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Elisina Tyler to Mildred Barnes Bliss and Robert Woods Bliss, May 12, 1950

8 rue Quentin Bauchart8 rue Quentin-Bauchart, an elegant seven-story apartment building built in 1926–1927.

Paris VIII

May 12th 1950

Dearest Milrob.

Royall will bring you this note and my very best love. I wish I were going with him. But I hear with joy that you are planning a journey to Europe soon.

Please give us a few days at Antigny. It would be so delightful for us to have you under our roof, and the air is very pure and healthy there, and you would find friends in the neighbourhood though dear Marie de VogüéMarie Adèle Herménégilde de Contades (1861–1953), who married Comte Arthur de Vogüé (1838–1924) in 1882. is almost gone—only a sad semblance left.

My best love to you both.

Yours ever affately

Elisina

 
Associated Places: Paris (France)