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W9861v TO MATT BROMAN from his associate, T.B. McQuesten
Jan 31 1941
To: Matt Broman, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
From: T.B. McQuesten

[ONTARIO CREST - shield and animals]
C. Ellison Kaumeyer
General Manager

Toronto, January 31, 1941


K.M. Broman, Esq.1,2
Niagara Parks Commission
Niagara Falls, Ontario


Dear Matt:

I have your letter of January 27th with enclosure. I am very much obliged to your for taking the interest you have in this matter and I shall read your report very carefully on my return over the weekend.

Faithfully yours,
T.B. McQuesten


1 Matt Broman 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.

For more information on T.B. McQuesten see his biography.


2 This document was originally numbered 986.1.023 but has been renumbered for cataloguing purposes.




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