[Fay H.] Sellers
Martinez, Cal. Oct 3. 1894My dear Mrs. SellersI'm sorry to hear that you have been ill but glad to be able to congratulate you on return to health.The ten portraits came safely in the most perfect package I ever saw. every one of them confortably clad like babies beloved & clad in fine linen.I had no idea how much I was asking when I requested a dozen or I shold never have had the conscience to do it. Many thanks. As for making a frontispiece for the book it is now much too late. The book was out of the hands of the printer two months ago, & will appearMrs. A. H. Sellers3420 Michigan AvenueChicagoIll.
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