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Correspondence regarding Railroad travel during strike, 1894 July 1 - July 2

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Dunsmuir 9 a.m.

Mrs Jane L Stanford

SP West Montague:

The men who are on a strike have asked me to say to you that they do not think it safe now for you to go far and would advise you to remain at Sisson until we can find out how our track is - Things are now looking very bad - One of our trestles mile west of Mont. was burned this morning - this trestle is over nine

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Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: Ho - I includes Alex Hogg, Susan M. Holbrook, Timothy and May Hopkins, Thomas H. Hubbard, John F. Hurst, Frank [Hutton], Ida M.F. Iles, Anna Louisa Ingalls, Ethel Ingalls, and William Innis

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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.

RECEIVED at Ml June 21 1893

Dated Sisson Cal 21

To Herbert C Nash

Sad news just received home tomorrow morning deepest sympathy with Mrs Stanford from Mrs Jordan & myself

David S Jordan

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