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#106. Albuquerque, New Mexico, November 1, 1904. Professor H. C. Bumpus, American Museum of Natural History, New york City, New York. My dear Professor Bumpus:- I have just acknowledged the receipt of the Mexican passes in a letter to Mr. Winser and I now want to thank you personally for so kindly assisting us in our field work. We leave for the City of Mexico to-morrow night and expect to reach our destination in the western part of the State of Michoacan Sunday morning. Again thanking you for your efforts in our behalf. I beg to remain, Sincerely yours,
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