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[[preprinted]] Hayman Road South Bentley 6102 Telephone 68 5511 Telex AA 92983 Department of Physics [[/preprinted]] [[image - preprinted logo of five mineral structures]] [[preprinted]] Western Australian Institute of Technology. [[/preprinted]] [[line across page]] [[preprinted]] File No.: [[/preprinted]] JRdel:PH [[preprinted]] Reply to: Your Ref.: [[/preprinted]] 27 July 1976 Dr. B Mason Department of Mineral Sciences Smithsonian Institution Washington D.C. U.S.A. Dear Brian The WA Museum is hoping to establish a facility for cutting large iron meteorites in Perth. In the past we have been dependent on other organisations to cut these meteorites for us. I wonder if you could send me any information on the wiresaw you use for this purpose, so that we can build one and set it up in the WA Museum. Hoping you can help us. I am Yours sincerely [[signature]] ^[[John R de Laeter]] [[/signature]] John R. de Laeter Member [[underlined]] WA METEORITE ADVISORY COMMITTEE [[/underlined]] ^[[Roy: Would you reply to this, Please? [[underlined]] BM [[/underlined]] ]]
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