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National Amateur Press Association
The First 100 Years: The moving finger...1881-1890
1881 Buffalo, N. Y., July 18
President — Frank N. Reeve
Official Editor — Finlay A. Grant (4)

1882 Detroit, Mich., July 11
President — Finlay A. Grant
Official Editor — Charles G. Steele (4)

1883 New York, N. Y., July 11, 12
President — Willard 0. Wylie
                    Henry E. Legler
Official Editor — Thomas G. Harrison (4)
(Mr. Legler's name was placed on the presidential roll by action of 1884 convention.)

1884 Milwaukee, Wis., July 9, 10
President — Edward E. Stowell
                    Frederick F. Heath
Official Editor — Joseph Dana Miller (3)
(Mr. Stowell resigned. Mr. Heath appointed president by the judiciary Committee.)

1885 Boston, Mass., July 15, 16, 17
President — Dennis A. Sullivan
Official Editor — Brainerd P. Emery (4)

1886 San Francisco, Calif., July 28, 29
President — James H. Ives Munro
Official Editor — Ernest A. Edkins (1)
                            W. B. Baldwin (2)
(Mr. Edkins resigned. Mr. Baldwin appointed official editor by the judiciary Committee.)

1887 Philadelphia, Pa., July 12, 13
President — Samuel S. Stinson
                    William S. Moore
Official Editor — Frank D. Woolen (6)
(Mr. Moore was declared president de jure by action of the 1888 convention.)

1888 Chicago, Ill., July 5, 6, 7
President —Albert E. Barker
Official Editor — Truman J. Spencer (4)

1889 Buffalo, N. Y., July 4, 5
President — Louis Kempner
Official Editor — Howard M. Carter (4)

1890 Indianapolis, Ind., July 24, 25, 26
President — William S. Dunlop
Official Editor — Harriet C. Cox (3)

    Last updated: 01/23/2000