on Mills and Millers Update.
January 23, 2006
Theodore R. Hazen
Pond Lily Mill Restorations
1404 Cedar Lane
Dear Mr. Hazen:
Than you for allowing me to interview you about mills and their
history. I believe that the information that you provided is going
to be very useful. I would like to tank you for putting aside
some time from your busy schedule in order to answer my questions.
I apologize that we could not meet face to face, but you are
on the opposite side of the country from me. I also apologize
that my questions were a bit foolish.
Thanks you again,
Lamont Pultz (signature)
Palmquest Fifth Grade
1999 California Street
Dear Mr. Hazen,
Thank you for helping Lamont with his research. He (and I)
really appreciate the time you gave.
Thank you for the extensive answers to my questions. Your information
was once of the main sources for my report. You made sure that
I understood, and that I received complete answers. You supplied
me with more good information than any of the books that I found.
Because of your good information, I earned an AA, an AA is what
my teacher gives instead of A+'s.
To finish the project, I dressed as a miller and build a shop
in which I gave speeches about the trade of milling to 1st, 2nd,
3rd, and 4th grades at my school, March 3rd. On the opposite page
are picture of my shop.
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