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#2311: Willa Cather to Elizabeth Cather, [July 16, 1930]

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PARIS... EN FLANANT La Cité – Notre–Dame
City – Bridges
"Les Editions d'Art YVON" Paris 14 Rue de Bretagne
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Dear Elizabeth1

Don't you think its nice to have a lovely, silver river winding through a city like this2? The trees on the banks are nearly all my favorite cottonwoods and shed lots of cotton! No one minds it here!

W. S. C.
Miss Elizabeth Cather1 1225 South Centre St. Casper3 Wyoming U. S. A. PARIS 115 R. DES SAINTS–PERES2 16 VII 1930 1130