Officers and Administration
THE CLEVELAND CONFERENCE appointed no officers for the American Geological Society. After adopting the Provisional Constitution the critical business of completing the organization was delegated to a committee, the same committee which had prepared the accepted constitution. The membership of that committee with responsibility to act was:
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Written in 1931 by Herman LeRoy Fairchild, and with an introduction by Joseph Stanley-Brown, this definitive history of the Geological Society of America covers the first forty-three years of the Society. It contains sections devoted to an overview of early geological research, the Society's background, key players in the Society's creation and history, and information on the Society's membership, publications, meetings, constitution, and more.