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of the Board of Trustees.

Section 4. All receipts from life and perpetual memberships shall be
set aside and vested as a special fund, the income only to be used for
current expenses.

Section 5. Associate, Honorary and Corresponding Members and
persons who hold Perpetual Membership shall be exempt from the pay-
ment of dues.

Section 6. The Board of Trustees shall have power to excuse the
non-payment of dues, and to suspend or expel members for non-payment
when their dues remain unpaid for more than six months.

Section 7. Historical societies, educational institutions of all
kinds, libraries, learned societies, patriotic societies, or any incorporated
or unincorporated association for the advancement of learning and intel-
lectual welfare of mankind, shall be considered a "person" under Section
1 of this article.

ARTICLE VII.

Meetings.

Section 1. The annual meeting of the Association shall be held at
such time and place as shall be fixed by the Board of Trustees. A notice
of said meeting shall be sent to each member at least ten days prior
thereto.

Section 2. Special meetings of the Association may be called at any
time by the Board of Trustees and must be called upon the written re-
quest of ten members. The notice of such meeting shall specify the ob-
ject thereof, and no business shall be transacted thereat excepting that
designated in the notice.

Section 3. Ten members shall constitute a quorum at any meeting
of the Association.

ARTICLE VIII.

Seal.

The seal of the Association shall be a group of statuary representing
the Mohawk Chief, King Hendrick, in the act of proving to Gen. William
Johnson the unwisdom of dividing his forces on the eve of the battle of
Lake George. Around this a circular band bearing the legend, New York
State Historical Association, 1899.

ARTICLE IX.
Amendments.

Amendments to the Constitution may be made at any annual meeting.



BY-LAWS 451

or at a special meeting called for that purpose. Notice of a proposed
amendment with a copy thereof must have been mailed to each member
at least thirty days before the day upon which action is taken thereon.

The adoption of an amendment shall require the favorable vote of
two-thirds of those present at a duly-constituted meeting of the Asso-
ciation.



BY-LAWS.

ARTICLE I.

Members.

Candidates for membership in the Association shall be proposed by
one member and seconded by another, and shall be elected by the Board
of Trustees. Three adverse votes shall defeat an election.

ARTICLE II.
Board of Trustees.

Section 1. The Board of Trustees may make such rules for its own
government as it may deem wise, and which shall not be inconsistent
with the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association. Five members of
the Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

Section 2. The Board of Trustees shall elect one of its own number
to preside at the meeting of the Board in the absence of the President.

Section 3. The Board of Trustees shall at each annual meeting of the
Association render a full report of its proceedings during the year last
past.

Section 4. The Board of Trustees shall hold at least one meeting
each year, beside the meetings held during the annual meeting of the
Association.

ARTICLE III.

President.

The President shall preside at all meetings of the Association and of
the Board of Trustees, and perform such other duties as may be delegated
to him by the Association or the Board of Trustees. He shall be ex-oflBcio
a member of all committees.

ARTICLE IV.

Vice-Presidents.

The Vice-Presidents shall be denominated First, Second and Third
Vice-Presidents. In the absence of the President his duties shall de-
volve upon the senior Vice-President.



452 NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION

ARTICLE V.
Treasurer.

Section 1. The Treasurer shall have charge of all the funds of the
Association. He shall keep accurate books of account, which shall at all
times be open to the inspection of the Board of Trustees. He shall pre-
sent a full and comprehensive statement of the Association's financial
condition, its receipts and expenditures, at each annual meeting, and
shall present a brief statement to the Board of Trustees at each meeting.
He shall pay out money only on the approval of the majority of the Ex-
ecutive Committee, or on the resolution of the Board of Trustees.

Section 2. Before assuming the duties of his office, the Treasurer-
elect shall, with a surety to be approved by the Board, execute to the
Association his bond in the sum of one thousand dollars, conditioned for
the faithful performance of his duties as Treasurer.

Section 3. The President shall, thirty days prior to the annual meet-
ing of the Association, appiont two members of the Association who shall
examine the books and vouchers of the Treasurer and audit his accounts,
ing of the Association, appoint two members of the Association who shall

ARTICLE VI.
Secretary.

The Secretary shall preserve accurate minutes of the transactions of
the Association and of the Board of Trustees, and shall conduct the cor-
respondence of the Association. He shall notify the members of meet-
ings, and perform such other duties as he may be directed to perform by
the Association or by the Board of Trustees. He may delegate any por-
tion of his duties to the Assistant Secretary.

ARTICLE VII.

Assistant Secretary.

The Assistant Secretary shall work in conjunction with, and under
the direction of the Committee on Program.

ARTICLE VIII.
Executive Committee.

The officers of the Association shall constitute an Executive Commit-
tee. Such committee shall direct the business of the Association between
meetings of the Board of Trustees, but shall have no power to establish
or declare a policy for the Association, or to bind it in any way except in
relation to routine work. The Committee shall have no power to direct
a greater expenditure than fifty dollars without the authority of the
Board of Trustees.



BY-LAWS 453

ARTICLE IX.
Procedure.

Section 1. The following, except when otherwise ordered by the
Association, shall be the order of business at the annual meetings of the
Association.

Call to order.

Reading of minutes of previous annual, and of any special meeting,
and acting thereon.

Reports of Officers and Board of Trustees.

Reports of Standing Committees.

Reports of Special Committees.

Unfinished business.

Election.

New business.

Adjournment.

Section 2. The procedure at all meetings of the Association and of
the Board of Trustees, where not provided for in this Constitution and
By-Laws, shall be governed by Roberts' Rules of Order.

Section 3. The previous question shall not be put to vote at any
meeting unless seconded by at least three members.

Section 4. All elections shall be by ballot, except where only one
candidate is nominated for an office.

Section 5. All notices shall be sent personally or by mail to the ad-
dress designated in writing by the member to the Secretary.

ARTICLE X.
Nominating Committee.

A committee of three shall be chosen by the Association at its annual
meeting, to nominate Trustees to be voted for at the next annual meeting.
Such Committee shall file its report with the Secretary of this Associa-
tion at least thirty days prior to the next annual meeting. The Secretary
shall mail a copy of such report to every member of the Association
with the notice of the annual meeting at which the report is to be acted
upon. The action of such committee shall, however, in no wise inter-
fere with the power of the Association to make its own nominatins, but
all such independent nominations shall be sent to the Secretary at least
twenty days prior to the annual meeting. A copy thereof shall be sent
to each member of the Secretary with the notice of meeting, and shall
be headed "Independent Nominations." If the Nominating Committee
fails for any reason to make its report so that it may be sent out with
the notice of the annual meeting, the Society may make its own nomi-
nations at such annual meeting.

ARTICLE XI.
Amendments.

These By-Laws may be amended at any duly-constituted meeting of
the Association by a two-thirds vote of the members present. Notice
of the proposed amendment with a copy thereof must have been mailed
to each member at least twenty days before the day upon which action
thereon is taken.



NOTE вАФ List of members corrected to May 1st, 1916.



MEMBERS NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL
ASSOCIATION.



HONORARY MEMBERS.

Beauchamp, Rev. William Martin,

S. T. D. 121 Mark Ave., Syracuse.

Belcher, Rev. Henry, M. A.

LL. D, Lewes, Sussex, England.

Hadley, Arthur Twining, LL. D. Pres. Yale University, New Ha-
ven, Conn.
Hoes, Chaplain Roswell Randall,

U. S. N. Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C.

Roosevelt, Col. Theodore, Ph. D.,

LL. D. Oyster Bay.

Wilson, Woodrow, Ph. D., Litt.

D., LL. D. Washington, D. C.



CORRESPONDING MEMBERS.

McMaster, John Bach, A. M.,

Ph. D., Litt. D. University of Pennsylvania, Phil-

adelphia, Pa.
Wheeler, Arthur Martin, M. A.,

LL. D. Yale University, New Haven,

Conn.



ASSOCIATE MEiMlBERS

Ingalsbe, Hon. Grenville M. Hudson Falls.

Roberts, Hon. James A. LL. D. 257 Broadway, New York.



LIFE MjEMBERS

Arnold, Lynn J. 48 Willett St., Albany.

Barnhart, John Hendley, A. M.,

M. D. N. Y. Botanical Garden, Bronx

Park, New York.
Beckett, James A. Hoosick Falls.



MEMBERS NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 455



Bixby, W. K.

Delafield, Lewis L.

Ferris, Van Wyck

Ferris, Morris P.

Field, Cortlandt de Peyster

Fish, Stuyvesant

French, Charles Edward

Fulton, Louis M.

Hanna, Charles A.

Hartley, Mrs. Frances G.

Hawes, Harry Hammond

Howland, Fred D.

Jeffers, Henrj^ Leavens

Jones, Mrs. Oliver Livingston

Lippitt, Moses E.

Marshall, Hon. Louis, LL. D.

Mingay, James

Mingay, Mrs. James

Pitcher, Mrs. Charlotte A.

Potts, Charles Edwin

Putnam, Hon. Harrington, LL. D.

Ralph, ilrs. George F.

See, Mrs. Horace

Stevens, Hon. Frank L.
Stillman, Charles Chauncey
Straus, Hon. Oscar S., LL. D.,
Tracy, Ira Otis, M. D.

Van Cortlandt, Augustus
Webb, Dr. W. Seward
Wheeler. Edward J., Ph. D.
White, George H.
Witherbee, Hon. Frank S.



Bolton Landing.

20 Exchange Place, New York.

Roxbury Road, Garden City.

Garden City.

Fieldhome.

52 AVall St., New York.

Amsterdam.

31 Nassau St., New York.

15 Rockledge Road, Montclair,

N. J.
232 Madison Ave., New York.
315 Smith St., Peekskill
Hudson Falls.
86 Warren St., Glens Falls.
116 AV. 72nd St., New York.
Cooperstown.

47 East 72d St., New York.
100 Lake Ave., Saratoga Spa.
100 Lake Ave., Saratoga Spa.
15 Faxton St., Utica.
170 Rugby Road, Brooklyn.
404 Washington Ave., Brooklyn.
837 Genesee St., Utica.
Care Mrs. Miner, 264 So. Franklin

St., Wilkes Barre, Penn.
North Hoosick.
9 E. 67th St., New York
5 W. 76th St., New York.
Long Island Hospital, Flatbush,

Brooklyn.
Sharon, Conn.
51 E. 44th St., New York.
79 Chapel St., Albany.
Cooperstown.
Port Henry.



MEIMBERS.



Abbatt, AA'illiam
Abercrombie, David T.

Abrams, Alfred AV.
Acker, Charles Ernest
Acker, Milo IM.
Ackerly, Orville B.
Adams, Henry Sherman



Tarrytown.

197 Ballantine Parkway, Newark,

N. J.
429 Western Ave., Albany.
Ossining-on-Hudson
Hlornell.

21 n AA^prburton Ave., Yonkers.
152 Montague St., Brooklyn.



456



NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION



Adams, Rev. John Quincy
Adams, John S.
Adamson, W. IT.
Adirondack Chapter D. A. R.
Adler, Elmer

Ainsworth, Hon. Danforth E.
Alexander, Charles B., LL. D.
Alexander, Hon. D. S., LL. D.
Allen, Charles C.
Allen, Freeman H., Ph. D.
The American Irish Historical So-
ciety
Andrews, Capt. James M.
Anthony, Walter C.
Archibald, Harry A,
Armstrong:, Thomas Hoyt
Arthur, Miss L. Louise
Astenroean Chapter, D. A. R.
Atkins, Dubois G.
Atkins, Miss Kate
Ausrsbnry, Mrs. Willard S.
Augur, Monroe F.
AnrinETer, Rev. 0. C.



82 North St., Auburn.

516 Madison Ave., Albany.

Glens Falls.

Malone.

561 University Ave., Rochester.

98 State St., Albany.

120 Broadway, New York.

31 North St., Buffalo.

Sehuylerville.

Hamilton.

52 Wall St., New York.

Saratoga Spa.

Newburgh.

55 Mayflower Ave., New Rochelle.

90 Wilmington St., Rochester.

515 Lexington Ave., New York.

Little Falls

43 John St., Kingston.

Antwerp.

280 Broadway, New York.

Cooperstown

Forestport.



Bacon, Carroll B., M. D.

Baker, Smith, M. D.

Bailey, Theodorus, M. D.

Baldwin, Stephen C.

Ballard, W. J.

Banker, Albert M.

Banker, Dr. Silas J.

Banta, J. Edward

Barber, Arthur William, LL. M.

Barber, Junius E.

Barcus, James Q.

Bardeen, C. W.

Barhydt, T. Low

Barker, Mrs. Daniel Folger

Barker. Darwii R., Library Assn.

Barkley, James A.

Barnes, Ezra A.

Barney, Edgar S., Sc. D.

Barrinser High School
Bartholomew, Alanson Douglass
Barton, Lieut. Commander George
De Forest, U. S. N.



Waterloo.

1100 Rutger St., Utica.
122 W. 78th St., New York.
73 Remsen St., Brooklyn.
Waterford, R. F. D. Brookwood.
Johnstown.
Fort Ed^vard.

Care Seymour School, Syracuse.
34 Nassau St., New York.
4 Dix Ave., Glens Falls.
57 State St., Albany.
315 E. Washington St., Syracuse.
Schenectady.

12 So. Catherine St., Plattsburg.
Fredonia.
Mount Kisco.
40 E. Bridge St., Oswego,
c/o Hebrew Technical Institute,
36 Stuyvesant St., New York.
Newark, N. J.
Whitehall.

150 Broadway, New York.



MEMBERS NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION



457



Bartlett, Edward 0.
Bartlett, Eugene M.
Barton, Philip P., Ph. B.
Baruch, ]\frs. Simon
Bassette, Alfred S.
Batcheller, Geo. Clinton
Bates, Edward W.
Bates, Norman L.
Battle Pass Chapter, D. A. R.
Beach, Edward Stevens
Beadle, Miss Cynthia H.
Bean, Charles D., LL. D.
Beard, Curtis J.
Beardslee, Roosevelt
Beardslee, Mrs. Roosevelt
Beekman, Hon, Dow
Beemer, James G.
Beer, George Lewis
Belford, Hbn. Joseph M.
Belknap, Ernest
Bell, Hon. Charles
Bell, Charles E.
Bell, Mrs. Charles E.
Bell, Clark, LL. D.
Bell, Miss S. Louise
Bennet, Hon. William S.
Bensberg, F. W.
Betts, Chas. H.
Betts, Hon. James A.
Bevier, Miss Margaret S.
Bigelow, Rev. Dana W., D. D.
Blackburn. John T. D.
Blauvelt, George A.
Bliss, John C, Ph. D.
Bloodgood, Clarence E.
Bloss, Mrs. A. Elizabeth.
Botsford, Elmer F., A. M.
Boxall, George H.
Brackett. Hon. Edgar T.
Brando w, Rev. John H.
Brandow, Mrs. J. H.
Bra.vton, M. Jesse
Bridgman, Miss Annie T.
Brinckerhoff, Rev. J. Howard
Brink. Theo.
Bristol, George P.
Bristol, John I. D.



Amsterdam.

644 Ellicott Sq., Buffalo.

352 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls.

51 W. 70th St., New York.
Schoharie.

237 W. 72nd St., New York.

East Greenbush, Rensselaer Co.

Oswego.

150 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn.

Singer Building, New York.

33 W. 6th St., Oswego.

Geneva.

41 W. 34th St., New York.

East Creek, Herkimer Co.

East Creek, Herkimer Co.

Middleburgh.

Yonkers.

329 W. 71st. St., New York.

Riverhead,

Lockport.

Herkimer.

45 Church St., Amsterdam.

45 Church St., Amsterdam.

52 Broadway, New York.
45 Church St., Amsterdam.
60 Wall St., New York.
1419 Oneida St., Utica.

41 William St., Lyons.

204 Pearl St., Kingston.

Marbletown.

410 State St., Utica.

Albany.

Monsey.

New Paltz.

Catskill.

625 Central Ave., Dunkirk.

Plattsburg.

366 Plymouth Ave., Buffalo.

Saratoga,

59 Manning Boulevard, Albany.

59 Manning Boulevard, Albany.

222 Genessee St., Utica.

320 W. 83rd St., New York.

2 Park Place, Herkimer.

Lake Katrine, Ulster Co.

5 Grove Place, Ithaca.

Chappaqua, Westchester Co.



458



NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION



Broadhead, Miss Stella F.
Broekport State Normal Library
Broekway, Miss Mary L.
Bronx Chapter, D. A. B.
Brooklyn Public Library
Brooklyn Manual Training
High School (Dept. of History),
Broughton, Charles H.
Broughton, Mrs. Charles H.
Broughton, Harry L.
Brown, Hon. Charles H.
Brown, Edwin J.
Brown, Ernest C.
Brown, Rev. Samuel E.
Bruce, Robert
Brunson, Miss F. M.
Bugbee, Percy I., D. Sc.
Bullard, Charles E.
Bullard, Frederick H.
Bunnell, A. H.
Burnham, Stewart Henry
Burroughs, John H.
Burt, George Noyes

Callan, Earl Folts.
Callan, Mi-s. Frank D.
Callan, Peter A., M. D.
Camden Chapter, D. A. R.
Cameron, Edward M.
Cameron, Frederick W.
Camp, Col. Walter B.
Campbell, R^v. T. J., S. J.
Canfield, Palmer A.
Cannon, James G.
Cardoze, Frederic T.
Carman, Nelson G.
Carmody, Hon. Thomas
Carpenter, Charles W.
Carpenter, Hon. Fl-ancis M.
Carrington, Augustus B.
Carroll, Fred Linus
Carson, Charles HI.
Cai-son, Russell M. L.
Carter, Robert C.
Carvalho, S. S.

Carville, Miss Katherine J. C.
Case, L. V.



130 So. Main St., Jamestown.

Broekport.

417 Broadway, Saratoga Spa.

102 Hillside Ave., Mount Vernon.

26 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn.

Bl*ooklyn.
307 Turin Road, Rome.
307 Turin Road, Rome.
Hudson Falls.
Belmont.

56 Main St., Oneida.
52 Vanderbilt Ave., New York.
200 Walnut Place, Syracuse.
Clinton, Oneida Co.
15 Pinnacle Road, Rochester.
Oneonta.
Glens Falls.
Glens Falls.
Fort Edward.

R. F. D. No. 2, Hudson Falls.
15 William St., New York.
Oswego.

Ilion.

Hion.

452 5th Ave., New York.

Camden.

173 Western Ave., Albany.

34 Elk St., Albany.

Sacketts Harbor.

30 West 16th St., New York.

72 McEntee St., Kingston.

Golden Bridge, Westchester Co.

So. Hawk St., Albany.

166 Montague St., Brooklyn.

61 Broadway, New York.

526 West End Ave., New York.

Mount Kisco.

200 Broadway, New York.

Jolmstown.

Glens Falls.

Glens Falls.

Glens Falls. .

238 William St., New York.

257 Webster Ave., New Rochelle.

Tarrytown.



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MEMBERS NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION



459



Catlin, Maj. Gen, Isaac S.
Caughey, Rev. John Lyon, D. D.
Cayuga County Historical So-
ciety
Chalmers, Arthur A.
Chalmers, Mrs. Arthur A.
Champion, Charles S.
Champlain Chapter, D. A. R.
Channing, J. Parke
Chase, Hon. Emory A.
Chase, George

Chase, Rev. Piatt N., Ph. D.
Cheney, Hon. 0. H.
Cherry Valley Chapter, D. A. R.
Chesebrough, Robert A.
Chester, Hon, Alden
Chorley, Rev. E. Clowes
Chormann. Frederick
Christie, H, C.

Church, Irving P.

Clapper, Frank S,

Clark, James T,

Clark, John W,, Jr,

Clark, Miss Mary Hodges

Clarke, Frederick 0.

Clarke, John M., LL. D. Ph. D.

Clearwater, Hon. Alphonso T.,

LL. D.
Cleaveland, Miss Dorothy K.
Cleaveland, Frank N.
Clemans, Dr. Sylvester C.
Clews, Hon. Henry
Clinch, Hon. Edward S.
Clinton, Genl. James, Chapter

D. A. R.
Close, Stuart, M. D.
Clute, Jesse H,

Coddington, Rev, Herbert G.,

D, D.
Coflfin, Charles A.
Cogswell, William Brown
Cole, Rev. Arthur S.
Cole, Charles K,, M, D,, A. M.
Cole, Harry E.



Apalachin, Tioga Co.
319 Glen St., Glens Falls,

Auburn.

Amsterdam.

Amsterdam.

2 Rector St., New York.

Port Henry.

61 Broadway, New York.

25 Prospect Ave., Catskill.

174 Fulton St., New York.

15 Green St., Kingston.

78 Madison Ave., New York.

Cherry Valley, Otsego Co.

17 State St., New York.

County Building, Albany.

Garrison-on Hudson.

315 Jefferson Ave,, Niagara Falls.
Room 908, Diamond Bank Bldg.,

Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ithaca.

507 Union St., Hudson,
100 W. 5th St., Oswego.
34 No. Pine Ave., Albany,
Oswego.
Oswego.
State Hjall, Albany. s ;

316 Albany Ave., Kingston.
21 Lincoln St., Gloversville.
Canton.

20 Spring St., Gloversville.
15 Broad St., New York.
133 W. 121st St., New York.

East Springfield, Otsego Co.
248 Hancock St., Brooklyn.
Room 601, 39 W. 34th St., New
York.

1006 Harrison St., Syracuse.

30 Church St., New York.

The Solvay Process Co., Syracuse.

193 Clinton Ave., Kingston.

Chelsea-on-Hudson.

Rensselaer.



460



NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION



Cole, Peter B.

Coleman, Frank B.

Coles, Mj-s. Theodore

Coley, Rev. Edward H., S. T. D.

Colgate University Library

Collin, Hon. Frederick

Collins, Hon. C. V.

Collins, Halsey M.

Colonial Dames of America

Colton, Rt. Rev. Chas. H.

Columbia University Library

Colvin, Hon. Addison B.

Colvin, Andrew

Conant, Mrs. George F.

Conway, John B.

Cook, Mrs. Joseph

Cook, Newton, M. D.

Cook, Thos. J.

Cooke, Harris L.

Cooley, Dr. James S.

Cooley, Dr. Leroy C.

Coolidge, Thomas S.

Coon, Richard E.

Cooperstown High School

Cooperstown Village Club and Li-
brary

Corbin, Harold H.

Corbin, Miss Sarah E.

Corbusier, Lt. Col. Wm. H.

Cornell, Douglas

Corse, F. Dudley

Cortelyou, Hon. George B.

Cortland State Normal and
Training School

Corwith, Frederick E.

Covey, George H.

Cox, Rev. Henry M.

Craig, Charles S., M. D.

Crandall, Dr. Floyd ML

Crandall, William Henry

Crandall Library

Crane, Ralph Adams

Crimlmins, Hon. John D.

Crisp, W. Benton

Crist, Arthur H.

Crosby, Hon. Harley N.



801 0. C. S. Bank Bldg., Syra-
cuse.
2 Pleasant St., Fitchburg, Mass.
2 Broad St., Oneida.
1103 Howard Ave., Utica.
Hamilton.
Elmira.
Troy.
Cortland.

157 E. 35th St., New York.
1025 Delaware Ave., Buffalo.
116th St., New York.
Glens Falls.

280 Broadway, New York.
Camden.
Argyle.
Ticonderoga.
Sandy Creek.
Ticonderoga.
Cooperstown.
Mineola, Nassau Co.
2 Reservoir Square, Poughkeepsie.
Glens Falls.

21 Balding Ave., Poughkeepsie.
Cooperstown.

Cooperstown.

Saratoga Spa.

Owego, Tioga Co.

Saratoga, Santa Clara Co., Cal.

Municipal Building, uffalo.

Sandy Creek.

130 E. 15th St., New York.

Cortland.

696 Hudsoii Ave., Albany.

Katonah, Westchester Co.

Harrington Park, N. J.

Hamlin.

113 W. 95th St., New York.

8 So. Main St., Alfred.

Glens Falls.

15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.

624 Madison Ave., New York.

161 W. 79th St., New York.

Cooperstown.

Falconer.



MEMBERS NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION



461



Cross, Dr. Andrew Jay
Grouse, Mrs. Daniel N.
Grouse, N. M.
Cruikshank, Frederick R.
Culver, Chas. Mortimer, M. D.
Culver, Miss Mary Louise
Cummings, Dr. W. A. E.
Cunahunta Chapter, D. A. R.
Cunningham, Col. J. L.
Curran, George L.
Curtis Memorial Library
Curtis, Miss May Belle
Curtiss, Benjamin DeForest
Cutler, Hon. James G.
Danforth, Loomis L., M. D.
Darrow, J. Wallace
Daughters of the Empire State,
Horatio Seymour Chapter
Davidson, Silvanus Miller

Davies, Julien Tappen

Davies, Richard T.

Davis, Mass Alice

Davis, Gen. Charles L., U. S. A.

Davis, Maj. William Church

U. S. A.
Dawson, Edgar
Day, Benjamin
Dean, Robert E.
Decker, Hon. Martin S.

DeGarmo, Miss Susan Stewart
De Lamater, Mrs. Radcliff, Hon-
orary Regent
de la M^ontanye, James
DeLano, Hon. Clayton H.
de Laporte, Mrs. Theo.
Delehanty, John A.
Demarest, Dr. Samuel A.
DeMott, John Jacques
Denham, Edward

Denman, Frederick H.
Denniston, Rear Admiral Henry

Martyn
Denslow, Rev. Herbert M., D. D.
Denton, Miss Adelaid L.



20 E. 23rd St., New York.
315 Genesee St., Utica.
24 Shaw St., Utica.

1 Liberty St., New York.
36 Eagle St., Albany.

11 Clark Place, Utica.

Ticonderoga.

Afton, Chenango Co.

Glens Falls.

274 Genesee St., Utica.

Meriden, Conn.

4 Park Ave., Glens Falls.

983 Park Ave., New York.

Cutler Building, Rochester.

49 W. 52nd St., New York.

Chatham,

262 Genesee St., Utica

7 Stratford Ave., Beacon,

Dutchess Co,
34 Nassau St., New York.
314 W. 77th St., New York.
23 Nagle Ave., New York.
23 Front St., Schenectady.

Fort Barrancas, Pensacola, Fla,
Hunter College, New York.
118 E. 28th St,, New York.
Fishkill.

Public Service Commission, Al-
bany.
Stillwater,

GloversviUe.

220 Broadway, New York.

Ticonderoga.

Rhinebeck.

451 State St., Albany,

Glens Falls.

Metuchen, N. J.

128 School St,, New Bedford,

Mass.
170 Broadway, New York.

Washingtonville.

2 Chelsea Sq., New York.
4 East Ave,, Saratoga Spa.



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Denton, Mrs. Elizabeth B.
Deo-on-go-wa Chapter, D. A. R.
Derby, Archibald S.
Derby, Hon. John H.
Detroit Public Library
Dewar, B. W., M. D., F. A. C. S.
Diefendorf, Miss Mary Riggs
Diefendorf, Warren T.
Diehl, Hon. Clarence A.
Dillenback, Col. John W., U. S. A.
Ditmas, Charles Andrew
Dodds, Rev. R. C, DD.
Doherty, Henry L.
Dolan, James C.
Don, John
Dorn, David R.
Dorrance, Charles Pierson
Dorrlamm, George
Dougherty, Hon. J. Hampden
Douglas, Edward W.
Douglas, James LL. D.
Dowling, Hon. Victor J., LL. D.
Downey, Robert A.
Downey, Mrs. Susan Jermyn
Downing, Augustus S., L. H. D.,

LL. D.
Dows, Henry A.

Draper, Rev. Gideon Frank

DuBois, Charles A.

Dudley, Miss Marguerite A., R. N.

Duffey, Edwin

Dunn, Gano

Dunn, Henry E.

Dunn, Dr. Joseph H.

Dunn, Hon. T. B.

Dunnell, Rev. Wm. Nichols, D. D.

Dunning, William B., D. D. S.

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