Robert T. Morris to Dr. William C. Deming
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This Letter, Robert T. Morris to Dr. William C. Deming, 1973-18-2, dated October 16, 1921 outlines the type of endorsement Morris would like for his book, Nut Growing. Both Morris and Deming were proponents of growing nut trees. Dr. William Champion Deming (1862-1954). He practiced in Westchester, N.Y., served as a captain in the medical corps during World War I, and worked for the Veterans Administration for over 20 years.
- Other: Majority of material found in 1921 Oct 16
- Other: Date acquired: 12/02/1972
- Deming, William Champion, 1862-1954 (Person)
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Dr. William Champion Deming (1862-1954). He practiced in Westchester, N.Y., served as a captain in the medical corps during World War I, and worked for the Veterans Administration for over 20 years.
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