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#2899: Willa Cather to Louise Guerber Burroughs, [December 19, 1931]

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Heartiest greetings and best wishes
for a happy Christmas
and bright New Year
Dear Louise1;

Excuse this strange Christmas scene, from the local shop. But I want to wish you a Joyous Christmas, from the hearth-stone and the home acre2, where I am very happy.

W. S. C.
Mrs. Bryson Burroughs1 Metropolitan Museum 81st St. & Fifth Ave. New York3 N. Y. RED CLOUD NEBR.2 DEC 19 1931 7 30 PM THE METROPOLITAN
DEC 22 1931