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|Title: ||Telegram draft to board of directors at Carnegie Institute: publicity|
|Keywords: ||marine laboratories|
Dry Tortugas, Florida
Key West, Florida
Moulton, Harold G.
Jensen, Aage J. C.
Rathbun, Mary J.
Hubbs, Carl Leavitt
|Issue Date: ||1933|
|Series/Report no.: ||BBL Papers|
|Abstract: ||This item is part of a series of publicity materials generated by or about the Bass Biological Laboratory in the 1930s and 1940s. The Bass Biological Laboratory was a fully functioning research laboratory as well as a biological collecting and field station. The lab was located in Englewood, Florida, and operated during the 1930s and 1940s. This telegram draft may have been written by John F. Bass, Jr. to the board of directors of the Carnegie Institute in Washington. The draft discusses the advantages and disadvantages of both the Bass lab and the marine research facility located in the Dry Tortugas with the goal of increasing cooperation between the two labs to further scientific research. The item is not signed or dated, and provides a number of references, both personal and professional.|
|Description: ||2 p., 8.5 x 11 in.|
|Appears in Collections:||Bass Biological Laboratory Papers|
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