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#2776: Willa Cather to Charles E. Cather, April 25 [1946]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ My Dear Charles1;

Your beautiful Easter flowers were brought to me by a lovely girl4 whom we both love. She bought them fresh from the green house and they gave me pleasure for a long while. She herself was looking well and happy.

I hope all is going well with you, my dear boy.

Lovingly Your Aunt Willie
Mr. Charles Cather1 Monticello Hotel Boulder3 Colorado NEW YORK, N. Y.2 APR 26 1946 830 PM