Tragedy out on the Farm.
Quite a part from the ‘ ‘ official ‘ ‘ start concerned
primarily with the palatability question
my laboratory had a direct catalytic hit
from agricultural practice.
Indeed on a Saturday afternoon in February
1933 following the first conferences with
Brink, while a blizzard was howling and the
mercury was hovering near zero, a farmer
from the vicinity of Deer Park, Wisconsin,
some 190 miles from Madison appeared with
what the late Professor A. J. Carlson might
have called ”the evidence.” Curiously the
farmer’s name was Ed Carlson.
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