J. H. McCormick


John Muir


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-2-by way of Philadelphia, New York, 11 agar a, and Chicago will cost $95.35 for railroad faro, sleepers$---.The cost of the Few West trip will be $---and will include railroad fare, sleeping ear, meals &o.The foreign delegates will be the guests of the Congress and receive free transportation from Washington to St. Louis and be entertained enroute.MEMBERSHIP.Members of the Congress will be entitled to participate in all sessions and excursions, and to attend all social meetings In honor of the Congress; they will alee (whether in attendance or net) receive their publication of the Congress, including the dally program sad the final Compte Rendu, or volume of proceedings. Membership may be acquired by members of Geographie and cognate Societies on payment of $5 (25 francs, one pound, or 20 marks) to the Committee of arrangements. Persons net members of such Societies may acquire membership by a similar payment and election by the Presidency. Ladies and minors accompanying members may be registered as Associates on payment of $2.50 (12 1/2 francs, or 10 shillings, or 10 marks); they shall enjoy all privileges of Meters except the rights of voting and of receiving publications.Geographers and their friends desirous of attending the Congress or receiving its publications are requested to signify their intention at the earliest practicable date in order that subsequent announcements may be sent them without delay, and that requisite arrangements for transportation may be effected. On receipt of subscriptions, Members and Associate's tickets will be mailed to the subscribers. The privileges of the Congress, including the excursions and the social gatherings, can be extended only to holders of tickets.03361


Washington, D.C.

Date Original

1904-05-28 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 14, Image 0166

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Page 6


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