Oppenheimer, Rhea, 1894-
Rhea offers her condolences and support to Martha regarding the loss of her husband. She confesses that she is very much in love with Clinton but has been afraid to write to her in case she did not yet know of their intended marriage. Rhea calls the two of them "life-long lovers" and writes that the war has only made them realize even more how much they love each other. Their difference in creed will not be an issue, as her parents already approve of Clinton. She thinks that Martha is very strong to have endured what she has, and reiterates what Clinton wrote to her about how much he loves his parents and can never repay his debt to them.