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#2325: Willa Cather to Elizabeth Cather and Margaret Cather, March 17 [1932]

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The Grosvenor4
Dear Twinnies1;

You made such unique application of my Christmas checks that I thought another might help you to be brave on Easter—I mean bravely clad, in the old English sense. I make only one check, but each of you is to have five, and I hope you will have a joyous Easter and a mild, warm Spring!

Lovingly, dears W. S. C.
The Misses Cather1 1225 South Center St Casper3 Wyoming NEW YORK MADISON SQ STA2 MAR 18 1932 9 PM Air Mail VIRTUS NON STEMMA
The Grosvenor
New York2