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W-MCP7-1.135 TO THOMAS BAKER MCQUESTEN from Lockport Exchange president Samuel Johnson
Sep 10 1947
To: T.B. McQuesten, 69 James Street South, Hamilton, Ontario
From: George Rayner.

Lockport Exchange Trust Company

Lockport, New York

Samuel M. Johnson

September 10, 1947

Hon. T. B. McQuesten
69 James Street, South
Hamilton, Ontario

Dear Mr. McQuesten

Last Friday I was at Niagara Falls and then Mrs. Johnson and I spent the week end at the Club at Port Credit.

I tried to reach you by telephone at your residence, intending to drive back by way of Hamilton to say "hello." There was no answer, so I assumed that you were out for the day.

This is just a note to let you know that I am delighted with your recovery and hope to see you soon.1

Sincerely Yours

1 Thomas Baker McQuesten died on January 13, 1948 after a long illness and hospitalization.

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