Correspondence (incoming): Nash, Herbert C., 1889-1902

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Tel. re: L. Stanford's transportation to reception Oct 23, 1889 Tel. and ALS storm at Santa Barbara; heard good news on legal suit Mar 4, 1896 ALS Thanks for theater tickets 21-Nov-01 ALS On his health March 27, 1902



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Stanford University November 21, 1901

Dear Mrs. Stanford

Many thanks from both of us for the theatre tickets which you have so kindly sent to us. The concert promises to be one of the best given here, and we consider ourselves fortunate to have the opportunity of hearing such distinguished singers -

I may not be able

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to go myself as I have been laid up all today, but in that case Louise will take her mother in my place and they will both enjoy themselves immensely.

With many thanks Sincerely yours H.C. Nash

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world this week, as it is where we are staying. Here, Spring has come upon us all of a sudden in a glory of flowers and bird[s] and sunshine, - and the world seems very beautiful.

We have come here in Santa Monica for a week for a change of scene, [boats ?] and surroundings. The do[ctor] thought it would do me good. On Monday we ret[urn] to Claremont and [life ?] our tent. The hotel is [?]

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good and the rest and change from domestic cares and nursing are beneficial to Louise.

My health is a good deal better than it was at Christmas. The chief troubles now seem to be that I do not gain flesh and that I am exceedingly weak and get no stronger. I have a good doctor who gives me careful attention. I take no wine or stimulants and use no tobacco or coffee and eat only what is strictly

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nourishing. In fact we live most simply. The doctor says that I am in no condition to travel far, consequently we have given up all thoughts of going to Europe or even East though if I were much better in the Fall we might go to New York for the benefit of the complete change. The Summer we expect to spend somewhere in the mountains around here, - possibly at a sanitarium that has been recom= mended on Mount San Jacinto.

I wrote to you when you were in New York and think you had left before the letter got there.

Louise joins me in the best of wishes for your health and happiness, and I beg to remain

Very sincerely yours H. C. Nash

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