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Royall Tyler to Robert Woods Bliss, September 15, 1933

Finance Ministry

Dear Robert.

Thank you for your letter of the 13th. It was a great treat for me to have you here,Apparently Robert Woods Bliss visited Royall Tyler in Budapest at some time between August 28 and September 13, 1933. & I don’t at all consider I was an angel.

I’m sending you back the “letter”.The identity of this letter is unknown. I think much of what it says about European monetary prospects is justified, and there is perhaps a tendency—not to paint the European picture blacker than it deserves, but rather to lead the reader to infer that US monetary prospects are, relatively to the European, clearer than it is really warrantable to assume.

I expect to be at the Hotel Beau Rivage, Geneva, early the morning of the 19th, and I’ll let you know as soon as I can tell how long I’m going to be there.

I’m having a dismal time house-hunting—but I’ve see several things now that aren’t as bad as that place we saw together, and I expect I’ll end up finding something tolerable.

R. T.

Associated Places: Budapest (Hungary)