Dr. L. H. Pammel,
My dear Dr. Pammel--
I wish to thank you for your very kindly expressions regarding Bulletin #16.
With my choicest greetings to all, I am
Very truly yours,
Geo. W. Carver
1348 W. Union St.,
February 28, 1927
Prof. Geo. W. Carver,
Dear Prof. Carver:
I am glad to get your letter. I am afraid it will be impossible on my return trip, to stop with you, as my time is...
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My dear Dr. Pammel:--
Just a few lines of greeting to you. I have recently returned from Cornell Univ. Ithaca New York where I had such a fine time.
I was the guest of the Cosmopolitan Club while there, spoke to them, was also banqueted...
Germination; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
4 / 29 1899
My dear Prof. Pammel,
Hope you are all well and happy. I am as well as usual, I was indeed pained to learn of the death of Robt. Combs.
Do you think my work on the germination of polen grains with drawings would be acceptable to the...
Dyes and dying; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
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My dear Dr. Pammel:
Here are three small samples of what is considered very strange and very remarkable plant products.
All three are essentially the same, and when properly ground and mixed with linseed oil, driers etc. they become an...
666, or, THE ANTI-TRANSCENDENTAL SIGNIFIED Betsy K. Ruppert 51;
A5 Carol M. Berg 12;
ANSWERS TO QUIZ ON LAWN-MOWING SAFETY Ralph 83;
AUTUNNO ANGELO Caniglia da Carlentini 3;
BABIES FROM HEAVEN Eric T. Garner. 63;
BELOT #9 John Anderson...
Tuskegee Institute; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
7 / 15 / 21
My dear Dr. Pammel:
Thank you for your good letter of recent. Also copy from the Pres. of Nat. Educ. Ass.
Thank you very much for your interest our efforts in the matter, we will abide our time for next meeting possibly.
You will be...
Microscope; Mentoring; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
9 / 7 / 1900
Dr. L. H. Pammel,
My Dear Prof. Pammel,
Your very kind letter has just reached me, and in reply will say that you are a much better judge of Cameras than myself, and any good one that will answer the purpose will do, of...
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My beloved teacher, Dr. Pammel:--
I made no effort to keep the tears of joy out of my eyes, when I saw your fine picture, and read the beautiful tribute to your great work in the Aug. Alumnus.
Hundreds of students, north, south, east and...
A Chip Off the Old...Stone Tony Seegers 3;
Oakdale Heaven Greg Lone 14;
Priorities Darla Huck 16;
The First Time Bob Slocum 17;
Fresh Cut Gregg Hodges 28;
Things of Value Cate Sheller 31;
Tear Cherie Garretson 37;
A General's Soldier JAMES T. JONES 1;
The Derelicts DAVID H. LEONARD 8;
Winter Nightfall JAMES WICKLIFF 11;
A Little Bass Fishing TOM CAULFIELD 12;
Old Stoneface . P. J. O'Connell 16;
The Good Ship Decorum JANET STONER 23;
A Child Came Home ELINOR...
A Stranger's Funeral A STORY BY MARSHEL ROSSOW 3;
Snap A STORY BY RICHARD GUTHRIE 6;
For Your Evenings A POEM BY DEAN WOMELDORF 10;
Moth A POEM BY JOSEPH C. DESY 11;
The Peony Sprite A STORY BY VICKI ROUTH 12;
A Song for Margie A STORY BY DENNIS...
A. D. 1941. A Poem Jean Ross 2;
OF LIFE AND DEATH. A Story Clyde Zimmerman 3;
THE FORKED PATH. A Sketch Jean Ross 6;
PEAR TREE IN DECEMBER. A Poem Helen M. Pundt 7;
SOPHISTICATION. A Story Dorothy Anne Roost 8;
WINTER—FOREVER. A Story Frances P....
Alumni Forum 2;
A Time for Decision William R. Merrill 3
A Piece of Yellow Margret Wallace 10;
Purgatory Robert J. Avey 11;
An Old Man's Fancy . Herbert Perluck 12;
Faith Joyce Siegmund 17;
What Goes On 19;
God and Bingo Patrick Minear...
July eleventh, 1923
Mr. Barney Allen,
Dear Mr. Allen:
Professor Carver of Tuskegee, Alabama tells me that he has not received the Bomb nor has Dr. N. E. Hansen of Brookings, S. D. received his copy. You said copies would be sent....
An Old West Recollection ROD DRAKE 4;
Coming Down the Sunset MARIE GRIMMIUS 8;
My House LINDA EDGERTON 9;
Knowledge CYNTHIA JOHNSON 12;
Summer Steel Romance DAVE JOHNSON 14;
Silent Night MARY ELLEN KRACIK 18;
Winter Paradox CORINNE STANLEY...
AND I SHALL LOVE. A Poem Feme Karns 2;
LOVE. A Story Maurice Kirby 3;
HALF-ABANDONED. A Poem Maurice Kirby 6;
RETURN TO ME. A Poem Elizabeth Foster 7;
Box CAR CRASH. A Story Robert Root 8;
THE LADY AUTUMN DOES NOT WEEP. A Poem