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Correspondence (outgoing), 1900 Jun-Dec

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class of her own age. She enteres [sic] there for one year, giving special attention to french German and Music - also History. They do not allow a word spoken but French. Jennie thought she knew French at home but it did not amount to any thing. I am eager to see her. I hear from her twice a week. I will take her by surprise.

In Paris I stay at the Hotel Meurice opposite the Tulleries [sic] garden. It is a very elegant Hotel, quiet with best attention. I have been there since I came here alone. We always went in years past to the Hotel Bristol near Hotel Ritz but I could not teach my heart to go under present conditions.

Mary Miller is very happy that she is to see you again. I see them often. Give best regard to Tim and Lydia also remember me to dear Mrs and Mis Kohl. Ever Yours Sincerely

Mrs. Leland Stanford

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cruel to her - the dear Doctor idolized this precious gift from God. I can only pray for them that Our Good Father who gave them their children will in His own way shed light peace, and resignation to His will.

I remain here 'till the 14th of Oct and then if I continue well, I start for Italy, staying a few weeks at the largest cities, going as far as Sorrento stopping a few days at Castellamare where I passed a week with my dear son in 1880. I will take a steamer from Naples to go to Alexandria en route to Egypt.

I have made two visits to the Exposition. I take it in small doses. There is much that is chaff that we can see in all Fairs. The Picture gallery has a Portrait of Queen Victoria that excells [sic] all else in the great collection. I hope you will try and see it.

Give my kind regards to Mrs. and Miss Kohl.

To Tim and Lydia my tender love - for yourself dear May the same love that I have felt for you.

Yours faithfully

Mrs. Leland Stanford

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Correspondence (outgoing)

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as far as Montreal it would complete the cure. I like that City and go after a few days at my old home Albany N.Y. - returning to Washington in Jan. I expect if all goes well with me to be home the last of January. I will try and make up to you in my poor way the loss of your other dear friends Mrs Miss Kholl Mrs Loomis, Mrs M Hopkins I do not doubt by this time they are singing the praises of Cal climate and wishing they could drop in upon you for a visit. Dear May one day last week I made a visit to the old burying ground where lies your dear ones

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