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#1818: Willa Cather to [Harold Mason], July 10, 1922

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220 WEST FORTY-SECOND STREET⬩TELEPHONE BRYANT 4786⬩CABLES "KNOPF NEW YORK" Centaur Book Shop3 1224 Chancellor Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania4 Dear Sirs1,

I will be very glad to look over the matter you have collected for bibliography. Better send a letter in advance, however, as I will be out of town and such material is not easily forwarded. THE BOHEMIAN GIRL5 has never been published in book form but is only obtainable in the issue of McClure's6 I told you of. It will be published in book form a year from this autumn.7

Very cordially yours, Willa Cather