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Dec.22nd, 1903. Prof. Otis T. Mason, National Museum Washington, D.C. My dear prof.Mason:- This letter will introduce Miss Anita M.Earl, who is greatly interested in educational and scientific work and who is at the present time actively engaged in school work in New York City. Miss Earl is doing great deal to promote the science that we love so well, and I have endeavored to help her along the lines of athnology. Any assistance you can give Miss Earl will be greatly appreciated by me, Very sincerely yours, (G.H.P)
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