Letter from Elbert Hubbard to May Wright Sewall.

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Letterhead: The Roycroft Shop at East Aurora New York

Makers of hand-printed books and by special appointment printers to the Society of the Philistines.

July 20. '97

Dear Mrs. Sewall: 'Twas a charming little visit I had with you and I am fully convinced that if I could repeat it every few months I could get some great things out of my ink well.

I spent Sunday with that peculiar man John [Bryan?] of Ohio; and in glee he showed me a beautiful picture of you surrounded by twenty good women and [?] and in the background looms a soldier man - John himself. Then I got a cheery glimpse of May Adams - one of your girls and [?] [?]

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[ears?] tingled a bit.

By express prepaid I send for three [?]. One is for myself and if you will [pre?] it [altrus?] as inscribed to Miss Moore and Mrs Dean I'd be obliged.

My good wife joins me in love to you. Ever yours sincerely Elbert Hubbard

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