In this follow-up to Stern, McClintock expressed concern over the political situation in Germany, lamented at not being able
to attend her class reunion, and filled the remainder of the letter with "gossip" on several colleagues.
Item is handwritten.
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1933-04-19 (April 19, 1933)
Original Repository: American Philosophical Society. Library. Curt Stern Papers
Reproduced with permission of the Curt Stern Papers, American Philosophical Society.
Letter from Barbara McClintock to Curt Stern (March 13, 1933)
Letter from Barbara McClintock to Curt Stern (August 12, 1933)
Letter from Barbara McClintock to Curt and Evelyn Stern (March 4, 1934)
Letter from Barbara McClintock to Curt and Evelyn Stern [11 December 1934?]
Box Number: 3
Folder Number: 2
[handwritten portion consists of margin note]
Tell Evelyn thanks for note. I was sorry that you missed the earthquake. Sometime you can ask one of the inmates about the
sprint I took went it came. I am "famous" for my speed!