Correspondence (incoming): Grant, Julia D, 1890-1891

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ALS J.L.Stanford in N.Y. 1890 Jan 18 ALS Stanfords back from Europe 1890 Oct ? ALS. delighted to see her, was ill over summer, writing 1890 Oct 11 ALS Stanfords triumph in Calif. 1890 Dec 5 ALS Had a delightful Christmas, will see her soon 1890 Dec 26 ALS and cvr. Mr. Stanford's accident 1891 Jan 27 ALS death of Sherman 1891 Feb 8 ALS social note 1891 Feb 16 ALS writing book 1891 Mar 1 ALS and cvr. personal news 1891 Mar 9 ALS Fannie has seen J. L. Stanford, the Newmans 1891 Apr 13 ALS grandchildren visited J. L. Stanford, appointment of Profs., etc. for University 1891 June 7 ALS and cvr. opening of Univ... equestrian statue of Grant in Chicago 1891 Oct 17 ALS and cvr. social note 1891 Dec 6 ALS social note 1891 Dec 31



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[ ?] and simply [ ?] them so that I will make no mistakes. My dear Mrs Stanford I do wish that Jesse be occupied in some thing that will fully interest him and so keep him out of the reach of any thieves - I do not hesitate to ask this

Windsor Hotel Febu 16th My dear Mrs Stanford I am going to ask your kind offices in conveying this little note to the Senator and if necessary will you urge my position. My darling boy has been all the morning writing out a list { ?]

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book, in which I took so much pride and so much pleasure my book, on which I have built so many castles, is by the critics pronounced too near, too close to the private life of the Genl for the public and I thought this was just what was wanted You can well imagine my great disappointment and sorrow My publishers made me liberal terms, but I am advised by critics not to publish. - To that I [ ? ? ?] fortune has fleed again from me. I had hoped to have realized a nice little fortune from my work and what castles I built. Hoping the Senator is quite well and you too my friend. I am as always yours lovingly Julia D. Grant

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speeches made by the President [ ?] [D E Jsew ?] and others. There was a vast assemblage present as the papers told which I sent you. But now I am going to open my heart to you, and tell you of my disappointment and sorrow My book, my book, on which I have worked so hard for the last three long years, my

3 East 66th Street April 30th 1892 ? My dear friend, The time seems long since I saw you, so filled has it been with important occurrences to me. The corner stone of my husbands [ ?] has been laid and nearly all the funds necessary to finish it has been subscribed. This is gratifying as were the eloquent

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about what? He replied, "that superb collection of books has been sold, and I was so in hopes Senator Stanford would secure them for California." I asked him if he would like to live near me in Palo Alto in some position. He answered "Yes indeed I would" and in reply to my question as to what he could do. He said why I would like to above every thing to be librarian or curator of the museum, and so I wrote to you and the senator. "What a cyclone the election has proved. I am glad to hear the senator is better, and I hope you are well also. I am here on a delightful

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My dear Mrs Stanford if you knew how very clever and awfully nice Jess is you would feel worse than I do. I must not fail to tell you how I happened to write that letter. Several days after you left me Jess sat reading the papers to me when he exclaimed "Oh! I am so sorry." I asked

Salem Center N Y Nov 24th 92 My dear Mrs Stanford In reply to your last letter, received this a.m. (Thanksgiving) I would say I deeply regret having written the letter you answer as the tears that now fill my poor eyes will vouch for. But let me assure you

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