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#0036: Willa Cather to Helen Hiller Seibel, [February 1897 to 1900]

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Dear Mrs. Sibel1;

Here is a comic Valentine in the shape of some verses that Ella Golden3 wrote about Barandon4. She says she will be very careful not let the poor man see them for fear of hurting his feelings. But I'm sending them to you because she has got his dialect perfectly.

Willa S. C.