May 7, 1929 – G. C. Embody to Roy Mount

  • May 7, 1929 – G. C. Embody Professor of Agriculture, Cornell to Roy Mount-

Dear Mr. Mount:

The earliest date that I could look into the matter of the proposed rearing station near Albany would be between May 23 and 26th. However, if I knew it far enough in advance, any Saturday and Sunday thereafter could be set aside for the purpose.

The charges would be $25 per day plus travel expenses.

June would be a much better month than May because n the latter case high water and low temperatures might obscure the true conditions. I assume that it is a trout rearing station that your friends have in mind?

Very sincerely yours,

G.. C. Embody

Professor of Agriculture