J. H. McCormick
-3-preparation of printed lists and the delivery of nail. As members register they will receive the badge of the Congress. PROGRAM.The fed loving general program for the Congress has bean adopted.September 7, 1904.1. Wednesday evening--Informal reception at Hubbard Memorial Hall by President National Geographic Society.September 8, 1904 at 8 p.m..2. Thursday Forenoon--10 a.m. Opening of the Congress, Columbian University Hall.Afternoon--2 p.m. Section Meetings.3. Evening 8 p.m. Illustrated lectures.4. Friday Forenoon-10 a.m. General Session.5. Afternoon--2 p.m. Section meetings.6. 5 p.m. Reception Twin Oaks by Mrs. G. G. Hubbard.7. Evening---8 p.m. Reception & Lecture.September 10, 1904.8. Saturday Forenoon-10 a.m. General session.9. Afternoon--2 p.m. Seeing Washington.Reception at Smithsonian.110. Evening--8 p.m. Reception by President of Congress.September 11, 1904Sunday--Provision will be made for entertainment on Sunday.September 12, 1904.Monday--8 a.m. Leave for Phil a. on Pa. R. R.The Congress will be entertained by the. Philadelphia Geographic Society with field meetings and Reception at night.September 13, 1904.Tuesday--Arrive in How York.Forenoon--General session in Amer. George. Society Bldg.03341
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