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Sun July 31 - Horse Show - 

Mon. Aug -1- The Gov. of S. Domingo visited the school and approved of the paintings including the offending blue circle, seeing no evil in them - But we shall use a design more suited to the space nevertheless.  Romando and Richard requested I speak to [[Wicls]] Miller to ask him to pay them the money for pictures held over 2 years.  We had to drop Alexander the Navajo.  a troublesome person.  Hokeah had asked me to intercede in behalf of the dancers - himself, Riley, Richard and - for who wish to dance at Gallup - would Mr Faris try to arrange it for them - Mr F. was glad to - is wiring and if necessary will send Hokeah to make arrangements.  We are still working on the pomels for our show there.  Carpenters building them of coupo boards with framework - I pomel 8 ft x 10f 2 poMls 8X8 and several 4X8 and smaller - priming and preparing.  Mr Faris wishes Albert do another Mary's weaver - he is keen about this one - Albert promises not to copy this one - "Judians do not copy - they know it isn't good to do so" I [[strikethrough]] warned [[/strikethrough]] reminded him. Mr. Faris pleased with idea of benches - and gives order to [[?]] the bird man who is also carpenter.  The clumsey high chairs they say can go to some other school or "somers" - The newly painted tables jolly- As was Mrs Faris who first inaugurated the brightening up of the dining room and had the tables made this jolly color.  I related at the womans club Mrs Faris part in suggesting the decorating of buildings at the school-
Tea at Mary Austins in honor of Martha Graham the dancer.  Miss G - also the Mcleous here to see Indian dances. Jean McL. and brother keen about Richard Wartime's dancing and happy when I said I would have them meet him. They are coming to the school on Wed morn-

Lecture at night at La Fonda by Dr. Etienne B. Renaud on Early Art of Peru- illustrated - showed development from realistic drawings - as all art begins he said - 
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