A. H. Sellers
requested Vroman to at once [illegible] a full report to you of his interview with James, and what he [offers?] He has promised to do so at once- Now you had better come down at once & meet James in the same spirit of friendliness that he proposes to meet you with, and I am sure you will be able to get all that you can desire in the matter. As to how that will be best to accomplish, we can determine after you get here, or after you receive Mr Vroman's report. It will take sometime to thoroughly do this work and it may take longer than he or you can spend here, in that case I have no doubt but that you can arrange to do the heavy work of reading and copying at your house, if found more convenient for you both. The first and most important thing to establish is the "entente cordiale" between you two, and I feel that then we will easily & fully acomplish our full desires in the matter.Sincerely yoursA H Sellers
1909 Jan 11
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