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#3263: Willa Cather to James D. Cather, [1944 to 1945]

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⬩W⬩S⬩C⬩ My Dear Jim1;

I am so happy that Charles3 got what he wanted! Your telegram brightened a dreary day for me. I at once called up Helen Louise4 to rejoice with her. I want to congratulate you and Ethel5 on having brought up such a fine boy in these difficult times. I love being with him, and shall always be proud of him.

Lovingly to you both Willa