Fay H. Sellers
days, and will then see Helen, In your letter to me your say "Helen's husband and her eldest boy have been ill." I do not understand it quite, for I had not heard that the stork had visited Helen and her husband for the second time. I am so sorry to learn that Mr. Buell and dear little Muir have been ill.[letterhead]Sept 19-12Dear Mr. Muir,I have just gotten up from a sick bed where I have been for two weeks. Was threatened with pneumonia and other complications. However I am now rapidly recovering and hope to be out again in a few05276
1912 Sep 19
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1315
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