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#2290: Willa Cather to Elizabeth Cather, Margaret Cather, and Virginia Cather, [July 1, 1926]

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H–1565 PUEBLO OF ISLETA, NEW MEXICO. COPR. FRED HARVEY FRED HARVEY "PHOSTINT"
TRADE MARK REG. – U. S. PAT. OFF
MADE ONLY BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO POST CARD
Isleta is the largest of the Rio Grande pueblos, numbering over one thousand inhabitants. It is pleasantly located on the west bank of the Rio Grande, about thirteen miles south of Albuquerque. The houses and streets of the village are well–kept and clean; the houses are a single story high, and as a consequence the pueblo covers a large area. 14836 THIS SPACE MAY BE USED FOR MESSAGE XXV THIS SPACE FOR THE ADDRESS

If I build a little house in a town like this3, will you1 come and visit me?

W. S. C.
The Misses Cather1 1225 Centre Avenue Casper4 Wyoming SANTA FE N. MEX.2 JUL 1 1926 5 PM