ID# 878:
C. Davenport response to R. Roy, about albinism
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American Philosophical Society, ERO, MSC77,Ser I,box 26

878. 1393 124a 6 September 26, 1908. Mr. Robert Roy, Care Jennie Kuhn, 341 West 24th Street, New York, N. Y. Dear Sir;- I thank you for your letter of September 24th enclosing the four blanks received. These will be of some use to me but I regret that you have not been able to supply any addresses as I should like to get further information concerning relatives from the people concerned. I enclose two dollars in consideration of your services so far. I also send you eight more blanks which I should be glad to have you fill out in the same way. I trust you will lose no opportunity to make inquiries among friends as to other albinoes or as to the address of other albinoes that you may already know. Yours truly, Enclosures: 8 blanks and $2 bill
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