The responsibility for successfully maintaining, preserving and strengthening the class organization and unity rests with each member of the class. Unless all help, the work of a few faithful members of the class may be nullified.
I shall be only too glad to hear from all the members of the class and especially to receive any newspaper cuttings relating to 1900 men, notices of marriages, births and dea fact anything concerning men bers of the class.
So far as I may be able to, I will gladly answer any communication or supply addresses and other information, but in order to do this I must receive prompt notice of any change of address.
All notices besides being sent to each member of the class will be inserted in the Harvard Bulletin and the Graduates' Magazine.
I hope to be able to send the pamphlet containing the Baccalaureate Sermon and Hymn, and the Class Day exercises, early in the fall to those who have filled out the address and life blanks. The address book will be sent at the same time or earlier if possible. My address will be, Cambridge, Mass. ELIOT SPALDING, Secretary.