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#0582: Willa Cather to Mary Hunter Austin, March 18 [1922]

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I've been very sick with influenza and its dreary consequences for a month, and that is why you have not heard from me before. Could you come over and have tea with me at four oclock on Monday the 27th? I've been wanting to see you for a long while.

Faithfully yours Willa Cather
Mary Austin1 10 Barrow Street New York2 NEW YORK, N.Y.2 MAR 18 1922 6 PM