returned from Chicago, where I went to lay my husband away, and am now in this lonely house where everything reminds me of the past.Sometimes I feel that my burden of sorrow is too great for me toneighther telegraphed nor wrote. I am much grieved about this, for both Col. Sellers and I, considered you our nearest and dearest friend and it saddens me to know that you heard of this great sorrow from strangers. I have just
1911 Jul 18
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0538
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