LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES, VIENNA.
June 18th 1892.
My dear, kind Mrs Stanford
My husband and I are perfectly delighted to see by the papers, that you and the Senator are again in Europe, and we earnestly hope that you are coming again to Vienna and that we may
are quite well and have only come over for the change, and a little travel. I wish we might have post a line, from you, to tell us where you are whe[n], during the summer, as we are leaving home soon for a two months trip and change of air and shall hope to meet you and
I regretted deeply to hear that your sister had been ill, but we earnestly trust that you left her better and stronger. Fred and I join in sending to you and the Senator most affectionate greetings and regard, and we hope to learn in some way, just where you will pass the summer. We have most happy news from home and Mrs Grant continues to
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be well and happy
Believe me my dear Mrs Stanford
P.S. My dear Mrs Stanford, I must add a line to say that we are hoping that you and the Senator are pleased with the renomination of President Harrison and that you think he can be re-elected as you are both such friends of his, and Mrs Harrison. We are of course, most happy over it all. I
June third Papa and me
Yours ever sincerely
Ida W. Grant