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[preprinted] L. N. KEATING, ATTORNEY,

MUSKEGON NATIONAL BANK BUILDING

FIRST FLOOR, - - NO. 11 FIRST AVENUE, RESIDENCE, 87 HOUSTON AVENUE.

Attention given to Corporation Cases. Settlements made. Trustee Estates managed. Bonds Procured for Clients in Surety Companies. Gilt Loans with Collaterals, or Joint Makers or Endorsers Placed.

Muskegon Mich., [/preprinted] April 30th. 1889.

[large notation in red: 165]

Hon. Leland Stanford,

Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Cal.

My Dear Sir:-

Some time ago when you were in Washington I took the liberty of writing to you for information in regard to your university at Palo Alto, to which you kindly replied, by forwarding to me, the printed proceedings relating to the dedication of this university. Since then I learn through the newspapers that the university is to be opened this fall. Can you kindly place me in communication with any one who can inform me as to what branches of the university will be opened, and student rates including expenses of tuition, board and incidentals, and when it will be opened this fall. I have three children, two girls and a boy, and I have been watching the growth of this university with a great deal of interest. Any information which you can kindly give me in regard to the university opening this fall, and the courses of study, and the other points asked above, will be gladly received by me.

Yours &c., L. N. Keating.

E.

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