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#2100: Willa Cather to Roscoe Cather, January 25 [1932]

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Dear Brother1;

Douglass3 never came4 at all. I'm a little rushed—closing5 the house6. I leave for New York7 on Friday. I arranged this for you—It would take Jess8 six weeks to do it, and she'd consult a lawyer! Don't you know your own family yet?

Hastily, but with my love Willie

Please write and thank Bert Ducker9. He would not accept money.