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621 A.M BENHAM, MANAGER Our Specialties are NAVAJO RUGS INDIAN BEADS AND BEAD WORK APACHE, PIMA AND HUPA INDIAN BASKETS NAVAJO SILVER WORK AND HOPI, ZUNI, ACOMA, AND MARICOPA POTTERY Benham Indian Grading Company NEW YORK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M PHOENIX, ARIZ. LOS ANGELES, CAL. AND 12 TRADING POSTSA ON THE NAVAJO AND OTHER INDIAN RESERVATIONS WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Indian and Mexican Art Goods Art, Leather, Pillows, Mats, Post Cards and a great variety of Leather Nobelties manufactured for the Trade 654 SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES, CAL. NOV. 3, 1905 190 Prof. Geo. Pepper, Museum, 77th Street, New York City. Dear Geo:- Allow me to congradulate you. We have only heard of just one woman here in California that goes you one better. She has had triplets twice within two years. Just give my love to the wife and babies. Will is now in New Mexico, and will probably see you later. When in Portland you told me about the Swastika's being used in the religious rights of the Navajo. Please give me brief account of same, as I am re-printing my Swastika's card and want to have all the matter relative to it that is obtainable. Cordially and truly youts, A M. Beuhave and 11-22-051
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