1945/01/16: C. E. Godshalk to Joseph Cudahy and Jean Morton Cudahy
Date createdJanuary 16 1945
DescriptionLetter from C. E. Godshalk to Joseph and Jean Morton Cudahy saying he has been doing the bookkeeping, with Miss Rasch doing any typing involved. He is happy he learned the new bookkeeping system before he passes it over to anyone else. He is hesitant to let Jones do the bookkeeping in addition to his janitorial duties because Jones is slow, can't type, and there are many interruptions during the day which would cause people to have to look for Jones. He proposes Miss Rasch handle the bookkeeping, turning over her work on the bulletin subscriptions to Mrs. Jones. If Jones has extra time, Godshalk suggests he work on labels or in the herbarium, work he could do as time permits. He also updates them on Mrs. Jones health issues.