Monday 18. [Sept. 1950]
One more lap on the way back. I shall be here till Thursday evening, boarding the C.P.R. for Toronto getting in on Sat. morning.
The Birneys were delighted with your mother's bowl, so distinctive and un-reproducible. I have some shells in my pocket which she and Earle picked up on the Pacific shore.
Yesterday at Regina I spent most of the afternoon with Pop and Lincoln Weaver, going over the family or clan album no less than one hundred photos individual and composite. I appeared among them decades and decades ago, almost indistinguishable so much so that I had to take Pop's word for it. I looked like a springer spaniel in fact I had to look twice to make sure it wasn't Jack Myles of unfortunate memory dressed up in shorts.
Today I shall call on Carleton Stanley and Bill Graham besides making appointments with C.P.R. officials.
I feel like a fossil, but in good condition.
Mother's bowl Jack Myles Carleton Stanley
Jack Myles Carleton Stanley