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#0564: Willa Cather to Mary Miner Creighton, December 1 [1921]

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This5, from the Boston Transcript6, is about the miniature painter7 whom you met here2, and who does not like the Futurists' treatment of flowers! You see she holds her own, doing Old Fashioned Flowers the old fashioned way!

With love Willie.
Mrs. E. A. Creighton1 Red Cloud3 Nebraska NEW YORK, N.Y.2 DEC 1 1921 1 30 PM