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#163. January 10, 1905. Phillippa Academy, Andover, Mass. Gentlemen:- I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your Bulletin No. 1 of the Department of Archaeology, which was received during my absence in the field. I am greatly pleased with the results of your work, and trust that the coming year may add several more numbers of your Bulletin to our scientific literature. Thanking you again for your kindness, I am, Respectfully yours, (G.H.P.)
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