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OFFICERS FOR 1897.
PRESIDENT-A. S. von MANSFELDE.
H. B. DUNCANSON
C. J. ELMORE..
C. E. BESSEY..
H. B. WARD... EDITORIAL COMMITTEE- E. H. BARBOUR.
C. E. BESSEY.
(Names of Charter Members are Starred.)
Edward John Angle, B. S., M. D., Lincoln-Zoology.
University of Nebraska, Acting State Geologist, and Curator State Museum
Geology. Harris Millar Benedict, B. S., A. M., Instructor in Natural Science in the High
School, Lincoln-Zoology. * Charles Edwin Bessey, B. S., Ph. D., Lincoln; Professor of Botany in the Uni
versity of Nebraska and Acting State Botanist-Botany. Ernst Athearn Bessey, Lincoln-Botany. *Rosa Bouton, B.S., A. M., Lincoln; Instructor in Chemistry in the University of
Nebraska-Chemistry. Robert J. Boyd H. Brownell, B. S., Peru; Professor of Chemistry and Physics in the Nebraska
State Normal School Chemistry.
* Lawrence Bruner, B. S., Lincoln; Professor of Entomology in the University of
Nebraska-Zoology. Lyman Ray Brush, Ashland. Fred Wallace Card, M. S., Lincoln; Associate Professor of Horticulture in the Uni
versity of Nebraska-Horticulture. William Arthur Clark, A. M., Ped. D., Professor of Pedagogy and Psychology in
the Nebraska State Normal, Peru-Psychology. William Cleburne, Drawer 20, Omaha-Botany, Geology. George Evert Condra, B. S., Lincoln; Instructor in Science in the High School
Geology, Zoology James William Crabtree, Inspector of Accredited High Schools at the University
of Nebraska, Lincoln. H. D. Crawford, York; Field Manager of York College-Mineralogy. *J. Stuart Dales, M. Ph., Lincoln; Secretary-Treasurer of the University of Ne
braska-Biology. Ellery Williams Davis, B. S., Ph. D., Lincoln; Professor of Mathematics in the
University of Nebraska—Mathematics. John Wirt Dinsmore, Lincoln-Child Study. Thomas Eaton Doubt, B. S., A. M., Instructor in Physics in the University of Wash
ington, Seattle--- Physics, Mathematics. Henry B. Duncanson, B.S., Peru; Professor of Geology and Natural History in
the Nebraska State Normal School-Botany. Clarence Jerome Elmore, A. M., Crete; Instructor in Science in the High School
Botany. Rollins Adams Emerson, B.S., Lincoln; Horticulturist in the office of Experiment
Stations, Washington, D. C.-Horticulture. Milton H. Everett, M. D., 630 So. Seventeenth St., Lincoln-Geology. Cassius Asa Fisher, Assistant in Geology in the University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Geology. Charles Fordyce, A. B., A. M., University Place; Professor of Biology in Wesleyan
University-Biology. Harold Gifford, M. D., 1404 Farnham St., Omaha-Bacteriology. H. Hapeman, M. D., Minden ; Assistant Surgeon of the Union Pacific Railroad
Botany. John Milton Hardy, M. D., Cairo— Microscopy. * Ellis T. Hartley, 441 No. Tenth St., Lincoln-Microscopy. William W. Hastings, A. M., Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Hygiene and Director
of the Gymnasium at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln-Anthropology. Herbert E. Hershey, Nebraska City-Zoology. A. Ross Hill, A. B., Ph. D., Associate Professor of Philosophy in the University
of Nebraska, Lincoln-Philosophy. Walter David Hunter, B. S., A. M., Lincoln; Assistant in Entomology in the Uni
versity of Nebraska-Entomology. Edward Marston Hussong, B. S., Franklin; Superintendent of Schools—Economic
George Andrew Loveland, B.S., Lincoln; Observer and Section Director of the
United States Weather Bureau-Meteorology. George W. A. Luckey, A. B., Professor of Pedagogy in the University of New
braska, Lincoln-Child Study. George Edwin MacLean, A. B., Ph. D., LL. D., Chancellor of the University of
Nebraska, Lincoln. * Alexander S. von Mansfelde, M. D., Ashland-Pathology and Histology. J. Ellis Maxwell, York; Professor of Natural Science in York College-Biology. Robert Edward Moritz, Ph. M., Hastings; Professor of Mathematics in Hastings
College-Mathematics. A. W. Norton, A. M., Warrensburg, Mo.-Psychology. Bayard H. Payne, B. S., Grand Island; Instructor in Science in the High School
-Zoology. Arthur Sperry Pearse, De Witt-Mammalogy, Herpetology, and Ornithology. Albert T. Peters, D. V. M., Investigator of Animal Diseases at the U. S. Experi
ment Station, Lincoln-Bacteriology. * Roscoe Pound, A. B., Ph. D., 126 Burr Block, Lincoln; Director of the Botanical
Survey of Nebraska-Botany. Joseph Horace Powers, A. B., Ph. D., Professor of Natural Science in Doane Col.
lege, Crete—Psychology. Albert A. Reed, A. B., Superintendent of Schools, Crete-Botany. Charles F. Rogers, Beatrice; Instructor in Science in the High School -Chemistry. Jesse Perry Rowe, B. S., Lincoln-Geology. B. L. Seawell, A. B., Hastings; Professor of Natural Science in Hastings College
Zoology. * Wells Hawks Skinner, A. B., Nebraska City ; Superintendent of Schools-Botany. T. F. Stauffer, Box 806, Lincoln; Clergyman—Psychology. * Andrew B. Stephens, Holdrege; Superintendent of Schools-Botany. A. P. S. Stuart, 330 No. Eleventh St., Lincoln-Chemistry. Oscar Van Pelt Stout, B. C. E., Lincoln; Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
in the University of Nebraska-Civil Engineering. * Goodwin Deloss Swezey, A. B., A. M., Lincoln; Professor of Meterology and in
charge of Astronomy in the University of Nebraska-Meteorology and As
tronomy. Isador S. Trostler, 4246 Farnham St., Omaha-Ornithology. Elza Edward Tyler, Lincoln-Geology and Botany. Henry Baldwin Ward, A. M., Ph. D., Lincoln; Professor of Zoology in the Uni
versity of Nebraska, and Acting State Zoologist-Zoology. Robert Henry Wolcott, B. S., M. D., Instructor in 'Zoology in the University of