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February 20, 1925. Dr. J. C. Merriam, President, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. My dear Dr. Merriam, I cannot begin to thank you for your most encouraging letter of January twenty eighth and I am happy to bee able to say that the Museum authorities have granted me permission to spend the month of June at Tortugas. With my best regards to you. Sincerely,
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