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C. Davenport letter to R. Roy, about albinism
Date:
1916
Pages:1 of 1
Source:
American Philosophical Society, ERO, MSC77,Ser I,box 26
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C. Davenport letter to R. Roy, about albinism

Mr. Robert Roy 341 West 24th St. N.Y.C. 1393 New York:- Dear Sir:-- I acknowledge the receipt from you of three additional blanks concerning albinos. I will take up the matter of ancestry with the persons at the addresses you suggest. Did you speak to me of a colony of Albinos in Massachusetts? If you know anything about such a colony I should be glad to learn where it is located. [illegible handwriting] I am sending you two dollars in consideration of your additional services. Yours truly,

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