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It may not be generally known among the members that there is a non-resident membership in the Club, and the Membership Committee takes this opportunity to remind members that there still remain some vacancies on this list.
Below is a list of the clubs with which the Boston City Club has reciprocal relations. Members of the Boston City Club may have all the privileges of these clubs by presentation of their membership cards in the Boston City Club, such privileges being extended on a cash basis.
Albany Club, Albany, N. Y.
Arkwright Club, 320 Broadway, New York City.
Business Men's Club, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Business Men's Club, Memphis, Tenn.
Business Men's Club, Richmond, Va.
City Club, Chicago, Ill.
City Club, St. John's, Newfoundland.
Commercial Club, Dubuque, Ia.
Commercial Club, Nashville, Tenn.
Commercial Club, Omaha, Neb.
Commercial Club, Washington, D. C.
Ellicott Club, Buffalo, N. Y.
Minneapolis Athletic Club.
Moline Commercial Club, Moline, Ill.
Underwriters' Club, 18 Liberty Street, New York.
The following members have died since the May issue of the BULLETIN:
Mr. Alexander Steinert has presented the Club with a Victrola, which has been placed under the arch leading from the second floor corridor into the lounge.
On the evening of Thursday, June 15, an interesting group sat down to dinner together in the clubhouse. The party consisted of Ex-President Taft, Governor McCall, Samuel J. Elder, and Col. Henry L. Kincaide.
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES
JAMES J. STORROW, President
GEORGE S. SMITH, First Vice-President
ADDISON L. WINSHIP, Civic Secretary
Board of Governors
James P. Munroe
*George B. Glidden
John B. Dore
James E. Downey
Frank V. Thompson
Art and Library Committee
*James W. Rollins
Nominating Committee *March G. Bennett Robert J. Bottomly Carroll W. Doten James A. McKibben John R. Simpson Frederick Homer Max E. Wyzanski