Mary W. Harriman
only Roland, of my family, came out with me but Dr Lyle & other friends, mostly Roland's college chums, make a pleasant party for me, [altho'?] Mrs A[illegible]ll is not with me this summer - We have had superb weather- sunny & warm with that rare [delicious?] atmosphere you remember - ever since we arrived The Tetons are quite heavenly & inspiring & have been constantly in view. The terrible terrible war casts its shadow upon us even here & Carol is in the midst - being [on?] a "[illegible]e" in Germany when the war broke forth - We heard she was taking the train for Berlin to join our friends the Ge[illegible] - the American Ambassador & his wife Then the cable was cut & we know no more
1914 Jul 11
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0475
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