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#160.

January 10, 1905.

Professor Edgar L. Hewett,
National Museum, Washington, D.C.

My dear Hewett:-

Have just received your separate from the Anthropologist entitled, "Studies on the Extinct Pueblo of Pecos" and "Anthropology and Education". Many thanks for these articles in the separate form.

I am sorry that I did not have more time to discuss South[[strikethrough]] ern [[/Strikethrough]]western topics while you were here, but I shall look forward to seeing you in the near future, either in New York or in Washington.
 
With best wishes for continued success during the New Year, I am as ever,
 
Sincerely yours,

(G.H.P.)
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