Henry G. Bryant


John Muir


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American Alpine ClubCOUNCILORSPROF. JOSEPH N. LECONTEREV. HARRY P.NICHOLSPROF. HARRY FIELDING REIDPROF. A. LAWRENCE ROTCHPRESIDENTPROF. JOHN MUIRVICE-PRESIDENTSPROF. CHARLES E. FAYMR. HARRINGTON PUTNAMSECRETARYMR. HENRY G. BRYANT8O6 LAND TITLE BUILDINGPHILADELPHIATREASURERMR. GEORGE VAUX, JR.404 FRANKLIN BANK BUILDINGPHILADELPHIAPhiladelphia, Hot. 8, 1909.Prof. John Muir,Martines, Cal.My dear Professor:In accordance with the resolution passed at the Baltimore meeting, the next annual meeting and dinner of the Club will take place at Boston about Dec. 50th in connection with the winter meeting of the Am. Ass. Adv. of Science. The committee in charge of the Boston meeting will consist of Messrs. Fay, Rotch and Lawrence. A preliminary postal-card notice will be sent out to members within the next few days. I enclose two nominations for membership for your consideration. Please return to me prompt ly with your expression of opinion. Any suggestions as to the meeting or dinner will be gladly received. Trusting we may count on your attendance in Boston, I am,Sincerely yours,[illegible]04627


Philadelphia [Pa.]

Date Original

1909 Nov 8


Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.

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