Correspondence (outgoing)

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Chief Ellis,

I know the mob have considered the question of burning my house and also the house of Mr. Hopkins.

Their threats may be serious. I would glad be to have you detail a proper guard.

Yours truly

Leland Stanford

[left margin] [Kearny?] and his friends held several night meetings on Nob hill. [Police car present?] [Leland? found?] [furnished?] [illegible] [/left margin]

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To H. H. Ellis

Chief of Police

City Hall

[left margin: Gov Stanford]

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[DUPLICATE photocopies of Leland Stanford Papers Correspondence (outgoing) Untitled Pages 1 & 2]

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[preprinted] CENTRAL PACIFIC R.R. OF CALIFORNIA The Western Pacific, AND THE California and Oregon Rail Roads.

President's Office

Sacramento [/preprinted] Dec 23 1870

Conductors and Officers of Central Pacific R. R and connecting lines

Are requested to show all possible attention and courtesy to Mrs Henry Wetherbee of San Francisco who is travelling alone.

Leland Stanford

President Central Pacific R. R. Co.

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[preprinted] CENTRAL PACIFIC R.R. OF CALIFORNIA The Western Pacific, AND THE California and Oregon Rail Roads.

President's Office

Sacramento [/preprinted] April 17 1871

To Officers of Railroad Co.

Mrs Henry Wetherbee of San Francisco is travelling unattended. Any thing you can do to make her journey pleasant will be gratefully acknowledged by

Yours Respectfully

Leland Stanford

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