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#1138: Willa Cather to [Carrie Miner Sherwood or Helen McNeny Sprague], [December 1932]

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P. S

"Obscure Destinies"3 is going splendidly in London4. Myra HessHess5, the pianist, came over a month ago and said all her musical friends were talking about it, and John Galsworthy6 sent such interesting messages by her about each of the stories.


I feel so sad about poor little Bernard II's7 illness and this sad Christmas.