W[lliam] M. Sloane


John Muir


June 28. 1910STANWORTHPRINCETON, N.J.Dear Mr. Muir: There were contributed during the past year by its members for the expenses of the Academy of Arts and [Letters?] Five hundred and sixty five dollars. The [illegible] was as follows: Printing $268 06 Badges $30, Wreaths $36 Public Meeting $26 35 [illegible]cal Se[illegible] and [illegible]stage $66 69 Total $427 10 The balance therefore is $137 90The Treasurer was instructed by unanimous vote of the Academy to bring these facts to the attention of its members and a second time to receive such subscriptions as should be sent to him. He respectfully asks that if there be a reply it be sent with in the coming month.Very sincerely yoursProf W. M. Sloane. W. M. SloaneThere were twenty five contributions and their gifts ranged in size from five to fifty dollars.04818


Princeton, N. J.

Date Original

1910 Jun 28


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 19, Image 0575

Collection Identifier

Online finding aid for the microform version of the John Muir Correspondence

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