June 29, 1936
My dear Bezeau:
I was pleased to receive this morning your kind letter of the 25th of June.
I thank Mrs. Bezeau and the members of your family for joining with you in extending the congratulations it conveys. There is nothing more pleasing than to receive expressions of confidence and good-will from old friends.
It is now a good many years since our friendship was first formed. It is gratifying to know that the flight of time has only served to strengthen its ties.
My best of wishes to all of your family and yourself.
Yours very sincerely,
[signed] W.L. Mackenzie King
C. Mortimer Bezeau, Esq.,
12 Ellen St. East,