Angus McLean to Cary T. Grayson





Cary T. Grayson Papers, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, Staunton, Virginia


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I am now home and in the greatest and best Country of the Universe, the United States, and the people are still with the nation. Our state over-subscribed it’s quoto in six hours, hyesterday morning, for the Liberty Loan. We were proportioned fifty five million and raised seventy million.

The report is here, “that Col. House, will be the new Roosevelt of America”, if the peace is signed. Col. Harris, and myself have not forgotten the Medical situation, and will bear it in mind.

I want to thank you again for the wonderful trip we had home on the Washington and the visit in Boston and Washington. It was the treat of my life and something I will never forget. I feel greatly indebted to you personally, for this and I want to extend to you my sincere thanks.

I heard from Allan yesterday, and see that the great Committee is still grinding the Political future of Europe into a power, that will sprinkle over all nations, starting them on the spicy road to a long happiness and peace.

Our whole Unit is now home: that is the Officers and men. I trust you may be able to travel back to the United States soon, but not too soon, until the great peace is signed.

With best regards to the great Presidential party and the great Peace Commission, I remain,

Very truly yours

Angus McLean


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MacLean, Angus, “Angus McLean to Cary T. Grayson,” 1919 April 24, WWP15735, Cary T. Grayson Papers, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.