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#2063: Willa Cather to Roscoe Cather, July 10 [1908]

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Carte Postale — CARTOLINA POSTALE — Postkarte Union postale universelle — Post Card — Dopisnice — Levelezö Lap — Karta Dopisnica Korespondenčni listek — Briefkaart — Brefkort — Tarjeta Postal — Открытое письмо Corrispondenza Soltanto l'indirizzo Venezia — Palazzo Ducale 2168-6 My Dear Roscoe1;

Here at last is a place as beautiful as Sandy Point3 ever was in the days of its pride and power. I have been here ten days. Isabelle4 left me and sailed for home5 yesterday as her father's6 health grows steadily worse. I shall stay here two weeks longer and sail from Genoa7 July 23.

Mr. Roscoe Cather Lander8 Wyoming U.S.A 7[?]