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In reply address not the signer of this letter, but "Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Air Station, Anacostia, D.C."
Refer to No.

U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION
ANACOSTIA, D.C.

6 May 1941

Received from the Photographic Laboratory, NAS, Anacostia, D.C. the following equipment:

One(1) Camera, aerial, small scouting, F-48 #40-98
One(1) Lens, 161 mm.#1376
Two(2) Filters, Aero 1, and minus blue
One(1) Bracket, camera mounting
One1) Manual, instruction
One(1) Case, carrying for the above.

**NOTE: Camera is loaded with one roll, nine feet in length, of Agra Supersensitive Panchromatic Aerial Film.

Camera loaned on authority of Mr. Richardson by telephone. It is expected that this equipment will be returned on/or about 6 May 1941

Signed For National Park Service
Roy Knabenshue
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