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Alsen, N.Y., January 10th, 1924. Dr. George H. Pepper, Museum of American Indian, Broadway & 155th St., New York, N.Y. Dear Doctor Pepper:- Please accept my thanks for your good letter of the 5th. I have also received the phamphlet on the Navajo, and am looking forward with interest to the one you are preparing now. I am sorry that I did not get up to see you last week, but hope for better luck next time, as I have one of the rare pieces from my Southern collection with me and I know you and General Heye will be interested in inspecting it. Very truly yours, Ellis Sper ES:KPM
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