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1959/08/06: Robert A. Ward to Sterling Morton


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August 6 1959
Letter from Robert A. Ward to Sterling Morton. Enclosed are estimates of work to be done. Mr. Godshalk feels that double doors would be safer than a revolving door, and it would be less expensive. Mr. Schwab states that it would be better to remove the stucco rather than try to repair the cracks. For the terrace at Thornhill, he states that the change in grade is too slight to add wood tread steps. He feels granite would be more satisfactory. He will send the tracing of the two rooms, sketches of the gloriette and a print of the proposed terrace. Please submit an alternate address to send them while they are traveling. 
Morton, Sterling (received by)
Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
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