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Letter from Anson Campbell of Fidelity and Casualty Co. to James Goldie, May 8, 1909 Campbell, Anson H. May 8, 1909

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 GEO. F. SEWARD, Prest. ROBT.J. HILLAS, Vice Pres.-Secy
HENRY CROSS LEY, Ass'l- Secy FRANK   E. LAW, 2nd AsstSecy. GEO. W. ALLEN, 3rd Ass'K Secy
ANSON   H.  CAMPBELL
SPECIAL AGENT q /»
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M&-    May 8th. 1909,
James Goldie, Esc.,
Penticton, S. G.
Dear Jim:
I was very much pleased indeed to receive your
letter dated the 18th, ult. with photo,  Ho doubt the picture
is a good one of you, but so small that it is almost import
to recognize your features.  The "bungalow is a little
and the only suggestion that I oould make i&  to see a / . !;lc
Mrs. "Jim" on the verandah to complete the picture.
Regarding your insurance policy I am glad you
have written me, because certainly you are not now a com*
mercial traveler and your policy will have to be amended to
read correctly and for this purpose, I am sending you a new
application form, which I would thank you to fill out and
return to me, being particular to answer quest ions' 6. & H*
explicitly, as the rates, as you know, for accident and sic
ness insurance, are based on a man's occupation.  You have
omitted to tell me in your letter what sort of work you are
now doing, and it is therefore impossible for me  to advise
you in the matter.  Although a change of occupation woul
void the policy it is better to have a clear u
anc    :r> pol ' d.  If ,:-;0l „ G. -2-
traveler and meet with an accident, your claim would necessarily have to be pro rated.
How about the Cambridge Society, I have
not as yet had an opportunity of learning anything about this
investment but will make a few quiet enquiries and write you
in due course.  Your friend Mr. Stanley has been sick, and
recuperated at some health resort in the States, but I understand he has returned to town and I will therefore endeavour
to learn something from that source.
I am sorry you did not see my brother
the Doctor when in Vancouver, but should you find yourself
anywhere near there this summer be sure and look him up,
because my  father, mother and sister Amelia are spending the
summer with him and who I am sure will be delighted to see
you.  When in Vancouver, ring up the Doctor's home and ask
for the old gentleman.  He will be tickled to pieces.
With very kindest regards, and hoping to
hear from you soon regarding your present occupation, I remain
Sincerely yours,
i	
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