Conveying sympathy

Conveying sympathy

A letter written to R.S. Latta, Greymouth-based agent for the Government Life Insurance Department, by A.T. Traversi, actuary to the National Provident and Friendly Societies Department, in October 1916, shortly after he learnt of the death of the department’s employee (Robert) Frank Weenink. Traversi asks Latta to pass on his ‘personal sympathy’ to Weenink’s family, who live in Greymouth.

See a condolence letter relating to the death of Frank Weenink. 

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