#2335: Willa Cather to Virginia Cather, July 21 [1936]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ My Dear Virginia1

I hope this will reach you on your wedding day to give you my love and all my bright hopes for you. I am proud of your fine work in college, and of your professional work since you struck out for yourself. You have managed your life so well thus far that I feel confident that you are now beginning a new chapter which will make you happy.

I wish you could have been here2 along with the twins3, my dear. Everything did seem to come off so well and we4 enjoyed being together with all our hearts. I will write your mother5 about it later. I follow you lovingly into your future.

Always your true friend Willa Cather