Mr. Edwin Berry elected Chairman of Liverpool Football Club

October 29, 1904
At a meeting of the directors of the Liverpool Football Club, Mr. Edwin Berry was elected chairman in succession to Mr. William Houlding, who has severed his connection with the club. Mr. John McKenna was appointed vice-chairman. The question of the reconstitution of the club was discussed, and the directors had before them a draft of the prospectus, which will shortly be issued to the public.
(Source: Manchester Courier: October 29, 1904)