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January 6, 1905. Dr. Ales Hrdlicka, National Museum, Washington, D.C. My dear Dr. Hrdlicka:- I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your separate entitled "Directions for Collecting Information and Specimens for Physical Anthropology". I am greatly pleased with your presentation of the subject, and am glad to have the article in this form for reference. Sincerely yours, (G.H.P.)
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