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W9861j TO MATT BROMAN from his associate T.B. McQuesten
Feb 3 1937
To: Matt Broman Matthew Broman, Esq. Niagara Falls Ontrario
From: T.B. McQuesten

[ONTARIO CREST - shield and animals]
ONTARIO

C. Ellison Kaumeyer
General Manager
Toronto , February 3rd,1937.


Matthew Broman, Esq.,1,2
The Niagara Parks Commission,
Niagara Falls, Ontario.


Dear Mr. Broman,

I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of February 2nd, enclosing list of trees which you have ordered from the Provinical Forester at St. Williams.

Yours truly,
T.B. McQuesten 3

Chairman.


1 Matt Broman and Ellison Kaumeyer worked very closely with Thomas B. McQuesten on many of his projects in Hamilton and in Niagara. There is a plaque commemorating Matt Broman's work at the RBG near the Thomas B. McQuesten High Level Bridge. There is also a small lookout park named after him on the brow overlooking King's Forest Park in Hamilton. The series of letters beginning with "986" are all Broman's.


2 This document was originally numbered 986.1.010 but has been renumbered for cataloguing purposes.


3 For more on Thomas B. McQuesten, see his biography.




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