A. H. Sellers
to [Fay?]. she joins me in kindest regards to you allYours sincerelyA H Sellers[in margin: [illegible] & [real?] [illegible][illegible][Introduced?][illegible]Pitch your tent wherelike beneath [illegible]MadeTall trees c[illegible]gwith the heavensSee the [sunrise?] when" [illegible]stands up[illegible] on the mtn top"The spring gives [illegible]Arabia Felix]s[illegible] & real are the [illegible]I[illegible] [illegible] S[illegible] S[illegible] pitch you t[illegible] where like beneath those shade tall trees comm[illegible] [illegible] the heavens [illegible] the sunrise when"[illegible] [illegible] stands upon on the mtn tip"The sp[illegible] [gives?] of Arabra Felix
Coronado Beach, Calif.
1903 Feb 13
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0182
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