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#2925: Willa Cather to Louise Guerber Burroughs, [March 26, 1939]

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Fresh roses for a rainy Sunday—what could be nicer! And so very fresh; they have been giving off the most delicious perfume all day. I've had a singular pleasure from them.

Thankfully W. S. C.
Mrs. Bryson Burroughs1 106 East 81st Street New York City2 NEW YORK, N. Y. STA Y2 MAR 26 1939 10-PM