General correspondence, April 25-30, Saint Pnul, Innesot.a, Jpril 2b, 1~2;}. r . ~. G. Dorety:-21oaBo

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Text of General correspondence, April 25-30, Saint Pnul, Innesot.a, Jpril 2b, 1~2;}. r . ~. G....

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    .v ...... ~.~IDL REGARDING POSI'rION SE

    AT GLAe IBR P .ARK.

    Salary .75. per month

    Undarstanding is that nurse does not

    Applioant would be obliged to pay ra11roa tare but can be furnished round trip ticket St. Paul to Glac1er Park and return ~t oost ot 033.00, which amount may be repaid to the hotel company during the summer.

    Applic~nt must ~lao pay one dollar per day tor board.

    Sleop1n~ aocommodations are furnislled in the dispelliiary, as provided in oontract with doctors.

    • H W K - 4-26-29

  • Saint Pnul , Innesot.a , Jpril 2b , 1~2;} .

    r . ~ . G. Dorety: -

    21oaBo note thu g.ttached correspondence

    about taxes un hotel compa.ny property in Glacier

    National Park and Yellowst.one National Park .

    pparently , Yellowstone Purk , for thfl

    reuaonu outlined in the correspondence , cannot be

    tc..xed by either' yoming or ontana C4uthoritiea . The

    differcnce bot"e~n their sltuution und thu.t of Glacier

    urk 1s alac explained . However, I would like to usk

    about Intional .• ,oores\. Rcuervations: ccrtlt1nly lund in

    :rlltionul Forest Reservations do not pl.l.y any taxes t.o

    a.ny County 1n Montnna , nnd it our Bolton buildings are

    on llat.i()ntl.l .~oreut fleaerva.tion land , cul(i we puy taxeo

    on thol1e buildings? I an not clcar whl.::tht:;r we O\ln tne

    lCllld . '';h~y are on Ol." whe t.her "e leaue 1 t •

    Louis VI . lUll

  • St. Paul. April 2S. 1929.

    Mr. L. W. Hill,

    Chairman of the Board.

    Dear Sir:

    I return correspondence enclosed with your letter of April 25th about taxes on Glacier park property. Mr. Nichols is correct in his statement about the dif- ference between Glacier park and Yellowstone park. When Montana ceded Glacier Park to the United States, she reserved the power of taxing property in the Park. and this exception was recognized by the United States. However, I hav some question whether this reservation is constitutional: I have had this question under in- vestigation for some little time and hope to reach a conclusion shortly. Only about. $7000 of our yearly taxes are assessed against hotels and chalets that are actually located within the park boundary, the balance being upon the buildings at the main entrance and at Belton.

    The Belton buildings are located upon property which was patented to us under a Special Act of Congress and they are. therefore, ~ot located upon the National Forest Reserve. I do not think that there is any way to esoape taxes on thes~ buildings.

    FGDlc

  • Monroe Wash. April 29th 1929.

    Mr. L. W. Hill,

    st Paul Minn.

    Dear Sir: ... --

    I have yours of April 23rd,. re peonies and the places

    you suggest planting , them are very good we will prepare the ground

    for them ,immediately.

    On the golf course we have a number of places where they will show up

    good, am leaving for the east tomorrow and will stop off at the Park

    I understand everything there has came through ~he winter fine, I

    hope this is particularly true of our perennials. >

    Yours Truly,

  • CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED

    DOMESTIC CABLE

    TELEGRAM" FULL RATE

    DAY LETTER pEFERRED

    NIGHT CABLE MESSAGE LETTER

    NIGHT WEEK END LETTER LETTER

    Patrons Bbooideheekelaaaof Bel'Vice desired; otherwise message will be

    transmitted. as a full-rate communication.

    W STER UNION

    NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENT~ J. C. WILLIEYER. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT

    Form 1206A

    NO. CASH OR CHQ;

    CHECK

    TIME FILED

    Saint Puul, .l il1l1esot~, J or1l ' 2~, 1929

    Dr. W. o. Conway,

    (b.list;)ell . Hontana.

    i ·ss jagneu 1 u1e of 1.r11l0Ul" li,nu Company

    Sou.th &uint · .t>Hul ill be g.Lad accept posi 1'.ion truined nurse at :.::.t.:

    Levris Hotel l{1ndly

    been acceptt:d

    Charge L f Hill IlG'l G 11 Ry Bldg Bt Paul Hinn

    will know a})plicLtion has

    Louis • Hill

  • GREA ~RTHERN RAILWAY COM EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

    LOUIS W. HILL. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

    ST. PAUL. MINN .. April 30, 1929

    Mr. George W. Dishmaker, Supervisor of Parks,

    Monroe, Washington.

    Dear Mr. Disbmaker:-

    I have just wired you as follows:

    "MY letter twenty third. Shipment one thousand peony plants in seven barrels starts for Glacier Park train three from here tonight. Please advise when received andplanted.-

    This lot of peonies compr.ises the follow-

    ing varieties:

    135 - Mme. Chaumy 125 - Fragrans 100 - Ella Adams 100 - Lady Gwendolin Cecil 100 - Empress 100 - Duke of Cambridge

    40 - Mirielle 50 - Delicata

    100 - Golden Harvest 150 - Assorted (Above and other varieties)

    1,000

    They are divided and labelled as to

    varieties and color.

    "' lY'J4w \ '(1

    )

  • Saint Paul, Mimle8ota, April 30, 1929

    • A. L. Aldrich:

    As per DIY' telephone u:nce, • Hill haa arranged

    with the iller Seed Company, 170 East Tenth street , Saint Paul. ,

    to ship 8nen barrels ot peoll7 roots to Glacier Fark.

    In order" to not over-tax the baggage car on train three

    it Will be all right to make three shipments ot these roots.

    Will you kindly arrange for the truc ~ to call for same?

    c. O. jen s.

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  • FORM 1153A '"7 NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY

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    GeorGH • D~. ohrlukcr. :onl~OO . .. ushlneton . ,

    .~y le~'" (.;4, t'vonty thi:':l ~;ldp!:lcHt, OfJ(o tho W' d for Glacier Park

    peony lJ1u.. ~'J in 13Gvc:n burrols a:t;' l't!ltrkill tu:co l'l'O_l h ,re

    tonic) t

    Louie t . iJ.l

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