|H. Laughlin letter to Senator Ernst, about Ernst's failure to respond to Senator survey|
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|The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, papers, D-4-2|
Eugenics Research Association
Fourteenth Annual Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor, Saturday, June 26, 1926
President Until June 1926
Arthur H. Estabrook
Secretary-Treasurer Until June 1926
Harry H. Laughlin
Until June 1926
Mrs. Wortham James
Charles W. Burr
Until June 1927
Frederick L. Hoffman
Until June 1928
Charles B. Davenport
Frank L. Babbott
Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N.Y.
June 17, 1927
Senator Richard P. Ernst,
United States Senate,
During last spring we made a survey of racial descent of members of the United States Senate. We have now finished this survey and have practically all the information. We have, however, failed to receive any return either from you or from your secretary. I trust that you will be interested enough in this to supply the data called for on the bottom of this letter and to return the sheet to my address.
This would be greatly appreciated.
[signed]H. H. Laughlin.
&&Father's Father&Father's Mother&Mother's Mother&Mother's Father
Nativity or Race, (regardless of where born)&[handwritten]German (Pennsylvania Dutch - so called)&German (Pennsylvania Dutch, so called)&English (Westmoreland County, Va)&English (Westmoreland County, Va)
Kindly return this sheet to the writer.
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