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December 7th, 1915

Presidant Holtis Godfrey, Drexel Institute, Philadeiphia. Ky dear President: t have constantly teen thinkins of the merits of your new cataiofue and I em particularly anxious to see iit because we are BERR Gins our can in which 7] wust ‘say we take no ¢raat interest. You assented in 4 vary courteous way to wy condernation of our own calandar and I therefore believe thet you will send us a copy of yours gn which so much pains hava been spent. You will have rendered a érest service to the academic world if you have succeeded in makins calendars readable and iintellisible to the average nerson. YT look back with great pleasure to those two days that 2 spent in Cincinnati, and not the least of my pleasurable wemeries is the opportunity I had of nisasant intercourse with you. In the hope that we way soon te atle to renew it, I am, with king

resarde,

Yours sincerely,

President.

DREXEESINS TU Ge

PHILADELPHIA

THE PRESIDENT

Decemper 10, 1915.

DR. RoseRT A. FALCONER, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO,

TORONTO, CANADA. Vy DEAR DR. FALCONER:

| MUCH REGRET THAT YOU D!D NOT REGEIVE THE CATALOGUE WHICH | SAlp | WOULD SEND YOU. IT WAS DUE PARTLY TO THE FACT THAT | WAS SENDING CATALOGUES OUT TO A WHOLE GROUP AND THE NEW SECRETARY HAD NOT SENT ME THE Lists. WE ARE A LONG WAY FROM HAVING AN IDEAL CALENDAR, BUT WE FEEL THAT WE ARE MAKING CERTAIN ADVANCES, AND BY THE END OF THIS YEAR | SHALL CER~ TAINLY KNOW MORE ABOUT THE WHOLE MATTER.

A NOTE HAS BEEN ON MY DESK EVER SINCE | CAME BACK TO WRITE YOU

ABOUT THE MARCH CELEBRATION, 8UT IN THE MOVEMENT OF THINGS HERE | HAVE

LET ME SAY NOW THAT WE HOPE YOU AND NIRS. FALCONER CAN BE WITH US ON MARCH 15TH, AS OUR SPEAKER AT THE SPRING CELEBRATION. As | ToLD you WHEN WE WERE IN CINCINNATI, THE HONORARIUM FOR THESE OCCASIONS IS FIXED BY AN OLD GUSTOM, WHICH PROVIDES $50. FOR THE SPEAKER AND ALL EXPENSES, NOT ONLY FOR THE SPEAKER BUT FOR THE SPEAKER'S WIFE. We ARE LOOKING FORWARD VERY MUCH TO YOUR BEING WITH US, AND | AM DELIGHTED THAT YOU FELT YOU COULD BE WITH US AT THIS TIME.

WITH KIND REGARDS AND VERYDELIGHTFUL REMEMBRANCES OF THE MEETING IN CINCINNATI.

YOURS VERY SINCERELY,

Decerber 14th, 1915

President Hollis Godfrey, 0D. Sc.!, FOR.G.S.!, Drexel Institute. vy dear President Godfrey:

J‘have your kine letter and also ‘the copy of your Redister. I have net yat ‘had tine to go through jit hut at fiiret sight iit seers to me to be beautifully set forth, aad I shovld think the jinformatiion \is given iin a way that will te essily Srasped. 1 hope to study it more cerefully jin a few days.

It iis extremely kind of you again to ask wre to go down te your March celetration, and particularly that you end ¥ra. Godfrey should ask Mrs. Falconer to So with me, It will be for me a great pleasure to look forwerd ‘to that wisit and IJ will do wy beet to allow nothing to iinterfere with the engagenrent. The 15th of vVarch will suit ss admiratly es far as I can ‘see now,

With kind regards, J am,

Yours ‘sincerely,

President.

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February 4th, 1916

Fresident Godfrey, Drexel ‘Institute,

Phijadeiphia.

‘I wigh to arrange for a meeting of the Aiumni

of the University of Toronto while 'T an in Fhitadelphia and I have been in comwunication with Dr. Thomas NceCrae cf Loe? Spruce Street. Petore they can @ake any definite pians they wish to know when T

Shail be free. Would you be kind encugbh to let me know what

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hours .1 would have free when T am in Philagelonia il expect ‘to address our Aiumni in New York on Wonday evening, the 13th, and probabiy would core to Philadelphia Tuesday evening or Wednesday rorning. Vy arrangéevents, however, wust conform to what you think as vost suitable iin the circurstances and the one inportant condition \is the hour at which 7 bave to give the address at the Drexel ‘Institute.

With kind regards, T am,

Yours sincerely,

president,

February 22nu, 1yis Preaident Follia Godfrey, Orerel Tnatitute, Fiiiadelopia, Fae

Vy dear Pprasident:

Ybile I was away in Ottawa last week Wrs. Falconer

?

Jot your telegram and answered it. Wre. Godfrey wiil also have

received Vrs. Faiconer's ietter, se owe you an apos.ogy for delay in

anawering, out IT think that Wra. falconer made the apoiogy and endea-

voured to jJustvity ber seeming Jiscourtesy. Se are io00kind forward

to arriving in Philageivbia on Tuesday afternoon at about five o

frog New York.

Dr. Thomas NoCrae bas asked we whether I could our graduates at his house on Wednesday afternoon, ‘Tt have toid that T thought IT snould ve free teagpeeerat about four o'clock.

T hope wiil not interfere with any plans that you may have,

Telock

Se anticipate our visit with great cleasure and with

kind redards to Vrs. Godfrey and yourself, T ag,

Yours sincerely,

February 26th, 1416

Dr. Holiis Godfrey,

President, Drexel Institute,

Dear. Dr. Goafrey:

Your Secretary haa been good enough to send me tne outline of your Olaos for the sorin’g celebration. They are very e1aborate and are another eviieance of vhe grsav kininess that you are proposing to show Nra. Faiconer ung ne while we are. in rhiiadelpbia, Tt could pot

© think of anything that coulg give US #reater pieasure than

whe arrangerents that you have raae 4y Change iis that Dr. McCrae writes to re that

u

Ming with the Toronto praduates at His house

eitn very qany thanks, I am,

ae Lal ~~. * amy vs Yn : fours SLVDCSTEs ¥

Narch 4th,

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T ag wondering whether

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gart for the address on Nednesday worbing.

aith kind regards, T am,

Yours sincerely,