Clipping:Electing the AA chairman
|Add a Clipping|
|Date||Wednesday, December 22, 1886|
[reporting on the AA annual meeting 12/16/1886] The election of a chairman to succeed Mr. Byrne, of the Brooklyns, was the first think in order. Mr. Byrne called the attention of the meeting to the fact that his term of office had expired, and that before retiring he wished to thank the members for their earnest support throughout the year. He nominated Mr. Phelps, of the Louisvilles, as his successor. This motion was seconded, and Mr. Phelps was elected by a unanimous vote.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|