Apr. 5, 1902
Dr. L. H. Pammel,
My Dear Doctor Pammel:
I have your favor of March 29th and note with pleasure that you have received the Gymnosporangium in good condition. I shall be on the alert for the other three you mention although as yet I have not been able to collect them. I am glad to know that the Gymnosporangium Clavipes has germinated. I trust the others have done so by this time.
I am sending you under separate cover a copy of The Tuskegee Student and my little Nature Study which has been revised. I shall be glad to have your opinion of the Nature Study. With best wishes to yourself and family, I beg to remain,
Yours most sincerely,
Geo. W. Carver
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