Letter from SPENCER FULLERTON BAIRD to CAROLINE CRANE MARSH, dated February 20, 1884.
Dear M Marsh:
Your letter of February 18, accompanied by M Goode's memorandum, was duly received to-day.
You need not trouble yourself about returning D Kidders note.
Always at your command for any service I can render, believe me,
Sincerely Yours,S F. BairdM Geo. P. Marsh,Scarsdale,N.Y.
References in this letter:
An ichthyologist, George Brown Goode (1851-1896) worked with Baird as assistant director of the U.S. National Museum. He succeeded Baird as museum curator (1887-1888) and on the U.S. Commission on Fish which he directed from the time of Baird's death until his own.
Jerome Henry Kidder (1842-1889) was a surgeon and natural historian.