Henry G. Bryant
190o tho Secretary, his name is also recommended for membership, although in his case the formalities of proposers and seconders etc., have not been complied with. Additional information is desired concerning Messrs. Richardson & Yaple. The Philadelphia members would be glad to have from you an expression of opinion as to the best place for holding the next annual meeting.Prof. Fay has called attention to the propriety of meeting in New York City some time during the last of December. She present method of sleeting members seems rather cumbersome and slow, and it appears to your Secretary that an amendment of the By-laws providing that all members should have a list of candidates submitted to them before election; but placing the responsibility of electing directly with ths Board- would bs advisable.Any expression of your views on this subject or the form which our Club publication should take would be much appreciated by the board members living here.Kindly write the word"approved"opposite the names which meet your approbation, or the word "disapprovsd” if you arrive at a different conclusion in regard to any of the”,Bespeaking your early attention to the above, I am,Yours very sineerely,[ILLEGIBLE]Secretary.
1903 Oct 13
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