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XXIII.—International Associations Op Education.
Association for the international exchange of students. Secretary, Henry W. Crees, Caxton House, Westminster, London, England.
Cordafratrcs. International federation of students. Central committee. President, George W.Nasmyth, Charlotlenstrassc 55, Berlin, Germany; secretary, Louis P. Lochner, 012 South Brearly Street, Madison, Wis.
International association of academies. Secretary, Carl Salemann, Imperial academy of sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia.
International association of medical Inspectors of schooLs. Address: M. de Pradel, Avenue Emile-Zola, 130, Paris, France.
International bureau of federations of teachers. Address: Rue du Boublon, 44, Brussels, Belgium.
International congress of American students. Fourth meeting: Santiago, Chile, 1914.
International congress on child welfare. Meeting: Washington, I>. C, April 22, 1914.
Internal it nal congress on commercial education. Address: Dr. Bela Sehaek, Aposlol-utca, fi, Budapest,
Hungary. Second meeting: Budapest, Hungary, August 31 to September 4, 1913. International congress on education. Meeting: The Hague, Netherlands, September, 1914. International congress on elementary education. Address: Rue du Houblon, 44, Brussels, Belgium.
Third congress: Prague, 1915. International congress on home education. International commission. Address: Louis Pien, rue Rubens,
44, Brussels, Belgium.
International congress on physical education. Permanent international commission. Address: FosseV
prcz, rue Emile Banning, 29, Brussels, Belgium. International congress on popular education. Address: Boulevard du Hainan!. 110, Brussels, Belgium. International congress on school hygiene. Permanent international committee. President, Albert
Mathleu, Paris, France; secretory-general of fourth congress, 1913, Thomas A. Storey, College of the
city of New York, New York, N. Y. International congress on secondary education. Address: M. V. Wittmann, rueNeuvc, %'illa Paul, Genval,
International congress on technical, commercial and industrial education. Address: Avenue Trudatne, 39, Paris, France.
International faculty of pedology. Address: Mile. I. Ioteyko, Avenue Paul de Jaer, 35, Brussels, Belgium. Second International congress of pedology, Madrid, April 1915.
International federation for Catholic education. Address: M. Auor, jun., Donauworth, Bavaria.
International federation for the development of draw ing and art teaching. Address: Iaod Uenoud, Fribourg, Switzerland.
International federation of popular universities. Address: Boulevard de la Senne, I, Brussels, Belgium. International kindergarten union. President, Mrs. Mary B. Page, 54 Scott street, Chicago, 111.; secretary,
Catharine H. Watkins, 1720 Oregon avenue, Washington, D. C. International league for the rational education of,children. Address: Boulevard Saint-Martin, 21, Paris,
International moral education congress. Permanent commission. Address: M. Spiller, South Hill Park, 63,1-ondon, N. W., England.
International office of home economics. Address: Ecole normale mehagere, Frlbourg, Switzerland.
International society for the development of commercial education. Address: M. A. Junod, Beme, Switzerland.
International Sunday school association. Address: Marion Lawrance, 1416 Mailers building, Chicago, 111.
XXIV.—American Educational Associations.
The following list shows, first, the name of the association; second, the name and address of the president; third, the name and address of the secretary; fourth, the place and date of the next meeting.
/.—National and sectional.
American association for the advancement of agricultural teaching: Rufus W. Stimson. Boston, Mass.;
Walter II. French, East Lansing, Mich.; with the Association of American agricultural colleges and
experiment stations, Washington, D. C , November 11, 1913. American association for the advancement of science, Section L: P. P. Claxton, United States Bureau of
Education, Washington, D. C; S. A. Courtis, Detroit, Mich.; Atlanta. Ga.. December 29, 1913, to
January 2, 1914.
American association of college registrars: E. J. Mathews. University of Texas, Austin, Tex.; Mary Scott , Knox college, Oalesburg, 111.
American association of farmers' institute workers: A. P. Bandies, Columbus, Ohio; John Hamilton, United States Deportment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C; Washington, D. C, November 10-12, 1913.
American association to promote the teaching of speech to the deaf: Caroline A. Yale, Northampton, Mass.;
Zenas F. Westervclt, 1545 St. Paul street. Rochester, N. Y. American bar association, Section of legal education: Walter G. Smith, Philadelphia, Pa.: Charles M.
Hepburn, Indiana university law school, Bloornington, Ind.; Montreal, Can., September 2-3, 1913. American conference of teachers of journalism: W. O. Bleyer, University of Wisconsin. Madison, Wis.;
II. F. Harrington, Ohio state university, Columbus, Ohio; Madison, Wis., November, 1913. American federation of arts: Robert W. de Forest, New York, N. Y.; Leila Mechlin, 1741 New York avenue,
Washington, D. C; probably Washington, D. C, or Chicago, HI., about May 15, 1914. American federation of the teachers of the mathematical and natural sciences: C. Riborg Mann, University
of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; William Hedrick, McKinley manual training high school, Washington, D. C.j
with the American association for the advancement of science, betv»'?en December 29. 1913, and January
American home economics association: Sarah L. Aruuld. Simmons college, Boston, Muss.; Isabel E. Lord, Prattinstitute, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ameryan institute of instruction: Franklin B. Dyer, Boston. Mass.; Wallace E. Mason. Keene, N. H.
American instructors of the deaf: Edward M. Gallaudet, Hartford, Conn.; Herbert E. Day, Kendall Green, Washington. D. C; Staunton, Va., summer of 1914.
American medical association. Council on medical education: A. D. Bevau, chairman, Chicago, 111.; N. P. Colweli, 535 North Dearborn street, Chicago, 111.; Chicago, III., February 24, 1914.
American nature-study society: Anna B. Comstock, Ithaca. N. Y.; Elliot R. Downing, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Atlanta, Ga., December 30-31, 1913.
American physical education association: R. Tait MoKenzie, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; James U. McCurdy, International Y. M. C. A. training school. Springfield, Mass.
American school hygiene association: David L. Edsall, Boston, Mass.; Thomas A. Storey, College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y.; Bullalo, N. Y., August 25-30, 1913.
American school inquiry association: William E. Chancellor, 31 East Twenty-seventh street, New York, N. Y.; Edward Hebden, 31 East Twenty-seventh street. New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., December 26-27,1913.
American school peace league: Randall J. Condon, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Fannie F. Andrews, 405 Marlborough street, Boston, Mass.; Richmond, Va., February. 1914, In connection with the Department of superintendence of the National educat ion association.
American society for extension of university teaching: Henry La Barre Jayne, 505 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles D. Atkins, 730 Wltherspoon building, Philadelphia, Pa.; Philadelphia. Pa., June, 1914.
American society of superintendents of training schools for nurses: Clara D. Noyes, Bellevue hospital
Iraining school. New York, N. Y.; Sara E. Parsons. Massachusetts general hospital, Boston, Mass. Association of American agricultural colleges and experiment stations: Edward H. Jenkins, New Haven,
Conn.; J. L. Hills, Burlington, Yt.; Washington. D. C, November 12-14,1913. Association of American law schools: Henry M. Bates, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Waller
W. Cook, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; with the American bar association, Montreal. Can.,
Association of American medical colleges: E. P. Lyon. Minneapolis, Minn.; Fred C. Zapffe, 3431 Lexington
street, Chicago, 111.; Chicago, 111.. February 25, 1914. Association of American universities: Edward A. Pace, Catholic university of America, Washington,
D. C; G. Peabody Gardner, Jr., Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass.; Urbana, III., November 7-S,
Association of business officers of the State universities and colleges of theMiddle West: Shirley W. Smith, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; J. C. Christensen, Kansas State agricultural college. Manhattan, Kans.
Association of colleges and preparatory schools of the Middle States and Maryland: Arthur II. Quinn,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Pa.; George W. McClelland. University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Pa.; Albany, N. Y.. November, 1913. Association of colleges and preparatory schools of the Southern States: J. L. Henderson, University of
Texas, Austin, Tex.; Bert E. Young, Vanderbilt university, Nashville, Term.; Knoxville, Tenn.,
November 6-8, 1913.
Assoc kit ion of collegiate alumna?: Mrs. Alexander F. Morrison, San Francisco, Cal.; Katharine E. Puncheon, Oermantown, Pa.; Philadelphia, Pa., Easter week, 1914.
Association of cosmopolitan clubs: Tsoerun L. Ling, Iowa City, la.; Manuel A. Gonzalez, Cornell cosmopolitan club, Ithaca. N. Y.; Iowa City. Ia.. probably December 25-30, 1913.
Association of history teachers of the Middle Stales and Maryland: A. E. McKinley, Temple university, Philadelphia, Pa.; Edgar Dawson, Normal college, New York, N. Y.; Albany, N. Y., November 28, 1913.
Association of mathematical teachers in New England: W. B. Carpenter, Mechanic arts high school Boston, Mass.; Harry D. Oaylord, 104 Hemenway street, Boston, Mass.; Boston, Mass., December 6, 1913.
Association of Southern State superintendents of public instruction: F. B. Woodley, Battiesburg, Miss.;
II. L. McCleskey, Hazlehurst, Miss. Association of Southern States rural school supervisors: W. K. Tate, Columbia, S. C; L. J. Hanifan,
Charleston, W. Va.; with Conference for education in the South. Associatiou of teachers of mathematics in the Middle States and Maryland: Isaac J. Schwatt, University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. F. Hart, Montclair, N. J.; Albany, N. Y., November 29,1913. Catholic educational association: Thomas J. Shahan, Catholic university of America, Washington, D. C;
F. W. Howard, 1651 East Main street, Columbus, Ohio. Central association of science and mathematics teachers: James F. MiUis, Francis W. Parker school, Chicago,
IU.; William L. Eikenberry, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Des Moines, Iowa, November 2S-29,
Classical association of the Atlantic States: W. P. Mustard, Johns Hopkins university, Baltimore, Md.; Charles Knapp, Barnard college, Columbia university, New York, N. Y.; probably Philadelphia, Fa., May, 1914.
Classical association of the Middle West and South: T. C. Burgess, Peoria, BL; H. J. Barton, Champaign, IU.
Classical association of the Pacific Northwest: Andrew Oliver, Seattle, Wash.; Evan T. Sage, University
of Washington, Seattle, Wash.; Tacoma, Wash., November 28-29, 1913. Conference for education in the South: Presidency vacant; executive secretary, A. P. Bourland, Soul-hern
building, Washington, D. C; Louisville, Ky., April, 1914. Conference of chief school officers of the U nited States: A. C. Nelson, chairman, executive committee, Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Conference of church workers in State universities: D. R. Leland, Lincoln, Nebr.; J. C. Todd, Blooming-ton,
Ind.; Bloomington, Ind., February, 1914. Conference of superintendents and principals of American schools for the deaf: J. W.- Jones, State school
for the deaf, Columbus, Ohio; F. M. Driggs, Utah school for the deaf, Ogden, Utah. Dental faculties association of American universities: Eugene H. Smith, Harvard university, Dental
school, Cambridge, Mass.; Edward C. Kirk, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; Philadelphia, Pa., April or May, 1914. Eastern art and manual training teachers' association: Alvin E. Dodd, Boston, Mass.; Thellwell R.
Coggeshall, Girard college, Philadelphia, Pa. Eastern association of physics teachers: Fred H. Cowan, Girls' Latin school, Boston, Mass.; Alfred M.
Butler, Practical arts high school, Boston, Mass.; probably Boston, Mass., November, 1913. Eastern commercial teachers' association: John H. Gill, Trenton, N. J.; Frank E. Lakey, English high
school, Boston, Mass.; Atlantic City, N. J., April 9-11,1914. Educational association of the Methodist Episcopal church: Joseph R. Harker, Illinois woman's college,
Jacksonville, 111.; C. A. Fulmer, Nebraska Wesleyon university, Lincoln, Nebr.; Hackettstown, N. J.,
probably first week In January, 1914. Farmers' educational cooperative union of America: O. P. Ford, McFall, Ala.; T. J. Kennedy^Binnlng.
ham, Ala.; Montgomery, Ala. Federation of State teachers' associations: Charles S. Foos, Reading, Pa.; W. W. Remington, Denver,
Colo.; with the National education association, 1914. Inland Empire teachers' association: A. L. Alderman, Portland,Oreg.; George Black, Lewiston, Idaho;
Institute of dental pedagogics: Daniel H. Squire, Buffalo, N. Y.; John F. Biddle, S17 Arch street, N. S.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Buffalo, N. Y., January 27-29,1914. Lake Mohonk conference of friends of the Indian and other dependent peoples: New president not yet
elected; H. C. Phillips, Mohonk Lake, N. Y.; Mohonk Lake, N. Y., October 22-24,1913. Land grant college engineering organization: J. P. Jackson, chairman, State College, Pa.; A. Marston,
Iowa State college, Ames, Iowa. League of teachers' associations: Grace Baldwin, 131 East Fourteenth street, Minneapolis, Minn.; MoUie R.
Hobbs, 823 North Fremont avenue, Baltimore, Md.; with the National education association, 1914. Mississippi Valley historical association, Teachers' section: Dana C. Munro, chairman, Madison, Wis.;
Howard C. Hill, Normal school, Milwaukee, Wis.; Grand Forks, N. Dak., May, 1914. Modern language association of America: Alexander R. Hohlfeld, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.;
William G. Howard, Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass.; Cambridge, Mass., December 29-31,1913. Montessori educational association: Mrs. Alexander Graham Bell, Washington, D. C; John Dunlop, 1217
Connecticut avenue N W., Washington, D. C. Music supervisors national conference: Elizabeth Casterton, Rochester, N. Y.; May Kimberly, Minneapolis, Minn.; Minneapolis, Minn. Music teachers' national association: Charles II. Farnsworth, Teachers' college, Columbia university, New
York, N. Y.; J. Lawrence Erb, Wooster, Ohio; tlincinnati, Ohio, December 29,1913, to January 3,1914. National association for the study and education of exceptional children: A. Emil Schmitt, 60 Central
Park West, New York, N. Y.; Waldemar H. Groszmann, Plainfield, N. J.; New York, N. Y.,
National association of corporation schools: Arthur Williams, Now York Edison company; Lee Galloway, New York university, New York, N. Y.
National association of dental faculties: J. B. Willmott, Toronto, Can.; George E. Hunt, Indianapolis, Ind.
National association of school accounting officers: Henry R. M. Cook, Board of education, New York, N. Y.;
William Dick, Board of public education, Philadelphia, Pa.; Memphis, Tenn., third week in Kay, 1914. National associationj)f State universities in the United States of America: E. J. James, Urbana, 111.; Guy
Potter Benton, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt.; Washington, D. C, November 10-11,1913. National association of teachers in colored schools: M. W. Dogan, Marshall, Tex.; George W. Carry,
National child labor committee: Felix Adler, 105 East Twenty-second street, New York, N. Y.; Owen R.
Lovejoy, 105 East Twenty-second street, New York, N. Y. National collegiate athletic association: LeBaron R. Briggs, Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass.;
Frank W. Niculson, Wesleyan university, Middletown, Conn.; New York, N. Y., December 30,1913. National commercial teachers' federation: F. M. Van Antwerp, Louisville, Ky.; Walter E. Ingersoll, 1123
Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Chicago, 111., December 29-31,1913. National conference committee on standards of colleges and secondary schools: Wilson Farrand, Newark,
N. J.; Frederick C. Ferry, Williams college, Willjamstown, Mass.; New York, N. Y., about February
National conference on the education of backward, truant, and delinquent children: George S. Addams,
Cleveland, Ohio; Elmer L. Coffeen, Westboro, Mass.; Buffalo, N. Y., August 26-28, 1913. National council of teachers of English: Fred Newton Scott, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.;
James F. Hosic, Chicago teachers' college, Chicago, 111.; Chicago, 111., November 27-29, 1913. National education association: Joseph Swain, Swarthmore college, Swarthmore, Pa.; Durand W.Springer,
Ann Arbor, Mich.; probably St. Paul, Minn., July 4-11,1914. National education association, Department of superintendence: Ben Blewett, St. Louis, Mo.; Anna E.
Logan, Ohio State normal school, Oxford, Ohio; Richmond, Va., February, 1914. National education association, National council of education: Robert J. Aley, Orono, Me.; William B.
Owen, Chicago normal school, Chicago, 111. National federation of college women: Mrs. William Oxley Thompson, Ohio State university, Columbus,
Ohio; Ida P. McKean, 1894 East Ninety-seventh street, Cleveland, Ohio; probably Chicago, 111., July,
National German-American teachers' association (Nationaler deutschamerikanischer lehrerbund): Leo
Stern, Milwaukee, Wis.; G. J. Lenz, 558 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111., July, 1914. National kindergarten association: John Dewey, 1 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y.; Dorothy Perkins,
1 Madison avenue, Now York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., November, 1913. National league of compulsory education officials: William L. Bodine, Chicago, 111.; John B. Quinn, St.
Louis, Mo.; St. Louis, Mo., October, 1913. National society for broader education: Guy C. Lee, Carlisle, Pa.; H. H. Langsdorf, Carlisle, Pa.; New York,
N. Y., January 7,1914.
National society for the promotion of industrial education: William C. Redfleld, Washington, D. C; Charles
A. Prosscr, 20 West Forty-fourth street. New York, N. Y.; Grand Rapids, Mich., October 23-25, 1913. National society for the study of education: M. G. Brumbaugh, Philadelphia, Pa.; 8. Chester Parker, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Richmond, Va., February, 1914, with the Department of superintendence of the National education association.
National society of college teachers of education: George M. Forbes, University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y.; Carter Alexander, George Peabody college for teachers, Nashville, Tenn.; Richmond, Va., February, 1914, with the Department of superintendence of the National education association.
National vocational guidance association: Frank M. Lcavitt, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Jesse
B. Davis, Grand Rapids, Mioh.
New England association of chemistry teachers: W. G. Whitman, Salem, Mass.; J. B. Merrill, Woon
socket, R. I.; Boston, Mass., November, 1913. New England association of college teachers of education: E. C. 8anford, Worcester, Mass.; Henry W.
Holmes, Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass.; Cambridge, Mass., November 29,1913. New England association of colleges and preparatory schools: Enoch C. Adams, Newtonville, Mass.; Walter
B. Jacobs, Brown university, Providence, R. I.; Cambridge, Mass., October 31 to November 1, 1913. New England association of school superintendents: David Snedden, 500 Ford building, Boston, Mass.;
Valentine Almy, State Capitol, Providence, R. I.; Boston, Mass., November 14,1913. New England association of teachers of English: Oscar C. Gallagher, High school of commerce, Boston,
Mass.; Frank W. C. Hersey, Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass.; Boston, Mass., December 13,1913. New England classical association: William F. Abbot, Worcester, Mass.; George E. Howes, Wllliamstown,
New England high school commercial teachers' association: Edward A. Sammls, Stamford, Conn.; W. O.
Holden, Pawtucket, R. I.; New Bedford, Mass., November 1,1913. New England history teachers' association: John Haynes, Hyde Park, Mass.; Walter H. Cushing, Fram
ingham, Mass.; October 18,1913.
New England modern language association: Kenneth McKenzie, Yale university, New Haven, Conn.;
Bertha Vogel, South Boston high school, Boston, Mass.; Boston, Mass., May, 1914. North Central association of colleges and secondary schools: F. N. Scotl, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Thomas A.
Clark, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111.; Chicago, III., March 29-30, 1914. North Central council of State normal school presidents: W. W. Parsons, Terra Haute, Ind.; Frank A.
Wi lde, Moorhead, Wis.; probably February 20,1914. Northeastern association of science and mathematics teachers: A. W. Vawberg, Berea, Ohio; Miss J. C.
Bennett, East high school, Cleveland, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio, January or February, 1914. Northwest association of history, government, and economics teachers: C. A. Sprague, Olympia, Wash.;
T. O. Ramsey, Spokane. Wash.: Spokane. Wash., April, 1914. Playground and recreation association of America: Joseph Lee, 101 Tremont street, Boston, Mass.: Howard
S. Uraucher. 1 Madison avenue, New York, N. Y. Religions education association: Charles F. Thwing, Western Reserve university, Cleveland, Ohio; Henry
F. Cope, 352 South Michigan avenue, Chicago, 111.; New Haven, Conn., March 5-S, 1914. School garden association of America: Van Kvrie Kilpatrick, 4852 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Edwin J.
Drown, Dayton, Ohio.
Society for the promotion of engineering education: G. C. Anthony, Tufts college, Mass.; H. H. Noma,
Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y.; Princeton, N. J. Society of directors of physical education in colleges: William A. Lambeth, Charlottesville, Va.: Paul C.
Phillips. Amherst, Mass.; New York, N. Y., December 31, 1913. Southern association of college women: May L. Keller, Baltimore, Md.; Kliiabetli A.Colton. Raleigh. N. C;
Louisville, Ky., April, 1914. Southern college press association: Sam Latimer, jr., Columbia, S. C; Robert B. Jackson, University of
Virginia. Charlottesville, Va.; Williamsburg, Va., November. 1913. Southern educational association: M. L. Brittain. Atlanta, Ca.; William F. Fcagin, 519 Dexter avenue,
Montgomery, Ala.; Nashville, Tenn., October 30 to November 1, 1913. Southern educational council: J. W. Abercrombie, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; W. K. Tate, Columbia, S. C; with
Southern educational association. Southern industrial educational association: Scth Shepard, 1447 Massachusetts avenue, Washington, D. C;
Mrs. A. S. Stone, 331 Southern building, Washington, D. C; Washington, D. ('., October 25, 1913. Western drawing and manual training association: R. W. Selvidge, Nashville, Tenn.; Wilson II. Henderson, Hammond. Ind.; Milwaukee, Wis., May 6-9, 1914. Women's educational and Industrial union: Mrs. Mary S. Wool man, 264 Boylston street, Boston, Mass.;
Melita Knowlcs, 264 Boylstou street, Boston, Mass. Women's intercollegiate association for student government: Constance L. Ball, Swarthmore, Pa.;
Margot dishing, Vassar college, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Swarthmore, Pa., November 6-8,1913.
Alabama ed\icational association: J. V. Brown, Dothan; W. C. Griggs, Gadsden. Alabama Sunday school association: M. N. Manning, Talledega; Leon Palmer, Montgomery. Association of Alabama colleges: Andrew Sledd, Greensboro; James J. Doster, University; Birmingham, March, 1914. Arizona:
Arizona State teachers' association: G. A. Goggin, president; Phoenix, November 4-6, 1913. Arkansas:
Arkansas negro teachers' association: William Townsend, Pine Bluff: Lucretia Wyat. Fort Smith;
LitUo Rock, December 20-31, 1913. Arkansas State teachers' association: Charles H. Brough; James L. Bond, Little Rock; April 9-11,1914. California:
California council of education: E. Morris Cox, Oakland: A. H. Chamberlain, San Francisco. California history teachers' association: Maude F. Stevens, Palo Alto; John G. Curts. Sutter Creek;
Son Francisco, December 27-28, 1913. California teachers' association, Bay section: George W. Frick. Oakland; A. J. Cloud. San Francisco;
probably Oakland during the week preceding Christmas, 1913. Colorado;
Colorado State teachers' association: II. M. Barrett. Denver; W. W. Remington, Denver; Pueblo, November 24-26, 1913. Connecticut:
Connecticut manual arts teachers' association: William L. Hagen, New Britain; J. Winthrop Andrews,
New Britain; April 25, 1914. Connecticut schoolmasters' club: Walter B. Spencer, West Hartford; James H. Freeman, Hartford;
probably Oc tober 9, 1913. Connecticut State teachers' association: John I'cttibone, New Milford; S. P. WiUard, Colchester;
Hartford and New Haven, October 24, 1913.