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Please read the letter enclosed and send it on to their new address. They5 send me a photograph of the house, but no address whatever. They all (my relatives) move so damned much that I can't keep track of them.
I want you read the letter because it will tell you about Field Marshall Wavell6's grand anthology "Other Men's Flowers"7. Do read his Introduction and his notes! At last a real man, (over) with all his glands, loves poetry! Read the one on page 70 – and his comment8!!
You can get it from Gelber & Lillienthal 336 Sutter, San Francisco9 [A fine book store – always rushed my books]
# Oh, and I beg you read Wavell's comment10 on page 337, what an all-round man he is!
Montgomery11 too is a great lover of English poetry.FROM CATHER 570 PARK AVE.3, NEW YORK CITY2 Mr. R. C. Cather1 First Savings Bank of Colusa Colusa, California4 NEW YORK2 MAY 28 1945 10 PM 519 Hadley