Condolence letters re: death of Leland Stanford: E - F includes Adeline M. Easton, Margaret Edes, George F. Edmunds, Morris M. Estee, W.W. Evans, Leila Johnson Ewing, W.W. Faris, Stephen J. and Sue V. Field, and George Frere Flint

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2121 Laguna Street.

My dear Mrs Stanford

Since breakfast I have read of the passing away of your dear Husband and our good friend, I am so shocked. I feel I must send you a few lines to tell you how sincere and deep our sympathy is with - and for you in this your great bereavement

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and sorrow. I am senseless to comfort you, but if in any way I can be of the slightest service to you I feel you are so alone if you would call to have me come and even remain in the house that you mught know a true friend was near you. I will come at your command have some member of your household, send

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me a telegram. I wil come at once. You may prefer to be entirely alone with your grief but is it best?

Mr Earl and Eugene join in remembrance and sympathy.

With much love. I am ever the [Br?] Helen B. Earl

Wednesday June 21st San Francisco

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NUMBER SENT BY REC'D BY CHECK
Sf An na 6paid 1158a
RECEIVED at Menlo Park Cal June 22 1893 Dated Chicago 22 To Mrs Leland Stanford

Sincere loving sympathy in your bereavement

Adeline M Easton

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188 Pine St.

Chicago. July 3 rd

My very dear friend.

Surrounded by relatives & friends in this distant City amidst gay and busy scenes of wonderfully absorbing interest, you and your great sorrow have been constantly in my mind and heart - Only weariness after each days visit to the

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Ex[po]sition has preven[t]ed my writing a few words assuring you of deepest sympathy and sincere affection - My brother & Mrs Reid are with me and all have grieved beyond expression, on learning the sad news that one of our dearest most valued friends was to be with us no more on earth. Later Fred

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188 Pine St.

Chicago. July 3 rd

My very dear friend.

Surrounded by relatives & friends in this distant City amidst gay and busy scenes of wonderfully absorbing interest, you and your great sorrow have been constantly in my mind and heart - Only weariness after each days visit to the

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