December Meeting, 1936

    A STATED Meeting of the Society was held, at the invitation of Mr. Augustus P. Loring, Jr., at No. 2 Gloucester Street, Boston, on Thursday, December 17, at three o’clock in the afternoon, the President, Samuel Eliot Morison, in the chair.

    The records of the Annual Meeting were read and approved.

    The Corresponding Secretary announced the death of William Crowninshield Endicott, a Resident Member, on November 28, 1936.

    The Corresponding Secretary announced the receipt of a letter from Mr. Henry Joel Cadbury, accepting Associate Membership in the Society.

    Mr. Bentley Wirt Warren, of Boston, was elected a Resident Member; the Hon. Joseph Burr Tyrrell, of Toronto, was elected a Corresponding Member; and Mr. Howard Mumford Jones, of Cambridge, was elected an Associate Member of the Society.

    Mr. Fulmer Mood read a paper entitled “The Genesis of Frederick Jackson Turner’s Historical Ideas.”