ID# 1206:
H. Laughlin response to W. Williams about the research study on immigration
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The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, papers, D-4-2

Image 1206 September 16, 1927 Mr. William E. Williams, 332 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, Ill. Dear Mr. Williams, Let me thank you for your especially valuable return to our inquiry concerning your racial descent. We are interested in inventiveness as one the most valuable traits which a nation can possess and we propose to studying it not only from the racial point of view but also inside each race and from the inside of the family stock. Very sincerely, H.H. Laughlin. HHL: JW [end]
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