ID# 426:
Charles Davenport letter to Mrs. E.H. Harriman about Eugenics Record Office name
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American Philosophical Society, Dav, B:D27.,Harriman, Mrs. E.H.
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426. Cold Spring Harbor, NY. Aug, 15, 1910. Dear Mrs. Harriman;- Your letter of August 10th and one from Mr. Tegethoff were duly received. I shall see Mr. Tegethoff on Thursday. A day or two ago I sent him the final scholarship account. It amounts to $37 more than the $750 that you appropriated - I could have figured closer if I had had more time to get the class together. Mr. Whitier of the new Bureau of Immigration has written me a cordial letter in consequence of your kind suggestion. I hope to see him Thursday. In regard to the [underlined]name[end underline] of our undertaking I agree that it should be simple as well as euphonious. On the
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