1928/02/16: Clarence E. Godshalk to Joy Morton
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1928/02/16: Clarence E. Godshalk to Joy Morton


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February 16 1928
Letter from Clarence E. Godshalk to Joy Morton. The new potting shed is under construction. Tromp, the new gardener, says that he'll be able to grow "so many flowers that we'll be sick of them." The two old sheds were torn down, and some materials could be reused in the new shed. He wants to stucco it consistent with the other buildings along that road. The weather has been unseasonably warm. He's concerned if the weather turns very cold again. Van Gemert cut some forsythia branches and they are in full bloom in the greenhouse.  He will send photos of them. He took the Dodge to Dicke Motors in Downers Grove. They took apart the motor and showed him where parts were poorly installed by Peter.  He would like permission to take the Pierce and the LIncoln in for repairs also, and not let Peter do any more maintenance on any of them.  Burnsides' nurse has left and he is doing very well. Van Oven stopped by for a visit. He is enclosing Teuscher's latest report. 
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Morton, Joy (received by)
Teuscher, Henry (is related to)
Tromp, J. S. (is related to)
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