Section E of the American Association for the Advancement of Science held a joint session with the Geological Society of America at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, on December 26, 1928, Frank Leverett, Vice-President of the American Association for Section E, presided. The retiring chairman was Charles Schuchert. His address, entitled “Geological history of the Antillean region,” was read, in his absence, by C. O. Dunbar, at a joint session of the two bodies, December 28, Bailey Willis presiding.
“Geology Day,” so designated by President Osborn, of the American Association, was observed December 27 by the presentation of a symposium, “The centenary of the glacial theory,” before a joint session, with Henry Fairfield Osborn as chairman. Six geologists participated.
In the evening of the same day Charles P. Berkey gave a popular address before a general . . .