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The National Weekly
P.F. Collier & Son Company
416 West Thirteenth Street
New York

January 7, 1924.

Museum of the American Indian, 
Heye Foundation,
Broadway and 155th Street,
New York City.

Attention of Mr. Pepper

Dear Sir:

Please advise me if the Museum of the American Indian has yet put into effect the plan you once mentioned to me of having its exhibits photographed and keeping a photograph rile available to authors and publishers.

If you have such a file now, I should like to look it over. 

Very truly yours, 
P. F. Collier & Son Company

C.W. Taylor.
Book Editorial Department. 


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The first two letters of the signature are unclear.

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