This letter was written as a result of a meeting that brought to the attention of the Junior Legacy Club that the accounting methods used by Mr Beattie for his services was unsatisfactory. Melbourne Legacy clearly wished that the accounts be quite transparent.
Aaron Beattie was key in the boys classes and annual demonstrations for many years. Walter Pavey served in the Australian Army during WW1 with the 10th Australian Infantry Battalion.
A record that Legacy was determined to make their accounting practices professional and transparent, even as early as 1929.
Foolscap paper letter signed Walter Pavey.
Inscriptions & markings
Legacy Club Melbourne, 540-542 Little Collins St, Melbourne C1. Dated 4th June, 1929. Signed Walter Pavey.