Correspondence (incoming): Grant, Ida, 1892-1899

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ALS Stanfords to return to Europe, renomination of Harrison 1892, June 18 ALS visit of Henry Dodge, cholera epidemic; met Stanfords at Geneva 1892 Sep 26 ALS death of Mrs. Harrison, Pres. Harrison's defeat, Col. Grant participating in Court Hunts 1892 Dec 14 A.L. (fragment) to Julia Grant, did not learn of L. Stanford's death until after funeral [1893 or 94] ALS condolence, Mrs. Grant in Calif. 1894 Jan 1 ALS J. L. Stanford's trip to Canada 1894 Jan 9 ALS Julia's wedding 1899, Aug ALS husband in Philippines, daughter at St. Petersburg, son at West Point 1899, Dec 6



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think it must be very hard for Mr Blaine and his friends, to have such a defeat. Your were [so] kind in your last letter to tell us all the news from Washington and to repeat the kind words spoken of Fred to you and Senator Stanford. We appreciate very deeply your assu[ring] words and generous

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wishes. Indeed my husband and I can never, never thank you and dear Senator Stanford enough, for all you have done for us and for our children, too. Our hearts are full of gratitude to you both. You must be very happy in the midst of your good deeds and great kindness to others

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I am just now very sad over the sudden death of my dear friend, Fannie Paul at Carlsbad (Mr Drexel's daughter) who was here a month ago, well and happy. She leaves three little children - died of typoid [sic] fever. Mr Drexel who is at Carlsbad, most distressed, leaves for America today with her body - her husband and children. She had great health and all to make her happy in this life.

Please pardon this long letter, dear Mrs Stanford, and accept our affectionate regards for you and the Senator, in which our children

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U.S. Legation

Monday, Sept 26th/92

My dear Mrs Stanford -

I was just writing the date on this page, when your welcome letter was handed to me, which it rejoices us to read, as it tells us of the improvement in your health and

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in the Senator's condition. We are truly and sincerely disappointed however that we are not to see you soon in Vienna, as we have been looking forward to your coming with such pleasure. Your friends from Calfornia, Mr and

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