J. H. McCormick
In issuing this Second Announcement, the Committee of Arrangements, again extends a cordial invitation to all persons interested In the science of geography, to become members of the Congress and participate in its proceedings.The plans of the Congress are nor far enough advanced to give definite information as to the sessions of the Congress.TIME OF MEETINGThe Congress will convene in Washington on Thursday September 8, 1904 at 10 a.m.Places of Meeting.All Scientific sessions of the Congress in Washington will be held in Columbia University, corner 15th. and H sts. north west.For convenience the sessions will be divided into three classes.General sessions, held in forenoon, section meetings, and social functlone.HEADQUARTERS.Until the meeting of the Congress, the office of the Congress will be in Hubbard Memorial Hall, the Home of the national Geographic Society, located at the corner of 16th. and M sts. north west, Washington, D. C.On Wednesday September 7th. 1904, the headquarters will be moved to the Arlington Hotel, Vermont Ave and H sts. north west.This hotel will be the Headquarters during the stay of the Congress in Washington and the Secretary and his Assistants will be in constant attendance for the purpose of registering members of the Congress and furnishing such information as may be desired.STRATION.All members and associates as well as these desoring to become members, are requested to register at Headquarters as soon as possible after their arrival in Washington, in order to register their names and addresses in Washington, thus facilitating the speedy
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