A. H. Sellers


A. H. Sellers


John Muir



June 2d 1908

My dear Mr Muir -

Judge Garnett and his wife are gone and we are all alone - I am glad on [Fay?]'s account as she sadly needs the rest. She has not been at all well of late, is extremely nervous. She and I were talking about you last night and not having heard from you, she fears you are sick, but I tell her that you are probably very busy writing. Couldn't you at least drop us a line telling us how you are?
The photo's that were taken of you all have turned out very well, and now that we have more time will print some and send to you soon
How's Helen getting on?
Weather here has been very cool, in fact the nights have been almost too cool for comfort.
Please let us hear from you

Yours sincerely

A H Sellers



Pasadena, Calif.

Date Original

1908 Jun 2


Original letter dimensions: 28 x 22 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 17, Image 0661

Collection Identifier

Online finding aid for the microform version of the John Muir Correspondence

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