A. H. Sellers
Feb 3, 1903
Dear Mr Muir.
Wife and I are spending the winter here and so far enjoy it very much, although we are having a little more rain than usual, tho' we dont kick because the country needs it.
We have tickets home via San Francisco, tho' we may change them to go home by the Santa Fe, and account of the bubonic plague in San F.- not that we fear the disease, but are apprehensive that we might get quarantined in that city.
I play eighteen holes of golf every forenoon to [reduce?] my flesh, and devote the afternoon
to [Fay?]. she joins me in kindest regards to you all
A H Sellers
[in margin: [illegible] & [real?] [illegible]
Pitch your tent where
like beneath [illegible]Made
Tall trees c[illegible]g
with the heavens
See the [sunrise?] when
stands up[illegible] on the mtn top"
The spring gives [illegible]
s[illegible] & real are the [illegible]
I[illegible] [illegible] S[illegible] S[illegible] pitch you t[illegible] where like beneath those shade tall trees comm[illegible] [illegible] the heavens
[illegible] the sunrise when
"[illegible] [illegible] stands upon on the mtn tip"
The sp[illegible] [gives?] of Arabra Felix
Coronado Beach, Calif.
1903 Feb 13
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.
Sellers, A. H., "Letter from A. H. Sellers to John Muir, 1903 Feb 13." (1903). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 2534.
Reel 13, Image 0180
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