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Image from page 41 of “Morton memorial; a brief history for the Stevens institute of technology, with biographies of the trustees, faculty, and alumni, and a record of the accomplishments of the Stevens group of designers” (1905)
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Title: Morton memorial; a history of the Stevens institute of technology, with biographies regarding the trustees, faculty, and alumni, and an archive of this achievements of Stevens group of engineers
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Writers: Furman, Franklin De Ronde, 1870- ed
Topics: Stevens family members Morton, Henry, 1836-1902 Stevens Institute of Technology
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J., Stevens institute of technology
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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A. Stevens, of Hoboken. In December of 1891 the Trustees granted on Alumni Association twoadditional representatives on the Board, making three in most. The two Alumni Trustees after that chosen had been Mr. William Hewitt, M.E., 74,for couple of years, and Mr. Alfred R. Wolff, M.E., 76, for 36 months, provisionhaving already been made that within the futui-e there should be three Alumni Trusteesto offer 3 years each, one being elected annually. In 1893 Mr. Kent had been suc-ceeded by Mr. Edward Wall, M.E., 76, wdio died these year; Mr. Du-rand Woodman, Ph.D., 80, being elected to fill the vacancy. At exact same timeMr. Frank E. Idell, M.E., yy, ended up being elected for a complete term; and since after that Mr.George M. Bond, M.E., 80; Mr. Harry de B. Parsons, M.E., 84; Mr. LewisH. Nash, M.E., yy; Mr. John W. Lieb, Jr., M.E., 80; Mr. George J. Roberts,M.E., 84; Mr. W. L. Lyall, M.E., 84; Mr. Alten S. Miller, M.E., 88; Mr. Car-ter H. webpage, Jr., M.E., 87, and Mr. Edward A. Uehling, M.E., jj,— have beenelected.

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GROWTH OF THE INSTITUTE 13 In 1899 the Board of Trustees lost by death Mrs. Martha B. Stevens,and in 1900 Chancellor Alexander T. McGill. Mr. Richard Stevens, a son for the president, ended up being elected a member of theBoard of Trustees in 1896, and Mr. Henry R. Towne, senior member of the Yale& Towne Manufacturing- Co., in 1900. In latter 12 months Mr. Alfred R. Wolff,M.E., for the course of 76, ended up being chosen a permanent trustee. Col. G. B. M. Har-vey could be the newest member of the Board of Trustees, having already been elected in Feb-ruary, 1903. In June, 1903, Mr. MacDonald resigned. The officials associated with the Board of Trustees presently are: Mr. SamuelBayard Dod, President; Mr. Andrew Carnegie, Vice-President; Col. E. A.Stevens, Treasurer; President Alexander C. Humphreys, M.E., Sc.D., LL.D.,Secretary. FINANCE The founding of this Institute ended up being, because happens to be claimed, the result of the be-quest, by Mr. Edwin A. Stevens, of a block of land, a building investment of 0,000,and an endowment investment of 0,000. Th

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