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#3331: Edith Lewis Summary of Letter From Willa Cather to Alice E. Dailey Goudy, February 23, 1909

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Washington Place3. Plans for Mrs. Goudy1's coming to New York.

Had been home for some months. Judge McClung4 slowly dying—Miss Jewett5 ill in Boston6 after a stroke. Had visited her in preceding November. Had been to see her "last week". Now editor of McClures.7