[The letter refers to the Germans crossing the Rhine. The Rhine was crossed on March 19, 1945, so this letter must be written after that date. The Sunday after the crossing is March 25, 1945. He also refers to letters written from AHP and there is a letter dated 03/21/45]
[on The Biltmore, New York letterhead]
[March 25, 1945]
I received your letters - I'm glad you are well and not worried.
Isn't the news about the great Rhine crossing fine? I think that this is the end for Germany, and that we shall be out of the devastating war soon.
Our committee meetings are over - there were many problems. We are going to have to meet again on June 9 + 10 to discuss postwar fellowship applications.
Moe's "President's Committee" has done a fine job - better than our Medical group, which hasn't tackled the problem right. I think that I shall write a report for our committee, and offer it as an alternative to the present draft, which was written mainly at the Chicago meeting, which I missed.
The paper says that Jolo died in London after breaking a leg.
I have been asked to make a 3-week trip to a confidential place. I'm afraid I can't take the chance to my health involved [large piece torn off of paper, ends of sentences cannot be read]
I must go now to my train. [rest of sentence torn off]