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|H. Laughlin letter to O. Underwood, about European racial descent of Underwood
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|The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University,
Eugenics Research Association
Fifteenth Annual Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor, Saturday, June 25, 1927
President until June 1927
Frank L. Babbott
Secretary-Treasurer until June, 1928
Harry H. Laughlin
Until June, 1927
Frederick L. Hoffman
Until June, 1928
Charles B. Davenport
Until June, 1929
Mrs. Wortham James
Charles W. Burr
Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y.
March 21, 1927
Secretary to Senator Oscar W. Underwood,
Washington, D. C.
We fail to find, either in the Congressional Directory or Who's Who, statements in reference to the European racial descent of Senator Underwood. We are making a survey of the European descent of noted men and are just now finishing the member of the United States Senate. We have more than half of the returns, but so far have failed to receive the desired genealogical note concerning Senator Underwood. We would greatly appreciate it if you would be good enough to fill out, to the best of your ability, the blanks on the bottom of this sheet and return it.
Harry H. Laughlin,
Senator Oscar Underwood
European racial descent (such as English, Scotch, Irish, German, French)[dotted line][handwritten text]English[end handwritten text]
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