Fay H. Sellers
must not apply yourself too steadily to it or you will be ill. Take a little time off occasionally, and rest. I received a letter from Mrs. Keith last week, in which she said when I visited her, that we would go and see you. Of course I want to see you, and will if I go to Berkeley. but it seems such a distance from here. This morn-Pasadena July 5_1913Dear friend Mr. Muir.It has been weeks since I have heard from you personally, although I have heard about you from other sources. The Hetch-Hetchy matter has kept you busy I imagine, and it looks as though you were to succeed in keeping it from those vandals. It would05488
1913 Jul 5
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