W[illiam] W[allace] Campbell


John Muir


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PACIFIC COST COMMITTEEOF THE< br >AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE< br >< br >Mt. Hamilton. June 9. 1914. < br >< br >My dear Dr. Muir:- < br >< br >The American Association for the Advancement of Science has decided to hold a general meeting of the Association in San Francisco and vicinity on the occasion of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. In 1915, and has appointed 8 Pacific Coast Committee of thirty-one members to make the necessary arrangements. It has "been decided that:< br >1. The sessions of the meeting shall begin on Monday. August 2nd, and terminate on Saturday, August 7th.2. The general sessions of the meeting shall be held in San Francisco. < br >3. The general evening lectures shall be delivered in San Francisco. < br >4. The sessions for the presentation of addresses and papers in the separate divisions of science shall be held chiefly at the University of California. < br >5. Sessions for the presentation of addresses and papers in the separate divisions of science shall be held on one day at Stanford University. < br >The Pacific Coast Committee desires to have the general support of a Committee of One Hundred, whose members are chosen from amongst those who may be said to represent best the Intellectual life< br >< br >05770


Mt. Hamilton [Calif.]

Date Original

1914 Jun 9


Original letter dimensions: 28 x 43 cm.

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Reel 22, Image 0377

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