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THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
NEW YORK
CABLE ADDRESS
METMUSART
DEPARTMENT OF DECORATIVE ARTS
January 10, 1924

Dear Dr. Pepper:
Your letter addressed to Mr. Robinson has been handed to me for reply.
We have several Navaho weaves but no ponchos. I will, however, send you photographs of the blankets, as soon as they can be obtained from the Photograph Department. Trusting that this may be of some service to you, I am
Yours very truly, 
Learreo Morris [[?]]
Assoc. Curator
Dr. George H. Pepper
Museum of the American Indian
Heye Foundation
155th St. and Broadway, N.Y.

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