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#2265: Willa Cather to Meta Schaper Cather, February 20, 1937

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Dear M[illegible]eta1:

Roscoe3 may still be in the far west, in which case I beg a favor of you. If a package or any letters, addressed to me, come to you from the enclosed address, please forward4 them to me. This George Seibertl5 is a Pittsburgh6 editor, and is one of the most persistent and tormenting of all my many curses.

Hastily, but with love to you all, Willa