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Godshalk, Clarence E.

1951/01/13: C. E. Godshalk to Jean Morton Cudahy


Identifier
3.85950
Format
Typescripts
Digitization Status
Digitized
Reproduction:
Original
Dimensions
(Item)
Extent
2 sheets
Type
Document
Date created
January 13 1951
Description
Letter from C. E. Godshalk to Jean Morton Cudahy saying he visited Mark Morton yesterday, and he was much improved. Morton ate a hardy meal, and then smoked his pipe, even blowing smoke rings. Godshalk brought a projector to show slides, and Morton enjoyed the show. Morton asked if Godshalk would bring the projector again some time soon. With Mrs. Perrott, the afternoon nurse, and the night nurse, he is getting on very well. The Monday night classes are exceptionally well attended, and some Downers Grove residents, who received their notices late, would like to enroll in the classes. Jake Mey passed away. They have started work on the basement room at Thornhill; it is ready for plastering. Mr. Nordine thinks that the winter honeysuckle has been damaged by the 30 degree below freeze. They will soon try to force it and the forsythia, so they will better know how much damage has been suffered by the more tender plants.