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LAURIER HOUSE, OTTAWA [crossed out] Kingsmere Sept 8. 1937

My dear "JB", I did so greatly enjoy our talk together on Monday afternoon and am delighted to have had it continued in the reading of "Down North". [JAS - Tweedsmuir Report] I am sorry this delta of the Mackenzie [underlined] should be the forbidding place it is. A river of that name ought to have provided something better than "one

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this article copied and distributed - that is unless you have something else in the way of publication in mind. We should all know more - and all there is to be known - of our own country.

I am enclosing one of his letters I have thought you might like to see. I can get them when I come to Government House tomorrow evening.

Meanwhile warmest thanks Yours sincerely, Rex [Mackenzie King]

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vast quagmire" as a last remembrance. Your observations will be of real value to the government, and I am glad you are going to allow Crerar to see the m.s.s. on his return. If the department might be allowed to copy part of it, for purposes of permanent reference, I think that would be much appreciated. I feel it would be of advantage to all the ministers to read what you have written, and if you had an objection it might be arranged to have

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