Dec. 14th, 1901
Dr. L. H. Pammel
My dear Prof. Pammel,
The Sixteenth Announcement of the Iowa Academy of Sciences has just reached me. I have looked it over carefully and regret that I cannot be present at the meeting, as the subjects and the men who are to handle them are a sufficient evidence that the meeting is going to be a very profitable one. I am somewhat in arrears with the Academy, I do not know how much myself. Sometime ago I wrote the President concerning it but received no reply. I should be glad to clear up any arrears as soon as I am informed how much.
It is my plan to send you a small package of Fungi in the next few days, and I think you will find some of the things very interesting. I am quite well and presume am getting along as well as could be expected. I am yet collecting some but have only time to do this by little snatches here and there as I pass to and from my duties.
We are having just now one of the hardest rains of the seasons, in fact, I believe I have not witnessed a harder rain than is falling this minute this year. It is also accompanied by lightning and thunder. I wish to be remembered to Mrs. Pammel and the children. I am sending you under separate cover a copy of the Tuskegee Student, in which you may be slightly interested. I beg leave to remain,
Yours most truly,
Geo. W. Carver.
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