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PAMPHLETS.

Association of the Bar, City of New York.— Annual Report, 1900.

Avery, S. P.— Bi-centennial Celebration of Hadley, 1859; Narrative of the
Prince de Broglie's Visit to America in 1782; Hotel Cluny of a New Eng-
land Village; Miscellaneous numbers of Ex-Libris Journal.

Beebe, A. L.— Principal Facts of Interest to the Breed Family.

Blish, J. K.— Index to Taintor's Colchester County Records.

Brigham, W. I. T.— Official Report of American Brigham Family Reunions;
Official Report American Tyler Family Gathering.

Britton, E. E.— Britton Genealogy.

Bryant, H. W.— Windham, Me., in the War of the Revolution.

Cameron, C. E.— The Old Homestead, a Poem.

Clark, A. S.— Roster David Waterbury, Jr.'s Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers.

Davis, A. McF.— Mrs. Lucretia Chandler Bancroft, a letter to her daughter,
Mrs. Gherardi.

Deats, H. E.— Kingwood Records; The Jerseyman, April, 1901.

Derby, S. C— Early Dublin, N. H.

King, Rufus.— Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries.

Lea, J. H.— Capt. Timothy Prout.

New York Historical Society.— Memorial of John Alsop King.

Parshall, J. C— James Parshall and His Descendants.

Parsons, A. R.— Cornet Joseph Parsons and His Descendants.

Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.— Publications, Vol. H., No. i.

Rice, F. P.— Worcester Record Book; Town Records of Auburn, Mass.;
Worcester Records, Proceedings at a Dinner to F. P. Rice; New Hamp-
shire Lake Region Inscriptions.

Sharpe, W. C— Vital Records of Seymour, Ct., Vol. III.

Sheltering Arms. — 36th Annual Report.

Society New York Hospital.— Annual Report, 1900.

Spalding, Dr. G. D.— Ephraim Webster.

Stiles, Dr. H. R.— Celebration 250th Anniversary Presbyterian Church, Wood-
bridge, N. J.; John Winchester; Sherman Genealogy; Genealogical Notes,
Whipple-Hill Families.

Stryker, Mrs. Wm. S.— Stryker, General; New Jersey Continental Line in
Virginia Campaign, 1781; New Jersey Continental Line in Indian Cam-
paign, 1779; The Massacre near Old Tappan; Trenton One Hundred
Years Ago; The Heroes of the Revolution; A Study of Geo. Washington;
The Affair at Egg Harbor, 1778; The Continental Army at the Crossing of
the Delaware; The Reed Controversy; The Conduct of Gen. Chas. Lee at
the Battle of Monmouth; The Battle of Trenton.

Tuttle Co.— Rutland, Vt.; Conference of Congegational Church, Vermont.

University of North Carolina.— Jas. Sprunt Historical Monographs, No. 2.

Ver Planck, Wm. G.— Van Borsum, Genealogy.

Wodell, Silas.— New York Chapter Colonial Order of the Acorn Prospectus.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Canfield, Wm. — Pedigree Chart Canfield Family.

Guild, Georgiana C. — Form for Genealogical Chart.

Haight, S. P.— Pedigree Chart of Princes of Wales; also of Haight Family.

Pumpelly, J. C. — Specimens of Fractional Currency and Scrip.



DONATIONS.

BOUND BOOKS.

Akerly, Lucy D,— History of Marlborough, N. Y.
American Bar Association. — 23d Annual Report.

American Historical Association. — Annual Report 1896, Vols. I. and H.
Anthon, Madeleine.— The Ancestry of Genevieve Jadot Anthon.
Austin, J. O.— Philip and Philippa.

Avery, S. P.— List of Early American Imprints in Massachusetts Historical
Society; General Orders of 1757; The Westbrook Papers; Inaugural
Souvenir.
Benton, J. H. Jr. — Samuel Slade Benton, his Ancestors and Descendants.
Blair, Mrs. Wm. — Blair Family of New England.
Blanchard, F. S. & Co.— Dickey Genealogy.
Carpenter, D. H.— Carpenter Genealogy.

Colonial Dames of Virginia. — Parish Rigister Christ Church, Middlesex Co., Va.
Comstock, VV. O.— New York State Legislative Manual, 1855.
Crissey, T. W.— History Norfolk, Ct.
Dewick, Mrs. S. A.— Ancestry of John S. Gustin.
Director New York State Library. — New York in the Spanish-American War,

Report of Adjt.-Gen., 3 vols.
Draper, T. Wain-Morgan. — Bemis History and Genealogy.
Ferris, M. P.— Constitution and By-Laws New York State Historical Association.
Field, Marshall. — Field Genealogy, 2 vols.
Fitch, Winchester.— Memorial of Morgan L. Smith; Kensington, A City within

a City; Memorial of Harrison Phoebus.
Grolier Club. — Year Book, 1901.

Hastings, Hugh.— Public Papers of George Clinton, Vol. IV.
Hoffman, E. M.— Annual Report Adjt.-Gen., State of New York.
Holmes, C. H.— Genealogical Descendants of William Wood.
Jameson, Rev. E. O. — The Jamesons in America.

Little, Brown & Co.— Old Landmarks and Historic Personages of Boston.
Macmillan Co.— South Carolina in the Revolution.
Merriam, C. P. — Merriam Genealogy.
Nelson, Wm. — New Jersey Archives, Vol. XX.
Pennsylvania Society of New York. — Year Book, 1900.
Prentis, Edw.— Ye Ancient Buriall Place of New London, Ct.
Prudden, T. M.— Peter Prudden.

Pumpelly, J. C— Duplicate Volumes of New York Historical Society Collections.
Rich, Chas. — The Townsends.

Rikeman, A. A.— The Evolution of Stuyvesant Village.
Ruggles, H. S.— Revolutionary Ancestry of H. S. Ruggles.
S. Nicholas Club.— Year Book, 1901.
Scales, John.— Historical Memoranda of Dover, N. H.
Sherman, Roger.— Year Book Society Colonial Wars, State of Illinois.
Stiles, Dr. H. R.— History of Monroe Co., Iowa; Descendants of Wm. Low of
Boston; Records Births, Marriages and Deaths, Hanover, Mass.; Old
Richland Families; De Camp Genealogy; History Murrayfield, Mass.;
Lieut. Wm. Barton and Descendants; Gifford Genealogy.
Sturges, A. N.— Sturges Genealogy.
Suffolk Register of Deeds.— Suffolk Deeds, Liber. XI.
Tapley, Miss H.— Tapley Genealogy.
Tuttle Co.— Lowell Genealogy; A Faithful Life (Rev. Aldner Walker); looth

Anniversary Rutland County Grammar School.
Union League Club — Year Book, 1901.
Wallace, J^ H.— Riggs Family Genealogy.
Weld, Hattie B. — Borden Genealogy.
Wilson, Mrs. M. C. C— Gibson Genea ogy.
Wintermute, J. P. — Wmtermute Family History.
Woods, Rev. E.— History Albermarle Co., Va.



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President . . . HENRY REED STILES, A.M., M.D.

First Vice-President, . THOMAS GRIER EVANS.
Second Vice-President, CLARENCE WINTHROP BOWEN.
Secretary and Librarian, HIRAM CALKINS, Jr.
Treasurer, . . . HENRY PIERSON GIBSON.
Registrar OF Pedigrees, WINCHESTER FITCH.

Necrologist . . Rev. MELATIAH EVERETT DWIGHT.M.D.

Historian, . ' . . .Dr. WILLIAM GRAY SCHAUFFLER.

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The object of this Society is the discovery, procuring, preservation and
perpetuation of whatever may relate to American Genealogy, Biography and
Local History; and it aims to cover the field of genealogical and biographical
research more thoroughly than has been done by the public libraries or societies
devoted to one particular locality or period.

The Society was founded and incorporated in 1869. For nearly twenty
years it occupied modest quarters in Mott Memorial Hall, No. 64 Madison
Avenue. In October, 1888, rooms were secured in the Berkeley Lyceum, No.
23 West 44th Street, where the Society remained until May, 1896, when the
present building was purchased through the generous bequest of Mrs. Eliza-
beth Underbill Coles and the substantial assistance of some of the members.

The Society building. No. 226 West 58th Street, is a handsome five-story
structure, with an attractive entrance, and, having lately undergone extensive
alterations and repairs, is admirably suited to the uses of the Society. It
contains a lecture hall handsomely decorated and well lighted, heated and
ventilated, with a seating capacity of one hundred and seventy-five persons;
a fire-proof library specially constructed with a view to safety, light, quiet and
convenience, and an attractive room for general Society purposes open to
members and their friends. .

The Society has, by careful and capable management, steadily improved,
and has at present assets amounting to nearly $50,000.00, and a good income
from dues and rentals ; it is under the management of a Board of Trustees
elected by the members for alternating periods of three years.

The membership of the Society, comprising a large number of our best
known and prominent citizens, is made up of Annual, Life and Honorary Mem-
bers. Annual Members pay an entrance fee of $10.00, and the sum of $5.00 per
year dues. Life Members pay $50.00 in lieu of all dues and fees.

Persons desirous of becoming members of the Society may address the
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rooms and to the privileges of the Society.

The Library has upon its shelves over five thousand volumes of Geneal-
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and' unbound books on these subjects, as well as many manuscripts of value.
It is open to members and visitors from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. on week days and
holidays, and from 8 to 10 P. M. on Mondays, except during the months of
August and September. • , •

Regular Meetings of the Society, at which addresses of historical interest
are delivered, are held on the second Friday evening of each month, except
June, July, August and September.

The Society has progressed steadily in its particular sphere, and has been
the means of awakening interest in many persons heretofore ignorant of or
indifferent to their ancestral history; during the past decade this interest has
greatlv increased, and has resulted in bringing to light and preservation many
records of value. Beginners in the Genealogical field will find that the Society
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First Vice-President, . THOMAS GRIER EVANS
Second Vice-President, JAMES JUNIUS GOODWIN.
Secretary AND Librarian, HIRAM CALKINS, Jr
Treasurer . . HENRY PIERSON GIBSON.

Registrar OF Pedigrees, Rev. MELATIAH EVERETT DWIGHT, M.D.
Necrologist . . ELLSWORTH ELIOT, M.D.

msTORiAN, : . . JOHN VAN SCHAICK LANSING PRUYN.

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HERBERT D LLOYD. SAMOEL PUTNAM AVERY. Dr. HENRY R. STILES.

The object of this Society is the discovery, procuring, preservation and
perpetuation of whatever may relate to American Genealogy, Biography and
Local History; and it aims to cover the field of genealogical and biographical
research more thoroughly than has been done by the public libraries or societies
devoted to one particular locality or period.

The Society was founded and incorporated in 1869. For nearly twenty
years it occupied modest quarters in Mott Memorial Hall, No. 64 Madison
Avenue. In October, 1888, rooms were secured in the Berkeley Lyceum, No.
-yi West 44th Street, where the Society remained until May, 1896, when the
present building was purchased through the generous bequest of Mrs. Eliza-
beth Underbill Coles and the substantial assistance of some of the members.

The Society building, No. 226 West 58th Street, is a handsome five-story
structure, with an attractive entrance, and, having lately undergone extensive
alterations and repairs, is admirably suited to the uses of the Society. It
contains a lecture hall handsomely decorated and well lighted, heated and
ventilated, with a seating capacity of one hundred and seventy-five persons;
a tire-proof library specially constructed with a view to safety, light, quiet and
convenience, and an attractive room for general Society purposes open to
members and their friends. .... ,

The Society has, by careful and capable management, steadily improved,
and has at present assets amounting to nearly $50,000.00, and a good income
from dues and rentals ; it is under the management of a Board of Trustees
elected by the members for alternating periods of three years.

The membership of the Society, comprising a large number of our best
known and prominent citizens, is made up of Annual, Life and Honorary Mem-
bers. Annual Members pay an entrance fee of $10.00, and the sum of $5.00 per
year dues. Life Members pay $50.00 in lieu of all dues and fees.

Persons desirous of becoming members of the Society may address the
Executive Committee. Members have the right of introducing visitors to the
rooms and to the privileges of the Society.

The Library has upon its shelves over five thousand volumes of Geneal-
ogy, Biography and Local History, and nearly thrice that number of pamphlets
and' unbound books on these subjects, as well as many manuscripts of value.
It is open to members and visitors from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. on week days and
holidays, and from 8 to 10 P. M. on Mondays, except during the months of
August and September. ■ , ■

Regular Meetings of the Society, at which addresses of historical interest
are delivered, are held on the second Friday evening of each month, except
June, Julv, August and September.

The Society has progressed steadily in its particular sphere, and has been
'the means of awakening interest in many persons heretofore ignorant of or
indifferent to their ancestral history; during the past decade this interest has
greatlv increased, and has resulted in bringing to light and preservation many
records of value. Beginners in the Genealogical field will find that the Society
with its collections, its "Record," and the accumulated experience of its mem-
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