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1954/10/02: Sterling Morton to Clarence E. Godshalk


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October 2 1954
Letter from Sterling Morton to Clarence E. Godshalk. He likes the plan for changes at South Farm. He wants to inspect the residence to determine if it should be torn down. He wonders whether the old greenhouse could be salvaged as an auxiliary to the new greenhouse. Will the demolition yield usable lumber for the alterations in the service section? On Assessment Plat #1 of 34 acres, he feels there are too many lots, and he suggests that 24 lots is a better size, with the fire reservoir in the "park and play area". He is interested to see which lots would be for staff houses and which for labor houses. Further discussions when he returns to Chicago. 
Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
South Farm (is about)
English
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