Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: Bu - By includes Mary E. Bucknall, Fanny B. Houghton Bulkeley, Bell Parker Burns (see Century Club of Calif.), J.G. Butler, and Jennie Stanford Byington

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San Francisco June 21st 1893 1121 Laguna St

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sympathize with you in your deep affliction.

For so many years Senator Stanford and my dear father were warm personal and policical friends, and although they have passed beyond our mortal ken, elsewhere, purchance they shall meet and know each other again. God grant it!

Wish a warm handclasp in which my husband joins, and a heart full of tender sympathy believe me, dear Mrs Stanfor

Affectionately yours Mary E. Bucknall

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My dear Mrs. Stanford

A great nation mourns with you to-day, a thousand hearts go out to you in your bereavement.

I feel there is nothing I can do or say that has not already been said or done, I realize there is not anything that can be said (or done to help or to heal a sorrow such as your, still both my husband and I descire to let you know how sincerely we

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Through his great goodness and generosity his name will live forever. Hoping this will find you well, [br___] [___] with warm [lom and minderrst farleiu,] Affectionately yours, Jamie B. Houghton Bulkeley

July the fifteenth [_______]

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unless one has been similarly [Br?], but my heart goes out to you in sincerest sympathy and I pray you be given strength to bear this greatest of all sorrowsCalifornia has lost her best friend! She will never have another like the Governor and

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Aus. July 26/92.

136 Washington Street. Hartford.

My dear Mrs. Stanford

You have been so much in my thoughts of late, that I cannot let another day go by without writing and telling you how I grieve with you in your great affliction. No one can realize the influences of such a loss

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To / Mrs Leland Stanford - D[Br?] Mrs Burgess send their deepest, & most hear-felt sympathy to you in your sad affliction. [An?] [may?] God give you strength [Br?] to bear up under, this last sad trial, and carry out your noble Husbands wishes -

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