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#157 January 10, 1905. Professor Otis T. Mason, National Museum, Washington, D.C. My dear Professor Mason:- I am gradually sorting out the mail that was received during my absence, and have just come across another pleasing article from your pen entitled, "The Ripening of Thoughts in Common". Many thanks for this little separate. I hope to run on to Washington some time within the course of the next two months, and am looking forward to a good talk with you, as I was very successful this summer among the Navajos and have found out a great deal concerning their textile work. Hoping that you are in good health, and with renewed wishes for a happy New Year, I am, Sincerely yours, (G.H.P.)
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