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on Norwich Plain at Commencement, if there is one, in 1860; if not, on the
first Thursday after the third Wednesday in August of the above mentioned
year.

"Officers: J. E. Ainsworth, president; W. M. Bates, secretary; S. II.
Currier, assistant secretary; vice-presidents, Egbert Phelps, Henry O.Kenf,
George Dewey; members: Howard C. Bancroft, .Jonas H. Piatt, .James
Hollister, Edward K. Harris, D. Kellogg Comstock. Z, Piatt, Benjamin M.
Beckwith, A. Gordon Hall, E. H. Seymour, Sayles Nichols, George Olcott, .Jr.;
Honorary: Alfred M. Cjiannell, D. F. Andrus, Robert T. Pettis, H. A. Gillum,
George E. Bryant, W. R. ^Vrmilye."

The organization was formed as agreed uj)()n in 1860. The
notice of the first meeting was as follows:

NORWICH UNIVERSITY.
The Reunion of 1860.

"The undersigned, a committee appointed by the faculty of Norwich
University, and designated by the various societies whose reunion is con-
templated upon the occasion of the coming Commencement, take this method
of conveying to former cadets information regarding the date of the jubilee,
and so far as practicable the order of exercises to be observed on that occasion.

"Commencement will occur on Thursday, August 16, 1860, and ample
provisions have been made for its observance by the authoarities of the Uni-
versity and the cadets at present at the Institution. It is desired that all
who expect to participate in the celebration of the reuniou. reach Norwi/ch. so
far as possible, on the evening of Tuesday, August 11.



504 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

"Wednesday forenoon will be occupied by the several societies in pre-
liminary meetings, as well as perfecting an official order of exercise, and by
all, as a season of social reunion. Wednesday afternoon, the different societies
and all formerly connected with the institution will assemble at some point
hereafter to be designated, when remarks and addresses will be made an<l
delivered by those present. It is expected this occasion will lie one of much
interest. Wednesday evening a supper will be prepared at which all former
cadets are requested to be present. Thursday will be occupied by the iisual
exercises of Commencement Day.

" Intelligence received from all quarters warrants the belief that the
aUoiidance on this occasion will be very general. The different 'Friendship
Clubs,' dating from the year 1852, the 'University Regulators' and other
societies will be ftdly represented.

" It is hoped that each former cadet of 'N. U.' whose business engagements
may permit will be present, and that 18G0 may realize tlie anticipations
of years, in its pleasing observance and fraternal reunion.

"Any other information will be very cheerfuly communicated upon
application to Rev. Edward Bourns, LL. D., President, Norwicli University,
or to any of the imdersigned at their places of residence.

HENRY O. KENT, Lancaster, N. II.
ARTHUR CHASE, Claremont. N. H.
II. N. WORTHEN, Chelsea, Vt.
GEORGE P. GREELY, Hollis, N. H. '

Committee."
Norwich University, July 1, 1860.

THE UNIVERSITY REGULATORS.

.\t a meeting of the undersigned, hekl at Chicago, in the State of Illi-
nois, in ]\Iay ISGO, the following Preamble and Resolution was luianimously
adopted :

"Whereas, The time of the jubilee, eight years ago set apart for our
obserA'ance, is now fast approaching, and no steps having been taken on
behalf of our organization to join in the festivities of the occasion in a fitting
manner, therefore,

"Resolved: That notice be given to each member of the University Regida-
tors to appear, duly provided with such of the regalia of the order as may be
in his possession, at the Union House, Norwich, Vt., on Tuesday, August 13.
1860, at 8 P. M., for the purpose of making proper arrangements for an official
observance of the ensuing two days.

"In conveying the above information, the imdersigned are most happy
to state that the indications are that a full attendance will characterize the
occasion of Commencement, and that its observance will be attended with
very great interest. The different classes and clubs have very generally
signified their intention to be present, and there is every reason to believe
that the whole affair will be a brilliant success. The committee trust that
every Regulator will muster at the roll call on the evening of the 13th, remem-
bering ever, that however diversified may have been our careers, and how
fljstant frgm each other our habitations, neither the business of life, nor the



THE GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. 505

miles that intervene between us, can weaken that bond of fraternal affection
which united us a band of brothers, 'The Regulators of Norwich University.'
The committee trust that this information may be seasonably communicated
by the recipient of this circular to each brother that all may have due knowledge
thereof and govern themselves accordingly.

.COL. REUBEN Y. STEPANDFETCHIT
.CHEVALIER JAMES H. JERUSALEM
CORPORAL FALSTAFF

Coinniittoc."

The reunion proved as a great success and the Association of
tlie Alunmi and Past Cadets, embracing the former students of the
University and the old " A. L. S. & M. Academy, " was duly formed.

Colonel Kent was elected president, which office he held until
1875. It was voted to hold reunions every five years.

The second reunion, held in 1865, was largely attended. The
men, fresh from the fields of war, where the lessons of ''N. U." had
Ijorn royal fruitage of chivalry, bravery and devotion, came back
to renew old friendshij), or, alas! to mourn over the comrades fallen.
The secretaries of ^^'ar and Navy gave special orders for leaves
of absence to many of the " N. U.' ' men in the service, so the occa-
sion was adorned by many sons of " N. U.' ' wearing their country's
uniform.

The third reunion was held in Northfield in 1870, but was
not So well attended. Cohjnel Kent writes: "The de.struction of
the old 'South Barracks' by fire, and the consequent removal of
the University from its familiar scenes, was indicated by a
smaller attendance,"' but as time sped on the loyalty peculiar to
the cadet has convinced him that it is not the p/acf but the col-
lege to which his devotion is tluc.

The fourth reunion was held Wednesday evening, June 30,
1875. Col. H. O. Kent, '54, presided. The future prospects of
the University were discussed and steps were taken to raise funds
to establish a professorship of Mathematics at "N. U." in honor
of Gen. Alonzo JackmaJi. About four thousand dollars were
pledged. Capt. H. E. Alvord, '63, was elected marshal, and
W. P. Clement, '72, Dr. J. H. Peck, '65, and George L. Hun-
toon, '75, were appointed to arrange for an alumni dinner. Rev.
Josiah Swett, '37, gave an eloquent address on the needs of the
University. The Association nominated seven candidates for
trustees of the University as follows: H. E. Alvord, '63, J. A. ]>.
Wliittier, '66; Robert Grosvenor, '68; Charles H. Read, '65; J. J.
Estey, '64; Clinton S. Averill, '49, and Dr. Joseph Stedman, '59.



506 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

Capt. C. A. Curtis, '61, offered a resolution on the necessity
of establishing Alumni Associations in Boston and New York.
The following men were appointed a committee to take charge of
the matter: Charles N. Kent, '64; P. A. Eastman, '73; Charles
G. Griffith, 72; George Steele, '72; A. L. Sheldon, '73; W. P.
Clement, '72; S. Dana Hayes, '57; W. B. Eaton, '66; C. H. Heed,
'65, and J. A. L. Wliittier, '66. The following men were appointed
on the committee to raise funds for the "Jackson Professorship":
Rev. Josiah Swett, '37; Capt. H. E. Alvord, '63; Prof. Charles
Dole, '69. It was voted to hold the meetings every five years.
The following resolution was passed :

Re^iulved: That in couimoii with all the other eihicational iii.stitlitious
of the country, Nonvich University must depend for its chief support upon the
friendship of its alumni and past cadets. That they, therefore, should have
a voice in its management, and that to retain the good will and hearty co-
operation of our Associations, the Trustees should give ear to the alumni, and
in filling vacancies oecvu-ring in their Board, award preference to the past
cadets of "N.U."

A resolution was passed asking the trustees of the University
" to make no alteration in the name of the University, course of
study, standard of admission, scholarsliip, discipline, uniform,
or any other characteristics of the Institution." The association
met at 5 o'clock, p. m., July 1, at the Northfield House. Col.
H. 0. Kent, '54, was elected president; Thomas J. Easier, '64,
secretary; Charles A. Ciu'tis, '61, treasurer. A vice-president was
elected from each class, beginning with 18 '6. After the business
meeting, the alumni dinner was served in the Northfield House.
The fifth reunion, held at the commencement of 1880, was not
largely attended.

The association held a short meeting at 11:00 a. m., June
18, 1884; Maj. 0. S. Tenney, '45, presided.

At 7:30 p. M., the sixth regular meeting was held. Major
Tenney presided. A conmiittee consisting of Capt. W. M. Rum-
baugh, '76; F. L. Howe, '80; W. P. Clement, '72, and S. D. Conant,
'72, was appointed to raise funds to erect a suitable monument
in Elmwood Cemetery, in memory of General Jackman. Rev.
Homer White, trustee, read an original poem, "The Patriot
Soldiers," after which the annual banquet was served. The
meeting was well attended. The officers elected were: W. P.
Clement, '72, president; S. D. Conant, '72, vice-president and
W. P. Dorr, '72, secretary.

At the seventh annual meeting, held at commencement of



THE GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATIOX. 507

1888. the following men were nominated to sei-ve as alumni trustees:
Prof. Charles Dole, '69, for five years; :\Iajor H. E. Alvord, '63,
for fom- years; Robert A. Silver, '74, three years; B.F.Spaiilding, '77,
and J. E. I\Ioore, '73, one year. It was voted to hold an alumni
banquet in 1889 and Prof. Chas. Dole, '69; W. E. Hassam, '87,
and P. I>. Irish, '89, Avere appointed to make the necessary ar-
rangements.

The eighth regular meeting was held at the University Chapel,
June 26, 1889. It was voted to hold the meeting each year instead
of quinquennially, and that the secretary should be a resident of
Northfield. Beginning with this year, blank ballots were sent
to the various alumni to vote for the alumni trustees. The
following men were elected: Prof. Charles Dole, '69; John R.
Moore, '73; B. F. Spaulding, '77; N. L. Sheldon, '84. The officers
elected were: president, Joseph Stedman, '59; first vice-president.
Prof. Charles Dole, '69; second vice-president, Prof. W. M. Rum-
baugh, '76; third vice-president, E. M. Carr, '79; fourth vice-presi-
dent, M. A. Howe, '82; fifth vice-president. F. S. Parker, '84;
secretary. Prof. J. B. Johnson, '79; treasurer, L. B. Johnson, '88.
The endowment fund of the University was discussed, and those
present subscribed SI 700 as a l^eginning for a permanent endow-
ment fund. Prof. J. B. Johnson was elected treasurer of the fund.
A finance committee consisting of D. E. Wilmarth. '84, N. L.
Sheldon, '84, R. L. Irish, '89, and :\r. A. Howe, '82, was appointed
to solicit for the fund.

The ninth annual meeting was held at commencement in 1890.
The officers elected were: president, N. L. Sheldon, '84; secretary
and treasurer. Prof. J. B. Johnson, '79. It was voted to arrange
for public exercises in 1891 and to have an evening set apart for the
meeting; also voted to have the association incorporated as the
'^ Norwich University Alumni Association.' a

The tenth annual meeting was held at Concert Hall, Wednes-
day evening, June 24, 1891. Rev. H. F. Hill, '67, delivered the
principal address. A speech was made by Prof. Charles Dole, '69.
The "N. U." Glee Club furnished the music. The banquet was
held in the vestry of the Methodist Church. Rev. I. P. Booth
acted as toastmaster. Toasts were responded to by Major O.
S. Tenney,'45; F. C. Hatch, 76; Lieut. E. H. Catlin, U. S. A. Com-
mandant; H. N. Cross, '89; Prof. C. C. Brill; Rev. H. F. Hill, '67;
Rev. J. Hamilton, pastor of the Methodist Church; Dr. George
Nichols and L. B. Johnson, '88. George D. Thomas, '76, was
elected alumni trustee. The old board of officers was re-elected.



50S NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

The eleventh annual meeting was held at the parlors of the
Northfield House, Wednesday evening, June 29, 1892. Vice-
president Charles E. Dole presided. The officers elected were:
president Charles Dole, '69; secretary, J. B. Johnson, 79; treasurer,
L. B. Johnson, '88; alumni trustee, E. A. Shaw, '91. The officers
of the association were made a committee to confer with the trustees
of the University, to have the law changed so that the alumni
trustee could be elected for five years. The secretary was authori-
zed to prepare a general catalogue of the Alumni and Past Cadets.
The public exercises were then held at Concert Hall; addresses
were made by Rev. Walter Dole, '70; Hon. Frank Plumley, Rev.
I. P. Booth and L. B. Johnson, '88.

The twelfth annual meeting was held June 27, 1893, at Concert
Hall. Professor Dole presided. George W. Hobbs, '58, delivered
the principal address. The old board of officers was re-elected.
W. M. Rumbaugh, '76, was nominated for alumni trustee.

On Aug. 2, 1894, the thirteenth annual meeting was held at
Concert Hall. S. D. Conant, '72, delivered the annual address.
Rev. Homer White read an original poem, ''The Heroes of 'N.
IT.' (q. v.) Brief speeches were made by Col. H. O.Kent, '54; Dr.
J. Q. A. McC(41ister, '53; Dr. Joseph Stedman, '59, and Major
H. E. Alvord, '63. The old board of officers was re-elected. The
alumni catalogue project was discussed and Colonel Kent and
Major Alvord, '63, together with the officers of the association,
were appointed to carry on the work.

The fourteenth annual meeting was held Wednesday evening,
June 24, 1895, Mr. N. L. Sheldon, '84, delivered the principal
address. Brief speeches were made by J. Q. A. McCollister, '53;
Lieut. E. A. Shuttleworth, U. S. A., '91; G. W. Hobbs, '58; Gen.
0. O. Howard, trustee, and Hon. Frank Plumley. The matter
of a drill hall and gymnasium was discussed, and a committee
composed of F. T. Austin, '88; Lieut. E. A. Shuttleworth, '91;
W. E. Hurlbut, '93; Dr. J. Q. A. McCollister, '53, and Prof. J. B.
Johnson, '79, was appointed to attend to the matter. The old
board of officers was re-elected.

The fifteenth annual meeting was held at Concert Hall, Wed-
nesday evening, June 24, 1896. Speeches were made by H. F.
Hill, '67; Rev. Walter Dole, '70; James M. Holland, '83; J. Q. A.
McCollister, '53, and Rev. I. P. Booth. A song, written for the occa-
sion by George D. Thomas, '76, was sung. The officers elected
were: president, Charles Dole, '69; secretary, J. B. Johnson, '79;
treasurer, H. C. Cady, '91.



THE GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 509

The sixteenth reunion was held in Concert Hall, Wednesday
evening, June 29, 1897. Hon. J. D. Dennison, '68, delivered the
principal address. Brief speeches were made by Rev. H. F. Hill,
'67; George D. Thomas, '76; Capt. J. M. Stanyan, '50; Rev. I. P.
Booth, and Hon. Frank Plumley. The old board of officers was
re-elected and Mr. B. W. Gleason, '92, was nominated for Alumni
trustee.

The seventeenth annual meeting was held in Concert Hall,
Wednesday evening, June 29, 1898. Mr. Charles Marseilles de-
livered an address on the " Life and Character of President Edward
Bourns and Gen. Alonzo Jackman, '36. Brief speeches were
made by President A. D. Brown, Prof. Charles Dole, '69; N. L.
Sheldon, '84; H.L.Swett, '94. The officers elected were : President,
Prof. Charles Dole, '69; vice-presidents, W. A. Shaw, '88, andR.H.
Ford, '91 ; secretary. Prof. E. A. Shaw, '91 ; treasurer, H. C. Cady,
'91. A necrology committee, composed of W. A. Ellis, '97; H. A.
Burt, '73, and R. H. Ford, '91, w^as appointed. The officers of the
association, with Prof. J. B. Johnson, were appointed to look after
the commencement exercises and W. M. Rumbaugh, '76, was elected
alumni trustee. The eighteenth annual meeting was held at Con-
cert Hall, June 28, 1899. Rev. S. H. McCollester, '51, delivered
the principal address.

The nineteenth annual meeting was held in Concert Hall, Wed-
nesday evening, June 27, 1900. The Rev. Howard F. Hill, '67,
presided. The principal addresses were delivered by Hon. B, F.
Spaulding, '77, and Judge E. R. Juckett, '89. Brief speeches were
made by Rev. H. F. Hill, '67; W. A. Ellis, '97; F. B. Thomas, '95;
James M. Holland, '83. The officers elected were: president,
Prof. J. B. Johnson, '79; vice-presidents, E. A. Shaw, '91; Rev.
H. F. Hill, '67; F. B.Thomas, '95; secretary, W. A. Shaw, '88;
treasurer, P. R. Hoefler, '95. Mr. N. L. Sheldon, was re-elected
alumni trustee.

The twentieth annual reunion was held at Concert Hall, Wed-
nesday evening, June 21, 1901. Prof. E. A. Shaw, presided.
Speeches were made by Rev. Walter Dole, '70; Capt. E. A. Shuttle-
worth, U. S. A., '91; F. B. Thomas, '95, and Rev. I. P. Booth,
trustee. The old board of officers was elected and H. C. Cady, '91,
was nominated for trustee. It was voted to assist the athletic
association in obtaining a coach for the baseball and football
teams. It was also voted to discontinue the public alumni meetings
and hold instead informal meetings. F. B. Thomas, '95, and W. E.
Terrill, '89, were elected athletic directors and H. C. Cady, '91,



510 NORWICH UN1\ERSITV.

treasurer of same. The twenty-first annual meeting Avas held in
the chapel in Dodge Hall, Wednesday evening, June 25, 1902.

The twenty-second annual meeting was held in Dodge Hall,
Wednesday evening, June 25, 1903. Speeches were made liy Gen.
G. M. Dodge, '51; George D. Thomas, 76; W. S. Prior, '89 ;C. F.
Parker, '90; Prof. Charles Dole, '69; F. W. Conn, '81 ; E. W. Gibson,
'94, and Rev. Walter Dole, '70. The officers elected were: George
D. Thomas, '76, president; W. A. Shaw, '88, secretary; M. D.
Smith, '81, treasurer; athletic directors, F. B. Thomas, '95; W. E.
Terrill, '89, and H. C. Cady, '91.

The twenty-third annual meeting was held in Howe's Hall,
June 22, 1904. The following officers were elected: president, R.
H. Ford, '92; secretary, W. A. Ellis, '97; treasurer, M. D. Smith,
'81; athletic directors, H. C. Moseley, '95; W. E. Terrill, '89; H. C.
Cady, '91, treasurer. Mr. George D. Thomas, '76, was elected as
alumni trustee to succeed Mr. N. E. Sheldon, '84, resigned; E. W.
Gibson, '94, was elected alumni trustee. After the business meet-
ing a " chafing dish' ' banquet was served under charge of Prof.
C. S. Carleton, '96; H. C. Cady, '91 ; H. C. Moseley, '95, and W. G.
Huntle}', '95. Speeches were made by George D. Thomas, '76;
M. D. Smith, '81; J. B. Johnson, '79; R. H. Ford, '92; Prof. E. A.
Shaw, '91 ; Charles H. Nichols, '86.

The twenty-fourth annual meeting was held in Howe's Hall,
Wednesday evening, June 21, 1905, and was one of the most enthu-
siastic meetings held for several years. R. H. Ford, '92, presided.
Speeches were made by George D. Thomas, '76, president of the
Boston Association. Gen. G. M. Dodge, '51, president of the New
York Association, spoke on the needs of the University and Mr.
Carnegie's recent gift of $50,000. M. D. Smith, '81, and H. C. Cady,
'91, also made brief speeches. A report of the Western Association
of Chicago was read. A committee consisting of C. W. Pierce, '92;
W. A. Shaw% '88, and Prof. C. S. Carleton, '96, was appointed to
report on the advisabilit}^ of publishing a technical paper at the
University. Professor Shaw was appointed to have an official Uni-
versity pin designed. It was voted to have an executive commit-
tee composed of the officers of the association. The officers elected
were: president, R. H. Ford, '92; secretary, M. D. Smith, '81; trea-
surer, H. C. Cady, '91; athletic committee, H. C. Cady, '91; F. B.
Thomas, '95, and Prof. E. A. Winslow, '98.

The twenty-fifth annual meeting was held Wednesday evening
June 26, 1906, at the office of W. D. Smith, '81. The following
officers were elected: president, R. H. Ford, '92; secretary and



THE GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 511

treasurer, M. D. Smith, '91; athletic committee, I. C. Ellis, '01;
H. W. Orser, '02; F. B. Thomas, '95; Mr. H. C. Cady, '91, was re-
elected alumni trustee and treasurer of the athletic committee.

The twenty-sixth annual meeting was held Wednesday even-
ing, June 26, 1907, in Dodge Hall. The officers chosen were: presi-
dent, E. A. Shaw, '91; secretary and treasurer, M. D. Smith, '81;
committee on necrology, W. A. Ellis, '97; W. A. Shaw, '88; Rev.
Walter Dole, '70; commencement committee, H. C. Moseley, '95;
K. R. B. Flint, '03; E. A. Shaw, '91; committee on Reveille, K. R.
B. Flint, '03, and J. F. Richardson, '00.

The twenty-seventh annual meeting was held Wednesday
evening, June 17, 1908. The officers chosen were : president, E. A.
Shaw, '91; secretary and treasurer, M. D. Smith, '81; committee on
necrology. Prof. K. R. B. Flint, '03; W. A. Shaw, '88; Rev. Walter
Dole, '70; committee on commencement, H. C. Moseley, '95; Prof.
K. R. B. Flint, '03; Prof. E. A. Shaw, '91; committee on Reveille,
Prof. K. li. B. Flint, '03; J. A. Holmes, '95, and E. A. Lawrence,
'04.

The twent}'-eighth annual meeting was held at the Armory,
Wednesday evening, June 23, 1909. Prof. E. A. Shaw, presided.
The constitution and by-laws of the " Norwich University Journal-
istic Association' ' was adopted. The officers elected were : presi-
dent, E. A. Shaw, '91; secretary and treasurer. Prof. A. E. Winslow,
'98; athletic directors, H. C. Moseley, '95; H. W. Orser, '02; I. C.
Ellis, '01 ; director for the Journalistic Association, A. E. Winslow,
'98; alumni trustee, W. E. Hassam, '87. The meeting then ad-
journed to the main floor of the Armory, where a reception was
given to the alumni and visiting friend-.

The twenty-ninth annual meeting was hekl .June 22, 1910, at
Armory Hall. Prof. A. E. Shaw, '91, presided. A committee w'as
appointed and plans made for the 100th anniversary of '"N. U." A
committee was also appointed to publish an alumni roster. The
following officers were elected: president, E. A. Shaw, '91; first
vice-president, Dr. W. G. Huntley, '95; second vice-president, F. B.
Thomas, '95; third vice-president, Dr. W. P. Beauclerk, '96; secre-
tary and treasurer, A. E. Winslow, '98; athletic directors, I. C.
Ellis, '01; H. W. Orser, '02; W. G. Huntley, '95; obituary com-
mittee, W. A. Ellis, '97; Journalistic director, W. E. C Washburn,
'04.



512



Norwich university.



The roster of the officers is as follows :





PRESIDENTS.




'72,


Clement, W. P.


1884-89


'69,


Dole, Charles 1892-99


1901-02


'92,


Ford, R. H.


1904-07


'79,


Johnson, J. B.


1900-01


'54,


Kent, H. O.


1860-80


'91,


Shaw, E. A.


1907-01


'59,


Stedman, Joseph


1889-92


'76,


Thomas, Geo. D.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.


1903-04


'96,


Beauclerk.W.P


1910


'91,


Booth, A. F


1892-90


'87,


Booth, E.V.


1890-92


'98,


Bump, L. C.


1906-07


'91,


Cady,H.C.


1909


'79,


Carr, E.M.


1889-90


'57,


Clark, Warren


1860-65


'72,


Conant, S. D.


1884-85


'52,


Deniston.C. Y.


1860-65


'65,


Dewey, .1. J.


1892-96


'51,


Dodge, G. M.


1905-06


'69,


Dole. Charles


1889-92


'92,


Ford, R. H.


1901-02


'93,


Gaynor, E. W.


1907-10


'94,


Gibson, E. W.


1905-06


'67,


Hill.H.F.


1900-01


'80


Howe, F. L.


1892-96


'83


Howe, M. A.


1889-90


'96


Howes, P. S.


1907


'83


Holland, James M.


1906-07


'65


Houghton, E. C.


1890-92


'95


Huntlev, W. A.


1910


'54


Kent, H. O.


1906-07


'.55


Lewis, C. H.


1890-92


'76


Mcllwaine, T. C.


1892-96



'93, Mattison.H.M.
'84, Parker. F. S.
'54, Piatt, Zephaniah
'00, Richardson, J. F.
'76, Rumbaugh, W. M.
'91, Shaw, E. A.
'88, Shaw, W. A.
'91, Shuttleworth, E. A.
'52, Simmonds, S. C.
'91,Smith, P. G.
'60, Smith, S.T.
'59, Stedman, Joseph
'82, Steele, F. E.
'01. Strong, W.H.C.
'95, Thomas, F. B.
'55, Washburn, D.W.



1904
1889-92
1861-65
1904-07
1889-90
1900-01
1898-99
1901-02
1860-65
1904-05
1860-65
1860-65
1901-02
1860-65
1900-01, 1910

1860-65



SECRETARIES.

'55, Chase, Arthur 1860-65

'72, Dorr, W. R. 1884-89

'97, Ellis, W. A. 1904-05

'79, Johnson, J. B. 1889-98

'64, Lasier, T. J. 1875-80

'55, Phelps, Egbert 1860-65

'91, Shaw, E. A. 1898-00

'88, Shaw, W. A. 1900-04

'81, Smith, M. D. 1905-09

'98, Winslow, E. A. 1909



TREASURERS.



'91.Cady,H.:-C.
'61, Curtis, C. A.
'79, Johnson, J. B.
'88, Johnson, L. B.
'95, Hoefler, P. R.
'81, Smith, M.D.



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