#2333: Willa Cather to Virginia Cather, December 4 [1933]

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Dear Virginia1

I will write the letter for you, but please tell me something more definite about this fellowship. Is it a fellowship in English, or Literature, or what? There must be many fellowships offered at Smith4, and I can't write the lady so vaguely as to recommend you for "a fellowship"—I must be able to make some clear statement to her.

I'd write you a letter, my dear, but I am terribly busy. Mary Virginia5, Adelaide6, and Donovan7 were here for Thanksgiving dinner.

With love to all of you Your Aunt Willa
Miss Virginia Cather1 1225 South Centre St. Casper3 Wyoming NEW YORK, N.Y. STA Y2 DEC 4 1933 1230 PM Air Mail