Fay H. Sellers
You are no doubt plodding away, doing some good work. but do not apply yourself too closely to it. If you can spare a little time, I hope you will write me and tell me how you are.With Kindest regards your sincere friendFay H. Sellers.[Chi-]cago to make it my permanent home. It is so lonely here, that I feel I am doing myself an injustice by remaining longer. My sister-in-law has been with me several weeks. As she can not remain longer than March first I decided not to be left alone again. but sell the place and go where I would not be so constantly reminded of the last sad days of my husbands life.
1913 Feb 1
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0113
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