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Correspondence (incoming): Ta - Te, 1890-1902

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year of her course and, I believe, profiting by the opportunities afforded her.

I do not forget and never shall that this is not the only obligation I owe you. May you be amply rewarded.

I am in charge of the English and Latin departments in the High School here, and dearly enjoy the work. I have not recovered perfect control of my muscles, but command them better than two or three years ago, and continue entirely free from pain.

With renewed congratulations and wishes for a long career of happy enjoyment of your beneficent work, I am

yours cordially,

D. H. Temple.

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Mr. Temple was a Minister at Palo Alto and used to teach Leland Bible lessons once a week.

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Los Gatos, Mch. 9, 1896

My dear Mrs Stanford,

I congratulate you with all my heart upon the successful issue in your favor of the suit brought against you by the U.S. government.

It was a noble thought to build up for the youth of present and coming generations the University which bears your son's and his father's name, and with God's blessing, which I know you earnestly seek, there will now be no hindrance to its full realisation.

I am one of the thousands laid under obligation by this employment of your means, for my daughter Grace at Roble Hall is now in the second

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