C. Davenport response to A. Sweetzer, about tall stature
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C. Davenport response to A. Sweetzer, about tall stature

[marginalia]A:025-87[end marginalia] April 18, 1928. Mr. Arthur L. Sweetzer, The Kenyon Company, 260 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. Dear Sir: Your letter and accompanying paper received. In order to make your story complete, we should be glad to have you send us the stature of your wife and that of her brothers and sisters, if any, and as nearly as can be given, the stature of her father and mother. Also please send the stature of your father. The case interests us a good deal as we have work upon inheritance of stature. Sincerely yours, Chas. B. Davenport, Director. CBD/IB Do not file until more data is rec'd JUN 22 1928

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