Correspondence (outgoing)

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to "Dear Sister": sends money 1881 Feb 5; to Jane Stanford (telegram) 1881 [no month] 27; to Jane Stanford: arrived safely in New York 1882 June 6; to Jane Stanford: his visit to Albany and her mother's health 1882 June 9; to J.D.B. Stillman: re price of the book 1882 July 26; to J. D.B.Stillman: re Muybridge suit 1882 Oct 23; to J.D.B. Stillman: Muybridge was an "instrument to carry out my ideas" 1883 Jan 5; to "Dr.": on his health; they go to Europe soon 1883 May 25; to Jane Stanford (from Bad Kissingen): on taking the waters 1883 Aug 10; to Leland Jr.: (from Bad Kissingen) 1883 Aug 21; to Leland Jr: (from Bad Kissingen) 1883 Aug 30; to Leland Jr. (from Hamburg) 1883 Sep 9; to J.D.B.Stillman: re money and possible suit against Osgood & Co. 1883 Oct 25; to Jesse Grant: re feasibility of railroad from Constantinople to the Persian Gulf (photocopy) 1885 March 31; to Andrew White: re Holley's theory on telescopes 1885 April 18; to Fred. Grant: condolences on death of U. S. Grant 1885 July [?]



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October 25 1883

D.J. D.B. Stillman

San Bernandino Cal.

Dear Doctor

Disappointed in not returning to California as early as I had expected I have to write you that I have written to Sathrop who will let you have the money that you requested.

I don't think you had better commence any point against Osgood [il?], if it is necessary to do so let the

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matter wait my return I have had a little set back lately and that is the principal reason added to J L Stanford's desire to [remain?] that I have not returned earlier.

Hoping you and all your family are well and with kind regards to them I remain your friend

Leland Stanford

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[L?] Stanford Oct 25 1883

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New York [Jamy?] 5th 1883

My Dear Doctor

Yours of the 21st with this day wind. I don't feel like taking up the matter of controversy with Osgood {hee?] and hope its with not the necessary. For the present at any date will have the matter with you. People have occasionally ask me about the book and pary they would like to purchase a copy but do not know where to find it. Everyone I have heard speak of the book speak of it very flattering. I doubt where or not of its being or sale is sufficiently given.

Don't allow the matter to worry you. If the people don't buy the book it is there his fortune as well as one. As a money

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matter if I am not called upon to have more, it is of the hash, The Muybridge find insisting me. I want to prove up the whole history. The actual facts are from beginning to the end he was an instrument to carry out my ideas

We are all quite well, with kindest regards to you Stillman and the children I remain Your friend Leland Stanford

Dr J D B Stillman

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