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#2403: Willa Cather to Elizabeth Cather and Margaret Cather, [March 24 to 30, 1931]

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Dear Twinnies1:

It was really a gorgeous spectacle3, under a blazing summer sky. Uncle Douglass4 came up for the exercises and stayed for the banquet. I like being a Doctor of Laws better than a Doctor of Letters.

Lovingly W. S. C.

Home5 to Grandmothers6 in a few days now.