Jan 2 1893
G. E. Lumsden, Esq.
Corresponding Secretary of the
Astronomical and Physical Society of Toronto.
My Dear Mr. Lumsden,
I beg to thank you very sincerely for your letter of December 26th. It will give me great pleasure to become a Corresponding member of your society, the good work of which is well known to me. I feel however this hesitation – that I am a member now of more societies than I can do justice to, and my correspondence must be limited - but if you can overlook an apparent lack of interest due to this cause, I shall be glad to have my name enrolled on your list.
Yours very sincerely,
James E. Keeler.
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