Correspondence (incoming) - H

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Harrison: 2/22/1891 request for a meeting; Haymond: 1/23/1884 delegation from California; Colton case; Heald: 6/8/1889 on Stanford's proposed World Arbitration League; Hooker, J.D.: 6/90/1880 offer of tour of Kew Gardens; Hooker, J.:12/31/1872 [?92] social note; Hopkins: 4/9/1869 (tel) re departure of commissioners; Hotchkiss: 4/13/1890 expressing political support; Hull: 11/8/1890 re his hymn for the University (not enclosed)



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June 9 [1980?]

My Dear Sir My [?] [informs me that I may?] [?] [for the pleasure of seeing you at?] [Kiev?] after [your?] arrival in [Linden?]. [I need not say that it will afford me great pleasure to show you my gardens?]. [?] [offers?] [me to?] [include?] [one of?] [Lady Hooke's?] [card?]

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to yourself [and?] [friends?] We do not know whether [?] [if your family are with you?] but if there [are?] [any?] [Ludica?] pray bring them. Lady Hooke will have the pleasure of calling on them when she goes to town but [on?] [an?] [out?] of ordinary day visiting distance. [?] [Faithfully Yours?] [?] [Hooke?]

[I?] [?] [some?] card of [summer?] [shores?] that [may?] be [available?] to yourself [as?] [previous?] that [for?] [the?] [?] [at?] [Bruce?] [Horticultural?] [Street?] [at?] [South?] [Kensington?] is a particularly fine one. [Faithfully Yours?] [?] [Hooke?]

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[Brework?] House New York City Dec 31st [?]

Ex Gov. Stanford: I have this moment learned that you and Mrs. Stanford are in the City. I am sincerely [rejoyced?] to hear it, and I write now merely to extend to you my warmest congratulations. It is only a few weeks since I returned to the City, since which time I have been out of the house but once. Not much from sickness, but [where?] a good deal from the [confinement?]. However, I intend to go to the

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[Brewoork?] tomorrow, should the [walking?] not be too slippery when I shall hope to see you. Please say to Mrs. Stanford that I am truly delighted to hear that she is so near me. My letter is dated the [Brewoork?] House but my rooms are two doors down from [there?] in 61 [Clinton?] Place. I trust that you and Mrs. Stanford are here to remain a long time. I had not heard of your departure from California. Sincerely Yours J. Hooker [?]

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37 Sacto [April?] 9 1869 Received at San Francisco 9 1869 4pm To Leland Stanford [Lick?] House

Is any time fixed when commissioners will start from Sacramento Answer Mark Hopkins

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