[letterhead]Mch 3, 1911My dear friend Muir,I have been having a hard time with my heart trouble for the past 10 days. While I am not over it yet I ought to be soon now with two doctors. Dr. Sherry my regular doctor and Dr. Babcock the famous blind heart specialist from Chicago. Fay has been wanting to get into Los Angeles for the past week, but the rain, my condition and other engagements have so far prevented. She wanted to see you & Wanda & we had hoped that you both would come out to see us. How is Helen & the baby? I suppose she is still in Hospital.Mrs. Sellers joins me in love to you all & let us hear from you.Sincerely yoursA H Sellers
1911 Mar 13
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