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Excerpt from Memoirs of Robert Dollar: December, 1921
Dr. E. Wisher was the professor. The endowment has been named The Robert Dollar Chair.
In looking over my diary, I find the following entry on the first of January: I commence the year in humble and perfect trust in God's guidance in all that is before me during all of this year.
Getting together a number of San Franciscans that were interested in the trade of China, we formed what was called The China Commercial Club, at the first meeting of which there were forty prominent merchants present. 'the object of the club was to increase and further develop the trade be tween China and the United States, particularly the Pacific Coast. It turned out to be successful in after years, and in creased not only the trade, but the friendship between the two countries, as many distinguished men were entertained.
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