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^[[Bean]] [[preprinted]] 7. WHAT MATERIAL FROM YOUR DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN LENT TO INVESTIGATORS DURING THE YEAR, AND IN CONNECTION WITH WHAT SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS WAS THE MATERIAL NEEDED. PLEASE ARRANGE ANSWER, ALPHABETICALLY, UNDER NAME OF PERSON TO WHOM SUCH MATERIAL WAS LENT. [[line]] [[/preprinted]] Eigenmann, C. H. Scorpaenoid Fishes to be studied in connection with a review of the family. ^[[x]] Evermann, B. W. Fishes of the northwest, U. S. for comparison with new collections made for the U. S. Fish Commission. Also, fishes generally of N. America in connection with the preparation of work upon N. A. Fishes by Jordan & Evermann. ^[[x]] Gill, T. N. Mostly old world species used in a general study of the families of fishes. Jordan and Evermann, N. A. fishes generally. ^[[x]] Meek, Seth E. Fishes of the western States, Iowa, Missouri and Arkansas, used in preparing published lists of the fishes of these states. Lancaster, C. Ray. (Oxford, England), specimens of Branchiostoma for study. Wilder, B. G. Chimaera and Hydrolagus. Woolman, A. J. Small collection of fishes made by Scovell & Woolman in Mexico, returned as a loan for completion of report. ^[[x = Investigators who studied [[at Mus.?]] same on next page.]]
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