#2342: Willa Cather to Elizabeth Cather and Margaret Cather, September 3 [1937]

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Darling Twinnies;1

You may like to see this little note from M. V.7 She has so little time to write, between her job and her housekeeping. She does put up such a brave fight and she is so gay about it.

We8 talk of you every day and wonder what adventures you are having on your long journey9. We miss you terribly, my dears!

Lovingly Your aunt Willie
Margaret3 & Elizabeth Cather4 Care of R. C. Cather5 Colusa6 California U. S. A. [illegible]