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[[preprinted]] Goucher College
Baltimore, Maryland [[/preprinted]]

May 3, 124

My dear Mr. Schmitt:

Such a seine as you mention is to be had at the laboratory, so it will not be necessary to add that to your equipment.

Send me a tiny sample of wire netting of the mesh you desire, or if more convenient make a bit of a sketch showing it natural size, and it can be forwarded to Mills, who will do the rest.

Don't worry about the bulk of your luggage. However great it may be it will be transported without the least difficulty.

I am very glad to note the detail with which you are organizing your campaign, and feel confident that very little will escape you.

With best wishes,

Sincerely yours,

[[underlined]] ^[[W. H. Longley]] [[/underlined]]

Mr. Waldo L. Schmitt,
U.S. National Museum,
Washington, D.C.
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