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57.|W.W. Short|Chickasaw|Oklahoma City
58.|Ben Dwight|Choctaw|Oklahoma City
59.|A. A. Exendine|Delaware|Oklahoma City
60.|Charles E. Grounds|Seminole|Oklahoma
61.|Perry Kennerly|Blackfeet|Washington, D. C.
62.|James Hawkins|Oglala Sioux|Pine Ridge, S. Dak.
63.|Frank Beaver|Winnebago|Nebraska
64.|Peru Farver|Choctaw|Green Bay, Wis.
65.|Maude Supernaw|Osage|Skiatook, Okla.
66.|George W. Kenote|Menominee|Wisconsin
67.|Leo M. Kennerly|Blackfeet|Browning, Mont.
68.|Mrs. Lena Campbell|Sioux|Welch, Minnesota
69.|Eugene Fisher|Northern Cheyenne|Lame,Deer, Montana
70.|Francis Issues|Northern Cheyenne|Lame Deer, Montana
71.|Eugene Littlecoyote|Northern Cheyenne|Lame Deer, Montana
72.|Clara Spotted Horse|Sioux|Little Eagle, S. D.
73.|Margaret Onebull Richards|Sioux - Standing Rock|Little Eagle, S. D.
74.|Harry Conroy|Oglala Soux|Pine Ridge, S. D.
75.|Mary E. Naranjo|Santa Clara Pueblo|Santa Clara
VISITORS FROM DENVER
76.|Noah Yank[crossedout]lan[crossed out]ton|Sioux|Denver, Colo
77.|Walter Scott Kennard|Sioux|Denver, Colo.
78.|Victor Casto|Mission|Denver, Colo.
79.|Charles E. Mawes|Potawatomi|Denver, Colo.
80.|Naomi Jenkins|Cherokee|Baulder, Colo.
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81.|Bertha Ann Daney|Choctaw|Denver 9, Colo.

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