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Registered Cable and Telegraphic Address: Tregaskis London Telephone No. Museum 660
RARE BOOKS MANUSCRIPTS DRAWINGS & PRINTS
JAMES TREGASKIS (Removed from 232 High Holborn)
CAXTON HEAD
66 GREAT RUSSELL STREET W.C.1.
(Facing the British Museum)
London 18th March 1924
George H. Pepper, Esq., 
The Museum of the American Indian, 
Broadway at 155th Street
New York City, 
U.S.A.
Dear Sir,
I am favoured by your letter of the 6th instant in which you refer to Thomas Hariot's Briefs and True Report of Virginia.
At the present moment I have not another copy of the book in stock, but I am now searching for one, and hope to report it in the near future.
Your request for quotations of Americana has been duly noted and should I get any items of outstanding interest I will let you know.
I am, Dear Sir,
Yours faithfully
James Tregaskis Jr.
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