March 6, 1930 – JSA to Mortureux –
My dear Mr. Mortureux:
Many thanks for your trouble in sending me the fur cap which arrived today. While you will not allow me to compensate you for your trouble, I am enclosing a few stamps which I hope you may find a use for.
Also please accept my appreciation for your willingness to make my niece and I members of your organization. I have filled out the enclosed blanks, and if there is anything further for me to do, I shall be happy to hear from you.
Letter enclosed in Package from Canada:
Dear Mr. Apperson:
I am trusting to the mail this day, your fur cap, retrieved from Camp Fortune. Hope it will reach you safely.
Am enclosing two application forms, for yourself & niece. As you have already sent the two dollars, you owe the club nothing.
Have mailed you four days ago a complete set of our circulars. There is no compulsion to read them.
] Cordially yours,
- E. Mortureux
Ottawa Ski Club