Feb. 20, 1903
Prof. C. F. Curtiss,
My Dear professor Curtiss:
You will doubtless receive a letter from principal Lyman Ward, of Camp Hill, Alabama, asking for a few hop roots. I told him that I thought he would have no trouble in getting them if he would write you as most any of the students can find them. I believe they grow all along the railroad track, in fact, all over the grounds, and if you can accommodate him in this I am sure you will do quite a missionary work. Camp Hill is a school for white people patterned very largely after Tuskegee, and is doing a most excellent work.
Trusting you are quite well and that all goes well with you, I beg remain,
[Prof Pammel, Will you kindly have some one attend to this as soon as the frost is out of the ground. C.F. Curtiss]
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