Dec. 30, 1902
Dr. L. H. Pammel,
My Dear Doctor Pammel:
I have your favor of December 23d and note that the package of specimens has reached you. I shall be very glad to send you more as soon as the season for collecting opens. I presume that you have seen my list of new fungi which was published in the Journal of Mycology by Drs. Everhardt and Ellis. I do not have time to do as much collecting now as I used to do yet I am adding from time to time to my list which is now quite large. I have just begun working up my Iowa specimens. I find that the moths have injured some of them yet there are many that have kept remarkably well.
I might say that I leave Wednesday morning for Washington where I will attend the National Association for Advancement of Science. I wish very much that I might see you there. Wishing you the choicest compliments of the new year, I beg to remain,
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