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1888-1891

RG I-B-1: General records. Letterbooks — Bound. Volume 09

Letters and other documents received by the American Academy from Members, other learned societies and institutions, and the general public, from 1888 to 1891.

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION


Historical note

The Academy has received letters, announcements, and other forms of correspondence since the founding in 1780. All such correspondence was the responsibility of the Corresponding Secretary, one of the original officers of the Academy. Beginning sometime in the late 1800s, incoming letters were pasted into bound scrapbooks, which the Academy referred to as “letterbooks.” This practice continued until 1988, when staff began saving correspondence in folders.

For the time period covered by Volume 9, the President of the Academy was Joseph Lovering (1880-1892). The Corresponding Secretary was Josiah Parsons Cooke (1873-1892).

Scope and Content

The series of Letterbooks in its entirety includes letters from newly-elected Fellows, formally accepting their elections; communications with other learned societies (especially, invitations to attend meetings or send representatives to official events, and offers to exchange publications); correspondence concerning gifts of books, maps, and natural history specimens; and inquiries from members and nonmembers regarding the submission and publication of articles.

Volume 9 contains letters, circulars and other documents received by the American Academy during 1888-1891. Most are in the form of incoming correspondence from members acknowledging their election. A much smaller number of materials are scientific and are mostly related to meteorology and geography. Scientific information was submitted in the form of observations and reports. Other topics include notices of member deaths, circulars from national and international scientific societies and institutions, announcements, and calls for papers. Of particular interest are several letters surrounding the Paris Exposition of 1889 and the 800th Anniversary of Studio Bolognese.

Volume

1 volume contained within 2 document cases, Boxes 0286.4-0286.5 (0.5 linear feet)

Arrangement

The Academy has begun disbinding the volumes and conserving the individual letters, and will continue that practice until all letters are in stable condition. The letterbooks in Series I-B are arranged numerically by volume number. Within each volume, the original order of the pages has been retained. Generally the records are arranged in chronological order. Multiple documents on one support page are labeled a, b.

Preferred Citation

[Item title, date]. Series I-B-1: General records. Letterbooks. Bound letterbooks. Volume 9, 1888-1891. Archives, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Languages

English
Czech
French
German
Italian
Slovak

Subjects

Geography
Exchange of publications
Learned institutions and societies—America
Learned institutions and societies—Publishing
Letter books
Meteorology
Public health Science—History

Processing Information

Processed by Erin Faulder, Simmons GSLIS intern, May 2011.

ITEM LIST

Page 09-01

Letter from J. W. Hulke, 1888 February 29; London.

Requests to bring circular of 4th International Geological Congress to the Academy’s attention.

Creator:  Hulke, J. W.

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Page 09-01e

Pamphlet, 1888 February 29; London.

Provides information about organizing committee of fourth session of International Geological Congress.

Creator:  International Geological Congress

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Page 09-02

Death notice from Frederic William University, 1888 March 14, Bonn, Germany.

Announces the death of German Emperor Wilhelm I.

Creator:  Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität
Language:  Latin

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Page 09-03

Circular, 1888 March 12; Bologna, Italy.

Announces the eighth centennial celebration of the University of Bologna.

Creator:  Università di Bologna
Language:  Italian
Related documents:  Volume 09, p. 12

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Page 09-04

Letter from Fredrick Fraley, 1888 March 12; Philadelphia.

Conveys the report of Special Committee on plan for a universal language from American Philosophical Society.

Creator:  Fraley, Frederick, 1804-1901

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Page 09-04e

Report of Committee enclosed in letter from D. G. Brinton to Joseph Lovering, 1888 March 12; Philadelphia.

Review of committee considering desirability of universal language, its characteristics, and if Volapuk meets these requirements as presented to American Philosophical Society.

Creator:  Brinton, Daniel Garrison, 1837-1899

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Page 09-05a

Letter from Elihu Thomson to Joseph Lovering, 1888 March 23; Lynn, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Thomson, Elihu, 1853-1937; elected 1888

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Page 09-05b

Letter from Abbott Lawrence Rotch to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1888 March 23; Readville, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Rotch, Abbott Lawrence, 1861-1912; elected 1888

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Page 09-06

Circular, 1888 March 7.

Announces the 50th anniversary celebration of the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters on April 29, 1888.

Creator:  Suomen Tiedeseura
Language:  French

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Page 09-07a

Letter from Jesse Walter Fewkes, 1888 May 4; Cambridge, MA.

Sends his membership dues of ten dollars during 1888; requests certificate or letter of membership.

Creator:  Fewkes, Jesse Walter, 1850-1930; elected 1887

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Page 09-07b

Letter from Crawford Howell Toy to Joseph Lovering, Jos. P. Cooke, 1888 May 19; Cambridge, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Toy, Crawford Howell, 1836-1919; elected 1888

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Page 09-08

Circular, 1888 June; Berlin.

Conveys program of International Congress of Americanists in 1888 held in Berlin.

Creator:  Congres International des Americanistes
Language:  French

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Page 09-09

Circular, 1888 June 6; Philadelphia.

Announcement of Awards for Meritorious Discoveries and Inventions.

Creator:  Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa)

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Page 09-10

Death notice, 1888 June 19.

Announces the death of Emperor William I.

Language:  Latin

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Page 09-11

Circular, 1888 June 23; Bath, England.

Announces 58th Annual Meeting of British Association for the Advancement of Science in Bath; highlights local sites to visit.

Creator:  British Association for the Advancement of Science

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Page 09-12

Letter from William Wetmore Story to Joseph Lovering, 1888 July 10; London.

Recounts his time at the 800th anniversary of the Studio Bologna. In three individual pages.

Creator:  Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895; elected 1863.
Related documents:  Volume 09, p. 03

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Page 09-13

Letter from Jared Gray to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1888 June 22; Botanic Garden.

Expresses gratitude for the Academy’s resolution regarding Asa Gray. Requests 100 copies.

Creator:  Gray, Jared

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Page 09-14

Circular, 1888 July 25; New York.

Announces Universal Exposition of 1889 in Paris. Details regulations regarding exhibits and exhibitors.

Creator:  United States. Commission to the Paris exposition, 1889
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 14e, 25b-26

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Page 09-14e

"Public [joint] Resolution No. 11", 1888 May 10.

Announces and details resolution by Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Congress to accept the invitation of the French Republic to take part in international exposition.

Creator:  United States. Congress
Related documents:  Volume 09, p. 14, 25b-26

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Page 09-15

Letter from Raffaele Valieri, 1888 August 13; Naples, Italy.

Describes the medical uses for Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa.

Creator:  Valieri, Raffaele
Language:  French
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 15e, 28

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Page 09-15e

Letter from Raffaele Valieri, [1888]; Naples, Italy.

[Refers to a collection of photographs]

Creator:  Valieri, Raffaele
Language:  French
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 15, 28

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Page 09-16

Death notice, 1888 August 27.

Announces death of Dr. Rudolf Clausius (1822-1888; elected 1873, FHM).
Language:  German

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Page 09-17

Letter from George Brown Goode to Joseph Lovering, [1888 October]; Washington, DC.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Goode, George Brown, 1851-1896; elected 1888

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Page 09-18a

Letter from John Evans to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1888 October 30; Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Evans, John, 1823-1908; elected 1888

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Page 09-18b

Letter from Henry Sidgwick, 1888 October 30; Cambridge, England.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Sidgwick, Henry, 1838-1900; elected 1888

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Page 09-19a

Letter from John Strutt, Lord Rayleigh; Witham, Essex, England

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Rayleigh, John William Strutt, Baron, 1842-1919; elected 1888, FHM

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Page 09-19b

Letter from Leslie Stephen, 1888 October 30.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Stephen, Leslie, 1832-1904; elected 1888

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Page 09-20

Letter from Johann Wilhelm Adolf Kirchhoff, 1888 November 5; Berlin.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Kirchhoff, Johann Wilhelm Adolf, 1826-1908; elected 1888
Language:  German

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Page 09-21

Letter from Charles Jacques Victor Albert, Duc de Broglie, 1888 November 10.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Broglie, Charles Jacques Victor Albert, Duc de, 1821-1901; elected 1888, FHM
Language:  French

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Page 09-22

Circular, 1888 November 12; Paris.

Announces a general assembly for the National Horticultural Society of France.

Creator:  Société nationale d’horticulture de France
Language:  French

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Page 09-23

Invitation from the City of Boston and the Trustees of the Public Library, 1888 November 20; Boston.

Invites recipient to attend the laying of the Corner Stone of the New Public Library Building in Copley Square on 1888 November 28.

Creator:  Boston (Mass.)

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Page 09-23e Ticket, 1888 November 20.

Admits bearer to Laying of the Corner Stone of New Public Library Building. Admits bearer "with ladies."

Creator:  Boston (Mass.)

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Page 09-24a

Letter from Adolf Erik Nordenskiold, 1888 November 26; Stockholm, Sweden.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Nordenskiold, A. E. (Adolf Erik), 1832-1901; elected 1888, FHM

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Page 09-24b

Death notice, 1888 November 26; Prague, Bohemia.

Announces death of Josef Jireček (1825-1888).

Creator:  Kalusek, Josef; Ritter, Karl
Language:  German and Czech

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Page 09-25a

Letter from Carl Johann Maximowicz, 1888 November 27; St. Petersburg, Russia.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Maximowicz, C. J. 1827-1891; elected 1888, FHM

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Page 09-25b

Circular, [ca. 1889].

Describes classifications for Universal Exposition of 1889 at Paris.
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 14-14e, 26, 29

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Page 09-26

Circular, [ca. 1889]; Paris.

The Royal Academy of Sciences in Turin announces members of committee organizing Universal Exposition of 1889 at Paris.

Creator:  Reale accademia delle scienze di Torino
Language:  French
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 14-14e, 25, 29

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Page 09-27

Circular, 1889 January 1; Turin, Italy.

The Royal Academy of Sciences in Turin announces new term of competition for Bressa Prize during 1887.

Creator:  Reale accademia delle scienze di Torino

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Page 09-28

Letter from Rafaelle Valieri, 1889 January 26; Naples, Italy.

[Regarding the medical uses of Cannabis.]

Creator:  Valieri, Rafaelle
Language:  French
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 15-15e

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Page 09-29

Circular, 1889 January 25; New York.

Requests statistical information from libraries in preparation for the United States Educational Exhibit at the Paris Exposition of 1889.

Creator:  United States. Commission to the Paris exposition, 1889
Related documents:  Volume 09, pp. 14-14e, 25b-26

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Page 09-30

Death notice, 1889 February 15; Bonn, Germany.

Announces death of Dr. Heinrich von Dechen (1800-1889).

Language:  German

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Page 09-31

Death notice from Antonio D’Achiardi. 1889 February 18; Pisa, Italy.

Announces death of Giuseppe Meneghini (1811-1889).

Creator:  D’Achiardi, Antonio (1839-1902)
Language:  Italian

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Page 09-32

Circular, 1889 March 1; Paris.

Announces a meeting for the French Geological Society on 1889 August 18, and issues invitation.

Creator:  Société Géologique de France
Language:  French

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Page 09-33

Death notice. 1889 March 7; Turin.

Announces death of Comm. Angelo Genocchi (1817-1889).

Creator:   Accademia delle Scienze di Torino
Language:  Italian

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Page 09-34

Circular, 1889 March 15; Paris.

Invites members attending Paris Universal Exposition 1889 to submit work for discussion during the meetings of the French Botanical Society.

Creator:  Société Botanique de France
Language:  French

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Page 09-34e

Circular, [1889 March 15; Paris].

Invites members of the Academy to attend the meetings of the French Botanical Society during the Paris Universal Exposition 1889.

Creator:  [Société Botanique de France]
Language:  French

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Page 09-35a

Letter from George Hinckley Lyman to Joseph Lovering, 1889 March 18; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Lyman, George H. (George Hinckley), 1819-1891; elected 1889

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Page 09-35b

Letter from Reginald Heber Fitz to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 18; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Fitz, Reginald Heber, 1843-1913; elected 1889

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Page 09-36a

Letter from Barrett Wendell to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 18; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Wendell, Barrett, 1855-1921; elected 1889

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Page 09-36b

Letter from Edward Hickling Bradford to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 19; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Bradford, Edward H. (Edward Hickling), 1848-1926; elected 1889

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Page 09-37a

Letter from Frank William Taussig to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 19; Cambridge, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Taussig, Frank William, 1859-1940; elected 1889
Related documents:  Volume 11, pp. 45b, 127b

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Page 09-37b

Letter from Cecil Hobart Peabody to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 19; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Peabody, Cecil H. (Cecil Hobart), 1855-1934; elected 1889

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Page 09-38a

Letter from Franklin Carter to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 20; Williamstown, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Carter, Franklin, 1837-1919; elected 1889

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Page 09-38b

Letter from Harold Clarence Ernst to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 20; Jamaica Plain, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Ernst, Harold C. (Harold Clarence), 1856-1922; elected 1889

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Page 09-39a

Letter from Frederick Irving Knight to Joseph Lovering, Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 20; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Knight, Frederick I. (Frederick Irving), 1841-1909; elected 1889

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Page 09-39b

Letter from Peter Schwamb to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 22; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Schwamb, Peter, 1858-1928; elected 1889

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Page 09-40

Letter from Franklin Bache Stephenson to Joseph Lovering, Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Stephenson, Franklin Bache, 1848-1932; elected 1889

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Page 09-41a

Letter from Alexander Johnston to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 23; Princeton, NJ.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Johnston, Alexander, 1849-1889; elected 1889

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Page 09-41b

Letter from Henry Pickering Walcott to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 23; Cambridge, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Walcott, Henry Pickering, 1838-1932; elected 1889

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Page 09-42

Letter from Henry Willey to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 March 15; New Bedford, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy. Encloses dues.

Creator:  Willey, Henry, 1824-1907; elected 1889

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Page 09-43

Letter from Maurice Donders, 1889 March 28; Utrecht, Germany.

Announces death of Prof. F. C. Donders (Francis Cornelis Donders, 1818-1889; elected 1879, FHM).

Creator:  Donders, Maurice

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Page 09-44

Circular, 1889 March 13; Palermo, Italy.

Announces seventh national and international Congress of Engineers and Architects.

Creator:  Congresso di Ingegneri e degli Architetti in Palermo
Language:  Italian

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Letter from Anatole François Hüe, Marquis de Caligny, 1889 April; Versailles, France.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Caligny, Anatole François Hüe, marquis de, 1811-1892; elected 1889, FHM
Language:  French

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Page 09-45b

Letter from John Nelson Stockwell to Joseph Lovering, 1889 April 2; Cleveland, OH.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Stockwell, John Nelson, 1832-1920; elected 1889

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Page 09-46a

Letter from David W. Cheever to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 April 10; Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Cheever, David W. (David Williams), 1831-1915; elected 1889

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Page 09-46b

Letter from David Gordon Lyon, 1889 May 1; Cambridge, MA.

Resigns membership of the Academy.

Creator:  Lyon, David Gordon, 1852-1935; elected 1887
Related documents:  Volume 09, p. 48

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Page 09-47

Letter from David Gordon Lyon to [William Watson], 1889 May 25; Cambridge, MA.

Communicates thanks from the American Oriental Society for the use of the Academy’s room.

Creator:  Lyon, David Gordon, 1852-1935; elected 1887

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Page 09-48

Letter from David Gordon Lyon to William Watson, 1889 May 27; Cambridge, MA.

Repeats resignation of membership of the Academy.

Creator:  Lyon, David Gordon, 1852-1935; elected 1887
Related documents:  Volume 09, p. 46b

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Page 09-49

Letter from Dmitri Mendeleef to Joseph Lovering, 1889 April 10; St. Petersburg, Russia.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Mendeleev, D. I. (Dmitrii Ivanovich), 1834-1907; elected 1889, FHM

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Page 09-50a

Letter from Horace Elisha Scudder to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 June 11; Cambridge, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Scudder, Horace Elisha, 1838-1902; elected 1889

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Page 09-50b

Letter from William Coe Collar to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1889 June 27; Roxbury, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy. Requests a copy of the constitution. Ask if any fee will be due during his fourteen month absence in Europe.

Creator:  Collar, William C[oe], 1833-1916; elected 1889

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Page 09-51

Circular, 1889 June 29; Munich, Germany.
Read at Stated Meeting, 1889 July 23.

Announces conference of German Anthropology Society in Wein.

Creator:  Anthropologische Gesellschaft in Wein
Language:  German

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Page 09-52

Letter from Wilhelm Edward Weber, 1889 July 28; Göttingen, Germany.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Weber, Wilhelm, 1804-1891; elected 1889, FHM
Language:  German

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Page 09-53a

Letter from Joseph Mitchell, 1889 August 5; Barnsley, England.

Notifies change in Secretary and Treasurer post of Midland Institute of Mining, Civil, and Mechanical Engineers.

Creator:  Mitchell, Joseph

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Page 09-53b

Letter from Edwin Pliny Seaver to the Treasurer, 1889 December 18; Newton, MA.

Encloses dues in the amount of fifty dollars. Resigns membership of the Academy.

Creator:  Seaver, Edwin P. (Edwin Pliny), 1838-1917; elected 1871

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Page 09-54

Circular, 1889 October 22; Emden, Germany.

The Naturalist Society in Emden announces their 75th anniversary. Included in invitation to anniversary party is invitation to tour the museum.

Creator:  Naturforschende Gesellschaft zu Emden
Language:  German

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Page 09-55a

Letter from Leo Lesquereux Jr., 1889 October 30; Columbus, OH.

Announces death of Leo Lesquereux (1806-1889; elected 1871, Associate Fellow).

Creator:  Lesquereux, Leo, Jr., [1831-1909]

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Page 09-55b

Circular, [ca. 1889 December]; Minneapolis, MN.

Invites the recipient to the opening of City of Minneapolis Public Library Building.

Creator:  Minneapolis (Minn.) Library Board

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Page 09-56

Circular, [ca. 1889].

Calls for paper submissions for 28th annual meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association.

Creator:  American Pharmaceutical Association

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Page 09-57

Death notice, 1890 January 14; Colmar, France.

Announces the death of Gustave-Adolphe Hirn (1815-1890).
Language:  French

Image:  /archive/images/002423.001.jpg

Page 09-58

Letter from Jean Charles Marignac to Josiah P. Cooke, 1890 January 19; Geneva, Switzerland.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Marignac, Jean Charles Galissard de, 1817-1894; elected 1889, FHM
Language:  French

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Page 09-59

Death notice, 1890 February 3; Utrecht, Germany.

Announces death of Dr. Christoforus Henricus Diedericus Buys Ballot (1817-1890).

Creator:  [The family of Christoforus Ballot]
Language:  Dutch

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Page 09-60

Circular, 1890 February 22; Prussia.

Announces celebration of 100 year anniversary.

Creator:  Physikalisch-ökonomische Gesellschaft zu Königsberg in Prussia
Language:  German

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Page 09-61a

Circular, 1890 March 15; Paris.

Announces the first session of the International Zoological Society.

Creator:  Congrès International de Zoologie
Language:  French

Image:  /archive/images/002427.001.jpg

Page 09-61b

Letter from Frank Austin Gooch to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 March 18; New Haven, CT.

Acknowledges election to the Academy as an Associate Fellow.

Creator:  Gooch, Frank Austin, 1852-1929; elected 1879

Image:  /archive/images/002428.001.jpg

Page 09-62a

Letter from Timothy Dwight to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 March 20; New Haven, CT.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Dwight, Timothy, 1828-1916; elected 1890

Image:  /archive/images/002429.001.jpg

Page 09-62b

Letter from Edward John Phelps to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 March 24; New Haven, CT.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Phelps, Edward John, 1822-1900; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

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Page 09-63

Letter from Carl Barus to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 March 21; Washington.

Acknowledges election to the Academy. Requests information about duties and privileges of membership.

Creator:  Barus, Carl, 1856-1935; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

Image:  /archive/images/002431.001.jpg

Page 09-64a

Letter from William A. Rogers to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 March 30; Waterville, ME.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Rogers, William A. (William Augustus), 1832-1898; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

Image:  /archive/images/002432.001.jpg

Page 09-64b

Letter from Thomas McIntyre Cooley to Joseph Lovering, 1890 March 31; Ann Arbor, MI.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Cooley, Thomas McIntyre, 1824-1898; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

Image:  /archive/images/002433.001.jpg

Page 09-65

Letter from Carl Barus to American Academy of Sciences, 1890 March 31.

Encloses paper on the "pressure coefficient of the voltaic cell" for publication in the Academy.

Creator:  Barus, Carl, 1856-1935; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

Image:  /archive/images/002434.001.jpg

Page 09-66

Circular, 1890 April; St. Petersburg, Russia.

Announces succession of secretarial duties in the Imperial Academy of the Sciences.

Creator:  Académie Impériale des Sciences
Language:  French

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Page 09-67a

Letter from Henry Willey to Treasurer of the Academy, 1890 April 25; New Bedford, MA.

Resigns membership over dues and "superfluities."

Creator:  Willey, Henry, 1824-1907; elected 1889

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Page 09-67b

Letter from Sherburne Wesley Burnham to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 April 10; San Jose, CA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Burnham, Sherburne Wesley, 1838-1921; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

Image:  /archive/images/002437.001.jpg

Page 09-68

Circular, 1890 March 11; Bologna, Italy.

The Academy of Sciences of the Institute of Bologna announces prize for scientific practice in controlling fires.

Creator:  Accademia delle Scienze dell' Istituto di Bologna
Language:  Italian

Image:  /archive/images/002438.001.jpg

Page 09-69

Letter from Charles R. Lanman to J. P. Cooke, 1890 May 12; Cambridge, MA.

Thanks for permitting the American Oriental Society to use its room for annual assembly.

Creator:  Lanman, Charles Rockwell, 1850-1941; elected 1881

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Page 09-70a

Graduation Announcement, [ca. 1890 May].

Invites recipient to Graduation of Class of 1890 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Creator:  Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Page 09-70b

Circular, [ca. 1890]; New York.

Announces meeting of the American Chemical Society.

Creator:  American Chemical Society

Image:  /archive/images/002441.001.jpg

Page 09-71

Letter from Henry Newell Martin to Joseph Lovering and Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890; Baltimore, MD.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Martin, Henry Newell, 1848-1896; elected 1890, Associate Fellow

Image:  /archive/images/002442.001.jpg

Page 09-72

Letter from Henry Enfield Roscoe to Joseph Lovering, 1890 June 12; London.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Roscoe, Henry E. (Henry Enfield), 1833-1915; elected 1890, FHM

Image:  /archive/images/002443.001.jpg

Page 09-73

Circular, 1890 July; Budapest, Hungary.

Announces the second International Ornithology Congress.

Creator:  International Ornithological Congress.
Language:  French, German, Hungarian

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Page 09-74

Circular, 1890 August; Cambridge, England

Announces a memorial for James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879; elected 1874, FHM).

Related documents:  Volume 09, p.77

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Page 09-75

Circular, 1890; Bern, Switzerland.

Announces the international meeting of Geographical Sciences in 1891.

Creator:  Congrès International des Sciences Géographiques
Language:  French

Image:  /archive/images/002446.001.jpg

Page 09-76

Death notice, 1890 August 24; Catania, Sicily.

Announces the death of Comm. Dott. Orazio Silvestri (1835-1890).

Creator:  [Zurria, Giuseppe]
Language:  Italian

Image:  /archive/images/002447.001.jpg

Page 09-77

Letter from James Porter to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1890 November 17; Cambridge, England.

Presents a copy of the Memorial Edition of the Scientific Papers of Professor James Clerk Maxwell. Answered 1890 December 16. Penciled note that books received 1891 March 25.

Creator:  Porter, James
Related documents:  Volume 09, p.74

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Page 09-78

Circular, 1890 November 26; Sydney, New South Wales.

Announces medal and prize money for original research on several listed topic.

Creator:  Royal Society of New South Wales

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Page 09-79

Circular, [ca. 1890].

Announces second general meeting of the American Chemical Society.

Creator:  American Chemical Society

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Page 09-80

Circular, [ca. 1890]; Palermo.

Announces the program for the conference of Engineers and Architects to be held in Palermo in 1891.

Creator:  Congresso di Ingegneri e di Architetti

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Page 09-81

Circular, [ca. 1891].

Announces the fourth general meeting of the American Chemical Society.

Creator:  American Chemical Society

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Page 09-82

Circular, [ca. 1891]; Berlin.

Announces celebratory party for the life of Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894; elected 1868, FHM).

Language:  German

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Page 09-83

Circular, [ca. 1891].

Invites members to the Second International Ornithological Congress.

Creator:  Second International Ornithological Congress

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Page 09-84

Circular, 1891 April 30; Prague, Bohemia.

Announces the first public address of the Archduke Karl Ludwig at the Franz Joseph Bohemian Academy of Sciences, Literature, and Art.

Creator:  Česká akademie věd a umění císaře Františka Josefa
Language:  Slovak and Latin

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Page 09-85a

Printed invitation, 1891 January 1; Boston.

Invites Academy to attend one hundredth anniversary of the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Creator:  Massachusetts Historical Society

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Page 09-85b

Letter from William Coe Collar to William Watson, 1891 January 17; Roxbury, MA.

Resigns membership of the Academy.

Creator:  Collar, William Coe, 1833-1916; elected 1889

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Page 09-86

Circular from the Fifth International Congress of Geologists, 1891 January 1; Washington, DC.

Invites members to the Fifth International Congress of Geologists. Requests notification of attendance to plan excursions.

Creator:  Fifth International Congress of Geologists

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Page 09-87

Death notice, 1891 January 2; Milan, Italy.

Announces death of Cav. Abate Antonio Stoppani (1824-1891), president of Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali of Milan.

Creator:  Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali
Language:  Italian

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Page 09-88

Circular, 1891 January 15; Paris.

The National Horticultural Society of France announces 7th Horticulture Congress in Paris in 1891.

Creator:  Société Nationale d’Horticulture de France
Language:  French

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Page 09-89

Death notice, 1891 January 15; Brussels, Belgium.

Announces the death of Jean-Baptiste Joseph Liagre (1815-1891).

Creator:  Académie royale des sciences, des lettres et des beaux-arts de Belgique
Language:  French

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Page 09-90

Letter from Charles Edward Munroe to Josiah P. Cooke, 1891 February 5; Newton, [MA].

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Munroe, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1849-1938; elected 1891

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Page 09-91

Circular, 1891 February 10; Washington, DC.

Invites members to the fifth International Congress of Geologists.

Creator:  Fifth International Congress of Geologists.

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Page 09-92

Death notice from the Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, 1891 February 12; Prague, Hungary.

The Royal Bohemian Academy of Sciences announces death of Ottokar Feistmantel.

Creator:  Königlich-böhmische Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften (Prague, Hungary)
Language:  German and Czech

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Page 09-93

Letter from Arthur Messinger Comey to [Josiah Parsons] Cooke, 1891 March 5; Tufts College.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Comey, Arthur Messinger, 1861-1933; elected 1891

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Page 09-94

Letter from Charles Robert Sanger to Josiah P. Cooke, 1891 March 14; Annapolis, MD.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Sanger, Charles Robert, 1860-1912; elected 1891

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Page 09-95

Death notice, 1891 April; Observatory San Fernando [Spain].

Announces death of Monsieur Cecilio Pujazon (1833-1891).

Creator:  Instituto y Observatorio de Marina (Spain)
Language:  French

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Page 09-96

Circular, 1891 April 8; Montreal.

Announces annual meeting of the Royal Society of Canada in May.

Creator:  Royal Society of Canada.

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Page 09-97

Circular, 1891 March 4; Bologna, Italy.

The Academy of Sciences of the Institute of Bologna announces contest on Galvanism.

Creator:  Reale Accademia delle Scienze dell’ Istituto di Bologna
Language:  Italian

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Page 09-98

Circular, 1891 May 6; Brussels, Belgium.

The Royal Belgium Society of Science, Letters, and Art announces election of replacement secretary.

Creator:  Academie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres, et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique
Language:  French

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Page 09-99

Death notice, 1891 May 10; Munich, Germany.

Announces death of Dr. Carl Wilhelm von Naegeli (1817-1891; elected 1878, FHM).

Creator:  [The family of Carl Wilhelm von Naegeli].
Language:  German

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Page 09-100a

Letter from Hermann August Hagen to Joseph Lovering, 1891 May 12; Cambridge, MA.

Resigns membership of the Academy.

Creator:  Hagen, Hermann August, 1817-1893; elected 1868

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Page 09-100b

Letter from John Homans to William Watson, 1891 May 26; Boston.

Resigns membership of the Academy.

Creator:  Homans, John, 1836-1903; elected 1889

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Page 09-101

Letter from Samuel Pierpont Langley, 1891 June 1; Washington, DC.

Announces establishment of Physical Observatory department at the Smithsonian Institution.

Creator:  Langley, S. P. (Samuel Pierpont), 1834-1906; elected 1883, Associate Fellow

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Page 09-102

Letter Samuel Pierpont Langley, 1891 June 1; Washington, DC.

Announces relocation from Allegheny Observatory to Smithsonian Institution, Washington.

Creator:  Langley, S. P. (Samuel Pierpont), 1834-1906; elected 1883, Associate Fellow

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Page 09-103

Letter from Observatorio de Marina de San Fernando, 1891 June 2; San Fernando, Spain.

Announces appointment of Director of the San Fernando Naval Observatory.

Creator:  Instituto y Observatorio de Marina (Spain)
Language:  French

Image:  /archive/images/002476.001.jpg

Page 09-104

Letter from Charles R. Lanman to [Josiah Parsons] Cooke, 1891 June 3; Cambridge, MA.

Thanks the Academy on behalf of the American Oriental Society for use of their rooms during the annual meeting. Informs them that their room may no longer be required in the future.

Creator:  Lanman, Charles Rockwell, 1850-1941; elected 1881

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Page 09-105a

Letter from Henry Marion Howe to Joseph Lovering, Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1891 June 3; Hoosick Falls, NY.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Howe, Henry Marion, 1848-1922; elected 1891

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Page 09-105b

Letter from George Park Fisher to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1891 June 4; New Haven, CT.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Fisher, George Park, 1827-1909; elected 1891, Associate Fellow

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Page 09-106a

Letter from Abner Cheney Goodell Jr. to Josiah P. Cooke, 1891 June 4; Salem, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.Requests a copy of rules, regulations, and a list of officers.

Creator:  Goodell, Abner Cheney, Jr., 1831-1914; elected 1891

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Page 09-106b

Letter from Henry Taber to Josiah P. Cooke, 1891 June 4; Worcester, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Taber, Henry, 1860-1936; elected 1891

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Page 09-107a

Letter from Louis Cabot, 1891 June 12; Brookline, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Cabot, Louis, 1837-1914; elected 1891

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Page 09-107b

Letter from Josiah Royce, 1891 June 14; Cambridge, MA.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916; elected 1891

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Page 09-108

Death notice, 1891 June 23; Göttingen, Germany.

Announces the death of Wilhelm Weber (1804-1891; elected 1889; FHM).

Creator:  [The family of Wilhelm Weber]
Language:  German

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Page 09-109

Letter from William Curtis Taylor, 1891 August 20; Tacoma, Washington.

Requests friendship with Tacoma Academy of Science.

Creator:  Taylor, William Curtis

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Page 09-110

Circular, 1891 September 1; Washington, DC.

Summarizes events at the fourteenth annual meeting of the American Microscopical Society.

Creator:  American Microscopical Society

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Page 09-111

Death notice, 1891 September 2; Lisbon, Portugal.

The Royal Sciences Academy of Lisbon announces the death of José Maria Latino Coelho (1825-1891).

Creator:  Academia Real das Sciencias de Lisboa
Language:  French

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Page 09-112

Circular, 1891 September 7; Mulhouse, Germany.

Conveys program for the society during the years 1891-1892.

Creator:  Société industrielle de Mulhouse
Language:  French

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Page 09-113

Letter from William R. Warren to Josiah Parsons Cooke, 1891 September 24; New York.

Informs Academy of terms in Cyrus M. Warren’s will. Gives one hundred shares of stock to be applied for research in chemistry. Gives fifty shares of stock to be used for erection of building for library and meetings.

Creator:  Warren, William R.

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Page 09-114a

Letter from Samuel Jason Mixter to Josiah P. Cooke, [1891 October]; Marlborough Street, Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Mixter, Samuel Jason, 1855-1926; elected 1891

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Page 09-114b

Letter from to Franklin Bache Stephenson to William Watson, 1891 November 13; USS Marion, Yokahama, Japan.

Summarizes voyage from San Francisco to Japan via Honolulu. Recommends Captain A. R. Bartlett for consideration as a Fellow.

Creator:  Stephenson, Franklin Bache, 1848-1932; elected 1889

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Page 09-115

Letter from Warren Upham to Joseph Lovering, 1891 November 6; Newbury Street, Boston.

Acknowledges election to the Academy.

Creator:  Upham, Warren, 1850-1934; elected 1891

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Page 09-117

Death notice, 1891 November 22; Chur, Switzerland.

The Natural History Society of Graubünden announces the death of Eduard Killias (1829-1891).

Creator:  Naturforschende Gesellschaft von Graubündens
Language:  German

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Page 09-118

Circular, 1891 November 20; Paris.

Transmits minutes of first committee meeting on the Bibliography of Geology by International Congress of Geologists.

Creator:  International Congress of Geologists

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Page 09-119

Circular, 1891 November 25; New York.

Announces fourth general meeting of The American Chemical Society.

Creator:  American Chemical Society

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Page 09-120

Circular, 1891 December; Altenburg, Austria.

Announces celebration of foundation of the Naturalist Society of Austria in Altenburg.

Creator:  Naturforschende Gesellschaft des Osterlandes zu Altenburg
Language:  German

Image:  /archive/images/002497.001.jpg

Page 09-121

Circular, 1891 December 1; Athens, Greece.

Updates status of the National Observatory of Athens.

Creator:  Ethnikon Asteroskopeion Athēnōn
Language:  French

Image:  /archive/images/002498.001.jpg

Page 09-122

Death notice, [ca. 1891].

Announces the death of Sir William Macleay (1820-1891).

Creator:  Linnean Society of New South Wales

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Page 09-123

Circular, 1891 December 9; Sydney, Australia.

Announces Medal competition for original research upon listed subjects.

Creator:  Royal Society of New South Wales

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Page 09-[124]

Alphabetical index to letters, A-W [end of alphabet].

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