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364 Officers of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. OFFICERS OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA. PRESIDENT. Hon. Charlemagne Toweb. vice-pbesidents. George Harbison Fisheb, Simon Gratz, Hon. Hampton L. Cabson, Thomas Willing Balch, John Fbedebick Lewis, Samuel Castneb, Jb. begording secretary. Edward Robins. cobbesponding secbetaby. John Bach McMasteb. treasurer. Francis Howard Williams. auditor. Richard M. Cadwalader. .
Officers of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 365 CURATOR. Gregory B. Keen. librarian. John W. Jordan. assistant librarian. Ernest Spofford. assistant librarian, in charge of manuscripts. J. C. Wylie. historiographer. J. Granville Leach. councillors. William Drayton, Francis Rawle, Hon. William Potter, Charles P. Keith, Edward S. Sayres, Harrold E. Gillingham, Isaac Sharpless, Howard W. Lewis, Alexander Van Rensselaer, Ogden D. Wilkinson. John Gribbel, The Council of the Society is composed of the President, Vice Presidents, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Auditor, and twelve Councillors. William Drayton is President, and Edward Robins is Secretary of the Council. trustees of the publication fund. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, Simon Gbatz, Hon. Hampton L. Carson. (John W. Jordan, Editor of Publications.) .
366 Officers of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. trustees of the binding fund. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, Simon Gratz, Edward S. Sayres. trustees of the library fund. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, John Bach McMasteb, Gregory B. Keen. trustees of the gilpin library. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, Simon Gratz, George Harrison Fisher, William Drayton. TRUSTEES OF THE ENDOWMENT FUND AND THE MISCELLANEOUS trusts fund. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, Hon. Hampton L. Carson, Richard M. Cadwalader. TRUSTEES OF THE FERDINAND J. DREER COL LECTION OF MANUSCRIPTS. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, Gregory B. Keen, Hon. Hampton L. Carson, Edwin Greble Dreeb, John W. Jobdan. TRUSTEES OF THE PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL STUDY 'ENCOURAGEMENT FUND. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, Gregory B. Keen, John Bach McMaster. TRUSTEES OF THE BUILDING FUND. John Frederick Lewis, John Gbibbel, Habbold E. Gillingham. .