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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as after our two months of hotel life, we were delighted to get back home again, (with our children), of which the privacy and quiet are so agreeable, especially as the authorities of Austria have so far, kept the Cholera out of this Country.

We were very happy to read in the papers a few days ago, that

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Senator Stanford had derived the greatest possible benefit, from his second course of treatments at Aix-Les Bains - this must delight you, and be most encouraging to the Senator. But how we do regret to learn, my dear Mrs Stanford, that you have had a return

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of your illness! It must be something in the travelling, or air of "Aix". - Now we hope your recovery is a permanent one, and that you will carefully guard and cherish your own health & strength - and not forget, in your kind

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thought and care for others, how valuable and important your own life is to the Senator, and all those for whom you do so much.

I am sure you have regretted to hear of the illness of Mrs Harrison, but rejoice in the present reports

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of her improved health, as we do. We think that the President has been so noble and good in all his devotion and attention to his wife, in the midst of his trying and arduous duties. From all reports, we may soon hope for Mrs Harrison's recovery. It would seem too sad for her to die now, and we trust

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