Sent by Othniel Charles Marsh, Yale College Museum to D. C. Gilman John Hopkins University, Baltimore on 12 February 1886.
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Transcriber: Shahidain, Sadik Osman
Transcription date: September 5, 2014
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YALE COLLEGE MUSEUM,
NEW HAVEN, CONN[ECTICUT].
Feb[ruary] 12 1886.
My dear Gilman1,
I enclose a copy of a letter from Wallace2 which explains itself.
Can[']t you get him a chance for a short course of lectures at the Peabody Trust, and a few at your University.
Anything he says on Natural Science will be good. [] I have written Walker[?] to speak for a course at the Lowell Institute but have said nothing about the matter to anyone else as yet.
Yours very truly | O. C. Marsh3 [signature]
Pres[ident]. D.C. Gilman.
1. Gilman, Daniel Coit (1831-1908). American educator and academic.
2. Wallace, Alfred Russel (1823-1913). British naturalist and co-discoverer of natural selection with Charles Darwin.
4. Marsh, Othneil Charles (1831-1908). American paleontologist.
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