J. H. McCormick
-4-15 West 81st. Street.Lunch at the Amer. Museum of Natural History.Afternoon--Section meetings.Evening--Social Session.September 14th, 1904.Wednesday Forenoon--10 a.m. General meeting.Lunch American Museum Natural History.Afternoon--2 P/m. Section meetings.Evening--8 P.M. Social session.September 15, 1904.Thursday 10 a.m. Trip up Hudson River. (Field meeting.)September 16, 1904.Friday.--Field meeting, Niagara Falls.September 17, 1904.Saturday--Chicago, Ill.September 19, 1904.Monday 10 a.m. Meeting with Congress of Arts and Science, St. Louis.September 20, 1904.Tuesday--Meeting of Geographic Congress.September 21, 1904.Wednesday-Close of Congress.FAR WEST EXCURSION.At the close Of the Congress, a Far West trip will be taken. The main trip will leave St. Louis September - 1*04, by way of St. Paul, Buluth, Portland, Oregon, fan Francisco, Los Angeles, to City of Mexico, Grand Canyon, to St. Louis and return to Washington, D. c where the President of the United States will receive the guests of the Congress.The cost of the trip from Wash. D. C. to St. Louis and return03361
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