[A. H. Fay and Frank ?] Sellers
Martinez Cal. Dec. 5, 1894
dear Sellers three,
We are glad to learn that you are coming to California this winter because it will surely be good for you, & because we will have the pleasure of seeing you
Don't fail to let us know when you arrive, & dont linger long in San Francisco before coming to our little
blessed halfway house & home between California & the confused Frenchy wilderness of Europe.
Tell Mrs. Sellers that I want her to say how many copies of my book she wants for her friends for the fine photographs she so kindly & carefully sent me.
With best wishes from us all & hoping to see you soon I am cordially yours
valley. We are sorry Col. to hear that you have been sick & glad that you are better.
Make haste to this best side of the continent.
I see wild color Keith about once a week, & at such times we seldom fail to look back & stir up our pleasant memories of the days spent at your fine home on Michigan Avenue which to both of us was a
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [A. H. Fay and Frank ?] Sellers, 1894 Dec 5." (1894). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6930.
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