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March 24 1913

American Anthropological Association
American Anthropologist (Quarterly)
Current Anthropological Literature (Quarterly)
(Published with the cooperation of the American Folk-Lore Soeiety [[Society]])
MEMOIRS (Issued at irregular intervals)

Editor: F.W. HODGE, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Associate Editors
ROBERT H.LOWIE, American Museum of Natural History, New York
ALEXANDER F. CHAMBERLAIN, Clark University, Worcester, Mass.
JOHN R. SWANTON, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Mar 19. 1913.

Dear Mr. Harrington:
I am very glad indeed to have your paper on the Senape, which has come too late however,I [bene?] from the next number of the [Suthrop aloqish?] the material for which is all in the [pruitin?] hands. If it is not more disappointing to you than to me, I shall hold it over until the April, June number which I am planning and hoping to publish during May in order to catch up a little better with the calendar.  
Regarding your Master's thesis, I should like to print that also.  When would you like to come in appear, and how
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