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Collection: Jane Lathrop Stanford Papers

MikeH
MikeH added a note to page Untitled Page 2 in the work 1903 will as printed in The Daily Palo Alto (photocopy), 1905, saying “A more readable scan of this page is in the Stanford Daily archives. https://archives.stanforddaily.com/1905/03/06?page=4 ”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 15 in the work Funeral and Memorial Services, 1905, saying “The words to this song come from the poem "The Pillar of Cloud" by John Henry Newman, a Catholic priest.”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 117 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, A, saying “The writer's location is in Stockholm, Sweden”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 127 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, H, saying “interesting to read a letter to Gov Stanford dated in 1902, when he died in 1893”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 28 in the work Correspondence (outgoing), 1897 Jan-Aug, saying “this letter has numbers 1-19 written above certain words or letters”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 26 in the work Correspondence (outgoing), 1897 Jan-Aug, saying “more numbers [ 7-29] written above words or letters in this February 1897 letter”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 26 in the work Correspondence (outgoing), 1897 Jan-Aug, saying “more numbers above words or letters in February 1897 letter”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 25 in the work Correspondence (outgoing), 1897 Jan-Aug, saying “there are 33 numbers written above letters or words in this February 1897 letter”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 97 in the work Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: T includes Mrs. T.W. Tallmadge, H.M. Teller, Emma H. Tillotson, Lily Rosecrans Toole, A.N. Towne, Nellie L. Treat, Kate Trowbridge, and E.C. Tubbs, saying “This letter's writer has the last name Wells”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 95 in the work Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: T includes Mrs. T.W. Tallmadge, H.M. Teller, Emma H. Tillotson, Lily Rosecrans Toole, A.N. Towne, Nellie L. Treat, Kate Trowbridge, and E.C. Tubbs, saying “I think the writer of this letter has a name beginning with West ---”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 33 in the work Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: T includes Mrs. T.W. Tallmadge, H.M. Teller, Emma H. Tillotson, Lily Rosecrans Toole, A.N. Towne, Nellie L. Treat, Kate Trowbridge, and E.C. Tubbs, saying “ The La Bourgogne was a French ocean liner, launched in 1885, which sank in a collision with the British sailing ship Cromartyshire , near Nova Scotia in heavy fog, on July 4, 1898, resulting in the loss of 549 lives.”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 2 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Mead, Larkin G., 1890-1901, saying “Leghorn refers to a breed of chicken from Tuscany, and is known as the Port of Livorno in Italy. ”Note Added
hesperus
hesperus added a note to page Untitled Page 19 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Lathrop, Charles, 1902 Jan-Apr, saying “code?”Note Added
Seflorywilson
Seflorywilson added a note to page Untitled Page 6 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Covert, Dot, 1888-1895, saying “Duplicated content to "page 5".”Note Added
Seflorywilson
Seflorywilson added a note to page Untitled Page 5 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Covert, Dot, 1888-1895, saying “Duplicated content to "page 6".”Note Added
Seflorywilson
Seflorywilson added a note to page Untitled Page 17 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Covert, Dot, 1888-1895, saying “Same content as "page 16"”Note Added
Seflorywilson
Seflorywilson added a note to page Untitled Page 14 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Covert, Dot, 1888-1895, saying “Same content as "page 13"”Note Added
hesperus
hesperus added a note to page Untitled Page 17 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “Changed surname to Deneef, because the father speaks Flemish, so seems more likely. ”Note Added
hesperus
hesperus added a note to page Untitled Page 16 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “It could also be 86.00 or $6.00. $600 would be about $18000 in 2021, which, of the three, seems more likely the train fare for a large family NY to CA, maybe?”Note Added
Jannyp
Jannyp added a note to page Untitled Page 25 in the work Correspondence (incoming ) of Lathrop, Charles, business manager, 1893-1902, saying “Identical duplicate as Page Untitled 22 and page Untitled 23. So have marked as a blank page. Thanks”Note Added
hesperus
hesperus added a note to page Untitled Page 59 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, H, saying “Ten Broeck St. in Albany?”Note Added
hesperus
hesperus added a note to page Untitled Page 3 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Dodge family (San Francisco), 1895-1896, saying “Mch 2:96 March 2nd 1896”Note Added
ab
ab added a note to page Untitled Page 11 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Ri, 1893-1896, saying “"ultimo" means the previous month, in this case”Note Added
ab
ab added a note to page Untitled Page 45 in the work Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: T includes Mrs. T.W. Tallmadge, H.M. Teller, Emma H. Tillotson, Lily Rosecrans Toole, A.N. Towne, Nellie L. Treat, Kate Trowbridge, and E.C. Tubbs, saying “Lily Rosecrans Toole was the first lady of Montana. Her husband, Joseph Kemp Toole, was the state's first governor. 102 South Rodney St was the first executive residence. (Until 1913, Montana governors supplied their own executive residences.) Li...”Note Added
hesperus
hesperus added a note to page Untitled Page 1 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Lathrop, Charles, 1902 Jan-Apr, saying “I believe Ho Man is an abbreviation of Hotel Manhattan.”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 45 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Camerino, M., 1901-1904, saying “this is not a correspondence from M Camerino”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 44 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Camerino, M., 1901-1904, saying “this letter is not one from M Camerino”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 43 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Camerino, M., 1901-1904, saying “this is not a correspondence with M Camerino”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 7 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Camerino, M., 1901-1904, saying “cannot read this man's writing”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 12 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Si - So, 1893-1904, saying “last few lines hard to figure out”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 79 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “ does the last name start with a C or an A, or something else”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 80 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “another page of hard to read letter”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 79 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “scratchy writing, hard to read”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 70 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “See "qctimes.newspaperarchive.com" about Drummond and Campbell, dated June 24, 1902, p. 8”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 70 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “The Burtis was an opera house in downtown Davenport, Iowa. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, has since been torn down and delisted from register in 2008.”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 30 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “This is a condolence letter written in August, 1893, from a person in Turkey associated with missionary work.”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 29 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, C, saying “Is this professor's letter considered a begging letter?”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 9 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Wa - Wh, 1871-1902, saying “Carrie Stevens Walter (1846-1907) was an educator and poet, co-founded Sempervirens Club, an environmental organization in California”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 33 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Wi, 1891-1903, saying “correction to above - married in 1856 on Aug 20”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 33 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Wi, 1891-1903, saying “Ellen Towne Hatch Windom, (1831-1914) married William H. Windom on 1856. William was serving until his death in 1891 as the U S Secretary of the Treasury under President Harrison”Note Added
dhuber23
dhuber23 added a note to page Untitled Page 15 in the work Correspondence (outgoing), saying “Note duplicate "to" on left page and extraneous "against" on right page.”Note Added
dhuber23
dhuber23 added a note to page Untitled Page 17 in the work Correspondence (outgoing), saying “This looks to be a hand-written transcription of another note.”Note Added
dhuber23
dhuber23 added a note to page Untitled Page 1 in the work Ross Affair: Notebook containing D. S. Jordan's statement with exhibits and ptd. report of Committee of Economists, saying “Hand-written note appears to be written by J.L.S.”Note Added
dhuber23
dhuber23 added a note to page Untitled Page 10 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Crothers, George E., 1901-1904, saying “"as soon as the interests of the university permit and you assent your true position in the [past/part?] will be revealed." This reads better with correct punctuation: as soon as the interests of the university permit and you assent, you...”Note Added
dhuber23
dhuber23 added a note to page Untitled Page 28 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Crothers, George E., 1901-1904, saying “Norris refers to Horace Davis, but it is clearly misspelled as Norris. Maybe his middle name is Horace, but the initial appears to be a K, not an H.”Note Added
dhuber23
dhuber23 added a note to page Untitled Page 8 in the work Correspondence (incoming): Crothers, George E., 1901-1904, saying “The phrase " I am glad you did not wish the block" does not make much sense, but the writing seems clear.”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 82 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, Bit-Bu, saying “also written in French”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 81 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, Bit-Bu, saying “Need help here. page of letter written in French”Note Added
shashathree
shashathree added a note to page Untitled Page 43 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, Bit-Bu, saying “A O U W is the Ancient Order of United Workmen, a fraternal organization founded in 1868.”Note Added
EmmaI
EmmaI added a note to page Untitled Page 7 in the work Correspondence (incoming): begging letters, Bit-Bu, saying “http://www.chancy.org/family/Familyinfo/Kansas/delphos.html”Note Added