Wm. Dallam Armes
request. I am therefore ready to do anything that you think will assure the success of our plans. I have spoken to a number of persons and feel sure that, if our dues are not made too high, we can open with a membership of twenty or twenty-five, enough for a nucleus. I have corresponded with the officers of the Alpine Club of Portland, and they will do all in their power to help us. I write now mainly to ask whether you think it would be better to call a meeting at once, or whether you consider it more advisable to wait until after the summer vacation, meanwhile interesting as many persons as possible in the idea. I send you in this mail a little work that I have lately reprinted. I hope that you will like it.Yours very sincerely,Wm. Dallam Armes.
University of California Berkeley, Calif
1891 May 15
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