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SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-MUSICAL-Continued. 80 members. Fred Reddale, Con.; Grace M. Whit Schubert Club-E. J. Fitzhugh, Director,

58 ing. Sec., 378 Clermont av.

Downing st. Concordia Maennerchor-Deckelman's Palm Gar Schubert Glee Club Meets 58 Downing den. Org. 1882. 115 members. Meets Wednesdays. Wednesdays. E. J. Fitzhugh, Conductor; W, G. Martin Derx, Pres. ; Frank A. Ulschmid, Sec., 269 Lahey, Sec., 524 Fulton st.; Grace Whiting, Treas. Cornelia gt.; John W. Kari, Mus. Dir.

Schwaebischer Saengerbund-157 Ewen st. Concordia Quartette Club-Eastern parkway and members. Charles Ohdsmann, Pres.: E. F. KenLinwood st. 76 members. A. Thurman, Pres., 431 | zelmann, Sec., 1,348 Myrtle av, Cleveland st.; Aug. Amend, Sec., 395 Warwick st.; Society of Operatic Culture-542 State st. Weds. Louis Muiler, Director

Org. 1891. 75 members. Sig. R. E. de Stefani, Concordi Singing Society-Liberty and Sheffield Pres. and Musica: Director, 542 State st.; Mrs. avs. Org. 1859. 185 members. J. M. Ling, Pres. ; Fannie Kurth Sieber, Sec. J. B. Hollman, Sec., 37 New Jersey av.

United German Singers-Arion Hall, Wall st. Cortelyou Club Singing Society-See Social Clubs.

Hall,

Org. 1881. 1,200 members. Deutscher Liederkranz-Keck's Saenger

S. K. Saenger, Pres.; 147 Ewen st. Org. 1866. 200 members. John Hum

Bernard Klein, Sec., 107 Montrose av. Meetings mel, Pres., 690 Grand st.; Carl Duesser, Sec., 70

1st Sundays.

Williamsburgh Boss Baecker Verein-125 memTroutman st.

and 92 members.

bers. Scholes Eichenkranz-97 Bradford st.

An

Leonard

Hart

sts. Reinh, ton Braun, Pres.; Geo. Maser, Sec., 117 Sheffield

mann, Pres., 600 Humboldt st.; Chas M. Fleischer,

Sec. av, ; August Wrage, Treas.

Williamsburgh Gounod Society-1,259 Fulton st. Rehearsals Tues.

Saengerbund-Hamburg and

Greene avs. from October to May 1. Dorsey P. Ellis, Pres.;

Org. 1855. 245 members. David Koos, Edwin W. Bray, Director, 178 Gates av.

Pres.; Charles Lang, Cor. Sec., Evergreen, L. I. Harmonia-636 Glenmore av. Org. 1870. 85 mem Zoellner Maennerchor_977 Broadway. Org. 1860. bers. Reinhold Pardon, Pres.; 2735 Atlantic av.; 202 members. Chas. H. Ohler, Pres; Henry John Franz, Sec.

Schultz, Sec., 194 Manhattan av. Harmony Glee Club-157 Manhattan av. 230 members. Geo. J. Kauth, Pres.; Wm. D. Becker,

MANHATTAN. Sec.; Geo. A. Meier, Con.

Arion-Park av. and 59th st. Haydn Choral Society-Rochester av. and Her

Org. 1851. 1,200 kimer st. Org. 1893. 51 members. E. P. Ingersoll,

members. Edward Bennecke, Pres.; Julius P. Pres.; Miss M. N. Wood, Sec., 52 Rochester av.

Werner, Sec.

Balfe Musical--85 E. 4th St. James Hickey, Hessischer Saengerbund-241-243 Floyd st. Org.

Preo. 20 members. James H. Harvey, Treas.; 1877. 128 members. Baethasar Schnell, Pres.; J.

Jos. Nobles, Sec., 233 E. 88th st. Lindheimer, Sec.

Beethoven Maennerchor-210-214 5th st. Hoadley Musical Society-Incorp. 1895. Meets at

1866. 600 members. 162-164 Gates av., Thursday. P. L. Hoadley, Pres.,

August Wiggers, Pres.; F.

W. Schultze, Sec., 166 E. 103d st. 42 Troy av.; Axel Jeanson, Sec., 824 Fulton st; Carl

Garnet Club-old 1st Pres. Church, 5th av. and Venth, Director.

12th et. Org. 1898. 50 members. Rev. Howard Laurier Musical Club-Org. 1893. 22 members. Miss E. R. Eddy, Pres.; Miss Johanna Ophuls,

Duffield, Pres.; Wm. C. Carl, Mus. Dir., 9 W. 223

st. Sec., 883 Sterling pl.

German Liederkranz-111-119 E. 58th st. Org Maennergesang Verein Orpheus--Central av. and Palmetto st. 120 members. Reinhard Seebach,

1847. 1,250 members. Paul Goepel, Pres., 290 BroadPres.; Anthony Herpfer, Sec. Metropolitan P.

way; Henry Galoupean, Sec., 64 William st. 0.. L. I.

Gesang Verein, “Unter Uns''-475 9th av.

Org. Maxwell House Orchestra (amateur)-Mon. 243 1891. 35 active, 60 passive, members. Jose JaConcord gt. 25 members. Charles E. Woodbridge, min, Pres.; E. J. Hoellensteiner, Sec., 76 Watts Con.

street. M. G. V. Alpen Roeschen-147 Ewen st. G. Haarlem Philharmonic Society-Org. 1891. 250 Keck, Pres. ; Carl Duser, Sec., 70 Troutman st.; members (limited). Mrs. Thomas H. Newman, K. G. Schneider, Musical Director, 414 S. 5th st. Pres.; Mrs. Wm. R. Lloyd, Sec., 2010 5th av. Odd Fellows Maennerchor-Meets Fri. evenings

Heinebund-267 W. 34th st. Org. 1869. 270 memat 213 Meserole st. Org. 1895. 65 members. Charles bers. I. Lowenstein, Pres.; Oswin Peisner, Sec., W. Reinstorf, Pres.: Fred. Krauss, Sec., 41 Sum- 267 W. 34th st. ner av.; Fred Ludwig, Director.

Liederkranz Damen Verein--111-119 E. 58th st. Oratorio Club of Brooklyn--300 Fulton st. Org. Org. 1896. 250 members. Mrs. Franz Schnei1839. 250 members. Walter Henry Hall, Conduc der, Pres.; Mrs. Paul Goepel, Sec., 2350 7th av. tor, Howard W. Connelly, Sec.; Henry C. Knight, Luther League Choral Union-St. Paul's LuthTreas.

eran Church, 149 W. 123d st. Org. 1896.

5 memPeople's Sight Singing Classes-(Free). Org. 1897. bers. Wm. H. Rose, Pres.; Henrietta Gerken, C. E. Woodbridge, Pres., 243 Concord st.; Miss Sec., 43 W. 113th st. H. S. Torton, Sec.; Andrew Switzer, Treas. Ad Lyric Club-Org 1897. 60 members. Ladies vanced case. 200 members. Meets at 2:30 P. M. Vocal Society. Mrs. J. Williams Macy, Pres. ; Sunday at Apollo Hail, 102 Court st. 6 elementary Mrs. Robert Hastings, Sec., 807 Lexington av. clarseg. 500 members. Meet Sunday, 4 P. M., Albert Gerard-Thiers, Mus. Dir. at the following places: Carson's Hall, Bedford

Manuscript Society of New York--Chickering av. and Fulton st.; Republican Hall, 824 Flatbush Hall. Org. 1889. 550 members. Reginald De av.; Keramos 'Hall. Manhattan av. and , Milton Koven, Pres.; L. G. Chaffin, Sec., Potter Building. st., Apollo Hall, 102 Cour: st.; Day's Avena, 6th

Mendelssohn Glee Club--113-119 W. 40th st, Org. av. and 9th st.; Renwar Hall, 870 Willoughby av, 1867. 250 members. Frederick A. Stokes, Pres.;

Pfaelzer Harmonie--52-54 Delmonico place. Walter Carroll Low, Sec., 20 Broad st. 45 members, Meets Tues. Ch. Bernauer, Pres.; Mozart Verein-328 E. 86th st. Org. 1854. 275 W. Essenbreis, Cor. Sec., Henry Buehl, Director, members. Con R. Gross, Pres.: Max Schincke, 199 Ellery st.

Sec., 168 7th st. Philharmonic Society-Academy of Music. H. K. Musical Art Society-Incorp. 1893. 325 members, Sheldon, Pres.: B. T. Frothingham, Sec., 188

Frederick E. Hyde, Pres.; Miss Laura J. Posi, Columbia hts.

Sec.. 24 E. 33d st. Polytechnic Orchestra-121 Schermerhorn st. Musical Mutual Protective Union-91st st. and Org. 1895. 20 members. Robert F. Manning, 3d av. Org. 1863. 2,700 members. Sylvester A. Mgr.; John G. Giles, Jr., Sec.; Carl Venoti, Mus. Murphy, Pres.; John Mitthauer, Sec. Director.

Musurgia-Rehearsals Carnegie Hall. Concerts Prospect Heights Choral Society-Park Slope. Astoria Hotel. Org. 1884. 210 members. Samuel Org. 1897. 225 members. Geo. W. Shlebler, Pres.; T. Carter, Jr., Pres.; Fred. M. Frobisher, Sec., Herbert Wellington, Sec., 434 1st st.; H. E. H. 346 Broadway. Benedict, Con.

National Federation of Women's Musical Clubs Quintette Club-127 Schermerhorn st. Org. 1889. - Mrs. Theodore Sutro, Chn., 320 W. 102d st. Carl Venth. Leader.

New York Maennerchor 203 E. 56th st. Geo. C. Richard Wagner Musical Chorus-139 Evergreen Engel. Pres.; Edmund Paetlz, Jr., Sec. av.

Org. 1883. 77 members. Gustave Hummel, New York Quartette-74 E. 4th st. Org. 1895. 135 Pres.; Gustave Stegeman, Sec., 96 Eldert st. members. Hugo Grossenbach, Pres.; Albert Seel

Rothmaenner Liedertafel--148 Meserole av. Org hofer, Sec. 1869. 60 members. August Burghard, Pres.; Fred. New York Saengerbund Damenchor Central Pfeffer, Sec., 24 Meserole av.

Opera House. Org. 1893. 30 members. Mrs. Con

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-MUSICAL-Continued. rad J. Keller, Pres.; Miss Helene Freese, Sec., American Academy of Medicine--Org. 1876. 725 115 Sheridan av., Brooklyn.

members. Edward Jackson, Pres.; Chas. McIntire, New York Saengerbund-Central Opera House. Sec. and Treas, Easton, Pa. Org. 1848. 140 members. Henry Ocdrkoven, Pres.; American Academy of Political and Social Jos. Keller, Con., 1648 Madison st.

Science-Est. 1889 2,175 members. Edmund Oratorio Society of New York-7th av. and 57th James, Pres., University of Chicago; H. R. Seast. Andrew Carnegie, Pres.; Wm. B. Tuthill, Sec. ger, Cor. Sec., University of Pennsylvania; Stuart

People's Choral Union-1 University place. Org. Wood, Treas., 400 Chestnut st., Philadelphia, Pa.; 1894.

1,300 members. John McG. Goodale, Pres.; W. B. Righter, Mgr., Philadelphia, Pa. Holds Jno. McDonough, Sec.

monthly meetings. People's Singing Classes-Gen. office,

41 Uni. American Antiquarian Society-Membership limversity pl. Frank Damrosch,

Dir. ;

John M. ited to 140. Stephen Salisbury, Pres.; Chas. A. Goodall, Pres.; John McDonough, Sec. Has eight Chase, Rec. Sec.; Nathaniel Paine, Treas., all at elementary classes, meeting on Sunday, as fol- Worcester, Mass. lows: Educational Alliance Building, Jefferson American Anti-Vaccination League-19 Broadst. and E. Broadway; Adelphi Hall, 7th ay, and way, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1891. 300 memW. 520 st.; Beethoven Maennerchor Hall, 210 E. bers, Harlyn Hitchcock, Pres.; E. C. Townsend, 5th st.; Ebling's Casino, 156th st. and St. Anns Sec. av.: Harlem Arcade, 213 E. 124th st.; N. Y. American Asiatic Association--130 members. Org. Maennerchor Hall, 203 E. 56th st.; Lenox Acad 1898. Everett Frazer, Pres.; Samuel D. Brewster, emy, Grand Opera House; Friendly Aid Hall, 248 Vice-Pres.; John Foord, Sec., P. O. Box 1500, New E. 34th st. There are also advanced classes, one York; Joseph R. Patterson, Treas. at Cooper Union, one at Harlem Arcade and a American Association for the Advancement of choral Union at Cooper Union.

Science-Chartered 1874. F. W. Putnam, Pres., Philharmonic Society-Carnegie Hall. Org. 1842. Cambridge, Mass.; D. S. Kellicott, Gen. Sec., 93 members. E. Francis Hyde, Pres.; Aug. Roeb- Columbus, O.; R. S. Woodward, Treas., Columbelen, Sec., 429 Park av.

bia University, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Sohillerbund-170 E. 80th st. Org. 1850. 250 mem American Association of Allied Arts-213 Boulebers. Joseph Bail, Pres.; F. A. Holterman, Sec., vard, Manhattan, V. Y. City. Mrs. E. Launitz 236 E. 85th st.

Raymond, Pres.; Mrs. D. E, Oak, Sec., 215 E. 79th St. Augustine's Musical Circle-105-109 E. Hous- st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. ton st. Org. 1897. 10 members (limited). Edouard

American Association of General Passenger and C. Panitz, Dir.

Ticket AgentsCharles F. Fee, Pres., St. Paul, Swedish' Singing Society, Lyran-52 Lexington Minn.; Geo. H. Daniels, Vice-Pres., Grand Cenav. Org. 1889. 100 members. Carl Wahlstedt, tral Station, Manhattan, N. Y. City; A. J. Smith, Pres.; Carl Stenius, Sec.; C. K. Johansen, Treas.,

Sec., Cleveland, O. 108 Park row.

American Association of Opticians--Org. 1898. 185 Symphony Society--7th av, and 57th st. Andrew members. Charles Lembke, Pres.; Frederick BoCarnegie, Pres.; Laura J. Post, Sec., 24 E. 33a ger, Sec., 36 Maiden lane, Manhattan, N. Y. City. st.; Stephen F. Knevals, Treas.

American Association of Public Accountants Union Musicale Francaise-440 6th av. Org. 1881. 56-58 Pine st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1888. 29 members. F. Mourey, Pres.; Alphonse Berard, 100, members, Object, to elevate the profession Sec., 322 W. 34th st.

and bring all into one body. W. Sanders Davis, University Glee Club-Meets every Thursday Pres.; T. Cullen Roberts, Sec. evening at 138 5th av. Org. 1894. 60 active, 200 as American Authors' Guild-71 Broadway, Mansociate members. Noah H. Swayne, 2d Pres.; hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1892. 360 members. ObFrederick A. Parkhurst, Sec., 156 5th av.

ject: To maintain, define and defend literary propWagner Society--Org. 1894. 525 members. Miss | erty and advance interests of authors and litC. de Forest, Pres. ; Mrs. Elward G. Love, Sec., erature. Gen. James Grant Wilson, Pres.; Rev. 80 E. 55th st.

Edw'd 0. Flagg. Sec. Women's String Orchestra of New York-132 W.

American Bankers' Association-2 Wall st., Man85th st. Org. 1896. 38 members. Agnes M. Dress

hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1875, 3,450 banks. Geo. ler, Sec., 132 W. 85th st.; Carl V. Lachmund, Dir.

H. Russell, Pres., Detroit, Mich.; Walker Hill,

Treas.; James R. Branch, Sec., 20 Broad st., ManQUEENS.

hattan, N. Y. City. Arbeiter Liedertafel Singing Association-Broad American Baptist Historical Society-1420 Chestway and 7th av., L. 1. City. 1:0 members. Meets nut st., Philadelphia, Pa. Org. 1853. Rev. Lemuel Thurs. H. Wilkenz, Sec., 228 6th av.

Moss, Pres.; Rev. B. Mac Mackin, Sec. Frohssin Singing Society-Broadway and Stein American Bar Association-W'm. W. Howe, way av., L. I. City. Org. 1871. 130 members. Pres., New Orleans, La.; John Hinkley, Sec., 215 Gustave Harmsen, Pres.; Otto A. Webber, Sec., North Charles st., Baltimore, Md.; Francis Rawle, 522 Jamaica av.

Treas., Philadelphia, Pa. Harmony Singing Society-924 Steinway av. Org. American Bureau of Shipping-37 William st., 1880). 125 me bers. L. 1. City. Laurenz Kirch Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1862. T. B. Bleecker, hoff, Pres.; Wm. Neumann, Sec., 873 Albert st. Pres.; W. R. T. Jones, Sec.

Leiderkranz-Richmond Hill, Org. 1897. 48 mem American Chemical Society-Org. 1876. 300 members. P. Wittke, Pres.; K. Ackerman, Sec.

bers. Wm. McMurtrie, Pres.; Durand Woodman, Lyra Singing Association-Meets Tues. Broad Sec., 127 Pearl st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. way and Steinway av., L. I. City.

American Collectors' Association, Germania Maenner-Gesangerverein Eishenkranz-531 Ja (Philately, curiosities and antiquities). Org. 1890, maica av., L I. City. Org. 1893. 45 members. 520 members, B. Hartman, Pres.; Fred. Philips, Mon. H, Zipfel, Pres.; John Schwein, 218 Luyster International Sec, 15 1st av., Manhattan, N. Y. st., Sec.; A. Steinfeld, Mus. Dir.

City. Richmond Hill Liederkranz-A. Schulz. Pres.; American Copyright League--Offices in ManhatH. Kneiffer, Sec.

tan, N. Y. City. Org. 1883. Edmund Clarence

Stedman, Pres. ; Robert U. Johnson, Sec., 33 E. National and Patriotic Organizations. 17th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. (See also commemorative Societies.)

American Dialect Society-Org. 1889. 325 iem

bers. O. F. Emerson, Pres.: Eugene H. Babbitt, Actors' Fund of America--12 W. 28th st., Man

Sec.,

care of Columbia University, Manhattan, hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1882. 1,000 members. X. Y. City; Louis F. Mott, Treas., 17 Lexington Louis A. Aldrich, Pres.; Edwin Knowles, Sec. av,, Manhattan, N. Y. City.

Actors' National Protective Union No. 1-139 American Economic Association-Org. 1885. ObE. 13th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. John J. Pal- ject, promotion of economic science. 600 memlas, Pres.; Joe M. Lawrence, Sec.

bers. Arthur T. Hadley, Pres.; W. F. Willcox, Actors' Society of America-131 W. 40th st., Sec., Ithaca, N. Y. Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1894. 1,200 members. American Entomological Society-Org. 1859. H. F. F. Mackey. Pres.; Wm. F. Burroughs, Sec. C. McCook, Pres.; Wm. J. Fox, Cor. Sec., Academy

Acturial Society of America-Org. 1889. 105 of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa. members. Object, the science of life insurance. American Ethnological Society-American MuBloomfield J. Miller, Pres.; Israel C. Pierson, Sec., seum of Natural History. Org. 1842. Meetings 141 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City.

Sat. Dr. Chas. E. West, Pres., Albert S. BickAmerican Academy of Dramatic Arts-156 W. more, Sec.; Central Park, cor. W. 77th st., Man57th et., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Franklin H. hattan, N. Y. City. Object, to study the origin Sargent, Pres.; Benjamin F. Roeder, Treas.

and history of the aboriginal American races,

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-NATIONAL AND PATRIOTIC-Continued. diversity of languages, remains of ancient art, American Institute of Mining Engineers-Org and ancient civilization in America.

1871. 2,520 members. Charles Kirchoff, Pres.; R. American Flag Association--Org. 1898. Object, W. Raymond, Sec., 13 Burling slip, Manhattan, to preserve the Flag from desecration by law and N. Y. City. public sentiment. Ralph E. Prime, Pres., Yon American Institute of Phrenology-27 E. 21st st., kers, N. Y.; Gen. Thomas Wilson, Sec., 56 E, 76th Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1566. 700 members. st., Manhattan, N. Y. City.

Mrs. Charlotte F. Wells, Pres.; Henry S. DrayAmerican Flag House and Betsy Ross Memorial ton, Sec. Association-Headquarters, ON Flag House, 239 American Jersey Cattle Club-8 W. 17th st., ManArch St., Philadelphia Pa, Edmund Brooks, hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1868. 450 members. E. Pres.; John

Adams, Sec., 101 W. 89th A. Darling, Pres.; J. J. Hemingway, Sec. st., Manhatan, N. Y. City.

American Jewish Historical Society--Org. 1892 American Fisheries Society-Org. 1871. 250 iem 209 members. Hon. Oscar S. Straus, Pres.; Dr. bers. Geo. F. Peabody, Pres.; Herschel Whit Cyrus Adler, Sec., 943 K st., Washington, D. C. taker, Sec., Detroit, Mich.

American Library Association-Org. 1876. 1,000 American Founders' Association-Org. 1896. C. members. Wm. C. Lane, Pres.; Henry J. Carr, S. Bell, Pres.,, Hillsboro, O.; John A. Penton, Sec., Public Library, Scranton, Pa.; Gardner M. Sec., Detroit, Mich.

Jones, Treas. and Lib., Salem, Mass. American Geographical Society of New York

American Mathematical Society--Org. 1894. 320 11 W. 29th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1832.

members. Simon Newcomb, Pres.; F. N. Cole, 1,200 members. Hon. Chas. P. Daly, Pres.; Anton Sec., Columbia University, Manhattan, N. Y. City. A. Raven, Sec.

American Medical Association-Org. 1847. 8,000 American Guild of Organists. Org. 1896.

250 members. J. Mathews, Pres., Ky.; Wm. B, Atkin. members. Gerritt Smith, Warden; Will C. Mac

son, Sec., 1400 Pine st., Philadelphia, Pa.; Henry farland, Sec., 511 W. 145th st., Manhattan, N. Y. P. Newman, Treas., Illinois. City. American Hackney Horse Society-51 E 44th

American Metrological Society-Columbia Uni

530 st., Manhattan, N. Y. City; Incorp. 1891.

versity, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1873. 265

members. T, C. Mendenhall, members. F. J. Kimball, Pres.; W. Seward Webb,

Pres., Worcester,

Mass.; J. H. Gore, Sec., Columbia University, Sec.

Washington, D. C. Object: To improve system of American Historical Association-Washington, weights, measures and moneys. D. C. Org. 1889. 1,035 members. Geo. P. Fisher,

American Microscopical Society--Org, 1865. John LL. D., Pres.; Herbert B. Adams, Sec., Johns

B. Rich, Pres.; Oscar G. Mason, Sec., Bellevue Hopkins University, Baltimore, M.

Hospital, Manhattan, N. Y. City. American Horse Show and Exhibitors' Associa

American Society of Naturalists. Org. 1883. 225 tion-Org. 1898. E. V. R. Thayer, Pres., Boston, members H. P. Bowditch, Harvard Medical Mass.; Wm. H. Catlin, Vice-Pres., Rye, N. Y.; School; H. C. Bumpus, Sec., Providence, R. I. Harry E. Field, Sec., 945 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City; Geo. B. Huime, Treas., Providence,

American Numismatic and Archaeological Soci

ety--17 W. 43d st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. R. I.

Org. American Institute-111-115 W. 38th st., Manhat- 1858. 175 members. Andrew c. Zabriskie, Pres. ;

Bauman L. Belden, Sec., Elizabeth. N. J. tan, N. Y. City. Org. 1828. 1,244 members. Object to promote domestic industry and improvements in

American Oriental Society--Org. 1842. 354 mem. agriculture, commerce, manufactures and arts by

bers. Daniel C. Gilman, Pres.; E. Washburn Hopbestowing rewards on those who make such im kins, Sec., 235 Bishop st., New Haven, Conn.

American Ornithologists' Union-Org. 1883. 767 provements. Chas. F. Alc., Pres.; Wm. T. Peo

members William Brewster, Pres.; John H. Sage, ples, Seo. Henry Electrical Society, being the Electrical Sec., Portland, Conn.

American Philological Association-Org. 1569. Section--Org. 1894. 45 members. Geo. F. Sever, 475 members. Clement L. Smith, Pres.: Herbert Pres.; D. R. Lovejoy, Sec., 61 E. 117th st. Farmers' Club-Fred. M. Hexamer, Pres.

W. Smyth, Sec. and Treas., Bryn Mawr College, Meets 2d Tues. afternoons.

Pa. Photographical Section--Org. 1858. Oscar G.

American Philosophical Society-Independence Mason, Pres.; J. W. Bartlett, M. D. Sec., 149 square, Philadelphia. Org. 1743. Frederick Fra. W. 94th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Meets 1st Mills Hayes, s. P. Sadler, Vice-Prests. Meets 1st

ley, Pres. , Persifor Fraser, Frederick Prime, I. Tues.

and 3d Fridays. Polytechnic Section-Meets 3d Thurs. evenIngs.

American Protective Tariff League-135 W. 230

950 memAmerican Institute of Architects-N. Y. Chapter, I st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1885. 215 W. 57th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1857.

bers. Wm. L. Strong, Pres.; Wilbur F. Wakeman, 81 fellows. John M. Carrere, Pres.; Manhattan,

Sec. N. Y. City; Chas. J. Berg, Sec., 10 W. 230 st.,

American Railway Association-24 Park pl., Manhattan, N. Y. City.

Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1886._244 railways American Institute of Civics-See Educational are members. El D. T. Meyers, Pres.; W. F. Societies.

Allen, Sec. American Institute of Electrical Engineers-26 American Republican College League_Org. 1891. Cortlandt st., Manhattan, N. Y. City; 1.100 mem A. L. Davis, Pres., Michigan University; F. H. bers. Arthur E Kennelly, Pres., Philadelphia, Wurzer, Sec., _University of Notre Dame, South Pa.; Ralph W. Pope, Sec., 26 Cortlandt st., Man- Bend., Ind.; F. W. Sargent, Treas., Vermillion, hattan, N. Y. City.

S. Dak. American Institute of Homeopathy-Org. 1844.

American Social Science Association Org. 1865. 2,000 members. Benj. F. Bailey, Pres.; Eugene H. 300 members. F. J. Kingsbury, Pres.; Frederick Porter, Gen. Sec., 181 W. 73d st., Manhattan, N. Root, Gen. Sec.; Anson P. Stokes, Treas., 47 Y. City.

Cedar st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. American Institute of Instruction-200 mem

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty bers.

to Animals Madison Geo. E. Church, Pres., Providence, R. I.;

av. and E. 26th st., ManWalter P. Beckwith, Sec., 285 Lafayette 'st., Sa- hattan, N. Y. City: Brooklyn office, 13 Willoughby

st. Incorp. April 10, 1866, and supported by volunlem, Mass.

tary contributions, John P. Haines, Pres. (See American Institute of Instruction-Boston, Mass. Org. 1830. 250 members.

Charities.)
Orsamus B. Bruce,

American Society Mechanical Engineers-12 W. Preg., Lynn, Mass.; Alvin F. Pease, Sec., North

316t St., Manhattan, X. Y. City,

Org. 0 1,881 ampton, Mass. American-Irish Historical Society-Org.

members. Geo. W. Melville, Pres.: F. R. Hut

1897. 1,100 members. Edward A, Moseley, Pres.-Gen.,

ton, Sec., 296 Lexington av.; W. H. Wiley, Treas. Washington, D. C.; Thomas H. Murray, Sec., 2

American Society of Civil Engineers-220 W. 57th Woodstock av., Boston, Mass.; N. Y. State V. P., st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1852. 2,100 meinJames R. O'Beirne, Manhattan, N. Y. City.

bers. Alphonse Ftley, Pres.; Chae. W. Hunt. Sec. American Railway Master Mechanics' Associa American Society of Heating and Ventilating

1894. 150 members. Wiltsie F. tion-Robert Quayle, Pres., C. & N. W. R. R., Engineens-Org. Chicago, Ill.: John W. Cloud, Sec., 974 Rookery Wolfe, Pres.; Stewart A. Jellett, Sec., 70 Trinity Building, Chicago, Ill.; J. N. Barr, Treas., Mil- pl., Manhattan, N. Y. Oity. waukee, Wis.

Aimerican Society of Religious Education WashAmerican Society of Church History-14 E. 31st ington, D. C. Org. 1888. Gen. John Eaton, Pres.; st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Samuel M. Jackson, Rev. J. E. Gilbert, Sec., Washington, D. C. Sec.

American Statistical Association-Founded 1839.

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SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-NATIONAL AND PATRIOTIC- Continued. 579 members. Carroll D. Wright, 491 Boylston st, General Society U. S. Daughters, 1812—332 W. Boston, Mass., Pres.; Davis R. Dewey, Sec., Mass Sith sl, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1892. 600 memInstitute of Technology, Boston; John S. Clark, bers. Mrs. Wm. Gerry Slade, Pres.; Mrs. Leroy S. Trens,

Smith, Ske. American Sunday School Union--1122 Chestnut Geological Society of America-Org. 1588. 248 st., Philadelphia, Pa. Org. 1821. 2,su mumbers. members. J. J. Stevenson, Pres.; H. L. Fairchild, Morris K. Jesup, Pres., Manhattan, N. Y. City; Sec., University of Ranchester, N. Y. J. M. Crowell, Sec.

Huguenot Society of America--105 E. 22d American Theatrical Exchange_1402 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Henry G. Marquand, Pres.; Manhattan, N. Y. City; Henry Greenwall, Pres.; Lea M. Luqueer, Sec., 8 Pierrepont st., Brooklyn, Wm B. Seeskind, Sec.

N. Y. Anti-Vaccination Society of America-Org. 1895. International Associazion of Car Accountants-H. 200 members. L. H. Piehn, Pres. ; Dr. M. R. Lover - G. Sleight, Pres., Terre Haute, Ind.; G. S. Russell, son, Sec., 120 Lexington av., Manhattan, N. Y. Sec., Cedar Rapids, Ia.; J. W. Burnham, Treas., City

Boston, Mass. Association of American Railway Accounting International Horseinen's Association-T. J. Officers--P. A. Hewitt, Pres., Cincinnati, O.; C. G. Berry, Pres., Chicago; J. R. Corrigan, Sec., MilPhilips, Sec., 70 Dearborn st., Chicago, I.

waukee, Wis. Ayresbire Breeders' Association, Brandon, Vit. International League of Press Clubs Boston, Org. 1875. 223 members. L. S. Drew, Pres., Burling-Mass. Org 1891. 3,000 membens. P. C. Boyle, Press.; ton, Vt.; C. M. Winslow, Sec., Brandon, Vt. C. Frank Reed, Sec., Buston Press Club.

Aztec Club of 1847-Composed of officers of the Irish National Federation of America-47 W. U. S. Army in the Mexican war. The society le 420 st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1891. Thomas perpetuated by each member naming as his suc. Addis Emmet, Pres.; Joseph P. Ryan, Sec.; John cessor his son or blood relation, Capt. P. T. Tum. D. Crimmins, Sec. Object, to aid in obtaining ley, Pres., Illinois; Gen. H. G. Gibson, U. S. home rule for Ireland. A., Sec., 2104 Ward pl., Washington, D. C.

Japan-American Commercial and Industrial AsBaptist Young People's Lnion of America. Org. sociation-Tokyo, Japan and Times Building, Man1891. 225,000 members. John H. Chapman, Presilhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1895. 700 members. 500 in Rev. E. E. Chivers, Sec., 324 Dearborn st., Chica- Japan. Object, to aid manufacturers, merchants

and shippers of U. S. in their trade with Asiatic Catholic Summer School of America Cliff Haven

nations. Shizus Kondo, Pres.; Chas. E. Locke, Dir. (near Plattsburg). N. Y. Org. 1892. Rev. Michael for United States. J. Lavelle, N. Y., Pres.; Warren E. Mosher, League of American Sportsmen-Org. 1898. 971 Sec., Youngstown, O.

members. 8 states are now organized for the proCentury Road Club of America. Headquarters, tection of game and song birds. G. O. Shields, Cleveland, O. Org. 1892. 2,000 members. For pro- Pres.; Arthur F. Rioe, Sec., 19 W. 24th st, Manhutmotion of cycling and century riding. W. L. tan, N. Y. City. Kreitenstein, Pres.; Chas. M. Fairchild, Sec. Medal of Honor Legion, Washington, D. C.-Org.

Children of the American Revolution National 1890. 475 members. Amos J. Cummings, Com.; Society-Incorp. April 11, 1895. Maile and female James R. Dunham, Adj., Washington, D. c. descendants (minors) of soldiers of American Rey Medio)-Legal Society-Org, 1867. 1,180 members. 0.ution. Mrs. Daniel Lothrop, Pres.; Mrs. Barulett The Society has Vice-Pres. in every state and J. Cromwell, Sec., 1325 New Hampshire av., Wash territory, as well as in Canada, and in many ington, D. C.

European countries. B. W. McLeod, Pres.; Clark Colonial Dames of America--156 5th av. Mrs. J. Bell, `sec., 39 Broadway. Manhattan, N. Y, City. Lyon Gardiner, Pres.; Mrs. T. M. Cheesman, Sec.; Military Order of Foreign Wars-Org. 1894. Mrs Oscar E. Schmidt, Treas., 78 Clinton pl., Veterans and desexdants of veterans of one or Manhattan, N. Y. City.

more of the foreign wars in which the U. S has Colonial Daughters of the 17th Century--Mrs. H. ben engaged. David Banks, Com., 20 Murray st., P. Halsey, Pres., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Halsey, Manhattan, x. Y. City; Charles P. Robinson, Sec. Sec. Mrs. Higgins. Historian.

Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the U'. Colonial Order of the Acorn-Has chanceries in 8.-140 Nassau st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 13 states. New York Chancery, Wm. Cary San 1965. Gen, Grenville M, Dodge, Com. in Chief; ger, Chancellor; Camillus G. Kidder, Vice Chan Paymaster, A. Noel Blakeman. cellor, 27 William st., Manhattan, X. Y. City.

X, Y. State Commandery-A. Noel Blakeman, Onuncil of Jewish Women--Headquarters, Chi Sec., 140 Nassau st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. cago, M. Org. 1893. 4,500 members. Object: Study Military Society of the War of 1812 (Veteran

Jewish History Literature and Religion. Corps of Artillery)-Rev. Morgan Dix, Pres.; HenHannah G. Solomon, Pres.; Sandie American, Sec., ry Chauncey, Jr.. Sec., 12-13 William st., Room 3130 Vernon av., Ohicago, Ill.

1109, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Daughters of American Revolution-Mrs. L. G. National Academy of Sciences-Incorporated by Stevenson, Pres.

an act of Congress in 1863. Wolcott Gibbs, Pres., Daughters of the Revolution--156 5th av., Man Newport, R. I.; Alexander Agassiz, Foreign Sec., hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1891. Mrs. Henry San Cambridge, Mass.; Ira Remsen, Home Sec., Balger Snow, Pres., Brook yn; Mrs. L. D. Gailison, timore, Md. Sec., 156 5th av

National Anti-Spiritualists Association, Adrian, Druggists' Alliance of America—John F. Mor- Mich. - Henry J. Becker, Pres.: i. D. Hagaman, risey, Pres., 351 Fulton st., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Jud. Sec. son D, Russell, Sec.

National Association of Credit Men--20 Nassau Exporters Association of America, 11 Broadway, st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1896. 2,500 memManhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1885. 780 members. Ob- bers. James G. Cannon, Pres.: F. R. Boocock, jeot, to inoreuse demand for American gools in for- Sec. eign markets. Chas. H. Hutchins, Pres.; Andrer National Association of Democratic ClubsPower, Sec.

Hutchins Bldg., cor. 10th and D sts., Washington, Federation of Almerican Musicians-Org. 1896.

D. C. Org. 1988. 750,000 members. Chauncey F. 9.800 members. Owen Miller, Pres.; St. Louis, 10.; Black, Pres., York, Pa.; Wm. A. Clark, Treas., Jacob J. Schmalz, Sec., 1310 Main st., Cincin Butte, Mont.; Laurence Gardner, Sec., Washingnati, O.

ton, D. C. General Historic Council. U. S. Daughters 1812Mrs. Wm. Gerry Slade. Pres. Gen.; Mrs. Leroy Sears, Rear-Admiral; Fred E. Hoskins, Sec., 767

National Association of Naval Veterans-Cyrus 3. Smith, Sec., 151 W. 117th st., Manhattan, N. Y. Washington av., Brooklyn, N. Y. City.

Nacional Association of Newsdealers, BooksellGeneral Society of Colonial Wars-Org. 1993. 2.500 ers anů Stationers--T. F. Martin, Pres., Manhatmembers. Frederick J. de Peyster, Gov. Gen'l.; tan; F. R. Sampson, Sec., Manhattan; T. J. Quinn, Howland Pell, Sec. Gen'i, 27 Willlam st, Manhat-|Treas., Manhattan. tan, N. Y. City.

National Association Railway Postal ClerksGeneral Society of Mayflower Descendants, Hornellsville, N. Y. Org. 1891. 4,829 members. Plymouth, Mass. H. E. Howland, Gov., N. Y.; There is an association in each of the eleven Geo. E. Bowman, Sec., Boston., Mass.

divisions into which the country is divided by the General Society of the War of 1812-Philadelphia, P. (), Dept. The second division comprises V. Y., Pa, Org. 1814. 1.800 members. John Cadwalader, Penn.. N. J., Del., and the Peninsula of Md. and Pres.; Appleton Morgan, Pres. for N. Y. and x. Va. These are composed of local divisions: New J., care of Colonial Club, Manhattan, N. Y. City. York City, Philadelphia, Albany, Buffalo, Harris

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SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-NATIONAL AND PATRIOTIC-Continued. burg and Williamsport, Pa., comprise second divis. tarian appropriations of pub.ic funds. Wm, H. ion.

Parsuns, Pres.; James M. King, Sec. National officers: C. L. Shaffer, Pres.; Geo. A. National League of Mineral Painters-Org. 1892. Wood, Sec., Portsmouth, N. H.

400 members. Mrs. Worth Osgood, Pres., 402 MadSecond Division: 469 members. N. L. Harrison, ison st., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss Kate Horlocker, Pres.; C. C. Reiff, Sec., Reading Terminal, Sec., 28 E. 23d st., Manhattan, X, Y. City. Philadelphia, Pa.

National Municipal League-Org. 1894. James C. N. Y. Branch-Members 128. L. G. Franklan, Carier, Pres., Manhattan, N. Y. City; Clinton Pres. ; W. E. Pearce, Sec., Point Pleasant, X. J. Rogers Woodruff, Sec., 514 Walnut St., Phi.adelNational Board of Fire Underwriters-156 Broad- phia, Pa, Composed of 110 associations formed way, Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1866. 117 niem in cities, having as an object improvement of bers. E. C. Irvin, Philadelphia, Pres.; R. B. municipal government. Beath, Philadelphia, Sec.; H. K. Miller, Sec. ex

National Philatelic Society-351 4th av., ManCom., 156 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City. hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1874. 80 members. J.

National Board of Marine Underwriters-6 Han M. Andreini, Pres.; Walter S. Scott, Sec., 87 Nasover st.. Manhattan, N, Y. City. Chas. Platt, sau st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Pres.; J. Raymon Smith, Sec.

National Primary Election League New York National Business League-535 Stock Exchange and Chicago. Org. 1898. 1,000 members in 36 Building, Chicago, M. F. W. Peck, Pres.; Austin states. Objeot, to secure honest primaries. JoA. B. Winham, Sec.

siah Quincy, Pres.; Ralph M. Easley, Sec., 215 National Citizens' Alliance 41 Park Row, Man First National Bank, Chicago, Ill. hattan, N. Y. City. John G. Boyd, Pres.; Henry National Republican League of U. S.-Geo. Nichols, Sec., 56 New st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Story, Pres., California; Mahlon D. Young, Sic.,

National Civil Service Reform League-54 Will: Headquarters, Auditorium Hotel, Ohioago, I!. lam st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1881. 35 National Scu pture Society-215 W. 57th st., Manlocal associations. Cari Schurz, Pres.; George Mc

hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1893. 232 members. J. Aneny, Sec.

Q. A. Ward, Pres.; Barr Ferree, Sec., 112 Wall National Christian League for Promotion of st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Social Purity-33 E. 221 st., Manhattan, N. Y. City.

National Society Children of the American RevOrg. 1889. Elizabeth B. Granniss, Pres. ; Isaac N. olution-Incorp. April 11, 1895. Male and female Miller, Sec., 293 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. descendants (minors) of soldiers of American City.

Revolution. Mrs Adlai E. Stevenson, Pres.; Mrs. National Confectionery Manufacturers Board Mary Sawyer Foot, Cor. Sec., 920 Massachusetts of Trade-271 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City. av., Washington, D. C. 125 members. Frank .. Horne, Pres.; Cornelius

National Society of the Colonial Dames S. Loder, Sec. and Mgr.

America Council meets in Washington, D. C., National Congress of Mothers-Loan and Trust every two years, Org. 1892. 3,400 members. Mrs. Building, Washington, D. C. Org. 1896. Mrs. S. Howard Townsend, Pres.; Mrs. Wm. Reed, Sec., W. Birney, Pres.; Mrs. Vesta H. Cassidy, Sec., 825 St. Paul st., Baltimore, Md. Forest Glen, Md.

National Society of New England Women-332 National Cycle Track Association-See Cycling. W. 87th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1895. National Dental Association--0:8. 1897. 350 mem 550 members. Mrs. Wm. Gerry S.ade, Pres.: Miss bers. H. F. Burkhart, Batavia, N. Y., Pres.; A. Mabel Sutton, Sec., 119 W. 126th st., ManhatEmma Eames Chase, Cor. Sec., 3334 Washington tan, N. Y. City. av., St. Louis, Mo., Henry W. Morgan, Treas., National Society of the Spanish-American War Nash le, Tenni.

Org. 1898. Or inized to erect monument National Elucational Association-Org. 1857. the heroic dead and to inculcate and foster true 10,000 members. E. Oram Lyte, Pres., Millers patriotism. Clara Barton, Pres.; Mrs. John A. vile, Pa.; Irwin Shepard, Sec., Winona, Minn.; Logan, Rear Admiral Schley, Maj. Gen. Miles, I. C. McNeill, Treas., West Superior, Wis.

Vice-Prests. ; Dr. H. H. Langsdorff, Sec., Carlisle, National Electric Ligh: Association---Org. 1885. Pa. 230 members. A. M. Young, Pres, ; George F. National Spiritualists' Association-600 Pennsyl. Porter, Sec., 136 Liberty st., Manhattan, N. Y. vania av., S. E., Washington, D. C.Org. 1893. City.

400 societies. H. D. Bruela, Pres.; Francis B. National Farmers' Alliance-Elwood Furnas, Wooibury, Sec. Pres., Nevada, Ia.; August Post, Sec. und Treas., Natural Science Association of America Ottice Moulton, Ia.; Geo. E. Lawrence, Lecturer, Marion, 114 5th av., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Incorp. 1892. 0.

12,200 members. Jacob Studer, Pres.; Wm.

E. National Fisheries Association-Org. 1872. Wm. Tisdale, Sec. L. May, Pres., Nebraska; Frank J. Amsden, Naval Order of the United States Org. Treas., 303 W. 111th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City; Mas: .chusetts, 1890. General commandery organDr. J. A. Hendshall, Sec., Ohio.

iz : June 19, 1893. Rear Admiral John G. Walker, National Florists' Board of Trade-Incorp, 1898.

U. N., 1202 18th st., N. W., Washington, D. C., 100 members. 271 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. Pres.; Captain Henry H. Bellas, Gen. Recorder, City. Alvin Thomas, Pres.; Cornelius S. Loder,

Germantown, Pa. Composed of officers and deSec. and Mgr.

scendants who served in the navy and marine National Fraternal Congress-Org. 1896. 2,000,000, corps in an war or battle of the United States. D. E. Stevens, Pres., Philadelphia, Pa.; Dr. Oron Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors, hyateka, Vice-Pres.; M. W. Sackett, Sec.-Treas., Cincinnati, 0.-Org. 1876. Branches in all the Meadville, Pa.

States. Membership limited to Mayflower Society, Natonal Good Roads Congress-Org. 1993. Gen. Sons of Colonial Wars and Colonial Dames, Miss Roy Stone, Pres., Washington, D. C.; W. G. Mary C. Richardson, Gov. Gen., Covington, Ky. Whitby, Sec., Atlanta. Ga.

Order of the Founders and Patriots of Amer National Grange, Patrons of Husbandry-Org. ica-Incorp. 1896.375 members. Object, to collect 1866. An association of farmers. Aaron Jones, the history and trace geneaoigy of the patriots of Master, South Bend, Ind.; 0. H. Hall, Overseer, the Revolution and first settlers of the country. North Stockholm, N. Y.; John Trimble, Sec., 514 Gen. Stewart L. Woodford, Gov. Gen., Brook.yn, F st., Washington, D. C.

N. Y.; Wm. A. Halsey, Dep. Gen. Gov.; Charles National Horse Show Association of America M. Glazier, Sec. Gen.Conn.; Charles W. Spar (Limited)--16 E. 23d st.Manhattan. N. Y. City. hawk, Treas. Gen., Penn. Org. 1883 1.000 members. Cornelius Fellowes, New York Society: John W. Goodrich, Gov.; Pres.; John G. Heckscher, Sec.

John F. Winslow, Sec. National Humane Alliance - United Charities Onder of the 0:d Guard-Incorp. 1896. Object, Building, 105 E 220 st., Manhattan, N. Y. (ity. to teach respect for American flag, the ConstituIncorp. 1897. H. L. Ensign, Pres.; Edward C. tion of the United States and proper observance Vick, Sec.

of nationa: ho.idays. Chas. P. Bryan, Pres.; Geo. National Hunt Association-170 Nassau st., Man

B. Horr, Sec., 138 Jackson boulevard, Chicago, II. hattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1888. 115 members,

Order of Washington Throughout U. S.-Org. Thomas Hitchcock, Jr.. Pres.; H. A. Buck, Sec. 1895. Dr. W. H. Bullock, Pres.; R. E. Wright, National League for the Protection of American

C. S. S. Forward, Sec. Institutions-1 Madison av., Manhattan, N. Y. Patriotic League of the Revolution-Founded in City. Org. 1889. Ohject, to secure constitucional 1882 in Brooklyn. Headquarters, 101 Lafayette av., and legisative safeguards for the protection of Brooklyn, N. Y. 60 members. Object, to create the common school system and to prevent sec interest in American history; to collect and pre

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