Condolence letters on the death of Anna Lathrop Hewes, 1892

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[typeset] James F. Dudley William H. King Ass't. Secretaries A.C. Bayne, Secy. Wm B. [Cla?] VicePres't. J. Goodnow, Pres't. {photo} [typeset] Aetna Insurance Company of Hartford Agency at: Atlantic Highlands June 23 1893

Dear Mrs. Stanford I was greatly surprised and deeply pained to read in our daily the sudden death of Senator Standford. I recall my presence at your beautiful home in Washington and his great kindness to me and the deep {interest?} and feeling maniifested in the songs {I rendered?} to the large company assembled. I presume you distinctly remember how the {first?} was present and many hearts were touched and tears were freely shed. The impressions of that have I trust were recorded above and the results will be known when in Eternity. In this dark trying hour I commend you to Him who {?} the troubled {?} of Gallilee to sleep and has so tenderly spoken {Nies?} precious words. "My grace is sufficient for thee." May this sympathizing friend sustain you { His?} Everlasting arms and when {Lifes?} fitful

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