A. H. Sellers
meantime, but our people feared that if we passed the election that the [illegible] would think we could not agree [illegible] to take advantage of the circumstances, so I was forced to consent.I never hated to give up my trip to Cala so much as I did this time and even Fay wanted to go.I feel this morning as tho' I had taken a heavy load on my shoulders, but if the consolidation that is now proposed is carved out I will get out for good and to a great advantage. I would like your sympathies for a few months and if I am not free then I want you to kick me.Fay & Frank give [illegible] love to you all -[illegible]A H Sellers
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