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THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS HEADQUARTERS AT THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION WASHINGTON 25, D. C. To AAM Members an Friends: You are cordially invited to take part in the forthcoming AAM GOLDEN JUBILEE MEETING at Washington, D.C., June 1-3, 1955. The meeting's theme is "Inter-American Cultural Relations." Secretary General Carlos Davila of the Organization of American States will make the opening address. There will be an evening at the Pan American Union with Vice President Nixon attending. The three days, Wednesday thru Friday, of sessions and entertainment will be full days. All who have plans of their own for the Washington visit are advised to come early in the week. Registration will start at hotel headquarters on the day before the meeting. Final registration will be early Wednesday morning, immediately after which the first session will begin with the keynote address. Hotel Statler, Washington 13, D.C. is hotel headquarters. Reservations should be made as soon as possible, direct to the Hotel. There is no reservation form; write or wire indicating time of arrival and any preference as to rate. Current issues of The Museum News, from April 1, will give room rates. The enclosed postcard is for return at your earliest convenience. Please help with the best information you can muster at this time. Non-members are welcome at the meeting either as delegates or guests. No one needs a further invitation. Museums in and about Washington extend special invitations for the week of the meeting, and museums in nearby cities urge all who can come on the way to or from Washington to visit them. This anniversary meeting will be long remembered. Plan to be with us and to bring your colleagues and museum friends. LAURENCE VAIL COLEMAN Director ^[[american assoc. of mus.]]
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