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^[] DELEGATES OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE PAN-AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS TO BE HELD IN WASHINGTON DECEMBER 27, 1915, TO JANUARY 7, 1916. Hon. Judge GEORGE GRAY, Member of the International Permanent Court of Arbitration, Chairman of the Delegation. Dr. FRANZ BOAS, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University. Brigadier General WILLIAM H. BIXBY, U. S. A., Retired; Chairman, Section on Engineering, Second Pan American Scientific Congress. Dr. JOHN A. BRASHEAR, President of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Director of the Alleghany Observatory, and Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh. Hon. JOHN BARRETT, Director General Pan American Union; Secretary General, Second Pan American Scientific Congress. Dr. PHILANDER. P. CLAXTON, Commissioner of Education; Chairman, Section on Education, Second Pan American Scientific Congress. Mr. WILLIAM WALLACE CAMPBELL, Director of the Lick Observatory. President of the American Association for the Advance of Science. Dr. RICHARD C. CABOT, of the General Hospital of Boston, and Professor in the Harvard Medical School. Dr. HENRY B. FINE, Dean of the Department of Science, Princeton University. Mr. HENRY S. GRAVES, Chief of the Forest Service of the United States. Gen. WILLIAM C. GORGAS, Surgeon General, U. S. A.; Chairman, Section on Public Health and Medical Science, Second Pan American Scientific Congress. Dr. WILLIAM H. HOLMES, Head Curator, Smithsonian Institution; Chairman, Section on Anthropology, Second Pan American Scientific Congress. Mr. HENNEN JENNINGS, former President, London Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; Chairman, Section on Mining, Metallurgy, Economic-Geology, and Applied Chemistry, Second Pan American Scientific Congress.
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