.1 - Letter to Mrs. F.J. Hutton from P.M. William Lyon Mackenzie King, 1939
.2 - Envelope from Office of the Prime Minister to Mrs. F.J. Hutton
|Year Range from||1939|
|Year Range to||1939|
.1 & .2 Letter and envelope from Prime Minister Wm. Lyon Mckenzie King, 1939.
.1 Letter to Mrs. F.J. Hutton, 105 Hearn Ave., Guelph from Office of the Prime Minister. White Rectangular parchment paper letter with the crest of Canada surrounded by "OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA" in black. The letter is typewritten, but personally signed in black ink by the Prime Minister. The letter expresses the Prime Minister's regret that Mrs. Hutton's health is poor and he wishes her a speedy recovery. He also mentions how her work is invaluable and she will be sorely missed if she cannot return.
.2 Envelope with the crest of Canada on the flap and "PRIME MINISTER" in bottom left corner. Postmarked on front: "Ottawa, Dec.30/ 12.30 A.M. / 1939"
On letter: "DEAR MRS. HUTTON. I HAVE JUST LEARNED OF THE GREAT SUFFERING YOU HAVE BEEN CALLED UPON TO BEAR OF LATE, AND HOPE SINCERELY THAT IT MAY BE POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO SECURE SOME ATTENTION OF THE CONDITION THAT HAS CAUSED IT."
Hutton, Gertrude Cross
King, William Lyon Mackenzie
GOVERNMENT - FEDERAL
POLITICS - LIBERAL
|Dimensions||10.04/8.07/4.33/5.31 in.- Length/Width/Length/Width|