March 5, 1924
Dr. L. H. Pammel
Gulf Port, Miss.
My dear Dr. Pammel:
How delighted I was to get your good letter of yesterday. I am pleased to know that you got a copy of the Atlanta Constitution. I am trying to get some copies for myself. They are rather difficult to get, as every one wants to keep their copy. I have sent to the publishers for several copies.
I am sorry your pictures did not turn out well. I am sending you a picture of the large tree of which you spoke. I will do the best I can to secure the photographs you wish, but it is rather a difficult problem to get photographs, as our photographer is kept so busy at all times in work not connected with the various departments. I have not sent the pictures as yet that I am saving for you, but hope to get them off by the time you reach Ames.
Dr. Pammel, it is impossible for me to make you understand how happy I was to see you and see you looking so well.
Remember me kindly to Mrs. Pammel, and your daughter, Lois.
With sincere good wishes, I am
Very truly yours,
G. W. Carver
Research & Experiment Station
P.S. I think this article in the Constitution is the best that has appeared, as it comes nearest to forecasting the possibilities in the work on clay of anything I have seen. I have always felt that the work on clay was really the biggest thing that I have been able to do, as it is far reaching in its possibilities.
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