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M. D., Demonstrator of Histology and Embryology for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to reappoint as Proctors for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: Lewis Kennedy Morse, A. B.; Lindsay Todd Damon, A. B.; Frank Charles Schrader, A. M.; John Henry Boynton, A. M.; Hollis Webster, A. B.; John Goddard Hart, A. M.; John Edgar Eaton, A. M.; William Preston Few, A. M.; Frederick Wilson Truscott, A. M.; George Davis Chase, A. B.; Frederick Chase McLaughlin, A. B.; Herbert Vincent Neal, A. M.; James Edwin Lough, A. M.; William Joseph Miller, A. B.
Voted to appoint as Proctors for one year from September 1, 1895: Frederick Orville Grover, A. M.; Richard Clark Manning, Jr., A. M.; Robert Reineck Truitt, A. B.; Charles Milton Reade, A. B.; Frederick Clark Prescott, A. B.
Voted to appoint Henry Collier Wright, A. B., Proctor of Divinity Hall for one year from September 1, 1885.
Voted to reappoint the following Assistants for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: William Merritt Conant, M. D., in Clinical and Operative Surgery; Benjamin Tenney, M. D., in Anatomy; William Allen Brooks, M. D., in Anatomy; Charles Allen Porter, M. D., in Anatomy and in Operative Surgery; William Herbert Prescott, M. D., in Pathology; Edward Wyllys Taylor, M. D., in Pathology; James Homer Wright, M. D., in Pathology; John Hildreth McCollom, M. D., in Bacteriology; Arthur Kingsbury Stone, M. D., in Bacteriology; Eugene Abraham Darling, M. D., in Bacteriology; Frederick Spaulding De Lue, M. D., in Histology; John Lincoln Ames, M. D., in Histology; Charles Locke
Scudder, M. D., in Clinical and Operative Surgery; Paul Thorndike, M. D., in Clinical Surgery; John Cummings Munro, M. D., in Clinical Surgery; Robert Williamson Lovett, M. D., in Clinical Surgery; Vincent Yardley Bowditch, M. D., in Clinical Medicine; Henry Jackson, M. D., in Clinical Medicine; Augustus Smith Knight, M. D., in Clinical Medicine; George Gray Sears, M. D., in Clinical Medicine; Arthur Howard Wentworth, M. D., in Diseases of Children; George Arthur Craigin, M. D., in Diseases of Children; George Haven, M. D., in Obstetrics; Charles Wendell Townsend, M. D., in Obstetrics; John Baker Swift, M. D., in Gynaecology; James Oscar Jordan, Ph. G., in Materia Medica; Charles Pomeroy Worcester, M. D., in Chemistry; Jay Bergen Ogden, M. D., in Chemistry; William Sohier Bryant, M. D., in Otology; Myles Standish, M. D., in Ophthalmology.
Voted to appoint the following Assistants for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: Fred Bates Lund, M. D., in Anatomy; John Bapst Blake, M. D., in Anatomy; Samuel Jason Mixter, M. D., in Operative Surgery; George Howard Monks, M. D., in Operative Surgery; Edwin Wells Dwight, in Clinical Surgery; Edward Reynolds, M. D., in Gynaecology; Henry Fox Hewes, M. D., in Chemistry; Eugene Anthony Crockett, M. D., in Otology; Frederic Edward Cheney, M. D., in Ophthalmology.
Voted to reappoint Charles Livy Whittle Assistant in Mineralogy and Petrography for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to appoint the following Assistants for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: Fred Clarke Prescott, A. B., in English; Pierre la Rose, in English;
Marlin Buel Tinker, M. D., in Hygiene; Marshall H. Bailey, in Hygiene and in Medical Visiting; Macy Millmore Skinner, A. B., in Semitic Languages and History.
Meeting of June 18, 1895.
The Treasurer submitted a copy of the seventh clause of the will of Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, as follows: "I give to the President and Fellows of Harvard College ten thousand dollars, the income to be applied to the education of meritorious undergraduates of said College from the town of Concord, either immediately after entering, or later. If such fail to apply, then to accumulate until the principal shall reach the sum of twelve thousand dollars, which shall constitute two scholarships, and whenever no Concord boy shall apply for either, the income for the year may be given by the Corporation to another undergraduate,"
and reported that he had received from Samuel Hoar as executor the said sum of $10,000. It was thereupon Voted that the bequest be gratefully accepted on the terms named in the will.
Voted to establish the Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar Scholarship with an income at present of $400.
The following list of members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Harvard College who have been chosen by the Associates as an Academic Board of Radcliffe College for the academic year 1895-96, was submitted and approved: Professor Wm. E. Byerly, chairman; Prof. J. B. Greenough; Prof. E. L. Mark; Prof. S. M. Macvane; Prof. J. H. Wright; Prof. B. O. Peirce; Prof. F. W. Taussig; Prof. G. L. Kittredge; Assistant Professor, H. C. G. von Jagemann.
The President having read to the Board a letter from Professor Langdell, asking to be relieved from further service in the office of Dean, and from one third of his duties as Dane Professor, and resigning the office of Dean of the Law School, Voted that Professor Langdell's resignation of the Dean's office be accepted. Voted that Professor Langdell be henceforth relieved from one third of his duties as Dane Professor. Voted that in taking the above action at his request the President and Fellows desire to record their sense of the extraordinary educational and financial success which has attended Professor Langdell's labors as Dean and Professor, and to express the hope that the labors of his coming years may be as fruitful for the School and the legal profession as those of the past twenty-five years have been. Voted to proceed to the election of a Dean of the Law Faculty, to serve from September 1, 1895; whereupon ballots being given in, it appeared that James Barr Ames, A. M., LL. B., was elected.
Voted to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers, that they may consent thereunto if they see fit.
Voted to change the title of Maurice H. Richardson, M. D., from Assistant Professor of Anatomy, to Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery.
Voted to reappoint as Preachers to the University for one year from Sept. 1, 1895, John Heyl Vincent, LL. D., E. Winchester Donald, D. D., Samuel McChord Crothers, A. M., Philip Stafford Moxom, D. D. Voted to appoint as Preacher to the University for one year from Sept. 1, 1895, Simon J. McPherson, D. D.
Voted to appoint Franklin Dexter, M. D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy for five years from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to reappoint Irving Babbit, A. M., Instructor in French for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to appoint the following Instructors for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: Charles Henry Conrad Wright, A. B., in French; Elliot Folger Rogers, Ph. D., in Chemistry.
Voted to reappoint the following Instructors for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: George Howard Monks, M. D., in Surgical Pathology; George Lincoln Walton, M. D., in Neurology.
Voted to reappoint the following Clinical Lecturers in Operative Dentistry for one year from September 1, 1895: William Henry Potter, D. M. D., Dwight Moses Clapp, D. M. D.
Voted to reappoint the following Instructors in Operative Dentistry for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: Ezra Fletcher Taft, D. M. D.; Forest Greenwood Eddy, D. M. D.; Edwin Carter Blaisdell, D. M. D.; Henry Webster Gillett, D. M. D.; Waldo Elias Boardman, D.M.D.; Frederick Bradley, D. M. D; Henry Lauriston Upham, D. M. D.; Ellis Proctor Holmes, D. M. D.; Frederick Sylvanus Hopkins, D. M. D.; Charles Ernest Perkins, D. M. D.; Frank Turner Taylor,
Arthur Judson Oldham, D. M. D.; Harry Oliver Bixby, D. M. D.; Arthur Warren Eldred, D. M. D.; Fred Homer Woodcock, D. M. D.; Arthur Henry Stoddard, D. M. D.
Voted to appoint as Proctors for one year from Sept. 1, 1895, Albert Elmer Hancock, S. B., Albert Emerson Benson, A. B., Roland Jessup Mulford, A. B.
Voted to appoint the following Assistants for one year from Sept. 1, 1895: Albert Raddin Sweetser, A. M., in Botany; Arthur Durward, S. B., in Physics.
Voted to appoint J. Reverdy Stewart Assistant in Applied Zoology for one year from July 1, 1895.
Meeting of June 25, 1895.
The Treasurer reported that he had received from Messrs. Storey and Putnam, Trustees, the additional sum of $325, to be used in payment of certain salaries in the Medical School, and the same was gratefully accepted.
The Treasurer reported that he had received through the Massachusetts Congregational Charitable Society the sum of $500, in full payment of the bequest for the Botanical Department of the University from Anna Cabot Lowell, whose will was admitted to probate in Suffolk County on Dec. 31, 1810. Voted that this bequest, which by the provisions of the will has only recently become available, be gratefully accepted, and that the money be added to the Lowell Fund for a Botanic Garden.
The Treasurer submitted a letter from Professor W. L. Richardson, inclosing a letter from Mrs. George Linder, of which the following is a copy :
NEWTON, June 13th, 1895.
Dear Sir, I take pleasure in sending you the inclosed check for $5,000, with the request that it be used for the establishment of a Scholarship to be called the Alfred Hosmer Linder Scholarship. I desire that the income of the fund be awarded annually to a student in the Harvard Medical School, who is needy, and shall have proven himself to be of sound principles and marked ability. Yours with respect, Signed (Mrs. Geo.) MARY F. LINDER. To WM. L. RICHARDSON, M. D.,
Dean of the Harvard Medical School.
-and reported that he had received said check for $5,000. It was thereupon Voted that Mrs. Linder's gift be gratefully accepted on the terms named in her letter. Voted to establish the Alfred Hosmer Linder Scholarship in the Medical School with an income at present of $200.
Voted that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to the children of Thomas Hill, president of Harvard University from Oct. 6, 1862, to Sept. 30, 1868, for their gift of his portrait, painted by Edward Simmons. Voted to accept the fund offered by the Wendell Phillips Memorial Association for the establishment of the "Wendell Phillips Memorial Scholarship" on the conditions now named by the Association as follows : "This Scholarship is to be known as The Wendell Phillips Memorial Scholarship. It is always to be awarded to one about to become a Junior, who has completed his Freshman and Sophomore years in this College. The beneficiary must be one who has special oratorical powers, and so gives promise of becoming a real force as a public speaker; and he is to have the benefit of the scholarship for one or
both of the last two years of his college course, as his attainments and character shall warrant. If for any reason this scholarship should become vacant during the period for which it is awarded, we would prefer that it should go to some other person in the same class."
Voted to appoint Wallace Clement Sabine, A. M., Assistant Professor of Physics for five years from Sept. 1,
Voted to appoint Frederick Howard Wines Lecturer on Social Classes and Evils, for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to appoint Theodore Hallett, D. M. D., Instructor in Mechanical Dentistry for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to appoint William Allen Brooks, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
Voted to reappoint Edward Hale, D. B., Assistant in Homiletics for one year from Sept. 1, 1895.
The Treasurer reported the receipt of $247.22 additional from the estate of Mrs. Sophia Gage Burr, on account of her residuary bequest for maintaining the Burr Scholarships, being the interest accrued on the mortgage recently assigned.
Voted to establish Fellowships without stipend in the Graduate School, to be called the John Harvard Fellowships.
Reported by Class Secretaries.
1867. James Russell Carret to Hannah M. Todd, at Lynn, June 27, 1895.
1872. Edward Baldwin Russell to Louisa Parrott, at Ashmont, June 25, 1895.
1874. Edmund Hamilton Sears to Hellen Clark Swazey, at Springfield, June 19, 1895. 1875. Frederic Robbins Comee to Clara E. Gallupe, at Boston, Dec. 12, 1894. 1875. Edward Martin Kingsbury to Grace Mills Heymer, at New York, N. Y., April 15, 1895. 1878. Parke Woodbury Hewins to Jessie M. Warner, at Boston, June 13, 1895. 1880. Harry E. Burton to M. Grace Harvey, at Cambridge, June 20, 1895.
1880. George Thorndike Chase to Lauretta Adelaide Hanford, at New York, N. Y., June 12, 1895.
1880. Austin Kent Muzzey to Margaret Westcott, at Syracuse, N. Y., July 5, 1895.
1881. Charles Henry Leonard Delano to Sarah Spooner Bullard, at New Bedford, June 18, 1895. 1881. Charles Hutchins Taft to Emily Hinckley, at Brooklyn, N. Y., May 27, 1895.
1881. Edmund Allen Whitman to
Florence Josephine Lee, at Canton, N. Y., June 27, 1895. 1883. Charles Walter Gerould to Florence Russell, at Concord, June 28, 1893. 1883. George Ebenezer Howe to Nellie Maria Wright, at Worcester, June 23, 1892. 1883. Reuben Burnham Moffat to
Ellen Low Pierrepont, at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 5, 1895. 1884. John Prentiss to Edith Seabury Allen, at Boston, June 11, 1895.
1885. Roland William Boyden to Kate Foster Whitney, at Beverly, July 23, 1895. 1885. Rollin North Larrabee to
Bertha Curtis, at New York, N.
1886. William Woodward Baldwin to
1888. Wilder Durgat Bancroft to Katharine Bott, at Middlebury, Vt., June 19, 1895. 1888. Philip Dexter to Edith Wood, at Boston, April 16, 1895. 1888. Robert Higginson Fuller to Bessie Clagett, at Boston, June 13, 1895.
1889. Morton Denison Hull to Katherine Louise Bingham, at Somerville, June 5, 1895. Guy Harold Holliday to Edith Hovey, at Roxbury, June 12, 1895.
1889. Frederic Breed Lord to Maude Denison Tebbetts, at Sacramento, Cal., June 5, 1895. [1889.] Henry Dike Sleeper to Mary Peet, Aug. 28, 1894. 1889. George Elliot Wright to Estelle Wyckoff, at Delhi, Ill., July 16,
1890. Reynolds Driver Brown to Frances Brodhead Harris, at Germantown, Pa., June 4, 1895. 1890. George Bridges Henshaw to Grace Ellen Raymond, at Cambridge, June 27, 1895. 1890. Frank Lincoln Olmsted to Mabelle Weeks, at Boston Highlands, Nov. 27, 1893. 1891. Frederick Wires Brown to Maud Hoxie, at Boston, June 18, 1895.