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Godshalk, Clarence E.

1952/03/18: Clarence E. Godshalk to Jean M. Cudahy


Identifier
3.85977
Format
Typescripts 
Digitization Status
Digitized
Reproduction:
Original
Dimensions
(Item)
Extent
2 sheets
Type
Document
Date created
March 18 1952
Description
Letter from Clarence E. Godshalk to Jean M. Cudahy. The Jones family are pleased with the move to the Johnson House. Play yard fencing will be put up next week. There could be other uses for the previous Jones house, instead of tearing it down. Spring weather is bringing good crowds viewing the exhibits. They are spreading limestone and fertilizer, but it's too early to begin planting. Geese are flying north. Bob Banghart read that radio beams which guide airliners interrupt the flight formations of geese. He saw a flock suddenly get out of formation, but then they regrouped. Lowell is in Mississippi and Louisiana viewing azalea blooms. Mrs. Watts is going to Denver and taking slides with her of some rare books. Mr. Miskelly will call her when he returns to Florida.