Fay H. Sellers
not however remain much longer, having made her arrangements to return home in April. She is to visit her mother and daughter in Oregon before that time, consequently I will have to give her up soon. As I wrote you in my last letter, I will go to Chicago and decide later what is the best thing for me to do, live in a hotel, coming here winters or take a house there. I get very homesick when I think of
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I am still in Pasadena where I expect to remain until there is a prospect of selling the house. I have put it in the hands of Mr. Luckwood to sell. hoping he may find a purchaser soon- although one cannot always dispose of a house immediately upon offering it for sale. My sister-in-law is still with me. She can
going away from Pasadena. for I like it here. No doubt when I go to Chicago, everything will be different there, and it may not seem like home. Five years have probably made many changes there too. I will let you know as soon as I know myself where I am going. It may be two months before I can dispose of my things here and be ready to go. If you come to Los Angeles, you will come to see me, won't you? I would be very unhappy to go away without seeing you again. God bless you dear Mr. Muir. for you have indeed been a dear and kind friend.
Your sincere friend
Fay J. Sellers.
1913 Mar 3
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25.5 cm.
Sellers, Fay H., "Letter from Fay H. Sellers to [John Muir], 1913 Mar 3." (1913). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3924.
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