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4. #100. prepare. You can work up a new one with Saville and he can give you a list of members of the A.A.A.S., Section H. and outsiders who might be [[strikethrough]] inte [[/strikethrough]] interested. This with the list of Anthropological Asso. members, which you already have, will cover the ground completely. You will note an underscore in the letter from Dr. Howard. This concerns the address of the retiring vice-president. As this is Saville he can arrange for papers concerning his subject as Gordon, Holmes, and Bowditch will probably offer papers and they are in a position to make same cover some phase of Mexican explorations. Perhaps Mrs. Nuttall will be in the East at that time. If so she could add her paper to the subject which will no doubt be before the meeting at that time. You will note that the full program must be in the hands of the Permanent Secretary before the 15th. of December as I have mentioned elsewhere. This will mean some rapid work as the circular letters must be sent out and replies received in time to make out the scheme for the meeting of each day. This point should be mentioned very strongly in the circular letter. In former years a paper that was left out on the program for one day could be inserted in that of the next. As there is to be but one program this year the title of the paper must be in your hands by the 10th. of December or it will not appear on the program. Howard states that the preliminary announcement will be sent out about the first of November. I will write him to send all communications to you as you will be acting secretary during my absence. The meeting
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