Fay H. Sellers
in existance. And how could you imagine I had gone to Chicago, without saying "good-bye" to you. I was too ill to go, and now I'm just going to drift, make no plans for the future, but try to work out the problem of happiness - and to work out my freedom from everything that makes me unhappy - I may find the step that may takePasadena Jan 11 - 14Dear friend Mr. Muir:Your letter just received is the only one since September third, over four months ago. The letter of that date I answered, and could not understand why no reply came from you. Finally I came to the conclusion that you had forgotten there was such a person as Fay Sellers05674
1914 Jan 11
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0057
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