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#2532: Willa Cather to Franklin Spier, August 18 [1922]

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Dear Mr. Spier1:

Will you please send the enclosed note and check to Romeike3? I have asked him to send poem cuttings4 in care of your office for the present, as second class mail is not forwarded.

Will you please see that they are sent on to me, as you will always have my latest address? As they come in file them away in your desk somewhere, and when you have a dozen or so, send them along to me in one envelope.

Did you get the snap shots5 I sent you? I will soon have more, if you want them.

You have a nice lot of blue stationary, like your office paper, put away for me somewhere, haven't you? I don't want it now, but I shall need it when I get back to town6, and this is to remind you in case you've not had it stamped yet.

Cordially yours Willa Cather