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W8096 A LETTER FROM THE ASSISTANT PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE: Requiring more information about the Hamilton Bird Protection Society.
Nov 22 1935
To: The Hamilton Bird Protection Society, c/o J.H. Williams, Esq., 129 Grosvenor St. South, Hamilton Ontario
From: Assistant Provincial Secretary Toronto Ontario

Assistant Provincial Secretary
Toronto, November 7, 1935.

We are returning the Summary as of May 1, 1935, as all the questions have not been fully answered.

Please complete and return the form as soon as possible.

Kindly fill in the address of the Head Office of the Corporation, showing the name of the town or city, also fill in the name of the town or city in which the officers and directors reside.

The name of the Corporation should be preceded by the word "The" in the affidavit.

Chief Clerk
F.A. Hicks

The Hamilton Bird Protection Society,
c/o J.H. Williams, Esq.,
129 Grosvenor St. South,
Hamilton, Ont.

1 For more information on the Hamilton Bird Protection Society and Rev. Calvin McQuesten's participation in it, see the following documents as well: W8084, W8093, W8094

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