|Letter from Lyra Conrow to Robert and Lilly Bellamy|
|Letters - Hargrove Bellamy Correspondence|
|Monday, 11 November 1918 00:00|
Dear Mr. Mrs. Bellamy,
It has been a very real privilege to have been able to send you a telegram to tell you that Hargrove has been located.
The cable has just come and the office force has gone, but I just could not wait until tomorrow to dictate a proper office letter, so I enclose it, you won't mind — I know.
We believe him to be well and unwounded because the cable did not advise us otherwise and he has not been sent to one of the camps where the wounded prisoners are sent.
In view of the wonderful news, I feel that before long he will be back with you.
Mr. Abbott will do anything that he can for you I am sure and the enclosed slip will help. If I could only find my other boys!
With warm congratulations and [illegible] good wishes for you and for Hargrove
Lyra B. Conrow