Excerpt from List of Addresses No. 2: Compiled June, 1908
In preparing this list of addresses it was thought best to change the form of matter from that of the list which was prepared for the Triennial Celebration. It will be remembered that the alphabetical list in the latter recorded only the name of the member, his home and business addresses, while any other information was given in another part of the book. This year it was decided to place all information in the alphabetical list.
Early in the autumn of 1907 the Secretary began to gather information and received replies from Six hundred and thirty-six, out of a membership of seven hundred and thirty - one. This leaves ninety-five men who failed to answer, and only thirty-two of the announcements were returned for want of proper address. The preparation of the address lists is laborious and expensive, and as the entire value of such a record depends on its completeness, the Secretary hopes that every man who has not sent any report card will do so at once, and that all members of the class will aid him in finding these Sixty-three men.
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