Recollections of My Life and Reflections on Times and Events During It: A Memoir by Father W. J. Howlett

Visits the Extension Society's office in Chicago

"Before leaving Denver in 1913, Bishop Matz told me that I should return perhaps the next year, to build a chapel in Estes Park for the accommodation of tourists, and that a Mr. Carry of Chicago had offered to assist to the extent of $500. through the Extension Society. When 1914 came, Mr. Carry’s donation had been diverted to Meridian, Mississippi, but later he might help the Estes Park project; so in 1915 I called at the office of the Extension Society in Chicago, stating that I was on my way to build the chapel; but I got no encouragement there, they having lost all recollection of Mr. Carry’s promise."

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