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020_Trimble Letter to Keyes

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Title

020_Trimble Letter to Keyes

Description

This letter was written to Professor Keyes by former student Harry C. Trimble who was congratulating him on the many activities he was involved in. Mr. Trimble wrote this letter after reading about Professor Keyes accomplishments in a recent Cornell College Bulletin.

Creator

Trimble, Harry C.

Date

4/18/1943

Rights

Education use only, no other permissions given. U.S. and international copyright laws may protect this item. Commercial use or distribution of this digital item is not permitted without written permission of Cornell College Archives

Language

English

Type

Document

Digital Reproduction Information

Items scanned using Xereox Work Centre 4735 at 600 ppi

Repository

Cornell College Archives

Repository Collection

Charles Reuben Keyes

Contact information.

College Archivist, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa. Phone: 319-895-4240, archives@cornellcollege.edu

File Name

114_page1TrimbleLetter

Digital item created

2012-04

Digital item modified

8/21/2012

Transcription

Harvard University Medical School Department of Biological Chemistry Boston, Massachusetts April 18, 1943 Professor Charles R Keyes Mt Vernon, Iowa Dear Professor Keyes, In a Cornell College Bulletin which came to my attention just recently I noted a photograph with you together with some comments on your recent activities. These have impelled me to send a brief note of felicitation. Well I do recall many instances when I benefited from contact with you as a student. Also I remember my good fortune in having been in the audience at the Harvard Commencement when the doctor's degree was conferred upon you, and afafterwards I found you and through your courtesy was introduced to the first Harvard alumni exercises that I had witnessed. These are vivid and pleasant recollections. In conclusion, I express the hope that this will find you in comfortable health and I am certain that it will find you with a surplus of interesting things to do. Sincerely yours Harry C. Trimble