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#2393: Willa Cather to Virginia Cather Brockway, [April 16, 1946]

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Special Easter Thoughts EA 10403
Loving Greetings from your Aunt Willie Easter always seems to bring
A special thought of you,
And moments worth remembering
Crowd in upon me, too;
Those very pleasant memories
That add a special touch
To Easter wishes such as these
For one who's liked— so much!
Mrs. J. H. Brockway1 54665486 Glen Hill Rdwy S.E. Washington 20, D.C.3 NEW YORK N.Y.2 APR 16 1946 130PM