#2615: Willa Cather to Blanche Knopf, [May 19, 1930]

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ON BOARD THE
CUNARD
RMS "BERENGARIA"
Dear Blanche1;

a lovely, warm crossing—few passengers3 and much sun. Thank you for the cherries—I was so glad to have them to nibble. I’ve been perfectly well and very lazy. I do hope Miss Aaron4 didn’t have a bad time with her throat.

Love to you W. S. C. Willa Cather