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Correspondence (incoming): Stanford family, 1884-1901

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for him to do; do you remember the lines - "God could not make Antonio Stradivarius' violins without Antonio"

Mama and Joe are well, and Joe in good spirits although the vintage is such a failure. I believe I am quite excited at the prostpect of such a beautiful trip with you. I've bought you another of [Flammarions?] books to read on the way With love from us all, affectionately your niece

Gertrude Stanford.

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Correspondence (incoming): Stanford, Helen (Mrs. Josiah Stanford), 1892-1895

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of next week think I had better wait - and see you some time later. Thanks for your provision - Gertie will know now what she needs to get -

With dearest love from all

Aff. yours -

Helen M. Stanford

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Warm Springs

June 19th 1895.

My dearest Jennie -

I went down to the telephone office this morning - hoping to get word to you that I could not come over - and so save the trouble of sending to the station for me - but had to wait a long time before we could get Menlo - We came here Tuesday evening and found your telegram, and the letter to Gertrude - which

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With love and affection true Your sister

Helen

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Dearest Jennie,-

How my heart goes out to you with deepest tenderest sympathy. The lines you sent me are full freighted with the sorrow of your aching lonely heart. Often at night - in spirit I enter the sacred room where you once took me - and say my prayer for you. Dear heart - be brave and do the work for his dear sake - work that you alone can do. I know he is not far from you for I have felt the

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