1930/03/31: Joy Morton to C. E. Godshalk
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1930/03/31: Joy Morton to C. E. Godshalk


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March 31 1930
Letter from Joy Morton to C.E. Godshalk saying he understands the storm is over, and he hopes they will soon resume planting. He wants all the nut trees they can get. He is glad the Schrader fire caused so little loss. He hopes Godshalk has better luck with the rabbits than others. He sends his regards to Fred Berg; he is not to hesitate to have another operation if the doctor recommends it. Hurley is going to plant a lot of trees; Morton doesn't believe he has the patience to stick to it.
Correspondence
Tree Plantings
Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
Kerth, William L. (is related to)
Berg, Fred, 1859-1930 (is related to)
Hurley, Mr. (is related to)
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