1962/07/02: C. E. Godshalk to Suzette Morton Zurcher
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1962/07/02: C. E. Godshalk to Suzette Morton Zurcher


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July 2 1962
Letter from C. E. Godshalk to Suzette Morton Zurcher stating all of them are anxious to learn about her observations of Russia. He and Margaret just returned from a ten-day stay up north, taking Mary Alice's three younger children with them. During the visit, lightning came in on the telephone of the main cabin and burned out the kitchen and smoked up the entire cabin. Luckily, the fire put itself out. Fortunately, they could stay in their guest cabin until the contractor is able to make repairs. Ed told Godshalk last fall that he could take two months of vacation, and it looks like he'll need to use it this year to get the cabin fixed up. Godshalk updates her on the progress being made on her home and her caretaker's home. He also updates her about the progress being made on his new home. Lowell had a wonderful trip and is anxiously awaiting his slides. Lowell is enthusiastic about adding Mrs. Moulton as a member of the staff. They have been doing mowing, pruning, and general clean up work at the Arboretum. They will work on lowering the hill in front of her place, so she gets a better view of the lake. The also want to get started on the Thornhill parking, do some roadwork, and complete some fencing around the new Slusser land.
Davidson, Suzette Morton (received by)
Godshalk, Margaret (is related to)
Godshalk, Mary Alice (is related to)
Kammerer, E. Lowell (is related to)
Baker Jr., Edward H. (is related to)
Moulton, Mary K. (is related to)
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