Records of the Pike Family Association of America, published in 1907 by the Streeter Press of Saco, Maine.
See all of the pages at the end of this post.
This booklet, which measures a bit smaller than 9" by 6", has 59 numbered pages, including:
- Description of the Fifth Reunion of the Pike Family, held on August 28 and 29, 1906 at the American House, 24 Hanover Street, Boston, Massachusetts, with election of officers and action on the the By-Laws scheduled for the first day
- By-Laws, Articles I through XI
- Secretary's Report - Clifford L. Pike, M.D., Saco, Maine, Secretary and Treasurer - including names of life members and withdrawing members
- Treasurer's Report - Clifford L. Pike, M.D., Saco, Maine, Secretary and Treasurer
- Piano Solo - Prof. Alfred W. Pike of 3 Willow Street, Stamford, Connecticut
- Reading of Letter written by Sarah Louise Kimball of Palo Alto, California - letter dated August 21, 1906, a few months after the earthquake and fire. Printed in the booklet
- Reading of Letter written by Hon. Henry Russell Wray of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce there: The Pike Centennial. Printed in the booklet
- Poem: A Home by Newfound Lake - Mrs. Frank D. Sanborn of New Hampton, New Hampshire. Printed in the booklet
- Descent from the Early French Kings - Mrs. Maria Freeman Gray, 3674 22nd Street, San Francisco, California. Printed in the booklet
- Extracts from Daly's History of Woodbridge, N.J. - Henry M. Walter, 424 Eleventh Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
- Piano Solo - Prof. Alfred W. Pike of Stamford, Connecticut
- The Earliest Settlers of the Pike Family in New England - Dr. Clifford L. Pike of Saco, Maine. An extensive article printed in the booklet.
- Deaths Reported to August 1, 1907
- Members Added Since Publication of Last Report
- Names Corrected or Changed with Changes of Residences
- Members Behind in Dues