May 1, 1902
Dr. L. H. Pammel,
My Dear Professor Pammel:
I have your favor of April 26th and note carefully all you say. I shall continue to look for species of Gymnosporangum. Now I can secure you Roestelia on host of cedar. I do not know whether they would be acceptable or not. I can also get you fine specimens of Peridermium orientala on the pine. It is in fine condition now,--if that will be acceptable. I have never collected the Roestelia on the cedar, nor the Peridermium upon it; in fact, I did not know that it occurred upon it.
The Ogden Party, or promoters of Southern education, have come and gone. It was indeed a very pleasant gathering. I met Professor Bailey and wife. Had a very pleasant talk with them and enjoyed them very much indeed. Professor Bailey seemed quite well pleased with what he saw and all seemed much refreshed from their visit. I really hope you can come to see us soon, although you give us but very little encouragement along that line. I should consider it a very great privilege to have you. I thank you for your interest in my returning to Iowa, but I do not know just when this will be.
Wishing to be remembered to Mrs. Pammel and the children, I beg to remain,
Yours most sincerely,
Geo. W. Carver
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