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Table of Contents & Index

Table of Contents & Index

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

This Table of Contents for the Willa Cather Review was compiled by Virgil and Dolores Albertini. A tool for researchers and scholars, the Table of Contents provides easy access to specific articles and special features of each issue of the Review since its first publication in 1957. Simply use the Control + F function to search the document for individual words or phrases. Readers may also search by issue under the Issues tab, where individual tables of contents are listed with the corresponding issue in PDF format.


Summer 1957 to Current

1.1 
Summer 1957 
FIRST ISSUE 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Aims of the WCPM p. 1 
Staff p. 1 
Museum News and Donors p. 1 
Interesting Visitors p. 2 
Nebraska Activities and Publications p. 2 
Membership p. 2 
Reminders p. 2 
 
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1.2 
Fall 1957 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Staff Activities p. 1 
Museum News p. 1 
New Members p. 1 
Societies p. 2 
Publications p. 2 
Donors p. 3 
The Register p. 4 
Carrie Miner Sherwood Profile p. 5 
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2.1 
Spring 1958 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 
Officers and Board of Governors p. 1 
Staff Activities p. 2 
Contributors p. 2 
Mail Bag p. 3 
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2.2 
Fall 1958 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

Officers and Board of Governors p. 1 
Aims p. 1 
Museum Notes and Visitors p. 1 
Staff Activities p. 1 
Publications p. 2 
Gifts and Mail Bag p. 2 
Future Plans p. 2 
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3.1 
Spring 1959 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett

Officers and Board of Governors p. 1 
Aims p. 1 
Progress Report and Building Fund News p. 1 
Publications p. 2 
Pittsburgh p. 2 
Family Tree p. 2 
Future Plans p. 2 
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3.2 
Fall 1959 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett

Progress Report and Aims p. 1 
Staff Activities p. 1 
Mailing List p. 1 
Mail Bag p. 2 
Visitors p. 2 
Visual Aid p. 2 
Future Plans p. 2 
Board of Governors p. 2 
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4.1 
Spring 1960 
Editor: Mildred Bennett 

Progress Report p. 1 
Financial Report p. 2 
Plans for the Future p. 2 
Board of Governors p. 2 
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4.2 
Fall 1960 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Progress Report p. 1 
Plans for the Future p. 2 
Board of Governors p. 2 
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5.1 
Spring 1961
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Letter to Supporters p. 1 
Financial Report p. 1 
Proposed Budget for 1961 p. 3 
Plans for the Future p. 3 
Board of Governors p. 3 
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5.2 
Fall 1961 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Progress Report p. 1 
Plans for the Future p. 2 
Board of Governors p. 2 
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6.1 
Spring 1962 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Progress Report— 1961 p. 1 
Notes on the Financial Report p. 1 
Service by Volunteers p. 1 
Restoration Attracts National Attention p. 1 
Notable Comments p. 2 
WCPM Progress— 1962 p. 2 
Cather in Hall of Fame p. 2 
Future Plans and Spring Activities p. 2 
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6.2 
Fall 1962
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE: Willa Cather Museum Dedication 
Author: John G. Neihardt p. 1

Report of Museum Dedication and Spring Conference p. 1 
Progress Report p. 2 
Donations and Museum Influence p. 2 
Cather House Restoration Fund p. 2 
Essay Contest and Student Interest p. 3 
Scholars and Authors and National Coverage p. 3 
Portrait Bust of Cather p. 4 
Mailing of Newsletter p. 4 
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7.1 
Spring 1963 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Progress Report p. 1 
Search for Walking Plows p. 1 
Scholarships p. 1 
Willa Cather Museum--New Displays p. 1 
New Equipment Renovation p. 2 
Research Center p. 2 
Interest in Cather p. 2 
Willa Cather Merit Badge Girl Scouts p. 3 
President's Activities p. 3 
Financial Report and Spring Activities p. 3 
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7.2 
Fall 1963 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Contributions p. 1 
Visitors and Volunteers p. 1 
Education and Archives p. 1 
Museum Associations p. 2 
Interest in Cather p. 2 
Willa Cather Honored p. 2 
Walking Plows as Permanent Markers p. 3 
Scholarships p. 3 
1963 Progress and plans for the Future p. 3 
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8.1 
Spring 1964
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Progress Report p. 1 
First Foreign Charter (Japan) by WCPM p. 1 
Don Connors teaches a new course offering at UCLA p. 1 
Cather Interest in Nebraska and New York p. 1 
Student Activities p. 2 
Plows and Scholarships p. 2 
Museum and Contributions p. 2 
Expanded Schedule p. 3 
Plans for the Future and Spring Conference p. 3 
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8.2 
Fall 1964 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Aim and Interpretation of Catherland p. 1 
Plow is a Symbol of Cather Museum p. 1 
Notable Publications and Widespread Interest p. 2 
1964 Spring Conference p. 3 
Relatives and Death of Elsie Cather p. 3 
Growth of Scholarship Fund and Essay Contest p. 3 
Museum and Archives p. 3 
Progress and Maintenance p. 4 
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9.1 
Spring 1965 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE: Ten Years of Progress 
Author: None listed p. 1

Museum and Archives p. 1 
Image of Wick Cutter Catherland Sign p. 1 
Aims of the Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial p. 1 
Places Made Famous by Willa Cather p. 2 
World Wide Interest in Willa Cather p. 3 
10th Anniversary of Foundation p. 3 
Future Event with John G. Neihardt p. 4 
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9.2 
Fall 1965 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Tenth Anniversary Progress Report p. 1 
Places Made Famous by Willa Cather p. 1 
WCPM Museum and Archives p. 2 
Programs for Young People p. 3 
World Wide Interest and Publications about Willa Cather p. 3 
Looking to the Future p. 3 
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10.1 
Spring 1966 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Places Made Famous by Willa Cather: the Home and the Depot p. 1 
Educational Programs p. 2 
World Wide Interest in Cather p. 3 
Annual Conference p. 4 
Acknowledgements p. 4 
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10.2 
Fall 1966
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Catherland Marker Dedication p. 1 
National Award p. 1 
Catherland Tours p. 2 
Restoration Projects-Cather House, the Depot p. 2 
Death of James Cather p. 2 
Interest in Willa Cather p. 3 
Tributes to Cather p. 3 
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11.1 
Spring 1967
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Title: Prototypes of Characters in My Ántonia Recognized at Spring Banquet 
AUTHOR: Victor P. Hass p. 1 

Also in this issue: 

Cather Foundation Conference p. 1 
Spring Invasion and Tourism p. 2 
Restoration to Original Condition-Burlington Depot and the Catholic Church p. 2 
Willa Cather and Music p. 3 
New Publications about Cather p. 3 
Expense Account— Preservations and Restoration p. 3 
Dedication of Cather Childhood Home p. 3 
Gifts p. 4 
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11.2 
Fall 1967 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

"Are you Sleeping, Little Brother?" Poem by Willa Cather to Brother Jack (age 8) p. 1 
Cather Home Open for Visitors p. 1 
A Tour of the Cather House p. 2 
Foreign Visitors p. 3 
Publications p. 3 
Annual Conference, Educational Program and Acknowledgements p. 4 
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12.1 
Spring 1968 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

An Original Manuscript--Poem by Cather for Elsie p. 1 
Acknowledgement of Gifts p. 1 
Spring Conference--1968 p. 2 
Essay Contest p. 2 
Tour of the Museum Building p. 3 
Publicity and Thank You p. 4 
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12.2 
Fall 1968 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE:  Evil, Vision, and Artistic Purity: The Existential Implications of Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Edward R. Johnson p. 1 

TITLE:  To Perpetuate an Interest Throughout the World p. 1 

WCPM Museum and Archives p. 1 
Death of Jessica Cather Auld p. 2 
Places Made Famous by Willa Cather p. 2 
World Wide Interest in Willa Cather p. 3 
Anniversary Celebration p. 3 
Future Event--John Neihardt p. 4 
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13.1 
Spring 1969
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Photos of the Dioramas for "The Sculptor's Funeral" and A Lost Lady p. 1 
New Sound Installation--Museum p. 1 
Spring Conference--1969 p. 2 
Antique Collector--Helen Obitz p. 2 
Gifts Received p. 2 
Financial Report for 1968 p. 3 
Increased Interest in Willa Cather and Letters p. 3 
Professional Organizations p. 4 
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13.2 
Fall 1969 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Two Restoration Projects— Catholic Church and the Depot p. 1 
Additions and Gifts p. 2 
Increased Interest in Cather p. 2 
Important Discovery of Cather Manuscript p. 2 
Plans for the Future p. 2 
1970 Spring Conference p. 3 
Fourteen Years of Progress p. 3 
Commemorative Cather Stamp p. 3 
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14.1 
Spring 1970 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE: Memories of Cather Abound for Centenarian— Carrie Miner Sherwood 
AUTHOR: Tom Allan p. 1 

Spring Conference--1970 p. 1 
Poem by Dan Jaffe to Cather p. 1 
The Depot, Catholic Church and Episcopal Church p. 2 
Attention Librarians p. 2 
Financial Report p. 3 
Gifts Received p. 3 
Increased Interest in Cather--High School and College p. 3 
Notice of Board Member Grace Wolfe's Death p. 3 
Commemorative Stamp p. 4 
Fifteen Years of Progress p. 4 
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14.2 
Fall 1970
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Dedication Ceremonies--Depot and Catholic Church p. 1 
Corrections p. 1 
Publications p. 2 
Increasing Interest in Cather p. 3 
Board of Governors p. 3 
Taxes p. 4 
1971 Spring Conference p. 4 
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15.1 
Spring 1971
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Artifacts--the Turkish Doll p. 1 
New in the Museum p. 1 
Restoration-Grace Episcopal Church p. 2 
Increasing Interest in Cather p. 2 
Notice of Irene Miner Weisz's Death p. 2 
1970 Financial Report p. 2 
1971 Spring Conference p. 3 
Red Cloud's 100th Birthday p. 4 
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15.2 
Fall 1971
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Meetings in Catherland--Cather Day p. 1 
Western Literature Association p. 1 
Nebraska Historical Society p. 1 
Spring Conference--1971 p. 1 
What Others Say About Us p. 1 
New picture of Cather p. 2 
Restoration— Grace Episcopal Church p. 2 
New in the Museum p. 3 
Looking Forward to 1973: Commemorative Stamp p. 3 
New Law p. 3 
Letters from Our Friends p. 3 
Spring Conference--1972 p. 4 
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16.1 
Winter 1972
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Cather Horne Named National Landmark p. 1 
What's New p. 1 
Finances: Woods Grant p. 1 
Financial Report p. 2 
Notice of Board Member Dr. L.V. Jacks' Death p. 2 
Spring Conference 1972 p. 2 
Increasing Interest in Willa Cather p. 3 
Notice of Carrie Miner Sherwood's Death p. 3 
Looking Forward to 1973: Commemorative Stamp p. 3 
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16.2 
Spring 1972 
LITERARY ISSUE
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: Willa Cather Reviews a Bad Western (from the Pittsburgh Leader, 1897) p. 1 
AUTHOR: Willa Cather 

TITLE: Great Forking Trees (from a 1921 Cather Interview in the Lincoln State Journal) p. 2 

TITLE: O Pioneers! An Early Nebraska Review, August 13, 1913 
AUTHOR: Celia Harris (from the Lincoln Sunday State Journal) p. 2 
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16.3 
Summer 1972 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE: Willa Cather: Pittsburgh Critic (Four Play Reviews from the Pittsburgh Leader) p. 1 

"An American Citizen" p. 1 
"Nethersole's Carmen" p. 2 
"John Drew in 'Rosemary'" p. 2 
"Mansfield's 'Shylock"' p. 3 

TITLE: O Pioneers! in London: A Review from 1913 
AUTHOR: Richard King p. 3 

TITLE: Books and Magazines 
AUTHOR: Bertha Torrence p. 4 
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16.4 
Winter 1972 
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Pioneer Landmark Saved--the Dane Church p. 1 
Gifts p. 1 
Death Notice of Edith Lewis p. 2 
1973--Cather Centennial Year, Cather Stamp p. 2 
Increasing Interest in Cather p. 2 
Picture of Mildred Bennett Accepting the Ak-Sar-Ben Western Hall of Fame Award p. 3 
Visitors p. 3 
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17.1 
Winter 1973 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: Early Reviews of My Ántonia p. 1 

TITLE: Views of Childhood--Book Review by Cather in Pittsburgh Leader p. 3 

Also in this issue: Poem for Cather by Leonard Gilley, reprinted in 1966 Prairie Schooner p. 3 
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17.2 
Spring 1973
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE: "The Old Prairies" poem 
AUTHOR: Stephan Tennant p. 1 

Picture and description of Anna Sadilek Pavelka at 17 p. 1 
Willa Cather Centennial Festival p. 1 
Spring Conference— 1973 p. 2 
National Historic Landmark-Cather Home p. 2 
Four New Board Members: D. Connors, R. Borton, V. Borton, W. Mountford p. 3 
Death Notice for Mary Etta Blue p. 3 
Picture and description of Spring Conference Speaker--James Miller p. 3 
People, Places and Things: Gifts, Publications, etc... p. 3 
Celebration-the Pavelka Family p. 4 
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17.3 
Summer 1973 
LITERARY ISSUE
Editor: Bernice Slote 

The Willa Cather Stamp to be Issued p. 1 

TITLE: Storyteller for Children 
AUTHOR: Bernice Slote p. 1 

TITLE: "Wee Winkie's Wanderings" and "About Jim and Elsie" 
Reprints of Cather's Early Works p. 2 

TITLE: A Note on The White Bear Stories 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 4 
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17.4 
Fall 1973
Editor Miriam Mountford: 

Your WCPM Membership p. 1 
Cather Commemorative Stamp--First Day of Issue p. 1 
Willa Cather Centennial Festival--Events at UNL and Red Cloud p. 2 
Notice of Mrs. Roscoe Cather's Death p. 2 
The Memorial at Work p. 3 
Managing Director-Curator Joseph W. Emmons Employed p. 3 
Memorial Members at Work p. 3 
Aims of the WCPM p. 3 
Spring Conference 1974 p. 4 
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18.1 
Spring 1974 

TITLE: "A Tribute" 
AUTHOR: Cornelius Joseph Draves p. 1 

Spring Conference p. 1 
Congratulations to Bernice Slote p. 1 
International Cather Seminar with photo of Alfred A. Knopf p. 2 
Notice of Mrs. John Cather's Death p. 2 
Cather Happenings in Nebraska p. 2 
Menuhin Concert p. 3 
A Tribute and Poem by Cornelius Joseph Draves p. 3 
Publications of Interest p. 3 
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18.2 
Summer 1974 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: Excerpts from International Seminar (UNL) on the "Art of Willa Cather" 

From James Woodress p. 1 
From Aldo Celli p. 1 
From Michel Gervaud p. 2 
From James E. Miller, Jr. p. 2 
From Leon Edel p. 2 
From Donald Sutherland p. 3 
From Marcus Cunliffe p. 3 
From Hiroko Sato p. 3 
From Eudora Welty p. 4 
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18.3 
Fall 1974
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

20th Anniversary p. 1 
Willa Cather Memorial Prairie p. 1 
Menuhin Cather Tribute on National TV p. 1 
Memorial Members at Work p. 2 
The Memorial at Work, Publications of Interest, and Membership Drive p. 3 
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18.4 
Winter 1974 
Literary Issue 
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: The Themes That Bind--Obscure Destinies 
AUTHOR: Claire Mattern p. 1 

TITLE: "Two Friends" 
AUTHOR: Mona Pers p. 2 

TITLE: "Neighbour Rosicky" 
AUTHOR: Patricia Youngue p. 2 

TITLE:  On the Title--Obscure Destinies
AUTHOR: JoAnna Lathrop p. 3 

TITLE: The Expression of Loneliness 
AUTHOR: Jacquelynn S. Lewis p. 3 

English Reviews of Obscure Destinies p. 3 
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19.1 
Spring 1975 
TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

We Have Reached the 20th Anniversary Milestone (A Year by Year Summary) p.1 
20th Anniversary Spring Conference p. 3 
Publications p. 4 
Bicentennial Project p. 5 
Gifts Received p.5 
News from Friends p. 5 
Board of Governors Meeting p. 5 
Endowment Fund p. 6 
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19.2 
Summer 1975 
LITERARY ISSUE
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: Three Chautauqua Articles by Willa Cather p. 1 
"The Fourth at Crete" p. 1 
"At the Chautauqua" p. 2 
"Sunday at Crete" p. 2 

TITLE: On Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Beverly Bohlke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 3 
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19.3 
Fall 1975
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Willa Cather Memorial Prairie Marker Revealed p. 1 
WCPM Twentieth Anniversary Conference p. 1 
Bicentennial Grant Period Ends p. 2 
New to the Cather Collection p. 2 
Visitors p. 2 
Death Notice for Mrs. James Cather p. 2 
Board Meeting: Director Hired— JoAnna Lathrop p. 2 
Volunteers p. 3 
1976 Conference Theme p. 2 
Cather TV Special Filmed p. 2 
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19.4 
Winter 1975-76 
LITERARY ISSUE
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: "The Hills of Sleep" An Unpublished Poem by Cather p. 1 

TITLE: On One of Ours 
AUTHOR: JoAnna Lathrop p. 1 

TITLE: Something That Endures 
AUTHOR: Sister Lucy Schneider, Marymount College of Kansas p. 2 

TITLE: From a 1922 Review of One of Ours 
AUTHOR: Burton Rascoe (New York Tribune) p. 4 

Also in this issue: 

Two photographs by Lucia Woods p. 2 
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20.1 
Spring 1976
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Spring Conference Theme is One of Ours p. 1 
Pittsburgh Circle Meets p. 1 
Ántonia House Deeded to WCPM p. 1 
AASLH Consultant Visits Museum p. 2 
Red Cloud Invites WCPM Members to Ceremony p. 3 
Spring Conference Schedule p. 3 
Willa Cather's Birthday Celebrated p. 4 
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20.2 
Summer 1976 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: Five 1894 Reviews by Willa Cather p. 1 

Of "The Count of Monte Cristo" p. 1 
Of "The Love Chase" p. 2 
Of "The Ensign" p. 2 
Of "Hermann the Magician" p. 3 
Of "The Chimes of Normandy" p. 3 

Also in this issue: 

Photo of Cather as the Journal Critic p. 1 
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20.3 
Fall 1976
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Museum Areas Interchanged, Remodeled p. 1 
Helen Obitz Honored at Spring Conference (with picture) p. 1 
Cather Birthday Open House to Be Held p. 1 
Gifts and Contributions p. 2 
Happenings p. 3 
Cather Garden Dedicated p. 3 
New Signs Placed on Country Roads p. 4 
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20.4 
Winter 1976-77
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

Twenty-Second Annual Conference— Theme: Death Comes for the Archbishop p. I 
Volunteers Help Restore Ántonia Farmhouse--with pictures of Elizabeth Boyd, 
Annie Pavelka's Daughter p. 2 
Musical is Based on Cather Short Story--"Eric Hermannson's Soul" p. 2 
College Class Meets in WCPM Museum p. 3 
Spring Conference Schedule p. 3 
Volunteers Honored at December 7 Open House p. 4 
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21.1 
Spring 1977 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: On Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: L. Brent Bohlke p. 1-2 

TITLE: On the Title 
AUTHOR: JoAnna Lathrop p. 2 

TITLE: Water Imagery in Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 3 

TITLE: Studies of Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Charlotte S. McClure, Georgia State University, Atlanta p. 4 

Other items 
Photos by Lucia Woods p. 2 
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21.2 
Summer 1977
Editor: Miriam Mountford 

TITLE: Plans for the Future 
AUTHOR: Miriam Mountford p. 1 

Outstanding Spring Conference (Showing of "Into the Morning: Willa Cather's America") p. 1 

Spring Conference Highlights p. 2 

TITLE: Lucia Woods' Visit with Irene Rich 
AUTHOR: Lucia Woods p. 2 

Photograph Exhibits p. 3 
New Board Officers and Bequests to the Foundation p. 3 
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21.3 
Fall 1977 LITERARY ISSUE
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: The Willa Cather Bibliography 
AUTHOR: Virginia Faulkner p. 1 

TITLE: Early Pittsburgh Reviews (1896-97) 
"The Hollands at the Grand" p. 2 
"It Lacks Continuity" p. 2 
"Beautiful Anna Held" p. 3 
"Otis Skinner at the Grand" p. 3 

TITLE: Sources and "Tom Outland's Story" 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 4 
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21.4 
Winter 1977-78 
Editor: Ann Billesbach 

Spring Conference Schedule; The Matinee and Theme for The Troll Garden p. 1 
Curator Ann E. Billesbach Appointed p. 1 
Conference Banquet, Tom Allan emcee p. 2 
Linda Phillips and Fritz Mountford performing artists p. 2 
Roger Welsch speaker p. 2 
Pavelka House Nominated for National Register of Historic Places p. 2 
N.H.H.S. Merger-- March 10, 1978 p. 3 
WCPM in N.Y. Times p. 3 
Mass Vestment Donated p. 3 
Watkins' Book Includes Cather p. 4 
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22.1 
Spring 1978 
Editor: Ann Billesbach 

Spring Conference 1978 p. 1 
Fifty-nine people recognized and honored p. 1 
Nature Conservancy p. 1 
Cather Family Photographs p. 2 
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22.2 
FALL 1978
Editor: Bonita English 

Fall Promises New Growth for WCPM p. 1 
Photograph showing the NE State Historical Society receiving key for property acquisition p. 1 
Exhibit at Depot--Mel Schwartz's watercolors and Solomon Butcher's photographs p. 2 
On the Scene... Catherland p. 2 
Bequests Received p. 2 
Cather Eligible for Arts Medallion and WCPM Receives Nomination p. 3 
Memorial Archives Need Continual Update p. 3 
Conference Theme--Shadows on the Rock p. 3 
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22.3 and 22.4 
1978 
(MAKEUP LITERARY NEWSLETTER)
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: Captured Shadows 
AUTHOR: Walter Wright p. 1 

TITLE: "The Ordered Home: The Secondary Characters' Purpose 
in Shadows on the Rock” 
AUTHOR: Donna Dunbar-Odom p. 2 

The Prix Femina Americain Award from 1932 for Shadows p. 5 

Two Early Reviews of Shadows on the Rock p. 6 
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23.1 
Spring 1979
Editor: Bonita English 

Shadows on the Rock--Conference Schedule p. 1 
Photograph of Bishop Francois Laval p. 1 
Banquet Promises Variety p. 2 
"Passing Show" Panelists Invite Shared Responses p. 2 
On the Scene p. 2 
Commemorative Series Include Ten; Mark Twain and Willa Cather Are Second p. 3 
UNL Arts Combine for Musical Drama: "Out to the Wind" Springs from Cather's "Eric" p. 3 
Cather Memorial Prairie is Setting for Workshop p. 4 
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23.2 
Summer 1979 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Bernice Slote 

TITLE: A New Review (Cather) 
AUTHOR: Bernice Slote p. 1 

TITLE: Pittsburgh Orchestra 
AUTHOR: Willa Cather (signed Sibert, 1897) p. 1 

TITLE: Mary Austin and Willa Cather 
Author: David Stouck p. 2 

The Cather Bookshelf p. 3 

Television, Robert Knoll's "The Humanities and the Gift of Sight" p. 4 
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23.3 
Fall 1979
Editor: Bonita English 

TITLE : Grand Opening Slated for December 9— the Foundation's New Office Center p. 1 

TITLE: A Note on Willa Cather and Flaubert 
AUTHOR: J. Michel Gervaud p. 2 

Spring 1980 Conference Will Move Back to Catherland p. 3 
WCPM and Mildred Bennett Among Ten to Receive Awards p. 4 
Through Cather Dimension Two Focus on Past-Present (Knoll and Favorini) p. 4 
Gifts to WCPM p. 4 
On the Scene p. 5 
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23.4 
1979 (MAKE-UP)
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Virginia: 1873-1883, by Mildred R. Bennett p. 1 
Noted Author, Editor Virginia Faulkner Dies p. 2 
Ántonia's Son Emil Dies p. 3 
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24.1 
Spring 1980
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

Photo and Description of A.L. Rowse p. 1 
A.L. Rowse and Lucy Here for May 3; 1980 Conference Is Silver p. 1 
Conference Schedule p. 1 
A Cornish Childhood p. 2 
Gallery Holds "Feelings": Four Lucy Gayheart Paintings by John Bergers p. 2 
TITLE: "Candle-Lit Rooms Full of Flowers," by Terrence O'Flaherty p. 3 
WCPM: "'Avenue for Values" with photos for the new headquarters p. 3 
Plans for Spring and Summer p. 4 
Lucy Gayheart picture from 1935 Women's Horne Companion p. 4 
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24.2 and 24.3 
Summer 1980
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: May Conference Speaker--Internationally Famous A.L. Rowse 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 1 

TITLE: Editor's Note 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 1 

TITLE: A Thought on Why Japanese Love Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Dr. Harue Tawarada p. 2 

TITLE: A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary: An Epilogue 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini p. 4 

Also in this issue: 

Summer Art Workshop p. 2 
Cather Graduate Seminar in 1981 p. 4 
Lucy Gayheart Panel at Conference p. 5 
Cather Prairie Burned p. 5 
Willa Cather State Historical Center p. 6 
Much Ado about Kolache--Regarding Dolores Albertini p. 6 
Landscaping at the Episcopal Church and Photo of Linden Tree p. 7 
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24.4 
Winter 1980 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Cather for International Understanding: First Contact with Peoples Republic of China 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 1 

The Prairie Workshop p. 1 

TITLE: Japanese Teacher Visits Red Cloud, Her Dream Fulfilled 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 1 

TITLE: Review: Sapphira and the Slave Girl (1940) 
AUTHOR: Dorothy Canfield Fisher p. 3 
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25.1 
Spring 1981
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

Hear Maya Angelou in Person May 2nd in Red Cloud p. 1 
In Memoriam Frank H. Woods 1905-1980 p. 1 
Conference Notes p. 2 
Michel Gervaud Writes from France p. 2 
International Notes p. 3 
Books by Maya Angelou p. 3 
Make Your May 2nd Spring Conference Tickets Reservations Early p. 4 
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25.2 and 25.3 
Spring 1981 
LITERARY ISSUE
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Virginia 1873-1883 (Continued from Vol. 23, No.4) 
Photograph of Sheep Barn at Willow Shade included 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 5 
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25.4 
Summer 1981 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: A Visit to Catherland 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 11 

TITLE: What the 1981 Conference Meant to Me 
AUTHOR: Beverly J. Cooper p. 12 

TITLE: A Chinese Reader's Views on Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: L.C. Chang, Shanghai, China p. 14 

TITLE: Inspired by Virgil 4 
AUTHOR: Virginia Frazier, Central High School, St, Joseph, MO p. 14 

TITLE: Report on Willa Cather and Nebraska: A National Conference 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 15 

TITLE: Bergers' Paintings 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 16 

Also in this issue: 

Photograph of Maya Angelou by John E. Carter and Governor and Mrs. Charles Thone p. 11 
Virginia University Gets Cather Manuscript p. 17 
Letter from Conference Participant, Mary Hambly p. 17 
British Vogue Uses Cather Country Settings p. 17 
Achievements Award for Mildred R. Bennett from Union College p. 17 
Thones Attend Spring Conference p. 18 
John J. Murphy Publishes a Teacher's Guide to O Pioneers! and My Ántonia p. 18 
________________________________________________________________________________

25.5 
Winter 1981 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Review of Marion Marsh Brown's and Ruth Crone's One Point of the Compass: Willa Cather in the Northeast (1980) 
AUTHOR: Michel Gervaud p. 19 

TITLE: "Ah, God! the Swift Feet of the Runners" (Poem) 
AUTHOR: Ronald Butler p. 20 

TITLE: Warpoem upon Reading Willa Cather's One of Ours
AUTHOR: Richard F. Fleck p. 21 

TITLE: Grant Reynard 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 21 

TITLE: News from the Center 
AUTHOR: Ann Billesbach p. 21 

TITLE: Nomination of Willa Cather for Women's Hall of Fame 
AUTHOR: Otis Rhea Schmidt p. 22 

Also in this issue: 

Carnegie Hall in Pittsburgh p. 22 
"Nebraska," Lithograph by Grant Reynard for Mildred R. Bennett p. 23 
1982 Spring Conference p. 24 
________________________________________________________________________________

26.1 
1982 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Mildred Bennett 

TITLE: The Encounter of Miss S.S. with a Provencal Sauvage 
AUTHOR: Michel Gervaud p. 1 

TITLE: Avignon Today p. 4 

TITLE: The Studio of Auguste Chabaud 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 7 

TITLE: Cottonwoods in Africa 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 7 

TITLE: Cather in Vogue
AUTHOR: Tom Allan p. 8 
________________________________________________________________________________

26.2 
Spring 1982 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Frederick Manfred Return to Catherland 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 9 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Prairie: Through the Camera's Eye p. 11 

Also in this issue: 

A Lost Lady, book for upcoming conference p. 10 
Mildred R. Bennett speaks to high school literature and writing classes p. 10 
Conference Schedule p. 10 
Mildred R. Bennett visits with Yukiko Yukawa on trip to Los Angeles p. 11 
Ham radio operators coming for spring conference p. 11 
Omaha World Herald sponsors photographic art contest with contestants p. 11 
Greetings from Mieko Hamaya Kawagoe p. 11 
April issue of Western American Literature honors Willa Cather on every page p. 11 
February issue of Nebraskaland features colored photos of John Bergers' Cather paintings p. 11 
July issue of National Geographic contains article and photos of Catherland p. 11 
Mildred Bennett visits writing classes at Lorna Linda University at Riverside, California p. 11 
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26.3 
Summer 1982 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Catherland Revisited: Prairie May Day 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 13 

TITLE: Willa Cather: "More Dawns Than Sunsets" 
AUTHOR: Robert J. White p. 15 

Second National Willa Cather Seminar will be held in Hastings, Nebraska p. 16 
Letter from Harue Tawarada p. 16 
Willa Cather featured in National Geographic p. 16 
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26.4 
Winter 1982 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather Week at Union College 
AUTHOR: Deborah Leonard-Lethbridge p. 17 

WLA Meets in Denver p. 18 

TITLE: In Pursuit of Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 19 

TITLE: A Great Plains Center Tribute to Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 20 

Also in this issue: 

2nd National Seminar on Willa Cather p. 18 
Helen Stauffer's new book on Mari Sandoz available p. 19 
Great Plains Quarterly presents: Willa Cather and Nebraska p. 21 
Mildred R. Bennett gives Willa Cather presentation to Utile Dulci Club in Atkinson, Nebraska p. 21 
Mildred R. Bennett speaks about Cather at a luncheon in North Platte at the Country Club p. 21 
James Cather visits Red Cloud p. 21 
Mary Virginia Mellen dies on August 9, 1982 p. 21 
Willa Cather bibliography by Joan Crane available p. 22 
________________________________________________________________________________

27.1 and 27.2 
LITERARY ISSUE 1983 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Grace Church, Red Cloud--A "True Story" of the Midwest 
AUTHOR: L. Brent Bohlke p. 1 
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27.3 
Spring 1983 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

28th Annual Cather Spring Conference p. 13 
Cather Caravan Centennial p. 13 

TITLE: Homily Delivered at Services for Bernice Slote, February 14 1983 
AUTHOR L. Brent Bohlke p. 14 

Mildred R. Bennett wins Henry Fonda Nebraskan Award p. 15 
The Passing Show, chaired by Dr. Virgil Albertini p. 16 
Conference Schedule p. 16 
________________________________________________________________________________

27.4 
Winter 1983 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather Today: The Second National Seminar p. 17 

TITLE: Cather Conference 1983 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 18 

Prairie Workshop p. 19 
Mildred R. Bennett receives Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Andrews University p. 20 
________________________________________________________________________________

28.1 
1984 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather and China 
AUTHOR: L.C. Chang p. 1 

TITLE: Western Literature Association 1983 Annual Meeting 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 5 

Dolores Albertini and Kolache p. 5 
New paperback of Early Stories by Willa Cather (1957) issued by Dodd, Mead p. 6 
Three half hour sketches of Willa Cather broadcast by National Public Radio p. 6 
________________________________________________________________________________

28.2 
Spring 1984 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: 29th Annual Cather Spring Conference p. 7 

TITLE: A 1922 Published Cather Letter 
AUTHOR: Willa Cather p. 7 

TITLE: New in April...Willa Cather's Short Fiction p. 8 

TITLE: Cather Center Archives 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 8 

TITLE: A Further Report from Jean Tsien 
AUTHOR: Jean Tsien p. 9 

New issue of The Troll Garden published by University of Nebraska Press p. 7 
Robert Schuler is guest poet in Red Cloud p. 8 
Prairie Workshop p. 11 
East half of Willa Cather Memorial Prairie to be burned p. 11 
Family heirloom table donated to Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation p. 11 
Red Cloud opera singer Sarah "Sally" Arneson to sing at Spring Conference p. 11 
________________________________________________________________________________

28.3 
Summer 1984 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Children of Grace 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 13 

John J. Murphy Volume at Cather Book Shop p. 15 
WCPM announces 1985 trip to Europe p. 16 
________________________________________________________________________________

28.4 
WINTER 1984 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Catherana '84 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 17 

TITLE: Willa Cather: The Northeast Perspective 
AUTHOR: Kevin Synnott p. 18 

TITLE: "Winter Landscape" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Robert Schuler p. 19 

TITLE: WCPM 1985 Summer Tour to Willa Cather's France and England 
AUTHOR: John Campbell, Tour Coordinator p. 20 

TITLE: "Death Upon the Weary" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Nancy Owen Nelson p. 22 

Prairie Workshop p. 18 
Western Literature Association annual meeting p. 19 
Helen Obitz dies p. 19 
WCPM receives the Sower Award p. 20 
The Professor's House to be book for 1985 Spring Conference p. 20 
Correspondence from Jean Tsien p. 20 
Deaths of Maxine Jacks, Alfred A. Knopf, and Virginia Cather Brockway p. 21 
The Virginia Faulkner Collection p. 21 
Virgil Albertini to China p. 21 
Brent Bohlke at Bard College p. 21 
Historic Cather sites funded for rehabilitation p. 21 
________________________________________________________________________________

29.1 
Winter 1985 
LITERARY ISSUE 
EDITOR: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Willa Cather Daughter of Kings 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 1 

TITLE: "Nebraska Comfort" poem 
AUTHOR: Richard Fleck p. 1 

TITLE: Two Children of the Prairie 
AUTHOR: Michel Gervaud p. 2 

TITLE: Sinclair Lewis and "The Greatest American Novelist" 
AUTHOR: Martin Bucco p. 3 

TITLE: New Cather Letter Discovered 
AUTHOR: Mary Ruth Ryder p. 4 

TITLE: Western American Literary Criticism 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 4 

Also in this issue: 

Welded Women by Nancy Westerfield issued p. 4 
Great Plains Quarterly with eight articles from Second National Cather Seminar p. 5 
1916 Mesa Verde Essay p. 5 
Richard Fleck's books of poetry to Cather Foundation Library p. 5 
Chautauqua p. 5 
European Cather Tour p. 6 
________________________________________________________________________________

29.2 
Spring 1985 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Have You Read The Professor's House
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 7 

TITLE: Little Red Schoolhouse Donated to the Willa Cather Foundation 
AUTHOR: Torn Allan p. 8 

Also in this issue: 

Health problems prevent Dr. A.L. Rowse from attending 30th anniversary in Red Cloud p. 9 
Dr. Gayle Rhoads finds book belonging to Cather in used book store p. 9 
Panel for Cather Conference selected p. 9 
Special exhibit of Linda Lambrecht Stych's art at Spring Conference p. 9 
Out of the Past p. 10 
________________________________________________________________________________

29.3 
Summer 1985 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Memories of Willa Cather in Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: Helen Cather Southwick p. 11 

TITLE: The Professor's House: An Early Source 
AUTHOR: Bruce P. Baker II p. 13 

Other item-in this issue: Plans underway for 1986 national seminar p. 14 
________________________________________________________________________________

29.4 
Fall 1985 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Red Cloud: A Town and its Heritage 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 15 

TITLE: Following Cather in Europe p. 15 

Also in this issue: 

Charlie Dugdale dies in California p. 18 
Norma Ross Walter Scholarship Fund Established p. 19 
Prairie Workshop p. 19 
Childhood home of Willa Cather to be featured in November 1985 Architectural Digest p. 19 
James Work plans spring expedition to Acoma Pueblo p. 19 
Deborah J. Leonard teaches in China p. 19 
Mildred Bennett receives Mari Sandoz Award p. 20 
New overseas stamp honors Father Junipero Serra p. 20 
Upon his return from Europe, Don Connors visits Cather's Southwest p. 20 
________________________________________________________________________________

30.1 
Winter 1986
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

"Smithsonian World's" David McCullough Our Guest Speaker for the 1986 Spring Conference p. 1 
Cather Seminar Popular at B.Y.U. p. 1 
Walter Scholarship Available to Girl Graduates of Nebraska p. 2 
Willow Shade purchased p. 2 
John Campbell leads European trip retracing Willa Cather's trip of 1902 p. 2 
The Book Column from The New York Sun, Oct. 22, 1926 discusses My Mortal Enemy p. 2 
An interesting comparison taken from the book jacket of the 1926 edition of My Mortal Enemy p. 3 
Schedule of 31st annual spring conference p. 3 
Nebraska State Historical Society photo room will temporarily close p. 4 
________________________________________________________________________________

30.2 
Spring 1986 
LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Tracing Willa Cather's Nebraska: Red Cloud Preserves Memory 
AUTHOR: A.L. Rowse p. 5 

TITLE: Humorous Criticism of Cather's Work 
Author: Marilyn Arnold p. 5 

TITLE: "Ántonia's Garden" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Robert Schuler p. 10 

Also in this issue: 

Grant awarded to Ann E. Billesbach for study of literary biographical museums p. 8 
News from Cather's birthplace in Virginia p. 9 
Letter from Lo Chi Chang of Shanghai upon receiving Cather photos from Architectural Digest p. 9 
State historical marker for Willow Shade is approved p. 10 
________________________________________________________________________________

30.3 
Summer 1986 
SPECIAL LITERARY ISSUE 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: The Dantean Journey in Cather's My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 11 

TITLE: Nellie Birdseye 
AUTHOR: Merrill Skaggs p. 14 

TITLE: Myra's Marriage 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 16 

TITLE: Who Was Myra Henshawe? 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 19 

TITLE: Gems and Jewelry: Cather's Imagery in My Mortal Enemy 
Kathryn T. Stofer p. 19 

TITLE: The Fascinating Complexity of My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Jean Tsien p. 22 

TITLE: Cather's Published "Unpublished" Letters 
AUTHOR: Marilyn Arnold p. 25 

TITLE: The Language of Flowers in O Pioneers! 
AUTHOR: Cynthia K. Briggs p. 29 

TITLE: Jim Burden, Willa Cather and the Introduction to My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris p. 33 

TITLE: Willa Cather and the Nebraska Frontier 
AUTHOR: Michel Gervaud p. 35 

TITLE: "At the Grave of Willa Cather" poem 
AUTHOR: Ernest Kroll p. 37 

Also in this issue: 

Richard S. Shannon, daughter of Roscoe Cather dies p. 11 
First scholarly volumes to be produced p. 37 
________________________________________________________________________________

30.4 
Fall 1986 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: People and Ghosts in Catherland 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 39 

Also in this issue: 

1987 Spring Conference to feature Julie Harris as guest speaker p. 39 
1986 Prairie Workshop p. 41 
Cather posthumously inducted into National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center p. 41 
Richard C. Kistler publishes two books about railroads and southern Nebraska p. 41 
________________________________________________________________________________

31.1 
Winter 1987 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Featured Artist for 1987 Spring Conference: Julie Harris p. 1 

TITLE: Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Dedication of Garber Bank Building 
Author: John G. Neihardt p. 1 

TITLE: Guest Vocalist: Opera Singer Marshall Christensen p. 2 

Also in this issue: 

Review of Sharon O'Brien's Willa Cather: "The Emerging Voice" p. 2 
Willa Cather: "The World and the Parish" is theme for Third National Seminar p. 2 
Depot Exhibit is "Women at Work: Nebraska 1870-1940" p. 3 
Schedule of 32nd annual spring conference p. 3 
Excerpt from Nation 1920 book review of Youth and the Bright Medusa p. 4 
________________________________________________________________________________

31.2 
Summer 1987 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Cather Fans Gather in Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: Jackie Pfeifer p. 5 

TITLE: Reflections of the Third National Seminar 
AUTHOR: Elaine Sargent Apthorp p. 5 

TITLE: ''From O Pioneers!" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Greg John 

Also in this issue: 

Excerpt of letter from Patricia Sell p. 6 
Rev. Morris Cather of Gore, Virginia to give guided tours of that area p. 6 
With the Scholars... p. 8 
Board Members at the Third National Seminar... p. 8 
With WCPM ... p. 8 
News from Abroad ... p. 8 
Coming Attractions... p. 9 
Plans for Fourth National Seminar to be held in the Southwest in 1990 p. 9 
Cather interest in Russia: letter to Mildred Bennett from Donald Paneth p. 9 
Baptist Church to be given to WCPM p. 10 
________________________________________________________________________________

31.3 
Summer 1987 
SPECIAL LITERARY ISSUE 
Guest Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: "The colour of an adventure": Pictorial Dimensions in Cather's Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Kevin A. Synnott p. 11 

TITLE: Con-Quest or In-Quest? Cather's Mythic Impulse in Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Marilee Lindemann p. 15 

TITLE: The Howlett Basis of Vaillant and Latour's Friendship 
AUTHOR: Lance Larsen p. 18 

TITLE: Word Music in "The Ancient People," Part IV of The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Stephen Tatum p. 25 

TITLE: Shadows on the Rock and "To the Lighthouse"--A Bakhtinian Perspective 
AUTHOR: Joseph C. Murphy p. 31 

TITLE: "Paul's Case" in the High School Classroom 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 37 

TITLE: Cather's "Two Friends" as a Western "Out of the Cradle" 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 39 

TITLE: "In Rose Time'" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Willa Cather p. 41 

Also in this issue: 

John Bergers' paintings available as Christmas cards p. 41 
From the Guest Editor, John J. Murphy p. 42 
________________________________________________________________________________

31.4 
Fall 1987 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: The Scholarship of L. Brent Bohlke 
AUTHOR: Susan Rosowski p. 43 

Also in this issue: 

1988 marks 70th anniversary of publication of My Ántonia p. 43 
Folk Song for the Year of My Ántonia p. 45 
Four Cather letters received from Alice Woodbridge p. 46 
James Work calls for quotations from Death Comes for the Archbishop p.46 
Note of appreciation from Blanche Gelfant on tour of Red Cloud p. 46 
________________________________________________________________________________

32.1 
Winter 1988 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Operatic Artists Featured at 1988 Spring Conference p. 1 

TITLE: "White Waste My Ántonia" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Many-Ann Martin p. 5 

TITLE: What About Willa Cather in Italy? 
AUTHOR: Paolo Fantozzi p. 6 

Also in this issue: 

Tribute to My Ántonia by H. W. Boynton 1918 p. 2 
Music of Blind Tom and Blind Boone to be played by Karen Gullickson p. 2 
Update on Karen Hartmann, first winner of Norma Ross Walter Scholarship in 1987 p. 2 
Prairie Workshop p. 3 
Schedule for 33rd annual Spring Conference, May 7, 1988 p. 3 
Cather puzzle by Robert H. Kurth p. 4 
Fall Symposium at B.Y.U. p. 4 
Lynn Swanson presents Cather monologue at Geneva/Nebraska p. 5 
Dr. Virgil Albertini serves as Scholar for a Day at Humboldt, Nebraska High School p. 5 
Quilt exhibit to be held at Burlington Depot during Spring Conference p. 5 
________________________________________________________________________________

32.2 
Summer 1988 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Cather Day '88: Windblown But Worthy 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 7 

TITLE: "On Reading Willa Cather's O Pioneers!" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Adele Edwards p. 8 

Also in this issue: 

Kristin Guild is 1988 Norma Ross Walter Scholarship winner p. 7 
Prairie Workshop p. 8 
Cather Puzzle #2 by Robert H. Kurth p. 9 
Third Annual Poetry and Writing Festival on UNO campus announced p. 9 
1988 Spring Conference dedicated to the memory of Jennie Miner Reiher p. 10 
________________________________________________________________________________

32.3 
Fall 1988 
SPECIAL LITERARY ISSUE
Guest Editor: Jean Tsien 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Reputation in China 
AUTHOR: Jean Tsien p. 11 

TITLE: Art Lies in Appropriateness: Willa Cather's Mode of Expression in A Lost Lady 
AUTHOR: Dong Hengxum p. 15 

TITLE: Willa Cather, Tao Yuanming and Hiawatha 
AUTHOR: Li Wenjun p. 18 

TITLE: Account of the Peach Blossom Source 
AUTHOR: Tao Yuanming p. 20 

TITLE: Random Thoughts on Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Sun Jiaxin p. 21 

TITLE: I Love My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Zhou Weilin p. 23 

TITLE: Enduring Perfection: Reflections on the Beauty of Willa Cather's Representative Work, O Pioneers! 
AUTHOR: Zi Zhongyun p. 25 

TITLE: A Checklist of Publications on Willa Cather in China (1949-1986) 
AUTHOR: Qian Qing p. 27 

TITLE: Kronborg as Orpheus: A Tragic Dimension of The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Robert Henigan p. 28 

TITLE: The literary Endeavor of Willa Cather (As Inspired by Joan Crane's Bibliography) 
AUTHOR: Jack Collins p. 33 

Also in this issue: 

Original painting of Willa Cather by Gao Mang, China p. 13 
Chinese Contributors p. 28 
Ántonia Farm Home Restoration p. 37 
Beinecke Library at Yale University offers visiting fellowships p. 37 
________________________________________________________________________________

32.4 
Winter 1988 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Dinner Kicks Off Fund Drive (for Ántonia's home renovation) p. 39 

TITLE: Enthusiasm in New Jersey (Nancy Picchi's visit to Red Cloud) p. 39 

TITLE: Facts about Mr. and Mrs. Bentley's Death 
(Reprinted from the Commercial Advertiser, Monday, April 15, 1912) p. 42 

TITLE: "The Cather Question" (poem) 
AUTHOR: May Hutchinson p. 43 

Also in this issue: 

Fund-raising plans to be made for International Cultural Center in Red Cloud p. 41 
Cather inducted into National Women's Hall of Fame p. 41 
Willa Cather plaque found on country road near Great Bend p. 42 
Sayra Wagner purchases George Cather Home and moves there p. 44 
________________________________________________________________________________

33.1 
Spring 1989 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

Title: Dead Dogs at Homecoming: A Homeric Motif in My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Joan Wylie Hall p. 5 

Also in this issue: 

Michel Gervaud to be featured speaker for Spring Conference p. 1 
1922 Publisher's Advertisement for One of Ours (comments by Dorothy Canfield) p. 1 
World War I posters exhibited at Depot p. 1 
Ten New Cather Essays Available from WCPM Bookstore p. 1 
James Woodress receives 1st WCPM Annual Award p. 2 
Betty Jean Steinshouer gives Cather presentation to Red Cloud students p. 3 
Missing Cather plaque returned to UNL p. 4 
Marian Yost presents 1903 copy of "April Twilights" to Cather Foundation p. 4 
Two bequests from Fanny Butcher and Anne Marie Rehtees Loeslin p. 4 
Writer's Workshop instructed by James Work and Dorothy Minchin-Comm p. 4 
________________________________________________________________________________

33.2 
Summer 1989 
Editor: Mildred R. Bennett 

TITLE: Cather Day, 1989 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde p. 7 

TITLE: In Honor of All Veterans (Sermon given at 1989 Cather Conference) 
AUTHOR: Stephen Duaine Eldred p. 8 

TITLE: The Last Hour and Death of Lieut. G.P. Cather 
AUTHOR: Anne Taylor p. 10 

TITLE: The Tide Has Turned 
AUTHOR: Polly Duryea p. 11 

TITLE: "Cather Country" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Caryl Porter p. 11 

Other item in this issue: 

Lynn Lu is 1989 Norma Ross Walter Scholarship winner p. 8 
________________________________________________________________________________

33.3 
Fall 1989 
SPECIAL LITERARY ISSUE
Guest Editor: Ronald W. Butler 

TITLE: Edith Lewis Living 
AUTHOR: Patricia L. Yongue p. 12 

TITLE: Edith Lewis's Tall Tales of the Southwest 
AUTHOR: David Harrell p. 15 

TITLE: At the Feet of Willa Cather: A Personal Account of Edith Lewis as Protector 
AUTHOR: Mildred R. Bennett p. 19 

TITLE: "Aliens" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Edith L. Lewis p. 20 

TITLE: "At Morning" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Edith L. Lewis p. 21 

TITLE: Cather's One of Ours: A French Perspective 
AUTHOR: Michel Gervaud p. 22 

TITLE: Coming of Age and Domesticating Space in the Wilderness: Roberts's The Great Meadow and Cather's Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 26 

TITLE: Cather's A Lost Lady and Flaubert's Madame Bovary: Re-envisioning Romanticism 
AUTHOR: Linda M. Lewis p. 31 

TITLE: Sexual Imagery in Willa Cather's A Lost Lady 
AUTHOR: Ronald W. Butler p. 34 
________________________________________________________________________________

33.4 
Winter 1989 
MEMORIAL ISSUE FOR MILDRED R. BENNETT 
Editor: None listed 

TITLE: The Faces of Mildred (photographs) p. 40 

TITLE: The Woman in Black 
AUTHOR: Willa Cather (Hamilton Ormsbee) p. 44 

TITLE: "Mildred" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Heather V. Butler p. 46 
________________________________________________________________________________

34.1 
Spring 1990 

Eva Marie Saint and Jeff Hayden Featured Artists for 1990 Spring Conference p. 1 
Horsedrawn Street Car for 35th Spring Conference p. 1 
Cather Prairie Burns Naturally p. 2 
35th Annual Spring Conference (Schedule) p. 2 
Depot Exhibit photographs: T. Kuhn p. 3 
Scouts Give Childhood Home a Face Lift p. 3 
Notice of Death: Rev. Morris Cather Jr. p. 3 

TITLE: Review of My Ántonia: The Road Home by John J. Murphy 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 4 

TITLE: Book Review: Approaches to Teaching Cather's My Ántonia, S. Rowsowski Editor p. 4 

TITLE: A Review.... 
AUTHOR: Zoe Atkins (O Pioneers! Dec. 1914) p. 4 

Also in this issue: 

Notice of Memorial Mass for Mildred Bennett p. 1 
Call for Papers p. 2 
Visitors to Catherland p. 3 
Norma Ross Scholarship Applicants p. 6 
________________________________________________________________________________

34.2 
Summer 1990 

TITLE: Epitomes in New Mexico (N. Scott Momaday as Keynote Speaker for 4th National Seminar) 
AUTHOR: Polly Duryea University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 7 

O Pioneers! on Stage p. 10 
New Director Appointed Pat Phillips p. 11 
Report on the 35th Annual Spring Conference p. 11 
Kara Choquette Wins $8,000 Scholarship p. 12 

Also in this issue: 

Ads for Willa Cather Daily Diaries and Color Mural Prints of Cather Places 
________________________________________________________________________________

34.3 
Fall 1990 
LITERARY ANNUAL 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Death Comes for the Archbishop: A Map of Intersecting Worlds 
AUTHOR: Evelyn Haller, Doane College p. 15 

TITLE: Shadows on the Rock: Cather's Miracle Play 
AUTHOR: Merrill M. Skaggs, Drew University p. 21 

TITLE: The Passing of a Golden Age in Obscure Destinies 
AUTHOR: Kathleen A. Danker, South Dakota U. p. 24 

TITLE: "A World Above the World": Transcendence in Cather's Fiction 
AUTHOR: Steven P. Ryan S.J., U. of Texas-Austin p. 28 

TITLE: Works on Cather 1989-1990: A Bibliographical Essay 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini, Northwest Missouri State University p. 34 
________________________________________________________________________________

34.4 
Winter 1990-91 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: WCPM Receives Copy of One of Ours War Diary 
AUTHOR: Tom Allan, Omaha World Herald (12 Dec.1990) p. 39 

TITLE: Willa Cather's "Peter": From Anecdote to Narrative 
AUTHOR: Bruce Baker, University of Nebraska at Omaha p. 40 

TITLE: "One Woman's Heels" (a poem for M. Bennett) 
AUTHOR: Greg John p. 41 

TITLE: A Post-Santa Fe Connection (Sisters of St. Joseph) 
AUTHOR: Sister J. Adele Edwards, Mt. St. Mary's College, California p. 42 

TITLE: Brigham Young University's Willa Cather, A Major Collection of Essays (book review) 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Editor, Brigham Young University p. 43 

Also in this issue: 

WCPM News p. 42 
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35.1 
Spring 1991 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

O Pioneers! PBS Premiere May 17 p. 1 
O Pioneers! and the critics p. 1 
36th Annual Spring Conference Schedule p. 2 
Bennett TV Tribute to Introduce O Pioneers! (30 minute video production by Joel Geyer) p. 4 
Sherman Exhibit at Depot (exhibit of Life Magazine photographer David Sherman) p. 4 
Death Notice for Leo Pavelka (1903-1991) p. 4 
________________________________________________________________________________

35.2 
Summer 1991 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: "Awash with Success": 1991 Spring Conference 
AUTHOR: Herb Hyde, Lincoln Journal p. 5 

TITLE: Marion Forrester's "Fine Play-Acting" 
AUTHOR: Patricia Sell, South Bend, Indiana. p. 5 

TITLE: Cather Papers in Hartford, Washington, Paris 
AUTHOR: Constance Mierendorf, Minneapolis Community College p. 8 

TITLE: Keillor Plans Dec.7 Broadcast from Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: David Hendee, Omaha World Herald p. 9 

Also in this issue: 

Call for Papers for the American Literature Association (May 92) in San Diego p. 9 
Kara Martin Wins 1991 Norma Ross Walter Scholarship p. 9 
Cather at UNO Festival (First Nebraska Literature Festival, UNO, 28 Sept. 91) p. 10 
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35.3 
Fall 1991 
LITERARY ANNUAL 
Editor: Bruce Baker 

TITLE: Lyrical Measures: Cohesion and Sentence Endings in Cather Prose 
AUTHOR: Janet Giltrow and David Stouck, Simon Fraser University p. 11 

TITLE: Portraits of the Artist: Thea Kronborg and Margaret Laurence's Morag Gunn 
AUTHOR: Clara Thomas, York University, Ontario p. 15 

TITLE: The Apotheosis of Bishop Lamy: Local Faith Perspectives 
AUTHOR: Jerome J. Martinez y Alira, Archdiocese of Santa Fe p. 19 

TITLE: Mariology and Christology in Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Thomas M. Casey GSA, Merrimack College p. 22 

TITLE: On the Precipice of a Caesura: Death Comes for the Archbishop and Vatican II 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 25 

TITLE: Poverty As Myra's Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Zhongxiu He, Jilin University, China p. 29 

TITLE: Willa Cather in Japan: A Sequel 
AUTHOR: Hiriko Sato, Tokyo Women's Christian University p. 32 
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35.4 
Winter 1991-92 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ISSUE 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Works on Willa Cather: 1990-91: A Bibliographical Essay 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini, Northwest Missouri State University p. 35 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Poor Pitiful Professors 
AUTHOR: Marilyn Arnold, Brigham Young University p. 43 

TITLE: Meeting News: First Nebraska Literature Festival (Sept. 27-28, 1991) 
AUTHOR: Joanna Lloyd, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 47 

TITLE: Meeting News: Western Literature Conference (Oct. 3-5, 1991) Estes Park, CO 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth Turner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 47 

TITLE: Interview: O Pioneers! Director Glenn Jordan and Susan Rosowski p. 48 
AUTHOR: None listed 

TITLE: Death Notice: Dr. Wilbur K. Bennett 
(April 13, 1913 - Dec.7, 1991) p. 50 

Also in this issue: 

Opera House Accepted as Gift from Frank Morhart p.35 
Christmas Victorian Tea, PEG Tour of Cather Sites p.47 
Pavelka House Painted p.47 
Video for Sale: Singing Cather's Song p.47 
Request for Cather Edition: My Ántonia copies from 1920s and 30s p.47 
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36.1 
Spring 1992 
SPRING CONFERENCE NEWS 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: A Sense of Place 
AUTHOR: David E. Sherman p. 1 

TITLE: 1992 Spring Conference to star E.G. Marshall 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: 37th Annual spring Conference Schedule (May 2,1991) (Outline of events) p. 3 

TITLE: Garrison Keillor in Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: Polly Duryea, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 4 

TITLE: Obscure Destinies Roundtable to be led by NEJ Authors (Nebraska English Journal
AUTHOR: None listed p. 5 

TITLE: John Kunz to Sing at Banquet 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 5 

Also in this issue: 

New board members (M. Skaggs, R. Harwick) p. 5 
Original manuscripts donated to Harvard p. 5 
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36.2 
Summer 1992 
BIOGRAPHICAL MISCELLANEY 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: A Serious Pleasure: The Friendship of Willa Cather and Stephen Tennant 
AUTHOR: Phillip Hoare, London; Introduction: John Anders, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 7 

TITLE: Catheriana at the Bancroft (Bancroft Library at Berkeley, U of California) 
AUTHOR: Dennis Halac p. 10 

TITLE: Willa Cather and the Menuhin Connection 
AUTHOR: Polly Duryea, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 12 

TITLE: Willa Cather and Red Cloud: An Interview with Gertrude Schenck (Royal Hotel) 
AUTHOR: Janet Sharistanian, University of Kansas p. 15 

TITLE: I Heard of Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Ruth Webb (former student of Elsie Cather) Salem, Arkansas p. 20 

TITLE: Impressions of a Spring Conference 
Author: John Anders, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 20 

Also in this issue: 

Catherland News covers visitors from U. of Missouri; WCPM and NSHS members' reception p.19 
Upcoming Seminars p.21 
Notice of available books for sale p.22 
________________________________________________________________________________

36.3 
Fall 1992 
LITERARY ANNUAL 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Victorian Rules and Left Bank Rebellion: Willa Cather and Gertrude Stein 
AUTHOR: Patrick W. Shaw, Texas Tech. University p. 23 

TITLE: Tradition and the Woman Artist: James's The Tragic Muse and Cather's The Song of The Lark 
AUTHOR: Elsa Nettles, College of William and Mary p. 27 

TITLE: My Mortal Enemy: Willa Cather's Ballad of Exile 
AUTHOR: Laura Winters, College of St. Elizabeth p. 31 

TITLE: The Internal Gaze: "Coming Aphrodite!" and the Panopticon 
AUTHOR: Holly Messitt, Drew University p. 34 

TITLE: Painting "The Tricks that Shadows Play": Impressionism in Lucy Gayheart 
AUTHOR: Kevin A. Synott, The Sage Colleges p. 37 

TITLE: The Unreliable Narrator and Political Reality in "Two Friends" 
AUTHOR: Mark Sherf, Drew University p. 40 

TITLE: "I Too Am Untranslatable": Failings of Filming O Pioneers! 
AUTHOR: Cecilia Konchar Farr, Brigham Young University p. 43 

TITLE: In Roads Through the Desert: Willa Cather's Reception in Saudi Arabia 
AUTHOR: Asad AI-Ghalith, University of Kansas-Atchison p. 45 
________________________________________________________________________________

36.4 
Winter 1992-93 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ISSUE 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Works on Cather: Summer 1991 - Summer 1992: A Bibliographical Essay 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini, Northwest Missouri state University p. 47 

TITLE: Willa Cather and the Intimacy of Art, Or: In Defense of Privacy 
AUTHOR: Susan J. Rosowski, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 47 

TITLE: Cather Events in Red Cloud and Beyond 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 47 

Also in this issue: 

New publications p. 58 
Dr. Philip L. Southwick dies p. 60 
Elizabeth Pavelka Boyd dies p. 61 
Fifth International Seminar p. 61 
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37.1 
Spring 1993 
SEMINAR ISSUE 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: A Note on One of Ours 
AUTHOR: James Woodress, University of California - Davis p. 1 

TITLE: Cather News: Distinguished Scholars to Assemble at 5th International Cather Seminar 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: The Third Chapter of "Sampson Speaks to the Master" 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 1 

TITLE: News from Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 2 

TITLE: Report on 38th Annual Spring Conference 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 3 

TITLE: Some of His: Cather's Use of Dr. Sweeney's Diary in One of Ours 
AUTHOR: Rebecca J. Faber, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 5 

TITLE: Dutch Genre Painting and Sacramental Symbolism in Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: Trevor D. Packer, Brigham Young University p. 11 

TITLE: A Note from The Nature Conservancy, Nebraska Chapter 
AUTHOR: Brent Lathrop, Nebraska Chapter p. 14 
________________________________________________________________________________

37.2 
Summer 1993 
Editor: John J. Murphy Page 

TITLE: A Report on "After the World Broke in Two," Fifth International Cather Seminar 
AUTHOR: Evelyn Harris Haller, Doane College p. 17 

TITLE: Willa Cather, J.W.N. Sullivan, and the Creative Process 
AUTHOR: Richard Harris, Maritime College SUNY p. 17 

TITLE: Teaching Willa Cather in Japan 
AUTHOR: Dalma H. Brunauer, Clarkson University p. 17 

TITLE: Sleeping in Nebraska: Additional Seminar Reflections 
AUTHOR: Merrill M. Skaggs, Drew University p. 20 

TITLE: A Highschooler Responds to My Ántonia (cartoons) 
ARTIST: Jason Manley, Olathe, KS p. 27 
________________________________________________________________________________

37.3 and 37.4 
Fall-Winter 1993-94 

Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Cather, Mérimée, and the Problem of Fanaticism in Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: John H. Flannigan, Loyola University, Chicago p. 29 

TITLE: Two Hands: Colette's "The Hand" and Cather's "Neighbour Rosicky" 
AUTHOR: Alex Vardarnis p. 35 

TITLE: "He Turned Off the Lights": A Study of Darkness in My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Christine Kephart, Drew University p. 36 

TITLE: An Interdisciplinary Approach to "Neighbour Rosicky" 
AUTHOR: Steve Shively, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 39 

TITLE: Portrait of the Artist by a Young Woman 
AUTHOR: Bruce P. Baker, University of Nebraska at Omaha p. 40 

Also in this issue: 

Clement Pavelka, last living son of Annie Pavelka, dies. p. 43 
Upcoming Events, Notes, and A Reader’s Companion to the Fiction of Willa Cather p. 43 
________________________________________________________________________________

38.1 
Spring 1994 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ISSUE
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Sapphira and the Slave Girl: Willa Cather Versus Margaret Mitchell 
AUTHOR: Loretta Wasserman, Annapolis p. 1 

TITLE: Spring Conference Comes of Age in 1994 
AUTHOR: Pat Phillips, WCPM p. 1 

TITLE: Works on Cather: Summer 1992 - Summer 1993: A Bibliographical Essay 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini, Northwest Missouri state University p. 1 

Also in this issue: 

Death Notice for Betty Sherwood, granddaughter of Carrie Miner Sherwood, 1919-1994. 
________________________________________________________________________________ 

38.2 
Summer 1994
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: "The Old Beauty" and Maternal Purity 
AUTHOR: John N. Swift, Occidental College p. 17 

TITLE: Conference Activities: 37th Annual Spring Conference (May 1994) 
AUTHOR: Beth Bohling, Hastings Tribune p. 17 

TITLE: The 6th Annual American Literature Association Conference, San Diego (June 1994) 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 19 

TITLE: WCPM and Nebraska state Historical Society Boards Take Historic Steps 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 21 

TITLE: Flux and Friendship: Impressionism in "Two Friends" 
AUTHOR: Kristy Rimmasch, Brigham Young University p. 24 

TITLE: My Ántonia the Play Makes "Splendid Entertainment" 
AUTHOR: Jim Delmont, Omaha World Herald p. 25 

TITLE: My Ántonia the Movie in Progress 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 27 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Early Naturalism: "A Death in the Desert" 
AUTHOR: Emmy Stark Zitter, Bar Ilan University, Israel p. 29 

TITLE: Rollin Mallory Daggett's "My French Friend": A Precursor of "Paul's Case?" 
AUTHOR: Lawrence I. Berkove, University of Michigan - Dearborn p. 31 

TITLE: Willa Cather and Floyd Dell 
AUTHOR: William Holtz, University of Missouri - Columbia p. 34 
________________________________________________________________________________

38.3 
Fall 1994 
1994 SPRING CONFERENCE PAPERS 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: The Magical Art of Willa Cather's "Old Mrs. Harris" 
AUTHOR: Blanche H. Gelfant, Dartmouth College p. 37 

TITLE: Defining Community in "Jack-a-Boy" and "The Best Years" 
AUTHOR: Kevin Synottm, The Sage Colleges p. 41 

TITLE: An American Tradition in "The Enchanted Bluff" and "Before Breakfast" 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 47 

TITLE: Cather's Canadian and Old World Connection: The 6th International Seminar (Quebec 1995) 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 50 

TITLE: Cather's Manifesto for Art "Coming, Aphrodite" 
AUTHOR: Susan J. Rosowski, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 51 

Also in this issue: 

WCPM Director's News column covers new board members, art exhibit at the depot, and USA Network production of My Ántonia (March 1995).  p 39 
________________________________________________________________________________

38.4 
Winter 1994 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Willa Cather and the Cult of Masculinity 
AUTHOR: Domna Pastourmatzi, Aristotle University, Greece p. 2 

TITLE: Willa Cather at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln 
AUTHOR: Deborah Eisloeffel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 7 

TITLE: Report on the 1994 Western Literature Association Conference 
AUTHOR: Steven B. Shively, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 11 

TITLE: Willa Cather, France, and Pierre Loti: A Spirit of Affiliation 
AUTHOR: John P. Anders, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 15 

TITLE: Domenico Cimarosa: A possible Source for The Professor’s House 
AUTHOR: John H. Flannigan, Loyola University, Chicago p. 19 

TITLE: Lucy Gayheart: Sounds and Silence 
AUTHOR: Joanna Lloyd, Lincoln, NE p. 20 

TITLE: Cather in the Mainstream 
AUTHOR: Loretta Wasserman, Annapolis, MD p. 23 

Also in this issue: 

News from the WCPM Director on recent activities p. 1 
Death notice: Dr. C. Bertrand Schultz, board member (1908-1995) p. 5 
Discussion Topics for Spring Conference 1995 p. 9 
________________________________________________________________________________

39.1 
Spring 1995 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ISSUE 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Shadows on the Rock, Maria Chapdelaine, and the Old Nationalism 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 1 

TITLE: A New World Symphony: Cultural Pluralism in The Song of The Lark and My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Ann Moseley, East Texas State University p. 1 

TITLE: Conference Activities: The 40th Annual Cather Spring Conference 
AUTHOR: John H. Flannigan, Prairie State College, Illinois p. 6 

TITLE: Marian Forrester, Cather's Fictional Portrayal of the Modernist Self 
AUTHOR: Cao Jinghua, Beijing, China p. 12 

TITLE: Willa Cather's University Days: A Centennial Celebration, 1895-1995 
AUTHOR: Deb Forssman, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 16 

TITLE: Works on Cather: Summer 1993 - Summer 1994: A Bibliographical Essay 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini, Northwest Missouri state p. 17 

TITLE: On Being Geographically Correct About Catherland 
AUTHOR: Neil Gustafson, University of Hawaii p. 21 

Death notice for John March p. 24 
________________________________________________________________________________

39.2 and 39.3 
Summer-Fall 1995 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Key Modulations in Cather's Novels About Music 
AUTHOR: Merrill M. Skaggs, Drew University p. 25 

TITLE: Womanhood Distorted: Mrs. Archie as Thea's Foil in The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Evelyn Funda, Utah state University p. 30 

TITLE: Saying "Goodnight" to "Lost" Ladies: An Inter-textual Interpretation of Allusions to Hamlet's A Lost Ophelia in Cather's A Lost Lady and Eliot's "The Waste Land" 
AUTHOR: Scott L. Newstrom, Harvard University p. 33 

TITLE: Coming Home from Troy: Cather's Journey into Pessimism in My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Amy Kort, University of Wisconsin, Madison p. 38 

TITLE: The Subversive Language of Flowers in Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: Francoise Palleau-Papin, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris p. 41 

TITLE: Class of 1995: James Woodress Receives Honorary Doctorate of Letters 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth A. Turner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 45 

TITLE: My Father - Claude Wheeler? 
AUTHOR: Roy D. Laird, University of Kansas p. 45 

Also in this issue:

News from the WCPM Director p. 25 
A clarification by Virgil Albertini regarding his Bibliographical Essay for 1992-1993 p. 37 
________________________________________________________________________________

39.4 
Winter 1995 
QUEBEC SEMINAR 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Historical Space in Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton, Drew University p. 49 

TITLE: "Je Me Souviens": Reflections on the Quebec International Seminar 
AUTHOR: Bruce Baker, University of Nebraska at Omaha p. 53 

TITLE: Shadows on the Rock: The Outsider, the Disfigured, the Disadvantaged, and the Community 
AUTHOR: Heather Stewart, Drew University p. 54 

TITLE: Cather's Firm Foundations and the Rock of Ages: A Note 
AUTHOR: Janis Stout, Texas A & M University p. 59 

TITLE: "Pensees Sur Le Rocher" Quebec 1995 (Poem) 
AUTHOR: Matthias Shubnell, Incarnate Word College p. 60 

TITLE: Memories of Grand Manan 
AUTHOR: Polly Duryea, Humboldt, NE p. 60 

TITLE: Historicism and the Sentimental: Sources of Power in Willa Cather's Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: Elaine E. Limbaugh, Portland state University p. 63 

TITLE: "Cather's Canadian Diptych" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Sister Adele Edwards, Mount St. Mary College, California p. 64 

TITLE: Crossing Boundaries: Cather Scholarship at the 1995 Western Literature Association Meeting, Vancouver B.C. 
AUTHOR: Evelyn I. Funda, Utah State University p. 67 

TITLE: Willa Cather: Southern Connections, 7th Annual International Willa Cather Seminar 
Announcement 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 69 

TITLE·: Louise Pound and Willa Cather: An Intellectual Network? 
AUTHOR: Guy Reynolds, University of Kent, England p. 69 

TITLE: One Critic's Response to The New Yorker Article 
AUTHOR: Laura Winters, College of St. Elizabeth p. 75 

Also in this issue: 

News from the WCPM Director on general activities p. 73 
________________________________________________________________________________

40.1 
Spring 1996 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: The Artist's Palette: Early Cather 
AUTHOR: Cynthia Griffin Wolff, M.I.T. p. 1 

TITLE: Regional News 
AUTHOR: Expanded Betty Kort - WCPM Vice President p. 3 

TITLE: WCPM Board of Governors Committed to Restoration of the Red Cloud 1985 Opera House (Floor plans, photos, posters, history) 
AUTHOR: Pat Phillips - WCPM Director p. 4 

TITLE: Willa Cather Mourns Old Opera House (Willa Cather letter to Harvey E. Newbranch, printed in the Omaha World Herald, 27 Oct. 1929) p. 7 

TITLE: Cather Short Stories to be Performed 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka, WCPM Board Member p. 15 

TITLE: Joel Geyer Captures the Magic of Drama. 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth A. Turner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 15 

TITLE: Cather's Immortal Art and My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Mary C. Carruth, University of New Orleans p. 17 

TITLE: Truth and Myth in Willa Cather's My Mortal Enemy and Katherine Anne Porter's Old Mortality 
AUTHOR: Tim Keppel, Universidad del Valle, Colombia p. 20 

TITLE: Lincoln's Cather Community 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth A. Turner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 24 

TITLE: New Audience for Cather's Fiction 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka, WCPM Board Member p. 25 

TITLE: Scholar Studies WCPM Letter Collection 
AUTHOR: Bruce Baker, University of Nebraska at Omaha p. 26 

TITLE: Clarification 
AUTHOR: Dalma H. Brunauer p. 27 

TITLE: Board Member Albertini Receives Turret Award 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 27 

Also in this issue: 
News Items from the WCPM Director p. 1 
________________________________________________________________________________

40.2 
Summer-Fall 1996 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Destinations and Admonitions: Willa Cather's Obscure Destinies 
AUTHOR: Joseph R. Urgo, Bryant College p. 29 

TITLE: Virginia seminar Plans for June 1997 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 29 

TITLE: Shenandoah University Hosting International Willa Cather Seminar 
AUTHOR: Cynthia Cather, Winchester Star p. 30 

TITLE: Queening It: Excess in My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Ann Fisher-Wirth, University of Mississippi p. 36 

TITLE: The Willa Cather Scholarly Edition: Texts for All Readers 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth A. Turner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 41 

TITLE: In Pursuit of "Aristocracy of the Spirit": Willa Cather and Robinson Davis 
AUTHOR: Michael Peterman, Trent University, Canada p. 44 

TITLE: 41st Annual Willa Cather Spring Conference Held in Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: Steven B. Shively, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 49 

TITLE Marsellus in the Mirror: Reflections of "Aeneid VI”– in The Professor's House 
AUTHOR: Jeremiah P. Mead, Concord-Carlisle Regional High School, Massachusetts p. 51 

TITLE: Willa Cather at the American Literature Association, San Diego 1996 
AUTHOR: John Swift, Occidental College, California p. 53 

TITLE: "Cather in the Mainstream"— A Follow-Up 
AUTHOR: Loretta Wasserman, Annapolis, Maryland p. 54 

TITLE: Response to Opera Version of "Eric Hermannson's Soul"
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka - WCPM Board Member p. 55 

Also in this issue:

News from WCPM Director includes Julie Harris' latest project p. 34 
Death notices for Josephine Frisbie (founding member) and Margaret Cather Shannon (Roscoe's daughter) p. 34 
________________________________________________________________________________

40.3 
Winter 1997 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: The Allusive World of The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Carrie Lowery La Seur, Oxford University p. 57 

TITLE: A Crucial Decade Revisited: A Report from "Cather's Pittsburgh" 
AUTHOR: Ellen Foster and Tim Bintrim, Duquesne University p. 57 

TITLE: Willa Cather in Pittsburgh 
AUTHOR: Joanne Shaffer, Pittsburgh p. 65 

TITLE: News Notes on the 1997 International Willa Cather Seminar 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 68 

TITLE: From the Prairie to the Pulps: The Cather-Thompson Connection 
AUTHOR: Mark Madigan, Nazareth College of Rochester p. 70 

TITLE: Report on the 1996 Western Literature Association Meeting 
AUTHOR: Susanne K. George, University of Nebraska at Kearney p. 71 

TITLE: Two Tributes to Cather 
AUTHOR: Lorretta Wasserman, Annapolis, MD p. 73 

TITLE: "The Best Years": Cather's Affirmative Nostalgia 
AUTHOR: Nicholas Birns, New York School of Social Research p. 74 

TITLE: My Aunt Willie! 
AUTHOR: William Thomas Auld (nephew) p. 78 

Also in this issue:

News from WCPM Director: Notice that 4 boxes of artifacts and letters were received p. 67 
Inn at Jaffrey Demolished p. 69 
________________________________________________________________________________

41.1 
Spring 1997 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: Death Comes for the Archbishop 1927-1997 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 1 

TITLE: Virginia Seminar News 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: A Parisian Views Cather's Southwest Illustrating Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Franciose Palleau-Papin, University of Tours, France p. 2 

TITLE: Prefatory Note to "Friends of Willa Cather" 
AUTHOR: Lorretta Wasserman, Annapolis p. 4 

TITLE: Friends of Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Mildred Bennett p. 5 

TITLE: Miss Cather English Teacher 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka, Omaha South High School p. 8 

TITLE: A Self-Reflective Sympathy: Willa Cather's "Paul's Case" 
AUTHOR: Cindy Wallace, Texas A & M University p. 13 

TITLE: An Interview with Joseph Urgo (Willa Cather and the Myth of American Migration) 
AUTHOR: Kari Rosenquist, Los Angeles, CA p. 16 

TITLE: News Items from WCPM Director 
AUTHOR: Pat Phillips, Red Cloud, NE p. 21 

TITLE: Willa Cather Dies. 
(Willa Cather's Obituary, reprinted from the New York Times 25, April 1947) p. 23 
________________________________________________________________________________

41.2 
Summer-Fall 1997 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: The Little House and the Big Rock: Wilder, Cather, and the Problem of Frontier Girls 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines, George Washington University p. 25 

TITLE: "Snake Root": Latour's Descent into Hell in Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Steven P. Ryan, Temple, Texas p. 33 

TITLE: Cather Bibliographical Essay for Works Published in 1995 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton, Drew University p. 36 

TITLE: Cather Sessions at 1997 American Literature Association 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 40 

TITLE: Cather-as-Code (Gay Coding in Literature) 
AUTHOR: John Anders, Lincoln, NE p. 42 

TITLE: The Song of the Lark and A Lost Lady: The Evolution of Lark into Woodpecker 
AUTHOR: Michael Hardin, University of Houston p. 43 

TITLE: Black and White: A Reflection on "Paul's Case" (Winning Norma Ross Walter Scholarship Essay) 
AUTHOR: Angela Christine Turek, Hastings High School p. 46 

TITLE: Scholars Review Cather's "Best" 
AUTHOR: Beth Bohling, Hastings Tribune (28 April 1997) p. 49 

TITLE: Cather Syllabi: A Study 
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini, Northwest Missouri State University p. 50 

Other items from this issue:

News from WCPM Director, Pat Phillips p. 47 
________________________________________________________________________________

41.3 
Winter-Spring 1997-98 
Editor: John J. Murphy 

TITLE: The Patrimony of Blue Mesa: The Professor's House and Museum Theory 
AUTHOR: Charles L. Crow, Bowling Green State University p. 53 

TITLE: Cather Class in Southern Utah 
AUTHOR: Marliyn Arnold, Brigham Young University p. 57 

TITLE: New Cather Bibliographical Data "Valentine" Sentiments 
AUTHOR: Cynthia Griffin Wolff, M.I.T. p. 60 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Southern Connections: A Report on the 7th International Cather Seminar 
AUTHORS: Tim Bintrim, Duquesne University; Elizabeth Turner, Wm. Rainey Harper College; Jennifer Danes, Central University Iowa p. 62 

TITLE: Willa Cather, the Virginian 
AUTHOR: Donna Shafer-Riha, MT. Jackson, Virginia p. 67 

TITLE: Third Graders Hear Cather's Christmas story 
AUTHOR: Bruce Baker, Omaha p. 69 

TITLE: Photo Layout: The Drew Colloquium--Cather's New York p. 70 

TITLE: Race, Place, and Language: The Southern Idiom in Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: Li Zhu, Marquette University p. 72 

Also in this issue: 

News from the WCPM Director includes history of the Newsletter; Bruce Baker new editor; WCPM 
Mission statements p. 58 
________________________________________________________________________________

42.1 
Summer 1998 
Editor: John Swift 

TITLE: The Chinese Connection: Cather and Pittsburgh's Chinatown 
AUTHOR: Li Zhu, Marquette University; Tim Bintrim, Duquesne University p. 1 

TITLE: Pittsburgh's Richest Chinaman 
AUTHOR: Henry Nicklemann p. 2 

TITLE: Desert Landscapes and the "Male Gaze": Cather's Death Comes For the Archbishop 
Author: J. Gerald Dollar, Siena College p. 6 

TITLE: Remembering Trilby: Willa Cather and the Unwilling Singer 
AUTHOR: Janis Stout, Texas A & M University p. 10 

TITLE: Cather in the Mainstream (Continued) 
AUTHOR: Loretta Wasserman, Annapolis, MD p. 12 

TITLE: The NSHS Computer Index and the Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Photo Collection 
AUTHOR: Joanna Lloyd, Lincoln, NE p. 14 

TITLE: Cather in Sweden Today 
Author: Timothy R. Cramer, University of Nebraska at Omaha p. 15 

TITLE: "La Niege d'Ete" (poem) Summer Snow - Cottonwoods 
AUTHOR: Kathy Wynn Burkholder, Greenfield, IL p. 17 

Also in this issue: 

News from the WCPM Director, Pat Phillips p. 17 
Notice for the 1999 Mesa Verde Symposium p. 22 
Comments from the retiring newsletter editor, John J. Murphy p. 22 
________________________________________________________________________________

42.2 
Fall 1998 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: City of Pilgrims: Willa Cather's Washington 
AUTHOR: Christopher Sten, George Washington University p. 25 

TITLE: Fear of a Queer Prairie: Figures of the Body and of the Nation in Willa Cather's Early Fiction 
AUTHOR: Marilee Lindemann, University of Maryland p. 30 

TITLE: Chatting with Willa Cather While Kneading Bread 
AUTHOR: Sharon Hoover, Alfred University p. 35 

TITLE: Camelot, Back Creek and Sweet Water: Arthurian Archetypes and Southern Sensibility in Willa Cather's A Lost Lady 
AUTHOR: Jessica G. Rabin, Emory University p. 39 

TITLE: Against Allegory: Re-imaging Cather's Modernism 
AUTHOR: Richard Millington, Smith College p. 44 

TITLE: Willa Cather's New York: The Drew University Colloquium 
AUTHORS: Amy Ahearn, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and John Jacobs, Shenandoah University p. 47 

TITLE: News from the WCPM Director 
AUTHOR: Pat Phillips p. 50 
________________________________________________________________________________

42.3 
Winter-Spring 1999 
Editor: Merrill Skaggs 

TITLE: Sigrid Undset and Willa Cather: A Friendship 
AUTHOR: Sherrill Harbison p. 53 

TITLE: Opera Omaha's "Eric Hermannson's Soul" 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 53 

TITLE: Sigrid Undset in America 
AUTHOR: Olav Paus Grunt p. 55 

TITLE: Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Sigrid Undset p. 57 

TITLE: Cather Studies in the Himalayas 
AUTHOR: Mildred Berg Callander, Drew University p. 61 

TITLE: Willa Cather, Francis Parkman, and the Idea of Progress 
AUTHOR: John Jacobs, Shenandoah University p. 64 

TITLE: The Walls of Uruk: Cather's The Professor's House, and the Universal Hero, and The Epic Of Gilgamesh 
AUTHOR: Jennifer Micale, Drew University p. 67 

TITLE: WCPM Hires Second Director -- (Steven P. Ryan) 
AUTHOR: Edited and reprinted with permission from The Red Cloud Chief p. 73 

TITLE: The Spring Conference, 1998 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth A. Turner, William Rainey Harper College p. 74 

TITLE: The Education You Have to Fight For 
AUTHOR: Willa Sibert Cather p. 75 

TITLE: News from WCPM Director 
AUTHOR: Pat Phillips p. 78 
________________________________________________________________________________

43.1 
Summer 1999 
Editor: John Swift 

TITLE: "The Heart of Another Is a Dark Forest": A Reassessment of Professor St. Peter and His Wife 
AUTHOR: Jean Tsien, Beijing Foreign Studies Program p. 1 

TITLE: The Impure and the Pure in Cather's Female Artists 
AUTHOR: Isabella Caruso, CUNY - Kingsborough p. 5 

TITLE: "To Find a Better Place": Inscriptions of Human Faith in Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: Isabel Maria Fernandaes Alves, Universidad de Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro (Portugal) p. 9 

TITLE: Aesthetic Disorientation and the Nature of the "Wagner Matinee" 
AUTHOR: Nicolas Birns, The New School for Social Research p. 13 

TITLE: A Nebraska "Mummy" and a Poem: "One Source for Mother Eve" 
AUTHOR: John Swift, Occidental College and Ann Tschetter, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 14 

TITLE: Willa Cather Roadway Dedication May 1, 1999 
AUTHOR: Randall D. Peters, Nebraska State Department of Roads p. 15 

TITLE: Hazel Baker Donates to Restoration Fund 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 16 

TITLE: From the Desk of Director Steve Ryan p. 17 

TITLE: My Ántonia Aster (flower named) p. 17 

TITLE: Diva Salutes Cather with Evening of Music 
AUTHOR: Joshua Dolezal p. 18 

TITLE: News from Director Pat Phillips p. 19 

TITLE: Tale about Cather Photos Has Happy Ending 
AUTHOR: Tom Allen, Omaha World Herald p. 20 

TITLE: American Masterpiece Theatre Will Be Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 21 

TITLE: Restoration of the Cather "Second Home" in Progress (floor plan) p. 22 

TITLE: Rare Willa Cather Volumes Donated to NU Foundation 
AUTHOR: Jana Janovy, Omaha World Herald p. 22 
________________________________________________________________________________

43.2 
Fall 1999 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: Hiding in Plain Sight: Willa Cather and Ghostwriting 
AUTHOR: Deborah Lindsay Williams p. 25 

TITLE: Through a Glass Darkly: Reflections of Paul Robeson's Othello in Willa Cather's Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: Donna Shafer-Riha, James Madison University p. 31 

TITLE: American Scholars: Cather, Mencken, and Godfrey St. Peter 
AUTHOR: Robert K. Miller, University of St. Thomas p. 46 

TITLE: Who's Yehudi? 
AUTHOR: Polly Duryea p. 40 

TITLE: Re-Studying Cather: Historicist and Historical Scholarship 
AUTHOR: Janis P. Stout, Texas A & M p. 42 

TITLE: Cather in the Mainstream, #5 
AUTHOR: Loretta Wasserman, Grand Valley State University p. 45 

TITLE: The 44th Annual Willa Cather Spring Conference, 1999 
AUTHOR: Amy Ahearn, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 47 

TITLE: The Song of the Lark on Masterpiece Theatre 
AUTHOR: Sister Adele Edwards, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles p. 50 

TITLE: Object Lessons (John Rogers Group) 
AUTHORS: Katy Cardinal and Ann Romines p. 57 
________________________________________________________________________________

43.3 
Winter-Spring 2000 
Editor: Merrill Skaggs 

TITLE: Approaching the Mesa 
AUTHOR: Laura Winters p. 53 

TITLE: Ron Hull Spends Semester in Taiwan 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 57 

TITLE: Liminality in Willa Cather's Alexander's Bridge and The Professor’s House 
AUTHOR: Mary Chinery, Georgian Court College p. 58 

TITLE: Education in the Parish: Preparation for the World 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka, South High School, Omaha p. 62 

TITLE: Phillips Takes Position with University of Nebraska Foundation 
AUTHOR: Harriett DeLay p. 70 

TITLE: Cather at ALA 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 71 

TITLE: Connors Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Visiting Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: Don E. Connors p. 72 

TITLE: From the Director 
AUTHOR: Steve Ryan p. 73 

TITLE: Object Lessons (The Bishop's Apricot) 
AUTHOR: Katy Cardinal p. 74 
________________________________________________________________________________

44.1 
Spring 2000 
Editor: John Swift 

TITLE: Regarding Willa Cather's "The Profile" and Evelyn Osborne 
AUTHOR: Mark Madigan, Nazareth College of Rochester p. 1 

TITLE: Major Gift Ensures Opera House Renovation (Lucia Woods Lindley) 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: Briefly Reviewed: Acocella, Anders, and the Purposes of Criticism 
AUTHOR: John Swift p. 6 

TITLE: Reading Cather Read America in Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Blythe Tellefsen, University of California at Riverside p. 7 

TITLE: "Willa Cather on Mesa Verde": A Report on the Fall Cather Symposium 
AUTHOR: Amy Kort, University of Wisconsin-Madison p. 11 

TITLE: Cather's "Disruptive Excess": A Feminist Reading of "A Wagner Matinee" 
AUTHOR: Daniel D. Fineman, Occidental College p. 13 

TITLE: From the Director 
AUTHOR: Steve Ryan p. 23 

Other item in this issue: 

Cather Clearinghouse p. 5 
Cather Seminar at National Taiwan University p. 16 
Red Cloud Loses a Good Friend, Harry Obitz p. 17 
WCPM Announces New Position for Betty Bohrer p. 18 
Homily for Cather's Birthday p. 19 
Sherwood Accepts Position with WCPM p. 20 
Doll Comes Home in Time for Christmas p. 21 
Cather Session at Society for the Study of Southern Literature p. 21 
Red Cloud Wins Two Awards at NCIP Banquet p. 22 
________________________________________________________________________________

44.2 
Fall 2000 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: "The Object of So Much Service and Desire": Reading Water in the Work of Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Anne L. Kaufman, University of Maryland p. 26 

TITLE: Pay No Attention to That Woman Behind the Curtain: or, Willa Cather as Postmodernist 
AUTHOR: Janis Stout, Texas A & M University p. 32 

TITLE: "She had only to touch an idea to make it live": Willa Cather and Mary Baker Eddy 
AUTHOR: David H. Porter, Skidmore and Williams Colleges p. 38 

TITLE: Omaha Scholar Studies Webster County 
AUTHOR: Harriett DeLay p. 44 

TITLE: John Murphy and Joe Urgo: A Conversation in Letters 
AUTHORS: John Murphy and Joe Urgo p. 45 

TITLE: Spring Conference 2000: Pennsylvania Scholars Savor Catherland 
AUTHOR: Harriett DeLay p. 50 

TITLE: The Eighth International Cather Seminar: "Willa Cather's Environmental Imagination" 
AUTHORS: Tim Bintrim, Elizabeth Turner, and Tony Millspaugh p. 51 

TITLE: From the Director 
AUTHOR: Steve Ryan p. 59 

TITLE: Object Lessons (The Robinson-Cather Quilt) 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 66 

Also in this issue: 
William T. Auld, M.D. dies in Stockton, CA May 11, 2000 p. 32 
Letters to the WCPM p. 37 
Kearney Photographer Gives 1947 Front Page to Archives p. 46 
Cather Clearinghouse p. 51 
Prep Scholars Awarded Cather Text p. 59 
Ron Hull of NETV Receives 2000 Sower Award p. 60 
Cable and TV Broadcast to Feature Cather Second Horne p. 60 
Heavenly Body Named for Cather p. 61 
Willa Cather Memorial Prairie Receives Literary Landmark Award p. 62 
Bound for Cather Glory: A Game Show Review p. 62 
Niece (Helen Cather Southwick) Gives Cather Portrait to Sheldon Art Gallery p. 67 
________________________________________________________________________________

44.3 
Winter-Spring 2001 
Editor: Merrill Skaggs 

TITLE: Membership Drive Launched at Cather Spring Festival 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 69 

TITLE: New Challenges, New Opportunities for the Foundation: A Letter from the Presidents 
AUTHORS: Betty Kort and John Swift p. 70 

TITLE: Willa Cather in the Magazines: "The Business of Art" 
AUTHOR: Rebecca Roorda, Mesa Verde Symposium p. 71 

TITLE: "My Six Books Would Be": The Cather-Hurston Connection 
AUTHOR: Nancy Chinn, Baylor University p. 76 

TITLE: Our Lady in the New World: The Role of the Virgin Mary in Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Robin O. Warren, University of Georgia p. 80 

TITLE: Journal to Aid the Teaching of Cather 
AUTHOR: Carolyn Elswick, Maryville, MO p. 86 

TITLE: Western Literature Association Annual Conference 
AUTHOR: Elizabeth A. Turner, William Rainey Harper College p. 88 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Steve Ryan p. 96 

TITLE: Spring on the Divide: The Willa Cather Festival 2001 
AUTHOR: Bruce P. Baker II p. 92 

Also in this issue: 

Letter to the Editor p. 70 
Scholarly Edition of Death Comes for the Archbishop awarded Ralph Emerson Twitchell Award p. 89 
________________________________________________________________________________

45.1 
Summer 2001 
Editor: John N. Swift 

TITLE: C-Span Shines Spotlight on Cather 
AUTHOR: Sandi S. Alswager, Grand Island Independent p. 1 

TITLE: C-Span Sparks Nationwide Interest 
AUTHOR: Letters from individuals p. 2 

TITLE: Willa Cather, D.H. Lawrence, and the American Southwest 
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris, Webb Institute p. 5 

TITLE: Ars Scientiae: Willa Cather and the Mission of Science 
AUTHOR: Mary R. Ryder, South Dakota State University p. 11 

TITLE: Empire-building and Empire-writing: A Reading of Rudyard Kipling and Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: Satarupa Sengupta, George Washington University p. 17 

TITLE: "Dissolved into Something Complete and Great": The Cathers and the Beginnings of Webster County 
AUTHOR: Ann Tschetter, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 21 

TITLE: Object Lessons (Herbarium sheet from Reverend Bates) 
AUTHOR: Ann Billesbach, Nebraska State Historical Society p. 25 

TITLE: Conversations that Open Doors: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: John N. Swift p. 26 

TITLE: Spring Festival 2002 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 26 

TITLE: Cather, Cable, and "The Real America" 
AUTHOR: Andy Raun, Hastings Tribune p. 28 

Other item in this issue: 

Letters to the WCPM p. 4 
________________________________________________________________________________

45.2 
Fall 2001 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: Ella Cather Lewis Influenced Many Leaders 
AUTHOR: Mary Hancock Hinds, Long Beach Press-Telegram p. 29 

TITLE: Postcards to the Past 
AUTHOR: Jay Yost p. 31 

TITLE: Cather and Her Stars: Negotiating a Culture of Celebrity in the 1890s 
AUTHOR: Michael Schueth p. 33 

TITLE: An Interview with Robert and Doris Kurth, Cather Collectors 
AUTHORS: Sue and Jim Rosowski p. 37 

TITLE: Architectures of Ethnicity: Willa Cather's Jewish New York 
AUTHOR: Lisa Marcus p. 39 

TITLE: Research in Progress: Discoveries from the Willa Cather--Scholarly Edition--The Human Element: Prototypes in "The Ancient People" 
AUTHOR: Ann Moseley, Volume Editor of Song of the Lark p. 45 

TITLE: Disagreeing to Agree: A Reply to John Murphy and Joe Urgo 
AUTHOR: Marilee Lindemann p. 46 

TITLE: Preserving Significant Place: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: John N. Swift p. 49 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Steve Ryan p. 51 

Also in this issue: 

Contributors to this Issue p. 30 
Letters to the WCPM p. 49 
Cather and Quilts: Call for Entries p. 52 
Spring Festival p. 52 
________________________________________________________________________________

45.3 
Winter-Spring 2002 
Editor: Merrill M. Skaggs 

TITLE: Red Cloud Opera House Renovation Underway 
AUTHOR: Harriett DeLay, The Red Cloud Chief p. 53 

TITLE: Cather on Cather: Two Early Self-Sketches 
AUTHOR: David H. Porter, Williams College p. 55 

TITLE: Lifting the Death Chill: "Before Breakfast" As Sequel to My Mortal Enemy 
AUTHOR: Marvin Friedman p. 61 

TITLE: Nature's Terror and Glory: A Comparison of Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop and Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Circles" 
AUTHOR: Sarah Ross p. 67 

TITLE: Getting it Straight: Rebuttal to Marilee Lindemann 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy p. 73 

TITLE: A Response: Joseph R. Urgo 
AUTHOR: Joseph R. Urgo p. 74 

TITLE: Joan Acocella Comments 
AUTHOR: Joan Acocella p. 75 

TITLE: Places, Space, and "Unusual Backgrounds": A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: John Swift p. 75 

Also in this issue: 

Cather Project Names Electronic Projects Editor p. 54 
Issue Editor's Note p. 54 
Chinn Notes p. 72 
Letters to the WCPM p. 76 
Spring Festival 2002 p. 76 
UNL Recognizes Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 76 
Shenandoah University Holds Benefit for Cather Institute p. 77 
________________________________________________________________________________

46.1 
Summer 2002 

TITLE: On Film and Beyond: Willa Cather and Greta Garbo 
AUTHOR: John P. Anders, Lincoln, Nebraska p. 3 

TITLE: William James and the Wall for Unfurnished Fictions 
AUTHOR: Merrill Skaggs, Drew University p. 8 

TITLE: Nervous Priests and Unlikely Imperialists: Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Leona Sevick, University of Maryland p. 13 

TITLE: "A World that Strove After Excellence": A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: John Swift p. 23 

Also in this issue: 

The Miner/Harling House: A Letter from Nancy Picchi p. 1 
Ninth International Willa Cather Seminar in Vermont in 2003 p. 18 
Cather at the American Literature Association Conference p. 18 
NEH Challenge Grant p. 19 
Letters to the WCPM p. 21 
________________________________________________________________________________

46.2 
Fall 2002 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: "Under the quilting frames": Storytelling, Memory and Art at the Cather Spring Festival 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 25 

TITLE: Patchwork Images: Cather-Inspired Quilts at the Spring Festival 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 27 

TITLE: Comments from the Panelists 
AUTHORS: Paulette Peters, Kari Ronning, Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 28 

TITLE: Cather Studies, 2000-2001: Part One 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton p. 30 

TITLE: A Glimpse Inside Childhood: Willa Cather's Childhood Scrapbook 
AUTHOR: Jennifer L. Bradley p. 32 

TITLE: A Palm for Stanley: Reinhart's Grave Restored Through Cather's Writing 
AUTHORS: Timothy Bintrim and Mark Madigan p. 35 

TITLE: My Ántonia Selected for City-wide Reading Program 
AUTHOR: Patrick T. Reardon, Chicago Tribune p. 38 

TITLE: Discovering the Southwest: Cultural Imperialism in Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark and Sharon O'Brien's Willa Cather: The Emerging Voice 
AUTHOR: Lisbeth S. Fuisz p. 39 

TITLE: Object Lessons: The "Good Shepherd" Window at Grace Episcopal Church 
AUTHOR: Ann Billesbach p. 44 

TITLE: She was one of ours and yet the talents of Willa Cather far surpass us 
AUTHOR: Darrel Miller, The Smith County Pioneer p. 45 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director Steve Ryan p. 46 

Also in this issue: 

Contributors to this issue p. 26 
Photos of the panelists and quilts by Beverly J. Cooper and Nancy Sherwood p. 25 
Cather Calendar p. 26 
Second-Year Goal Met for NEH Challenge Grant--list of donors p. 43 
Antonette "Toni" Marie Kort 1905-2002 p. 45 
Recipe for Ántonia's Nut Cake p. 48 
________________________________________________________________________________

46.3 
Winter-Spring 2003 
Editor: Merrill Skaggs 

TITLE: Willa Cather Honored at White House Symposium 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 49 

TITLE: Cather on Cather II: Two Recent Acquisitions at Drew University 
AUTHOR: David H. Porter, Williams College p. 49 

TITLE: Chicago Meets Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Anthony M. Millspaugh p. 51 

TITLE: A Note about Spelling Cather's Pittsburg 
AUTHOR: Timothy Bintrim p. 52 

TITLE: Bibliography for 2000-2001 Continued 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton p. 59 

TITLE: The Non-Interpretation of Dreams: Cather's Use of Detail in Characterization 
AUTHOR: Margaret Doane p. 60 

TITLE: The Goddess Within: Artistic and Spiritual Awakening in Cather's The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Nancy R. Wurzel p. 63 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Steve Ryan p. 67 

TITLE: Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 68 

Also in this issue: 

Photograph of Cather Board members at White House reception and symposium p. 49 
Sherlock Holmes Alert p. 50 
Contributors to this issue p. 50 
2003 Cather Calendar p. 50 
Recommended Reading p. 50 
Letters to the WCPM p. 69 
Opera House Opening Season 2003 p. 69 
Opera House donor listing through January 15, 2003 p. 71 
________________________________________________________________________________

47.1 
Summer 2003 
Issue Editor: John Swift 

TITLE: On Seeing Blue: Dutch Painting, Depression, & Generativity in The Professor’s House 
AUTHOR: Christopher Sten, George Washington University p. 3 

TITLE: Willa Cather in Arizona 
AUTHOR: Paul J. Ferlazzo, Northern Arizona University p. 9 

TITLE: Bibliography for 2000-2001 Continued 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton p. 13 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Radical Empiricism 
AUTHOR: Merrill Maguire Skaggs, Drew University p. 15 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 20 

TITLE: Beginning in the Heart 
AUTHOR: Laurie Smith Camp p. 21 

Also in this issue: 

Opera House Dedicated p. 1 
A Message from the President p. 8 
Plow symbol placed at Pavelka grave site p. 19 
________________________________________________________________________________

47.2 
Fall 2003 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: Willa Cather and the Gifts of a Great Plains Childhood 
AUTHOR: Mary Pipher p. 25 

TITLE: Revisiting the Real Alexander's Bridge 
AUTHOR: Mark A. Robison p. 27 

TITLE: "Poor Caliban": Willa Cather and the Song of the Racial Other 
AUTHOR: Janis P. Stout p. 29 

TITLE: "The Bohemian Girl": An Interview with Ariel Bybee and James Ford 
AUTHORS: Joshua Dolezal and Kyoko Matsunaga— Illustrations by Michael Schueth p. 33 

TITLE: Guests at the Second Cather Home: Who are Cather's Admirers? 
AUTHOR: Charlene Ketler Hoschouer p. 35 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 43 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 45 

Also in this issue: 

Photograph of participants in "The Passing Show"--Pipher, A. Yost, Romines, and Murphy p. 25 
Contributors to this issue p. 26 
"Friends of Billy" organized at Bread Loaf p. 26 
Opening of story on Louisville bridge collapse p. 28 
Poster found in Opera House p. 29 
Images of "Blind Boone" and "Blind Tom" p. 30 
Scene from "The Bohemian Girl" p. 33 
Photograph of Nellie Andrews— "Bohemian Girl" p. 34 
Photographs of guests at the Second Cather Home p. 35 
Holiday gift listing p. 37 
Summary of International Cather Seminar at Bread Loaf with three photographs p. 39 
Photograph of Republican River p. 40 
WCPM Collectible Christmas Cards p. 41 
A printed and framed history of the Morhart family in the Opera House p. 42 
Salad Lessons, P.E.O. recipes p. 44 
Photograph of guests at Spring Festiva: salad luncheon p. 44 
Picture of the cover of Women's Chamber cookbook p.45 
Special holiday gift form and Opera House program--Holiday Season p. 47 
Endowment Fund form (Back cover) 
________________________________________________________________________________

47.3 
Winter-Spring 2004 
Editor: Merrill Skaggs 

TITLE: Grace Episcopal Church Receives Sower Award 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 1 

TITLE: Willa Cather and Paul Gauguin 
AUTHOR: Nancy M. Holland p. 51 

TITLE: "Houses Founded on the Sea": Skepticism and Human Relations in A Lost Lady 
AUTHOR: Matthew Hokom p. 56 

TITLE: Life is but a Dream: Reality Romanticized in A Lost Lady 
AUTHOR: Margaret Doane p. 58 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 61 

TITLE: Cather Studies 2002 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton p. 62 

TITLE: The Arts and the Economy 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 66 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 69 

Also in this issue: 

Photograph of Grace Episcopal Church p. 1 
The Cather Foundation Calendar p. 2 
Contributors to this issue p. 2 
Three photographs of Gauguins paintings p. 52 
College Intern Joins Foundation Staff p. 65 
Central Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra to Perform Symphony Inspired by One of Ours p. 67 
The Opera House Endowment Fund and Planned Giving p. 68 
Photograph of Snow on the prairie by Betty Kort p. 69 
Opera House Schedule (inside back cover) 
Preserve the Treasures (inside back cover) 
The 49th Annual Willa Cather Spring Festival (back cover) 
________________________________________________________________________________

48.1 
Summer 2004 
Editor: John N. Swift 

TITLE: 2004 Spring Festival Focuses on Aging and Dying in Cather's Fiction 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: "She loved all great formal, noble things": Stephen Tennant on Willa Cather 
AUTHOR: David H. Porter p. 3 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 6 

TITLE: Negotiating Property Rights in Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: Laura Smith p. 7 

TITLE: "Corning into Possession": Imperial Movement, Culture and Composition in Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark and The Professor's House 
AUTHOR: Eric Aronoff p. 14 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 19 

Also in this issue:

Photograph of Ann Romines and Sue Rosowski by Dee Yost p. 1 
Contributors in this issue p. 2 
The Cather Foundation Calendar p. 2 
Photographs of the inscriptions by Mildred Bennett and Stephen Tennant p. 4 
Photograph of Tennant's Prose Poem p. 5 
Photographs of a dust jacket for SLG and of a slave auction block p. 7 
Foundation Launches Cather Documentary p. 10 
Photograph of the Caspersens and one from the Yehudi Menuhin Collection p. 11 
Remembering Spring Conference 2004: 12 photographs p. 12 
Photographs from the Mesa Verde by John Swift p. 15 
Sarah Beringer Wins Norma Ross Walter Scholarship Award accompanied p. 18 
Photograph of Cozad Book Club p. 19 
The Opera House Endowment Fund and Marilyn Arnold Wins Mayhaven's Award with picture p. 20 
Artist-in-Residence with picture p. 21 
Special Offer to Cather Foundation Members p. 21 
Red Cloud Opera House Schedule and Summer Performances in Review (inside back cover) 
Preserving the Treasures (back cover) 
________________________________________________________________________________

48.2 
Fall 2004 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: Introducing the Scholarly Edition 
AUTHOR: Susan J. Rosowski p. 25 

TITLE: Incident in St-Malo 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 28 

TITLE: Behind the Obscurity: Real People in Obscure Destinies 
AUTHOR: Kari Ronning p. 29 

TITLE: Reporting on the Rhine [V]oice: James Gibbons Huneker as Fred Ottenburg in The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Ann Moseley, Texas A&M University p. 30 

TITLE: Claude Wheeler and Pinocchio: Cather's Allusive Method in One of Ours 
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris p. 32 

TITLE: Street Pianos and Alexander's Bridge 
AUTHOR: Tom Quirk, University of Missouri p. 33 

TITLE: Finding Till: An Editor's Romance 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines, George Washington University p. 34 

TITLE: Cather's Intentions and the Mediated Texts of Sapphira and the Slave Girl 
AUTHOR: Charles Mignon p. 36 

TITLE: Memorial Services Held in Red Cloud for Helen Cather Southwick 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 37 

TITLE: Stephany Thompson and Fritz Mountford: A Conversation about the Red Cloud Opera House 
AUTHOR: Fritz Mountford p. 38 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Smith College Connections: Ten "New" Cather Letters at Smith College Libraries 
AUTHOR: Melissa J. Homestead, University of Oklahoma and Anne L. Kaufman. Milton Academy p. 40 

TITLE: Revisiting the Newsletter and Review: A Conversation with Dolores and Virgil Albertini 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 42 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 43 

TITLE: Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Mellanee Kvasnicka p. 47 

Also in this issue:

Photograph of Scholarly Edition, edited by Dika Eckersley p. 25 
Cather Foundation Calendar p. 26 
Photograph of LA MOUNE of St. Malo by David Stouck p. 28 
Photograph of Charles Wiener--WCPM/NSHS p. 29 
Photographs of Olive Fremstad and James Gibbons Huneker p. 30 
Cover of the 1916 edition of Pinocchio p. 32 
Postcard of a street singer and street organ grinder p. 33 
Photograph of The Mill House by Lucia Woods p. 34 
A page of a late corrected typescript of Sapphira p. 36 
Photograph of the cast of Steel Magnolias by Stephany Thompson p. 38 
Photograph of Stephany Thompson by Barb Kudrna p. 39 
Festival Cobbler: A Recipe from Red Cloud p. 39 
Photograph of Mary Ellen Chase by Eric Stahlberg p. 40 
Photograph of Willa Cather and others at the 1933 Smith College Commencement p. 41 
Photograph of Dolores and Virgil Albertini p. 42 
A list of contributors to the Cather Foundation from Oct. 16, 2003 to August 19, 2004 p. 44 
Red Cloud Opera House schedule p. 47 
Limited copies of "December Night" (back cover) 
________________________________________________________________________________

48.3 
Winter-Spring 2005 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: The Cather Community World-Wide Mourns Death of Susan J. Rosowski 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 49 

TITLE: Cather on Cather III: Dust Jacket Copy on Willa Cather's Books 
AUTHOR: David H. Porter p. 51 

TITLE: A Graveside Service to Celebrate and Remember the Life of Susan J. Rosowski 
AUTHOR: Steve Shively p. 61 

TITLE: St. Peter, Blue Mesa, "Ruins," and "Archaic Forms" in Willa Cather's The Professor's House 
AUTHOR: Carey Chaney p. 62 

TITLE: 2005 Willa Cather Spring Festival to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Foundation 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 66 

TITLE: OUR WCPM FOUNDER: MILDRED BENNETT 
AUTHOR: Merrill Skaggs p. 66 

TITLE: News from the Executive Director 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 70 

Also in this issue:

Cather Foundation Calendar p. 50 
Issue Contributors p. 51 
President's Message--Ann Billesbach p. 60 
Ron Hull Inducted Into Broadcasters Hall of Fame, with picture p. 64 
Willa Locates Willa's Inscription p. 64 
Nebraska Preservation Award, including picture of Betty Kort accepting the award p. 64 
The Road Is All Premieres in Red Cloud Opera House, with pictures p. 65 
O Pioneers! Translated into Chinese p. 66 
Picture of Mildred Bennett p. 66 
Call for Papers on John Steinbeck p. 68 
Two Nebraska High School Writing Competitions to Highlight Spring Festival p. 68 
Correction for "Incident in St-Mato" p. 68 
Nebraska Citizens to Read My Ántonia in Spring of 2005 p. 69 
"Prairie Song" Central Image of One Book One State Initiative p. 69 
"Prairie Song!" Promotional Items Available p. 69 
Pictures of Mary Linnea Vaughan and Diane Karr p. 69 
"Prairie Song" print p. 69 
Cottey/Cather 2005 Writing Prizes To Be Awarded in April at the Opera House p. 70 
Photo of Susan Rosowski by Jim Rosowski at the Vermont 9th Cather International Seminar p. 70 
2005 Red Cloud Opera House Calendar Highlights p. 71 
Poster of Nebraska Reads My Ántonia--One Book One State p. 72 
Invitation to attend the Spring Festival, April 29-30, 2005 p. 72 
________________________________________________________________________________

49.1 
Summer 2005 
Editor: John. N. Swift 

TITLE: Spring Festival Centers on My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: 10th International Cather Seminar in Nebraska 
AUTHOR: Wendy K. Perriman p. 1 

TITLE: "Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places": Voyeurism in Cather's 1920s Fiction 
AUTHOR: Mary R. Ryder p. 3 

TITLE: Willa Cather and Hamlin Garland: Parallel Early Lives 
AUTHOR: Neil Gustafson p. 9 

TITLE: A Note on Documenting Cather in Winslow, Arizona 
AUTHOR: Paul J. Ferlazzo p. 14 

TITLE: Cather Studies, 2003 
AUTHOR: Jo Ann Middleton 

TITLE: International Connections: Bringing Cather to the World 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 18 

TITLE: Cather Foundation President Spends Six Months Teaching in China 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 18 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Charles Peek p. 20 

Also in this issue: 
Photograph of David Porter p. 1 
Photograph of John N. Swift and the winners of the International Seminar Scholarship p. 1 
Cather Foundation Calendar p. 2 
Scholarly Contributors p. 3 
Board Member (Marge VanMeter) retires to Advisory Board p. 5 
Photo by Dee Yost of Alicia Dallman, recipient of the 2005 Norma Ross Walter Scholarship p. 8 
Photos of Hamlin Garland and Willa Cather p. 9 
Varied photos of participants in the 2005 Spring Festival and the 2005 International Seminar p. 12 
Photo of Willow Shade with a for sale description p. 14 
Two photos of Charles Peek in China, one with wife Nancy and two students p. 18 
New Incentive to Give to Endowment p. 20 
Photo of Charles Peek p. 20 
The Executive Director's Report (Betty Kort) with photos by Dee Yost and Barb Kudrna again p. 21 
Red Cloud Opera House Schedule p. 23 
The 11th International Willa Cather Seminar in Paris and at the Abbey St-Michel de Frigolet p. 24 
Photo of Willa Cather p. 24 
________________________________________________________________________________

49.2 
Fall 2005 
Editor: Ann Romines 

TITLE: Miss Cather's Steamer Trunk Arrives in Red Cloud 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 25 

TITLE: Outland Over There: Cather's Cosmopolitan West 
AUTHOR: Geneva Gano, UCLA p. 27 

TITLE: "I Like to be Like a Man": Female Masculinity in Willa Cather's O Pioneers! and My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Daniel Worden, Brandeis University p. 28 

TITLE: "Blank Isolation": Cather, Celebrity, and the "long strain" in The Professor's House 
AUTHOR: Michael Schueth, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 29 

TITLE: Intellectual Warfare in Collier's magazine: Art versus Advertising in Cather's Serialized Novel The Professor's House 
AUTHOR: Matt Lavin, Utah State University p. 31 

TITLE: Fruit Trees and Acacia Blossoms: Grafting a Unique Perspective of American History in Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Max Despain, University of Delaware p. 32 

TITLE: Willa Cather's Autobiographical Act and the Need For (Dis)Closure 
AUTHOR: J. Gabriel Scala, University of Mississippi p. 34 

TITLE: Subverting the Male Gaze: Willa Cather's Lena Lingard and William Faulkner's Lena Grove 
AUTHOR: Sarah G. Gardam, Drew University p. 35 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Charles Peek p. 36 

TITLE: Brown and White at the Dance: Another Word on Cather and Race 
AUTHOR: Janis P. Stout p. 37 

TITLE: Cather Crossword #3 
AUTHOR: Robert H. Kurth p. 40 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 43 

TITLE: Object Lesson: The Beaded Dress 
AUTHOR: Katy Cardinal p. 45 

TITLE: Kolache Controversies 
AUTHOR: Ann Romines p. 46 

TITLE: "A Study of the Nude" (poem) 
AUTHOR: Attributed to Willa Cather (from the Hesperian) p. 48 

Also in this issue: 

Cather Foundation Calendar p. 26 
Cather Foundation Contributors to Endowment and Preservation p. 41 
A New Cather Quilt p. 47 
________________________________________________________________________________

49.3 
Winter-Spring 2006
Issue Editor: Merrill Skaggs 
Managing Editor: Betty Kort 
Associate Editor: Jan Offner 

TITLE: Drew University Hosts Colloquium 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 49 

TITLE: Cather Foundation Accepts Willa Cather Memorial Prairie 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 49 

TITLE: Whose Life is It Anyway? Another Look at Thea Kronborg 
AUTHOR: Marvin Friedman p. 51 

TITLE: Reflections of Jenny Lind within The Song of the Lark 
AUTHOR: Josie B. Davis-George p. 57 

TITLE: Americanizing Cather: Myth and Fiction in My Ántonia 
AUTHOR: Diana H. Polley p. 61 

TITLE: Willa Cather: The Secret Web 
AUTHOR: Bernice Slote p. 65 

TITLE: In Pursuit of the Outland Engine: A Fictional Source for The Professor's House 
AUTHOR: Nichole Bennet p. 71 

TITLE: Annual Willa Cather Spring Conference in Red Cloud Moves to June in 2006 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 72 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Charles Peek p. 75 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 76 

TITLE: The 11th International Willa Cather Seminar 
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker, St. Lawrence University p. 79 

Also in this issue: 

Cather's Response to Mr. Munson p. 57 
Willa Cather and Ballet p. 58 
Cather as Illustrator p. 60 
Moon Block to be Restored p. 63 
John Murphy's Favorite Cather Essay p. 65 
Foundation Receives Jane Geske Award p. 70 
How many ways can you play a piano, David? p. 70 
Board Members Receive Awards p. 73 
Julie Harris Honored at Kennedy Center" p. 73 
A Weekend of Willa, by John A (Jay Yost) p. 74 
Guests of Cather Foundation Enjoy Tour p. 74 
Steve Shively Receives Awards p. 74 
Cottey/Cather Emerging Writers Conference Held at Cather Center p. 75 
Opera House and Baptist Church Receive Thorough Scrubbing! p. 76 
Cather Foundation President Receives Award p. 77 
NSHS Has New President p. 77 
From the Cather Foundation Archives p. 77 
________________________________________________________________________________

50.1 
Summer 2006 
Issue Editor: John N. Swift 
Managing Editor: Betty Kort 
Associate Editor: Jan Offner 

TITLE: Cather Foundation Meets NEH Challenge 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: Major Gifts Help Cather Group Secure Grant 
AUTHOR: Andy Raun p. 1 

TITLE: 2006 Cather Spring Conference Expands to Third Day 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 1 

TITLE: War in Nebraska: Willa Cather's One of Ours 
AUTHOR: Andy Jones p. 3 

TITLE: An Author for the World: Willa Cather's International Readership 
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Manuel Broncano, Dr. Paula Mesquita, Dr. Francoise Palleau-Papin, Dr. Wajuppa Tossa p. 7 

TITLE: Object Lesson: Willa Cather's Brace 
AUTHOR: John N. Swift p. 11 

TITLE: Cather Foundation Accepts Ownership of Willa Cather Memorial Prairie 
AUTHOR: Dr. Charles A. Peek p. 12 

TITLE: A Quest for Memory in Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop 
AUTHOR: Haein Park p. 13 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Charles Peek p. 16 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 21 

Also in this issue: 

Spring Conference Highlights p. 5 
Scholarship Present at Spring Conference p. 6 
Cather Family Members Make a Difference p. 9 
Introducing the Director's Assistant p. 15 
Volunteers Honored at Spring Conference p. 16 
Opera House Endowment Donors p. 18 
Jan Offner Keeps the Records! p. 19 
Cather Foundation Calendar p. 20 
Spring Conference Highlights p. 21 
________________________________________________________________________________

50.2 
Fall 2006
Issue Editor: Ann Romines 
Managing Editor: Betty Kort 
Associate Editor: Jan Offner 
Graphic Design: Eric Reed 

TITLE: Volunteers Make the Difference! 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort, Executive Director p. 25 

TITLE: Coughing Girls in The Song of the Lark: Willa Cather, Breathing, and the Health of the Artist 
AUTHOR: Susan Meyer, Wellesley College p. 27 

TITLE: That D— d Mob of Women Performers: Women Artists as Rivals in Cather's Fiction 
AUTHOR: Mary R. Ryder, South Dakota State University p. 31 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Charles A. Peek p. 34 

TITLE: Vissi D'Arte: The Female Artist in Cather and Collette 
AUTHOR: Isabella Caruso, City University of New York p. 35 

TITLE: Willa Cather and Louise Burroughs: Introducing A Must-Read Correspondence 
AUTHOR: Merrill M. Skaggs, Drew University p. 38 

TITLE: Willa Cather and Myra Kelly in McClure's Magazine 
AUTHOR: Charles Peek p. 39 

TITLE: Saving Willa Cather's Birthplace 
AUTHOR: Cynthia Cather Burton, with Ann Romines, Photographs by Linda Cather p. 43 

TITLE: Object Lesson: Cather's 1923 Passport 
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker, St. Lawrence University p. 44 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 47 

Also in this issue: 

Miriam Mountford First Volunteer Award p. 25 
A Note from the Issue Editor p. 26 
Foundation Seeks Executive Director p. 37 
Marge Van Meter: A Tribute, by Betty Kort p. 42 
How to Help Save the Cather Birthplace p. 44 
Welty in Red Cloud, 1973 p. 48 
________________________________________________________________________________

50.3 
Winter 2007 
Issue Editor: Merrill M. Skaggs 
Managing Editor: Betty Kort 
Associate Editor: Jan Offner 
Graphic Design: Eric Reed 

TITLE: Return to the Prairie 
AUTHOR: Eric Reed [Not listed] p. 49 

TITLE: Return to Sender: Miscommunication in Alexander's Bridge and Soldiers' Pay 
AUTHOR: Nichole Bennett, Drew University p. 51 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Charles A. Peek p. 54 

TITLE: The Mother within the Fictional Dialogue between Faulkner and Cather 
AUTHOR: Jeevan Gurung, Drew University p. 55 

TITLE: A Farewell: Faulkner and Allusions to Shakespeare in Willa Cather's "Before Breakfast" 
AUTHOR: Dennis P. Coyle, Drew University p. 60 

TITLE: Faulkner's "Anse"-wer to Cather's Sick Rose: Anse Bundren as a Caricature of Anton Rosicky 
AUTHOR: Kathleen Schairer Svendsen, Drew University p. 63 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 71 

Also in this issue: 

Cather Foundation Calendar p. 50 
A Note from the Issue Editor p. 50 
Willa Cather in Hats p. 52 
Murphy Lectures at Santa Fe Cathedral p. 58 
Cather Foundation Contributors to Endowment and Preservation p. 67 
Moon Block Update p. 71 
NTV's "The Road Less Traveled" p. 71 
________________________________________________________________________________

51.1 
Special Edition Spring 2007 
Issue Editor: John J. Murphy 
Managing Editor: Betty Kort 

TITLE: Breaking the Shackles: A Special Issue of Six Cather Essays 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 1 

TITLE: Escaping the Prairie and Approaching Quebec 
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Brigham Young University p. 3 

TITLE: Voice of the Prairies? Willa Cather and the International Modernist Scene 
AUTHOR: Catherine Morley, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford University p. 7 

TITLE: "A Kind of French Culture": Cather, Canada, and the Quebecois 
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker, St. Lawrence University p. 11 

TITLE: Preserving and Commodifying the Past: Allusions to the Classical World in The Professor’s House 
AUTHOR: Theresa Levy, Queens College, CUNY and Sean Lake, Fordham University p. 15 

TITLE: A Message from the President 
AUTHOR: Chuck Peek p. 16 

TITLE: Sanctuary and Transformation: Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Cather's Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: Ann Moseley, Texas A&M University-Commerce p. 21 

TITLE: Cather's Nod to Mickiewicz: Pan Tadeusz, O Pioneers!, and the New World Epic 
AUTHOR: Mary R. Ryder, South Dakota University p. 25 

TITLE: Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 31 

Also in this issue: 

In Memory of Marge Van Meter p. 1 
Cather Foundation Remembers Dee Yost p. 20 
Willa Cather Series at Fairleigh Dickinson University Press p. 29 
Pianos, Pianos, Pianos! P. 31 
________________________________________________________________________________

51.2 
Fall 2007 
Issue Editor: John Swift 
Managing Editor: Betty Kort 

TITLE: 11th International Cather Seminar Explores Willa Cather: A Writer's Worlds 
AUTHOR: None listed p. 33 

TITLE: Counterpoint, Memory, and Leitmotifs in Willa Cather's "A Wagner Matinee" 
AUTHOR: Todd Giles, University of Kansas p. 35 

TITLE: Cather's A Lost Lady and Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris, Webb Institute p. 39 

TITLE: President's Message 
AUTHOR: Chuck Peek p. 44 

TITLE: Hundreds of New Cather Letters Revealed 
AUTHOR: Andrew Jewell, University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 45 

TITLE: Cather and Criticism in the Classroom: A Teaching Experiment 
AUTHOR: Josh Dolezal, Central College p. 49 

TITLE: Responding to "Breaking the Shackles" A Conversation in Letters 
AUTHORS: Janis Stout, John J. Murphy, and Catherine Morley p. 51 

TITLE: The Executive Director's Report 
AUTHOR: Betty Kort p. 53 

Also in this issue: 

Scholarships Awarded to International Seminar Participants p. 38 
"Wagner Matinee" Inspires Performance at Red Cloud Opera House p. 38 
Willa Cather in the Digital Age: the Online Archive p. 45 
2007 Cather Spring Conference Highlights Cather and Material Culture p. 48 
Director of Education and Archives Joins Cather Foundation Staff p. 50 
Red Cloud Opera House Hosts Documentary p. 50 
Board Member Steve Shively Takes New Position p. 50 
Red Cloud Opera House Schedule p. 52 
________________________________________________________________________________

51.3
Winter 2008
Issue Editor:  Ann Romines
Managing Editor:  Betty Kort

TITLE: Willa Cather and Material Culture: The Photography Exhibit p. 59
AUTHOR: Betty Kort

TITLE: Relics and Things: The Material Professor’s House p.67
AUTHOR: Janis P. Stout

TITLE: Peach Cobbler from the Cather Family Reunion p.75
AUTHOR: Ann Romines

TITLE: Executive Director’s Report p.76
AUTHOR: Betty Kort

TITLE: President’s Message p.76
AUTHOR: Chuck Peek

TITLE: Object Lessons from Cather’s Wardrobe p.78
AUTHOR: Barbara Trout

Also in this issue:
Call for papers and invitation to participate p.62
Cather Foundation 2007 Donors p.72
2008 Spring Conference and Symposium p.74
Eleanor Roosevelt on Willa Cather, 1937 p.74
Long Time Board Member Dies p.78
________________________________________________________________________________

52.1
Spring 2008
Issue Editor: Merrill Skaggs
Managing Editor: Betty Kort

TITLE: The Mobile Sections of Death Comes for the Archbishop: "Padre Martinnez," "The Month of Mary," "Cathedral," and "December Night" 
AUTHOR: Melissa DeFrancesco p. 3 

TITLE: Remembering Don Connors, Long-Time Member of the Cather Foundation Board of Governors
AUTHOR: Chuck Peek p. 8 

TITLE: Thea, Thee, or Me? Willa Cather’s Immigrant World 
AUTHOR: Cathy Bao Bean p. 9 

TITLE: Presidents Message 
AUTHOR: Chuck Peek 

TITLE: Cather Scholarship in 2006: A Bibliography 
AUTHORS: Cindy Bruneteau and Ann Moseley p. 11, 14 

TITLE: A New Discovery: A Legal Letter! 
AUTHOR: Bruce Baker p. 13 

TITLE: A Toast to Professional Friendship 
AUTHORS: Judith L. Johnson, Rider University p. 15

TITLE: My Favorite Cather Book: O Pioneers! 
AUTHOR: Barbara Wiselogel p. 17 

TITLE: Cather Foundation Receives Grant for Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Prairie Restoration 
AUTHOR: Cindy Bruneteau p. 18 

TITLE: Traveling to Red Cloud and Lenox: One Californian’s Pilgrimage 
AUTHOR: Erika Koss, Literature Specialist, National Endowment for the Arts p. 19

TITLE: Joe Urgo Introduces New Executive Director Tim Hoheisel 
AUTHOR: Joe Urgo p. 20

Also in this issue:

Optima dies. . . prima fugit: Betty Kort’s farewell p. 2 
Scholarly Contributors by Merrill Skaggs p. 3 
The Archive (featuring Cather’s mother’s teacup collection p. 4 
Josie Davis-George Remembered p. 18 
Call for Papers p. 20 
Catherine Cather Lowell Dies in California p. 21 
Call for Papers and Invitation to Participate p. 23
Jumpstarting Dreams by Stephany Thompson p. 23
_______________________________________________________________________________

52.2
Fall 2008
Issue Editor: John N. Swift
Managing Editor: Betty Kort

TITLE: Scholars, Letters, and the Uses of Intimacy 
AUTHORS: Ann Romines and Andy Jewell p.29

TITLE: "The Swedish Mother" A Recently Discovered Song Manuscript 
AUTHORS:  James E. Ford and Ariel Bybee p. 33

TITLE: The Spiritual Convergence of "Old Mrs. Harris" and Shadows on the Rock 
AUTHOR: Marvin Friedman p. 37

TITLE:  The "Iron Cage" of Acquisiton: Weber, Veblen, and Art in "Flavia and Her Artists" 
AUTHOR: Stephanie S. Gross p. 41

TITLE:  Louise Gueber: Meeting Miss Cather, Denver 1925 
AUTHOR: Merrill Maguire Skaggs p. 45

Also in this issue:

Collection added to Cather Archives-gift from Jim and Angela Southwick p. 26
Spring Conference Features Cather and Her Contemporaries p. 27
Call for papers--International Seminar 2009 p. 28
The archive-Edith Lewis camera p. 32
President's Message p. 35
Recent Cather Papers p. 39
Cather Foundation announces new website p. 44
Merrill Skaggs dies November 3, 2008 p. 45
Joseph P. Lovering Dies in New York p. 47
Foundation hosts summer programming p. 49
Call for papers-Willa Cather and Aestheticism volume p. 49
Call for papers-ALA in Boston
Spring Conference pictorial p. 51
The Cather Foundation-Preserving the Past . . . Informing the Future-Baptist Church restoration p. 52
________________________________________________________________________________

52.3
Winter 2009
Issue Editor: Steven Trout
Assistants to Issue Editor: Catherine Edwards and Tamera McGinness, Fort Hays State University
Managing Editor: Betty Kort
Assistant Editor: Cindy Bruneteau
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini

TITLE:  After Merrill Skaggs
AUTHOR: Joseph Urgo p. 55

TITLE:  Eden's Blissful Bowre in "Coming, Aphrodite!" 
AUTHOR: Kimberly Vanderlaan p. 57

TITLE: An Authenticating Hand: Willa Cather, Gertrude Stein, and the Right to Write About War 
AUTHOR: Sarah Stoeckl p. 61

TITLE: Sapphira and the Slave Girl: Willa Cather Rewrites Huckleberry Finn 
AUTHOR: John Jacobs p. 67

TITLE:  My Favorite Willa Cather Short Story "Neighbour Rosicky"
AUTHOR:  James R. Messinger p. 73

Also in this issue:

University of Nebraska at Omaha Service Learning project benefits Foundation p. 54
President's Message p. 66
The Achive-Gift from Jim and Angela Southwick (gold pin engraved "Isabelle McClung") p. 66
University of Nebraska Press publishes David Porter's On the Divide p. 71
Letters to the Editor p. 72
2008 Willa Cather Foundation Donors p. 74
Executive Director's Report p. 76
Willa Cather website p. 76
Calendar of Events p. 77
News and Events p. 79
The Willa Cather Foundation-Preserving the Past . . . Informing the Future-Harling House restoration p. 80



53.1
Spring/Summer
Issue Editor: Robert Thacker
Managing Editor: Betty Kort
Copy Editors: Virgil and Dolores Albertini

TITLE: Cather and Her Contemporaries, One of Ours, and the 2008 Spring Conference
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker p. 2

TITLE:  Bladen and Salvation: Mrs. G. P. Cather and Making of Enid Royce
AUTHOR: Rebecca J. Faber p. 3

TITLE:  Willa Cather, Edith Wharton and American Soldiers in France
AUTHOR: Juile Olin-Ammentorp p. 9

TITLE: Spring Conference Features Willa Cather "On Deck" 
AUTHOR: Charles Peek and John Murphy p. 14

TITLE: "How to Tell a True War Story": Reading One of Ours 
Through Sergeant's Shadow-Shapes and Hemingway's A Farewell  to Arms
AUTHOR: Diane Prenatt p. 15

TITLE:  "As if something obscure had been made clear": The Making of a Mission in Cather's One of Ours
AUTHOR:  Charmion Gustke p. 19

TITLE: The Rogers Group: An Object Lesson Revisited
AUTHOR: Jeanne C. Collins p. 22

Also in this issue:

Managing Editor's Note p. 8 and p. 21
Beyond Baseball: The Life of Roberto Clemente P. 11
University of Nebraska Press publishes Shapphira and the Slave Girl and Youth and the Bright Medusa Scholarly Edition p. 13
Heritage Highway p. 23
Remembrance of Nancy Chinn p. 23
President's Message p. 24
Prairie Writers' Workshop p. 24
Call for Papers: Food, Drink, and Willa Cather's Writing p. 25
Special Summer Events p. 27
The Willa Cather Foundation-Preserving the Past . . . Informing the Future-Harling House restoration p.28



53.2
Fall 
Issue Editor: Ann Romines
Managing Editor: Betty Kort
Copy Editors: Virgil and Dolores Albertini

TITLE: Kansas-Nebraska Acts: Territorial Imagination in "El Dorado," The Song of the Lark, and The Professor's House.
AUTHOR: Daryl W. Palmer p. 31

TITLE:  Willa Cather's Field Guide to Wildflowers: The object and What It Tells 
AUTHOR: Janis P. Stout p. 37

TITLE:  New Development with the Cather Scholarly Edition
AUTHOR: Guy Reynolds p. 43

TITLE: Serena's Album: A New Web Resource for Cather Scholars and Readers
AUTHOR: Ann Romines and Kari Ronning  p. 48

TITLE: New Cather Acquisition at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries
AUTHOR: University of Nebraska-Lincoln p. 50

TITLE: 2009 International Cather Seminar in Chicago 
AUTHOR:  Andrew Jewell  p. 52

TITLE: The One-Sentence Wonder: Willa Cather's Shortest Book
AUTHOR: Jeanne C. Collins p. 55

Also in this issue:

In Memory of Robert Henigan: A Cather Appreciation p.36
Associated University Press and Willa Cather Bookstore offers Willa Cather and the Dance  P. 41
President's Message  p. 42
Visit Historice Red Cloud, Nebraska  p. 42
Discovering the Prototype for Charley Edwards in "Paul's Case" p. 43
A Picture of Marjorie p. 45
Cather as "Singing Novelist", Looking Toward a Scholarly Collected Poems p. 46
Call for Papers: Food, Drink, and Willa Cather's Writing p. 50
Fairleigh Dickison University Press, New Books on Willa Cather  p. 50
Cather Cookbook in The Works: A Delicious Preview Recipe  p.51
Red Cloud: Willa Cather's Window to the World June 7-11, 2010 P. 51
Prairie Writers' Workshop July 2010 p. 51
Christmas Memories p. 56



53.3
Spring 2010
Issue Editor: Steven Trout, Fort Hays State University 
Co-Issue Editor: Michelle Webb, Fort Hays State University
Copy Editors: Virgils Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Desing: Kelly Blanchat

TITLE: Not Stories at All, but Life Itself
AUTHOR: The Right Reverend Frank T. Griswold, XXV Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
P. 60

TITLE: 275 Steps from La Fonda: Cather, Puvis, and Santa Fe's St. Francis Murals
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy, Emeritus, Brigham Young University p. 69

TITLE: New Letter Affirms Cather as Southerner and Teacher
AUTHOR: Ann Romines and Steven B. Shively p. 75

TITLE: George Gerwig's Double Tragedy and Cather's "Double Birthday"
AUTHOR: Timothy Bintrim, Saint Francis University & Kari Ronning, 
Tha Cather Project, UN-Lincoln p. 78

TITLE: Betty Kort: An Appreciation
AUTHOR: Bruce Baker

TITLE: Two Members of Board of Governors Acceopt New Positions

Also in this issue:
Letter from the President p. 59
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Seeking Life Whole: Willa Cather and the Brewsters p. 74
Smith College and the Willa Cather Foundation present, The International Cather Seminar 2011 Willa Cather and the Nineteenth Century p.84
Discover Willa Cather's Red Cloud ad p. 86



54.1
Summer 2010

Issue Editor: Robert Thacker, St. Lawrence Universtiy
Copy Editor: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Kelly Blanchat

TITLE:  The Genius Revisited: Willa Cather and Spriti of Place
AUTHOR: Joseph C. Murphy p. 2

TITLE: Scenes from the 55th Annual Willa Cather Spring Conference p.12

TITLE: "Miss Cather Talks on Technique"
AUTHOR: Fredric "Fritz" Klees p. 14

TITLE: Les filles du roi and Female Destinations in Shadows on the Rock
AUTHOR: Jacqueline H. Harris p. 16

TITLE: Remembrances: Chuck Mignon and Linda Ross
AUTHORS: Guy Reynolds and Robert Thacker p. 24

TITLE: Preserving our Past, Pioneering Our Future p. 24

TITLE: John Murphy Delivers Santa Fe 400th Anniversary Lecture on Cather p.25

TITLE: Family Bequest Continues Cather Legacy p. 27

Also in this issue:

Letter from the President p. 3
May We Get Personal? p. 3
Explore the Rich ( And Delicious) Legacy of a Great AMERICAN Writer ad p. 11
Cather in Spearfish p. 13
Smith College and the Willa Cather Foundation Present, The International Cather Seminar 2011 
p.24



Volume 54, No.2
Special Double Issue
Fall 2010

Issue Editor: Ann Romines, George Washington University
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Kelly Blanchat

TITLE: "I Have Some Champagne for You"; Wine in Willa Cather's Fiction p.32
AUTHOR: David Porter

TITLE: A Plain Legacy p.37
AUTHOR: Mary Dixon 

TITLE: Sanitary Piggeries and Chaste Hens: Willa Cather and the Pure Food Movement p.38
AUTHOR: Susan Meyer

TITLE: "The Bohemian Girl," "Old Mrs. Harris," and the Hospitalities of Red Cloud p.48
AUTHOR: Daryl W. Palmer

TITLE: Cookbooks, Cooking, and Cather's Art: Exploring the Cather Foundation Archives p.52
AUTHOR: Ann Romines

TITLE: Digesting the Male Tradition: Food and Drink in The Song of the Lark p.56
AUTHOR: Priscilla Leder

TITLE: "Food To Be Absorbed and Transformed": The Melting Pots of O Pioneers! and "The Bohemian Girl" p.60
AUTHOR: Jean C. Griffith

TITLE: Somewhere Between Temperance and Prohibition: The Wandering Alcoholics in The Song of the Lark p.65
AUTHOR: Charmion Gustke

TITLE: Food, Drink, and Cather at 2010 Spring Conference  P.70

TITLE: 'A Crime Against Art': My Ántonia, Food, and Cather's Anti-Americanization Argument p.72
AUTHOR: Andrew Jewell

TITLE: Of Coconut Cake and Consommè: Willa Cather's School of Cookery p.77
AUTHOR: Elaine Smith

TITLE: Prairie Museum Host Cather Cookbook Lunch p.79

TITLE: "Driven by Starvation": Hunger in Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop and Shadows on the Rock p.81
AUTHOR: Steven B. Shively

TITLE: Learning to Like Chili Colorado: Constructing Culture in Death Comes for the Archbishop p.85
AUTHOR: Esther M. Lopez

TITLE: Cather's Virginia Remembered in Shenandoah University Exhibit p.91

Also in this issue:

Letter from the President p.30
Contributors to This Issue p.31
University of Nebraska Press Ad: Cather Studies Volume 8. Willa Cather: A Writer's Worlds Edited by John J. Murphy and Robert Thaker P. 59




Volume 54, No.3
Spring 2011

Issue Editor: Steven Trout, Fort Hays State University
Co-Issue Editor: Katherine Jones, Fort Hays State University
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Kelly Blanchat

TITLE: The Ghosts Among Us p.96
AUTHOR: Stephany Thompson

TITLE: Finding Cather's Correspondence with Alfred A. Knopf p.98
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker 

TITLE: The Newly Discovered Cather - Alfred A. Knopf Correspondence and One of Ours p.101
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris

TITLE: Focusing on Cather's Readers Past and Present p.108
AUTHOR: Charles Johanningsmeier

Also in this issue:

Letter from the President p.95
Contributors to This Issue p.114
Smith College and The Willa Cather Foundation present: The International Cather Seminar 2011 June 20 - 25, 2011 pg. 116


Volume 55, No.1
Summer 2011

Issue Editor: Robert Thacker, St. Lawrence University
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Kelly Blanchat

TITLE: The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Norma Roos Walter Scholarship p. 3
AUTHOR: Virgil Albertini

TITLE: Hamilton and Higher Education: Revisiting Willa Cather's The Professor's House as an Academic Novel  p.7
AUTHOR: Steven Trout

TITLE: "Archbishop Latour's"  Garden p.15

TITLE: Remembering James Woodress, 1916-2011 p.16
AUTHOR: Margaret Anne O'Connor

TITLE: Reverberations "Exterior - to Time" in Lucy Gayheart and McEwan's On Chesil Beach p. 18
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy

TITLE: Charles E. Cather Collection Donated ot the University of Nebraska p. 26
AUTHOR: Andrew Jewell

Also in this issue:

Letter from the President p.3
Welcome Our New Executive Director Leslie Levy p.3
Save the Date p.6
Willa Cather, Poet: Making Herself Born- Call For Papers and Invitation to Participate p.24
Contributors to This Issue p.25


Volume 55, No.2
Fall 2011

Issue Editor: Ann Romines
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Bunny Zaruba Design

TITLE: Toward Completing a Triptych: The "Hard Punishments" Fragments p2
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy

TITLE: "By the Sweat of Thy Brow": Work, Gender, and Eden in Cather's My Àntonia and Hurston's "Sweat"  p.7
AUTHOR: Adrienne Akins

TITLE: Recalling Northampton p. 14
AUTHOR: Elisabeth Bayley and Sarah Clere

TITLE: "Paestum"l: An Unpublish poem from Cather's Grand Tour of Italy p.17
AUTHOR: Mark Madigan

TITLE: "The Crowning Flight of Egotism": Willa Cather, Sarah Bernhardt, and the Cult of Celebrity p. 25
AUTHOR: Evelyn Funda

TITLE: Rin Tin Tin Come to Red Cloud p. 31

TITLE: Rememberin Loretta Wasserman p. 32
AUTHOR: Ann Romines

TITLE: Joan Crane, Bibliographer p.33
AUTHOR: Kari Ronning

TITLE: Remembering Charles E. Cather p.34
AUTHOR: Ann Romines

Also in this issue:

Letter from the President p.1
Letter from the Executive Director Leslie Levy p.1
Cather Studies, Volume 9 Ad p.30
Contributors to This Issue p.25
Cather Books & Gifts Ad p.37
Willa Cather, Poet: Making Herself Born- Call For Papers and Invitation to Participate p.37



Volume 55, No.3
Summer 2012

Issue Editors: Steven Trout
Co- Editor: Hannah Bruner
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Bunny Zaruba Design

TITLE: Recomposing Nineteenth-Century Nebraska: Red Cloud Newspapers and Cather's "Hired Girls" in My Antonia p.2
AUTHOR: Daryl W. Palmer

TITLE: Beulah Land: Re-Considering the Ending of O Pioneers! p.10
AUTHOR: Steven B. Shively

TITLE: J. Hyatt Downing's A Prayer for Tomorrow: Cather's A Lost Lady, Dakota Style p.17
AUTHOR: Mary Ruth Ryder

TITLE: Frederick M Link 1930-2011 p.23

TITLE:The Foundation receives a Priceless Book Collection p. 24

TITLE: Shopping with Willa p. 289

Also in this issue:

Letter from the President p.1
Letter from the Executive Director Leslie Levy p.1
Foundation Welcome New Education Director Tracy Tucker p.26
Contributors to This Issue p.27
Prairie Preservation p.30



Volume 56, No. 1 
Fall-Winter 2012

Issue Editor: Robert Thacker
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Bunny Zaruba Design

TITLE: Scenes from Provencal Life: The Influence of Alphonse Daudet p. 2
AUTHOR: Diane Prenatt

TITLE: April Twilights (1903): Echos from a Child's Garden p.8
AUTHOR: Elaine Smith

TITLE: Cather, Edward Burne-Jones, and the Art of Enchantment p. 17
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris

TITLE: Willa Cather's Early Poems p. 24
AUTHOR: Mary R. Ryder 

TITLE: Cather's "Rosary" and Nevin's Legacy in April Twilights (1903) p. 28
AUTHOR: Timothy Bintrim 

TITLE: Looking for Another Cather p. 37
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker

Also in this Issue: 
Letter from the President p. 1
Letter from the Executive Director Leslie Levy p. 1
Reading Susan J. Rosowski At the Miner House p. 34
14th International Willa Cather Seminar Call for Papers p. 34
Contributors to this Issue p. 36



Volume 56, No. 2 
Spring 2013 

Issue Editor: Ann Romines
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini
Design: Bunny Zaruba Design 

TITLE: Editing the Cather Letters p. 2
AUTHORS: Janis Stout and Andrew Jewell 

TITLE: Mariel Gere: August 1, 1893 p. 8
Performing "Spooniness": Cather to Gere on Pound 
AUTHOR: Marilee Lindemann

TITLE: Mariel Gere: August 4, 1896 p. 11
Beginning Again: Willa Cather in Pittsburgh
AUTHOR: Kari Ronning

TITLE: Sarah Orne Jewett: December 19 [1908]
Seeking the "Quiet Centre of Life": Cather Replies to Sarah Orne Jewett
AUTHOR: Steven B. Shively

TITLE: Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant: May 21 [1912]
The Arizona Letters
AUTHOR: Ann Moseley 

TITLE: Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant: April 22 [1913]
A World in Miniature
AUTHOR: Guy Reynolds

TITLE: Ferris Greenslet: March 28, 1915
"On the Spot": Willa Cather's Remarkable Quotation Marks
AUTHOR: John Plotz

TITLE: Ferris Greenslet: May 19, [1919]
Heading to Knopf
AUTHOR: Robert Thacker

TITLE: Mary Virginia Boak Cather: December 6 [1919]
"Becoming Rather 'Famous'"
AUTHOR: Matthew Lavin

TITLE: Alfred A. Knopf: August 26 [1921]
On the Title for One of Ours
AUTHOR: Richard C. Harris

TITLE: Henry Louis Mencken: February 6 [1922]
In Confidence
AUTHOR: David Stouck

TITLE: Lousie Guerber Burroughs: October 15 [1926]
1926: Blue Eyes on the Platte Enters Gayheartedly
AUTHOR: David Porter

TITLE: Dorothy Canfield Fisher: Sunday [June 14?, 1931]
Sheltering Shadows
AUTHOR: John J. Murphy

TITLE: Carrie Miner Sherwood: January 27, 1934
A Picture of a Memory
AUTHOR: Susan Naramore Maher

TITLE: James Cather: July 12 [1934?]
"Luck and Success Are Very Different Things": Lessons from the Bank Vault
AUTHOR: Charmion Gustke

TITLE: Jozsef Remenyi: October 12 [1934]
The Allure of Newfoundland
AUTHOR: Mark Madigan

TITLE: Edith Lewis: Sunday 4:30 P.M. [October 5, 1936]
Two Solitudes
AUTHOR: Thomas Reese Gallagher

TITLE: Roscoe Cather: June 29, 1938
Cather's Family Values
AUTHOR: Sarah Clere

TITLE: Elsie Cather: May 26, 1939
"Goodbye, Dear House"
AUTHOR: James Southwick

TITLE: Rose Ackroyd: May 16, 1941
Virginia Memories "Awakened": The Ackroyd-Cather Letters
AUTHOR: Ann Romines

TITLE: Meta Schaper Cather: [1942?]
Short Letter, Big Meaning
AUTHOR: Melissa Homestead

TITLE: Virginia, Margaret, and Elizabeth Cather: September 10, 1945
"Be a Little Prouder": Willa Cather on the Business World
AUTHOR: John Cather Ickis

TITLE: Meta Schaper Cather: January 16, 1947
Willa and Meta: Two Friends
AUTHOR: Trish Schreiber

Also in this Issue: 
Letter from the Executive Director Leslie Levy p. 1
Letter from the President p. 1 
Cather Second Home Lodging p. 54
Willa Cather: Canyon, Rock & Mesa Country International Willa Cather Seminar 2013 p. 55
New Virtual Tour p. 55
Contributors to this Issue p. 56
Spring Conference Ad - Back Cover 



Volume 56, No. 3
Fall 2013 

Issue Editor: Steven Trout
Assistant Issue Editor: Katherine Pope
Managing Editor: Thomas Reese Gallagher
Copy Editors: Virgil Albertini and Dolores Albertini 
Design: Bunny Zaruba Design

TITLE: Of Nazis. False-bottomed Suitcases, and Paperback Reprints: Der Tod kommt zum Erzbischof (Death Comes for the Archbishop) in Germany, 1936-1952 p. 2
AUTHOR: Charles Johanningsmeier

TITLE: "Narrative Nostalgia" and Embodied Gender Inversion in My Antonia p. 13
AUTHOR: Carrie Duke

TITLE: Cather Camp p. 19
AUTHORS: Francoise Palleau-Papin, James Jaap, and Tracy Tucker

TITLE: Blanche Housman Gelfant (1922-2013
AUTHOR: David Stouck 

Also in this Issue:
Letter from the President p. 1
Letter from the Executive Director Leslie Levy p. 1
Cather in Europe, Europe in Cather p. 25
Willa Cather Spring Conference and Scholarly Symposium Call for Papers p. 26
Contributors to this Issue p. 28
New Friends from Brazil - Inside Back Cover
2014 Willa Cather Calendar - Back Cover 

Index

Index
Index

Index of the Willa Cather Review


Legacy data note: This index was developed before digital images of the Review were able to be shared with our members and readers; now that we have that capability, the index is not been updated beyond its initial scope. Though less detailed, the Table of Contents originally compiled by Virgil and Dolores Albertini has been kept up to date and may be of use.

 

Don Connors
Long-time Willa Cather Foundation Board Member
and Commissioner of the Index project

Introduction

Preparing an index for an organizational newsletter was very different from compiling a book index. In a book index, little information about the listing, other than page numbers and subheadings, is needed. However, I found myself asking what information a researcher might need from this index, knowing that a copy of a particular issue of the Willa Cather Newsletter & Review might not be readily available. Thus, I created my own version of a "scholarly index" that includes bibliographic listings for authors and works cited in the newsletter. I added subheadings to clarify entries that had a direct relationship to Cather studies. I also decided to divide the index into eras since the format and emphasis of the newsletter changed over time. This first division is for the 1950s and 1960s. In subsequent divisions the style choices may vary.

Many names are listed in this index, and many have only one entry in the newsletter. Usually these are names of persons who were visitors or donors to the Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial (WCPM). While these names could be eliminated according to book indexing principles, I decided to retain them given the WCPM Newsletter is a historical document of the organization, and such persons play an important role in sustaining the WCPM.

Note: Scholars may find it useful to refer to "A Table of Contents of the Willa Cather Newsletter and Review: 1957-2004," compiled by Virgil and Dolores Albertini, in conjunction with this index.

Thanks

I am especially appreciative of the help and support I received from Cather scholar and friend, John P. Anders while working on this project. I owe a large debt to Sarah Fairchild, for her proof reading and sound advice. I am ever grateful to my husband, James G. Walla, for his encouragement and patience.

Julie A. Thomson

 

 

Understanding and Using this Index

While the WCPM Newsletter uses Roman numerals to designate each volume, and Arabic numbers for the issue, the index uses all Arabic numbers and a period between the volume and issue numbers. For example: Vol. I, No. 1 is listed as 1.1, which is followed by a colon and the appropriate pages for that entry (1.1:2 or 12.2:3, 4 or 9.1:2-3).

Compiled by

Julie A. Thomson
at the request of and in memoriam to Donald E. Connors, 
member of the Willa Cather Foundation Board of Governors (1973 - 2008)



Newsletter Index


Volume I, Number 1: Summer, 1957 through Volume XIII, Number 2: Fall, 1969

*Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation (beginning Fall, 1965: Volume IX, Number 2)

Abbame, Abdullah, 7.2:1
Abbott, Mrs. Roscoe, 12.2:3
Aeschbacher, W. D.: "Out of Old Nebraska" column by, 2.2:1
Akerman, Helena, 11.2:3
Akers, Arthur Kellog, 1.2:1, 4, 2.1:3
Albert and Agnes Schantz Foundation, 9.2:1
Alberts, Edwin C., 8.2:2
Albright, Ione, 1.2:4
Alexander's Bridge (Cather), 1.2:3
"Alexander's Masquerade" (Cather), McClure's Magazine Feb.-April, 1912, 1.2:3
Allan, Tom, 6.2:3, 7.2:2, 8.2:2; photos by 13.2:1
American Association for State and Local History, award from, 9.2:1
"An Evening with Willa Cather" concert, 11.1:3
Anderson, Mrs. Elwyn, 8.1:1
Antonia. See Pavelka, Anna Sadilek (Annie)
April Twilights (Cather): editions of, 5.2:2, 6.2:3, 7.1:4, 10.1:3, 13.1:4, 13.2:2;
            order blank for, 1.1:1. See also Slote, Bernice
Armstrong, Harry: Armstrong-Templeman, Inc., 13.1:1
artwork: Forgotten (Faulkner), 2.1:2; Marshlands (Kirsh), 10.2:3; paintings by Nebraskans,
            2.2:2, 12.1:3; prints of book scenes, 1.1:1; Willa Cather bust (Swan), 6.2:4; Willa
            Cather portraits, 6.2:2
Atherton, Marguarite, 4.1:1
Atkinson, Brooks: New York Times article, Nov. 24, 1961, 6.1:2
Atkinson, C. B., 6.2:2, 7.1:2
Auchincloss, Louis: Pioneers and Caretakers: A Study of Nine American Women
            Novelists, 9.2:3
Auld, Jessica Cather (sister), 6.2:1, 2, 8.2:3; death of, 9.1:2
Autobiography of Ellen Terry, 2.1:2
Autobiography of S. S. McClure, 1.2:3, 2.1:2
Ayer, Jennie Cather, 1.2:4
Baker, Bruce: "Nebraska Regionalism in Selected Works of Willa Cather," Western
            American Literature, Spring, 1968, 12.2:3
Baker, Irv, 6.2:3
Bald Bluff, 8.2:1
Barnes, Ethel, 12.1:1, 13.2:1
Barrios, Norma A., 2.1:3
Baughman, Ken, 12.2:3
Beadell, Robert, 13.2:3
Beams, Sylvia, 1.2:3
Benner, Jean, 7.1:1 
Bennett, Mildred R.: article about, 13.2:3; Cather letter edited by, 13.1:3; Cliff's Notes on
            My Antonia, 6.2:3; Collier’s Encyclopaedia, article for, 2.1:1, 6.2:3; Early Stories of
            Willa Cather
, 1.1:2, 2.1:2, 2.2:1, 8.2:2, 10.2:3; "How Willa Cather Chose Her Names"
            5.2:1, 6.1:1; on "Meet the Author" TV, 5.2:2; photo of, 10.2:1, 13.2:1; Seydell Quarterly,
            Winter 1960, 4.1:1; as WCPM President, 1.2:1, 2.2:1, 3.2:1, 2, 4.2:1, 6.2:2, 7.1:3, 7.2:2,
            8.1:1, 8.2:3, 12.2:1, 13.1:4; Willa Cather's Collected Short Fiction, 1892-1912, 9.1:3,
            9.2:3, 10.1:3; "Willa Cather in Pittsburgh," Prairie Schooner, Spring 1959, 3.1:2, 4.1:1;
            The World of Willa Cather, 2.1:2, 4.2:2, 6.1:1, 6.2:3 9.1:3, 12.2:3 
Bennett, W. K., 6.1:1, 6.2:2, 10.1:1, 11.2:1
Bentall, Grace, 2.1:2
Best, Mrs. C. J., 11.2:3
Bladen, Nebraska, 9.2:2
Blind Tom: as Blind d'Arnault, 2.1:2
Bloom, Edward A. and Lillian D.: "Shadows on the Rock: Notes on the Composition of a
            Novel," Twentieth Century Literature, 1.2:3; Willa Cather's Gift of Sympathy, 6.2:3
Blue, Mary Etta, 4.1:2
Boak, Grandmother: teapot of 1.2:3
Bowen, Kenneth L., 9.2:1
Boyd, Elizabeth Pavelka, 9.2:2, 11.1:1
Bradbury, Ray: letter from, 10.2:3
Bradley, Van Allan: Chicago Daily News article by, 13.1:3-4
Brockway, Mr. & Mrs. John: as Cather relatives, 8.2:3
Brown, Donna, 1.2:4
Brown, Marion Marsh: The Many Faces of Willa Cather, photo of, 13.1:2
Brown Mortuary, Superior, NE, 7.2:1
Brush, Mr. & Mrs. C. H., 2.2:1
Burlington and Missouri Railroad, 9.2:2
Burlington Depot: “Cather Foundation Saves 1897 Red Cloud Depot,” Preservation News,
            May, 1967, 11.2:3; in CB&Q "Burlington Bulletin" 10.2:2; donations, 9.2:1-2, 12.1:4,
            13.1:2, 13.2:1-2; in Historic Preservation, 10.1:2; photo, 9.2:1, 13.2:1; preservation
            of, 10.2:2, 11.1:3, 12.2:1, 2
Bush, Sargent, Jr.: "Shadows on the Rock and Willa Cather's View of the Past,"
            Queen's Quarterly, summer 1969, 13.2:2
Busing, Nancy: as essay winner for "Willa Cather's Special Love", 12.2:1
Byrne, Mrs. Herbert F.: prospective book by, 9.1:3
Caha, Ruby, 2.1:2 
Campbell, Carolyn, 4.1:2
Canfield, Dorothy: “Fear That Walks at Noonday,” Sombrero, (W. Cather co-author), 2.1:2.
            See also Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
Cather, Alverna (aunt), 1.2:3, 4 
Cather, Barbara Lawrence (Mrs. Jasper Cather), 3.1:2
Cather, Catherine Lawrence (Mrs. Jasper Cather), 3.1:2
Cather, Charles (father): desk of, 1.2:3
Cather, Charles (nephew), 8.2:3, 11.2:1
Cather, Mrs. Charles, 12.2:3
Cather, Ella (Ella Cather Lewis) (niece), 11.2:1
Cather, Elsie (sister), 6.2:1, 7.2:1; death of, 8.2:3, 9.1:2; possessions of, 10.1:1, 11.1, 2,
            11.2:1, 2, 12.1:1
Cather, G. P. (cousin): as Claude Wheeler prototype, 4.2:1, 12.1:3
Cather, Mrs. George (aunt), 12.1:3
Cather, J. Howard: donation of family history, 2.2:2
Cather, James (brother), 8.2:3, 11.2, 1, death of, 10.2:2
Cather, Jasper (great-great-grandfather), 3.1:2 
Cather, Jessica. See Auld, Jessica Cather (sister)
Cather, John E. (Jack) (brother), 2.1:1, 11.2:1
Cather, Lawrence A., 3.1:2
Cather, Mrs. L. A.: display by, 4.1:1
Cather, Rev. Morris, 8.2:3
Cather, Roscoe C. (brother), 1.1:2, 7.2:1
Cather, Mrs. Roscoe, 7.2:1, 8.2:3
Cather, Wayne (cousin), 4.1:2, 10.2:3, 13.1:2
Cather, Willa: 
            burial site of, 1.2:3
            and Carrie Miner Sherwood, 1.2:5 
            childhood, 9.2:2, 13.2:3. See also Cather childhood home
            as college student, 11.1:1, 13.2:1
            commemorative stamp of, 13.2:3 
            as editor, 6.2:1, 9.1:4
            Episcopal Church, membership in, 13.2:2 
            existentialism in, 12.2:1-2
            as ghost writer, 1.2:3, 2.1:2
            honors, 13.2:3-4; degrees, 6.2:1, 9.1:4, 13.1:3, hoods, 9.2:2, 12.1:3
            interests, 9.2:3, 12.2:3
            letters, 1.1:1, 1.2:3, 4, 3.2:2, 7.1:2;
                        published, 13.1:3;
                        to Sinclair Lewis, 10.1:3;
                        to WWI veterans, 4.2:1 
            museum commentary, quotes from, 12.1:3, 13.1:2
            in Pittsburgh, 3.1:2, 11.1:3
            portraits of, 6.2:2; bust for Nebraska Hall of Fame, 6.1:2, 6.2:4, 7.2:2
            possessions of, 1.1:1, 1.2:3, 11.1:2, 11.2:2 
            and Sarah Orne Jewett, 1.2:3
            translations of. See foreign editions
            Whale Grove cottage of, 10.1:3
            works:
            Alexander's Bridge (“Alexander's Masquerade”), 1.2:3 
            April Twilights, 5.2:2, 7.1:3, 10.1:3, 13.1:4, 13.2:2
            "Are You Sleeping, Little Brother" poem, 11.2:1 
            "The Best Years," 10.2:2, 11.2:3; setting for, 4.2:1, 10.1:1, 11.1:2, 11.2:2, 13.2:2
            Britannica Library of Great American Writing, selections in, 11.1:3; 
            Death Comes for the Archbishop, 7.1:2; Armed Forces edition, 12.2:4; Fiction
                        Catalog listing of, 13.2:2 
            Early Stories of Willa Cather (M. Bennett, ed.) 1.1:2, 2.1:2, 2.2:1, 8.2:2, 10.2:3 
            "The Easter Rabbit" poem holograph, 12.1:1 
            "Fear That Walks at Noonday," Sombrero, (D. Canfield co-author), 2.1:2 
            Fifty Years (C. Fadiman, ed.), 10.1:3 
            "Going Home (Burlington Route)" poem, 10.2:2; typescript of, 13.2:2 
            "Jack-a-Boy": in Prairie Schooner, Spring, 1959, 3.1:2 
            A Lost Lady: prototype, 6.2:1; displays, 7.1:2, 12.1:3, 4, 13.1:1; in Fifty Years, 10.1:3;
                        setting for, 7.1:1; 9.1:3, 9.2:2 
            Lucy Gayheart: display, 12.1:3; music in, 7.1:2; setting for, 9.2:2 
            "Macon Prairie": prototype, 1.2:4 
            "The Man Who Wrote Narcissus": Ladies Home Journal 1901, 3.2:2 
            My Antonia, 12.2:2; award for, 13.2:4; Cliff's Notes on, 6.2:3; display, 12.1:3; listing in
                        Fiction Catalog, 13.2:2; prototypes, 1.2:4, 5, 2.1:2, 11.1:1, 11.2:2, 12.1:1, 12.2:3,
                        13.2:2; setting for, 4.1:1, 8.2:1, 9.2:2, 3, 12.2:1; quotes, 7.1:1, 10.1:2
            "Old Mrs. Harris": display, 11.2:2-3, 13.2:2; prototype, 4.1:2; setting for, 4.2:1,
                        10.1:1, 11.1:2 
            On Writing, 2.1:3, 12.2:1 
            One of Ours, 4.2:1; display, 7.1:1, 12.1:3; Pulitzer Prize for, 13.2:3 
            O Pioneers! 12.2:1; display, 7.1:1, 12.1:3; quotes from, 8.2:1, 9.1:3
            "Prairie Dawn" poem: musical setting for, 11.1:3; 
            The Professor's House: 9.2:3; display, 12.1:3; prototype, 12.2:3; Spanish edition, 8.2:2 
            Sapphira and the Slave Girl: setting for, 8.2:3 
            "The Sentimentality of William Tavener": Literary
            Cavalcade, Nov. 1957, 1.2:2 
            "The Sculptor's Funeral": display, 8.1:2, 11.1:2, 12.1:3, 13.1:1; setting for, 9.2:2 
            Shadows on the Rock, award for, 13.2:3-4 
            The Song of the Lark, 12.2:1; display, 11.2:2, 12.1:3; setting for, 4.2:1, 9.2:2, 10.1:1,
                        11.1:2, 13.2:2 
            "The Treasure of Far Island," 9.2:2 
            "Two Friends": Fifty Years, 10.1:3
            Wagnerian Romances (Hall): introduction to, 7.1:2
            Willa Cather's Collected Short Fiction, 1892-1912 (V. Faulkner, ed.), 9.1:3, 9.2:3, 10.1:3
            The World and the Parish: Willa Cather's Articles and Reviews, 1893-1903 (Curtin, ed.),
                        11.1:3. 
            See also entries beginning with “Willa Cather”
Cather, Mrs. William (grandmother): as Grandmother Burden prototype, 1.2:4
Cather childhood home: dedication of, 12.2:3; photos of, 11.2:1-3; purchase of, 4.1:1, 4.2:1,
            5.1:2, 6.1:1, 12.1:4; restoration of, 6.2:2, 10.1:1, 11.1:2, 12.2:1, 13.1:2, 13.2:2; as setting
             for works, 4.2:1, 9.1:2, 13.2:2 
Cather Country. See Catherland
Cather site markers, 7.1:1. See also walking plows
Catherland: Centennial County Award, 10.2:4; displays, 12.1:3; historical marker dedication,
            10.1:4, 10.2:1; Legislative Proclamation of 9.2:1; “Operation Catherland,” 9.2, 3;
            signage for, 8.1:2, 8.2:2, 9.1:1, 3, 11.1:2; tours of, 9.2:2, 10.1:2, 10.2:2, 13.1:3
Catherton Literary Society, 12.1:3
Catherton Precinct, 13.2: 3. See also Webster County, Nebraska
Catholic Church. See Red Cloud Catholic Church
Central High School, Omaha 2.2:2, 3.2:2
Charles, Sister Peter Damian: "My Antonia: A Dark Dimension," Western American Literature,
            Summer 1967, 11.2:3; "A Novel of Love and Death," New Mexico Quarterly, winter
            1966-67, 12.2:4
Clemens, Cyril, 7.1:2, 12.2:3
Cliff's Notes on My Antonia (M. Bennett), 6.2:3
Clutter, Kyd (cousin), 1.2:4 
Colby College, Waterville, Maine, 3.2:2
Colby Literary Quarterly, June 1968: Cather edition, 12.2:3
Columbia University: honorary degree from, 9.2:2, 13.2:3
Combs, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Stickney, 1.1:2
Connors, Donald E., 3.2:2, 8.1:1, 8.2:3

Coon, Gertrude, 12.2:3
Cooper, Clara B. ("Willa Cather: The Nature of Evil and Its Purgation"): photo of, 13.1:2
Costi, Guilione, 2.2:2
Creighton, Mary Miner, 11.1:1. See also Miner, Mary 
Creighton University, 9.2:2, 13.2:3
Crone, Ruth, (The Many Faces of Willa Cather): photo of, 13.1:2
Crozier, Mrs. Alfred, 2.1:3
Curtin, William M.: "Willa Cather: Individualism and Style," Colby Literary Quarterly, June
            1968, 12.2:3; Willa Cather: Traditions and Techniques, as working title, 6.2:3; The
            World and the Parish: Willa Cather's Articles and Reviews, 1893-1903
, 11.1:3 
Curtis, Carl T.: remarks to U.S. Senate by, 13.2:3
Day, Bess: "A Famous Nebraska Friendship," Omaha World Herald Magazine, July 28, 1957,
            1.2:2
Death Comes for the Archbishop (Cather), 7.1:2; Armed Forces edition, 12.2:4; Fiction Catalog
            listing of, 13.2:2
Depot. See Burlington Depot
Deschaux, Monique, 9.1:3
Diehl, Katherine S., 13.1:2
Dolan, Elizabeth: artwork of, 2.2:2, 12.1:3
Dugdale, Charlie and Mickey, 13.1:1
Duren, Terence, 2.2:2, 3.2:2
Early Stories of Willa Cather (M. Bennett, ed.), 1.1:2, 2.1:2, 2.2:1, 8.2:2, 10.2:3
Episcopal Church, Red Cloud (Grace Episcopal), 13.1:2
Erickson, Tena, 2.2:2
Eugene C. Eppley Foundation, 6.1:2, 7.1:3
Fadiman, Clifton: Fifty Years edited by, 10.1:3
Farmer's and Merchant's Bank (Silas Garber Bank Building), 13.2:2. See also Red Cloud
            City Hall 
Faulkner, Kady: artwork of, 2.1:2, 12.1:3
Faulkner, Virginia, 2.1:2, 3.2:1; as editor, 9.1:3, 9.2:3, 11.1:3
Fechin, Nicoloi: charcoal portrait by, 6.2:2
Fette, V. H., 9.2:1-2
Fifty Years (C. Fadiman, ed.), 10.1:3
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 3.1:2. See also Canfield, Dorothy
Fleck, R., 13.2:2
Ford, Mrs. Ben, 12.2:3
foreign editions: Bengali, 12.2:3, 13.1:2; British 7.1:2; Czech, 11.2:3; Icelandic, 10.1:3; Italian,
            2.1:2; German, 1.1:2, 2.1:2, 3, 12.2:3; Japanese, 1.1:2, 11.1:3, 12.2:3; Korean, 12.2:3;
            Persian, 12.2:3; Polish, 12.2, 3; Spanish, 2.1:2, 8.2:2; Swedish, 8.2:2; Urdu, 12.2:3
Fox, John, 1.2:3
Frame, Bruce, 1.1:1, 1.2:3
Franchere, Ruth: Willa: The Story of Willa Cather's Growing Up, 2.2:2

Frisbie, Josephine, 6.2, 3, 7.1:2, 9.1:1, 13.1:1, 2; "Because of Mildred Bennett--Willa Cather's
            World Is Being Recreated," International Altrusan, June 1969, 13.2:3
Gallagher, Rachel (Mrs. Paul), 7.2:1, 12.2:3
Garber, Mrs., 12.1:3
Garber, Silas: as bank builder and Captain Forrester prototype, 2.2:2, 4.1:1, 6.2:1, 7.2, 1,
            9.1:2, 9.2:2, 12.1:3; as governor, 1.2:4; possessions of, 3.1:2.
Garrington, Dwight, 12.2:3
Gerber, Philip L., 9.2:3; "Willa Cather and the Big Red Rocks," College English, Jan. 1958,
            12.2:3
Giannone, Richard: Music in Willa Cather's Fiction, 10.1:3, 11.1:3, 12.2:3; "The Southwest's
            Eternal Echo: Music in Death Comes for the Archbishop" in Arizona Quarterly,
            Spring 1966, 10.1:3; Willa Cather's Use of Music (possible working title), 9.2:3 
Gilchrist, Margaret, 4.1:1
Gilsdorf, Evanista, 1.2:3
Gilsdorf, Mr. & Mrs. Henry, 1.2:3
Girl Scouts of America: as hostesses, 8.1:3; Willa Cather Merit Badge, 7.1:3, 7.2:1, 2, 8.1:2 
Goheen, (Princeton President), 13.1:3
Gore, Virginia: as setting, 8.2:3
Gorgen, John E., CPA Agency, 6.2:2, 13.1:3
Goudy, Mr. & Mrs., 1.1:1
Grace Episcopal Church, 13.2:2. See also Episcopal Church
Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada, 10.1:3
Griffeth, Bonnie, 4.2:1
Guida, Harlan, 1.2:4
Hall, Gertrude: Wagnerian Romances, 7.1:2
Hamaya, Miekao, 7.1:4, 7.2:1, 2
Hamburg, Jan, 12.2:3
Hamon, Esther, 12.1:3, 12.2:1
Hansen, Louis, 13.1:2
Harris, John K., 1.2:4
Harsten, Mrs. Ute, 11.2:3
Hass, Victor P.: "From a Bookman's Notebook," Omaha World-Herald, April 14, 1968,
            12.2:1, --May 4, 1969, 13.2:3
Hawkins, Dorothy, 2.2:1, 2
Hedges, Ned, 12.2:1
Hesperian: photo of Cather in, 13.1:3
Hess, Myra: as pianist, 12.2:3
Hewitt, Frank S.: as Hastings College professor, 1.1:1, 2, 2.2:1; Willa Cather Scholarship
            established by, 4.2:1, 5.2:1, 6.1:1, 7.1:1, 7.2:3, 8.2:3
High, Mrs. Earl, 8.1:1
Hinds, M. R.: artwork of, 8.2:2
Historic Preservation: Burlington Depot preservation in, 10.1:2
Hitz, Mrs. Benjamin, 7.2:1
Hitz Cather Collection, Newberry Library, 7.2:1
Howson, A. A. B., 11.2:3
Hruska, Roman L.: remarks to U.S. Senate by, 13.2:3-4
Huffman, Elizabeth, 1.2:3, 2.1:2
Hull, Ron, 9.1:3-4
Hummel, George, 1.2:3
Ingersoll, L. K.: "Shadows on the Rock" article, 10.1:3
Ishii, Momoko, 8.1:1, 8.2:2, 11.2:3, 12.2:3
J. M. McDonald Foundation, 5.1:3, 5.2:1, 2, 6.1:2, 9.1:2, 9.2:1
Jacks, L. V., 9.1:1; "Nebraska" in Per Se, Fall 1967, 11.2:3; scholarship committee work, 4.1:2,
            4.2:2, 6.2:3, 7.2:3, 8.1:2, 3; as speaker, 6.2:2, 8.2:3; "Willa Cather and Music" in The
            Critic
Aug./Sept. 1957, 1.2:2; "Willa Cather and the Southwest" in New Mexico
            Quarterly
, Spring-Summer 1957, 2.1:2; Wires West, 1.2:2
Jaffe, Daniel Freeman, 12.2:3, photo of, 12.1:2 
Jaffrey, New Hampshire: as Cather burial site, 1.2:3
Jessiman, MacGregor, 2.2:1
Johnson, Edward R.: "Evil, Vision, and Artistic Purity: The Existential Implications of Willa
            Cather" winning essay, 12.2:1
Kaforke, Norman, 1.2:4
Kaiser, Mrs. Anafu M., 11.2:3
Kawagoe, Mieko, 13.1:3
Kawahara, Mrs. Nobu (Mrs. F. Kawahara), 11.2:3, 12.2:3
Kehoe, William, 1.2:2
Kellett, Margarette, 13.2:1
Kennedy, Rev. Father Pacificus, 2.2:1
Kennedy, Paul, 13.1:3
Kennedy, Ted: article by in Sept./Oct. 1964 “Flame,” 8.2:2; of Kansas-Nebraska Natural
            Gas Co., 6.2:2, 8.2:3 
Kent, Laura McCune, 1.2:4
Kirsch, Dwight: Marshlands 10.2:3; artwork of, 12.1:3
Kivett, Marvin, 10.2:1
Kobayashi, Kazuko, 12.2:3
Kuhlman, Charles, 2.1:3
Kui, Nobuko Tsu, 7.2:1
LaCroix, Maryhe, 11.2:3
LaCroix, Robert, II, 11.2:3
Lakey, Father John P., 1.2:4 
Lambrecht, Charlotte, 1.1:1, 1.2:3
Lambrecht, Lydia, 1.1:1, 1.2:3
Lasch, Robert: St. Louis Post Dispatch Sept. 21, 1957, article, 1.2:2

Leaverton, William W., 6.1:1, 6.2:2, 7.1:2
Leech, Hope, 13.1:3
Leech, Roger R., 12.2:3, 13.1:3, 13.2:2
Leighton, George, 2.2:1
Lewis, Alpha, 1.2:3
Lewis, Ella Cather (niece), 11.2:1
Lewis, Sinclair, 10.1:3
Life: donation of art by, 1.1:1; WCPM mentioned in, 6.2:3
Little Blue River, 10.2:1
Loewenthal, Katherin R., 4.1:2
Logan, Wilfred D., 12.2:3
Long, Alice Lavinia, 12.2:3
Long, Anton V., 12.2:3
Long, Haniel, 12.2:3
Lost Lady, A (Cather): prototype, 6.2:1; displays, 7.1:2, 12.1:3, 4, 13.1:1; in Fifty Years, 10.1:3;
            setting for, 7.1:1; 9.1:3, 9.2:2
Louise Pound Hall, University of Nebraska, 8.1:2
Lucy Gayheart (Cather): display, 12.1:3; music in, 7.1:2; setting for, 9.2:2
"Macon Prairie" (Cather): prototype, 1.2:4
Makinster, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 9.2:2, 13.2:2
Manfred, Frederick Feikema: Conquering Horse, 3.2:2; Riders of Judgement, 1.2:4; as speaker,
            11.1:1
Manley, Robert N., 8.1:3-4, 8.2:3
March, John, 1.1:1, 1.2:3, 2.1:2, 2.2:1-2, 5.2:1, 7.2:1, 9.1:2, 9.2:3, 10.2:1, 12.2:3, 4; Encyclopedia of Willa Cather's Works, 6.2, 3
Martin, David, 8.2:2, 3
Martin and Siel Sand, 1.2:4
Masuda, Mrs. Reiko, 11.2:3
McClung, Isabelle (Mrs. Jan Hamburg), 12.2:3
McClung, Mrs. Samuel A., 12.2:3
McClure, S. S.: Autobiography of S. S. McClure, 1.2:3, 2.1:2
McClure's Magazine, 6.2:1, 9.1:4
McDonald, J. M., Jr.: J. M. McDonald Foundation, 5.1:3, 5.2:1
McGraw-Hill textbook: Cather in, 9.1:3
McHattie, Lida, 3.1:2
Meredith, Mamie J., 1.2:3, 2.1:2, 5.2:1; death of, 10.2:2
Meyer, Roy W.: The Middle-Western Farm Novel in the Twentieth Century, 9.2:3
Militzer, Walter E. 6.2:2
Miller, James E., 2.2:1; Prairie Schooner article by, 11.1:3
Miner, Carrie. See Sherwood, Carrie Miner
Miner family: as Cather’s neighbors, 11.1:1
Miner, Irene, 12.1:1. See also Weisz, Irene Miner
Miner, Jennie. See Reiher, Jennie Miner (cousin)

Miner, Margaret, 12.1:1
Miner, Mary, 11.2:2, 12.1:1. See also Creighton, Mary Miner
Miner-Weisz Charitable Foundation, 12.1:1, 13.1:2, 13.2:2
Misko, Mrs. Ralph E., 1.2:2
Moler, Nathan, 4.1:1
Montgomery, Esther, 7.2:2, 12.1:2
Moorhead, Elizabeth: These Too Were Here: Louise Homer and Willa Cather, 13.1:4
Moran, John, 13.2:3
Morrison, Frank B., 10.2:1
Morton, Mrs. M. H., Jr., 10.1:2
Mountford, Miriam: profile of Carrie Sherwood by, 1.2:5
Murphy, John J.: "Great Ladies of the American Novel," TV series, 7.2:2
Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. J. R., 2.2:1
music: 9.2:3, 10.1:3; “An Evening with Willa Cather,” 11.1:3; from Lucy Gayheart, 7.1:2;
            Willa Cather Concert, 13.2:3. See also Giannone, Richard
My Antonia (Cather), 12.2:2; award for, 13.2:4; Cliff's Notes on, 6.2:3; display, 12.1:3; listing
            in Fiction Catalog, 13.2:2; prototypes, 1.2:4, 5, 2.1:2, 11.1:1, 11.2:2, 12.1:1, 12.2:3,
            13.2:2; setting for, 4.1:1, 8.2:1, 9.2:2, 3, 12.2:1; quotes from, 7.1:1, 10.1:2
Nebraska Council of Teachers of English: Nebraska Literary maps by, 3.2:2, scholarship
            competition, 12.1:2-3, 12.2:1 
Nebraska Educational Television: Red Cloud tape, 12.1:1
Nebraska Hall of Fame, 6.1:2, 6.2:4, 7.2:2
Nebraska State Historical Society: archival copies of Red Cloud Chief from, 1.1:1, 12.2:4
Nebraska Writer's Guild, 3.2:1
Neihardt, John G.: association with Cather, 9.1:2, 4, 9.2:3; Cycle of the West, 6.1:2;
            WCPM museum dedication by, 6.2:1, 7.1:1, 8.1:3
New York Herald Tribune: recognition of Red Cloud in, 6.1:2
New York Times Book Review: essays on Cather in, 9.2:3
Newberry Library, Chicago. Hitz Cather Collection in, 7.2:1
Nishikawa, Mrs. Masami, 11.2:3, 12.2:3
Nishikawa, Masami, 8.1:1, 10.2:3, 11.2:3
Obitz, Harry, 6.2:2, 9.1:1
Obitz, Helen, 1.2:3, 3.2:1, 7.2:2, 9.1:1, 11.2:1, 13.1:2, 4
Odlozilik, Otakar, 1.1:2, 11.2:3; Sketches from Two Worlds, Czech book on Cather by,
            2.2:2, 7.1:2
Omaha World Herald, 1.2:2, articles on WCPM, 6.1:2, 6.2:3, 8.2:2
On Writing (Cather), 2.1:3, 12.2:1
One of Ours (Cather), 4.2:1; display, 7.1:1, 12.1:3; Pulitzer Prize for, 13.2:3
O Pioneers! (Cather), 12.2:1; display, 7.1:1, 12.1:3; quotes from, 8.2:1, 9.1:3
O'Rourke, Frank, 3.2:1, 9.1:1
Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 9.1:3
Otte, Fred & Mrs., 3.2:2
Pavelka, Anna Sadilek (Annie) 1.2:2, 12.1:1, 12.2:1; as Antonia prototype, 10.2:1, 11.1:1 
Pavelka, Beth Ann, photo of, 10.2:1
Pavelka, Clement, 11.1:1
Pavelka, Edward, 11.1:1
Pavelka, Elizabeth. See Boyd, Elizabeth Pavelka
Pavelka, Emil, 11.1:1
Pavelka, George, 11.1:1
Pavelka, Hugo, 11.1:1
Pavelka, John, 12.1:1
Pavelka, Leo, 11.1:1
Pavelka, Louis, 11.1:1
Pavelka, Lucille, 11.1:1
Pavelka, Mrs., 12.1:3
Peirce, A. B., 1.2:3
Peirce, Lawrence, 1.2:3, 2.2:2, 3.1:1
Pershing, John, 6.2:1, 9.1:4
Peterson, Glenda: "Catherland Tour," NEBRASKAland Magazine, Aug. 1967, 11.2:3
Peterson, Val, 8.1:3, 9.1:3
Phillipson, John S., 1.2:4
Pittsburgh, 3.1:2, 3.2:2, 13.2:3
Plows. See walking plows
Porter, Katherine Anne: The Days Before, Cather in, 2.1:2
Powers, Marcella, 10.1:3
Prairie Schooner, 3.1:2, 4.1:1, 8.2:2, 11.1:3, 13.1:3
Preservation News: May 1967, "Cather Foundation Saves 1897 Red Cloud Depot," 11.2:3
Princeton University, 9.2:2, 13.1:3, 13.2:3
The Professor's House (Cather), 9.2:3; display, 12.1:3; prototype, 12.2:3; Spanish edition, 8.2:2
Puttkamer, Annemarie von, 1.1:2, 2.1:3
Quirk, Mr. & Mrs. John, 9.2:2, 10.2:2, 13.2:1-2
Randall, John S., III: Landscape and the Looking Glass: Willa Cather's Search for Value, 4.2:2
Rauscher, Catherine, 7.2:3
Rauscher, Bishop Russell T.: Episcopal Church, 13.2:2
Rawson, Mrs. Ralph H., 8.2:2
Red Cloud, 6.1:2, 12.1:1, 12.2:1, 3, 13.2:1; commemorative stamp sold at, 13.2:3; history of,
            1.2:3, 4, 5, 3.1:1, 9.2:2; signs for, 8.1:2, 8.2:1, 2, 11.1:2, 3. See also Burlington Depot;
            Catherland; Episcopal Church; State Theater; Webster County; and listings beginning
            with “Red Cloud”
Red Cloud Argus, 12.2:4
Red Cloud Catholic Church, 12.1:1, 4, 12.2:1, 2-3, 13.1:2; photo of, 13.2:1
Red Cloud Chief: bound 1900-1923, 1.1:1; microfilm of, 12.2:4
Red Cloud City Hall (Silas Garber Bank Building); 12.1:3; purchase of, 2.1:1, 2.2:2, 3.1:1,3.2:1;
            restoration of, 4.1:1, 2, 4.2:1, 2, 5.1:3, 5.2:1. See also Farmer’s and Merchant’s Bank

Red Cloud People's-Webster County Bank, 6.2:2
Redeho, Joyce, 11.2:3
Reed, Mr. & Mrs., 12.1:1
Refshauge, Mr. & Mrs., 2.2:2
Reiher, Cheryl, 7.2:2
Reiher, Jennie Miner (cousin), 1.2:4, 6.1:2, 6.2:1, 7.2:1, 9.1:1
Republican River, 7.1:3, 8.2:1, 10.2:1; Republican River Valley 3.2:2, 12.1:2
Reynard, Grant: artwork of, 2.2:2, 12.1:3
Reynolds, Norman M., 2.1:2
Riley, Paul: photo of, 12.1:2 
Robinson, Mrs. Denis, 6.2:2
Robinson, L. L., 2.2:1
Rockemann, Mrs. Louie F., 4.2:1
Rogelberg, Leo: as filmmaker, 13.1:3
Roosevelt, Theodore, 6.2:1, 9.1:4
Rowse, A. L., 1.2:4
Rubens, Pauline, 4.1:2
Ruffle, Evelyn, 1.2:3
Russ, Martin, 3.2:2
Russell, Grace, 8.2:3
Sadilek, Anna. See Pavelka, Anna Sadilek (Annie)
St. Juliana Falernexis Church. See Red Cloud Catholic Church
Saladen, Mrs. R. D., 12.2:3 
Sandoz, Mari: as speaker, 3.2:1
Sapphira and the Slave Girl (Cather): setting for, 8.2:3
Schantz, Albert and Agnes, 9.2:1
Scherman, David E., 1.1:1, 1.2:1, 2.1:2, 3.2:2, 7.1:3
Schmitz, Irma, 7.1:2
Schneider, Sister Lucy: articles by, 12.2:3
Schroeter, James: Willa Cather and Her Critics, 11.2:3
Schultz, C. Bertrand, 1.2:1; displays by, 2.1:2, 2.2:1, 3.1:2; as museum designer, 6.1:1, 2; as speaker, 6.2:2, 8.1:3, 8.2:3; WCPM board work of, 3.2:1, 7.2:2, 9.1:2 
Schultz, Esther, 12.2:3
Schwartz, Kenneth, 8.1:2, 8.2:1
Seibel, George: Prairie Schooner article by, 11.1:3
Seibel, Mrs. George, 2.2:2, 3.2:2, 7.1:3
Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley: Willa Cather: A Memoir, 6.2:3, 9.1:3
Shadows on the Rock (Cather): award for, 13.2:3-4
Shannon, Mr. & Mrs. Richard S.: as Cather relatives, 7.2:1, 8.2:3, 13.2:2
Sherwood, Carrie Miner, 1.2:3, 5, 9.1:1, 11.2:1-2; as Cather friend, 4.1:1, 6.2:1-2, 13.2:1; as
            Frances Harling prototype, 13.2:2, 12.2:3; on "Meet the Author" 5.2:2; photo of, 10.2:1
Silas Garber Bank Building. See Farmer's and Merchant's Bank; Red Cloud City Hall

Slote, Bernice, 8.2:3, 13.2:2; April Twilights introduction to reprint by, 6.2:3, 7.1:3, 9.1:3,
            12.2:3; The Kingdom of Art, 9.2:3, 10.1:3, 10.2:3, 11.1:1, 13.1:3; "Willa Cather"
            NCTE paper, 12.2:3; "Willa Cather Reports Chautaqua, 1894," Prairie Schooner,
            Spring, 1969, 13.1:3; "Willa Cather on Shakespeare," 8.2:2 
Smith, Eleanor M.: "Literary Relationship of Sarah Orne Jewett and Willa Cather," New
            England Quarterly
, March-December 1956, 1.2:3
Smith, Marjorie, 8.1:2, 8.2:2
Smith College, 9.2:2, 13.2:3
Sombrero: as Cather’s University of Nebraska annual, 2.1:2
Song of the Lark, The (Cather), 12.2:1; display, 11.2:2, 12.1:3; setting for, 4.2:1, 9.2:2, 10.1:1,
            11.1:2, 13.2:2
Southwick, Helen (Mrs. Phillip Southwick) (niece), 8.2:3, 11.2:1 
Southwick, Phillip, 8.2:3
Sprague, Helen McNeny, 1.2:3
State Theater Building, Red Cloud: as temporary museum quarters, 1.1:1, 4.1:1
Stead, Mr. & Mrs. A. J., 11.2:3
Stegner, Louise, 1.1:1
Stern, Philip Van Doren, 12.2:4
Sternlicht, Sanford: "Willa Cather's Nebraska" poem, 7.1:2
Stinchfield, Ben, 3.2:2, 7.1:2
Stzalkowski, Christian, 9.2:3
Superior High School, 8.1:2, 8.2:2; "Operation Catherland" by, 9.2:3
Swan, Paul: artwork of, 6.2:4
Swartz, Wyola, 1.2:1
Syvanen, Ulla, 7.2:1
Tanner, Mrs. Bliss: as Girl Scout leader, 7.1:3, 7.2:2, 8.1:2
Teal, Alison: as essay winner, 6.2:3
Tennant, Stephen: "The Room Beyond,” On Writing (Cather), 2.1:3
Terry, Ellen: Autobiography of Ellen Terry, 2.1:2
Thornton, Ella May, 10.2:3; Music Journal article by, 2.1:2
Thorp, Willard, 12.2:1
Tokyo, Japan: WCPM charter in, 9.1:3
translations. See foreign editions 
Twain, Mark, 7.1:2
Ueda, Makoto, 1.1:2
Uehling, Margot, 7.2:2, 3
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Cather course at, 8.1:1, 8.2:3; honorary
            degree from, 9.2:2, 13.2:3
University of Michigan, 9.2:2, 13.2:3
University of Nebraska, 9.1: 3, 10.1:1, 13.2:1; annual of, 2.1:2; honorary degree from,
            6.2:1, 9.1:4, 13.2:3; Willa Cather Hall at, 7.2:2, 8.1:2. See also Hesperian
University of Nebraska Press: reprintings by, 9.1:3

Urban, Catherine, 4.1:2
Vocadlo, Otakar: "The Czech Pioneers and Their Chronicler," Lidova demokracie, June 14,
            1947, 11.2:3
Walch, Barbara, 13.1:2
walking plows: as markers, 7.1:1, 7.2:3, 8.1:2, 9.1:2; photo of, 8.2:1
Wall, Alexander J., 9.2:1
Washington National Observer: museum dedication in, June 10, 1962, 6.2:3
Webster County, Nebraska, 7.1:3, 10.2:4, 12.2:1, 13.1:3; Catherton Precinct in, 13.2:3;
            natural history of 3.1:2; as Nebraska's Centennial County, 11.1:2; relief map of, 1.1:1,
            2.1:2. 2.2:1, 4.1:1; as setting, 1.1:1, 2.2:1, 3.2:1, 4.1:2. See also Catherland; Red Cloud
Weil, Mrs. Edward, 4.1:2
Weingart, Mrs. Jack, 11.2:3
Weisz, Irene Miner, 7.1:2, 11.1:1, 12.2:3
Wiener, Mrs. Charles: as Mrs. Rosen prototype, 4.1:2
Willa Cather Award, 4.2:1
Willa Cather Branch Library, Omaha, 1.1:2
Willa Cather Commemorative Stamp, 13.2:3
Willa Cather Country (film), 6.1:1
Willa Cather Country (tour), 7.1:3, 11.1:2
Willa Cather Elementary School, The (Millard Public Schools), 13.1:3
Willa Cather Fund, 3.1:2
Willa Cather Hall, Twin Towers Dormitory, University of Nebraska, 7.2:2, 8.1:2
Willa Cather Merit Badge. See Girl Scouts
Willa Cather News Sheet, 4.1:1
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial (WCPM): aims, progress toward, 3.2:1, 4.1:1-2, 4.2:1-2, 5.2:1-2,
            6.2:2-4, 7.1:1-2, 7.2:1-3, 8.1:1-2, 8.2:1-3, 9.1:1-3, 9.2:2; anniversary, 9.1:3, 9.2:1; annual
            meeting/spring conference, 3.1:1, 5.2:1, 6.2:1-2, 7.1:3-4, 8.1:3-4, 10.1:4, 11.1:1, 12.1:2,
            13.1:2, 13.2:1, 3; constitutional revision and name change, 9.2:4; collection items, 1.1:1,
            1.2:3-4, 2.1:2, 4.1:1, 2, 12.2:3; emblem, 7.1:1, 8.2:2; educational programs of, 2.1:2,
            3.2:2, 4.1, 1, 8.1:2, 10.1:2, 11.2:4, 13.1:3; exhibits about; 13.1:3; finances, 2.2:2, 3.1:1,
            4.1:1, 2, 4.2:2, 5.1:1-3, 7.1:3, 8.1:2-3, 9.1:1, 13.1:3; 13.1:3; hours, 2.1:1, 8.1:3, 9.1:2;
            inception, 1.2:5, 9.1:2; incorporation, 1.1:1, 2.1:1, 4.1:1, 5.1:1; library, 6.1:2; mailing list,
            2.1:1, 3.1:1, 3.2:1, 4.1:1; membership, 1.1:2, 1.2:1, 2.2:2, 3.1:1, 4.1:2, 5.2:1, 2. See also
            Willa Cather Societies; maps listed on, 7.1:2, 12.2:3; officer/board meetings, 3.1:1, 2, 4.1,
            1, 13.2:2; professional organizations, 13.1:4; scholarship fund, 2.2:2, 4.1:2, 4.2:2, 5.2:1,
            8.2:3; scholarship competition, 6.1:1, 6.2:3, 7.1:1, 7.2:2, 3, 8.1:2, 12.1:2, 12.2:1; staff
            hiring, 8.1:3, 8.2:3. See also Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation;
            Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Museum and Archives; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial
            Newsletter
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation: Cather Foundation, 10.2:3, 13.2:3;
            name change to, 9.2:4. See also Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial; Willa Cather Pioneer
            Memorial Museum and Archives; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Museum and Archives 5.2:2; 8.1:2, 3, 12.2:1; archive microfilm,
            13.2:2; dedication/opening, 6.2:1, 3, 7.1:1, 13.2:3; displays, 4.1:1, 11.1:2, 3, 12.1:3-4,
            13.1:1; history, 9.1:1-2; renovation 7.1:2, 13.1:2; restoration financing, 6.1:2, 9.2:2. See
            also Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational
            Foundation; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter 
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter: artwork for, 2.1:1; budget for, 4.1:2, 4.2:2,
            6.2:4; distribution of, 3.1:1, 10.1:3; history of, 1.1:1, 9.1:3. See also Willa Cather
            Pioneer Memorial
Willa Cather Societies, 1.1:2, 1.2:2; charter design of, 1.2:5, 2.1:1; in Japan, 8.1:1
Willa Cather's Collected Short Fiction, 1892-1912 (V. Faulkner, ed.), 9.1:3, 9.2:3, 10.1:3
Willard, Dick, 12.2:3
Wilson, Faye Richardson, 2.2:2
Wilson, Wilella Payne, 1.2:3
Winchester, Virginia: as Cather birthplace, 13.2:3
Wolfe, Grace, 1.2:1, 3
Wolin, Ronald G., 1.2:4
Woods Charitable Fund, Inc.: in Lincoln and Chicago, 11.1:2, 11.2:1, 13.2:1; Chicago, 5.2:1;
            Lincoln, 10.1:1, 10.2:2
Woods, Frank H., Jr., 5.2:1, 10.1:1, 13.2:2
Woods, Frank H. & Nelle C.: as Cather classmates, 10.1:1, 13.2:1
Woods, Thomas C., Jr., 10.1:1
World and the Parish, The: Willa Cather's Articles and Reviews, 1893-1903 (Curtin, ed.), 11.1:3
World War I: veterans of, 4.2:1
Wyss, Mrs. W. F., 4.2:1
Yale University, 9.2:2, 13.2:3
Zulli, Floyd, 7.1:2

Volume 14, Number 1, Winter 1970 to Volume 23, Number 4, Makeup edition Fall 1979

Ãcoma Plateau Pueblo, 18.2:3
Adams, Maude: Cather on, 16.3:3
Adams, Theodore S.: Colby Library Quarterly, Sept., 1973 article, 18.1:4
Ak-Sar-Ben: Good Neighbor Award from, 17.4:2; Western Hall of Fame award from, 16.4:3
Alamo Ranch, 21.3:4
Albers, Keith, 21.2:3
Albert and Agnes Schantz Foundation, 19.1:2
Allan, Tom, 16.1:2, 21.4:2, 22.1:1; "Britons Discover Catherland" Omaha World Herald,
            Oct. 18, 1978, 22.2:2; "Memories of Cather Abound for Centenarian," 14.1:1; photos by,
            14.1:1, 14.2:1, 20.4:2
Alvin Theater, Pittsburg, 16.3:2
Amack, Rex, 19.1:4 
American Arts Gold Medallions, 22.2:3, 23.1:3
American Association for State and Local History: award from, 19.1:2; grant from, 20.1:2
American Pageant Writers: “Willa Cather: Rebel from Red Cloud” film strip, 16.4:2
Andes, Cynthia J.:"The Bohemian Folk Practice in 'Neighbor Rosicky'" Western American
            Literature
, Spring, 1972, 16.4:3
Andrews, W. E.: Cather on, 19.2:1
Annunzio, Frank, 23.1:3
Antonia. See Pavelka, Anna (Annie) Sadilek
Antonia farmhouse (Pavelka farm), 18.3:4, 20.1:1-2, 20.3:2, 21.4:2, 22.2:1; photo of, 20.4:2
Archer, William: Cather on, 23.2:1
Armstrong, William: Cather on, 21.3:3
Arnold, Marilyn: "The Desert as Sanctuary in Willa Cather," 15.2:1
Arthur, Mary, 16.4:2
Auld, Jessica Cather (sister), 14.2:3, 15.2:1, 19.1:2, 3, 23.3:4. See also Cather, Jessica
Auld, (William) Thomas (nephew), 14.2:3, 15.2:1, 19.1:3; donation of family photos by, 20.3:2
Austen, Anna (later Anna Lefroy), 22.3/4:1
Austen, Jane, 22.3/4:1, 2
Austin, Mary, 23.3:5; "The Conversion of Ah Lew Sing," Overland Monthly 1897, 23.2:2-3 
Back Creek, Virginia: as Willow Shade Farm site, 17.3:2
Baker, Bruce P., II, 19.3:1, 20.1:2, 21.4:1; as board member, 19.1:6, 22.1:1, 23.1:2; photo of,
            18.2:3
Ballard, Doris, 14.1:3
Barbizon, France: photo of, 19.4:3
Barnard, Geoffrey, S., 18.3:1; photo of, 19.3:1
Barnes, Ethel, 19.1:2
Barnes, Leonard, 20.4:4, 22.1:1; photo of, 20.4:2 
Barnes, Mrs. Leonard, 20.4:4
Barrymore, Ethel: Cather on, 16.3:3
Bartholomew, Rev. Dean John, 17.2:2
Bash, James R.: Colby Library Quarterly, Sept. 1973, 18.1:4
Baumann, Gustave: The Bishop's Apricot, artwork by, 20.3:2
Beadell, Lorraine, 20.4:2, 21.2:2
Beadell, Robert, 14.1:1, 14.2:1; Out to the Wind, 20.1:2, 20.4:2, 21.2:2, 23.1:3-4
Beal, Helen, 20.3:2
Beard, Frank: Cather on, 19.2:2
Beaumont, Greg: "Willa Cather's Nebraska" NEBRASKAland, July, 1970, 14.2:2
Beaumont, Harry, 21.2:2
Beecher, Bishop George, 17.4:2
Bennett, Mildred R., 14.2:1, 3-4, 19.1:2, 4, 19.3:2, 3, 20.4:1, 4, 23.3:3, 4; as board member,
            15.1:3, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 3, 20.3:3, 21.3:1; discussion by, 18.1:1, 21.2:2, 22.1:1, 22.3/4:1;
            Early Stories of Willa Cather, 19.1:1; "In Pursuit of an Author," 22.2:2; photos of, 15.1:1,
            16.4:3, 19.1:1, 19.3:1, 22.2:1, 23.1:3, 23.3:5; "Water Imagery in Death Comes for the
            Archbishop, 21.1:1, 3-4; "What Happened to the Rest of the Charles Cather Family?"
            Nebraska History, Winter, 1973, 18.3:2; "The White Bear Stories," 17.3:4; Willa Cather's
            Collected Short Fiction 1892-1912
, revised ed. 14.2:2, 15.1:2, 17.3:1-2; "Willa Cather
            and the Modern Outlook," 15.1:2; "Willa Cather and the Prairie," The Nature
            Conservancy News
, Winter 1975, 19.1:4; "Willa Cather's Virginia 1873-1883," 23.4:1-4;
            The World of Willa Cather, 17.3:4, 19.1:1, 2, 21.4:1, 23.1:1, 2, 23.3:5
Bennett, W. K., 14.1:3, 17.2:2, 19.1:2, 22.1:1
Bereuter, Douglas: as state senator, 21.4:3, 22.2:1
Bergers, John, 20.3:2, 3; paintings by, 23.3:1
Betts, Glynne: as photographer/author, 23.1:2
Billesbach, Ann E., 23.1:4; as curator, 21.4:1, 22.2:1, 2, 3
Bizet, Georges: Carmen: Cather on, 16.3:2
Blackledge, H. L., 21.2:3
Bladen High School: volunteers from, 20.4:2
Bloom, Edward A., 16.4:2
Bloom, Lillian D., 16.4:2, 19.1:5
Blue, Mary Etta, 22.1:1; death of, 17.2:3
Blue River: photo of, 19.2:1
Boak, Clarence (uncle), 23.4:1
Boak, Grandmother, 19.3:3, 23.4:1-2; prayer book of, 23.3:4
Boak, Willie (uncle), 23.4:1
Bohlke, Beverly: "On Death Comes for the Archbishop," 19.2:3-4
Bohlke, Rev. L. Brent, 19.3:1, 20.4:1, 21.2:2, 21.4:2, 22.1:1; "On Cather's Death Comes for the
            Archbishop
," 21.1:1-2; Prairie Schooner Summer 1974 article, 18.3:3
Bordee, Bessie, 22.2:4
Borton, Richard, 17.2:3
Borton, Viola S., 19.3:2, 3, 20.3:3, 22.1:1; as board president, 21.2:3, 22.2:3, 23.3:4; photo of,
            22.2:1; as tour director, 16.4:3, 17.2:3
Bourne, Randolph: "Morals and Art form the West" The Dial, Dec. 14, 1918, 17.1:3
Bowman, Anthony: "Willa Cather's Pioneer Country," 18.3:3
Boyd, Elizabeth Pavelka (Mrs. Byron), 19.1:2; photo of, 19.3:3, 20.4:2
Boye, Alan, 15.1:3
Bradley, Van Allen: "In Defense of Cather," Chicago Daily News, 15.1:2
Brockway, John & Virgina Cather (niece), 19.1:5
Brown, E. K., 16.4:3, 22.3/4:1; quote from, 18.2:2
Brown, Mrs. E. K., 18.2:1
Brown, Marion Marsh: Willa Cather: The Woman and Her Work, 14.2:2
Brown, Pearl, 16.4:2
Brownville, Nebraska: Cather on, 14.2:2
Brugger, Florence, 20.3:2
Bruhn, Roger: photos exhibit by, 22.1:1
Brunauer, Dalma, 18.3:2
Brydl, Mrs. Adolph, 17.2:2
Burlington Depot, 15.2:1, 19.1:2, 20.3:2; dedication of, 14.1:1, 14.2:1, 19.1:3; exhibits at, 22.2:2;
            photo of, 14.2:1; restoration of, 14.1:2, 15.1:1, 16.1:1, 17.4:3
Butcher, Fanny: “Many Lives,One Love,” 16.4:1
Butcher, Solomon D.: "A Second Chance" photo exhibit of, 22.2:2

Byrne, Kay, 20.3:2
Byron, Arthur: Cather on, 16.3:3
Canfield, Mrs., 22.3/4:1
Canfield, Dorothy. See Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
Camerson, Beatrice: Cather on, 16.3:3
Carnegie Hall, Pittsburg, 23.2:1
Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh: photo of, 23.2:1
Carr, Faye, 20.4:4
Cary, Richard: Colby Library Quarterly, Sept. 1973 article, 18.1:4
Castelli, Luisa, 18.3:3
Cather, Alfretta (Retta/Rettie)(aunt), 23.4:1-3
Cather, Alverna (aunt), 23.4:1
Cather, Amanda (great aunt): infant death of, 23.4:4
Cather, Ann Howard (Mrs. James) (great grandmother); 23.4:4
Cather, Caroline (Mrs. William) (grandmother), 18.3:2, 23.4:2-3, 4
Cather, Charles (father), 23.4:1, 3; photo of, 22.1:3
Cather, Charles E. (nephew), 19.4:1, 20.3:2, 3, 22.3/4:5, 23.3:3
Cather, Clark (great uncle), 23.4:2, 4
Cather, Clark (son of Great Uncle John), 23.4:4
Cather, Douglas (brother), 21.2:3
Cather, Elizabeth (niece): photo of, 22.1:3
Cather, Ella. See Lewis, Ella Cather (niece)
Cather, Elsie Margaret (sister), 19.1:2, 23.3:3, 23.4:1; estate of, 17.2:3, 17.3:2; interview, 17.3:4;
            photo of, 17.3:3, 22.1:3
Cather, Ethel Garber (Mrs. James), 20.1:2, 20.3:1; death of, 19.3:2
Cather, Franc (Mrs. George/Frances Smith) (aunt), 18.3:3, 22.3/4:1, 23.4:2, 3; photo of, 21.4:1
Cather, G. P. (cousin): photo of, 20.1:1
Cather, George P. (uncle), 18.3:3, 23.4:1, 2-3; house of, 22.1:1, 22.3/4:1, 23.1:4; house of photo,
            19.4:2, 23.3:3
Cather, Helen Louise (niece): photo of, 22.1:2, 3. See also Southwick, Helen Cather 
Cather, Howard (great uncle), 23.4:2, 4
Cather, Irma (Mrs. John E.), 15.2:1; death of, 18.1:2
Cather, James (great grandfather), 23.4:1, 4
Cather, James D. (Jim) (brother), 14.2:3, 15.1:2, 15.2:1, 17.3:2, 19.1:3, 19.3:1, 2, 20.3:1, 2;
            photo of, 17.3:3
Cather, Jasper (great-great-grandfather), 14.2:3
Cather, Jennie (Mrs. Charles/Mary Virginia Boak) (mother): 23.4:1, 3, photo of, 22.1:3 
Cather, Jennie (aunt), 23.4:2, 3
Cather, Jessica (sister): photo of, 22.1:3. See also Auld, Jessica Cather 
Cather, John E. (Jack) (brother), 15.2:1, 16.1:1, 18.1:2, 19.1:3, 21.2:2, 21.4:1, 22.1:1
Cather, John (great uncle), 23.4:1, 2, 4
Cather, Margaret (niece): photo of, 22.1:3. See also Shannon, Margaret Cather 
Cather, Millicent (Mrs. Howard) (great aunt), 23.4:4
Cather, Rev. Morris E., 14.2:3, 20.3:3, 21.2:3
Cather, Perry (great uncle), 23.4:2, 4
Cather, Roscoe C. (Ross) (brother), 15.2:1, 17.3:4, 19.1:2, 5
Cather, Mrs. Roscoe: death of, 17.4:2
Cather, Mrs. T. Russell, 23.4:1
Cather, Virgina (niece): photo of, 22.1:3. See also Brockway, Virgina Cather 
Cather, Willa Sibert:
            alma mater of, 18.1:2
            birth, 14.1:4, 19.3:4; celebration of, 20.3:1; date changes, 23.4:3; place, photo of, 14.2:3
            caption by, 19.2:1
            and Carrie Miner Sherwood, 14.1:1
            and Charles Moore, 23.3:4
            childhood, 14.1:1, 2, 14.2:3, 15.1:1, 17.1:1, 2, 17.3:1, 2, 4, 23.4:1-4. See also Cather
                        childhood home
            columns by, 16.2:1, 17.3:2, 19.1:1-3, 20.1:1, 21.1:1, 23.1:2 
            and Edith Lewis, 16.4:2
            as editor, 16.1:3, 16.3:1, 17.3:1, 2
            Episcopal Church, membership in, 14.1:2, 15.1:2. 15.2:1, 16.1:2
            as ghost writer, 16.1:3
            at "High Mowing," Jaffery, New Hampshire, 17.1:3
            honors 15.2:2, 16.4:3, 20.3:3; awards, 17.3:1, 19.1:4; degrees, 17.3:1, 18.1:2; gold
                        medallion, 22.2:3, 23.1:3. See also Willa Cather Commemorative Stamp
            inscription by, 16.1:1
            interview of, Lincoln State Journal, Nov. 2, 1921, 16.2:2
            Japanese interest in, 18.2:3
            letters, 14.1:2, 3, 16.4:2, 20.1:2, 22.2:3; to Commonweal 1927, 21.1:2
            and Mary Austin, 23.3:5
            and Menuhin family, 17.4:2, 18.1:3, 18.3:2
            and music, 18.2:3, 23.3:4
            names of: as Charles Douglass, 17.3:1; as "Sibert," 16.3:1, 21.3:2, 3, 23.2:1-2; as "Willa,"
                        16.3:1, 21.3:2; as "Willie," 23.4:1; as “Winkie” 17.3:2
            in New York, 18,1:3, 18.3:2, 20.1:4, 23.2:3
            on Paris, 16.2:2
            photos of, 14.2:2, 15.2:2, 17.1:3, 17.4:1, 18.1:1, 20.2:1, 22.1:2-3; Rinehart of Omaha,
                        portrait by, 19.3:2
            in Pittsburgh, 14.1:2, 3, 17.3:1, 18.3:2, 20.1:1, 2, 23.3:4
            possessions of, 16.4:2, 19.1:5, 
            quotes from, 14.1:3, 4, 14.2:2, 18.2:2, 21.1:1
            reviews by, 16.2:1-2, 16.3:1-3, 17.1:3-4, 20.2:1-4, 21.3:2-3, 23.2:1-2
            and Sarah Orne Jewett, 17.2:1
            and Stephen Tennant, 17.2:1
            as student, 14.2:2, 17.3:1, 20.2:1
            translations of. See foreign editions
            at Whale Grove (Grand Manan, Bay of Fundy) 18.3:2 
            works: 
                        April Twilights: autographed copy of, 23.3:4; edition of, 15.1:2, proof copy of,
                                    19.3:2; poems from, set to music, 23.1:2, 3, 23.3:3
                        "Are You Sleeping, Little Brother" poem, 21.2:2,
                        "Before Breakfast": setting for, 18.3:2 
                        "The Best Years": setting for 14.2:3, 16.1:1, 17.4:3; quote from, 17.2:2
                        "The Bohemian Girl," 16.2:2
                        "Coming Aphrodite," 16.3:4, 21.1:3
                        "The Conversion of Sum Loo," 22.3:2-3
                        "On Cyndus" poem draft, 19.3:2
                        "The Dance at Chevalier's," 23.4:1
                        Death Comes for the Archbishop, 18.4:2, 19.4:3, 21.2:2, 3, 21.4:4, 22.3/4:1, 6,
                                    23.2:3; articles about, 14.2:2, 19.2:3-4, 21.1:1-4; conference on, 20.3:4,
                                    20.4:1, 21.2:1; "December Night" excerpt, 14.1:3; edition of, 15.1:2; quote
                                    from, 14.2:3; writing of, 23.3:5
                        "Double Birthday," 16.3:4, 20.1:2
                        "Eric Hermannson's Soul" (Cosmopolitan April 1900): musical of, 20.1:2, 20.4:2,
                                    21.2:2, 23.1:3, 4
                        "Ghost Town on the River" American Heritage, Oct. 1970. See "An Old River
                                    Metropolis"
                        "Going Home”“Burlington Route" poem, 14.1:2 
                        "The Hawthorne Tree": music for, 21.4:2
                        "The Hills of Sleep" unpublished poem, 19.4:1, 20.1:2
                        "Jack-a-Boy" Saturday Evening Post, March 30, 1901, reprinted 1974 as
                                    Friend of My Springtime, 19.1:4 
                        A Lost Lady, 17.3:1, 18.4:1, 19.3:3; display, 19.1:2; film of, 21.2:2-3; prototypes,
                                    15.1:3-4, 19.1:2, 22.2:2; setting for, 17.4:3; slide set for, 16.1:1
                        Lucy Gayheart, conference on, 23.3:3
                        "Macon Prairie" poem: prototype, 15.2:1
                        My Antonia, 18.2:3, 18.4:1, 2, 19.1:1, 19.3:3, 21.4:4, 22.3/4:1, 23.2:2, 3; art on,
                                    23.3:1; conference on, 17.4:2; display, 18.3:3; music 23.1:3: prototypes,
                                    14.2:3, 20.1:2, 20.3:2, 23.4:3; quote from, 17.2:1, 3, 20.3:3; reviews of,
                                    17.1:1-3; setting for, 16.4:2, 17.4:3, 18.3:4, 20.4:2, 21.4:2, 22.2:1; slide
                                    sets for, 16.1:1; translation of, 14.1:3, 14.2:2
                        My Mortal Enemy, 21.1:2
                        "Neighbour Rosicky," 18.3:1, 3, 18.4:1-4; in 1930 Woman's Home Companion,
                                    18.4:1
                        Not Under Forty: quote from, 22.3/4:3
                        Obscure Destinies: art on, 23.3:1; conference on, 18.3:1, 19.1:4, 19.3:1; essays
                                    on, 18.4:1-3; music 23.1:3; reviews of, 18.4:1, 3-4 
                        "Old Mrs. Harris," 17.2:2, 3, 19.3:3; display, 18.1:2; setting for, 16.1:1, 17.4:3,
                                    18.3:1; as "Three Women" in 1932 Ladies' Home Journal, 18.4:1
                        "An Old River Metropolis" Nebraska State Journal 1894, 14.2:2
                        "On the Divide" Overland Monthly 1896, 23.2:2
                        One of Ours, 18.2:2, 19.4:1-4, 22.3/4:1; conference on, 19.3:3, 20.1:1; prototypes,
                                    18.3:3; Pulitzer Prize for, 23.1:4, 23.3:4; setting for, 18.3:4, 22.1:1; slide
                                    set for, 16.1:1
                        "The Palatine" poem draft, 19.3:2
                        "Paul's Case,” 23.2:1, 3
                        O Pioneers! 17.1:2, 19.1:4, 19.3:3, 23.2:2; music 23.1:3; quote from, 15.1:1,
                                    16.1:1, 3, 17.2:3, 17.3:1; review of, 16.2:1, 2-4, 16.3:1, 3-4; setting for,
                                    16.4:1
                        "Prairie Spring" poem, 16.3:3
                        The Professor's House, 18.2:2, 3, 19.4:3, 20.4:1, 21.3:4
                        Sapphira and the Slave Girl: music 23.1:3, setting for, 14.2:3, 17.3:2, 20.3:2;
                                    source for, 23.4:1
                        "The Sentimentality of William Tavener," 23.2:3-4, 23.4:3 
                        "The Sculptor's Funeral," 19.1:2, 23.2:3
                        Shadows on the Rock: award for, 22.3/4:5; conference on, 22.2:3, 22.3/4:1-4,
                                    23.1:1, 23.3:3; edition of, 15.1:2; reviews of, 16.4:2, 22.3/4:6; setting for,
                                    18.3:2
                        "A Son of the Celestial: A Character," 18.2:3, 23.2:2-3
                        The Song of the Lark, 17.1:2, 18.2:2, 20.4:1, 22.3:3; conference on, 17.4:4, 18.1:1;
                                    display, 21.2:2; edition of, 21.4:4; music, 23.1:3; quotes from, 16.2:1,
                                    17.2:3; setting for, 16.1:1, 17.2:2, 17.4:3
                        "The Swedish Mother" poem draft, 19.3:2
                        The Troll Garden: conference on, 21.2:3, 21.4:1, 22.1:1, 23.2:1, 3; "A Death in
                                    the Desert" & "Two Friends," 18.3:1; in 1932 Woman's Home Companion,
                                    18.4:1, music 23.1:3
                        Uncle Valentine and Other Stories: Willa Cather's Uncollected Short Fiction,
                                    1915-1929
, (Slote, ed.), 16.3:4, 17.2:1, 18.1:3 
                        "A Wagner Matinee," 23.2:3, 4, 23.3:4; prototype, 18.3:3
                        "Wee Winkie's Wanderings," 17.3:2-3. 
                        Willa Cather On Writing, 21.3:4, 23.3:2, 6
                        Willa Cather's Collected Short Fiction 1892-1912 (V. Faulkner, ed.), 17.3:1-2,
                                    4, 23.1:3
                        The World and the Parish, "Willa Cather's Articles and Reviews, 1893-1903
                                    (Curtain, ed.), 14.1:2, 14.2:2, 15.1:2, 21.1:1, 21.3:1
Cather, William (grandfather), 23.4:1-4
Cather Centennial Year, 16.4:2
Cather childhood home, 19.1:2, 21.2:2, 22.3/4:1; items displayed in, 14.1:2; as National
            Landmark, 16.1:1, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 3, 19.1:3; photo of, 16.1:1, 20.3:2
Cather Commemorative Brochure, 17.2:1
Cather Family Reunion Day, 16.1:3; photo of, 15.2:1
Cather Gallery, 23.3:5
Catherland, 18.3:1, 22.2:2, 23.1:2, 23.3:5; in Aug. 1972 NEBRASKAland, 16.4:3; signs for,
            19.1:2, 20.3:1; tapestry of, 20.3:2; tour, 15.1:3, 16.4:1, 17.4:2, 4, 19.1:1, 22.2:1 
Catherland Federated Women's Club, 22.1:1
Catholic Church. See Red Cloud Catholic Church
Cavitt, Dick: television show, 23.3:3
Celeste, Mademoiselle: Cather on, 20.2:1
Celli, Aldo, 17.4:2, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:1; photo of, 18.1:2, 18.2:3
Center for Great Plains Studies, 23.1:3
Central Technical Community College: volunteers from, 20.4:2. See Appendix A for names
Certain-teed Products Corporation: materials from, 20.1:2, 20.4:2
Chaco Canyon, 21.3:4
Charles, Sister Peter Damian: dissertation by, 21.1:4
Cirino, Linda D.: Literary New York: A History Guide, 23.2:3 
Cliff Canyon, 21.3:4
Cliff Palace, 21.3:4
Clutter, Kyd (cousin), 23.4:1, 4 
Coleman, Marion Moore, 17.2:3
Colet, Louise, 23.3:2
Connors, Donald E., 14.2:3, 17.2:3, 18.3:2, 22.1:1; collections work by, 19.3:2; donation
            by, 20.3:2
Cook, Henry, 15.1:1
Coon, Gertrude L., 22.2:2
Cooper, Clara B., 15.2:4, 16.1:2
Cooper Foundation, 22.1:4
Cooper, James Fenimore: Cather on, 16.2:2
Corporation for Public Broadcasting. See Public Broadcasting System
Cowley, Charles Wesley: "Catherton Post Office," in Nebraska History, Winter, 1973, 18.3:2
Cox, Leland H. Jr., 21.3:4
Crane, Joan St. Clair: bibliography by, 21.3:1 
Crane, Stephen: Slote article about, 14.2:2
Crete Chautauqua, Crete, Nebraska: Cather on, July 1894, 19.2:1-3
Crone, Ruth: Willa Cather: The Woman and Her Work, 14.2:2
Cross, Governor W.: Cather letter to, Oct. 1931 Saturday Review of Literature, 22.2:3
Cumming, Robert E., 14.1:3
Cunliffe, Marcus, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.2:1, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:3; photo of, 18.2:3
Curtin, William M., 18.3:2; The World and the Parish, "Willa Cather's Articles and Reviews,
            1893-1903
, ed., 14.1:2, 14.2:2, 15.1:2, 21.1:1, 21.3:1. See also Appendix C
Curtis, Carl T., 15.2:3
Dailey, Lois, 23.3:4
d'Albert, Eugen: Gernot, Cather on, 23.2:1-2
Dane Church, 17.4:3, 19.1:3, 22.2:1; photo of, 16.4:1
Danker, Donald F., 15.2:1
Daugherty, Gerald I., 14.1:3
Davenport, Mr.: Cather on, 21.3:2
Day, Faith Nixon: The Bishop's Chapel artwork by, 20.3:2
Day, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D., 20.3:2
Deal, Mr.: Cather on, 20.2:3
Deines, Fred B., 14.2:1
Delaney, Sarah McPartland: photo of, 14.2:1
Demby, Jill, 19.3:3
Demarest, David P., Jr.: From These Hills, From These Valleys: Selected Fiction about Western Pennsylvania, ed., 20.1:2
Dennis, Sandy, 18.1:2
depot. See Burlington Depot
Derurnski, Rev. Victor, 16.4:2
Devlin, John: "Willa Cather Today: The Presence of Her Vision," symposium, 18.3:2
Dietrichstein, Leo: A Superfluous Husband, Cather on, 21.3:2
Dinn, James M.: "A Novelist's Miracle: Structure and Myth in Death Comes for the Archbishop"
            Western American Literature Spring 1972, 16.4:3
Dixey, Mr.: Cather on, 21.3:2
Donaldson, Carl A., 20.3:3
Doty, Patty Mountford, 23.3:3
Doudna, Ruth, 16.4:3, 19.3:2, 3, 22.1:1
Douglass, Charles: as Cather pseudonym, 17.3:1
Draves, Cornelius Joseph: "A Centennial Verse: To Willa Sibert Cather" poem, 18.1:3
Drew, John: Rosemary, Cather on, 16.3:2-3
Dumas, Alexandre: Count of Monte Cristo, The, Cather on, 20.2:1
Dunbar-Odom, Donna, 22.3/4:1, 23.1:2; "The Ordered Home: The Secondary Characters'
            Purpose in Shadows on the Rock," 22.3/4:3-4
Dunning Hall, Crete, Nebraska: Cather on, 19.2:2
Durbin, Maude: Cather on, 21.3:3
Duryea, Joseph T.: Cather on, 19.2:2
Dyboski, Roman, 17.2:3
Eddy, Dr.: Cather on, 20.2:4
Eddy, Mr.: as Handley Library staff, 23.4:1
Edel, Leon, 16.4:3, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.1:2, 18.2:1, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:2; photo of, 18.2:3
Edelman, Steve, 14.1:2
Edmiston, Susan: Literary New York: A History Guide, 23.2:3 
Edwards, Mr.: Cather on, 20.2:3
Effing, Rev. Myron, 21.4:3
Eichorn, Harry B.: Colby Library Quarterly Sept. 1973 article, 18.1:4
Elliot, Maxine: Cather on, 16.3:1
Emmons, Joseph W., 17.4:3, 19.1:3
Emmons, Justin, 17.4:3
English, John: choir direction by, 20.4:1, 21.4:2, 22.1:1; photos by, 14.1:2, 15.1:2, 20.3:2
English, Mark, 17.3:1
Enright, Lee J., 20.3:3
Episcopal Church, Red Cloud (Grace Episcopal), 14.1:2, 16.1:2, 19.1:3, 23.3:4; photo of, 15.1:2,
            15.2:2, 23.3:5; restoration of, 17.4:3, 20.3:2; service at, 15.2:1, 16.1:3, 17.4:2, 19.3:1
Eugene C. Eppley Foundation, 19.1:2
Evans, Messr. (Evans & Hoey): Cather on, 21.3:3
Evesson, Isabel: Cather on, 21.3:2
Exon, J. J., 21.4:3
Fairfax, Lord, 23.4:4
Farmland Industries: Farmland News, Oct. 31, 1978, "The Women Who Won the West," 23.1:2
Farney, Dennis: The Wall Street Journal article, 14.2:3
Faulkner, Jean R., 20.3:2
Faulkner, Virginia L., 18.3:2, 20.3:2; The Art of Willa Cather, ed., 19.1:4; as board member,
            17.3:1, 20.1:2-3, 20.3:3; "The Cather Bookshelf," 23.2:3-4; death of, 23.4:2; Out to the
            Wind
, 20.1:2, 20.4:2, 21.2:2, 23.1:3-4; photo of, 23.1:3; on TV, 18.1:3; "The Willa Cather
            Bibliography" 21.3:1; Willa Cather: A Pictorial Memoir, ed., 17.2:2; Willa Cather's
            Collected Short Fiction, 1892-1912
, ed., 14.2:2, 15.1:2, 23.1:4
Faulkner, William: on Cather, 21.3:4
Favorini, Attilio: "Hearts and Diamonds" documentary drama, 23.3:4
Fechin, Nicoloi: charcoal portrait by, 20.1:1
Ferguson, Larry: photo exhibit by, 22.1:1
Field, Rev. Msgr. William Noe: "Willa Cather Today: The Presence of Her Vision" symposium,
            18.3:2
First National Bank and Trust Company, Lincoln, 19.3:2
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 20.2:1
Fisher, Laird B., 14.2:3
Fitch, Clyde: A Superfluous Husband, Cather on, 21.3:2
Fitzgerald, Rev. Dennis, 14.1:3
Flaubert, Gustave, 23.3:2, 6
Fleck, Richard F.: University of Wyoming seminar by, 18.3:2
Flint Ridge, Virginia, 23.4:4
foreign editions: English, 16.3:1; French, 14.1:3; Japanese, 16.3:4, 19.1:5, 23.2:3, 4;
            Roumanian, 23.2:4
Forsberg, Clarence, 18.1:3
Frankoma Pottery, Salpulpa, Oklahoma: Cather plate by, 15.2:3
Frederic, Harold: The Damnation of Theron Ware, Cather on (June 10, 1899 Pittsburg Leader)
            21.1:1
Frederick County, Virginia, 18.3:2, 23.4:1
Freydberg, Margaret Howe: “Willa Cather: The Light Behind Her Books” The American
            Scholar
Spring 1974, 18.3:3
Frisbie, Josephine, 18.1:3, 18.3:3, 19.1:2, 22.1:1; as board member, 15.1:1, 20.3:1, 21.2:3;
            photo of, 19.1:1
Frisbie-Frisbee Family Association of America, 23.3:4, 5
Furnas, Robert W., 14.2:2
Futch, Helen: A Culinary Tour of Great American Homes, Cather recipes in, 20.1:2
Gallagher, Rachel, 19.1:2
Ganzel, Bill: photos exhibit by, 22.1:1
Garber, Addie (Mrs. Joseph), 22.2:2
Garber, Charlotte Dana, 16.4:2
Garber, Grace. See Tait, Grace Garber
Garber, Joseph, 22.2:2
Garber, Lyra (Mrs. Silas), 22.2:4; as prototype, 15.1:3-4; thesis on, 22.2:2
Garber, (Captain) Silas, 23.4:3; as Captain Forrester prototype, 15.1:3-4, 17.4:3, 19.1:2; death of,
            22.2:4; thesis on, 22.2:2. See also Red Cloud City Hall
Gaunt, Miss: Cather on, 20.2:3
Gaylord, Minnie: Cather on, 20.2:4
Gels, Clarence B.: as Postmaster, 17.4:1
Genuchi, Kathleen: "Memorializing an Author" thesis on WCPM history, 23.1:2, 23.3:4
Genuchi, Vena, 21.2:2
Georgia, Lowell, 17.2:3-4
Georgia State University: library holdings of, 21.1:4. See Appendix C
Gerber, Philip L.: Willa Cather, 20.1:2
Gere, Charles, 14.2:2
Gere, Mariel, 14.2:2
Gervaud, J. Michel, 14.1:3, 14.2:3, 15.2:3, 17.4:2, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:2; letter from,
            19.1:5; “A Note on Willa Cather and Flaubert,” 23.3:2, 6; photo of, 18.2:3, 23.3:2
Giannone, Richard: as speaker, 16.4:2, 18.3:2, 19.1:5; Music in Willa Cather's Fiction, 21.1:4 
Gifford, Electa: Cather on, 19.2:1, 2
Gilley, Leonard: "Willa Cather at Asticou Inn" poem, 17.1:3
Ginsburg, Gerald, 23.1:2, 23.3:3
Glenconner, Lord & Lady, 17.2:1
Goldsmith, Oliver: The Vicar of Wakefield, 21.1:1 
Goodman-Malamuth, Margaret, 21.4:1, 22.1:1
Goodwin, Nat: Cather on, 16.3:1-2
Gore, Sidney (great aunt), 23.4:4
Gore, Virginia: as Cather birthplace, 14.2:3, 20.3:3, 21.2:3
Gorgen, John E., 14.2:4, 22.1:1
Grace Episcopal Church. See Episcopal Church, Red Cloud
Graff, Wilton: Cather letter to, 16.4:2
Grahame, Kenneth: Dream Days, Cather on, 17.1:3-4
Graining, Robert (Bob), 21.4:4, 23.3:1
Grand Manan Island, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada, 18.3:2
Grand Opera House (New), Pittsburgh, 16.3:1, 3, 21.3:2, 3
Gray, Thomas: "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard," 18.4:3
Greenwich Village, New York: Cather at 82 Washington Place, 23.2:3
Grosvenor Hotel: Cather at 23.2:3
Grubb, Mr.: as George Washington Headquarters staff, 23.4:1
Guide Rock Signal, 22.2:4
Guilbert, Yvette: Cather on, 21.3:3
Gurko, Leo, 18.3:2
Hansen, Andrew, 16.4:1
Harkins, Daniel: Cather on, 16.3:3
Harris, Celia: O Pioneers! review by, Lincoln Sunday State Journal, Aug. 3, 1913, 16.2:1, 2-4
Hartwig, Nathaniel: Cather on, 16.3:2
Harwick, Robert, 20.1:1, 2
Hashiba, Masaichi, 20.3:2
Hass, Victor P.: article by, 15.1:2
Haworth, William: The Ensign, Cather on, 20.2:2-3
Held, Anna: Cather on, 21.3:3
Helmick, Evelyn, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.3:2
Herrmann the Magician: Cather on, 20.2:3
Herrmann, Mme.: Cather on, 20.2:2
Hinz, Evelyn J.: "Willa Cather's Technique and the Ideology of Populism" Western American
            Literature
, Spring, 1972, 16.4:3
Hinz, John, 18.3:2; photo of, 18.1:2
Hobson, Jane, 21.1:4
Hoey, Messr. (Evans & Hoey): Cather on, 21.3:3
Holbein, Hans: Dance of Death, as Cather source, 21.1:2
Holbrook, Hal, 21.2:2
Holland, E. M.: Cather on, 21.3:2
Holland, F. Ross, 17.4:2
Holland, Joseph: Cather on, 21.3:2
Holmes, Bayard: Cather on, 19.2:2
Home Monthly, 16.2:1, 16.3:1, 17.3:1, 2
Hopper, De Wolf: Cather on, 20.2:4
Horn, Gunnar, 20.3:2
Horning, Jerome: pottery by, 23.3:4, 5
Howard, Anthony, 23.4:4?
Hruska, Roman L., 15.2:3
Hudgins, Mary Love, 23.4:1
Hudgins, William, 23.4:1
Hudson, Stewart, 16.1:3
Huffman, Jessie: Cather on, 20.2:4
Hull, Ron, 18.3:2, 19.1:4, 5, 6, 20.1:1, 22.1:1, 23.3:4; as narrator, 20.4:2, 21.2:2
Hurlbert, Claire: photos by, 17.4:2, 19.3:1
Huysmans, Joris-Karl, 23.3:2
Into the Morning: Willa Cather's America film, 20.4:1, 21.2:1, 2, 21.4:2, 22.1:1
J. M. McDonald Foundation, 19.1:2
Jacks, L. V., 14.1:1-2, 22.1:1; death of, 16.1:2, 19.1:3; photo of, 19.1:1
Jacks, Mrs. L. V., 20.3:2
Jaffe, Daniel (Dan) Freeman: "Thoughts in Red Cloud, Nebraska" poem, 14.1:1
Jaffrey, New Hampshire: Cather gravesite at, 18.3:2; “High Mowing” at 17.1:3
James, Henry, 23.2:2
Jewett, Henry: Cather on, 20.2:2
Jewett, Sarah Orne, 17.2:1, 23.3:2, 6
Johnson, Anne L., 15.2:4
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Haldine, 20.1:1, 20.4:2, 21.4:2
Johnson, Rev. William A., 21.4:2, 22.1:1
Jordan, Robert P., 18.3:3
Kahle, Martin, 21.4:3, 22.2:1
Kates, George: Five Stories, 19.4:2
Kaufman, Marjorie R.: "Willa Cather and Her Aunt Franc," Mont Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly,
            Fall 1974, 19.1:4
Kean, Msgr. John, 16.4:2
Kearney State College, 23.1:4, 23.3:5
Keens, W.: Cather on, 20.2:4
Keilstrup, Lorraine, 16.1:2
Kellum, Arthur: Cather on, 20.2:4
Kendon, Frank: John O' London's Weekly, Dec. 3, 1932 review by, 18.4:3-4
Kent, Charles F: Cather on, 19.2:3
Khare, A. K., 17.4:3
King, Richard: O Pioneers! review by, from The Tatler (London), Sept. 3, 1913, 16.3:3-4
Kort, Antonette Pavelka, 19.1:2
Kivett, Marvin, 15.2:1, 19.1:2, 22.1:1; photo of, 22.2:1
Klassen, E. A.: as Postmater General, 16.4:2
Klotman, Phyllis R.: "The Musical Soul of Willa Cather," 14.1:3
Knoll, Elizabeth, 18.1:1
Knoll, Robert, 16.1:3, 17.2:1, 17.4:2, 22.1:1; as board member, 19.1:5, 20.3:3; as emcee,
            23.1:1; "The Humanities and the Gift of Sight" TV show by, 23.2:4, 23.3:4; interview by,
            18.3:1; as speaker 18.1:1
Knoll, Virginia, 23.3:4
Knopf, Alfred A., 17.4:2, 18.2:1, 18.3:3, 20.1:4, 20.3:2; photo of, 18.1:2
Knowles, Sheridan: The Love Chase, Cather on, 20.2:2
Kobayashi, Kenji: Frontier Literature: Studies in Willa Cather's Works, 16.4:1
Koshland, William A., 18.2:1, 18.3:1
Kosse, Lyle, 16.4:1
Kraft, Stephanie: "Willa Cather, the Prairie, and Red Cloud," No Castles on Main Street:
            American Authors and Their Homes
, 23.2:3, 23.3:5
Kuchar, Roman V., 16.4:1 
LaFitte: as pirate, 23.4:4
Lamy, Archbishop Jean: photo of statue of, 20.4:1, 21.1:1
Langollen, Virginia, 23.4:2
Lansing, The, Lincoln, Nebraska, 20.2:2, 3
Lathrop, Joanna, 16.1:2, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.1:1, 19.3:1; course by, 20.3:3; 20.4:3; discussion by,
            20.1:1, 20.4:1, 21.2:2; "On One of Ours," 19.4:1-2; "On the Title" (Death Comes for the
            Archbishop
), 21.1:1, 2-3; "On the Title" (Obscure Destinies), 18.4:1, 3; Willa Cather: A
            Checklist of Her Published Writing
, 19.1:4, 19.3:2, 20.2:1, 21.3:1
Laval, Bishop Francois: image of, 23.1:1
Leech, Hope, 14.1:1, 16.4:1
Leech, Roger R., 14.1:2; estate of, 21.2:3
Leiblinger, Rev. Frank, 22.1:1
Lewis, Edith, 19.3:2, 21.3:4, 22.3/4:1; death of, 16.4:2; quote from, 17.4:2; Willa Cather Living,
            17.2:1, 23.4:1
Lewis, Ella Cather (niece), 15.2:1, 16.1:1, 18.3:3, 19.1:3, 19.3:2, 20.1:2, 20.3:2, 3, 21.2:2;
            as panelist, 21.4:1, 22.1:1
Lewis, Jacquelynn S.: "The Expression of Loneliness" on Obscure Destinies, 18.4:1, 3
Lewis, Sarah, 20.4:4, 22.1:1
Lewis, Sinclair: Elmer Gantry, 21.1:1, 2
Lincoln Evening News: Cather in, 19.2:1-3
Lincoln State Journal: Cather interviewed in, 16.2:2
Lindgren, Mr. & Mrs Carol, 18.3:3
Lingeman, Richard R., Jan. 29, 1978 New York Times article on WCPM, 21.4:3
Little Blue River, 23.4:3
Little Red School House: photo of, 17.4:2 
Logan, Wilfred D., 19.1:2
Loti, Pierre: The Romance of a Spahi, Cather on (Nov. 9, 1895 Courier), 23.2:1
Love, Dr.& Mrs., 23.4:1
Lowell, Catherine Cather (niece), 19.3:2, 20.1:2, 20.3:3, 21.2:2; photo of, 21.2:3
Lowery, Mike, 17.2:4
Lumley, Ralph: Thoroughbred, Cather on, 21.3:2-3
Lusk, Larry: newspaper article by, 14.2:1
Machovec, Rev. Frank J.: research by, 14.2:1
MacKichan, Margaret: photo exhibit by, 22.1:1
Magie, John Q., 14.2:2
Mamer, Mr. & Mrs. John, 18.3:2
Manhattan, New York: Cather in, 23.2:3
Mansfield, Richard: Cather on, 16.3:3
March, John, 19.3:2, 22.1:1; research by, 14.2:1, 19.1:1
Marlowe, Julia: Cather on, 20.2:1, 2
Martin, David, 16.1:1, 16.4:2
Marymount College: Cather course at, 14.2:2
Mason, Charlie, 21.3:4
Massie, Bessie Love, 23.4:1
Masters, Fred: as choreographer of "Nebraska: The Seasons," 23.1:2
Matheny Family: as Cather relatives, 14.1:2
Mathes, James R., 18.3:3
Mattern, Claire: "The Themes That Bind" on Obscure Destinies, 18.4:1
Maury, ______: Cather photo by, 15.2:2
McCall, Mal & Meri, 20.4:4
McClung, Isabelle, 18.3:2
McClung, Samuel A.: house of, 18.3:2, 20.1:1
McClure, Charlotte. S.: "Studies of Willa Cather," 21.1:4
McClure, S. S., 16.1:3, 21.4:1
McClure's Magazine, 16.1:3, 16.2:2, 21.4:1
McCook, Henry Christopher: The Latimers, Cather on, 16.2:1-2
McCord, David: "On Reading with a Pencil," Harvard Today, Spring, 1969, 17.2:3
McFarland, Dorothy Tuck: Willa Cather, 17.2:4
McKeag, Willard, 20.3:2
McLean, Barbara M., 14.1:3
McNitt, Frank: Richard Wetherill: Anasazi, 21.3:4
Mellen, Mrs. Richard (niece), 15.2:2, 19.1:3, 23.3:4
Menken, H. L.: review of My Antonia, 17.1:1
Menuhin, Hephzibah, 19.1:3; as performer, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.1:2, 18.3:1; as Cather's "godchild,"
            18.1:3
Menuhin, Yaltah, 19.1:3; as performer, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.1:2, 18.3:1; as godchild, 18.1:3
Menuhin, Yehudi, 19.1:3; as performer, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.1:2, 18.3:1; as godchild, 18.1:3
"A Menuhin Tribute to Willa Cather": on Nebraska ETV, 18.1:3, 19.1:3; on PBS, 18.3:1-2
Mertz, David, 20.1:1
Mertz, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, 18.3:2
Mesa Verde, 18.2:3, 21.3:4
Meyer, Max, 14.2:3
Miller, Bruce E.: Kansas Quarterly Fall 1973 article, 18.1:3
Miller, James E., Jr., 17.2:2, 17.4:2; excerpt from, 18.2:2; photo of, 17.2:3, 18.2:3; Prairie
            Schooner
Summer 1974, 18.3:3
Miller, Raymond, 21.2:2
Miller, Ruth & Walt, 20.4:2
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred H, 16.4:2
Milmine, Georgine: The Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy and the History of Christian Science,
            Cather as ghost writer for, 16.1:3
Miner Bros. General Store, 16.4:2
Miner, Carrie. See Sherwood, Carrie Miner
Miner, Irene. See Weisz, Irene Miner
Miner, J. L., 14.1:1
Miner, Jennie. See Reiher, Jennie Miner
Miner, Mary. See Creighton, Mary Miner
Miner, Retta Ayre, 18.3:2
Miner-Weisz Charitable Fund, Chicago, 14.1:3, 14.2:3, 16.1:2, 19.1:2-3, 6; endowment by,
            20.3:2
Missouri River: Brownville on, 14.2:2
Moers, Ellen: photo of, 18.1:2, 18.3:2
Moore, Charles, 23.3:4
Moran, Helen: London Mercury, Jan. 1933 review by, 18.4:4
Moran, John, 14.1:1, 14.2:1, 19.1:3
Morgan, Edward: Cather on, 20.2:1
Morris, Wright, 20.4:3
Morrison, Frank B., 19.1:2, 22.1:1
Mosley, Frederick: Cather on, 21.3:3
Mountford, Fritz, 21.4:2, 22.1:1
Mountford, Jennifer: photo of, 14.1:2 
Mountford, Miriam, 22.1:1; article by, 16.4:3-4, 21.2:1; as board member, 19.3:2, 20.3:3,
            20.4: 4, 22.2:1, 23.3:4; photo of, 19.3:1
Mountford, William (Bill) E., 16.4:1, 22.1:1; as board member, 17.2:3, 19.3:2, 20.3:3, 23.3:4;
            donation by, 20.3:2
Murphy, John J., 16.4:2, 18.3:2, 22.3/4:1, 23.1:1; "The Art of Shadows on the Rock," Prairie
            Schooner
, 1976, 23.1:2; Colby Library Quarterly, Sept. 1973, 18.1:4; Five Essays on
            Willa Cather: The Merrimack Symposium
, ed., 19.1:5; photo of, 23.1:2; "Shadows on the
            Rock
: Cather's Medieval Refuge," Renascence, Winter 1963, 23.1:2; "Sources and ‘Tom
            Outland's Story,’" 21.3:4; "Willa Cather and the Catholic Experience," 23.3:3
music, 18.2:3, 23.2:1; based on Cather works, 17.2:2, 20.1:2, 20.4:1, 2, 21.2:2, 21.4:2, 23.1:2, 3,
            4; for Cather, 23.3:4; Klotman article, 14.1:3; “Willa Cather” concerts (from works),
            14.1:1, 14.2:1, 18.1:2 
Nakata, Yuji, 17.4:3, 19.1:5
National Cowboy Hall of Fame: Cather in, 19.1:4
National Educational TV, 19.3:3. See also Public Broadcasting System
National Endowment for the Humanities, 23.2:4, 23.3:4; grant for "The Art of Willa Cather"
            seminar, 17.2:2
National Institute of Arts and Letters: award from, 17.3:1
National Register of Historic Places, 21.4:2
National Stockman and Farmer: Cather column in, 17.3:2
Nature Conservancy, The, 18.3:1, 19.1:3, 4, 19.3:1, 21.2:3, 23.1:4, 23.3:5; On The Land
            July/Aug., 1978, 22.1:1, 4
Naumer, Helmuth J., 20.1:2
Nebraska, 23.4:1-4; history of, 16.2:2, 4; Legislature, 19.1:2, 22.2:1; state tree of, 16.2:1.
            See also Nebraska State Historical Society
Nebraska American Revolution Bicentennial Commission: grant from, 19.1:5, 19.3:2
Nebraska Arts Council, 22.2:3
Nebraska Council of Teachers of English, 15.1:2
Nebraska Dance Ensemble: "Nebraska: The Seasons," 23.1:2
Nebraska Educational Television (University of Nebraska Television KUON-TV):
            “Bookshelf,”18.1:3; "The Humanities and the Gift of Sight," 23.2:4, 23.3:4; “A Menuhin
            Tribute to Willa Cather,” 18.1:3, 19.1:3; “Willa Cather Remembered,” 19.3:2, 20.1:1
Nebraska Library Association: Mari Sandoz Award by, 19.1:4
Nebraska Natural Gas Company, 20.3:3
Nebraska Pioneer Farm Award, 18.3:3
Nebraska State Historical Society: acquisition of WCPM property by, 21.2:1, 21.4:3, 22.1:4,
            22.2:1, 23.3:1; meeting of, 15.2:1; photos from, 22.2:2, 3, 23.4:1
Nebraska State Journal: Cather column in, 20.2:1-4, 21.1:1
Neihardt, John G., 20.4:3; dedication by, 19.1:2; luncheon for, 15.2:1; quote from, 17.2:2
Nethersole, Olga: Cather on, 16.3:2
Nevin, Ethelbert: "La Lune Blanche," 23.3:4
Newman, Mary Ben Cather: Cauther-Cather family line, 23.3:4
New Virginia country school, Catherton Precinct, 16.4:2
New York: Cather residence in, 18,1:3, 18.3:2, 20.1:4, 23.2:3
Nichols, Adele, 16.4:2
Niemayer, Mr. & Mrs. Lyle, 20.4:2
Nishikawa, Masami, 19.1:2
Nixon, Louise Aldrich, 20.3:2
Noble, Pauline, 22.2:4. See also Tait, Pauline
Noel, Arlene: artwork for Friend of My Springtime, 19.1:4 
Nordenskiold, A. E.: as explorer, 21.3:4
Notre Dame de la Victoire: photo of, 22.2:3
Obitz, Harry, 15.2:2, 19.3:2, 22.1:1; as board member, 20.3:3, 23.3:4; photo of, 19.1:1
Obitz, Helen, 15.1:1, 15.2:2, 20.3:3, 22.1:1; as actress, 23.2:4, 23.3:4; donation by, 14.1:3;
            museum work by, 19.1:2, 19.3:2, 3; photo of, 19.1:1, 20.3:1
O'Connor, Margaret: "Willa Cather and Virginia," 20.3:3
Odlozilik, Otakar, 14.2:2
Oldfield, Barney A.: “Cather, Theatre and Things” Nebraska Alumnus July 1971, 15.1:3,
            15.2:1, 2
Oliver, Miss: Cather on, 21.3:2
Olson, James C., 15.2:4; photo of, 16.1:2
Omaha World Herald Foundation, 14.1:3, 19.1:3, 22.1:4
Omori, Mamoru: The Novels of Willa Cather, 20.3:2
O'Neill, Eugene, 20.2:1
O'Neill, James: Cather on, 20.2:1
Ord, Jami, 20.3:3
O'Rourke, Frank: photo of, 19.1:1
Out to the Wind musical, 20.1:2, 20.4:1, 2, 21.2:2, 23.1:3-4
Overing, Robert: Willa Cather and Mari Sandoz, Differing Viewpoints of the Early West, 16.4:2
Parkman, Francis, 22.3/4:1
Patts, Contance, Sue: “Traditional, Agrarian and Dark Pastoral Attitudes in Willa Cather’s
            Major Novels,” 17.2:3
Pavelka, Anna (Annie) Sadilek (Mrs. John), 17.2:4, 17.4:2, 23.4:3, 20.4:2; farmhouse of, 20.1:2,
            21.4:2; photo of, 17.2:1
Pavelka, Antonette. See Kort, Antonette Pavelka
Pavelka, Elizabeth. See Boyd, Elizabeth Pavelka
Pavelka, Emil, 19.1:2; death of, 23.4:3
Pavelka, John, 17.2:1, 20.4:2; farmhouse of, 20.1:2, 21.4:2
Pavelka, Lucille, 19.1:2; death of, 20.3:2
Pearce, T. M.: Literary America 1903-1934, 23.3:5
Peattie, Elia W.: 'Ickery Ann and Other Boys and Girls, Cather on, 17.1:4
Pecos Pueblo, New Mexico: photo of, 21.1:3
Perfection Form Company, 14.1:2; "Willa Cather: Rebel from Red Cloud" film strip by, 15.1:1
Pers, Lisa, 19.1:5
Pers, Mona, 19.1:5; "Two Friends," 18.4:1, 2-3
Phillips, Jeanne, 19.3:2, 22.1:1
Phillips, Kathe, 22.1:1
Phillips, Linda, 21.4:2, 22.1:1
Pickering, Sir George and Lady Carola, 22.2:2
Pierce, Dorsey Smith, 16.4:2
Pierson, Lonnie: Lyra & Silas Garber: A Nebraska Story, 22.2:2, 4
Pitt, Mr.: Cather on, 21.3:2
Pittsburgh: Alvin Theater, 16.3:2; Cather in, 14.1:2, 3, 17.3:1, 18.3:2, 20.1:1, 2, 23.3:4; Carnegie
            Hall, 23.2:1; New Grand Opera House, 16.3:1, 3, 21.3:2, 3
Pittsburg Leader, 16.2:1-2, 16.3:1-3; Cather's "Books and Magazines" column in, 17.1:1, 3-4;
            Cather as critic for, 21.3:2-3, 23.2:1-2
Pittsburg Orchestra: Cather on, 23.2:1-2
Pitzer, Frances. See Tait, Frances
Planquette, Robert: The Chimes of Normandy, Cather on, 20.2:3-4
Pleasant Prairie School, 14.2:3
Poole, Charles, 21.2:3
Portenier, Mrs. Keith, 20.3:2
Porter, Katherine Anne, 21.4:1
Powell, Lawrence Clark: "Southwest Classics Reread," 16.1:3
Prigozy, Ruth, 18.3:2
Princeton University, 17.3:1
Prix Femina Americain: French award, 22.3/4:5, 23.1:1, 23.3:3
Public Broadcasting System, 18.3:1-2, 19.1:3, 21.2:2. See also National Educational TV; Nebraska Educational Television; WNET-TV, New York
Pughtown, Virginia, 23.4:3
Pyle, Howard: Robin Hood, inscribed by Cather, 16.1:1
Quirk, Mr. & Mrs. John, 19.1:2
Randall, John H., III, 16.4:2, 19.1:5; The Landscape and the Looking Glass: Willa Cather's
            Search for Value
, 22.3/4:4
Rascoe, Burton: One of Ours review, Sept. 10, 1922 New York Tribune, 19.4:4
Rauscher, Bishop Russell T.: Episcopal Church, 19.1:3
Rawson, Kathryn (Mrs. Ralph French), 23.3:1. See also Tait, Kathryn
Rawson, Ralph French, 22.2:2
Ray, George, 23.4:1
Ray, Blanche Cather (cousin), 23.4:1
Raymond, Mrs. P. V. M.: Cather on, 19.2:2, 20.2:2
Recollet Friars: records of, 22.3/4:1
Red Cloud, 19.1:2, 20.3:3, 22.2:1, 2, 4, 22.3/4:1, 23.4:3; article about, 15.2:2; businesses in,
            22.2:2; as childhood home, 14.1:1, 17.3:2; choir of, 21.2:1; filmstrip of, 16.4:2; history,
            15.1:1, 3-4; letters from, 18.3:2; photo of, 18.4:2, 22.1:2; as setting, 23.3:3; stamp issued
            at, 17.4:1, 18.3:2. See also Burlington Depot; Catherland; Episcopal Church; State
            Theater; Webster County; and listings beginning with “Red Cloud”
Red Cloud Agency, 23.4:3
Red Cloud Argus. See Webster County Argus
Red Cloud Bicentennial Committee, 20.1:3
Red Cloud Catholic Church (St. Juliana Falconieri), 21.4:3, 22.1:1; dedication of, 14.1:1, 2,
            14.2:1, 19.1:3; gift of, 19.1:2; name correction 14.2:1-2; restoration of, 15.1:1, 16.1:1,
            16.4:2, 17.4:3, 21.2:1; service at, 18.1:1, 20.4:1, 22.1:1
Red Cloud Chamber of Commerce, 19.1:4 
Red Cloud Chief, 19.1:2, 19.3:2; review reprinted in, 17.1:1-2
Red Cloud City Hall (Silas Garber Bank Building/Farmer's & Merchant's Bank), 21.4:4, 22.1:1,
            22.2:1, 23.3:1; purchase of, 19.1:2; restoration of, 17.4:3
Red Cloud Future Homemakers of America (F.H.A.), 22.1:1
"Red Cloud" river boat, 14.2:2
Red Cloud Sacred Heart Church: items from, 16.4:2
Reiher, Mrs. Charles, 17.4:2
Reiher, Jennie Miner (cousin), 15.2:1, 22.1:1, 23.4:1, 2; Cather family history by, 18.3:2; photo
            of, 19.1:1
Republican River (Valley), 16.4:1, 18.3:1, 23.4:3
Reuss, Henry S., 23.1:3
Reynard, Grant: "Willa Cather's Advice to a Young Artist" Prairie Schooner, Summer 1972,
            16.4:2
Rich, Frances, 21.2:3
Rich, Irene, 21.2:2-3; photo of, 21.2:3
Richardson, Wallace, 22.2:3
Riley, Paul D. 22.1:1; "Cather Family Letters," Nebraska History Winter, 1973, 18.3:2
Rinehart, Frank: negatives for Cather portrait by, 19.3:2
Ritter, Darlene, 19.1:5
Robertson, Josephine: "Prairie Pioneers," The Christian Science Monitor, June 15, 1971, 15.2:2
Robinson, John; photo of, 18.2:3
Rolvaag, O.E., 20.4:3
Romney, Virginia, 23.4:2
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 18.1:3
Roosevelt, Franklin, 18.1:3
Rose, Mrs. David, 19.1:5
Rosowski, Sue, 20.1:1
Rowlands, Gena, 21.2:2
Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 23.3:3
Rucker, Mary E.: Arizona Quarterly Fall 1973, 18.1:3
Russell, Lillian, 23.3:4
Ryley, Madeleine Lucette: An American Citizen, Cather on, 16.3:1-2
Sadilek, Anna. See Pavelka, Anna
St. Germain, Fernand J., 23.1:3
St. Juliana Choir, 21.4:2, 22.1:1
St. Juliana Falconieri Church: name correction from erroneous St. Juliana Falernexis, 14.2:1-2. See Red Cloud Catholic Church
Saint-Saëns: "Suite Algerienne," Cather on, 23.2:1
Salvini, Alexander: Cather on, 21.3:3
Sandoz, Mari, 20.4:3
Sandstrom, M. E., 23.3:1
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 21.2:2, 23.3:5; Catherdral, photo of, 21.1:1
Sato, Hiroko, 17.4:2, 18.1:2, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:3-4; photo of, 18.2:3; "Willa Cather
            in Japan," 23.2:4
Savey, Gil: "The Magnetism of Catherland," 15.2:1
Schantz, Albert and Agnes. See Albert and Agnes Schantz Foundation
Scherman, David E., 22.1:1; photo by, 16.1:1, 3, 20.4:1 
Schickel, Richard: film by, 19.3:3, 21.2:2
Schneider, Sister Lucy, 18.3:3, 20.1:1; Kansas Quarterly, Fall 1973 article, 18.1:3; "Cather's
            'Land-Philosophy' in Death Comes for the Archbishop," 14.2:2; "Something That
            Endures," 19.4:1, 2-4
Schultz, C. Bertrand, 19.3:2, 20.3:3, 21.2:3, 22.1:1, 23.3:4; photo of, 22.2:1
Schultz, Marian, 14.2:3, 20.3:3, 23.3:4
Schwartz, Lou (Lu), 19.3:2, 22.1:1
Schwartz, Mel: photo of, 22.2:2
Scott, Rev. Willard: Cather on, 19.2:1
Seamark, J. H. W.: Cather on, 20.2:4
Seibel, George & Helen: letters to, 14.1:2, 3, 16.4:2
Seibert, Servina, 23.4:1
Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley, 22.3/4:1, 2: Willa Cather: A Memoir, 23.3:1
Seymour, Bess (cousin), 17.3:2
Seymour, Gabriel: "Willa Cather's Red Cloud" photos by, 20.1:4
Seymour, Whitney North, Jr., 20.1:2, 4
Shaffer, Jeanne, 18.3:2, 20.1:1
Shakespeare, William: The Merchant of Venice: Cather on, 16.3:3
Shannon, Margaret Cather (Mrs. Richard) (niece), 15.2:1, 16.4:2, 19.1:2, 3. See also Cather,
            Margaret
Shannon, Richard S., 16.1:2, 19.1:2;
Shears, Harry: Cather on, 20.2:4
Sherwood, Carrie Miner, 15.1:2, 17.2:2-3, 19.1:2, 22.1:1; photo of, 14.1:1, 19.1:1; death of,
            16.1:3, 19.1:3; dedication to, 14.2:3; designs by, 15.2:3, 19.1:1; donation by, 14.1:3
Sherwood, John W., 14.1:3
Shudo, Daniel K., 22.2:2
Silas Garber Bank Building (Farmer's and Merchant's Bank). See Red Cloud City Hall
Sims, Annette, 19.3:1
Skinner, Otis: A Soldier of Fortune, Cather on, 21.3:3
Skupa, Mr. & Mrs. Dale D., 20.3:2
Sladky, Rev. W. F., 18.1:1
Slote, Bernice D., 15.1:3, 17.4:2, 18.3:2, 19.1:5, 19.3:1, 21.3:1; The Art of Willa Cather:
            Reassessments and Recollections
, ed., 18.1:2, 18.3:3, 19.1:4; articles by, 14.1:3, 14.2:2;
            award, 23.3:4; as board member, 18.1:1, 20.1:2-3, 20.3:3, 20.4:1; course by, 20.4:3;
            discussion by, 21.2:2, 22.3/4:1; donation by, 20.3:2; as editor, 19.1:3, 23.2:1, 23.2:3; The
            Kingdom of Art: Willa Cather's First Principles and Critical Statements, 1893-1896
, ed.
            15.1:2, 20.2:1, 23.1:2; as narrator, 14.1:1, 14.2:1, 18.3:1; "The New Pioneer: Images in
            the Work of Willa Cather and Others" 20.1:2; photo of, 18.2:3, 23.1:3; as speaker, 16.1:2,
            16.4:2, 17.2:2, 20.1:1; Uncle Valentine and Other Stories: Willa Cather's Uncollected
            Short Fiction, 1915-1929, ed., 16.3:4, 17.2:1, 18.1:3; Willa Cather: A Pictorial Memoir
            (with L. Woods, V. Faulkner, ed.), 17.2:2, 18.1:1, 3, 18.3:1, 19.1:4; "Willa Cather
            Reports Chatauqua," in Prairie Schooner, Spring 1969, 19.2:1; “Willa Cather and the
            Sense of History,” Women, Women Writers, and the West, 23.2:3; "Willa Cather:
            Storyteller for Children," 17.3:1-2; "Willa Cather and the West," Persimmon Hill, 1974
            No. 4, 19.1:4 
Smith, Aristole: as Cather relative, 16.4:2
Smith, Frances. See Cather, Franc (aunt)
Smith, Grandmother (great grandmother), 23.4:3
Smith, Hopkinson: Colonel Carter of Cartersville, Cather on, 21.3:2
Smith, Joe (great uncle), 23.4:3
Smith, John, 23.4:1, 2, 3
Southwick, Helen Cather (Mrs. Phillip) (niece), 16.4:1, 18.2:1, 20.3:2, 22.3/4:5, 23.3:3; as board
            member 14.2:3, 15.1:2, 19.1:3, 20.1:1; cottage restoration by 18.3:2
Southwick, Phillip, 18.3:2
Spangler, Mrs. E. C., 20.3:2
Sprague, Barbara (Mrs. Bernard), 20.4:1, 21.4:2, 22.1:1
Srivaslava, A. K., 17.4:3
Stafford, Mrs. E. E., 20.3:2
Stanwyck, Barbara, 21.2:2
State Theater Building, Red Cloud: as museum quarters, 19.1:1
Stevenson, Robert Louis: quote from, 17.1:4
Stewart, Grace: A New Mythos: The Novel of the Artist as Heroine, 1877-1977, 23.2:3
Stineback, David, Arizona Quarterly, Fall 1973 article, 18.1:3
Stirling, Nora: Who Wrote the Modern Classics? 16.1:3
Stouck, David: 15.2:3, 18.3:2, 22.3/4:1, 2; Arizona Quarterly, Fall 1973, 18.1:3; "Mary Austin
            and Willa Cather," 23.2:2-3; "O Pioneers! Willa Cather and the Epic Imagination,"
            15.2:1; Prairie Schooner Spring 1972, 16.1:3; Willa Cather's Imagination, 19.1:4, 23.2:3;
            “Willa Cather’s Last Four Books,” Novel: A Forum on Fiction Fall 1973, 18.1:3;
            "Willa Cather and The Professor's House: Letting Go with the Heart" Western American
             Literature
, Spring, 1972, 16.4:3
Stouck, Mary-Ann: Arizona Quarterly Fall 1973, 18.1:3
Strauss, Willis, of Northern Natural Gas: donation by, 20.3:2
Sullivan, Patrick J.: "Willa Cather's Southwest" Western American Literature, Spring,
            1972, 16.4:3
Sutherland, Donald, 17.4:2; excerpt from, 18.2:3; photo of, 18.1:2, 18.2:3, 18.3:3
Swanson, Doris, 20.3:3
Synnott, Kevin, 22.1:1
Taft, Lorado: Cather on, 19.2:1, 2
Tait, Frances (later Frances Pitzer), 22.2:2
Tait, Grace Garber (Mrs. LaRoy), 22.2:2, 4, 23.3:1
Tait, Kathryn, 22.2:2. See also Rawson, Kathryn 
Tait, LaRoy, 22.2:2, 4
Tait, Lyra, 22.2:2
Tait, Pauline, 22.2:2. See also Noble, Pauline
Tawarada, Harue, 23.1:2
television programs: commercial spots, 23.1:2. See also National Educational TV; Public
            Broadcasting System; Nebraska Educational Television; WNET-TV, New York
Tennant, Stephen, 18.3:3; "The Old Prairies" poem, 17.2:1
Terrill, Dean, 22.1:1; photo by, 15.1:1, 19.3:3
Thomas, Larry: photo by, 17.4:3
Thone, Charles, 23.3:4
Townsend Studios: Cather photo by, 14.2:2
Traux, Sara: Cather on, 21.3:3
Tupper, Barbara, 20.3:3
Turner, Mr. & Mrs. Carrol, 18.3:3, 20.4:2
Twain, Mark, 23.1:3; Huckleberry Finn, 22.3/4:2
University of Kansas: Cather course at, 14.1:3-4
University of Nebraska, 18.1:2; "The Art of Willa Cather" extension course at, 20.4:3, seminar
            at, 17.4:2, 18.1:2, 18.2:1, 18.8:3, 19.1:3; Cather at, 14.2:2, 17.3:1, 20.2:1; College of Arts
            & Sciences, 17.2:1; English Department of, 15.2:3; Madrigal Singers, performance by,
            14.2:1, 19.1:3; photo of, 22.1:2; School of Music production, 21.2:2, 23.1:3; symphony
            orchestra and singers of, 18.1:2, 3, 18.3:1; "Willa Cather Garden" at, 18.1:2, 20.3:3
University of Nebraska Foundation, 23.1:3
University of Nebraska Press: bison paperback by, 21.4:4; Cather series by, 15.1:2, 16.3:4,
            17.2:1, 2, 19.1:4; Cather Centennial book by, 15.2:3; publications of, 18.1:2, 21.3:1
University of Vermont: Dorothy Canfield Fisher papers at Guy Bailey Library of, 20.2:1
Van Meter, Marcella (Mrs. W. D.), 18.3:3, 19.3:2, 22.1:1
Van Meter, William D., 20.1:2, 20.3:1
Varley, Rev. Robert P., 15.2:1, 16.1:3
Varner, Durward B., 17.2:2, 3
Vest, Mira Meacham, 15.1:1; For Everything a Season, 17.2:3
Vierneisel, Karen Helene: "Fugitive Matriarcy, Willa Cather's Life and Art," 23.1:2
Virginia, 17.3:2, 23.4:1-4; photo of Cather in, 22.1:2
Vogue: Cather story in, 17.3:2
Wackeria, Tom F.: as Postmaster, 17.4:1
Wade, Barc: "Red Cloud: Nostalgia in the Cornfields," The Motor Club News, July 1971, 15.2:2
Wallis, Bob, 18.3:2
Walters, Vern: photos by, 17.2:2, 3, 19.3:1
Ware, Viletta Sue, 14.2:1
Warner, Jerome, 21.4:3, 22.2:1
Watkins, Floyd C., 17.4:3; In Time and Place: Some Origins of American Fiction, 23.2:3
Webster County, Nebraska, 15.1:4, 18.3:1, 19.1:2, 20.3:1, 23.4:3; article about, 14.2:3, 21.4:3;
            Catherton Precinct in, 16.4:2; county fair, 18.3:3; film strip of, 16.4:2; letters from,
            18.3:2; photo at, 19.4:2. See also Catherland; Red Cloud
Webster County Argus, 19.1:2, 22.2:2, 22.2:4
Webster County Historical Museum, 19.1:4 
Weisz, Irene Miner: death of, 15.1:2; as prototype, 14.2:3
Welsch, Roger L., 21.4:2, 22.1:1, 22.2:2
Welty, Eudora, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 18.2:1, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:4; photo of, 18.1:2, 18.2:3;
            "The Physical World of Willa Cather" New York Times Book Review, 27 Jan. 1974,
            18.1:3
Western Literature Association: meeting of, 15.2:1, 2, 19.1:3
Wetherill, Benjamin Alfred, 21.3:4
Wetherill, Richard (Dick), 21.3:4. See also, McNitt, Frank
Whaley, Elizabeth Gates: Prairie Schooner Summer 1974, 18.3:3
White, William Allen: Cather on, 17.1:4
Willa Cather Centennial: concerts, 18.1:2, 3; observances, 16.4:2, 17.2:1, 17.4:2, 3, 19.1:3
Willa Cather Commemorative Stamp, 14.1:4, 15.2:3, 16.1:3-4, 16.4:2, 17.2:3; first day issue of,
            17.4:1, 18.3:2, 19.1:3, 19.3:2; photo of, 17.3:1
Willa Cather Garden, UNL, 18.1:2, 20.3:3
Willa Cather Historical Center (Cather Center), 22.2:1, 23.1:3, 23.3:5
Willa Cather Memorial Prairie, 18.3:1, 19.1:3, 4, 19.3:3, 21.2:3; filming at, 23.3:4; marker for,
            19.3:1; workshop at, 23.1:4, 23.3:5
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial (WCPM): aims, 17.4:3, 19.1:5, 22.1:4; anniversary, 14.1:1, 3,
            18.3:1, 19.1:1; annual meeting/spring conference, 14.1:1-2, 14.2:4, 15.1:3, 15.2:4, 17.4:2,
            4, 19.3:1, articles on, 21.2:1, 2, 22.1:1, 23.3:3, reservations for, 18.1:3, 19.1:3, 20.1:1, 3,
            20.4:3, schedule, 16.1:2, 17.2:2, 4, 21.4:1, 23.1:1; theme of, 18.3:1, 19.4:2, 19.3:3,
            20.3:4, 21.2:3; Board of Governors, additions to, 15.2: 1, 19.1:5, 21.2:3, photo, 15.2:1;
            charter of, 19.1:2, 21.4:3; educational programs of, 16.4:3; endowment fund, 19.1:6,
            19.3:2; emblem, 19.1:1; finances, 14.1:3, 15.1:2-3, 16.1:2, 17.4:4, 18.3:3, 21.2:3; history,
            18.3:3, 19.1:1-3; honorees, 22.1:1; professional organizations, 17.4:3; promotional
            broadcasts, 18.3:3, 19.1:3, 23.1:2; property transfer by, 21.2:1, 22.2:1, 23.3:1;
            membership, 17.2:4, 17.4:1, 18.3:3, 20.3:3, 22.2:1, 23.3:1; tours (see also Catherland),
            19.1:2, 20.1:2; visitors, 16.4:3, 23.1:2, 23.3:5. See also Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial
            and Educational Foundation; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Museum and Archives;
            Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation: Governor's Arts Award to, 22.2:3,
            23.3:4; offices of, 22.2:1, 23.3:1; tax status of, 14.2:4. See also Willa Cather Pioneer
            Memorial; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Museum and Archives; Willa Cather Pioneer
            Memorial Newsletter
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Museum and Archives, 17.4:4, 19.3:3, 22.2:3, 23.3:3; building,
            17.4:3; collection, 19.3:2, 23.3:4; curator for, 21.4:1; dedication of, 19.1:2; history,
            19.1:1; letters in, 14.1:2, 18.3:2; microfilm at, 17.4:3, 19.1:2, 5, 20.1:2; remodeling of,
            20.3:1; souvenirs of, 15.1:1, 15.2:3, 16.1:1, 21.2:4; volunteers, 19.3:3, 20.3:3, 20.4:2, 4,
            (See appendixes). See also Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial; Willa Cather Pioneer
            Memorial and Educational Foundation; Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter: cost of, 17.2:4; history, 19.1:1; literary issue
            introduced, 16.2:1; membership, 15.2:3; mailing list, 19.1:6. See also Willa Cather
            Pioneer Memorial
"Willa Cather: Rebel from Red Cloud" film strip, 15.1:1, 16.4:2
Willa Cather Remembered film, 19.3:2, 20.1:1, 22.1:1
Willa Cather Societies: chapter in Japan 19.1:2
Williams, Evan: Cather on, 23.2:1, 2
Willingham, John R., 14.1:3
Willow Shade Farm, Gore, Virginia, 23.4:2; as Cather family home, 14.2:3, 17.3:2, 20.3:2,
            21.2:3; photo of, 23.4:1
Wilson, James, 15.1:3
Wilson, Richard (Rich), 15.1:3, 16.1:2, 20.1:1
Winchester, Virginia, 23.4:1, 3; as Cather birthplace, 14.2:3
Wishnow, Emanuel, 18.1:2, 18.3:1
WNET-TV, New York: film by, 19.3:3; Great American Authors: “Willa Cather,” 20.1:1; Into
            the Morning: Willa Cather's America
, 20.4:1, 21.4:2
Wolfe, Grace, 22.1:1; death of, 14.1:3
Wolfe, Laird G., 14.2:3; photo of, 19.3:1
Woodress, James L., 17.4:2, 18.3:3; excerpt from, 18.2:1; photo of, 18.2:3; Willa Cather: Her
            Life and Art
, 15.1:2, 19.1:4
Woods Charitable Fund, Inc. of Lincoln and Chicago, 14.1:1, 14.2:1, 16.1:1, 2, 23.1:3; brochure
            funds by, 17.2:1; endowment by, 20.3:2; prairie funds by, 18.3:1, 19.1:3, 4, 19.3:1;
            restoration funds by, 17.2:2, 19.1:2, 3, 6
Woods, Frank H., Jr., 15.1:2, 15.2:2, 16.1:1-2, 19.1:3, 20.3:3; photo of, 19.3:1
Woods, Mrs. Frank: photo of, 19.3:1
Woods, Lucia, 15.1:2, 18.3:2, 3, 19.1:3, 20.1:2, 20.1:4; "The Country of the Archbishop," 21.2:2;
            donation by, 20.3:2; “Lucia Woods' Visit With Irene Rich" 21.2:2-3; “Perspective on the
            Southwest,” 20.4:1; photos by, 16.4:1, 18.1:2, 18.2:3, 18.3:1, 19.4:2-3, 21.1:1-3, 21.2:1;
            photo exhibits by, 17.4:2, 19.3:1; photo of, 19.3:1; Willa Cather: A Pictorial Memoir  
            (with Slote, V. Faulkner, ed.), 17.2:2, 18.1:1, 3, 18.3:1, 19.1:4; “Willa Cather’s Pioneer
            Country” (Bowman), photos by, 18.3:3; "The World of Willa Cather" exhibit by, 18.1:2,
            20.3:3
Woods, Thomas C., Jr.: photo of, 19.3:1
Woodward, Miss: Cather on, 20.2:2
World War I, 20.1:1
Wright, Edith: Cather on, 20.2:3
Wright, George: Cather on, 20.2:3
Wright, Walter F., 23.1:2; "Captured Shadows," 22.3/4:1-3
Wright, Mrs. Walter, 22.3/4:3
Wunderlee, Madame: Cather on, 23.2:2
Yale Media Design Studio: "The Humanities and the Gift of Sight" (Knoll), 23.3:4
Yamaguchi, Tatsuo, 23.2:4
Yongue, Patricia Lee, 18.3:2-3; "A Lost Lady: The End of the First Cycle" in Western American
            Literature
, Spring, 1972, 16.4:3; "Neighbour Rosicky," 18.4:1, 2-3; quote from, 16.4:3-4;
            as speaker, 17.2:2, 17.4:2, 20.1:1; S. Tennant response to, 17.2:1
Yorke, C. B.: Seibel letters from, 16.4:2
Yorke, Erna Seibel: vase from, 14.1:3
Young, Otis, 18.1:3
Young, Roy A., 20.3:3
Zumberge, James, 18.1:2
Zwick, Richard, 18.1:1

APPENDIX A
Central Technical Community College Volunteers listed in 20.4:2

Beilke, Julie
Cookus, Gene
Correll, Dennis
Cox, Jack
Dibbern, Loren
Fox, Dennis
Geis, Donal
Gompert, Dan
Gustafson, Richard
Henkel, Calvin
Henry, Pete
Hitchcock, Tim
Hockemeier, Ken
Jepson, Sheryl
Johnson, James
Johnston, Roy
Kucera, Phil
Laschanzky, Greg
Lukasiewicz, Jan
Merithew, Brian
Owens, Ed
Peterson, Rodger
Rickertsen, Salley
Rose, Dawn
Sample, Tim
Schardt, Ryan
Schwarz, Eunice
Skeers, Gary
Sturgeon, Doug
Sykes, Don
Tjarks, Jo Ellen
Wallin, Chuck
Woodman, Scott
Yeager, Charles


APPENDIX B
Volunteers Honored for Service Jan.-Aug. 1976 listed in 20.4:4

Albers, Zola,
Barnes, Leonard
Barta, La Veda
Beems, Sylvia
Beezley, Elaine 
Beezley, Grace 
Beezley, Lucille
Blackstone, Kay
Bowen, Kay
Caldwell, Bernice
Carr, Faye
Central Technical Community College (Hastings)
Cover, Kay
Crook, Pat
Doyle, Les
Eldred, Louise
English, Bonnie
Fox, Ella Mae
Harrington, Bobbie
Hersh, Marilyn
Hoffman, Marie
Holt, Helen
Hunter, Doris
James, Virginia
Kent, Helen
Koler, Lucille
Kudrna, Barb
Lewis, Sara
Lindgren, Imo
Mahin, Marcia
Mattison, Dorothy
McCall, Mal 
McCall, Merl
McDole, Ruth
Meline, Christy
Miller, Ruth 
Miller, Walt
Nelson, Wilma
Nielsen, Darleen
Peterson, Norma June
Peterson, Romona
Phillips, Jeanne
Schultz, Suzi
Schwartz, Lou
Sherwood, Dot
Sprague, Barb 
Sprague, Kathleen
Talkington, Jeanne
Taylor, Mary 
Taylor, Shirley
Turner, Antoinette 
Turner, Carol
Watson, Margy
Wiggins, Ruth Ann
Williams, Lu
Yost, Ardis 
Yost, Marian, 
Yost, Vicki
Zeiss, Evelyn

APPENDIX C
Dissertations held at Georgia State University Library listed in 21.1:4

Allen, David A.: Willa Cather: A Critical Study
Bash, James R.: Willa Cather: A Study of Primitivism
Charles, Sister Peter Damian

Curtin, William M.: The Relation of Ideas and Structure in the Novels of Willa Cather
Creutz, Kathleen E.: The Genesis of "The Song of the Lark"

Dinn, James M.: "Only Two or Three Human Stories": Recurrent Patterns in the Major Fiction of Willa Cather
Eichorn, Harry B.: Willa Cather: Stranger in Three Worlds
Finestone, Harry: Willa Cather's Apprenticeship

Fox, C. Maynard: Revelation of Character in Five Cather Novels
Gerber, Philip L.: Willa Cather: Novelist of Ideas
Giannone, Richard: Music in Willa Cather's Fiction

Kennedy, Sister Patricia: The Pioneer Woman in Midwest Fiction

Randall, John H., III: Willa Cather's Search for Value: A Critical and Historical Study of Her Fiction

Ross, Janet: Willa Cather and the Realistic Movement in American Fiction
Schroeter, James N.: Willa Cather's Literary Reputation
Throne, Marilyn: The Two Selves: Duality in Willa Cather's Protagonists and Themes

Toler, Sister Collette: Man as Creator of Art and Civilization in the Works of Willa Cather
Zeigel, John S.: The Romanticism of Willa Cather

APPENDIX D
Recognized for "significant and enduring contributions to the goals of presenting and interpreting the life and times and artistry of Willa Cather" in 22.1:1

Allan, Tom
Atkison, C.B.
Bargman, Emma
Barnes, Leonard
Beams, Sylvia
Bennett, Mildred R.
Bennett, W. K.
Blue, Mary Etta
Borton, Viola S.
Busch, Garrett A.
Busch, Grace
Connors, Donald E.
Doudna, Ruth
Dugsdale, Charles
Eldred, Louise
English, John
Frisbie, Josephine
Giebler, Edmund
Gilchrist, Margaret
Gorgen, John E.
Griffith, Bonnie
Hansen, Louis
Hawkins, Dorothy
Hinds, Marshal R.
Hull, Ron
Jacks, L. V.
Kennedy, J. Ted
Kivett, Marvin
Knoll, Robert
Lambrecht, Malcolm
Lambrecht, Mary
Lewis, Sarah
Lukas, Mary
March, John
Marshall, George
Meredith, Mamie J.
Morrison, Frank B.
Mountford, Miriam
Mountford, William
Nielsen, Darleen
Obitz, Harry
Obitz, Helen
Peterson, Val
Phillips, Jeanne
Reiher, Jennie Miner
Riley, Paul D.
Scherman, David E.
Schultz, C. Bertrand
Schwartz, Lou
Sherwood, Carrie Miner
Sherwood, Dorothy
Skjelver, William
Swartz, Yola (Wyola)
Terrill, Dean
Van Meter, Marcella
Wolfe, Grace
Zeiss, Berdon