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Re: OT-BIO: Gary White

From: GWhite & LRader <bentfork@navix.net>

Jeff Walters,
    Of course, you are right about John Wister being the first president of
AIS.  What I meant to write was "one of the first presidents of AIS living in
Lincoln, NE".   In editing the note, I inadvertently revised it as the first
president.  The person I was referring to was Dr. H. H. Everett, who lived in
Lincoln and I believe he was actually the second president of AIS and served
from 1933 to 1940.  Sorry for the blunder and boy is my face red.

Gary White,
Lincoln, Nebraska

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