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[[left margin]] [[underlined]] [[Le Numka?]] [[/underlined]] [[/left margin]] Pawhuska, OK. June 8. 1912 My dear M Yours of the 24" and 27" May came and I was very glad to receive both letters and particularly to know that you are well. I think that you are right about Mrs. Parsons suggestion regarding Mrs. [[Geny?]]. I am very busy getting my machine" in order as I expect to use it with old Pa-thr'-wa-nr-pla next week when he comes here to the pageant. I have found another man who knows most of the non-hon zhiu-ga rites and he promises to help me so I am feeling more encouraged about getting the whole thing complete in a measure. I am invited to attend a ceremony at Gray-horse after the pageant so I am expecting to learn some more of the forms. Joe'-pa-ghia-ga who was a pupil of Saucy Calf is to officiate and it is
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