Fay H. Sellers
prompted you to offer me that beautiful set of your books, decribed by me in my last letter, but as I have those you gave me some time ago, and which I prize so very highly, I will not be so selfish as to take the other set. You know though, how much I appreciate your kindness in wishing to give them to me and again, I thank you.It was good news to hear that you had taken a vacation, if only a short one. You needed it after your strenuous work for so many months. Now, no doubt, you will be busier than ever with the Hetch-Hetchy fight. I trust your hope of victory will be fulfilled. It has been a long fight. God bless you dear Mr. Muir. Ever your true friendFay H. Sellers
1913 Sep 12
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0762
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