Helen Gilbert Slingluff wrote only one book, a memoir of her many visits to Europe to see her friend, the American born Countess Heussenstamm. In To Memory Dear: An Austrian Interlude, Slingluff writes of many places she visited in the 1930s. Although she was in Vienna when Chancellor Dollfuss was assassinated and in Munich during the international conference in 1938, she is oddly unaware of the political issues of the day and spends much of the book musing on the difficulties of traveling in a continent about to go to war.

Lot B-233-234