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#2642: Willa Cather to Alfred A. Knopf, September 14 [1931]

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GMS[?] 9/18/31 Dear Alfred1;

Certainly3, if the picture wrapper4 seems to be popular, use it. I don’t dislike it.

Speaking of jackets, will you please have some one in the office make a polite reply to the enclosed letter from Professor O’Ryan5? There might be something good for a jacket from among his brother’s sketches of Quebec6,- something from which a poster drawing could be made.

I am delighted that you like7 the two stories8. You must be thinking about a title for that volume9 for me.

I shall be here2 until the first of October, and will let you know the exact date of my departure later. I rush this note off to catch our seldom-going boat.

FaithfullyWilla Cather