Roosevelt Papers: Telegram

President Roosevelt to Prime Minister Churchill 1


From the President to Colonel Warden, Personal and Secret.

Number 346. Your number 414.2 Wednesday, the First, is all right in every way. If the Subaltern wants to go to Oglethorpe3 it would give her more time in Washington if she were to come down a day or two ahead.

I hope Lady Warden 4 is getting a real rest and that you are too. Also I hope that you have gone to one of the lakes. Be sure to have the big one weighed and verified by Mackenzie.5

  1. Sent to the White House Map Room in Washington as telegram No. Black 14. Delivered to the British Embassy at Washington for transmission to Churchill in Canada.
  2. Supra.
  3. Churchii’s daughter Mary visited the Women’s Army Corps at Oglethorpe, Georgia, August 31–September 2, 1943.
  4. Mrs. Churchill.
  5. Prime Minister Mackenzie King.