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Gleanings from interviews with the Nominating Committee before election:

What shall you do about a Secretary?

‘We shall give them Jessie.’

How are you getting on with the list of VicePresi-dents?

‘Oh, we've Dunham up!’

How about your nomination for President?

‘It is one that will give Wait to the Society.’

Who is to be the Corresponding Secretary?

One who in ancient facts is ever pushing—
The well-known history teacher, Walter Cushing.

A General meeting of all the committees was held on Saturday evening, March 25. The outline of work in the various departments was informally discussed. The different committees then ‘sat’ by themselves, and, after organizing, chatted socially about their lines of work. The evening was an enjoyable one.

this Society has the distinction of numbering among its Vice-Presidents Mr. John Ward Dean, the Librarian of the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A.R., will give a loan exhibit of historic articles and relics in the Royal House, beginning April 19.

an interesting talk on ‘Heraldry’ was given in the rooms on Saturday evening, Jan. 28, by Fred. H. C. Woolley.

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