2478:
Charles Davenport letter to Morris Steggerda, acknowledging their collaboration and friendship over the years (1/15/1940)
Date:
1940
Pages:1 of 1
Source:
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Otis Historical Archives, Steggerda, Box 76 Correspondence with Davenport
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Charles Davenport letter to Morris Steggerda, acknowledging their collaboration and friendship over the years (1/15/1940)

Charles B. Davenport Cold Spring Harbor Long Island, N. Y. Jan. 15/40 Dr. Morris Steggerda Cold Spring Harbor Dear Morris: Your letter touched me very much and every word of it was appreciated. I suppose as one gets older the assurance by a colleague that he has left a mark is very pleasant. To have made friends is [illegible] important; and it is the friendliness of your letter that gives me great satisfaction. I assure you that Gertrude and I esteem highly the friendship that you and Inez have always shared. Faithfully yours, Charles B.D. [end]

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