Henry G. Bryant
PROPOSAL BLANKAMERICAN ALPINE CLUBName Edmund Burke Delabarre, Ph. D.Address Professor of Psychology, Brown University, Providence,Proposed by Charles E. Fay, R. I.Seconded by Rosewell B. Lawrence,Henry G. Bryant,Date November 19, 1907Ascents made, or character of work accomplished by candidate:Breithorn and many of the lesser peaks of Switzerland; Explorations in Northern Labrador, including first ascent of Mt. Faunce (4400 ft) near Nachvak; publication of results of expedition to Labrador as Bulletin of Philadelphia Geographical Society, Vol. III, no. 4.Extract from the By-laws---Article VIAll elections shall be by official ballot, mailed to the Secretary, and containing the names of those voted for with the signature of the proposer and of two seconders affixed thereto.03979
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