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January 24, 1924. Miss Lillian Hathway Maerns, 110 Johnson Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dear Madam:- In replying to your very courteous letter would say that we have a rather complete series of Hopi baskets and, in fact most of the Hopi artifacts are represented in our collections. Should we need anything in this line I shall be glad to write for further lists and prices. It was kind of Mr. Mac Creagh to ask you to call at the museum and I am sorry that you could not find time to make the trip as I am sure you would have found such in the way of rare specimens to interest you. Thanking you for your interest I am, Very truly yours,
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