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#1009: Willa Cather to Carrie Miner Sherwood, [early March 1930]

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STEPHEN SMITH, M. D.
MEDICAL DIRECTOR
CHARLES W. THOMPSON, M. D.
ASSOCIATE MEDICAL DIRECTOR
J. A. COLLIE, M. D.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN
ETHEL FANSON, M. D.
PATHOLOGIST
LAS ENCINAS
SANITARIUM3

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA2
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
GEORGE DOCK, M. D., PRES.
W. JARVIS BARLOW, M. D.
F. C. E. MATTISON, M. D.
STEPHEN SMITH, M. D.
F. H. MACPHERSON
My Dear Carrie1

I know you will be interested in this letter from P. D. Yeiser4. The Yeisers are just wonderful, anyhow!

Mother5 is just about the same. It's terribly sad for me, but she is cheerful most of the time.

I had a lovely day with Irene6 on my way out, and she told me all about your plans for your trip. I am so, so happy about it!

Hastily Willa