After tabulation of mail ballots from University alumni, the University announced yesterday that Harrison Tweed '07 has been elected president of the Harvard Alumni Association.
Tweed is a prominent New York lawyer, president of the New York City Bar Association, past director of the New York Legal Aid Society, and a trustee of the Twentieth Century Fund. He graduated from the Law School in 1910.
Also elected to the slate of Alumni officers, who will take office after Commencement Day and serve for one year, were three vice-presidents: Dr. Augustus Thorndike '19, Geoffrey S. Smith '22, and Courtland S. Gross '27.
Henry C. Clark '11 and G. Storer Baldwin '21 were reelected secretary and treasurer of the Association.