Rotary Int'l Presidents and Themes 1905-1966

 

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  The First Convention - Chicago August 15-17 1910 - with 60 in attendance
       

1912-1913 Glenn C. Mead
Philadelphia, PA
Convention Buffalo, NY,
August 18-21 (930)

1913-1914 Russell Greiner
Kansas City, Missouri,
Conv.Houston, TX, USA
June 22-26 (1,288

1914-1915 Frank Mullholland
Toledo, Ohio, USA
Conv. San Francisco, CA
July 18-23 (1,988)

1915-1916 Allen D. Albert
Minneapolis, Minnesota,
Conv. Cincinnati, OH, USA
July 16-20 (3,591)

       


1916-17 Arch C. Klumph
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Conv. Atlanta, GA, USA
June 17-21 (2,588)
founder Rotary Foundation


9th Conv.Kansas City, MO

Conv. Salt Lake City, UT,
June 16-20 (3,083)

1919-20 Albert S. Adams
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Conv. Atlantic City, NJ,
June 21-25 (7,213)

       

1920-1921 Estes Snedecor Portland, Oregon, USA
Edinburgh, Scotland
June 13-16 (2,523)
1st Conv. outside USA

1921-22 Dr. Crawford McCullough
Fort William, Ontario, CA
Los Angeles, CA, USA
June 5-9 (6,096)

1922-23 Raymond Havens
Kansas City, Missouri,
Conv. St. Louis, MO, USA
June 18-22 (6,77

1923-24 Guy Gundaker
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
Toronto, ON, Canada
June 16-20 (9,173)

1924-25 Everett W. Hill
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
Cleveland, OH, USA
June 15-19 (10,216)

1925-26 Donald A. Adams New Haven, Connecticut,
Denver, CO, USA
June 14-18 (8,886)

1926-1927 Harry Rogers
  San Antonio, Texas, USA
Ostende, Belgium
June 5-10 (6, 412)

1927-1928 Arthur H. Sapp
Huntington, Indiana,
Minneapolis, MN, USA
June 18-22 (9,428)

       

1928-29 I. B. Tom Sutton
Tampico, Tamps., Mexico
Dallas, TX, USA
May 27-31 (9,508)

1929-30 M. Eugene Newsom
Durham, North Carolina, USA
Chicago, IL, USA
June 23-27 (11,008)

1930-31 Almon E. Roth
San Francisco, California,
Vienna, Austria
June 22-26 (4,296)

1931-32 Sydney Pascall
London, England
Seattle, WA, USA
June 20-24 (5,182)

1931-33 Clinton P. Anderson
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
Boston, MA, USA
June 26-30 (8,430)

1933-34 John Nelson
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Detroit, MI, USA
June 25-29 (7,377)

1934-35 Robert E. Lee Hill
Columbia, Missouri, USA
Mexico City, Mexico
June 17-21 (5,330)

1935-36 Ed. R. Johnson
Roanoke, Virginia, USA
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
June 22-26 (9,907)

       

1936-37 Will R. Manier, Jr
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Nice, France
June 6-11 (5,790)

1937-38 Maurice Duperrey
Paris,, France
San Francisco, CA, USA
June 19-24 (10,432)

1938-39 George C. Hager
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Cleveland OH, USA
June 19-23 (9,241)

1939-40 Kendrick Guernsey
Teaneck, New Jersey, USA
Havana, Cuba
June 9-14 (3,713)

       

1940-41 Armando de Arruda Pereira
São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Denver, CO, USA
June 15-20 (8,942)

1941-42 Tom J. Davis
Butte, Montana, USA
Toronto, ON, Canada
June 21-25 (6,599)

1942-43 Fernando Carbajal
Lima, Peru
St. Louis, MO, USA
May17-20 (3,851)


Chicago, IL, USA
May 18-22 (403)

       

Chicago IL, USA
May 31, June 5, 12, (19,141)


Atlantic City, NJ, USA
June 2-6 (10,958)

San Francisco, CA, USA
June 8-12 (14,678)

.Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
May 16-20 (7,511)
Learn, go forth to serve

1948-49 Angus S. Mitchell
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
New York, NY, USA
June 12-16 (15,961)


1949-50 Percy Hodgson
Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA
Detroit, MI, USA
June 18-22 (6,949)

1950-51 Arthur Lagueux
Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
May 27-31 (8,453)


Mexico City, Mexico
May 25-29 (6,804)

First Club of Mexico

Rotario Club of Mexico City, Mexico, 
Rotario International Distrito 4170
Host of the Rotary International Convention of 1935, 1952, 1968 & 1991

       

1952-53 H.J. Brunnier
San Francisco, California, USA
Paris, France
May 24-28 (10,107)

1953-54 oaquin Serratosa Cibils
Montevideo, Uruguay
Seattle, Washington, USA
June 6-10 (8,015)
Rotary is Hope in Action

1954-55 Herbert J. Taylor
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Chicago, IL, USA
May 29-June 2 (14,312)

       
       

1955-56 A. Z. Baker
(Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Philadelphia, PA, USA
June 3-7 (10,003)
Develop our Resources


1956-57 Gian Paolo Lang
(Livorno, Italy)
Lucerne, Switzerland
May 19-23 (9,702)
3 Targets 1956-57:
1. Keep Rotary simple;
2. More Rotary in Rotarians;
3. Learn More About Each Other

 


       
       

1957-58 Charles G. Tennent
(Asheville, North Carolina, USA)
Dallas, TX, USA
June 1-5 (14,035)
Enlist-Extend-Explore-Serve

1958-59 Clifford Randall Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
New York, NY, USA
June 7-11 (15,475)
Help Shape the Future

       

1959-60 Harold T. Thomas
Auckland, Auckland, N Z
Miami-Miami Beach, FL,
May 29-June 2 (11,354)
Vitialize!  Personalize!  Build Bridges of Friendship

1960-61 Edd McLaughlin
(Ralls, Texas, USA)
Tokyo, Japan
May 28-June1 (23,366)
You are Rotary -- Live It!  Express It!  Expand It!

       

1961-62 Joseph A. Abey
(Reading #88, Pennsylvania, USA)
Los Angeles, CA, USA
June 3-7 (22,302)
Act
Aim for Action
Communicate for Understanding
Test for Leadership

1962-63 Nitish Laharry
(Calcutta, India)
St. Louis, MO, USA
June 9-13 (10,779)
Kindle the Spark Within

1963-64 Carl P. Miller
(Honolulu, Hawaii, USA)
Toronto, ON, Canada
June 7-11 (14,661)
Meeting Rotary's Challenge in the Space Age

1964-65 Charles Pettengill
Greenwich, Connecticut,
Atlantic City, NJ, USA
May 30 - June 3 (9,368)
Live Rotary

       

1965-66 C. P. H. Teenstra
Hilversum, The Netherlands)
Denver, CO, USA
June 12-16 (12,929)
Action, Consolidation and Continuity

1966-67 Richard L Evans
Salt Lake City, Utah,
Nice, France
May 21-25 (19,362)
A Better World Through Rotary

 

       

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