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Morton, Sterling

1959/09/16: Sterling Morton to C. E. Godshalk


Identifier
3.105069
Format
Typescripts 
Digitization Status
Digitized
Reproduction:
Original
Dimensions
(Item)
Extent
2 sheets
Type
Document
Date created
September 16 1959
Description
Letter from Sterling Morton to C. E. Godshalk stating he doesn't like the new sketch for the proposed architectural feature at the end of the hedge garden vista any more than he did the first one. He believes they need a fairly heavy and massive structure; he would be in favor of putting a fence around it. He will try to get his ideas across to the architect. He asks Godshalk if he knows of a chemical that can be put in small holes in stumps that would rot them. He wrote Mrs. Zurcher about the work he has authorized at Thornhill; he hopes Carroll will get going on it immediately. He thinks the doors will take more designing.
Subject - keywords and LC headings
Construction
Correspondence
Hedge Collection
Related Entities
Godshalk, Clarence E. (received by)
Holabird & Root (is related to)
Bartsch, Mr. (is related to)
Davidson, Suzette Morton (is related to)
Carroll Construction Co. (is related to)
Language
English