Willa Cather's home is on Murray Hill Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The famed novelist lived in the city from 1896 to 1906. During her years here she held jobs as editor of the magazine Home Monthly and as drama critic for The Pittsburgh Leader. In 1901 she moved into this mansion in Squirrel Hill, the home of her intimate friend and socialite, Isabelle McClung. While living here her short story, Paul's Case, was published in 1905 in McClure's Magazine. Also in this house, during a social function, she met the publisher of McClure's, who went on to offer her a job as editor on the magazine, resulting in her move from Pittsburgh to New York.