A letter asking Hugh to detail the quantity of pork and flour that would be needed for the season and business with Hugh McLachlin stating that the Hugh was not to use any of the flour sent up. McLachlin concluded the letter with an update on Burwash's health, which is no better, and that the doctor said he could not live long.
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1. Pages 19-22, Advertising supplement of the Ottawa Business Journal, October 4, 1999. Photo of Kenwood Mills, 1918. B.A.S.F. Plant (formerly Union Carbide), staff photos. Founder: (in the early 1900s) carpenter Maurice Sullivan of Campbell’s Bay, Quebec. He worked for McLachlin. M. Sullivan & Son Limited. Woodlawn Anglican Church. Sullivan Holdings Limited. Built the Arnprior Public School (Central School, 1925, later called Walter Zadow Public School), the CPR Station in Carleton Place, Victoria Hospital in Renfrew, etc. John Kuash. Hugh McMaster. Ian McMaster.
2. Clipping of article from Ottawa Citizen, Dec. 27, 1987, re a Cold War fallout shelter on Lake Street in Arnprior built by Maurice Sullivan (Mort Sullivan).
3. Copy of obituary published in the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide March 6, 2007 of Maurice (Mort) Sullivan.