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I do not know yet, where we
shall go to take a little repose
I would have liked to go to some
watering place in Germany or in Bohemia
but my means do not allow it, so
we will be obliged to go to Italy
or Austria.

Hoping that you are enjoying
the best of health and that you may
have a pleasant return trip to
America, please do accept my and
my wifes most sincere compliments
and believe me to be
Your most respectful and sincere

Emile Brugsch

Please to direct your letter to:

Emile Brugsch Bey


They will be forwarded to my next address
which I do not know yet.

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Cairo July 5 1901

Dear Mrs Leland Stanford

I received your letter from Kissingen
June 17th about a week ago, but could
not write any sooner, having been
suffering severely from Erysipilas [sic - Erysipelas].

I have communicated the content of
your letter to my wife. She is willing
to let you have her collection for
the amount mentioned in your letter,
that is to say five thousand Dollars,
only you will be obliged to wait until
our return from Europe, for we both
are so ill that we have to leave
Cairo in a few days. We shall be back
towards the 10th or 15th October and the
objects can be shipped in the first days
of November. Only my wife begs you

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