Howard Palmer


John Muir


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THEAMERICAN ALPINE CLUBPRESIDENTHON. HARRINGTON PUTNAM VICE PRESIDENTSMR. HENRY G. BRYANT PROF. JOSEPH N. LECONTESECRETARYMR. HOWARD PALMER NEW LONDONCONN.TREASURER MR. ALLSTON BURR60 STATE STREETBOSTON COUNCILORSMR. FRANK W. FREEBORN PROF. EDWARD C. PICKERINGPROF. HARRY FIELDING REIDPROF. A. LAWRENCE ROTCH Page 2to you to represent it on this occasion. If its former President can find it convenient to accept this mission. I am sure that it will afford the Club much gratification. Upon receipt of your reply, I will communicate with the Secretary of the Interior, and request that further particulars he forwarded, if necessary. Very truly yours, [illegible]Seoretary.05275


New London, Conn.

Date Original

1912 Sep 17


Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 20, Image 1313

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