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There being no quorum it was decided to adjourn the meeting until April 21st at same time and place. These minutes are unsigned, but the handwriting matches other entries signed by Chas Mielatz.

April 21 1893.

The Annual meeting took place at 135 East 15th St.

There were present Messrs Henry Farrer Thos W Wood, R. F. Bloodgood A H Baldwin Joseph Lauber Carlton T Chapman

Alexander Schilling and Chas F. W. Mielatz

No quorum being present the annual report of Secy.&Treas was read and approved subject to further action by the Club.

A letter of resignation sent by Mr. Wm H Lippincott was read; it was laid on the Table for further consideration

The election of officers was postponed until the fall meeting

Mr Robertson K Mygatt of 1425 Bway and Mr Robert Koehler of The Vandyke Studio Eighth Av. And 58th St were unanimously

elected by the Club.

The Secretary was directed to send bills to members in arrears with their dues

It was moved and seconded that the President appoint a Committee to see the different members, and urge them to work for the next exhibition.

Messrs Alexander Schilling Carlton T Chapman and R F Bloodgood were appointed

There being no further business it was moved to adjourn. These minutes are unsigned, but the handwriting matches other entries signed by Chas Mielatz.

Approved

Peter Moran’s The Country Smithy frontispiece etching in A Review of Etching in the United States, 1893 , by Henry Russell Wray. (Private collection.)

Dec 8.1893

The Regular meeting of the New York Etching Club took place at 135 East 15th St. on this date –.

There were present Messrs Henry Farrer, Thos W. Wood, J. C. Nicoll, James D Smillie, R. F. Bloodgood, A.H.Baldwin, Alexander

Schilling, Carlton T Chapman, Joseph Lauber, and Chas FW Mielatz.

At the request of Mr Smillie the annual report for the year Ending April 21st 1893 was read and approved.

XXX On the motion of Mr Lauber which was duly seconded, it was decided to dispense with the present form of Catalogue, at any sake for the current exhibition.

From Reports brought in by different members it appeared that the holding of a credible exhibition 1894 would prove a difficult matter, and with a view to getting definite information on the subject it was moved and seconded that The President appoint a Committee to make inquiry as to the desirability of holding an exhibition. – The Committee to report at an adjourned meeting to be held at 135 East 15th St. on Thursday Dec 14th at 4 P.M.

Messrs Carlton T Chapman and Chas FW Mielatz – were appointed. A club exhibition did take place in 1894 and a short un-illustrated catalogue, now in the collection of The New York Public Library, was produced to document it. Robert F. Bloodgood, Carlton T. Chapman, Frederick S. Church, J.M. Falconer, Henry Farrer, Charles F.W. Mielatz, Robertson K. Mygatt, Alexander Schilling, James D. Smillie, Kruseman van Elten, T.W. Wood, and Leroy M. Yale all exhibited work as Resident Members in the show. Edith Loring Getchell and Joseph Pennell were the only Non-Resident exhibiting members. The show was otherwise relatively small, but included many well-known Europeans. A positive review of the exhibition appeared in the Quarterly Illustrator (1894), as did James D. Smillie’s article, “Etching and Painter Etching,” optimistically predicting a bright future for etching in America.

The Secretary was instructed to send letters to those in arrears with their annual dues impressing upon them the necessity of sending in their different accounts at once

The resignations of Messrs Wm H Lippincott and Otto Bacher were read and accepted.

It was moved to adjourn to meet at same place on Thursday Dec. 14th at 4 P.M.

Approved

XXX

The Report of The Treasure found the Club in arrears in making payments for/on The Catalogue for 1893. Therefrom -

Approved Dec 14/93

Chas FW Mielatz Secy.

Photographic image of Thomas Waterman Wood from The Quarterly Illustrator for 1894 . (Private collection.)

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