[A. H.] Sellers
Martinez, March 31, 1896My dear Mr. Sellers,The dozen fine carbons Mrs. Sellers so kindly sent have reached me in good order. Please give her my thanks. I send now a copy with my [name?].I shall be glad to see you this side the world once more When I may be in Jun I dont yet know. Keith is flourishing marvelously in money, paint, & praise & still keeps sane enough to know how fine a time we had at your home in the Avenue.With best wishes & hoping to see you soon I amEver Yours John Muir
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