I was there somewhat later, at Caselva, from November 1967 to June 1968. I was there again this summer (my first visit in almost twenty years) and was sad to find that Caselva has been torn down, Pro Juventute is being readied for 'development', and not much is left of what we remember -- apart from St Luke's, forlorn relic of the area now hardly remembered as 'the English Quarter'. However, in compensation there are the Davos archives with Timothy Nelson, the archivist, working with the utmost dedication to preserve the records of Davos as a health resort. *So much had changed that I felt grateful to the mountains: they have not altered much, in shape or aspect.Hi Charles.
What year did you go to Davos?. I was their in 1953. for 6 months.