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Prof Baird please send 2 drills and a blowpipe to each of the following & charge Chi Acad Sci 1. Joel Reeves Aimsworth Cook Co Ill. [[marginalia, underlined]] Wells [[/marginalia, underlined]] Send him S.I. & Post office Reports & canister to him. He is king of Calument Marshes! [[short line]] 2. Fred J. Huse Evanston Cook Co Ill [[marginalia, underlined]] Wells [[/marginalia, underlined]] The most promising of any bird eggs boys 3. Garrett F. Lansing Evanston Ill - Good collector 4. Wm Dalliba ) Cane Stimpson 5. Augustus Wright) at Chi Academy These two with their chances are sure to get big things in eggs - they go to Lake Horicon Wis for two weeks last of May to hunt eggs. They are both good collectors. Delliba is the best. [[strikethrough]] Frank H. Davis. A very clever fellow on mammals does not coll eggs [[/strikethrough]] 6. Flint Kennicott- Cane Stimpson Can make a superior collector- [[underlined]] He makes other people work![[/underline]] [[marginalia, underlined]] Wells [[/marginalia, underlined]] If possible let him have two sets egg instruments on deposit - He will lend one to some of his [underline]]sub[[/underline]] collectors. Please write to him - He would work his eyes out at your request - But please remind him that he must do all the better studying at school to pay for his "whack' at Natural History. [[strikethrough]]7 Geo B. Armstrong Cane Stimpson - a good[[/strikethrough]] Amasa Kennicott Savannah Mo near [[?chgo]] now at The Grove, Ill. [[strikethrough]] over [[/strikethrough]]
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