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Image from page 508 of "Annual report ... [bulletins and circulars]" (1899)

Identifier: annualreportbull00cornuoft

Title: Annual report ... [bulletins and circulars]

Year: 1899 (1890s)

Authors: Cornell University. New York State College of Agriculture New York (state). Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca. Annual report


Publisher: Ithaca

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: MSN


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one thousand boys and girls. We have done this and now know where to find each one and also the address of the teacher by whom the work of the club is conducted. :|: :1c * 96 We are often asked—Will it not answer your purpose ofdues just as well if we send you a few samples? No, it willnot by any means. A record of the work done by each boyand girl is kept in our department on a card, and we want thecommunications of everj- member so that proper credit can be given. * * * The inquiry is not infrequent—What do you do with thethousands of letters in the form of dues sent each month? Weare glad to assure all Junior Naturalists that each letter receivedin payment of dues is handled with great respect and propercredit given on each card. * ^ >i< The Junior Naturalist family now numbers more than 21,000boys and girls. They live in many states ; and there is one clubin Egypt and another in Tasmania. A Junior Nuturalist Club House. March, 1900. CORNELL NATURE=STUDY QUARTERLY INO. 4.


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Issued by the College of Agriculture and Experiment Station ofCornell University, under Chapter 430 of the Laws of 1899,of the State of New York. I. P. Roberts, Director. PUBWSHED BY THE UNIVERSITY. ITHACA, N. Y. 1900. Entered at the PostoflBce in Ithaca, N. Y., as second class matter. ORGANIZATION. BOARD OF CONTROLTHE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY. THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND STATION COUNCIL JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN, President of the University. FRANKLIN C. CORNELL, Trustee of the University. ISAAC P. ROBERTS, Director of the College and Experiment Station. EMMONS L. WILLIAMS, Treasurer of the University. LIBERTY H. BAILEY, Professor of Horticulture. JOHN H. COMSTOCK, Professor of Entomology. STATION AND UNIVERSITY EXTENSION STAFF I. P. ROBERTS, Agriculture. G. C. CALDWELL, Chemistry. JAMES LAW, Veterinary Science. J. H. COMSTOCK, Entomology. L. H. BAILEY, Horticulture. H. H. WING, Dairy Husbandry. . G. F. ATKINSON, Botany. M. V. SLINGERLAND, Entomology. G. W. CAVANAUGH, Chemistry. MRS. A.


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Taken circa 1899