The Joseph A. Caulder Collection
Past Rotary International Director 1928-29   -  Regina, Sask., Canada

"Eyewitness to Rotary International's First 50 Years"

 


JOSEPH A. CAULDER - An eyewitness to Rotary International's first 50 years.

Album 1 - Page 126 R. I. Development of its Board of Directors

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Development of its Board of Directors

1910-11

10 Directors (including the ex-officio President elected by the Convention)  3 elected by the General Committee for 1 year, 3 for 2 years, 3 for 3 years. (The General Committee was composed of one representative from each Club.)

 

1911-12

1912-13

10 Directors (including the ex-officio President) but the terms of office were gradually readjusted so that thereafter:

 

1913-14

10 Directors (including the ex-officio President) with 9 Directors all to serve for 1 year elected by the General Committee.

 

1914-15

The same situation.

 

1915-16

5 Directors composed of the President, First, Second and Third Vice-Presidents elected by the Convention and the Immediate Past President all to serve for 1 year. (The General Committee was eliminated.)

 

1916-17

to

1921-22

Inclusive

The same situation.

 

 

1922-23

9 Directors (including the President) elected by the Convention to serve for 1 year, 5 from the U.S.A., l from Canada, 1 from G. B. & I. The 9th Director was elected by the Board from some other geographic region. The Board elected from its membership the first, second and third Vice-Presidents.

 

1923-24

The same situation.

 

1924-25

10 Directors (the immediate past President being replaced on the board). Otherwise the same situation.

 

1926-27

to

1930-31

inclusive

 

 

12 Directors. The same situation except the board elected 3 instead of 1 Director from other regions.

 

1931-32

to

1953-54

inclusive

 

 

14 Directors.  5 instead of 3 from other regions.

 

 

Prepared by Chesley R. Perry,

May 1954.

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