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American Ethnological Society
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OFFICE OF THE RECORDING SECRETARY
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK CITY

March 2nd, 1905.

George H. Pepper, Esq.,
American Museum of Natural History,
New York City.
My dear Sir:
I have the honor to inform you that at the regular annual meeting of the American Ethnological Society, held at the American Museum of Natural History on Monday evening, February 27th, you were unanimously elected Treasurer of the Society for the ensuing year.
Yours very truly,
Livingston Farrand 
Recording Secretary.

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