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GENEALOGY COLLECTION



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ROGERS CLARK BALLARD THRUSTON

PRESIDENT GENERAL



NATIONAL YEAR BOOK
1914



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY



OF THE



SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION



CONTAINING LIST OF THE GENERAL OFFICERS AND OF
NATIONAL COMMITTEES FOR 1914; NATIONAL CHARTER;
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS: GENERAL OFFICERS, 1889
TO 1914; OFFICERS OF STATE SOCIETIES AND LOCAL
CHAPTERS; PROCEEDINGS OF SYRACUSE CONGRESS, MAY
18 AND 19, 1914; RECORDS OF MEMBERS ENROLLED FROM
MAY 1, 191.3, TO APRIL 30, 1914.



COMPILED BY

A. HOWARD CLARK
Secretary General and Registrar General



PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER, INC., WASHINGTON, D. C.



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY

OF THE

Sons of the American Revolution

ORGANIZED APRIL 30, 1889
INCORPORATED BY ACT OF CONGRESS. JUNE 9, 1906



GENERAL OFFICERS
Elected at the Annual Congress, May 19, 1914



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President General:
Rogers Clark Ballard Thruston, Columbia Bldg., Louisville, Ky.

J 'ice-Presidents General:

Commander John H. Moore, U. S. N. (retired). The Wyoming, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Alvin M. Woolson, 2057 Parkwood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio.
Herman W. Fernberger, Empire Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
William K. Boardman, Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co., Nashville, Tenn.
Lieut. Col. M. W. Wood, U. S. A. (retired), Boise, Idaho.

Secretary General and Registrar General:
A. Howard Clark, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.

Treasurer General:
John H. Burroughs, 15 William Street, New York City.

Historian General:
David L. Pierson, 21 Washington Street, East Orange, N. J.

Chaplain General:
Rev. William Force WhitakER, D. D., Elizabeth, N. J.



SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.



BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

The General Officers, together with one member from each State
Society, constitute the Board of Trustees of the National Society. The
following Trustees for the several State Societies were elected at the
Syracuse Congress, to serve until the election at the Portland, Oregon,
Congress, in 1915 : Alabama, Maj. Wm. Frye Tebbetts, 32 Concepcion
St., Mobile; Arizona, Geo. D. Christy, Phoenix; Arkansas, George Rus-
sell Brown, Little Rock; California, Harris C. Capwell, 14th and Clay
Sts., Oakland ; Colorado, Col. Origen S. Storrs, 1209 E. Colfax Ave.,
Denver; Connecticut, Dr. George C. F. Williams, Hartford; Delaware,
Col. George A. Elliott, Equitable Bldg., Wilmington ; District of Colum-
bia, Col. Frederick C. Bryan, Washington ; Empire State, Hon. Cornelius
A. Pugsley, Peekskill ; Florida, John H. Cross, Pensacola ; France, Gen.
Horace Porter, 2jj Madison Ave., New York City ; Hawaii, Robert
James Pratt, Honolulu; Idaho, Lieut. Col. M. W. Wood, U. S. A. (ret.),
Boise; Illinois, Chancellor L. Jenks, Evanston; Indiana, James E.
Somes, Terre Haute ; Iowa, Elmer M. Wentworth, Des Moines ; Kansas,
John M. Meade, Topeka; Kentucky, Allen R. Carter, 416 W. Magnolia
St., Louisville; Louisiana, Neal M. Leach, New Orleans; Maine, John
Francis Sprague, Dover; Maryland, Hon. Henry Stockbridge, 75 Gun-
ther Bldg., Baltimore ; Massachusetts, Luther Atwood, 8 Sagamore St.,
Lynn; Michigan, Albert M. Henry, Penobscot Bldg., Detroit; Minne-
sota, Charles T. Thompson, M. L. & Trust Co., Minneapolis ; Missis-
sippi, Judge Gordon Garland Lyell, Jackson ; Missouri, Cyrus P. Wal-
bridge, 501 Clara Ave., St. Louis ; Montana, John Scott Harrison,
Helena ; Nebraska, John F. Flack, City Savings Bank, Omaha ; Nevada,
Albert D. Ayres, Reno; New Hampshire, Sherman E. Burroughs, Man-
chester; New Jersey, Chas. S. Kiggins, 76 W. Grand St., Elizabeth;
New Mexico, Pitt Ross, Albuquerque; North Carolina, Clarence A.
Wyche, Rosemary; North Dakota, Judge Charles Andrew Pollock,
Fargo; Ohio, Henrie Edmund Buck, Delaware; Oklahoma, Robert P.
Carpenter, Oklahoma City; Oregon, Wallace McCamant, Portland;
Pennsylvania, Col. R. W. Guthrie, 434 Diamond St., Pittsburgh ; Philip-
pines, Hon. Charles S. Lobingier, Manila; Rhode Island, Col. Robert
Perkins Brown, P. O. Box 558, Providence; South Carolina. Paul
Trapier Hayne, Greenville; South Dakota, Benson H. Requa, Sioux
Falls; Tennessee, Leland Hume, Nashville; Texas, Edward F. Harris,
Galveston; Utah. Daniel Samuel Spencer, Salt Lake City; Vermont,
Frederick S. Pease, Burlington ; Virginia, Gen. Charles J. Anderson,
Richmond; Washington, Samuel Judd Holmes, M. D., Seattle; Wiscon-
sin, Arthur J. Wright, 56 Belleview Place, Milwaukee; Wyoming,
Arthur Hedley Doane, Cheyenne.



BIOGRAPHIES OF GENERAL OFFICERS.



BIOGRAPHIES OF GENERAL OFFICERS.



ROGERS CLARK BALLARD THRUSTOX,

President General.

R. C. Ballard Thruston, elected President General at the Chicago
Congress, May 20, 1913, and re-elected at the Syracuse Congress, May
19, 1914, was born in Louisville, Ky., Xovember 6, 1858; son of Andrew-
Jackson Ballard and his wife, Frances Ann Thruston, of that city. He
occupies the unique position of being descended from those who fought
on both sides in the Revolutionary War, one of his ancestors being an
officer (not a Tory) in the British Army, stationed at Fort Pitt at the
time of his marriage, and after the war was over he returned to Eng-
land, where he died upon his estate. Six other ancestors fought in
the Revolutionary War on the side of the Colonists, one of whom, at
the age of 11 years and 7 months, served in his father's command in the
battle of Perth Amboy, X. J.

He graduated at the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University
with the class of 1880, and, after a post-graduate course of one year,
first engaged in business in Louisville, but soon abandoned that life for
one of scientific pursuits. In 1882 accepted a position on the Kentucky
Geological Survey as Metallurgist and Assistant Geologist. Resigned
in 1887 to engage in private work. In 1889 accepted a position as super-
intendent of the Land Bureau of the Kentucky Union Land Company.
In 1895 became manager of the Big Stone Gap Iron Co. Nearly all of
his time since 1882 has been devoted to geology, mine engineering, and
metallurgy, especially that of fuels.

At his mother's request, in 1885, added her name of Thruston to that
which he had previously borne. He is President of the Yale Alumni
Association of Kentucky; a member of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science; American Forestry Association; Society
of the Cincinnati ; local historical, scientific, and social societies, and
former Governor of the Society of the Colonial Wars in the Common-
wealth of Kentucky. He became a member of the Kentucky Society
of the Sons of the American Revolution January 17. 1890, was elected
its President in October, 191 1, and on June 17, 1913, resigned that
office to devote his time to the duties of President General. He has
always taken a great interest in historical, patriotic, and philanthropic
subjects. He was elected Vice-President General of the Xational So-
ciety at the Toledo Congress in 1910 and re-elected at the Louisville
Congress in 191 1 and became a member of the Xational Executive
Committee in 1912.



6 SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

COMMANDER JOHN H. MOORE, U. S. NAVY (RETIRED),
Vice-President General.

John Henry Moore, elected Vice-President General at the Toledo
Congress in 1910, re-elected at Louisville in 191 1, and again elected at
Syracuse in 1913, was born at Buffalo, N. Y., February 18, 1849. He is
a member of the District of Columbia Society of the Sons of the Amer-
ican Revolution as lineal descendant of private Josiah Moore, Lieut.
Joseph Moore, Jr., private John Middlebrook, and Lieut. Ephraim Mid-
dlebrook, of the Connecticut Militia, and of private John Nichols and
Capt. Daniel Dewey, of the Massachusetts Militia. His ancestor,
Thomas Moore, came from England in the ship Mary and John in 1630
and settled at Dorchester, Mass.

On June 30, 1865, he entered the United States Naval Academy as a
midshipman and graduated in June, 1869. Cruised in Europe, China,
Japan, South America, and West Indies, during which time he cruised
around the world twice ; promoted from grade to grade and on June 30,
1899, was retired upon his own application as a Commander.

In July, 1879, he organized the Navy Mutual Aid Association, which
up to the present date has paid nearly one million and a half dollars to
the widows of naval officers. From 1889 to 1892 was on leave from the
United States Navy and represented the Hotchkiss Ordnance Company
(Limited) of London in this country and South America.

On March 9, 1898, ordered Executive Officer U. S. S. Columbia,
attached to the Flying Squadron, Commodore W. S. Schley, U. S. N.
On May 6 the Columbia was detached from the Flying Squadron and
attached to the North Patrol Squadron, Commodore J. H. Howell,
U. S. N., and was engaged in patrolling the eastern coast. On June 26
the Columbia was detached from the Northern Patrol Squadron, pro-
ceeded to Key West, and joined the North Atlantic Fleet, Rear Admiral
W. T. Sampson, U. S. N., and formed part of the squadron blockading
Santiago de Cuba, and was present July 14, 1898, when that city capitu-
lated to the combined army and naval forces of the United States. On
July 21, left Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in the expedition of General Miles,
U. S. A., to reduce Porto Rico, and was present at the capture of Guan-
ica, Porto Rico, July 25, and remained on the coast of Porto Rico until
after the armistice was agreed upon, and on August 16, 1898, sailed for
the United States.

Upon retirement from the Navy, in 1899, Commander Moore settled
in Washington, D. C, and entered the banking business. In 1903 was
elected president of the Army and Navy Club ; in 1904, president of the
Bankers' Association of the District of Columbia; in 1906, president of
the District of Columbia Society of the Sons of the American Revolu-
tion. He has been active in the work of the National Society and for
five years was a member of its Executive Committee, and has been
Chairman of the Committee on Information for Aliens since its organi-
zation in 1907.



BIOGRAPHIES OF GENERAL OFFICERS.

ALVIX M. WOOLSON,

Vice-President General.

Alvin M. WooivSON, of Toledo, Ohio, elected Vice-President General
at the Syracuse Congress, became a member of the Ohio Society, in
1902, as descendant of Xehemiah Batchellor (1741-1S22), who served
as Lieutenant in Fourth Middlesex County Regt. Massachusetts Militia.

His ancestors came from Canterbury, England, 1630, and setttled at
Xewton, Mass.. and built a block-house there. They fought in all the
Colonial wars, including King Philip's war and the War of the Revolu-
tion (1775-1782) and the Indian wars and the War of 1812. Mr. Wool-
son was born in Huron, Erie County, Ohio, October 2, 1841 ; was raised
on a farm, and when a boy became a "printers' devil ;" thence, emigrat-
ing to the West, he was engaged in the erection of the Eastern Division
of the Union Pacific Railway from Kansas City to Denver, after which
he returned to his native State and founded the Woolson Spice Com-
pany, which grew into a national business.

Mr. Woolson is past President of the Anthony Wayne Chapter of
Toledo and is deeply interested in all patriotic societies.

HERMAX WEILLER FERXBERGER,
Vice-President General.

Herman W. Fernberger, elected Vice-President General at the Syra-
cuse Congress, was born in Philadelphia February II, 1882, and joined
the Pennsylvania Society October 29, 1906, as great-great-great-grand-
son of John Marshall, of Hanover, Pa., born 1749, appointed Captain in
Col. Samuel Miles's Rifle Regiment of Pennsylvania, March 7, 1776,
Captain in Col. Walter Stewart's State Regiment of Foot in 1777, and
Captain in the Second Pennsylvania Line 1778, for which service he
was pensioned in 1818. In 1907 Mr. Fernberger was chosen a member
of the Board of Managers of the Philadelphia Chapter, and in 1908 was
elected as its Secretary and Treasurer, which office he has continued
to hold, with the exception that during 1912 he was Vice-President of
the Pennsylvania State Society.

WILLIAM KELLOGG BOARDMAX,
Vice-President General.

William Kellogg Boardman, of Nashville, Term., elected Vice-
President General at the Syracuse Congress on May 19, 1914, was born
in Shelton, Fairfield County, Conn., on November 5, 1870, the son of
Capt. Daniel W. and Mary (Young) Boardman.

He became a member of the Kentucky Society in 1909, and a few
months later was elected its Secretary.

After moving to Tennessee he was elected Secretary of the Tennes-
see Society, and holds that office at the present time.



8 So.VS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Mr. Boardman entered the service of the Bell Telephone interests in
1888, and has filled various positions in that organization, now being
Commercial Superintendent for the State of Tennessee.

Mr. Boardman is a member of commercial organizations in several
cities in Tennessee — a member of the Cumberland and Country Clubs
at Knoxville, of the Commercial Club, the Hermitage Club, and Nash-
ville Golf and Country Club at Nashville, and of the Filson Club at
Louisville, Ky.

UEUT. COL. MARSHALL WILLIAM WOOD, U. S. ARMY
(RETIRED),

Vice-President General.

Marshall William Wood, Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Army (retired),
of Boise, Idaho, was born in Watertown, N. Y., June 3, 1846, son of
Benjamin and Eunice Augusta (Greenleaf) W r ood. He was educated
in village schools and high schools, at Belleville Union Academy, New
York, and at Rush Medical College, Chicago, class of 1873. Received
the degree of A. M., Hon., at Bowdoin College, 1894. Was an enlisted
man in the Civil War, where he was twice wounded. First Lieutenant,
U. S. A., 1875; Captain, June, 1880; Major, June, 1894; Lieutenant
Colonel, April, 1904. He was three times officially commended for dis-
tinguished services.

His Revolutionary ancestors were: Joseph Marshall (mother's
mother's father), an enlisted man, and Noah Hopkins (father's pater-
nal grandmother's father), who was First Lieutenant Sixth Dutchess
County New York Militia.

He was President of the Idaho State Medical Society, 1896-1897:
Post Commander, G. A. R., 1867; Department Commander, G. A. R..
1911-1912; Military Order of the Loyal Legion, 1894; Society of the
War of 1812, 1892; Sons of the American Revolution, 1893 (No. 6405).
Has been President of the Idaho Society, S. A. R., since its organiza-
tion, February, 1909; Society of Colonial Wars, 1893 (No. 120).

In Masonry was Worshipful Master in 1891, 1892, and 1893. Is
Knight Templar. In Scottish Rite was elected to 33d degree October,
1882; received the degree January, 1883. Is a Shriner, and Past Po-
tentate of El Korah Temple. Has been a member of several clubs and
scientific and learned societies.

Colonel Wood is much interested in genealogy, and has traced his
ancestry to many of the early settlers of New England.

A. HOWARD CLARK,

Secretary General and Registrar General.

A. Howard Clark became a member of the District of Columbia
Society at its organization, was elected Assistant Registrar May 5,
1890, and was one of its Secretaries from 189T to 1893. He was Secre-



BIOGRAPHIES OF GENERAL OFFICERS. 9

tary General of the National Society in 1892, and has been Registrar
General since 1893. Since 1904 he has also served as Secretary General.

He was horn in Boston April 13, 1850. His ancestors in the Revo-
lution were Enoch Clark, Enoch Hall. Capt. Thomas Jenner Carnes.
and Maj. Edward Carnes, of the Massachusetts Militia and Continental
Army.

Mr. Clark was in the class of 1881 at Wesleyan University, Middle-
town, Conn., and that university gave him the honorary degree of
Master of Arts in 1906.

He engaged in commercial business in Xew York city from 1867
to 1875; in 1879 was assistant on the United States Fish Commission
and later expert on the Tenth Census. Since 1881 he has been con-
nected with the Smithsonian Institution as Curator of the Division of
History in the National Museum and as editor of the publications of
the Institution. In 1883 he served on the Executive Staff of the United
States Commission at the International Fisheries Exposition in London,
and was United States Expert Commissioner to the Paris Exposition
of 1889, by appointment of President Cleveland, when he was honored
by order of President Carnot with the decoration of Officier du Merite
Agricole. He was a member of the International Geographical Con-
gress at Paris in 1889.

He is herald of the Baronial Order of Runnymede (descendants of
sureties of the Magna Charta), Archivist General of the National So-
ciety of Americans of Royal Descent, member of the Society of May-
flower Descendants, the Society of Colonial Wars, and from 1889 to
was Secretary of the American Historical Association.

JOHN HARRIS BURROUGHS.
Treasurer General.

John Harris Burroughs was born at Trenton, N. J., April 17, 1849.
son of Charles Burroughs, who served as mayor of Trenton for fifteen
consecutive years — from 1832 until 1847 — who was also judge of the
Court of Common Pleas for Mercer County. N. J., for sixteen years.
John Burroughs, the grandfather of the subject of this sketch, was
active in the Revolutionary War from the latter part of 1776 until the
surrender of Cornwallis at the battle of Yorktown, in 1781. Mr. Bur-
roughs is descended from John Burroughs, who settled in Newtown,
Long Island, in 1653. with other English colonists. In the capacity of
Treasurer, Vice-President, and President, he has served the Union
League Club, Brooklyn, N. Y., in which city he has resided since 1865.
He was President of the Empire State Society in 191 1. He has asso-
ciated with him his son. Harris S. Burroughs, dealing in commercial
paper and bank stocks in New York city, in which business Mr. Bur-
roughs has been engaged since 1874.

He was elected Treasurer General at the Baltimore Congress, in
1909, and re-elected at the Toledo, Louisville, Boston, Chicago, and
Svracuse Congresses.



lO SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

DAVID L. PIERSON,
Historian General.

David Lawrence PiErson, elected Historian General at the Toledo
Congress and re-elected at each subsequent Congress, was born at
Orange, N. J., February 3, 1865, son of Samuel Dodd Pierson and
Louisa Mann. He is a direct descendant of Thomas Pierson, brother
of the Rev. Abraham Pierson, who came to the banks of the Passaic
River and settled the town of Newark, in 1666, with a company of
Connecticut people, who made the last stand for Church and State one
and inseparable in the Colonies.

His ancestor from whom he claims membership in the Sons of the
American Revolution is Caleb Pierson, a private in the Second New
Jersey Rifle Corps.

Mr. Pierson is chairman of the local History Committee of the New
England Society, Orange; President of the Orange Chapter, S. A. R. ;
Historian of Battery A (N. G. N. J.) Veteran Association; honorary
member of Uzal Dodd Post, G. A. R., and other veteran associations ;
member of Hope Lodge, F. A. A. M. He is also President of the
Old Burying Ground Association of Orange, and was instrumental in
having the cemetery reclaimed and beautified after sixty years of neg-
lect. He also formed the Revolutionary Monument Association, which
resulted in the placing of the Dispatch Rider statue in the cemetery to
the memory of the men and women who assisted in establishing Amer-
ican independence.

He is also interested in many patriotic enterprises in his community,
and it was through his efforts that Flag Day was publicly observed in
the community; and has also started a movement for the placing of
flag-poles in the public parks in Essex County, N. J.

WILLIAM FORCE WHITAKER, D. D..
Chaplain General.

Rev. William Force Whitaker, D. D., of Elizabeth, N. J., elected at
the Chicago Congress of 1913 and re-elected at Syracuse, was born at
Southold, Long Island, New York, a town founded in 1640. There his
father, Rev. Epher Whitaker, D. D., was pastor for 40 years, and now
resides as pastor emeritus. His mother, Hannah Maria Force Whitaker,
like his father, is of New Jersey ancestry, and her line includes the
1 lopping and Stiles families. Six of Chaplain General Whitaker's an-
cestors in New Jersey were under arms in the Revolution, and one was
confined in a British prison ship.

Doctor Whitaker studied at Southold Academy. He graduated at the
University of Pennsylvania, standing at the head of his class, serving
as the leader of the Glee Club. He graduated, as did his father, at
Union Theological Seminary in New York city. His first pastorate
was at the St. Cloud Presbyterian Church, Orange, N. J., where he was



BIOGRAPHIES OF GENERAL OFFICERS. II

the first pastor of the congregation. The call to this office was pre-
sented in the autograph of Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, an officer of the
young church, and. like his father-in-law, Gen. Randolph B. Marcy, an
habitual attendant. Afterward Dr. Whitaker served as pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, of Albany, X. Y., and is now pastor of
the "Old First," of Elizabeth, N. J. Here he is successor to Armstrong
and Linn, Chaplains in the Revolution, as also to James Caldwell,
whose zeal at the Battle of Springfield, not many miles distant, has
been described in the vivid poem of Bret Harte. Caldwell, distributing
the hymn books to serve as gun-wadding, cried : "Now, boys, put Watts
into 'era."

The church to which Doctor Whitaker now ministers is the earliest
in the State founded in the English language. Perhaps no other re-
ligious society in the land took a bolder and nobler stand for American
independence, having in its membership William Livingston, Elias
Boudinot, Elias Dayton, Francis Barber, and other prominent states-
men and soldiers, and Abraham Clark, a Signer of the great Declara-
tion. Scores of graves of patriots of 1776 surround the ancient edifice ;
and in June, annually, members of the congregation, led by the pastor,
pay a visit to the resting places of the soldiers of the Revolution.

Dr. Whitaker received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from Union
University, Schenectady, N. Y. He is Chaplain of EHzabethtown
Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, having become a
member of the New Jersey Society July 1, 1908.



NATIONAL COMMITTEES, 1914.
Standing Committees.

Executive Committee.

R. C. Ballard Thruston, President General. Chairman, Columbia Building
Louisville, Ky.

Albert M. Henry, 1201 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich.

Wilson H. Lee, New Haven, Conn.

Elmer M. Wentworth, Des Moines, Iowa.

Thomas W. Williams, 78 N. Arlington Ave., East Orange, N. J.

George T. Wood, 417 W. Main St., Louisville, Ky.

Newell B. Woodworth, Syracuse, N. V.

Committee on Credentials.

Teunis D. Huntting, Chairman, 220 Broadway. New York, N. V.

William J. Clarke, Vice-Chairman, 66y 2 First St., Portland, Ore.

Thomas A. Perkins, Mills Bldg., San Francisco, Cal.

Benson H. Requa, Sioux Falls, So. Dak.

William P. Winans, Walla Walla, Wash.

Linn Paine. Mermod-Jaccard Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.

Leslie Sulgrove, Helena, Mont.



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Committee on Auditing and Finance.

Geo. Clinton Batcheller, LL. D., Chairman, 130 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.

Francis J. Batchelder, 54 Woolsey St., Astoria, N. Y.

Col. William P. Alexander, 50 Union Square, New York, N. Y.

George D. Bangs, Huntington. N. Y.

Francis L. Wandell, 51 Chambers St., New York, N. Y.

Memorial Committee.

Prof. William C. Armstrong, Chairman, 53 Vreeland Ave., Nutley, N. J.

Brig. Gen. Philip Reade, U. S. A. (ret.), The Wadsworth, Boston, Mass.

Otis G. Hammond, State Library, Concord, N. H.

Col. Robert Perkins Brown, Providence, R. I.

Gen. Edward E. Bradley, New Haven, Conn.

Edward Hagaman Hall, Tribune Bldg., New York, N. Y.

Thomas Wynne, 5100 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.

George W. Marshall, M. D., Milford, Del.

James D. Iglehart, 211 West Lanvale St., Baltimore, Md.

William E. Crawford, 700 Travelers Bldg., Richmond, Ya.

Robert T. Bonner, Aurora, N. C.

Paul Trapier Hayne, Greenville, S. C.

George W. Drummond, P. O. Box 450, Savannah, Ga.

Committee on Organization — North and West.

Richard H. Fyfe, 183 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich.
Kossuth Kent Kennan, 411 Wells Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis.
Louis A. Bowman, Room 1333. 30 No. La Salle St., Chicago, 111.
Walter D. Wynkoop, Mountain States Telephone Co., Denver, Colo.
Col. John C. Currier, 333 Kearney St.. San Francisco, Cal.
Gordon Lines Hutchins, 522 Dooly Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah.
Thomas W. Prosch, 611 Ninth Ave., Seattle, Wash.

Committee on Organization — South.

William K. Boardman, Chairman, Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co., Nashville, Tenn.

John B. Hundley, National Bank of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky.



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