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7. WHAT MATERIAL FROM YOUR DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN TRANSMITTED TO STUDENTS AND INVESTIGATORS [underlined]OUTSIDE OF THE MUSEUM[/underlined] DURING THE YEAR, AND IN CONNECTION WITH WHAT SPECIAL INVESTIGATION WAS THE MATERIAL NEEDED? IT SHOULD BE STATED IN EACH CASE WHETHER OR NOT THE MATERIAL HAS BEEN RETURNED TO THE MUSEUM.
    1. The collection in the genera Monedula and Gorytes to Wm. J. Fox, Academy Natural Sciences, Philadelphia,Pa., for monographic study. (Returned)
    2. One pair of a European Noctuid to Prof. J. B. Smith, Rutgers College, N. J. for comparison with an allied American form.
    3. The Japanese collection of Hemiptera from Dr. Mitsukuri to Prof. P. R. Uhler, Baltimore, Md. for identification and report.  (Returned)
    4. The collection of Crambidae to Prof. C. H. Fernald, Amherst, Mass. to assist him monographie work.  (Returned)
    5. The collection of Typhlocybini to Prof. C. P. Gillette, Fort Colline, Colo. to assist himmin [him in] monographic work. (Returned)
    6. The collection of Lepidoptera from Chanler-Hohnel expedition to Jombene Range, East Africa, to Dr. W. J. Holland, Allegheny, Pa. for study and report.  (Returned.)
    7. 13 species of Acridiidae to Prof. J. McNeill, Fayetteville, Ark. to assist him in monographic work.  (Not returned.)
    8. 50 species of Noctuids to Prof. J. B. Smith, New Brunswick, N. J. for study and identification. (Not returned.)
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