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THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
To the Board of Directors of the National Educational Association:
The Board of Trustees presents the following report of the Permanent Fund of the National Educational Association, and its income, for the year ending June 30, 1899:
Permanent Fund, July 1, 1898:
Mortgages on real estate.......
Cash received from I. C. McNeill, Treasurer, transferred to Permanent Fund from
proceeds of the Washington meeting and from income of Permanent Fund....
SCHEDULE OF SECURITIES AND BONDS BELONGING TO THE PERMANENT FUND OF
THE NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION, JULY 1, 1899
Cloud City of Concordia 35 to 40 $3,000 Douglass Eudora City 8 to 20
1,300 Grant County
2,000 Hodgeman County,
1,000 Kingman Aid bonds
I to 7 Lanet
11 to 13
3,000 Marion City of Marion
1,000 McPherson , Sharp's Creek Tp.
6 6 6 6 522
Jan'y and July July 1, 1918 March One due each
year March 1 Jan'y and July
Feb. 1920 Jan'y and July July 1, 1919 Jan'y 31 and July Aug; 31, 1919 Jan'y and July July, 1918 Mar. and Sept.
March 1, 1900 Jan'y and July Sept. 1, 1916 April and Oct.
Oct. 1, 1916 Feb. and Aug. April, 1908
June 1, 1891 Sept. 1, 1892 Dec. 3, 1894 Oct. 7, 1890 Oct. 7, 1890 Dec. 12, 1895 Dec. 12, 1895 Sept. 1, 1892
March 5, 1890
1,000 Montgomery Caney Tp. 1,2 1.000 Reno*
City of South
1,2 1,000 With Bentley & Seward* Hatfield, Wichita,
* Interest or principal in default.
The foregoing securities were examined at the Merchants' Safety Deposit Vaults, Chicago, September 11, 1899, and I certify that the thirteenth annual report of the Board of Trustees is a correct statement of the investments belonging to the Permanent Fund of the National Educational Association in the custody of A. G. Lane, chairman of the Board of Trustees.
(Signed) L. D. HARVEY.
JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS
THIRTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
LOS ANGELES, CAL., JULY 11-14, 1899
FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS,
OPENING SESSION.- TUESDAY, JULY 11, 3. P. M.
The association met in Hazard's Pavilion, and was called to order by Hon. F. Q. Story, chairman of the Local Executive Committee, Los Angeles.
Invocation by Rev. Charles Clark Pierce, of Memorial Baptist Church.
Music — “N. E. A. March,”. Mackenzie (composed by a Los Angeles high-school student) — rendered by the Woman's Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Harley Hamilton.
Addresses of welcome were made by Hon. Henry T. Gage, governor of California, on behalf of the state; Hon. Thomas J. Kirk, state superintendent of public instruction, on behalf of the educational interests of the state ; Professor Elmer E. Brown, University of California, state director, on behalf of the state management; Hon. Fred Eaton, mayor of Los Angeles, on behalf of the municipality; and J. A. Foshay, superintendent of schools, Los Angeles, on behalf of the educational interests of the city.
The conduct of the meeting was then transferred to Dr. E. Oram Lyte, President of the National Educational Association.
Responses to the addresses of welcome were made by N. C. Dougherty, superintendent of schools, Peoria, I.; Emerson E. White, Columbus, O.; and J. H. Phillips, superintendent of schools, Birmingham, Ala.
John Swett, of California, was then introduced, and spoke as a representative of national educational interests, both past and present.
Music - Overture, “Don Juan," Mozart - by the Woman's Orchestra.
Nicholas Murray Butler, New York, chairman.
John S. Locke, Maine.
William E. Wilson, Washington.
W. H. Bartholomew, Kentucky.
SECOND SESSION. – TUESDAY, JULY II, 8 P. M.
Dr. W. T. Harris, United States Commissioner of Education, delivered an address on “An Educational Policy for Our New Possessions."
Music by the Aoedean Club.
Henry S. Townsend, inspector general of schools, Hawaii, addressed the association on the subject, “ The Educational Problem in Hawaii.”
The meeting then adjourned.
SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
THIRD SESSION.- WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 9:30 A. M. The association met in Hazard's Pavilion, President Lyte in the chair.
Prayer was offered by Rev. Romaine S. Cantine, D.D., pastor of the First Methodist Church.
Music –“ Spring Song,” Henschel — by Miss Eisenmayer, of Los Angeles.
L. D. Harvey, state superintendent of public instruction, Wisconsin, delivered an address on “Fundamentals in Teaching.”
Mrs. Helen Grenfell, state superintendent of public instruction, Colorado, read an address on the subject, “ Quo Vadimus ?”
Superintendent J. H. Hinemon, of Arkansas, was introduced as the authorized representative of the Southern Educational Association. He invited the members of the National Educational Association to unite with the teachers of the South in their next convention at Memphis, Tenn.
Superintendent Frank Rigler, Portland, Ore., addressed the association on “The Average Scholarship of the Average Pupil.”
Miss Canady, of Los Angeles, rendered a violin solo.
Will S. Monroe, State Normal School, Westfield, Mass., spoke on “Fatigue among School Children."
The Committee on Nominations, appointed by President Lyte in accordance with sec. 1 of the By-Laws, was announced by the Secretary, as follows:
COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS
AARON Gove, chairman.
North Atlantic Division Maine .. John S. Locke Rhode Island..
Horace S. Tarbell New Hampshire.. Channing Folsom Connecticut.
.E. N. Kendall Vermont W. O, Wheeler New York.
A. S. Downing Massachusetts.. Charles H. Keyes New Jersey..
.J. H. Hulsart
.J. R. Trotter
G. A. Grimslee Maryland. W. H. Shelley South Carolina.
F. Q. O'Neal District of Columbia, W. B. Powell Florida....
William N. Sheats Virginia .....
E. C, Glass
Kentucky Tennessee Georgia.. Alabama Mississippi..
Warren Easton G. T. Winston .S. N. Hopkins George B. Cook L. W. Williams
South Central Division
M. M. Ross Texas..
.W. F. Slaton Oklahoma
R. B. Fulton Indian Territory
North Central Division
D, W. Springer South Dakota
H. E. Kratz Kansas
F. V. Hubbard ...F. B. Tharpe
.J. G. Halland
J. W. Dinsmore