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George G. Heye 52 Broadway New York September 1, 1904 Mr George H. Pepper, Albuquerque, New Mexico My dear Pepper: No word from you either to Mr. Hyde or myself since August 15th, and we are all really rather worried as to what has become of you. We hope that you have not fallen down on the Pike at the Fair. The publications from the Field Columbia cam safely to hand, and please accept my sincere thanks forgetting them. They are a beautiful set of books, and I know will prove of great value. I have managed to get together, at small cost, the complete publications of the Smithsonian and National Museums, also those of the Bureau of Ethnology. There is only one
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