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1959/09/02: Sterling Morton to C. E. Godshalk


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September 2 1959
Letter from Sterling Morton to C. E. Godshalk saying he is interested in the Floriade to be held in Amsterdam, and he believes that the Arboretum should probably have an exhibit there, going on to describe what that exhibit might contain. Since the Arboretum doesn't have the funds for this project, he would be willing to fund it from his trust or personally if it is a reasonable amount. Morton would like additional information about the exhibit plan and the site in Amsterdam. He believes Godshalk should attend the show as part of his trip to visit European botanic gardens the next year. If Godshalk and/or his wife doesn't have any facility with French or German, he suggests they hire a botanical student who can drive and translate. He might find one through the botanical societies abroad. Mrs. Morton is making very rapid progress, so they may travel to Europe for a short trip in the fall.
Voyages and travels
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Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
Godshalk, Margaret (is related to)
Morton, Preston Owsley (is related to)
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