Report of Historical Landmarks Committee of the Native Daughters Golden West (Classic Reprint)

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To the Officers and Members, Grand Parlor, N. D. G. W., San Francisco, California: deab sisters: It is with feelings of satisfaction and anticipation that your Committee on Historical Landmarks presents this, its first annual report. At the last session of the Grand Parlor, in Sacramento, 1901, a resolution was passed, introduced by Lilly 0. Reichling of Ursula N o. 1, relating to Historical Landmarks, and signed by P. G. P. Belle W. Conrad, and Eliza D. Keith of Alta Parlor, No. 3. The resolu tion called for the appointment of a committee of three, to communicate with the Subordinate Parlors with a view to gaining information regard ing California historical landmarks and relics, and to submit to the next Grand Parlor a plan for utilizing this information, and for taking steps to preserve such historic landmarks and relies. The resolution also expressed the desire of the Grand Parlor to cc-operate with persons, and with societies engaged in historical research. It also. Invoked the aid of the press.

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