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SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-NATIONAL AND PATRIOTIC-Continued. serve rellos of the Revolution; to foster patriotism. Y. D. R. McBain, Pres., Jackson, Mich.; W. O. The consideration of existing institutions on in Thompeon, Sec., 415 Marion st., Elkhart, Ind. dividual development and promote proper applica Traveling Men's Club-Harrisburg, Pa. Org. tion of same. Mrs. Virginia C. Titcomb, Pres. ; 1888. 200 members. W. H. Wasson, Pres.; Fred. Mrs. Darwin R. James, Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Nathan Morgenthaler, Sec. iel Cothran, Sec.

irunn Line Association, Passenger Department Patriotic Order Sons of America-Org. 1847. 100,- / -143 Liberty st., Manhattan. 12 railroads are 000 members. Chas, F. Schaale, Nat. Pres., Mt. members. L. P. Farmer, Commissioner; Wm. Carroll, 111.; Fred E. Stees, Nat. Sec., 524 N. 6th Fleming, Sec.: C. M. Burt. Chief Rate Clerk. st., Philadelphia, Pa.; Frank B. Spiese, Nat. Trustees of Scenic and Historic Places-Andrew Treas., Tamaqua, Pa.; Sec. for N. Y., Chas. D. H. Green, Pres.; John Winfield Scott, Sec., 214 Pendail, 86 Chenango st, Binghamton, N. Y. Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City.

Camp No. 6-158 E. 27th st., Manhattan, N. Y. United Confederate Veterans-Org. New Orleans, City. 2, 4 Mon. Albert M. Pettiner, Sec., 240 1889. John B. Gordon, Commander, Georgia; Gen. E. 230 st., Manhattan, N. Y. City.

Geo. Moorman, Chief of Staff, New Orleans, Camp No. 21-Pennsylvania and Liberty avs., Northern Division: Gen. John C. Underwood, 260 Brooklyn, N. Y. 2, 4 Fri. Robert J, Cummings, South Clark st., Chicago, Ill. Sec., 211 Snediker av., Brooklyn, N. Y.

United Daughters of the Confederacy-Nashville, Pointer Club of America--Org. 1888. 92 members. Tenn. Org. 1893. 11,000 members. Mrs. Kate c! Object, breeding of pointers and holding field Currie, Pres., Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. J. M. Duncan, trials. George J. Gould, Pres.; Frederick S. Web Jr., Cor. Sec., Yazoo City, Miss. ster, Sec., Mount Vernon, N. Y.

United Sous of Confederate Veterans-CharlesRailway and Telegraph Employes Political ton, S. C. Org. 1896. 6,000 members. Robert A, League of America-25 31 av., Manhattan, N. Y. Smyth, Oom.; Daniel Ravenel, Adjt.-Gen., City. Org. 1896. 3,000 members in N. Y. Object,

Charleston, S. C. to improve the condition of R. R. men. Grand U. S. Board on Patriotic Names-- Washington, State Organizer, C. Elbeisz ; Sec., C. J. Johnson. D. C. Org. 1890. 10 members. To this board is

Railway Conductors' Club of North America referred all questions concerning geographic 115 E. 34th st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. CH leg

names arising in the departments, and their deE. Weisz, Man. Gov.; C. D. Crane, Sec.

cisions are final. Henry Gannett, Chn.; Marcus Single Tax League of the United States--111

Baker, Sec., Washington, D. C. Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y, City, Org. 1890. Tom L'. S. Catholic Historical Society-Org. 1885. 120 L. Johnson. Pres., Ohio; Robert Baker, Sec., 169 members. Most Rev. M. A. Currigan, Hon. Pres.; Remsen st., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Chas. G. Heberman, Pres.; M. F. Vallette, Sec., Society for Home Study of Holy Scripture and 791 Willoughby av., Brooklyn, N. Y. Church History--1316 N st., Washington, D. C. U. S. Export Association-143 Chambers

st., Incorp, 1889. 250 members. Rt. Rev. H. G, Satter Manhattan, N. Y. City. Org. 1895. 270 members. lee, Pres.; Miss Sarah Smiley, Sec.

Object, to exte..d American trade. F. B. ThurSociety for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities ber, Pres.; Hylton Swan, Sec. Richmond, Va. Org. 1887. 500 members. Mrs. U. S. Railway Mail-Service Mutual Benefit AsJoseph Bryan, Pres., Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Judgesociation-D. P. Waring, Pres. Pryor, Vice-Pres., Manhattan, N. Y. Oity; Mrs. Volapuk (Universal Language) Association-Org. H. A. Claiborne, Sec., 609 W. Grace st., Rich- 1885. 185 members. Ph. Heinsberger, Pres., 15 1st mond, Va.

av., N. Y. City; Frederick Philips, Inter. Sec. Society of Colonial Wars (Nat.)-45 William st., Western Railway Association-B. F. Ayer, Pres. ; Manhattan, N. Y. City. Frederick J. de Peyster, E. P. Amory, Sec., Chicago, Ill. Gov. Gen'l; David Banks, Sec.

Western Railway Club-F. A. Delano, Pres.: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engl-F. M. Whyte, Sec., 1225 Dearborn st., Chicago. neers-12 W. 31st st., Manhattan, N. Y. City. Women's National Indian Association-Mrs. A. Org. 1893. 574 members. Clement A. Griscom, S. Quinton, Pres.; Miss E. W. Jones, Sec.; Miss Pres.; Francis T. Bowles, Sec.-Treas.

H. R. Foote, Treas.
Sons of the American Revolution-Edward S.
Barrett, Pres. Gen., Concord, Mass.;. Samuel E.

Social Clubs.
Gross, Sec. Gen., 604 Masonic Temple, Chicago,
III.; C. W. Haskins, Treas. Gen., 30 Broad st.,

BROOKLYN.
Manhattan, N, Y. City. Societies in 34 states.

Amaranth Social-155 Bridge st. Org. 1896. 25 State officers: Chauncey M. Depew, Pres., Man

members. Michael J. Gildea, Pres.; Frank S. Mchattan, N. Y. City; Wm. W. Konly, Sec., 1123 Dermott, Sec., 16 Duffield st. Broadway. Manhattan, N. Y. City; Richard T.

Amator •Kiubben (Amateur Club)-310 Atlantic Davis, Treas. Membership in U. S. is: Ariz., 20; av. Gustave Backman, Pres.; A. N. Edlund, Sec. Ark., 28; Cal., 288; Col., 86; Conn., 1,009; Del.,

Anawanda-414 Bedford av. Org. 1893. 47 mem35; Dist. of Columbia, 408; Fla., 34; Ill., 470; Ind., bers. C. C. Macray, Pres.; Theodore Kohn, Sec., 148; Ia., 1.8; Kan., 132:

101; La.,

193 Wilson st. Me., 331; 161; Mass., 1,300 : Mich., 55;

Aurora Grata Masonic Club-1160 Bedford av. Minn., 411; Miss., 201; Mon., 25; Neb., 60; N. H..

Org. 1887. 250 members. F. C. Mason, Pres.; C. 279; N. J., 409; N. Y., 1,150; O., 334; Ore., 136;

E. Stump. Sec.; Wm. E. Cook, Treas. Penn., 148; R. I., 224;' Tex., 25; Utah, 49; Ver.,

Bedford Club-634 Classon av. 260 members. 270; Va., 108; Wash., 113; Wis., 187; France, 15;

Samuel J. Welch, Pres.; James Kelly, Sec., 634 Hawail, 65. Total, 8,735.

Classon av.; Geo. L. O'Donnell, Treas. Society of the Army of Tennessee-Org. 1869. Borough Park Club-13:h av., bet. 50th and 5tet Gen. Grenville E. Dodge, Pres., Iowa; Gen, An- sts. Org. 1898. 150 members. S, S. Voshell, Pres.; drew Hickenlooper, Sec., Cincinnati, O.; Gen. Geo. W. Bearers, Sec. Manning F. Force, Treas., Sandusky, O.

Brooklyn-Pierrepont st., cor. Clinton. 275 memSociety of the Cincinnati-Hon. Wm. Wayne, bers. Incorp. 1865. William Hester, Pres.; Geo. Pres. Gen., Pa.; Asa B. Gardner, Sec., Garden P. Merrill, Vice-Pres.; Wm. C. Smith, Treas.; City, L. I.

Henry Farle, Sec. Society of the Army of the Potomac-Org. 1869. Brooklyn Barnard Club-132 Remsen st. Org. 2,500 members. Gen. Orlando Smith, U. S. A., 1896. 350 members. Mrs. F. P. Bellamy.

Chon; Pres. ; Horatio C. King, Sec., 375 Fulton st., Mrs. Thos. R. French, Sec., 150 Joralemon st. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Brooklyn Germania--120 Schermerhorn_st. Org. Sons of the Revolution-John Lee Carroll, Gen. 1863. 250 members. J. Decker, Pres.; A. R. Buecheral Pres., Ellicott City, Md. : James Mortimer ner. Sec. Montgomery, Gen'l Sec., 146 Broadway. Manhat

Brooklyn Schnorrer-237 Johnson av. Org. 1886. tan, X. Y. City. New York State officers are:

50 members (limited). Wm. Herthe, Pres.; Henry Frederick S. Tallmadge, Pres., Manhattan, N. Y.

Bauer. Sec., 46 Bartlett st. City; Alex. R. Thompson, Sec., 146 Broadway, Org. 1890.

Bushwick Club-Bushwick av.

and Hart st. Manhattan, N. Y. City.

400 members. Thos. J. Kenna, Pres.:

Louis Degenhardt, Sec.; Wm. Batterman, Treas. Sound Money League-Org. 1897. 5,000 members, Carleton Club-6th av., cor. St. Marks. Org. J. Sterling Morton. Pres. ; E. V. Smalley, Sec., 740 1881. 113 members. B. J. York, Pres.; Victor A. Monadnock Block, Chicago, Ill.

Robertson, Sec., 777 A Union st. Train Dispatchers Association of America-H. Colonia-Org. 1892. 62 members. Mrs. M. An. B. Ware, Pres., Wymore, Neb.; J. F. Mackie, nette Brush, Pres.; Mrs. Emilie K. Watt, Sec., Sec., C., R. I. and P. R. R., Chicago. II.

179 Washington av. Traveling Engineers' Association--Buffalo, N. Columbia-52 Lexington av. Org. 1873. 184

Ky.,

Org.

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-SOCIAL CLUBS–Continued. members. Frank Nufer, Pres.; Geo. Reinhardt, Midwood--Flatbush, near Caton av. 15 memSec.

bers. Wm. A. A. Brown, Pres.; W. Joel Moran, Columbian-81 Hanson pl. Org. 1881. 400 mem Sec.; Sydney F. Walker, Treas. bers.

Eugene F. O'Connor, Pres.; Benj. A. Monroe Social-1017 Gates av. Wm. S. Davis, Keiley, Sec., 213 Clermont av.

Pres.; F. Miller, Sec. Columbian Club of South Brooklyn--346 15th_st. Montauk-Lincoln pl. and 8th av. Incorp. 1889: Org. 1892. 50 members. Wm. T. Travis, Pres.; Ed- 500 members. Charles A Moore, Pres. ; Algernon win A. Purcell, Sec., 346 15th st.

S. Higgins, Sec.; H. B. Henson, Treas. Cortelyou-Bedford, near Newkirk av.

New York Arbreath Ass'n-52 Court st. 80 mem1896. 275 members. P. J. Sullivan, Pres.; Geo. W.

bers,

Allen Cruickshanks, Pres.; Archibald AnTravis, Sec. Has athletic and cycle clubs and derson, Sec., 468 6th av. Dramatic Society.

Oxford-Lafayette av., corner of South Oxford Cosmopolitan-242 Prospect_av. Org. 1892.' 30 st. Incorp. 1890. 350 members. Geo. A. Price, members, Wm. Kennedy, Pres.; Herman Fox, Pres.; Adolph E. Smylie, Sec.; Frederick Worth, Sec.

Treas. Crescent-25-29 Clinton st. Country house, Shore Pequod-133 New Jersey av. Org. 1894. Wm. J. road and 83d st., Bay Ridge. 1,500 members. Carr, Pres.; Charles Kruse, Sec., 188 Ellery st.; Jae. H. Oliphant, Pres.; A. W. Higgins, Sec. Frank C. Rhodes, Treas. Dacotah-Geo. A. Shellas, Pres., 39 Linden st.;

Princeton Social--162 Atlantic av. 80 members. Charles Lockwood, Sec.

Mrs. E. H. Range, Pres.; Miss Mamie E. Smith, Daniel J. Donovan Association--260 Bedford av.

15 Greene lane, Sec. D. E. McKeever, Pres.; Arthur Harigel, Cor. Sec. Progrese Club of Sixteenth Ward--168 Scholes st.

Dyker Heights Club-86th st. and 13th av. Org. Org. 1895, 100 members. Chas, F. Williams, Pres.; 1899. 100 members. Walter L. Johnson, Pres.; George Lehman. Sec., 194 Scholes st. Frank A. Seaver, Sec.

Prospect-Prospect Heights. Org. 1897. 42 memEckford-95 Broadway. George Gallagher, Pres.;

bers. Mrs. Julia Arnold Kempland, Pres.; Mrs. Samuel Bloch, Sec.; John Stree:on, Treas.

Geo. B. Bertz, 276 Garfield pl. Erasmus Club-19 Grant st., Flatbush. William Ridge-2d av. and 720 st. Org. 1893. 95 memSchmidt, Pres.; Walter L. Hegeman, Sec.

bers. E. W. Blics, Pres. ; James H. Townsend, Excelsior-Clinton and Livingston sts.

Org.

Sec., 80th st. and 3d av, 1854. 100 members. Geo. W. Chauncey, Pres.; Robt. M. Dixson, Jr., Association-310 Wythe Wm. De Vigne, Sec., 22 Fort Greene pl.

av., corner Grand et. Org. 1890. 123 members. Excelsior Social-St. James School, Jay st. Org. James Ross, Pres.; Frank Dixson, Sec. 1896. 45 members. Wm. Sullivan, Pres.; John

Saratoga Social Club-2042 Fulton st. Org. 1895. Lucas, Sec., 1087 Oxford st.

60 members. H. J. Huyler, Pres.; J. F. Crane, Sec. Farmers'-603 Grand st. Org. 1883. 100 members.

South Side Social Club-120 Varet st. 25 memJno. J. Dempsey. Pres.; John Feegan, Sec.; An

bers. Caleb Whitford, Pres.; Wm. Lober, See. ton Dahlbender, Sec.

St. Lawrence Fortnightly Club-Org. 1898. 25 German Machinists' Club-Henry Wingen, Pres.; members. Bart Hawley, Pres.; James F. McKinHenry Pickener, Sec., 36 Debevoise st.

ney, Sec., 596 Bedford av. Glenada-Decatur st. and Glenada pl. Org. 1897.

Triangle-Bedford av., cor. S. 8th st. Org. 1896. 50 members. John F. Foley, Pres. ; John J. Ennis, 100 members. Edward E. Blohm, Pres.; Robert J. Sec., 1183 Bergen st.

Dickie, Sec. Hamilton-Olinton st., cor. Remsen. Incorp. Trinity-Hall Memorial House. Org. 1897. 100 1882. 651 members. James McKeen, Pres.; Dun- members. H. J. Leake, Pres.; Edgar Swinnock, can Edwards, Sec.; Francis L. Hine, Treas.

Sec., 157 Montague 6t. Hanover-Bedford av., cor. Rodney st. Incorp.

Union-130 Taylor st. 75 members. Fred. 1890. 300 members. Frederick W. Wurster, Pres. ;

Benson, Pres.; T. J. Clark, Sec., 187 Keap st.; Herbert F. Gunnison, Sec.; Andrew D. Baird,

John McKee, Treas. Treas.

Union League-Corner Bedford av. and Dean st. Home of the City of Brooklyn-654 Grand st. Org.

850 members. John S. McKeon, Pres.; Wm. C. 1889. 165 members. C. T. Hepp, M. D., Pres.; Wm. J. Fowler, Treas.; Jos. F. Kavanagh, Sec., 294 Tate, Treas.; Frank R. Moore, 'Sec.

Unity--482 Franklin av. Org. 1896. 162 members. Ewen st.

Mitchell May, Pres.; Ihpetonga Association-124 Remsen st. Org. 1855.

Louis Newman, Sec., 183

Heyward st.; J. L. Jensen, Treas. 60 members. Arthur M. Hatch, Sec. and Treas.

Vincentian Union-974 DeKalb av. Org. 1891. 75 Give an annual ball.

Irving-78 Herkimer st. Org. 1890. 250 members, members. Cornelius Sullivan, Pres.; Patrick J. A. P. Alvord, Pres.; R. F. Cole, Sec.; J. R. Ed: Boyle, Sec., 973 DeKalb av.; H. Schilling. Treas. wards, Treas. (See Athletic Clubs).

MANHATTAN. James J. Millard-335 Hoyt st. Org.' 1894. 275 members. James J. McKeon, Pres.; Thomas J.

Aldine (See Literary and Dramatic.) Haggerty, Treas.; Chas. H. Johnson, Sec., 110 20 Ana wanda-345 2d av. Org. 1868. 220 members. pl.

Chas, A. Rice, Pres.; Emil Duhm, Sec., 517 E. 16th Jerome-335 Prospect av. Concordia Hall. L. st. Strauss, Pres.; C. F. Kabisch, Sec., 574 5th av.

Arios-341 W. 47th st. Org. 1897. 123 members. Juanita-403 Bridge st. 152 members. Henry F. Geo. J. Reichhard, Jr., Prec.; H W. Holling, Sec. Haggerty, Pres.; Charles J. Healy, Cor. Sec., 437 Arkwright--309 Broadway. Incorp. 1893 600 Gold st.; John M. Van Wagner, Treas.

members. Homer F. Locke, Pres.; Wm. T. Shedd, Keramos Club Manhattan av. and Milton st. Sec., 376 Broadway. 100 members (limited). Harold J. Thompson,

Army and Navy Club-16 W. 31st st. Incorp. 1889. Pres.; Miss Elizabeth Robson, Sec., 185 Java st.

1.260 members. Gen. J. Fred Person, Pres.; Geo. Knickerbocker-Tennis Court and E. 18th st. Org. F. Hinton, Sec. 1891. 175 members. Frederick R. Boocock, Pres. ;

Aschenbroedel Verein-144-146 E. 86th st. F. W. Holmes, Jr., Sec., 26 Kenmore pl.

1860. 720 members. C. A. Gospel, Pres.; E. Lexington Social—225 Lewis av. Jas. F. Eagan, Bremer, Sec. Pres.; J. J. Eagan, Sec.; James Mulvennan,

Associates of the Engineer Corps and Co. K, Treas.

7th Reg't., N, G., N. Y.--Org. 1868. 250 members. Lincoln-65-67 Putnam av. Incp. 1879. 250 mem

John G. Heckscher, Pres. ; Osgood Smith, Sec., bers. Chas. A. Tinker, Pres.; Jay Stone, Sec.;

59 Wall st. Francis H. Sloan, Treas.

Authors-7th av. and 56th st. Org. 1882. 155 Lincoln League-Putnam and Bushwick avs, members. Frank R. Stockton, Pres.; Rossiter Michael Nathan, Pres.; Edwin Springsteed, Sec., Johnson, Sec., 72 5th av. 258 Wyckoff av.

Barnard Club-Carnegie Building. Org. 1893. 652 Logan-(See Political Clubs.)

members. Edward L. Parris, Sec., 261 Broadway. Manhasset--396 Clinton st. Joseph M. Nash, Beachonian Society-239 E. 14th st. Org. 1890. 150 Pres.; T. F Cleary, Séc.; M. J. Murphy, Treas. members. John E. Hasson, Pres.; Simon R.

Mercedes Social Chub-164 5th av. J. 0. Port Schultz, Sec., 115 Ludlow st. house, Pres.; H. McCarthy, Sec., 344 Dean st. Broads (The)-412 E. 85th st. Org. 1888. 60 mem

Merchants'-95 S. 10th st., near Bedford av. 75 bers. Abraham Hirsch, Pres.; Jacob H. De Boer, members. W. H. Manning, Pres.; Jno. N. Her Sec. mann, Sec.; J. W. Borcherding. Treas.

Brown University--Org. 1869. 300 members. Metropolitan-388 Bridge st. Org. 1896. 50 mem- Charles E. Hughes, Pres.; Gardner Colby, Sec., u berg. Geo. P. Goode, Pres.; A. Bertram Ligan, Broadway. Sec., 225 DeKalb av.

Calumet-267 5th av. Org. 1879. 180 members.

Org.

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-SOCIAL CLUBS-Continued. George

Alex. Brown, Pres.; Newbold L. R. Fidelio-110-112 E. 59th st. Org. 1870. 200 memEdgar, Sec.

bers. H. C. Toppen, Pres.; Samuel Louisson, Sec. Cathedral--144 E, 50th st. Org. 1886. 125 mem Fordham-High Bridge road, cor. Morris av. bers. Laurence J. Smith, Pres.; Jos. J. Lyons, Samuel E. Duffey, Pres.; Thomas W. Whittle, Sec., 487 Broadway.

Sec., Fordham. Catholic--120 Central Park South. Org. 1871. 943 Freundschaft Society--72d st. and Park av. Org. members. Joseph F. Daly, Pres.; John P. Calla- | 1879. 725 members. Moses Weinman, Pres.; Hugo nan, Se

S. Adam, Sec., 309 W. 139th st. ('entral Turn Verein--213-215 E. 82d st. Org. Fulton-81-83 Fulton st. Org. 1888. 210 members. 1886. 50 members. Arthur Haubold, Pres.; Wm. John Reid, Pres.; Frederick G. Dow, Sec. Henneberg, Sec.

General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen-18 Cercle Francais l'Amitie 440 6th av. A. Lalle. E. 16th st. Org. 1785. 600 members. Maintains mand, Pres.: H. Lacomte, Sec.

Free Library, Reading Room, Schools, and pensions Cercle Francais de l'Harmonie-24 W. 26th st. widows. Robert Christie, Pres.; Richard T. DavOrg. 1866. Members, 100. Gustave Dorval, Pres. ; ies, Sec., 143 Liberty st. Joseph Weill, Sec.

German-112 W. 59th st. Reinhardt Siedenburg, Chelsea-202 9th av. Org. 1895. 125 members. Pres.; John F. Degener, Sec., 33 Greene st. Geo. Hickey. Pres.; Chas. B. O'Neill, See.

German-American League-266 E. 78th st. Org Church-578 5th av. Org. 1887. 500 members.

1895. 260 members. Maurice Weltner, Pres. and John H. Cole, Pres.; Robert G. Hone, Sec., 37 Sec. Liberty st.

Gilsey-24 W. 31st st. Org. 1887. 250 members, Circulo Colon-Cervantes-722 Lexington av. Org. H. H. Laurence, Pres.; Gunther Jahn, Sec. 1891. 250 mambots. Aristid." Martinez, Pres, ;

Girls' Endeavor-59 Morton st. Org. 1886. 85 F. Porro Orfila, Sec., 661 Lexington av.

members. Miss Martha Draper, Pres.; Louise City-372 5th av. Órg. 1893. 675 members. Fred Metzger, Sec., 427 Canal st. erick Middlebrook, Sec.

Grolier--29 E. 32d st. Org. 1884. 379 members. City-349 Bowery. Org. 1861. 70 members. How- | Samuel P. Avery, Pres.; Thos. G. Evans, Sec. ard Cooper, Pres.: George Graham,

411 Hardware Club of New York--253 Broadway. Proome st.

Org. 1892. 678 members. Peter McCartee, Pres.; City College-133 Lexington av. 160 members. J. Leonard Varick, Sec., 107 Chambers st. Alex. P. Ketcham, Pres.; James C. Byrnes, Sec. Harlem (atholic Club-1850 Lexington av. Org.

Collectors' Club-351 4th av. Org. 1896. 130 mem 1893. 130 members. Geo. A. Parker, Pres.; Colebers. For social intercourse among Philatelists. man E. Heyer, Sec. W'm. Thorne, Pres.; J. M. Andreini, Sec., 29 W. Harlem Club of New York-Lenox av. and 1234 75th st.

st. Org. 1886. 332 members. Jared S. Babcock, Colonial Club of New York-720 st. and Boulo Preg.; Walter L. Crow, Sec. vard. Org. 1890. 825 members. L. Laflin Kel. Harmonie-43-45 W. 420 st. Incorp. 1867. 600 logg, Pres.; Robert E. Dowling. Sec.

members. Jacob W. Mack, Pres.; Jesse S. Straus, Orlumba-56 5th av. In 'p. 18'0. 200 members. Sec. 1. Stern, Pres.: Ed. C. Stone, Sec.

Harvard-27 W. 44th st. Org. 1887. 1,175 memColumbus Catholic- 461 W. 31st st. Org. 1892. mer's. Jannes C. Carter, Pres.; Walter Alex430 members. Thos. F. Slevin, Pres.; M. F. Dal- ander, Sec., 32 Nassau st. ton, Cor. Sec.

Heights Club-7:9 St. Nicholas av. Wm. T. JeColumbus Club of W St Harlem-26 6-8 sth V rome, Pres.; Henry B. Bates, Sec. Incorp. 1892. 112 members. Conrad A. Kirschner, Hermits-54 E. 79th st. Org. 1884. 86 members. Pres.: Joseph Bona, Sec.

Julian G. Barnard. Pres.: Alfred Wagner, Sec. Commercial-90 W. Broadway. Org. 1895, 385 Hide and Leather-83 Gold st. Thomas W. Hall, members. Henry A. Dickie, Pres.: S. Frederick Pres, ; Titus E. Geehr, Sec. Taylor, Sec.

Hoffman--16 W. 25th st. 125 members. Frank Congregational Social Union-United Charities T. Huntoon, Pres.; W. M. Shaw, Sec. Building. Org. 1867. 85 members. Rev. Jas. A. Idlers--125 E. 121th st. Org. 1895. 82 members. Chamberlain, Pres.; Rev. N. M. Pratt, Sec., 337 Horace C. Skelly, Chief Idler, 15 Wall st.; Frank W. 230 st.

P. Richardson, Town Crier. Continental-114 W, 38th st. Geo. H. Fish, Pres.; Iroquois- W. 13th st. B. F. Martin, Pres.; Jos. R. E. Moran, Sec.

F. Prendergast, Sec., 110 Waverley pl. Cosmopolitan--194 Broadway. Wm. Lane O'Neill, Ivy (Working Girls)—244 W. 26th st. Org. 1888. Sec.

140 members. Mrs. H. Ollesheimer, Hotel Savoy, Craftsman-11 W. 220 st. Org. 1894. 350 mem Pres.: Miss M. C. Mountain, Sec. bers. Wm. H. Miller, Jr., Pres.; G. W. Arnold, Jeckyl Islard-512 Washington st. Org. 1885. 89 Sec.

members. Charles Lanier, Pres.; Henry E. HowCrescent Club of the 23d Ward-514 Willis av. land, Sec., Mills Building. Org. 1885.52 members. John N. Decker, Pres.; Kit-Kat-(See Art Clubs). Samuel Wheeler, Sec., 841 Forest av.

Knickerbocker-319 5th av. Org. 1871. 50 memCriterion Club of the Metropolis--516 5th av. bers. Johnston Livingston, Pres.; James W. APOrg. 1894. 150 members. Jesse Wasserman, Pres.; pleton, Sec. Henry S. Sternberger, Sec.

Lambs (The)-70 W. 36th st. Org. 1874. 415 mem. Deutscher Press-21 City Hall pl. Org. 1897. bers. Thomas B. Clarke, Pres.; John Drew, Sec. 110 members. Geo. Von Skal, Pres.; Gustave Lawyers'-Equitable Building, 120 Broadway. Schoch, Sec.

Org. 1887. 1,350 members. Wm. Aflen Butler, Jr., Deutscher Verein-112 W. 59th st. Org. 1942. 282 Pres.; Geo. T. Wilson, Sec. members. Reinhard Siedenburg, Pres.; John F. Lincoln--56 Clinton pl. Cornelius Van Cott, Degener, Sec.

Pres.; Alex. H, Reid, Sec., 169 W. 10th st. Douglas Club-110 W, 31st st. Org. April, 1895 Lotos-536-8 5th av. Org. 1870. 978 members. 22) members. Thomas Church, Pres.; Richard

Frank R. Laurence, Pres. ; Chester S. Lord, Sec., Gray. Sec.

N. Y. "Sun." Down Town Association-60 Pine st. Org. 1860. Lyola Union--173 E. 85th st. Stephen J. Hanley, 1.200 members. Samuel D. Babcock, Pres.; Wm. Pres.; Edmund A. Roche. Sec. R. Stewart, Sec.

Ma lison--:666 Maljon av. (See Cycling Clubs.) Drawing Room Club-Waldorf, Org. 1894. 240 Magnetic-195 Broadway. Org. 1888.

2 memmembers. Mrs. W. B. Neftel, Pres.; Wm. R. bers. R. J. Hutchinson, Pres. ; Frank D. MurWilcox, Sec., 32 Nassau st.

phy, Sec. Dry Goods Club-377-379 Broadway. Org. 1897. Manhattan--1 W. "4th st. Org. 1865. 1.500 mem500 members. E. J. Swords, Pres.: E. 0. Tomp-bers. (See Democratic Clubs.) kins, Sec.

Mechanics' and Tradesmen's--122 28 av. 150 Dublin 498 3d av. J. W. Brannigan, Pres.; members. Ludger Beck, Pres.; Joseph Hesse, James McGrath, Sec.

See Eclienti Mrs. Joseph B. Read, Pres.; Mrs. Geo. Merchants'--108 Leonard st. Org. 1871. 350 memH. Winkler, Ser.. 225 Central Park S

bers. Lewis F. Whiton, Pres.; Frederick S. Wells, Emanon-337 W. 50th st. Org. 1890. 200 mem Sec. bers. John G. Muth, Pres.; Philip Brady, Sec.

Merchants' Ceritral-445 Broome st. Org. 1888. Empire Club of the Metropolis-624 Madison av. 290 members. George Legg. Pres.; E. Holden Org. 1895. 55 members. Stephen D. Bayer, Pres.; Smith, Sec. Clarence A. Strouse, See., 13 E. 67th st.

Metropolitan-1 E. 60th st. Org. 1891. 1,100 memEngineers-374 5th av. Org. 1888. 750 members. berg. J. Pierpont Morgan, Pres.; W. Watts SherJohn Thomson, Pres.; O. F. Nichols, Sec.

man, Sec.

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-SOCIAL CLUBS-Continued. Minerva-Hotel Majestic. Org. 1898. 150 mem Stewards' Association-427 4th av. Org. 1890. bers. Mrs. Howard McNutt, Pres.; Mrs. Frank members. D. Roedelsperger, Pres.; W. P. FornG. Dossert, Sec., Room 1205 Carnegie Hall.

finne, Sec. Morris-696-698 E. 135th st. Incorp. 1890. 380 Suburban-E. 176th St and Park av.

C. members. Lewis Harding, Pres.; Waiter Thomp Becker, Pres.: Frank Meteer, Sec. son, Sec.

Tee-to-tum-346 E. 23d st. Org. 1893. 200 memMorse195 Broadway. Org. 1894. 200 members. bers. A. M. Haddon, Pres.; E. Hach, Sec. Walter C. Burton, Pres.; John B. Taltavald, Sec., Thirteen Club-1300 Broadway. Org. 1882, 578 253 Broadway.

members. Fred. C. Hamilton, Chief Ruler; A. M. Narraganseut-307 W. 54th st. Org. 1882. 425 Copeland, Seribe; F. A, Condit, Custodian. members. Wm. E. Burke, Pres.; John F. Ulrich, Thomas Hunter Association of G. S. No. 35 Sec.

Org. 1897. 700 members. Charles Putzel, Pres.; New York-2 W. 35th st. Org. 1845. 550 mem Fred. R. Fortmeyer, Sec., P. O. Box 740. bers. Wm. A. Lottimer, Pres.; Howell H. Barnes, Tough-27 Grove 3t. Org. 1865. 170 members. Sec.

John S. Gage, Pres.; Chas, F, Gibson, Sec. New York Chapter of the Colonial Order-Org. Town and Country-12 E. 22d st. 360 members. 1894. 200 members. Limited, Beverly Chew, Chan-Org. 1895. Mrs. Florence C. Ives, Manager. cellor; Henry A. Prince, Recorder, 31 Nassau st. Transportation-Hotel Manhattan, Madison av.

New York Press-34 W. 26th st. Branch, 150 and 420 st. Org. 1895. 548 members. Chauncey Nassau st. Org. 1872. 550 members. Joseph How-M. Debew, Pres.; John Carstensen, Sec., Grand ard, Jr., Pres.; Edmund J. Tinsdall, Sec.

Central Station, Manhattan,
New
York

Press Association-Org. 1853. 260 Tremont-1857 Washington av. Org. 1889. 82 members. Garry A. Willard, Pres.; A. D. Bun members. Henry Behrens, Pres. ; Michael Kirby, nell, Sec., Dansville, N. Y.

Sec.
New York Southern' Society-Wm. M. Polk, Twelfth Night-Berkeley Lyceum, 23 W.
Pres.; Percy S. Mallett, Sec.; Gaston Hardy,

st. Org. 1888. 71 members. Viola Allen, Pres.; Treas., 38 Wall st.

Julia Pearl, Sec., 15 W. 20th st. Ninth Ward Pioneer Corps-307 W. 12th st. Org. Twilight--St. Denis Hotel. Org. 1881. 400 mem1876. 100 members. Thos. Reid, Pres.; John M. bers. Chas. F. Wingate, Sec., 119 Pearl st. Massey, Sec.

Underwriters-73-77 William St. Org. 1898. Olombia--98 5th av. Org. 1879. Wm. H. Van members. Paul E. Ivasor, Pres.; Harry Hall, Sec., Swartout, Pres.; J. A. Brown, Sec., P. O. Box 248.

100 William st, Opera-W. 39th st., cor. Broadway. Reginald de Union-1 W. 21st st. Org. 1836. 1,572 members. Koven, Pres. ; Prelle Tucker, Sec., 111 Broadway. J. Hampton Robb, Vice-Pres.;, Franklin Bartlett, Oriental 454 Grand st. (See Political Clubs.)

Sec. Ow1-448 W. 51'st st. Org. 1883. 200 mern bers.

Union League-1 E. 39th st. Org. 1863. 1,847 Peter J. Brennan, Pres.; Otto E. Richter, Sec.

members. Elihu Root, Pres.; Walter C.

GilPatria-Org. 1891. 181 members. Wm. Ives

son, Sec. Washburn, Pres.; Rev. Chas. B. Chapin, Sec., Unity-1873 Lexington av. Morris Heim, Pres.; 335 W. 145th st.

M. I. Cohen, Sec. Phoenix-1402 Broad'way. Robert Dunlap, Pres.;

University-32 E. 26th st. Org. 1865. 2,535 memJ. W. Davis, Sec.

bers. Jas. W. Alexander, Pres.; Hugh D. AuchPlayers (The)--16 Gramercy Park. Org. 1888.

incloss, Sec. 1,322 members. Jos. Jefferson, Pres.; Charles E. Uptown Association-111 5th av. Org. 1895. 496 Carryl, Sec.

members. John Sloane, Pres.; Geo. McNeir, Sec. Pontiac-430 Columbus av. Org. 1892.

500 mem

Vampires—1307 Broadway. John M. Turner, bers. James J. Phelan, Pres.; James R. Torrance,

Pres.; Frederick C. Miller, Sec. Sec.

West End Club Amsterdam av, and 81st st. 147 Princeton-Meets at Delmonico's. Org. 1866. 491

members. Org. 1889. M. Arnheim, Pres.; Isidor members. M.. Taylor Pine, '77, Pres. ; Frederick Honigman, Sec. W. Stelle, '93, Sec., 111 Broadway; C. Ledyard

West Morrisania-163d st, and College av. Org. Blair, Treas.

1891. 56 members. Jerome B. Latour, Jr., Pres.; Progress--5th av., cor. 630 st. Incorp. 1865. 515

Charles Wenes, Sec. members. Isaac Seibel, Pres.; Charles M. Elsig,

Women's Press-Carnegie Hall. Org. 1893. Mrs. Sec.

Jennie C. Croly, Pres.; Mrs. Isabella Hodgson, Prospect Hill (Working Girls)-113 E. 45th st.

Sec., 19 E. 21st st. Mrs. Ohas. Lawrence, Pres.; Miss Mary K. Ford,

Women's University Olub-542 5th av. Org. Treas.

1889. 150 members. Mrs. James P. Kimball, Pres.; Quaint Club-The Waldorf, Org. 1882.

60 mem

Mrs. Theodore S. Hope, Sec., 10 E. 130th st. bens. Geo. H. Daniels, Pres.; C. A. Barratoni,

Wool--Wool Exchange Building. Org. 1896. Sec., 852 Broadway.

members. Richard H. Ewart, Pres.; John P.

Faure, Sec,
Quill-Meets at monthly dinner. Org. 1890._200
members,

Xavier Club-205 W. 14th st.
Frederick Perry Powers, Pres.; Rev.

Org. 1889 2,585 F. H. Marrling, Sec., 133 W. 123d st.; T. 0. Co

members. Frank D. Shea, Pres.; John B. John

son, Sec nant, Treas.

Yale club-17 E 26th st.
Reform-233 5th
John De Witt Warner,

Org. 1897.

850 memav.

bers. Pres.; Edwin Baldwin, Sec.

Thomas Thacher, Pres.; Ashbel Green, Sec. Rutgers Club-Alumni of Rutgers College. 400

QUEENS. members. Meets at annual dinner. Louis F.

Chub Club Jamaica. Org. 1894. SO members. Bishop, Sec. and Treas., 30 W. 36th st.

Charles E. Twombley, Pres.; Winfield G. Powell, Sachem—174 E. 93d st. Org. 1893. 150 members.

Sec. Walter G. Hennessy, Pres.; Eugene J. Hughes,

Lenox-365 Woolsey av., L. I. City. Org. 1895. Sec., 157 E. Sth st.

43 members. James Fowles, Pres.; Joseph MetSagamore-171 W. 124th st. John E. Brodsky,

caif, Sec. Pres.; Edward J. Atkinson, Sec., 186 W. 135th st.

Niantic Cub-Flushing. Org. 1863. 80 members. St. Anthony-29 E. 28th st. Robert M. Bull,

James A. Renwick, Pres.; Madcolm M. Graham, Pres.; Herbert B. T. Jacquelin, Sec.

Sec.; John T. Walker, Treas., 1675 Parsons av. St. Bartholomew's Men's Club-209 E 420 st.

Twentieth Century Club-Flushing. Org. 1898. Org. 1891. 475 members. Rev. D. H. Greer, Pres.;

20 members, Edward Ketcham, Pres. ; Calvin S. Rev. L. E. Learned. Sec.

Cuffee, Sec., 161 Lincoln av. St. Nicholas Society-1286 Broadway. Org. 1835.

RICHMOND. 650 members. S. Franklin Stanton, Pres.; Charles

German Club-Stapleton. Org. 1897. 80 memIsham, Sec.

bers. Charles F. Zentgraf, Pres.; Emil Rump, Salmagundi. (See Art Clubs.)

Sec., 22 S. William st. Schnorer Club-Eagle av. and E. 163d st. Org.

Staten Island Ladies' Ciub-Livingston. Org 1881.

1880. 250 members. Henry C. Schrader, Pres.;

350 members. Mrs. Gustave Heineken, John Osborn, Sec.

Pres.; Miss Jessie V. McNamee, Sec., TompkinsSeminole-414 Grand st. Org. 1891. GO0 members. ville. Hon. Henry M. Goldfogle, Pres.; James F. De

War Veteran Associations. laney, Sec. Society Sons of New York-153 W. 53d st. Org.

BROOKLYN, 1884. 100 members. James H. Lewis, Pres.; Wm. Abraham Lincoln War Veterans of Kings Coun. Wilson, Sec.

ty No. 1-Meets Saturdays. Tompkins av., cor Sphinx--60 members. M. M. Gilham, Pres. ; Park. Charles Brewer, Pres., 980 Myrtle av.; James Gibson, Sec., 134 E. 16th st.

John H. Smith, Sec.

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS-WAR VETERAN-Continued. Association of Fully Disabled Veterans-Borough 92 members. Morgan Dix, Pres.; Col. Henry Hall. Org. 1876. 100 members. James Perry, Chauncey, Jr., Asst. Soc., 11 William st. Pres.; Alonzo Foster, Sec., 133 Clifton pl.

Veterans of the 7th Regiment-7th Regt. Armory. Brooklyn War Veterans and Their Sons' Asso Org. 1859. 1,300 members. Thomas Dimond, Pres.; ciation-Borough Hall. Org. 1895. 600 members. Edward Earle, Adj., 60 Broadway. Joseph W. kay.

Pres.; John Teer, Sec., 148 Veterans of the 9th Regiment, N. Y. S. M., N. Prince st.

G., N. Y.-83d N. Y. Volunteers, 125 W. 14th st., Fifty-sixth Regiment-Edwin Ludlam, Pres.; 175 members. Geo. Hussey, Com.; Jacob Kitschy, Jas. A. Rooney, Sec., Eagle Office; Wm. Martin, Adjutant. 230 Eckford st. Brooklyn. Treas.

Vosburgh Veterans of the 71st Regiment-154 Forty eighth Regiment New York Volunteers, William st. Org. 1893. 108 members. Henry F. Veteran Association-Room 2, Borough Hall, 3d Liebenau, Pres.; Robert H.

Shultis, Treas.; Thurs. Org. 1880. 327 members. S. H. Franken George W. Wyckoff, Sec., 625 E. 140ih st. burg, Pres.; H. B. Boudinot, Sec., 31 Greene av. Forty-seventh Regiment-Thos. S. Cooper, Pres. ;

Veteran Firemen's Associations. Geo. W. Wells, Sec.; John H. Brennan, Treas.

BROOKLYN. Fourteenth Regiment War Veterans--Room 2, Borough Hall. Oig. 1881. 224 members. Ramon Association of Exempt Firemen, Western DisCardona, Pres.; J. M. C. Burnett, Sec., 545 trict-Org. 1852. Incorp. 1874. 51 members. John Greene av.

T. Finn, Pres.; Theo. A. Drake, Sec., 582 Pacific One Hundred and Second Regiment Veteran Vol- st.; Wm. Burrill, Treas. unteer Association-L. R. Stegman, Pres.; Isaac E. D. Firemen's Association-Bedford av. and N. Van Steenberg, Rec. Sec., 109 Pulaski st.

1st st. Org. 1882. 225 members. Wm. C. Thompson, One Hundred and Fifty-ninth N, Y. Volunteer Pres.; Jno. Dalton, Sec., 263 Humboldt st. Veteran Association-Room 3, Borough Hall. Org.

Flatbush Volunteer Firemen's Association-East 1895. 67 members. Henry C. Velsor, Pres.; John Broadway. Org. 1890. 170 members. Thos. M. S. C. Roberts, Sec., 20 South st., Manhattan.

Lott, Pres. ; James H. Eckersley, Sec., 757 FlatOne Hundred and Seventy-third N. Y. Volunteers bush av. -Room 3, Borough Hall. 4th Thurs. Org. 1892.

Kings County Volunteer Firemen's Association90 members. Lewis M. Peck, Pres.; Robert Welch,

Org. 1890. Munson S. Brown, Pres.; Joseph H. Sec., 1075 Bedford av.

Downing, Sec., 441 ith st. Seventeenth Ward War Veterans' League--Mets

New Lots Exempt Firemen's Association-Liberat 192 Manhattan av.. 20 and 4th Mondays, 191 ty, between Bradford and Wyona sts. 200 memmembers. Henry C. Dunham, Pres.; Edward S.

bers. L, L, Happ. Pres.; Geo. W. Rhodekeck, Creamer, Sec., 146 Meserole av.; Joseph N. Cream

Sec., 127 Williams av. er, Treas.

New Utrecht Exempt Firemen's AssociationSixty-seventh Regiment N. Y. Volunteers, First org. 1895. 150 members. Herman Seifke, Pres.; L. I. Survivors' Association-Room 3, Borough Henry Elder, Cor. Sec., 415 11th st.

Southern New York Volunteer Firemen's AsHall. 3d Friday each month. T. M. K. Mills, Pres.; 212 Broadway, Manhattan; J. C. Scaly,

sociation-Comprising Counties of Kings, Queens,

Suffolk, New York and Richmond. Org. 1896. Sec., 235 Franklin av.

Downing, Thirteenth Regiment–T. B. Gates, Pres.; J. P.

Aaron J. Michaels, Pres.; Joseph H. Scrymser, Vice-Pres.: H. R. Darbey, Sec.. 227 A Sec.: 441 7th st; Lawrence w. Clark, Treas.

Veteran Volunteer Firemen-Western District. 90 Willoughby av.; E. J. Connett Commissary. Twenty-third Regiment-Alfred

Livingston st. Thursday. 300 members. Aaron J.

C. Barnes, Michaels, Pres.; Joseph H. Downing, Sec., 128 Pres.; J. B. Frothingham and T. J. Stevens, Vice : Wiloughby st.; Peter Wilson, Treas. Prests.; E. C. Benedict, Sec., 312 Lafayette av.;

Volunteer Firemen's Association-Room 10. BorFred. A. Rand, Treas.

ough Hall. 500 members. John Courtney, PresiTwenty-third Regt. Mutual Benefit Association-dent, 257 Prospect pl.; Peter S. Keenan, SecEdw. S. Benedict, Pres.; Henry D. Hamilton, retary, Borough Hall. Meets 3d Thursday of each Rec. Sec., 261 Broadway, Manhattan;

E. B.

month. Wood, Treas.

Williamsburgh Volunteer Firemen's Association Union Veteran Legion, Encampment No. 704 -Org. 1896. 250 members. Bushwick av. and Ten Johnston Building, ist and 3d Thu s. Benj, Wood- Eyck st. ruff, Col., Room 13, Borough Hall; James S. De Sec., 349 Leonard st.

Chas. T. Chapman, Pres.; Elw. Wade, Palos, Adj. Veteran Association, 159th Regt.-E. L. Moli

MANHATTAN. neux, Pres., 117 Fort Greene pl.; Geo. B. Stayley, Association of Exempt Firemen-Org. 1842. 425 Sec., Tax Collector's office.

members. Jeffereon Market. Robt. B. Nooney, Veterans of the 127th Regt., N. Y. Vols.--Org. Pres.; Walter L. Clark, Sec., 609 E. 136th st. 1889. 425 members. C. H. Wessels, Pres.: Thomas Exempt Firemen's Benevolent Fund-10 GreenK. Leslie, Sec., 132 Nassau st, Manhattan; James wich

av. Org. 1798. Peter Masterson, Pres.; H. Young, Treas., Orient, L. I.

Chas. E. Gildersleeve, Sec.; Jas. Y. Watkins,

Treas,
MANHATTAN.

Veteran Firemen's Association, City of New Confederate Veteran Camp of New York-5th Av. York-140 Lexington av. Org. 1895. 210 membere. Hotel. Org. 1890. 250 members. Edward Owen, Geo. W. Anderson, Pree., 280 Front st.; Walter L. Com.; Thos. L. Moore, Adj., 1776 B thgate av. Clark, Sec., 609 E. 136th st.

National Guard Association of State of New Volunter Firemen's Association-220 E. 59th st. York-Meets annually in Albany. Org. 1878. Col. Org. 1884. 700 members. Daniel Bradley Pres.; Henry Chauncey, Jr., Pres.

Francis H. Coyle, Fin. Sec., 162 E. 108th st. Old Guard-49th st. and Broadway. Org. 1868. 200 members. S. Ellis Briggs, Maj. Com.; Edward

QUEENS. P. Moore, Sec.

College Point Volunteer Firemen's AssociationOld Guard Association of Twelfth Regiment-Org. 1898. 83 members. Chas, Bender, Pres.; 12th Regt. Armory. Daniel Butterfield, ?res.; Christian Geidel and Charles Barth, Vice PresiWm, H. Schwalbe, Sec., 362 Tompkins av., Brook- dents; John Konzet, Sec.; Henry E. Hess, Treas. lyn.

and Collector. Phil H. Sheridan Command No, 1-Composed of Exempt Firemen's Association-170 Lockwood veterans of the regular Army and Navy. Org. st., L. I. City. 100 members. Meets 24 Tues. 1885. 167 members. Geo. App, Com.; A. Bandel, John Bechtold, Pres.; Chas. Beckle, Treas.; Rich. Adj., 1738 Lexington av.

G. Orpheus Sec., 63 21 av. Union Veteran Legion No. 38-8 Union sq.

W.

Exempt Firemen's Association, Fifth Ward-Far R. Wilbur, Col., 316 Lafayette av., Brooklyn; Rockaway and Rockaway Beach. Org. 1898. 200 James Mahoney. Adj.

members. T. A. Wellwood, Prec.; Jas. F. McUnion Veteran Protective Association-161 E.

Vamara, Sec., Far Rockaway. 125th st. Org. 1894. 1.200 members. Dennis Far Flushing Volunteer Firemen's Ass'n.-Frank rell, Pres. ; Wm. C. Yorke, Sec., 471 W. 1538 st. Texido, Pres. ; F. E. Andrews and Wm. J. Leon

Union Veterans' Union-Gen. Harlow L. Street, ard, Vice-Presidents; D. T. Hendrickson, Fin.
Com.-in-Chief, Washington, D. C.; Gen. S. F. Sec.; Thomas Jermyn, Rec. Sec.; Geo. W. Worth,
Hamilton, Adjt. Gen., 221 F st., N. E., Wash- Treas.
ington, D. C.

Jamaica Veteran Firemen's Ass'n.-Wm. E. Veteran Corps of Artillery (constituting the Everitt, Pres.; Geo. E. Doughty, Vice-Pres.; Jas. Military Society of the War of 1812)--Org. 1826. J. Tyne, Sec.; J. Augustus Lodge, Treas.

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