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#2041: Willa Cather to Mrs. Porter, [March 1931]

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San Ysidro Ranch
Santa Barbara2
Dear Mrs. Porter1;

Here is the article you were kind enough to ask for, and I find by chance the name of the old scholar from whom I learned of Louise Guiney3's last days. I am so glad to have met you at last, and I hope it will be a first of many meetings.

Sincerely yours Willa Cather