August 28, 1911
Mr. Geo. W. Carver,
My Dear Mr. Carver:--
I am putting up a number of recent pamphlets on weeds which may be of interest to you. Kindly let me know if you have received a copy of my Talk on Weeds.
Cotton family--Homes and haunts--Iowa--DeWitt; Cotton, Della M.; Cotton, Bertha M.
Two women seated beside the back door of their house in DeWitt, Iowa. On the left is Della M. Cotton and on the right is Bertha M. Cotton. They are the daughters of Salem Cotton and his wife Mercy Brown.
Hunter with boy and dog standing outside a thicket. On the left is Wickliffe Cotton, holding a rifle and wearing an ammunition belt. Wickliffewas the cousin of Descartes Pascal and the son of Salem and Mercy Cotton. On the right is Lee Pascal,...
Home of George Wourms Pascal and his wife Talitha Cumi Cotton Pascal, parents of Descartes Pascal. Pascal's boyhood home was located near Grand Mound, Iowa. A man in the foreground of the picture is photographing a young standing child.
Dr. Pammel is lecturing a Botany class studying weeds in the Botany Lab located in the Central Building (Beardshear Hall). Some of the students are using microscopes. Botanical specimens are framed and hanging on the walls.
Dr. J.C. Cunningham, at the desk, is observing a class of all men in the Botany Lab in Central Building (Beardshear Hall). Mr. H.S. Coe, graduate assistant in the Botany Dept., is standing near the back of the room. Some men are sharing a desk and...