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#0087: Willa Cather to Mariel E. Clapham Gere, June 10, 1903

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My Dear Mrs. Gere1;

These are the best pictures4 I have ever had, and I wonder whether you would like to have one. I hope so at any rate. I dont know yet whether I shall go West this summer or not, but I am wearin’ awa to see you all5.

My warmest love to you. Willa.