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On Motion of Mr Deilman seconded by Mr Miller it was resolved that the Constitution be amended by substituting the word Friday for Monday in Sec. I Art. IV.

On motion of Mr. Chase the meeting was adjourned.

F. Dielman


Secty. Pro tem

February 11th 1881

The regular monthly meeting was held at this date in Mr Farrers studio.

The meeting was called to order by The President at 9.15 with nine members present, one other coming in later.

The minutes of the meeting held Jan 10th were read and approved.

Mrs Nimmo Moran, proposed at the last meeting, was unanimously elected.

The names of Peter Moran&Stephen Parrish of Phila. were proposed as candidates for membership.

The adviseability of holding the next exhibition in conjunction with the exhibition of The Water Color Society was then discussed at some length and the Secty. read the draft of a resolution applying to the Water Color Society for space in their next exhibition, which after some discussion was unanimously adopted, and upon motion of Mr Nicoll seconded by Mr Wood, the President and Secretary were directed to bring the matter before The Water Color Society at its next meeting. The officers of the American Water Color Society for their fiscal year 1880/1881 were Thos. W. Wood, President; Henry Farrer, Secretary; and George H. Smillie, Treasurer. The society’s Board of Control included J. C. Nicoll, R. Swain Gifford, F. S. Church, and J. G. Brown. Collectively, these executives were hardly distinguishable from those of the New York Etching Club.

The Secretary read a letter from Mr Laurence Johnson resigning his membership, which was accepted. No other business being presented the meeting adjourned at 10.10. P.M.

H. Farrer Secty

Approved May 13th 1881

Mary Nimmo Moran. (Private collection.)

March 11th 1881

The regular monthly meeting was called at this date, in Mr Dielmans studio 146 W. 40th, present Mr. J. D. Smillie, H. Farrer, C. H. Miller&L. M. Yale and later in the evening Mr Dielman. Dr. Yale presented proofs of four etchings.

No Quorum.

H. Farrer Secty

Mary Nimmo Moran, City Farm , 1881. (Williams Print Collection.)

April 8th 1881

The regular monthly meeting was called at this date in Mr Farrers studio 51 W. 10th St. Present Mr J.C. Nicoll, F. S. Church, R. S. Gifford Wm Sartain, Thos. Moran W. M. Chase&H. Farrer, there being no quorum,_ after some informal discussion of club matters the members dispersed.

H. Farrer Secty

Annual meeting may 13th 1881

The fourth Annual meeting was held at this date in Mr Farrer’s studio 51 W. 10th St.

The meeting was called to order by the President at 8.40.P.M. with Messrs Thos. Moran, F. S. Church, J. C. Nicoll, T. W. Wood Jos. Sabin, Van Elten, Farrer, R. S. Gifford and Falconer present Fred. Dielman and W. Sartain coming in later.

The minutes of the meeting held Feb. 11th were read and approved.

The meeting then proceeded to elect officers for the ensuing year, Thos. Moran and J. Sabin being appointed tellers by the President

they declared the result of the vote for President to be as follows

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