47 Glencairn Ave
June 6, 1955
My dear Henry:
It was a delight to have a chat with you the other evening and reminisce about old times at Queen's. I miss those summer sojourns in Kingston very much, especially my old friends and my favourite golf course. But it was very pleasant to relive some of the old times in conversation. I was sorry we could not have got together again. Perhaps I'll pay a visit to the old town during the summer.
The Learned meetings seem to have gone very well. I only attended a few found it too tiring to sit through a lot of long-winded dissertations. But I enjoyed meeting and chatting with some of the chaps I hadn't seen in months, in some cases years.
All the very best to you.