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Elisina Tyler to Mildred Barnes Bliss, October 24, 1949

Antigny-le-Château

Par Arnay-le-Duc

(Cote d’Or)

October 24th, 1949

Dearest Mildred,

Your telegramThe whereabouts of this telegram are unknown. has just reached me. I am so very sorry not to see you again to say goodbye and wish you a happy journey all the way.

I know how very crowded the last hours must be and you being absent on Sunday, makes me feel it would be very indiscreet on my part to ask for a scrap of your time of the last day.

I hope my account of the happenings concerning the “Oeuvre”See letter of April 7, 1942. during the troubled days of the occupation interested you. If so, I shall be happy to keep you posted on further developments as they appear above the horizon.

My very best love to you both

Yours affectionately always

Elisina