A. H Sellers
[letterhead]Apr 18, 1895My dear MuirYour kind note of the 11" inst reached me yesterday morning. Mrs. Sellers caught a severe cold the day before we left so that she did not have a very pleasant going home but we traveled in such royal style, she having a room all to herself, so that she came through with no more discomfort than she would have experienced at either end of the line. I find the San Francisco matter in such a shape that is looks now as tho' I would have to go out to your city sometime during the coming month (May) and if I have to go will bring Mrs. Sellers with me & we will certainly come to see you. Give our kindest regards to Mrs. Muir & Mrs. Strentzel not forgetting our dear little friend Keith. I heard his praises sung all the winter by "Aoka" the Jap [illegible] [joined?]Yours very [Snly?]A H Sellers01971
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
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