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#0512: Willa Cather to Mary Rice Jewett, July 26 [1920]

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PARIS. LE JARDIN DES TUILERIES CARTE POSTALE "TUCK" No 113 Dear Miss Jewett1:

Greetings to you from this beautiful spot which is still as lovely as ever. I have been in Paris two months and shall go to spend this autumn with friends3 who live at Sorrento4. This fairest of lands has never before seemed to me so fair!

Willa Cather
Miss Mary Jewett1 South Berwick5 Maine U. S. A. PARIS R. P. DEPART2 26 VII 1920 24 Taken from Manchester Mondo. By Sir Henry Montague, earl of Manchester. London; 1902