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#1487: Willa Cather to Carrie Miner Sherwood, July 15 [1940]

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Dear Carrie1;

It was a bitter disappointment to me that I should be away when Mary Creighton3 was in New York2. I have just come back much better than when I went up to New Hampshire4. Nobody who has friends in England5 or France6 can be very well just now7, I think.

Love from Willie