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W7411 TO [REV.] CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Emily MacLeod Moore
May 4 1903
To: [Rev.] Calvin McQuesten [Montreal, Quebec]
From: Stanley Flats, Room W, Doon, West, Ontario

My dear Mr. McQuesten,

When I last saw you I quite forgot to ask if you would care for the loan of a few top notch goods, such as a table for writing upon; a chair a small corner washstand and set of bedroom crockery all very plain, and of no such value except as a matter of convenience. The articles which we have here, are very much at your service if required but if not, pray have no hesitation in saying no. I shall understand perfectly.

Yours very sincerely

Emily Macleod Moore1

1 For all other references to Emily Macleod Moore, see her daughter's correspondence, Mary E. MacLeod Moore. W7962, W7411, W7564, W7588, W7611, W-MCP1-3b.019, W8744, and see Box 04-007 for a footnote on Mary E. MacLeod Moore. Mary E. MacLeod Moore was a fellow-journalist with Calvin at the Montreal Herald in 1902.

We have been informed of the mother-daughter relationship by Debbie Culbertson in the History Department at the University of Alberta, who is doing research for a graduate degree thesis on three women journalists, one of whom is Mary E. MacLeod Moore (E-Mail, Sept. 2005).

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