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#2435: Willa Cather to Elsie Cather, May 25 [1926]

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Mother3 is perfectly reconciled to the idea of you going direct from Lincoln4 to meet Roscoe5 and family6 in Denver7. If you returned to Denver with them, your trip west would take only about three weeks and you could put in a few days at Evergreen8. You would surely go home much FRED HARVEY EL ORTIZ LAMY NEW MEXICO refreshed.

We9 stayed at the Aulds10 and they were most kind and hospitable.

The London Mercury11 did not reach me at the Brown12, but if you sent it first class post, they promised to forward it. I'm very pleased by that article.13

We go on to Gallup14 this afternoon.

Hastily W.