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Diary entry by Gertrude Bell

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GB/2/7/4/6/11
Creator
Gertrude Bell
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1 entry, paper
Language
English
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Tues 15. [15 July 1902] Went down to Meiringen and lunched and
then drove up to Grimsel - 12.30-1.30 and it cost about £1. Lovely
gorgeous hot weather, but the drive was a little long. We telegraphed
to Alexander and Heinrich II to join us. I was made welcome by Frau
Liesegang - he was in bed with a broken leg. In the evening talked to
Dr Wilson, Mr Wicks and Mr Brady [see also Bradley] who were there
with Kobler[?], Emile Rey and Hans Almer. Delicious place the
Grimsel.

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