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[[preprinted]] MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN HEYE FOUNDATION BROADWAY AT 155th STREET NEW YORK GEORGE G. HEYE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTOR [[/preprinted]] Jan 12, 1926 Dear M.R. - Well, here I am. This is really the first breathing spell I have had since landing in this place. We arrived Sun. Jan 3. It was a fine large day. The two succeeding days were exceedingly bum. Since then the weather has been on and off However as I have been inside all the time except at noon when I dash across the street for my sandwich I haven't minded it so much. Don has been gradually initiating me into the [[?]] mysteries of how to do it etc. Mr. "eye has outlined my duties, one of which is to keep the negative file up to date. Hercules as a professional stable cleaner had a river to aid him, I have nothing but the will to do and a vague, nebulous idea that it can be done. Guess all I can do is shuck my pants and wade in. Incidentally I have answered a letter or two, translated one Spanish letter for the Boss and in general am managing to get along still wondering what its all about. I trust the enclosed cartoon will be duly appreciated We understand from the latest press clipping that the sum of $25,000 has been appropriated for the purpose of carrying on the work at St. Thomas. Incidentally the same clipping mentioned your seven foot skeletons and other weirdly wonderful finds. While on the train passing through Arizona I bot [[bought]] a paper printed at one of the little burgs in that state and saw a bucolic
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