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#2997: Willa Cather to George Allen Beecher, November 25, 1941

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How I wish I could be in Hastings3 on St. Andrew's Day4 to attend the service and to kneel and offer joyous thanks to Heaven for my Bishop, the Right Reverend George Allen Beecher1: andthanks for all that he has meant to me and to my father5 and mother6, and to so many of my friends.

Willa Cather