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skins in exchange.

[[underline]]W. E. Bryant[[/underline]], Oakland, Cal. - Bird skins loaned for examination.

[[underline]]c. Through the Smithsonian Department of Exchange.[[/underline]]

[[underline]]Dr. Edw. Hargitt[[/underline]], London, England. - Bird skins in exchange.

[[underline]]Hans, Graf v. Berlepsch[[/underline]], M√ľnden, Germany. - Bird skins in exchange.

[[underline]]Minor routine work[[/underline]].

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Official letters written | 16
" [[ditto for: Official]] memoranda " [[ditto for: written]] | 8
Memoranda of packing " [[ditto for: written]] | 11
Requisitions " [[ditto for: written]] | 9
Orders for work " [[ditto for: written]] | 4
Invoices (triplicates) | 18
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[[underline]]Papers prepared for Publication[[/underline]]

[[underline]]a. By the Curator.[[/underline]]

(1) Descriptions of Four New Species of Birds from the Bahama Islands (Sent to the editor of The
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