Correspondence (incoming): Dahlgren, Madeline, 1893-1894

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[different hand] Mrs. Dalghr[en?] has given a letter to Bishop Keane. [/different hand]

[preprinted] 1325 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, WASHINGTON, D. C. [/preprinted]

February 2d - 1894

My very dear Mrs. Stanford

I have given my dear friend, the Rt. Rev. Doctor of the Catholic University of America, Bishop Keane, a letter of introduction to you, as he desires the gratification of meeting you while in California.

Yet, it is

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[left hand side] in a measure, a work of supererogation to formally introduce to each other, two persons whose mission is so pre-eminently connected with higher education.

I trust my dear Mrs. Stanford that the New Year may bring you the realization of your cherished noble plans, for humanity; [/lefthand side][right hand side] and that your health may be equal to the heavy burden you have to meet.

and I am ever with sincere affection yours,

Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren

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Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren

([--wife--][insert: widow] of Admiral Dahlgren)

Washington,

Oct. 31, 1893

[--Condolences--]

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[preprinted] 1325 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, WASHINGTON, D. C. [/preprinted] Dec. 14th 1893

My very dear Mrs. Stanford

Kindly accept as a Christmas greeting, some of my books, which I have just expressed to you.

If they should fill any lonely or weary hours, it would be a gratification to me.

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The approaching sacred festival of Christmas, that fills so many hearts with joy, has so many sad associations where the heart is lonely.

Trusting that you are well dear Mrs. Stanford, and with affectionate regards

I am sincerely yours

Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren

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