1874:
"Transfer of ERO," Eugenical News (vol. 3), Carnegie Institution accepts gift of Eugenics Record Office from Mrs. E.H. Harriman
Date:
1918
Pages:1 of 1
Source:
Cold Spring Harbor, ERO, Eugenical News, 3
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&quote;Transfer of ERO,&quote; Eugenical News (vol. 3), Carnegie Institution accepts gift of Eugenics Record Office from Mrs. E.H. Harriman

[hairline score] January, 1918. [hairline score] Transfer of E. R. O. On December 14th, the trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington accepted from Mrs. E. H. Harriman the gift of the Eugenics Record Office, with its land, buildings and records, valued at over $200,000, and a fund ocf $300,000 of which the income will be available for its maintenance. By this wise and generous gift the future of the Eugenics Record Office becomes established. The relations of the Station for Experimental Evolution and the Eugenics Record Office, always close, bcome[sic] still more intimate. The name of Mrs. Harriman is to be always associated with that of the Office as its Founder. [centered score] [end]

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