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January 21, 1924.

Mr. H. T. Palm, 
24 Helcyon Aroade, 
Miami, Florida. 

My dear Mr. Palm:-
Your letter just received and it recalled the pleasant time I had going over your material when you had it in Mr. Hoopers rooms. We are still interested in the Indian specimens but not in the medals.
I hope you can save us a list of the specimens that you think might interest us, with price of each, and we can then decide whether there would be enough to warrent your sending the material here on appoval.We have so much material now that the gaps are becoming less noticeable but there will always be some pieces that will help to strengthen the series already on hand.
Thanking you for offering to send us material and awaiting your pleasure, I am,
Very truly yours,
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