#2123: Willa Cather to Roscoe Cather, [August 1936]

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Dear Roscoe1;

I am sending you a letter from Isabelle4 because she speaks of you and the twins5 in it. (You need not return it.) Ill though she is and always suffering she keeps in touch with everything and is as warmly interested in her friends and in all that touches them as she ever was.

My love to you all, and do let me know what you hear from Virginia6.

Willie
Mr. R. C. Cather1 1225 South Center St. Casper3, Wyoming. U.S.A. NORTHHEAD[?][illegible]