Fay H. Sellers
me into the kingdom of contentment. I'm so glad to hear Helen is well, and wish she were living in Los Angeles again. Then, when you went to visit her, you might find your way to Pasadena. Now you are so engaged with your Alaska book, I fear you will not leave it until it is finished. You say you wish you could send me something that I would care to have, and ask me to tell you if I can think of anything. I cannot just now dear friend, but when the Alaska book is published - I will care very much, for that. Now don't forget again. Bless you, and thank you for all your good wishes. You may rest assured my heartiest and kindliest good wishes are yours, and for you, always.Your most sincere and faithful friend.Fay H. Sellers
1914 Jan 11
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0059
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