ID# 427:
Charles Davenport letter to Mrs. E.H. Harriman about Eugenics Record Office name
Date:
1910
Pages: (1|2)
Source:
American Philosophical Society, Dav, B:D27.,Harriman, Mrs. E.H.
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Charles Davenport letter to Mrs. E.H. Harriman about Eugenics Record Office name

"Sultaria" the last suggestion was;- "Office of Eugenic Records". I think you suggested the title [undelined]"Eugenics Record Office"[end underline] but did not consider it. This is the simplest form - three words and seems worthy of consideration on this account. I am having some letterheads printed and will send you proof for your advice. Please forgive these details. After we get going there will be less occasion to trouble you, especially if I can have the advantage of Mr. Tegethoff's advice. The Eugenics Class comes to an end tomorrow. We had instructive visits to Ellis, Wards, and Randalls Islands. Sincerely yours, Chas B. Davenport.

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