Letter from Kuno Meyer to Joseph McGarrity about how the railroad company agreed to pay him $4000 in compensation for his accident, and his loss of interest in politics due to the lack of trustworthy news "but whatever happens is to the advantage of Germany" and how public opinion in Germany, according to his wife, is against peace talks in the belief that Germany is winning, with an enclosed pamphlet [not extant] on Austria-Hungary
1917 March 25.
|Main Creator:||Meyer, Kuno, 1858-1919|
Letter mentions David Lloyd George who is an "old acquaintance" of Kuno Meyer's, and he has "humour enough as a Welshman".
Manuscript in black ink on headed paper: "Arrowhead Springs Hotel / Arrowhead Springs, California".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).