1920's

1929 - 5th Annual Meeting: St. Lawrence University, Gouverneur
1928 - 4th Annual Meeting: Cornell University, Ithaca
1927 - 3rd Annual Meeting: Vassar College, Poughkeepsie - The first guide enclosed an itinerary with road stops, a short description, and a few brief questions. Program carries new name of NYSGA in letter masthead where it has appeared ever since.

1926 - 2nd Annual Meeting: Syracuse University, Syracuse Prof. Harold L. Alling of University of Rochester mentioned in letter to Prof. Thomas Hills of Vassar College "I have been using the name New York State Geological Association. How does it strike you?"

1925 - 1st Meeting: Hamilton College, Clinton - Announcement of the "first annual intercollegiate field meeting  of Central New York colleges" to be held at Clinton and Little Falls. Program to include Friday dinner at the Yahnundasis Country Club, price $1.50 per plate. "Trusting that this coming first excursion may be enjoyed by all and that it may be the beginning of annual gatherings of like character for our mutual benefit and the fuller knowledge of our great out-of-door science, I remain faithfully yours, Harry N. Eaton, Secretary"