#2338: Willa Cather to Virginia Cather, October 10 [1935]

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PARIS... EN FLANANT Notre–Dame de Paris – Détail de la Façade Ouest
Chimère (le stryge) – A gauche, la Tour St–Jacques
"Les Editions d'Art YVON", Paris, 15 Rue Martel
Reproduction interdite – Fabrication Française
Dear Virginia;1

I am here to be near a sick friend3, but I am quietly enjoying the glorious fall weather I in Paris2. I am so glad to hear about you and your work from Roscoe4.

W.
Miss Virginia Cath[missing]1 1225 South Centre St Casper5 Wyoming U. S. A. PARIS VII RUE CLER2 11 X 1935 11 30