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W. S. CHAPMAN
306 PINE ST.
San Francisco, Cal., June 21, 1893
Dear Miss Stanford
I was shocked this morning on receipt of the early paper which gave me the news of your sad bereavement.
I try to extend to you my deepest sympathy and all I can feel or say can give you no comfort for I know that your consolation rests entirely in the well founded hope that your dear husband is now enjoying the society of your lamented son who you + he [have?] to grieveously mourned so long.
Your dear husband rests for ever from his labours which though unfinished have been hereculean and well done.
Mr. Stanford was a great [?] kind husband a great thinker
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