[Fay H.] Sellers
Martinez, Feb. 6. 1896.
My dear Mr. Sellers.
I'm very glad you liked the little picture Keith & I sent you Keith is far more than half crazed with his fine new studies & fine dollarisk & social success, & therefore that this picture was not forgotten shows that we feel your kindness cannot be covered or dimmed by anything.
Those photographs were so good I had to hide them else they would have been all begged away long ago. but I still have half of them, & never expected you would make any more.
I think I told you in my last about my visit to Southern California & the lectures I had to give. I am now pegging away at my literary tasks awkward & slow as ever.
Remember me to Mrs. Sellers & Frank & all the friends I saw at Your fine home & believe me ever Cordially Yrs
1896 Feb 6
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [Fay H.] Sellers, 1896 Feb 6." (1896). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 11.
Reel 09, Image 0053
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