1928/01/19: Clarence E. Godshalk to Joy Morton
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1928/01/19: Clarence E. Godshalk to Joy Morton


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January 19 1928
Letter from Clarence E. Godshalk to Joy Morton. With this mild weather, we have been pruning grapes and in the orchards. Our newly planted trees are mulched well, so the alternate freeze and thaw should not affect them. When we get our next cold wave, we will move the evergreens with a large ball of dirt. Charles Schroeder's car skidded on the slippery road and turned over. No one was hurt. The greenhouse will be filled with many varieties for cut flowers, thanks to Mr. Tromp's expertise. Peter Jargick is not doing any work here, even though you are giving him his house rent, coal, gas, electricity and milk. What do you advise me do about him? I have not sent him to get the mail, wanting to have the least amount of friction here. Burnside seems to have a cold, although not too serious. 
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Morton, Joy (received by)
Tromp, J. S. (is related to)
Schroeder, Charles (received by)
Burnside, Roy (is related to)
Jargick, Peter (is related to)
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