“President’s Message“


“President’s Message“
   1) Published in the United Amateur(September 1917, November 1917, January 1918, March 1918, May 1918, July 1918). Routine reports of amateur activity written by HPL during his presidency of the UAPA.
   2) Published in the National Amateur(November [1922]– January 1923, March 1923, May 1923, July 1923, September 1923 [as “The President’s Annual Report”]).
   Reports on amateur activity issued by HPL upon his taking over the presidency of the NAPA after the resignation of William J.Dowdell.

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