Fay H. Sellers


John Muir


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[2]should not have done so because you have done so much for us already. but as I said in my letter to Mr. Keith, it makes one very happy to be remembered in so beautiful a way. that two very dear friends are thinking of us. And I assure you Mr. Muir that Al. and I often think and talk of you and one of our greatest regrets at not going to California this winter is, that we will[3]not see you. but we are going to have you here next summer if we have to go after you. I say we will not be out this winter, as Al. is enlarging his business and cannot well be spared. though we may make a flying trip with Mr. Robinson of the Santa Fe. I too, have been busy this winter giving a big swell reception, and now that it is over, and out of the way, I have com-


Chicago [Illinois]

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Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.

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