#0848: Willa Cather to Mary Virginia Auld, [October 7, 1926]

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THE SHATTUCK INN4
and ANNEX
ACCOMODATIONS FOR
200 GUESTS
ALL MODERN
CONVENIENCES
AT THE FOOT OF MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN
JAFFREY, N. H.2
Dearest M. V.1

Hug May Willard5 for me and tell her she might have stayed to protect me. I’ve had my morning ruined by three long distance telephone calls, Women Clubs in N.H.6 Mass7. & Maine8.

Some low creature has given me away. After this Mr. Marshall9 will answer all telephone calls.

My love, dear. W.
THE SHATTUCK INN AT THE FOOT OF MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN JAFFREY, N. H.2 Mary Virginia Auld1 Baldwin House [illegible] Northampton3 Mass. JAFFREY N. H.2 OCT 8 1926 6 30 AM Lizzie [illegible]