Letter of condolance from Mrs Meeks answered Oct 28th 92
May Meeks re Hewes
San Francisco September 6, 92
My dear Mrs Stanford
We regret to learm of the passing away from this life of your dear Sister- Mrs Hewes and truly sympathise with you in the loss of such a loving Sister, One who was so greatly esteemed bu all who knew her. And though the hearts of those whom she has
out of the city, he has been troubled with nervousness and insomnia, and we have kept him quietly in the country, he has much improved, and we hope to return to the city in a few weeks.
I am glad to learn that the Govenor is much better, I think his trip must have benefitted him very much, and you also, not withstanding you left under such adverse circumstances.
I am obliged to go to the city occasionally to see my doctor, and I will call in
to see you as soon as I can.
Please thank Mrs Robertaon for the letter she so kindly sent me.
With kindest regards to the Govenor, Yours sincerely,
Amelia J. R. Pixley
Oct 21st - 1892.
Mrs Pixley a letter of Condolence
Owl's Wood, Larkspur, Marin Co
Dear Mrs Stanford,
I must say welcome home, although the home coming is a sorrowful one I would have written to you much sooner after your bereavement, only I could not be certain of your address.
I was quite ill when your dear one passed away, and Mr Pixley was out