Fay Hancock Sellers
will probably remain so for the present, as I do not care to decide hastily upon my plans for the future. It is so terribly lonely here at times, in this big house that I think I cannot remain here, and do not care what becomes of the place and then I try to be brave and do nothing that I may regret later. It is a great trial though to remain here where everything reminds me of the past. Goodbye dear friend. God bless you, and may you return safely home.Your sincere friendFay Hancock SellersPasadena September sixth 1911
1911 Sep 6
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
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