Fay H. Sellers


John Muir


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[2]disappointments I succeeded in mastering it. Besides being much softer they are everlasing and will never fade. Those I sent are on celluloid but I also make them on porcelain. Will bring you one when we next go to California. I have been very ill, confined to my bed for a month and have not attempted any carbon work since, 'til the other day. I undertook to make the dozen for you but spoiled two in the process, and as we leave for the Club house in a few days, will not have time to remake them, so will send the ten at once. We are so glad to hear you have at last written a book, and shall look forward with anticipations of great pleasure and the acquisition of much knowledge in[5]of the articles written by you? The one received was mislaid.FH.S.


Chicago, [Illinois]

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Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.

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