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#1756: Sarah J. Bloom on behalf of Willa Cather to E. K. Brown, March 30, 1947

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Dear Mr. Brown1:

The dictation of the enclosed letter3 was interrupted and Miss Cather hurried out of town2 without finishing it. I have held the letter for her signature, but think it should not be delayed any longer. Your letter is on Miss Cather's desk, and you will hear from her very soon about future plans, etc.

Very truly yours, Sarah J. Bloom4