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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written to you and to the Senator thanking him for his kind words of my Jesse.

Hoping to hear from you soon I am as always your sincere and devoted friend

Julia D Grant

P.S. I leave here to morrow for Altamont Springs Florida I supposed you were in Washington all this time

J.D.G.

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Tampa Bay Hotel Jany 29th 98

My dear Mrs Stanford

It is with deep regret I learn from the papers of the continued illness of Senator Stanford. I hope most earnestly that the reports are exaggreated. We are lossing [sic] so many of our distinguised men that one feels startled and alarmed

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when one reads of the deaths of any of them, and I assure you my dear Mrs Stanford it would be a matter of earnest and deep sorrow to me if any thing were to happen to to my friend your husband: Do write and tell me he is not so ill I wish I were near you I think of you so so often, and have

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visit to Ulysses and his family and tell Jany the second when we all go to Florida for the winter Mrs Grant is very well and I am enjoying my visit_ Hoping that I may have the great pleasure of seeing you soon I am always your

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sincere and loving friend

Julia D Grant

P.S. I have only mentioned to Bishop Newman that I had written the letter to you. He at once offered to write in Jesse's behalf and recommended that I get Mr Andrew D. White to write a letter to the Senator." All of which I declined. Julia D Grant

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[Envelope stamped Palo Alto, Cali. - with sealing wax embossed J.D.G.]]

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Mrs Leland Stanford Palo. Alto. California

[Postmark [?] Station Nov [22?] 1892 N.Y.]

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