Fay H. Sellers
in Pasadena this summer. It was my intention to go to Chicago for a few months and had male all arrangements to do so, visiting my sister, niece and friend, but changed my plans when I learned that my brother, Dr. Hancock, his wife and daughter, were coming to California for a stay of two or three months. They will rent a furnished house in Tropico or Glendale. Indirectly I heard that my brother-in-law and sister, Judgeand Mrs. Garnett, are coming too, so you can understand what a pleasant summer I'm anticipating. I went out quite a bit during the winter, and was much better for it. My sister Mrs. Logan, her husband, daughter and son-in-law, were in Pasadena for a month. They made a flying trip just to see their "kin folks" here and their visit being such a short one, we were busy every moment. As the days and
1914 Jun 14
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0405
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