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#2118: Sarah J. Bloom on behalf of Willa Cather to Roscoe Cather, August 5, 1935

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Dear Mr. Cather1:

Miss Cather sailed rather suddenly for Italy4 last week, and she did not have time to catch up with her mail at all. She asked me to let you know that she had gone, and to tell you that she would write you from Italy just as soon as she has time.

Very truly yours, S. J. Bloom5 Secretary
Mr. R. C. Cather1, 1225 N. Center Street, Casper,3 Wyoming. HUD. TERM. ANNEX N.Y.2 AUG 5 1935 1030 AM