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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), New Market day at V. M. I. [from the Richmond, Va., times-dispatch, June 24, 1903. (search)
e discussion it was agreed that the cost of the crosses should be met by voluntary contributions. On motion of Colonel Purcell, the class of 1903 was elected to membership in the association. Mr. Anderson read a letter received from Dr. George W. Williams, of Farmington, Mo., class of 43, regretting that he could not be present, and also one from his wife, asking that some loving message be sent him, as he is now eighty-four years old and too feeble to attend the reunion. He is thought to be the oldest living cadet. A committee was directed to write a suitable letter to Dr. Williams and his wife. In response to the motion of Dr. Upshur, the New Market survivors decided to send their autographs to Ezekiel, the sculptor. This action was taken at the request of Mrs. Brauer, of Richmond, sister of the sculptor. The old officers of the association, J. R. Anderson, president, and S. B. Walker, secretary, were unanimously re-elected. Banquet and hop. The alumni banquet to