[Letters, chiefly from Willa Cather to Louise Guerber, later Louise Burroughs]. [1925-1960]


Cather, Willa, 1873-1947. [Letters, chiefly from Willa Cather to Louise Guerber, later Louise Burroughs].

[Letters, chiefly from Willa Cather to Louise Guerber, later Louise Burroughs]. [1925-1960]

96 letters, chiefly from Willa Cather to Louise Guerber Burroughs (with Burroughs's occasional penciled notes in margin), 1925-1946, as well as letters from Burroughs and 10 others.

2 boxes (.75 cubic ft.)

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