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#2442: Willa Cather to Max M. Breslow, December 1 [1943]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ Dear Mr. Breslow;1

I inclose check for a dollar—75¢ is an awkward check to write.—Credit me on my next purchase.

I am so glad you like Greenslet's3 book4. I knew so many of the persons he mentions, both in Boston5 and London6, that it recalled many pleasant hours.

Yours sincerely Willa Cather And the saint asked for a bill with every delivery
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M. M. Breslow1 Bible House Fourth Ave. & 9th St New York 32 NEW YORK, N. Y.2 DEC 2 1943 1030 AM