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9. GIVE A LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS WHOSE CO-OPERATION HAS RESULTED IN ENRICHING THE COLLECTIONS UNDER YOUR CARE, AND STATE BRIEFLY THE MANNER AND EXTENT OF SUCH CO-OPERATION DURING THE YEAR.
 1. Correspondents sending material for identification that remains in the Museum:
  Prof. C. S. Sheldon, Oswego, N. Y. 
  Ferd. Teute, Rochester, N. Y. 
  F. F. Crevecoeur, Onaga, Kansas 
  Rev. J. L. Zabriskie, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
  Dr. Wm. Brodie, Toronto, Canada 
  Ralph Hopping, Redstone Park, Cal. 
  Wm. Metcalfe, Port Hope, Ont. 
  J. G. Barlow, Cadet, Mo. 
  Harrison G. Dyar, New York, N. Y. 
  Prof. J. A. Lintner, Albany, N. Y. 
  Prof. J. A. Udden, Rock Island, Ills. 
  Dr. A. Dug├ęs, Guanajuato, Mexico 
  J. E. Duerden, Kingston, Jamaica 
  Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, Las Cruces, N. Mexico
2. Correspondents exchanging material with the Museum:
  Henry G. Klages, Jeannette, Pa. 
  Dr. Henry Skinner, Philadelphia, Pa. 
  E. Brunetti, London, England 
  Major H. J. Elwes, Colesborne, England 
  G. D. Haviland, Cambridge, England. 
  Wm. J. Fox, Philadelphia, Pa. 
  Dr. Wm. Barnes, Decatur, Ills. 
  Prof. C. P. Gillette, Fort Collins, Colo. 
  Dr. S. H. Scudder, Cambridge, Mass. 
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