By-Laws of the Lackawanna Institute of History and Science. Organized February, 1886. Re-organized February, 1914. Includes List of Members [names only]. The annual meetings shall be held at Scranton.
Names in this online transcription include Anneman, Archbald, Battenberg, Belin, Benscoter, Bevan, Bishop, Boies, Boland, Bower, Boyd, Bradbury, Briggs, Bulkley, Bunnell, Burr, Bush, Campbell, Carpenter, Carr, Catlin, Clark, Connell, Coston, Coursen, Cox, Cummings, Cusick, Davis, Dawson, Dershiemer, Deubler, Dimmick, Dudley, Dunning, Edgar, Eisele, Ellis, Evans, Fuller, Gates, Gavigan, Gilbert, Gravatt, Gray, Hall, Hand, Harrington, Harris, Hayden, Hedgepeth, Helmer, Hicks, Hill, Hitchcock, Hoban, Horton, Howarth, Howell, Hunt, Jeffrey, Jennings, Keller, Kemmerling, Kennedy, Kern, Koch, Kreitler, Langerfeld, Lansing, Lathrope, Leach, Linen, Lowry, Lynch, Lynett, MacHale, Marple, Martin, Mason, Matthews, Maxey, McAnulty, Merrifield, Mitchell, Murray, Neuffer, Nye, O'Connor, Parker, Peck, Philbin, Platt, Porter, Post, Powell, Price, Richmond, Roche, Roden, Sanderson, Seamans, Shafer, Stark, Stipp, Storrs, Sturge, Swartz, Taylor, Thomas, Twining, Vail, Van de Water, Vandling, Warren, Watres, Webb, Welels, Weston, Weyburn, Wilcox, Wren.
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