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AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION WALTER HOUGH, PRESIDENT U.S. NATIONAL MUSEUM WASHINGTON, D.C. A.V. KIDDER, SECRETARY-TREASURER 215 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS J.R. SWANTON, EDITOR SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION WASHINGTON, D.C. Andover, Mass. Jan. 16, 1924. Dr. Geo. H. Pepper Museum of the American Indian Broadway at 155th St. New York, N.Y. Dear Pepp:- I got your letter and Mr. Haynes' order for a full set in the same mail. I am greatly obliged to you and have written the publishers to take special care in forwarding it complete. It is very encouraging to get help like this. Am looking forward with great pleasure to the Navajo blanket book. Very sincerely yours, A.V. Kidder
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