Whitman, Charles Otis
Talking about his work and Whitman's.
Carus dissuaded from publishing Dr. Morgan's article and talking about the foundations of the MBL and where the money goes.
Says he will eventually announce certain plans he has in mind.
Discusses employment opportunities with Conklin.
Discusses financial things between Mrs. Culver and the University fo Chicago and, collaterally, the MBL.
Sending her laboratory's engagements for the Biological Lectures for 1903. Includes her address as well.
Talks about a reply to the communication from the Carnegie Committee. Whitman hopes for Conklin's approval.
Poem, "The March of Mind," by Lofland, writing under the name Milford Bard.
Referring to Mr. C. J. Elmore, who applied for a fellowship in Biology at Chicago. Also congratulating Whitman. Mentions that he plants to send work done in 1894 on Lake Michigan.
Whitman says he has a copy of the proceedings of each trustee meeting.
Wants to know whether Conklin is interested in the offer Whitman made.
Reports on the meeting held on August 24 when the laboratory was transformed into an intercollegiate institution. Describes plans for the future of the institution.