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Correspondence (incoming): Dawes, 1894-1896

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we shall both be very glad to see our travelers back again. I hope that we may hear as you have time, of you, and of what you are doing for California. Aimee has enjoyed your friendship, and that of Mr. Stanford, so much and you have been so kind to her, in so many ways! I trust that you may want to come East some time, - and that we may have the pleasure of seeing you in our home. We are always glad to hear from you.

I am sincerely your friend

Electa S. Dawes

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Mrs. Dawes

Pittsfield Mass

Jan. 26, 1894

My Dear Mrs. Stanford

I cannot bear to lose some of the pleasant friends which I was so fortunate as to make in Washington, and so I am trying to recall myself to some that I cherish. I am sure that your heart and hands have been for the last months, so full of sorrow

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I am sure you want to know why I am writing from Arkansas. Father is down here again on the Commission to the Indian Territory in which he has been occupied ever since he left the Senate. As he is now engaged with the Choctaw Nation, which is right opposite this place, and as he had had some experience of the hotels on them, the Commission decided to stay on the borders this time. It is a great improvement, I must say, although not quite all that could be desired

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the East, and everything else. I want so much to know. Direct the letter to Pittsfield, Mass, as usual, as I shall have left here before you get this.

Father and Mother both wish to send their warmest regards, and I am

Very affectionately yours

Anna L. Dawes

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My Dear Mrs. Stanford

I am just as delighted (I was going to day, as you are) as I can be, over the result of your law suit. It is splendid! and mostly due to your own efforts, after the justice of the case. We are all very proud of you, as well as of your success, I wonder where you are now I wish I could see you, and

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already love dearly and begin to appropriate as belonging to us.

I am very sincerely yours with love, E. S. Dawes.

Pittsfield Mass.

March 4th 1896.

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Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: Da - De includes Madeline Vinton Dahlen, C.E. Daily (Comissioner for King Tebureimoa of Butaritari, Gilbert Is.), Anna Agnew Davis, Horace Davis, Anna L. Dawes, E.S. Dawes, Noble E. Dawson, and Lucy A.H.

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my dear friend very sincerely -

E. S. Dawes

Mr. Dawes asks to be remembered, with also the expression of his respect, and honor for Mr. Stanford, and sorrow personally.- Anna is in Chicago

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