TitleSpecial General Meetings
Extent3 vols, 1 box, 7 files + 4 audio cassettes.
DescriptionRecords of the Special General Meetings of the Geological Society of London, 1828-2003, comprising:
Minutes of the Special General Meetings, 1834-2003; Papers of Special General Meetings, 1828-2003 [incomplete]; Audio recordings of two Special General Meetings, 15 February 1989 and 28 February 1990 [the latter concerning the reunification of the Institution of Geologists with the Society].
Administrative HistoryA Special General Meeting (SGM) can be called at any time for the purpose of taking special matters relating to the business of the Society into consideration. A certain period of notice has to be given to all Fellows who were resident in the United Kingdom, and no other business can be discussed other than that for which the meeting was called. Special General Meetings are mostly concerned with establishing, modifying or repealing orders or bye-laws.
Access ConditionsAccess is by appointment only. Please contact the Archivist for further information.
Related MaterialFor records of earlier Special General Meetings, see: Ordinary Meetings (ref: GSL/OM/1).
ArchNoteDescription by Caroline Lam
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