#2069: Willa Cather to Roscoe Cather, May 29 [1912]

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13946 THE CHURCH, PUEBLO OF LAGUNA, N.M. COPR. FRED HARVEY. POSTCARD THIS PUEBLO is 66 miles west of Albuquerque and lies at an altitude of 5786 feet. The population is about 1200. It is the youngest of the New Mexican Pueblos, its population being originally recruited from Acoma, Zuni and Cochite in 1699. It is usually the point of departure for the pueblo of Acoma which lies fourteen miles distant on the South. All Santa Fe trains run directly past it. "PHOSTINT" CARD. MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO.
TRADE MARK – REG. U. S. PAT. OFF.
THIS SPACE MAY BE USED FOR MESSAGE. THIS SPACE FOR THE ADDRESS.

Douglas3 and I explored this old Spanish mission yesterday and climbed up to the belfry where José4 goes to ring the bells. Not one American house in the village5.

W.S.C.
Mr. Roscoe Cather1 Lander6 Wyoming Albuquerque, N. Mex.2 MAY 29 1912 11-PM