1948/03/03: C. E. Godshalk to Jean Morton Cudahy
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1948/03/03: C. E. Godshalk to Jean Morton Cudahy


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March 3 1948
Letter from C. E. Godshalk to Jean Morton Cudahy saying March has come in like a lion with seven inches of snow. The construction of the Thornhill Building restrooms will be delayed until better weather. Loehman is finished with the hog house and is preparing to plaster the bird room. He asks for clarification on how Palm's will be paid for the work at Thornhill. With regard to the Henderson case, Sterling Morton wrote to Godshalk asking him to contact Mr. Baker to see if Arboretum funds may be used to help in the Henderson case. Even with the heavy snow Monday night, they still had heavy class attendance. Practically all the models are complete, and they will invite people from other classes to come in and examine the models. All the classes will assemble at 9:00 to have a question and answer period. He updates her on the hog operation. They plan to give two pigs to Wayne Hoepner to raise for 4-H. He saw Mark Morton and he seems to be in good spirits. Mrs. Watts feels the Arboretum's education work is far superior to any she saw on her trip. Life Magazine is only interested in the landscape class if they could have before pictures, pictures of the models, and after pictures of the gardens which Godshalk believes will be impractical. He is glad Mrs. Cudahy is coming home early in April to enjoy the spring bloom.
Cudahy, Jean Morton (received by)
Loehman, Frank (is related to)
Palm and Palm (is related to)
Hill, C.E. (is related to)
Morton, Sterling (is related to)
Baker Jr., Edward H. (is related to)
Henderson, Mr. (is related to)
Hoepner, Wayne (is related to)
Morton, Mark (is related to)
Watts, May Theilgaard (is related to)
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