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W9865h TO MATT BROMAN from his associate, T.B. McQuesten.
Oct 23 1944
To: Matt Broman, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
From: T.B. McQuesten.

Chisholm, McQuesten & Welby

69 James St. South
Hamilton, Can
October 23rd, 1944.

Mr. K.M. Broman1
Training School for Apprentice Gardeners,
Niagara Parks Commission,
Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Dear Matt:-

Thank you for your kind letter of October 20th. I shall be glad to meet you at 2.30 P.M. on Wednesday, November 1st at this office, or perhaps, it would be better if you would call at my house as I might be caught here.

Faithfully yours,
T.B. McQuesten2

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 the Broman letters. This document was originally numbered 986.1.100 but has been renumbered for cataloguing purposes.

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

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