Annual Re-Union - Union College Alumni Association of New York (Volume 1)

9780217116282: Annual Re-Union - Union College Alumni Association of New York (Volume 1)

This historic book may have numerous typos or missing text. Not indexed. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1869. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... UNION COLLEGE ALUMNI RE-UNION. It appearing that the Alumni of Union College, resident in New York City and its vicinity, were desirous of forming an organization, the following named graduates convened in New York on the 23d of March, 1869, and appointed a committee, who issued this circular: New York, March 29, 1869. The Alumni of Union College, desirous of uniting in the formation in New York City of an Association which shall have for its object to advance the interests of the College, and to promote by an Annual Re-union and other appropriate means, friendship among its graduates, are requested to send their names to the undersigned, a Committee of Arrangements appointed at a preliminary meeting, held in this city on the 23d inst. It is proposed that the first Re-union, a dinner at Delmonico's, shall take placs at six o'clock precisely, on the evening of the 27th of April. If yon can be present on the occasion, an early intimation of your purpose will oblige HOWAKD POTTEB, Jesse C. Smith, Samuel D. Tillman, R. J. W. Buckland, Committee. Daniel Butterfield, Wm. H. H. Moore, S. B. Brownell, J Howard Potter, Chairman. S. B. Brownell, Secretary, No. 38 Wall Street, N. Y. In pursuance of the foregoing call, the Alumni of Union College, resident in New York and vicinity, to the number of about two hundred, assembled at Delmonico's, New-York, on the evening of April 27th, 1869, for the purpose of organizing an Association. The preliminary meeting was organized by calling Hon. Richard M. Blatchford, of the Class of 1815, to the Chair'. Eev. R. J. W. Buckland, of the Class of 1850, submitted the following Constitution and By-Laws, which were unanimously adopted: Constitution. I. In honor of our Alma Mater, to promote her welfare, and to perpetuate academic fe...

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