#2314: Willa Cather to Elizabeth Cather and Margaret Cather, August 14 [1930]

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49 CHAMONIX–MONT–BLANC – Vue Générale. ND CORRESPONDANCE LÉVY & NEURDEIN RÉUNIS. 44. RUE LETELLIER PARIS

You see I am getting very near to Heidi's3 country, my dears4. The mountains are glorious, but the season is so rainy and foggy that they are covered much of the time. Cloud-bursts and floods here, and you got all the drouth this year!

W. S. C.
Margaret5 & Elizabeth Cather6 1225 South Centre St Casper7 Wyoming U. S. A. AIX LES–BAINS SAVOIE2 14 VIII 30