[A. H.] Sellers
Martinez, Apr 11, 1900.My dear Sellers,Sure enough it has been an unconscionably long time without a word between us, though for a month or two I have been expecting to see you here. & when you letter cam I looked eagerly to see whether it was from Chicago or San Francisco. Well I was glad to get it anyhow though I wish the news had been better. Mrs Sellers not well & you still toiling & battling in that confounded big smothering company - on the other hand I'm glad to know that you are in good health & that Frank is all right. Mrs Muir has been pretty well all winter & the two girls are in perfect health. Wanda is at school in Berkeley full of ambition, determined
1900 Apr 11
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Reel 11, Image 0201
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