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[preprinted] State of California - Department of State. [/preprinted]
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE - ASSEMBLY.
Wednesday, March 1, 1905.
Mr. Waste, representing the Fifty-second District, in which is situated the University of California, was granted leave to introduce the following resolution, which was read:
WHEREAS, The sad intelligence has been conveyed to this body of the death on this day of MRS. JANE L. STANFORD, wife of Hon. Leland Stanford, former Governor of California, and one of the founders of Leland Stanford Junior University; and
WHEREAS, In the death of Mrs. Stanford, California loses one of her most noble women, and the Stanford University its loving benefactress;
RESOLVED, That when the Assembly adjourns this day, it is a mark of respect to the worth and virtues of this distinguished woman, and in honor of her fruitful life.
Mr. Waste moved the adoption of the resolution.
Motion seconded by Mr. Mitcheltree, representing the Fifty-seventh District, in which is situated the Leland Stanford Junior University
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