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March 3, 1924. Dr. Alas Hrdlicka, National Museum, Washington, D.C. My dear Doctor Hrdlicka I want to thank you for your prompt and very satisfying answer to my letter concerning Mexican photographs. The information is exactly what I want and my only regret is that the letter has remained unanswered for so many days. Have been confined to my bed with an attack of influenza and today is the first in two weeks that I have been out. Am taking the very first opportunity to thank you for your kindness. Hoping that we miy have the pleasure of seeing you in the near future I am, Sincerely yours,
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