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I made a carbon of this letter to Roscoe4 because I thought you might be interested to hear something about Virginia's5 wedding, though you may have heard from other sources. It was really very charming.W.
Isn't life surprising! I never would have guessed that Virginia would marry such a serious young man6. Just the boy I would have thought she'd rather pass over.took place Brave boy! living in the hospital Miss Elsie Cather1 1030 South 52nd Street Lincoln3 Nebraska NEW YORK, N. Y. STA Y2 JUN 15 1935 1130 PM