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Royall Tyler to Robert Woods Bliss, January 15, 1946

Palais des Nations

Geneva

15 Jan. ‘46

Dear Robert.

Very many thanks for your letter of Dec. 22, with its enclosures, which it is most kind of you to have obtained for me. I should have answered it ten days ago, when it reached me, but I’ve been in a rush all this time, and am now enjoying the first few hours let-up since the New Year.

You’ve no doubt seen Bill since his return, and perhaps you even know what his plans are. I’ve heard nothing from him since he left England.

Margit Sigray,Margit Sigray Bessenyey (1911–1984), daughter of Harriot and Antal Sigray. daughter of TonyCount Antal (Anton, Tony) Sigray (1879–1947), a Hungarian aristocrat and politician. and Harriot S.,Countess Sigray (née Harriot Daly) (1880–1950), the wife of Count Antal “Anton” Sigray (1879–1947) of Hungary. and niece of Molly Gerard,Mary (“Molly”) Daly Gerard, wife of James Watson Gerard (1867–1951), an American lawyer and diplomat who was U.S. ambassador to Germany between 1913 and 1917. Mary Gerard was the aunt of Margit Sigray Bessenyey (1911–1984). succeeded in joining her father here for a short stay. She is going back to Hungary at the end of the month. She has some marvelous tales to tell—and she seems to have held her own, in the face of you can imagine what situations.

Fond love from us both to you & Mildred

Yrs

R.T.

 
Associated People: Hayford Peirce
Associated Places: Geneva [Genève] (Switzerland)