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Correspondence (incoming): Grant, Ida, 1892-1899

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I am just now very sad over the sudden death of my dear friend, Fannie Paul at Carlsbad (Mr Drexel's daughter) who was here a month ago, well and happy. She leaves three little children - died of typoid [sic] fever. Mr Drexel who is at Carlsbad, most distressed, leaves for America today with her body - her husband and children. She had great health and all to make her happy in this life.

Please pardon this long letter, dear Mrs Stanford, and accept our affectionate regards for you and the Senator, in which our children

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Correspondence (incoming): Grant, Julia D, 1889

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Carles bad

August 12th 89

My very dear Mrs Stanford. I have just received a letter from Fred inclosing [sic] your note, saying how ill you have been and still are.

I knew you were ill, for I have been dreaming and dreaming

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and feel sure you would be better for the company of one who loves you as I do.

Hoping you are well long before this

I am always your loving friend

Julia Dent Grant

(God bless you and give you good health

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at Karlesbad and above all you must not forget to write me a nice sweet letter telling me you are well so that I may get it on my return home. I sail Sept the 28th from Havre. Thursday next the 12th I go to Paris, where I meet my darling

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Nellie and we will see all that is to be seen there in the ten days and be ready to come home

I am so well and can make quite a long walk with out fatigue, my dear Mrs Stanford how I am scribbling on when

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Correspondence (outgoing), 1901

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Lucerne Switz. June 29th

Mrs Timothy Hopkins

Dear May

Your welcome letter from Carlsbad has been received, and as my letter to dear Lydia has given you the news of my future movements, will hasten to tell you about the Millers - They were to arrive at Kissnigen [sic] Kissingen the 21st of June, and Mrs Miller's two daughters

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for dear Tim Lydia and your dear self yours

Mrs Leland Stanford

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