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#2114: Sarah J. Bloom on behalf of Willa Cather to Roscoe Cather, [March 14, 1935]

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Alexander Woollcott4 will serenade5 Miss Cather from Chicago6 over Station WABC, on Sunday evening, March 17th, at 7 o'clock Eastern time. I am notifying three or four of her old friends who, I think, might be interested to listen in. Miss Cather, herself, is just recovering from an illness7 and is not writing any letters just now.

Sarah J. Bloom8 Secretary to Willa Cather
Mr. R. C. Cather1, 1225 S. Center Street, Casper,3 Wyoming. NEW YORK N. Y. HUDSON TERM. ANNEX2 MAR 14 1935 7 PM