Clipping:Prospect for new UA members
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|Date||Friday, December 19, 1884|
[reporting on the UA meeting 12/18] The Board of Directors recommended that in view of the fact that applications had been received from four clubs, who represent that they could not at the present time be present to participate in the meeting of the association, but, if a meeting could be arranged for some time in January, they would be present to take part in the same; and as the association now consists of an active membership of five clubs; and as only three more cities can be elected to membership—when the association adjourns it does so to meet again January 15, 1885, at the Plankinton House, Milwaukee, to permit the said cities to be represented in person to present their claims for membership in the association; and also that a committee be appointed to investigate the financial standing of the clubs under consideration.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|