William D. Armes
01598[Sept. 18?] [letterhead]My dear Mr. Muir,As you have probably seen by the Chronicle of Sept. 17th our first meeting was very successful. We had a very good audience, and I think made a very favorable impression. Several joined that night and several more since then so that today we have one-hundred-and-sixty-two names on our roll. Everyone greatly regretted your absence, which was the more unfortunate because neither Mr. Olney nor Prof. [Bronner?] was on hand. Prof. Serger, therefore, presided. I am now at work on the publication of the by-laws and list of members, and write to call your attention to the fact that certain committees should be appointed by you as President. There is an auditing committee of three Directors, and a com-
University of California Berkeley
[1892 Sep 18]
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