W[illia]m E. Colby
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 25, 1910. 325 West Adams Street. Mr. Wm. E. Colby, 302 Mills Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. Dear Colby:- Why don't you drop me a line telling me how Keith is getting along, as you agreed to do? Of course I am trying to believe no news is good news; still, I would like to hear every day or two, however briefly. I wish you would send a copy of the Bulletin containing my sketch of Galen Clark to Colonel A. H. Sellers, 320 West California Street, Pasadena. I hope to see you in a week or two. Am hard at work. With all good luck wishes, I am, Faithfully yours, [ILLEGIBLE]
1910 Oct 25
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