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1922/01/26: Sterling Morton to Joy Morton


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January 26 1922
Letter from Sterling Morton to Joy Morton. He updates his father on equipment at the Morrison Hotel, Check Endorsers, and teletype machines. Joe Cudahy purchased the MacVeagh House and will convert it to 15 room apartments, with tenants to include Laurence Armour and John G. Shedd. The Delano House was sold to a Swedish Lutheran Society. He suggests John Root of Holabird & Roche as the architect for arboretum work. The buildings should be permanent, not wood frame. He and Mr. Simonds will meet with Root. 
Morton, Joy (received by)
Cudahy, Joseph M. (is related to)
Armour, Laurence H. (is related to)
Shedd, John G. (is related to)
Simonds, O. C. (is related to)
Root, John Wellborn, Jr. (is related to)
Holabird, John A. (is related to)
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