National Geographic : 1890 Apr
National GeographicMagazine. President-GARDINER G. HUBBARD. Vice-Presidents-HERBERT G. OGDEN, [land]; EVERETT HAYDEN, [sea]; A. W. GREELY, [air]; C. HART MERRIAM, [life]; A. H. THOMP SON, [art.] Treasurer-CHARLES J. BELL. Recording Secretary-HENRY GANNETT. CorrespondingSecretary-O . H. TITTMANN. Managers-CLEVELAND ABBE, MARCUS BAKER, ROGERS BIRNIE, JR., G. BROWN GOODE, W. D. JOHNSON, C. A. KENASTON, W. B. POWELL and JAMES C. WELLING. Jan. 10, 1890. Thirty-second Meeting. The annual reports of Vice-Presidents Ogden and Greely were presented. Published in the National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 1. Jan. 24, 1890. Thirty-thirdMeeting. A paper was read entitled, "The Rivers of Northern New Jersey," with notes on the "General Classification of Rivers," by Professor William M. Davis. The subject was discussed by Messrs. Davis, Gilbert and McGee. Feb. 7, 1890. Thirty-fourth Meeting. The annual report of Vice-President Merriam was presented. A paper on "Bering's First Expedition," was read by Dr. W. H. Dall. Feb. 21st, 1890. Thirty-fifth Meeting. Held in the Lecture Hall of Columbian University. The annual address of the President, Mr. Gardiner G. Hubbard, was deliv ered, the subject being "Asia, Its Past and Future." Published in "Science," Vol. XV, No. 371. Feb. 28th, 1890. Special Meeting. Held in the Lecture Hall of Columbian University. A paper was read by Lieut. Com'dr Chas. H. Stockton, U. S. N., entitled " The Arctic Cruise of the Thetis During the Summer and Autumn of 1889," which was illustrated by lantern slides. March 7th, 1890. Thirty-sixth Meeting. A paper was read by Mr. Romyn Hitchcock, entitled "A Glimpse of Chinese Life in Canton."