September 14, 1926
Mr. Geo. W. Carver,
Dear Dr. Carver:--
I have your kind letter of September 8th and wish to say that I appreciate your very kind words.
I am proud of all of my students and am certainly proud of what you have accomplished. It is a great thing to come in contact with students and then later find out they have done such splendid and magnificent work as you have.
We often talk of you. Mrs. Pammel and I are home all alone. The six children are scattered from the Atlantic to the Pacific; one in FloridaMrs. Seal; one in CaliforniaMrs. Needham; two in Washington, D. C. Violet and Harold; one in Brookline, Mass.,Mrs. Blundell; and one in Tacoma, Washington,Lois.
With my personal regards and best regards from Mrs. Pammel, I am
Yours very truly,
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