Henry G. Bryant
Eighth International Geographic CongressCOMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTSW J McGEE JNO.JOY EDSON J.H.McCORMICKCHAIRMAN TREASURER SECRETARYEIGHTH INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CONGRESSCOMMITTEE ON SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMW. M. DAVIS, Chairman, Cambridge, Mass. R. E. DODGE, New YorkW M. LIBBEY, Secretary, Princeton, N. J. HENRY GANNETT, WashingtonC C. ADAMS, New York G. K. GILBERT, WashingtonHENRY G. BRYANT, Philadelphia A. HEILPRIN, Philadelphiacommunicated to the Secretary with as little delay as possible, so that they may be inserted in the preliminary program to be issued in June.I have been asked to communicate with those distinguished in Mountain Exploration and Alpinism-with the object of securing their interest in the Congress,Your name has naturally occured to me in this connection, A number of prominent mountaineers have expressed their intention to attend and present papers, and it would be gratifying if you also could arrange to favor the meeting with your presence.With kind regards, believe meYour very truly,[illegible]2013 Walnut Street,Philadelphia, Pa.
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