Harold A. Caparn
American Society of Landscape ArchitectsEXECUTIVE COMMITTEEHAROLD A. CAPARN, President,156 Fifth Avenue, New YorkWARREN H. MANNING, Vice-President, 101 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. CHARLES DOWNING LAY. Secretary,103 Park Avenue, New YorkHENRY V. HUBBARD, Treasurer,101 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. FERRUCCIO VITALE, 1913,St. James Building, New YorkJAMES STURGIS PRAY, 1914,50 Garden Street, Cambridge, Mass.PERCIVAL GALLAGHER, 1915,Brookline, Mass.156 Fifth Avenue, New YorkJ.M.-2-to a cause which we consider to he really inseparable from those to which your lifework has been devoted. I would be very glad to call upon you by your appointment and lay the question before you in greater detail.Trusting that you will be able to speak for us at any length and from any point of view you may see fit, I amVery truly yours,[illegible]05168
1912 Apr 4
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