The MountaineersDIB1ICTOBS.Prof. Edmond S. Mea ny, President, 4025 10th Ave. N. E.Frank S. Southard, Vice President, 55 Haller Bldgr.Charles M. Farrer, Secretary, 522 Pioneer Bldg.Dr. E. F. Stevens, Treasurer, 1505 E. Madison.Miss Lulie Nettleton, Historian, 1806 8th Ave. West.Asahel Curtis, 627 Colman Bldgr.L. A. Nelson, 522 New York Blk.John A. Best, Jr., Bremerton, Wn.Prof. J. B. Flett, 107 N. Tacoma Ave., Tacoma, Wn.Rev. F. J. Van Horn, 923 James St.Miss Alida J. Blgelow, 1139 Eighteenth Ave. N.A. J. Craven, 1120 Garden St., Bellingham.secretary's office:522 PIONEER BUILDINGPHONE MAIN 2958MISS ANNA HOWARD.ASSISTANT SECY1709 39TH AVEOUTING OONRJINI.ASAHEL CURTIS.L. A. NELSON.CHARLES M. FARRER.PUBLICATION COMMITTEE.MISS LULIE NETTLETON.E. A. CHILDS.MISS MARY BANKS.HOUSE COMMITTEE.PROF. HENRY LANDES.MRS. VESTA E. STEVENS.DR. E. W. YOUNG.PROGRAM COMMITTEE.H. C. BELT.GEO. E. WRIGHT.MISS HATTIE A. STRANG.SEATTLE, WASH.,Sept.. 15,lS0t'Mr. John Muir,Pres. Sierro Club,San Fr?ncisco, Gel.My Dear Mr. Muir:As a representative of the Mountaineers, the northern mountain clab of the Pacific coast, I would like to ask you. to write a few lines of greeting to the Mountainecrs for publiestion in the coming issue of our bulletin. We have just finished our third year of mountain work with splendid success, and have climbed a mountain which you know qyuite well, Mt. Rainier and were fortunate in having in our party a man who climbed with you, Major E. S. Ingraham.We of the Pacific Coast have learned to look to you for the finest things of our mountains, and if you could favor us at this time with a short line of personal greeting to our club, it would help us very much and would also increase the feeling of friendleness between your club and ours. The two clubs have so much in common and so many friends in common that it seems that we ought to know each other better then we do.Yours very truly,[illegible]Ghairman Outing Committee MOUNTAINEERS.627.[illegible]045854 n j - C< / QXlx
1909 Sep 15
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