Letter, 8.7.1925, from Beate Konow Søeberg

Object reference: RA 318B29

Type: Letter

Sender / Author: Beate Konow Søeberg

Recipient: Roald Amundsen

Date: 8.7.1925

Language: Norwegian

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English translation

8.7.25

Mr Roald Amundsen

H. M. The Queen would very much like you to once more write down your name and those of your companions – Lieutenants Riiser Larsen,

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Dietrichson, Omdal and Mr Ellsworth, which she does not have. Likewise, put the date for the start, aircraft, and the day you returned.

              I hope that you will now have a good rest period out at Svartskog after your hard & tiring trip. It’s the least you

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deserve!

My warmest greetings are sent to you from your devotee

Beate Konow Søeberg

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