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Wyndam Bolling Blanton diary, 4 August-19 September 1915

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some of them seemed sorry also. I remember the Scotch girl, Miss Robb. She came with me into the gardin & her goodbye was very sincere. I didn't understand her exactly. And Miss Davis, & Miss Smith White, and Miss Lammeling of 79 were all extremely cordial. I go my sauf conduit to Bordeaux on the way home at night. packed & went to bed.

Sept 18, 15 Left the house in a taxi at seven for RR station at a little after 8 our train pulled out, we were riding on first class military tickets. It was an extremely hot day and a headache was added to my miseries. About six we reached Bordeaux & were met by Dr Stillman, EU and Andy who came down yesterday from Juilly & go over with us. We made immediately for the boat & found dinner on the point of being served. Our boat is a beauty and our cabin is wonderful just two of us in it. The Espagne has two stacks