here about the 10th July I shall try and obtain papers for her and the body of the Governor. Mrs [L?] looks quite well but was visibly affected when she met me.
The Crockers are at the Windsor. I met them all on Saturday at the races. Have a lot of stack books to sign and shall try and dispose of four to night. Good bye yours lovingly
New York June 6th 1882
My Dear Wife
We arrived here last night about 11 PM Have sent up to the Windsor hoping there might be something there from you but nothing came from there but some telegraphs. Probably I shall find something from you at the office. Have heard nothing from you since you dispatch from letter saying you had had pleasant day and were intending to visit San Bernadino the next morning. It seems a long time ago. My trip
has been interesting and instructive but long hot and somewhat fatiguing. The trip is near worn out. But the cool weather we find here makes time feel a great deal better this morning
My health is as good as when I started on the journey. I will go down to the office this morning and probably will go up this week to see
your mother. I am told the weather has been cool this spring so that I am in hopes to find her quite [bard?] up
Will telegraph you how I find her
With love to Leland good bye for the present. Your loving Husband Leland Stanford
P.S. Am very comfortably quartered at the Brunswich L.S.