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What a gay scarf you sent3 fluttering in to me at the old Shattuck Inn4! It made all the old ladies fairly blink, and it brought me the glad tidings that you are home again. I love it, and somehow it quite makes me want to get back to the world again. I'll be in New York5 sometime next week.
I'm not worried about the "Archbishop"6. I am confident that he will keep on going, even if he makes a slow start. The people who know his country7 like him, and that was what I wanted. I wont be in New York very long. I am going West again to see my father8 who was very ill this summer and is still not strong.
Here are a couple letters which I wish you would have the office answer for me. I'll be here2 until the 25th and will drop in on you soon after that.Yours Willa Cather