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CABLE ADDRESS - MUSEUM, CHICAGO FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY ROOSEVELT ROAD AND LAKE MICHIGAN CHICAGO January 12, 1923. Mr. George H. Pepper, Museum of the American Indian, Broadway at 155th Street, New York City, N.Y. My dear Mr. Pepper: Answering your letter of January 9, your name had been placed [[handwritten insert]] by me [[/handwritten insert]] on the list of the recipients of Moorehead's publication, and I find from the Museum records that a copy was mailed to you on December 2. On the same date a copy was addressed to Professor Saville, who also complains that he did not receive his; hence, it seems to me that there is something wrong with the mail delivery in your museum. Kindly make inquiries in your museum, or report the case to your postmaster. If you do not get satisfaction this way, please drop me a line, and I shall see to it that another copy be mailed to you. Thank you for your congratulations, and accept the best wishes for the New Year. Very truly yours, B. Laufer Address All Correspondence, Publications And Packages To Field Museum Of Natural History, Chicago, U.S.A.
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