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[[underline]] June [[/underline]] 26 - F. called - project
"[[ditto for June]] 28 - Indian school - First taken to meet Jack H. as [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] a man who ^[[paints & older than the others, would  be good]] [[strikethrough]] ?? [[/strikethrough]] as a leader [[strikethrough]] to be put [[/strikethrough]] and adviser among my painters. We found [[strikethrough]] Hopean [[/strikethrough]] this Kiowa at work on some water colors and he showed us a portfolio [[strikethrough]] full of very [[/strikethrough]] of sophisticated looking drawings in high color and minute detail. He had studied in Okla art schools and showed the white man's influence in a distinct postery flourish. H. had me meet his ^[[young]] Hopi friend I. whom he had been instructing and Edward Lee a ^[[handsome]]  Navajo. I asked these for other promising students but all were at ball games. E promised to round up any others [[strikethrough]] promising ^ promising students [[/strikethrough]] in the school [[strikethrough]] whose other duties did not interfere [[/strikethrough]] who [[strikethrough]] would [[/strikethrough]] could be free to give their time to this work, and ^[[to]] meet me Monday morning in the dining room - Mr F. is sending a courier to San [[?]] & other Pueblos to send in [[strikethrough]] painters [[/strikethrough]] ^[[artists]] Monday.
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