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Royall Tyler to Mildred Barnes Bliss, March 28, 1933

Budapest
28.III.33Tuesday.

Many thanks, dearest Mildred, for you cable just received.See telegram of March 27, 1933. I hope to be in N.Y. when you arrive, or very soon after, and to come to you in Washington about the 27th. Of course I can’t be absolutely sure up to the moment of sailing. There’s no need to worry about reservations in advance these days.

I don’t know where I shall stay in N.Y. but c/o Messrs. J.P. Morgan & Co. will reach me.

Elisina has just returned here after spending a fortnight with Bill in Rome and Florence. Bill is speaking Italian already, and greatly enjoying Italy. He will be in ViennaSee letter of February 15, 1933. by the end of this week, and I hope to have him here for a couple of days at Easter.

I wrote you by the ordinary postSee letter of March 25, 1933 [2]. to thank you for the book abt. Archie Coolidge,Harold Jefferson Coolidge and Robert Howard Lord, Archibald Cary Coolidge: Life and Letters (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1932). Archibald Cary Coolidge (1866–1928) was an American educator who was professor of history at Harvard College from 1908 and the first director of the Harvard University Library from 1910. but I trust you’ll get this first. I’m hugging the thought of seeing you in a month.

Bless you always.

R. T.

 
Associated People: Elisina Tyler; William Royall Tyler