The Society's Meetings, season of 1923-24.
Unfavorable weather conditions—dense fog in evening.
Mr. Wilson Fiske
gave an interesting talk upon ‘Hudson River
,’ to small attendance of twelve.
The printed copy of Mr. George E. Davenport
's lecture on ‘Middlesex Fells’ having been presented to the Society, Former President Will C. Eddy
read the same and illustrated it with slides, some of which were Mr. Davenport
's. Twenty-five, including visitors, were present.
December 17. Thirty-five were present, including Miss Bell
(teacher) and twelve girl scouts.
of Tufts College gave illustrated talk on John Brown
January 7, 1924.
An adjourned meeting was held to hear reports on by-laws and nominations, but no action was taken as but eight were present.
A very high wind and cold evening, barely a quorum present at annual meeting.
Reports were made, amendment to by-laws regarding dues passed and officers elected.
Meetings deferred till April.
April. No meeting, for lack of attendance.
May 19. Twenty-two present, including visitors.
An excellent illustrated talk on ‘Our Birds.’