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Harvard Natural History Society.

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The Harvard Natural History Society met last evening for the purpose of arranging plans for the coming year. President Nolen called the meeting to order and recommended that some special efforts be made to arouse the society from the dormant condition in which it has been for a year. The following officer were then elected: President, N. S. Shaler: vice president, W. M. Woodworth; recording secietary, Collier Cobb; corresponding secretary, W. M. Davis; treasurer, C. B. Davenport; librarian, H. H. Field; curator, G. H. Parker. It was thought best to elect a number of new members in order to arouse a wider interest in the society's work. The following men were then elected members: Boardman, Shaler Berry, Ganong, Young, Potter, Dodge, Gage, Woodworth, Eastman, Darling, Little, Cornish, P. K. Brown. H. T. Brown, A. Read, B. P. Cheney, S. Dexte, 2nd., Emmons, N. Hapgood, H. M. Ballon, Setchell, Whitney, Leavitt, Stearns, Waughop, Clifford, Boyer, Baldwin, E. A. Codman, J. S. Codman, Nickerson, H. L. Richmond, Coman, Fouste, E. W. Clapp, Hawes, Hewes, W. C. Sturgis, W. W. Dodge. Gardner, Finlay.

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