#2289: Willa Cather to Virginia Cather, May 13 [1925]

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LONGFELLOW'S HOME, PORTLAND, MAINE. LONGFELLOW'S HOME, PORTLAND, ME.
"This, the family place of the Wadsworths," was erected by General Wadsworth in 1785. Here, Stephen Longfellow married a daughter of the General and later came into possession of the house. The building thus became the home of their son, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
C.T. American Art A–47796
POST CARD
THIS SPACE FOR ADDRESS ONLY
PLACE
STAMP HERE
DOMESTIC
ONE CENT
FOREIGN
TWO CENTS
Dear Virginia1:

I am here2 to make an address4 at the 100th anniversary of Longfellow5's graduation. Do get his "Golden Legend Legend"6 from the Library and read it.

I'll send you "The Golden Legend" if I can find it here. It's my favorite and I know you'll love it.

Aunt Willie
Miss Virginia Cather1 1225 South Centre St Casper3 Wyoming PORTLAND MAINE2 MAY 13 1925 3 PM THE LAFAYETTE
PORTLAND, ME2.