Cora W. L. Trippet to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo

Identifier

WWP19626

Description

Cora W. L. Trippet sends Eleanor Wilson McAdoo a condolence telegram following the death of her father, and to inform her that she attended a memorial service for him.

Source

Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Papers, University of California, Santa Barbara

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Subject

Language

English

Text

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM
DA96 74 NL
LOSANGELES CALIF 10

MRS WM GIBBS MCADOO

WASHINGTON DC

MY HEART HAS GONE OUT TO YOU WITH TENDER SYMPATHY AND DEEPEST UNDERSTANDING EVER SINCE YOU STARTED ON YOUR SAD JOURNEY PERIOD I KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SUFFERING AND WISH I MIGHT COMFORT YOU PERIOD ATTENDED TODAY A BEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL SERVICE AT THE BOWL WHERE THOUSANDS PAID TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF THE GREATEST MAN OF THE AGE YOUR FATHER PERIOD MAY GOD BE VERY CLOSE TO YOU AND COMFORT YOUR GRIEF STRICKEN HEART

CORA W L TRIPPET.

Original Format

Letter

Files

D70137.pdf

Tags

Citation

Trippet, Cora W.L., “Cora W. L. Trippet to Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo ,” 1924 February 11 , WWP19626, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Collection at the University of California-Santa Barbara, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.