#1353: Willa Cather to Carrie Miner Sherwood, January 20 [1937]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ All the Menuhins3 arrive tomorrow for three weeks! My Dear Carrie1;

Since I wrote you about Mrs. Otis Skinner's4 death, I do want you to see this dear letter from her daughter5—whom I have never met because she is nearly always abroad. You see, even though I did not find time to go to see Mrs. Skinner this fall we were in communication. One’s books keep one’s real friends in touch with one. Show Cornelia’s letter to Mary6 and then send it back to me.

Lovingly Willie

The English reviews7 have all been so gratifying, but I especially like the little one of which I send you a copy. It’s sort of affectionate!