Fay H. Sellers
[al-]so bound in soft leather, each volume in a box. All your friends here, often inquire about you. and hope you will come to Pasadena in the near future, the writer of this epistle included. I'm still here, just waiting to sell the house. Then I will have to decide whether I will remain here, or go to Chicago. It has been so very warmin Chicago this summer, that I preferred not to go. Write to me when you can, for you assuredly know how happy I am to receive news from you. With kind remembranceYour sincere friendFay H. Sellers
1913 Jul 5
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0572
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