Letter from Alberta Carpenter, Harvard University, The Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Georgetown, Washington 7, D.C. to Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, Colony Club, New York, New York, July 30, 1949 Digital
Scope and Contents
Typescript letter with handwritten signature from Albert S. Carpenter, secretary at Dumbarton Oaks and Mildred Bliss thanks her for the telephone message. Carpenter had also received a message from Ethel Burnet Clark about Mildred Bliss's visit with Annie. She reports on the health status of Annie who will have her foot removed and afterward be cared for my her nephew. Annie's status at Dumbarton Oaks will not change until John Thacher decides upon his return. Mosser is going to the hospital and every effort will be made to restore his health to near normal. She urges the Blisses continue with their travel arrangements despite the issues at Dumbarton Oaks.
- July 30, 1949
- Carpenter, Alberta S., 1879-1872 (Correspondent, Person)
Language of Materials
Materials chiefly in English with a few items in Greek, Latin, French, Italian, or Spanish.
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Extent23 boxes (approximately 2632 items including correspondence, expense reports, invoices, estimates, deposit records, book lists, newspaper clippings, newsletters, and plant lists.)
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