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1959/05/22: Sterling Morton to Clarence E. Godshalk


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May 22 1959
Letter from Sterling Morton to Clarence E. Godshalk. He will try to read the reports from Mr. Keith and Mr. Longenecker during the week. He is busy with packing and moving from Lake Forest. The locusts in front of the Morton Salt Building have survived the winter in planters and they should establish well for the future. The mice ate the Euonymus vegetus in Lake Forest, but it shows signs of coming back. When Lester comes on June 1 to pick up landscape equipment, Morton will also send the 1917 motion picture projector and scenes from China that he took. He has learned a lot about photography since then, but they show scenes and costumes that have long ago disappeared. He will teach someone how to operate the projector. 
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Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
Longenecker, G. Wm. (is related to)
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