1932/12/15: C. E. Godshalk to Joy Morton
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1932/12/15: C. E. Godshalk to Joy Morton


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December 15 1932
Letter from C.E. Godshalk to Joy Morton enclosing a copy of a letter received from Mr. Stout. They started moving evergreens to the triangle near the new bridge. As long as the weather remains cold, he can manage with a crew of 12 men. They expect to soon begin cutting the ice on Lake Marmo which is seven inches thick. He asks Morton if he has any objection to Godshalk taking his family on their usual holiday vacation.
The attached letter (dated 12/12/1932) says the area of the satin moth quarantine in Maine has been extended to include the nursery of the Oxford Paper Company, so they will probably not be able to ship the cuttings this year.
Morton, Joy (received by)
Stout, A. B. (is related to)
Van Gemert, John (is related to)
Kammerer, E. Lowell (is related to)
Hovey, Mr. (is related to)
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