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W-MCP7-1.099 TO THOMAS BAKER MCQUESTEN from C. Ellison Kaumeyer
Nov 17 1946
To: T.B. McQuesten, 69 James Street South, Hamilton, Ontario.
From: C.E. Kaumeyer,

Niagara Falls Bridge Commission

Niagara Falls
U.S.A. - Canada
C. Ellison Kaumeyer
Secretary-Treasurer and General Manager
September 17, 1946

Dear Mr. McQuesten:

Would you kindly have Dr. Leslie [Dr. Norman Leslie] sign the enclosed application for bond in the three positions as indicated by an "X".1

The signature should be witnessed on the first copy where indicated with a red "X".

I enclose addressed, stamped envelope for return of the application.

With kind regards, I remain.
Yours very truly,
C. Ellison Kaumeyer
General Manager

T.B. McQuesten, Esquire, K.C.
69 James Street, South,
Hamilton Ontario

1 This footnote contains a complete chronological list of letters sent by Dr. Leslie Norman to Thomas Baker McQuesten during WW1 many from the trenches in France. Following is a list of some of the letters (in our archive) from Dr. Norman Leslie to his friend Thomas Baker McQuesten about his war service in WWI from 1914 to 1918. The letters begin on the ship going over to England and continue through his service there and as surgeon in France in the trenches, which he describes graphically. For the full chronological list see:
Box 14-018
Box 14-040
W-MCP7-1.099 This letter indicates that Hon. Thomas Baker was arranging for a job for Dr. Norman Leslie at Niagara.

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