Condolence letters on the death of Anna Lathrop Hewes, 1892

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to A the first of September. If you should come to Albany I [Br?] return please let me know I trust your dear Husband health is improving and that his trip has been so beneficial that he ^will take another long lease of life. Bessie [Br?] me in [Br?] of love to you ^both We all send best wishes

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and a safe return to America [Br?] [Ever your?] sincere friend Maria W [Judson?]

Aug 22nd/ 92

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Louise LaMontague

Far Rockaway, Aug. 16, 1892

(Re [Hewes?] to "Auntie Stan"Mother in S.F. - A [niece]?)

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Far Rockaway

L.L. Aug 16th

My dear Auntie Stan-

I was so shocked to hear of poor Mrs [Hewe's?] death. It was most unexpected for in her last letters, mamma never seem [?] to lose hope of her recovery-

It will be a great grief to you, for we all know how devoted you have always been to your sister, and how kind and good to her in her illness.

I presume you and Governor will be

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returning home soon now, and if you will [?ly] write use a line either here or to the Renaissance 6 West 43rd St. I will come to town to see you. I missed you in Paris unfortunately, not having heard of your being there until the night before you left. I called, but you were out with Jennie.

With best love to yourself and the Governor believe me very affectionately yours

Louise LaMontagne

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