T.H. Morgan letter to Charles Davenport requesting eugenics information
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T.H. Morgan letter to Charles Davenport requesting eugenics information

[NOTE image 445 is comprised of elements in images 445 and 446] 409 West 117th Street May 25 1910 Dear Davenport: Can you write me a letter about the present movement in eugenics that will reach me by Monday May 30. Will you [illegible] especially of the different line of work under way in this country and the names of those doing such work. If however in lieu of writing you would come & have lunch with the group of men here at 12-30 Monday May 30 that would be much better but I know how busy you are and have no hope of success. Pardon me for giving you so much bother but I know you have this matter at heart. Sincerely T.H.Morgan

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