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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Mrs Grant, New York Jany. 9th/94

25 EAST 62nd STREET.

My dear kind Friend,

How good and sweet of you, to think of us, amidst all your cares and occupations at this busy season!! The Children and I are most grateful for the

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to have made you somewhat stronger.

Mrs Grant is in Washington with her daughter, still, and has been quite well & happy there, having received every kindness from old friends. She talks of going south now soon - because of all

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Journey to Canada was of greatest benefit to you as well as to yourself - and that you found satis- faction and some contentment by the way. The change of scene, air, and thought was what you really needed, and ought

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lovely cards, and "Christmas & New Years Greetings" which you sent, - and treasure them, with the messages which they carrey [sic], as precious souvenirs of your dear self, whose friendship, we so highly value.

We hope that your

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expressions of love, and in wishing that this New Year may bring to you, some comfort & happiness or contentment in your good works, and that you may also be blessed with health & strength to accomplish all that you have undertaken. You must guard yourself & keep well. With grateful appreciation and thanks from Julia, Ulysses and myself believe me, dear Mrs Stanford, Yours affectionately

Ida H. Grant

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5th

25 EAST 62nd STREET.

the changes in the weather which she finds most trying. She envied us very much, the little visit which we had with you here, and was very sad indeed, not to see you when you passed through New York.

Fred, the children and I, all join in sending you our warmest

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New York [Aug.1899]

Tuesday-

Dear Mrs Stanford

I trust you will be interested in reading these enclosed letters and articles and that you will remem

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