Comments from Winifred Van Etten 2;
Last Deadline Robert Crossley 3;
Wind Wolves Clyde Wilson 6;
Hermann and Oscar Joe Dain 7;
Meegel and Nanonne Robert Wallace 9;
Interlude Margaret Himmel 10;
Favorite Ghosts Jean Austin 12;
The Trapper Arnold...
The Use of a 38 KARL SCHILLING 3;
Genesis on Ice A POEM BY CRAIG PARSONS 19;
First Love CHERYL HANSON 24;
Dawn A POEM BY JOHN D. GRAHAM 28;
Grace JOHN PEHRSON 29;
Haiku GARY HATCHER 35;
Burial Mounds A POEM BY GARY ZMOLEK 36;
Harriet's Closet SANDY...
August twenty-eighth, 1919
Mr. G. W. Carver,
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.,
Dear Professor Carver:--
Your letter of July twenty-third reached me while I was away. I am glad to hear from you. I shall be glad to receive the southern collection of fungi....
The Pammel family are posing for a photograph in front of their home on Duff Ave. in Ames, Iowa. Standing left to right: Doris M. Pammel, Lois H. Pammel, Violet E. Pammel, Mrs. Pammel, Dr. Pammel, Edna C. Pammel, Harriet M. Pammel, Harold E. Pammel
Miss Harriet Kellogg (left), curator of the Herbarium and Botanical Library and Miss Charlotte M. King (center), Assistant Professor, Artist, and Seed Analyst are working in this office. The men are not identified.
Billerica Improvement Association, lecture word slide #3: ""The Harriet B. Rogers' Beech in summer and winter. This tree has been deeded to our Improvement Association to stand a a permanent memorial.""