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Ellis Soper Consulting Engineer Alsen, N.Y., January 4th,1924. Dr. George Pepper, Museum of American Indian, Broadway at 155th St., New York, N.Y. Dear Doctor Pepper:- I believe that some time ago you published a phamphlet on Navajo Blankets, with interperation of designs, etc. Could you advise me where I could secure a copy of this publication? Thanking you, I am Very truly yours, Ellis Soper. KPM ES:KPM answd & sent on Jan. 5/24
I cannot fully understand the handwritten words underneath the signature. A lot of these letters sent to George had a notation of how they replied to the letter. "answd" is usually the notation.
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