Royall Tyler to Robert Woods Bliss, April 30, 1934

Finance Ministry

Budapest

30.IV.34

Dear Robert

Things are now so shaping that I shall probably sail about May 15th or so. I take it you’ll be in Washington the last week in May, & I’d much like to come to you then for a few days.

I had intended to travel with Dean Jay,Nelson Dean Jay (1883–1972), an American banker with J. P. Morgan and Co. and the Paris firm of Morgan and Cie. He was a trustee of the German External Loan of 1924 (known as the Dawes Loan). but he is caught up in the gvt negociations in Berlin & probably can’t move. He offers to arrange for me to be put up at the Knickerbocker ClubThe Knickerbocker Club, a gentlemen’s club in New York that was founded in 1871 and located at 2 East 62nd Street since 1913. in N.Y. & suggests that I write to you & ask you to write the club also in my favour. Would you do so? It wd. be very pleasant for me to be able to stay there in N.Y. I shall have to be in London before end June.

Much love to you & Mildred.

Yr

R. T.

No news fr. Cobo since mid. March. He apparently hasn’t yet got the permit.The identification of Cobo and the reference to the permit is not known.