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W2139 TO DR. CALVIN MCQUESTEN: Invitation from the Dartmouth College Association of New York.
Jan 12 1893
To: Dr. Calvin McQuesten Asbury Park New Jersey
From: Dartmouth College 38 Park Row New York

Twenty-Ninth Annual Dinner
Of the
Dartmouth College Association of New York
[College Emblem]

Dear Sir- The members of the Dartmouth College Association of New York will meet for their Twenty-ninth Annual Dinner at Delmonico's, on Thursday evening, January 12, at seven o'clock sharp & business meeting at six-thirty.

You are cordially invited to attend, and the Secretary begs that you will take the trouble to reply to this invitation, at once, stating whether or not you intend to be present, as it is particularly important that the Committee of Arrangements should be informed at the earliest possible moment as to the probable number of guests. Your reply may be sent to the Treasurer.

The Association is subject to considerable expense, not covered by the price of the dinner, for music, printing, postage, etc., and all members are respectfully requested to note the following resolution passed at the meeting of the Board of Officers of the Association, held December 16, 1886:

"Resolved, That the Executive Board of the Dartmouth Association of New York earnestly appeals to all the members of the Association (whether or not they intend to be present at the Dinner) to show their interest in its welfare by forwarding the Annual Dues of One Dollar ($1.00) each, to Ernest H. Lines, M.D., Treasurer of the Association, No. 203 West Forty-fifth Street, New York."

Parties wishing to become members of the Association will also apply to the Treasurer, remitting dues as above.

Tickets for the Dinner may be obtained (and, if possible, should be obtained prior to the date of the Dinner) of the Treasurer, at $5.00 each.

In corresponding with the Treasurer or Secretary, please state your class. Whenever you change your address notify the Secretary.

Harold C. Bullard, Secretary,
No. 38 Park Row, New York City.

President: Sanford H. Steele,
Vice-Presidents: Henry L. Smith, William N. Cohen, Rev. Francis Brown,
Secretary: Harold C. Bullard,
Corresponding Secretary: Herbert S. Carpenter,
Treasurer: Ernest H. Lines, M.D.,
Musical Director: Addison F. Andrews,
Executive Committee: Edwin T. Rice,Chas. F. Matthewson, Chas. L. Dana, M.D., A. Palmer Dudley, M.D., Philip Carpenter, John I. Hopper, Clarence Howland.

Dr. Calvin McQuesten
Asbury Park, N.J.

Harold C. Bullard, Secretary,
38 Park Row, New York.

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