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THE CHRONICLES OF AMERICA PICTURE CORPORATION 522 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY GEORGE PARMLY DAY, President. ELTON PARKS, Vice President. ARTHUR H. BROOK, Vice President and Treasurer. ROBERT E. MacALARNEY, Production Manager. JOHN J. REILLY, Secretary. MAX FARRAND, PH.D. FRANK ELLSWORTH SPAULDING, PH.D. NATHANIEL WRIGHT STEPHENSON EDITORS IN CHIEF PRODUCTIONS CONTROLLED BY THE COUNCIL'S COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS OF YALE UNIVERSITY MR. George Pepper, Museum of the American Indian, Broadway at 155th Street, New York. My dear Mr. Pepper, I appreciate very much your kindness in looking up the question of Shawnee and Huron bows for us. We had been informed previously that they would not have exceeded four feet in length, but I understand from you that we may use bows of five feet. Thanking you for your courtesy I am Very sincerely yours, (Mrs.) Mary Atwell Moore
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