145. Telegram From Secretary of State Dulles to the Department of State0
Dulte 9. Eyes Only Acting Secretary for President from Secretary.
Dear Mr. President: We have finished the second day, our labors being interrupted by a very pleasant luncheon given by the King and Queen1 at one of their country places. They both sent their remembrances and best wishes to you. The day was largely spent in further exchanges of views about a possible summit conference, and also with views as to what should be in our final declaration. Plenty of views were expressed but it may take a stroke of genius to make anything coherent out of them.
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I go to dinner now with Ambassador Thompson, who has just gotten here from Moscow bringing the latest tidings. Selwyn Lloyd is joining us for dinner and also Laloy of the French Foreign Office.
Faithfully yours, Foster.