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MARKING HISTORIC SITES IN PENNSYLVANIA.23 Before the close of the meeting several members expressed their great appreciation of the services of Lucy B. Roberts to the Association. Following the report of the Nominating Committee the Directors of the Association for the ensuing year were elected. President W. W. Comfort, of Haverford College, then read his paper entitled "Some Stage Quakers," which is printed above in this Bulletin. It was interesting and, passim, diverting. Withal it was a real contribution to Quaker history. DIRECTORS' MEETING. At the rise of the Annual Meeting the new Directors of the Association met and, in accordance with the Constitution, elected officers "alike of the Association and of the Directors" to serve for one year. (See p. ii above.) Proposed Change in the Constitution. At a stated meeting of the Directors of Friends' Historical Association held First Month 15, 1925, it was determined to recommend to the members that Article III of the Constitution be amended by the addition of the words: "or by the written assent of the President, Secretary, and Chairman of the Membership Committee." This would enable the Association to elect candidates for membership more promptly,—as the Directors hold only three stated meetings each year and it is desirable to act on nominations without too much delay. This is the formal notice required by the Constitution for a proposed change, and the question will be voted on at the next meeting of the Association. Joseph H. Haines, Secretary. MARKING HISTORIC SITES IN PENNSYLVANIA. A remarkable program of marking historic sites in Pennsylvania has been carried out recently under the energetic direction of Albert Cook Myers, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Historical Commission. Between Sixth Month 21 and Eleventh Month 29, 1924, ten markers were erected. Each one is worthy of an extended notice here but space prohibits more than a list of them compiled from the printed announcements. It is to be hoped that the historic addresses given by Albert Cook Myers at the ceremonies of unveiling may sometime be made available in print. Perhaps the following brief list may be useful for reference to those who delight in pilgrimages to historic places. ...


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