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THE COMMANDANT OF THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
WASHINGTON
8 November 1934

Dear Doctor Waugh:

Sorry I missed you when you called yesterday afternoon. Would have been happy to have had a chat with you and to have talked over Alaskan matters, a subject close to the heart or both of us. Mr. Myers told me of your plans to carry on some further work in that region next year in which undertaking you have my best wishes.

Also, I want to thank you for your kindness in furnishing this office with colored lantern slides of Admiral Billard and myself. I am having them placed in the collection we have here for use in giving illustrated lectures on the Service.

With kindest regards, 
Sincerely,
H G Hamlet
Rear Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard

Doctor L.M. Waugh
576 Fifth Avenue 
New York City
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