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ALUMNI RECORD 



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GENERAL CATALOGUE 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

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INCLUDING 



GENESEE COLLEGE, i852-'7i 



AND 



GENEVA MEDICAL COLLEGE, i835-'72 



Published by the Alufnni Association of S^-racuie Uai*:e~sity 



Committee 



Frank Smalley, *74, Editor 
Emmons H. Sankord, '87 
Mr&. Mary J. Sibley, ^89 
Joseph H. Zartman, '78 



SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 

May 1899 



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THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

689457 

ACTOn, UTNOX AND 
TIlD N FO'JVOATIONS 

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GENEVA, N. Y. 
W. r. HUMPHREY, PRINTER AND BINDER 

1899 






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To our Alma Mater this volume is affectionate Is inscribed 



Pbtnomenal 

but natural her development 

masterfully piloted. Great her future 

to the full measure of the generosity of benefactors. 

Honor to her noble leaders and donors 

both dead and living ! 



Decet Universitatcm nobis cariorem esse quam nosmetifsos 



ILLUSTRATIONS 



1. Syracuse University: Campus and Buildings. Frontispiece. 

2. The Corporation : Presidents and Benefactors. Bishop Peck, David Decker and 
Francis H. Root. Facing page ao. 

3. College of Medicine : Dean Hyde and Professors W. W. Porter, R. S. Pease and N. 
Nivison. Facing page 74. 

4. The Corporation : Officers, President J. D. Archbold, Vice-Presidents E. F. 
Holden and A. A. Howletand Secretary E. Nottingham. Pacing page 80. 

5. Alumni Trustees: W. Nottingham, J. L. Heffron, P. M. French, B. S. Tipple and 
W. W. Porter. Facing page 90. 

6. Chancellor James Roscoe Day. Facing page 1x0. 

7. Deans of the Colleges: H. D. Didama, J. B. Brooks, A. Leonard and E. McChesney. 
Pacing page 126. 

8. Genesee College : Presidents J. M. Reid and D. Steele, Syracuse University : 
Professors C. W. Bennett and J. J. Brown. Facing page 128. 

9. Chancellors: A. Winchell, E. O. Haven, C. N. Sims and J. R. French. Facing 
page i3*- 

10. College of Medicine: Old Building. Facing page 160. 

11. College of Medicine: New Building. Facing page 1S4. 

12. College of Fine Arts: Deans Geo. F. Comfort, L. M. Vernon, Geo. A. Parker and 
Professor W. H. Schultze. Facing page 190. 

13. The Remington Block. Facing page 280. 

14. College of Medicine: Professors J. O. Burt, W. H. Dunlap and Scott Owen. Facing 
page 318. 

t^.m The Corporation : Trustees and Benefactors. Philo Remington, Geo. F.Comstock, 
John*€itn(5«*aQ(£ J/Dorman.vSteele. Facing page 500. 



16! • Cbltege Of Modl^lpe : > 3=3r«p?ssors John 
Pacing pa«^ 6^. , * * **• 2-' : 



Towler, H. B. Wilbur and W. T. Plant. 



17. i;^^'Myere ttt^^k.* ;F4cing page 768. 

18. \ Giytppaslum' A^hl^tiC Field and Grand Stand. Facing page 776. 

19. *.*riie*Uiiwecsit\r^(|:k.< Facing page 810. 

20. The*ft8th«- 6ai%«-«>terfle Hall of Physics. Facing page 904. 



CONTENTS 

Introduction to edition of 1887 7 

Preface to edition of 1899 9 

Annals of Genesee College 12 

Annals of S>Tacuse University to 1899 20 

Historical Sketch of College of Medicine, including Geneva Medical 

College 75 

Historical Sketch of College of Fine Arts 80 

The Corporation 81 

The Alumni Association . ; 90 

Constitution 90 

Officers 95 

Toe Alumni Association, College of Medicine 99 

The New York Alumni Association 100 

The Chicago Alumni Association .103 

Alumni Endowment 105 

Faculty of the University, including Genesee College, Alphabetically 

Arranged no 

The University Senate 1 26 

Fatalty of Genesee College, with Records . 127 

Faculty of Syracuse University, with Records 135 

Chancellors 135 

Professors : College of Liberal Arts 138 

Instructors: ** •* *• 150 

Lecturers: '* *• ♦' 15S 

Professors : College of Medicine 159 

Lecturers: *' •• 176 

Instructors: *' " 182 

OflScers : *' ** 190 

Professors : College of Fine Arts 191 

Instructors : ** " ** 199 

Lecturers: " ** ** 204 

Instructors : College of Law 205 

Lecturers: " •* 206 

Alaani of Genesee College. 1852-71, with Records 212 

Aloani of Syracuse University, 1872-98, with Records 275 

Namerical Index of Graduates 563 

Dof^cate Degrees 577 

Graduate Alumni, with Records 578 

1. Degrees on Examination 578 

2. Degrees ad eundem 620 

3. Degrees, in cursu, to graduates of other Colleges 623 

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6 CONTENTS 

Honorary Alumni, with Records : Degrees Honoris Causa 626 

1. Master*8 Degrees 626 

2. Doctor's Degrees 631 

Numerical Index of Graduate and Honorary Alumni 652 

Graduate Courses and Degrees 66c 

Geneva Medical College, 1834-72 66^ 

Faculty, with Records 664 

Alumni, with Records 667 

Alumni, Alphabetically Arranged 72J 

Summary by years 733 

Statistical Tables 73^ 

I. Annual Attendance, 1871-99 73^ 

II. Statistics, Vital, etc., of the Graduates of Genesee College 735 

III. Statistics, Vital, etc., of the Graduates of Syracuse Uni- 
versity, and total for Tables II and III 736 

IV. Statistics, Vital, etc., of the Graduate Alumni of Syracuse 
University 737 

V. Statistics, Vital, etc., of the Honorary Alumni of Syracuse 
University 738 

VI. Statistics of Courses and Degrees (Liberal Arts) 739 

VII. Analytical Summary of Alumni 741 

Brief Financial Statement of the University ( 1898) 744 

Library Statement 745 

University Papers 746 

Publications of Syracuse University 748 

First Announcement of Syracuse University, 1871, including the First 

Charter and By-Laws 751 

Charter of the College of Missionaries 767 

Athletics 769 

1. History 769 

2. Track and Field Records 779 

3. Syracuse Academic A. A 780 

College Colors and College Yells 782 

Honors 783 

Geographical Distribution of the Alumni 788 

Non-Graduates, Alphabetically Arranged 810 

Summary of Non-graduates 904 

Summary of Students in Attendance Jan . 1899 904 

Distribution of Students in Attendance Jan. 1899 9^4 

I ndex of Alumni ... 905 

General Index 961 



INTRODUCTORY NOTE TO EDITION OF 1887 

la presenting this Alumni Record to the friends of the former Genesee College, the 
old Geneva Medical College and the later Syracuse University, the committee deem it 
advisable to place on record a brief review of the steps leading to this result. 

The first attempt to secure materials for a record of the Alumni was made in 1870, 
when the removal of Genesee College from Lima to Syracuse was no longer doubtful. At 
the State convention held at Syracuse in that year (see Annals of Syracuse University 
i»/ra p. 21^, a call for a meeting of the Alumni of Genesee College was issued signed by 
H. R. Sanford (No. 82) and C. Z. Case (No. 73). and a preliminary meeting was held at the 
Vanderbilt House in Syracuse. Out of this organization the present Alumni Association 
has grown and at this early meeting a committee was appointed to gain information con- 
cerning the Alumni and their personal history. The committee did its work, and while 
the blanks that were accumulated are now lost, it had the effect to renew the interest of 
many of the earlier Alumni in their alma mater. Later, in 1873-4, additional blanks were 
sent out t»y the University authorities but the results of this attempt are not now extant. 
The matter of an Alumni record of some kind was frequently brought before the Alumni 
.^.Mociation at various times, but until 18S0 nothing definite was accomplished, except that 
P. I. Moule (No 398) prepared a partial list of graduates with residences and was arrang- 
ing a set of questions to be used in gathering material for a record. In that year a 
committee was appointed '' to gather such data as may be necessary to make a complete 
Alumni Record of Syracuse University" by issuing a "call" through the church and 
'*ecnlar papers. This committee consisted of J. H. Zartman, '78, W. A. Brownell, '65, and 
Jane S. Hicham. '76. for the College of Liberal Arts ; D. M. Totman, '76, and Caroline A. 
Hatch. '77. for the College of Medicine ; and N. A. Wells, '77, and Harriet S. Curtis, '76, for 
the College of Fine Arts. The following call was soon after published : 

•' STUDENTS OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

The committee on the 'Alumni Record' earnestly desire that all former students of 
the University, including the enrolled gn'a<luates of Genesee College, and friends of those 
deceased, will forward immediately to Rev. J. H. Zartman, Ea.st Homer. Cortland Co., 
X. Y.. the answers to the questions found below : 

1. Name in full ? 

2. Vtar of entrance ? 

V Year of graduation, or definite time spent in College, if not a graduate? 

4- Graduating degree, or courses pursued if not a graduate ? 

5. Honorary degrees and titles ? 

6. Post-graduate and professional courses, when and where pursued, with degrees? 

7. Residence, before entrance? 
S. Residence, present ? 

9 Marriage, when and to whom ? 

10. Literary work performed ? 

If. Occupations, with dates and places? 

12. Facts of interest ? 

By order of Committee. 
Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1881." 

To this widely circulated call only forty answers were received and at the meeting of 
the .Vlnmni Association in 1881 the committee was ordered to issue printed blanks and 



8 INTRODUCTORY NOTE 

Hend to each Alumnus. AVith some questions additional to those of the above named 
"call," these blanks were issued 14 March 1S82; a large amount of material was thus 
accumulated, but the Association seemed unprepared to undertake the work of publica- 
tion. In the meantime the Onondagan^ an annual student publication, for 1883 contained 
a brief "Alumni Directory " made up from various sources including some of the matter 
in the hands of the committee. This was repeated with some revision in the Onondagan 
for 1884. At the meeting of the Alumni Association in June 18S4, a committee consisting 
of J. S. Clark, '77. and T. B. Stowell, '65, was appointed to assist the publishers of the next 
Onondagan in a revision of this directory. The committee that had been appointed in 
1S80 was ordered to hand over its material.to the one just created and thus ended its labors; 
J. H. Zartman, '78, was then added to this new committee on revision. The publishers of 
the Onondagan for 1885 ^y reason of insufficient support on the part of the Alumni 
decided not to include a directory in their publication and matters remained in stain quo. 

AVhen the Alumni Association met in June, 1885, the spirit of publication vigorously 
seized it and a new committee was appointed to procure materials and arrange it for pub- 
lication by June 18S6. This committee consisted of J. H. Zartman, '78. C. \V. Winchester, 
'67 and L,. M. Underwood, '77. New blanks with some additional questions were issued 
1 Oct. 18S5. The result of their labors is contained in this volume. The wearisome task 
of collecting, editing and arranging this matter has, however, been a labor of love and it 
is hoped that a new interest will be aroused in every alumnus, and that there will result 
a better ac<iuaintance with each other and with the extent of the influence of Syracuse 
Univensity in its already wide spread Alumni. That errors will be found in the work is 
only too certain. Even il the blanks as returned had been complete and absolutely accu- 
rate, the transcription of so many details could hardly be accomplished without some 
errors, but in addition some blanks were known to be incorrect in certain respects. The 
committee has sought to make the records as uniform as the nature of the material would 
permit, but the extreme modesty of some Alumni as expressed in meager blanks has not 
made this possible : nor could the committee pass beyond its bounds and include some 
matter that some of the less modest have furnished, without seeming invidious. The 
records of Alumni in the College of Medicine were furnished by a .separate committee and 
are unfortunately not so complete as the rest. The plan followed was to decide in general 
as to what class of facts should be entered and then in individual cases to introduce just 
as much as each individual furnished in the particular class of facts agreed upon. Where 
facts were incompletely furnished College records, registers and catalogues, and class, 
fraternity and sttident publications have been consulted to supply minor deficiencies, all 
of which has added not a little to the labors of the committee. 

Dr. David M. Totman deserves the thanks of the Alumni and Faculty of the College 
of Medicine for the labor spent on the accumulation of records for the Faculty and grad- 
uates of that College. 

As many changes have occurred since the Record commenced printing it is thought 
desirable to place the additions and corrections in a conspicuous ix>sition in the book, 
bringing the matter so far as possible down to the present time. Any noticing further 
corrections or wishing to make additions will confer a favor by .sending to the committee 
care of Syracuse University. 

Fraternally, 

Joseph H. Zartman. I 

Charles W. Winche.«4ter, •• Cowwittee. 

IrUCiEN M. Underwood. ' 
Syracu.*ie University, January 1887. 



PREFACE 

I 

This volume is the second of its kind in the histor>' of the University. 
It may be termed the second edition of the Alumni Record, for it contains 
most of the matter of the preceding publication and follows the general 
lines of presentation adopted by the editors of that excellent book. Those 
who are familiar with the edition of 1S87 will at once note the changes. 
The principal change is the abolition of the separate lists of the graduates 
of the Colleges constituting the University. The method adopted is open 
to objection, but it simplifies matters considerably and makes a more com- 
pact presentation of the graduates of each year. 

In fature editions some radical changes should be introduced. The nunu 
bersare becoming so large that less detail and more compactness is impera- 
tive. The committee did not feel free to make great changes in this 
edition, but n-ith the experience now acquired could -suggest some that 
woold be a decided improvement an<l fully meet the main purpose. 

II 

The Introduction to the edition of 1887 records the history of efforts to 
Kcure the result that was realized in that volume. To obtain such a result 
wmt one must do a great deal of self-sacrificing and unremunerated labor. 
No more competent committee could have been named, each member coti- 
thbating; the principal labor, however, falling to Professor Underwood, 
vhodid great and lasting work. Had this been followed up year by year 
by careful and systematic efforts at the Registrar's office of the University, 
the editing of this edition would have been greatly facilitated, and the long 
And tedious search for facts and details in no small degree obviated. It is 
Ihe purpose of the present management of that office to make its records 
so complete as to earn the gratitude of future committees and editors. 

Twelve years have intervened since the last Record was published. The 
growth of the University has been so marvelous that for several years 
alumni have been expressing a wish for another edition. A committee was 
Appointed by the Association in 1894 to collect the data, but did nothing::. 
The matter was referred to again in 1895 but without result. At the 
meeting in 1896 the present committee was appointed to do the work, 
and immediatelv set about it. Blanks similar to those before used were 
Knt out, strenuous efforts were made to reach the alumni, and urgent re- 
quest made that the requisite information be furnished. The effort was 
czpestive and tedious, in many cases several blanks with letters being sent 
to the same person before the answer came. June, 1897, came and little had 



lO PRBPACB 

been accomplished ; June, 1898, found the material nearly ready for publica- 
tion, and the committee was li^iven more time and full authority. At last 
the innumerable details have been arranged. 

Ill 

It has been deemed advisable to admit, in addition to records of faculties 
and alumni, other matters of interest to the latter. This book follows the 
example of its predecessor in this respect, but goes farther. It is, there- 
fore, both an Alumni Record and General Catalogue of the University, and 
more than that aims to be a sort of manual of the institution. The pur]>ose 
has been to make it so complete that a stranger could read in it, together 
with the current catalogue, the character of Syracuse University, the record 
it has made, the work it is doing, its personnel and its spirit. The faces of 
some of the noble men who have toiled in this field look at the reader from 
these pages. Most of these men have passed away and we are favored in 
having preserved for us the features beloved by alumni of many classes. 
The committee thought the preservation of these features to be a part of 
its work and a valuable part of the Record. It seemed aLso fitting to insert 
portraits of the general officers of the University. There are others whom 
it would be desirable to have, but there is a limit of expense which it would 
not be wise to exceed. 

IV 

The editor had a hobby and has all along insisted that one feature of this 
volume at least should be ideal. That feature is an Index so complete that 
the leader would search for nothing in vain. But theory must yield to the 
practicable. Several alphabetically arranged lists of names appear besides 
the Index proper, namely, those of the corporation, of the faculty and of 
the non-graduates, and it would be a useless repetition to insert them again 
in a general index or in an index of names. All such lists are therefore 
referred to in the Index of Alumni. If the reader knows the relation of 
the person whose name he seeks to the University he can easily find the 
name by ready reference to its respective list ; but if he is ignorant of that 
fact he might be obliged to examine each list. This is to be regretted but 
seemed imperative. 

It will be noted tliat the surname is given first in the Index of Alumni, 
as is usual, while in the other lists it comes last. The latter are not pri- 
marily indices although in a double capacity serving as such, and it was 
deemed best to follow the usual method in descriptive lists. Names in 
lists and Index beginning with Mc stand at the beginning of the M list, in 
this following the order of the U. S. Postal Guide in names of places, and 
eminent precedents in the order of personal names. The table of contents 
will give the distribution of matter and the paging. 

Foot-notes and other notes are added or inserted in several places where 
they are needed in the interest of a clear presentation. 

It is regretted tliat the peculiar relation of the alumni of Geneva Medical 
College seemed to require that they be placed by themselves. The)' are 



PRBPACB 1 1 

alumni of Syracuse University, having been adopted by its Board of Trus- 
tees. But some might question the propriety of starting the alumni list in 
1S55 with graduates of a professional school, instead of the method here 
adopted of beginning ^ith graduates of the College proper in 1852. This 
oommittee rather hopes that the class of 1835 will head the list in the third 
e<iition of the Record and that all such distinctions ^ill disapp>ear. 

All alumni of Genesee College were admitted to identical relations with 
Syracuse University. 5 Dec. 1871. But the master's degree was conferred 
specifically by the latter upon some of these alumni. This was not exactly 
a case of ad eundetH^ but is treated rather as a case of in cursu^ and in the 
personal records is inserted with no reference other than the year. As the 
flq^rees from 1872 on (except Geneva Med. Coll. 1872) are kno^-n by all to 
\tt those of Syracuse University it is not necessary to designate the source. 
Had it been possible to secure names and data all non-graduates of Gene- 
>«te College, 1851-71, would have been added to those of the University. It 
is unfortunate that those names seem to be nowhere preservecl. 

V 

It remains to make mention of those who have contributecl material or 
laV)or to this book. Dr. Totman must come first, for, although due credit 
his elsewhere been given to the editors of 1887 of whom he was one, he has 
matie possible the present record of the graduates in Me<licine and deser\'es 
the j^ratitude of every alumnus. Mrs. Sibley of the committee fumishe<l 
the LibiarA' statement. Several graduates and students have assiste<l, 
among whom may be named Miss Edna Hildreth, '99, who sent out the 
bknksand wrote numerous letters; Miss M. B. Churchill, '96, who wrote 
the Amials (mainly) from 1886 to 1897 ; T. Ralph Robinson, '98, who com- 
piled the lists of the Corporation, Faculty, Non-Graduates, the Geographi- 
cal Distribution, and did much other work ; F. Mather Smalley, '98, who 
for the most part prepared the Index of Alumni, and workecl out many statis- 
^ : Miss Elsie Packard, '99, who also did work on statistical tables ; Miss 
I'lQii T. Page, *98, by whose skill the numerical indices were prepared, etc. 
*^ther credits are given in loco, W. Y. Foote, '87, has rendered valuable 
25«istance to the committee in looking after business details. 

The Editor. 
SyrKase University, January, 1899. 



ANNALS OF GENESEE COLLEGE:* 

X85X 

Monday, June 9, 4 p. m. First gathering of faculty and students; present, 
President Tefft and Professors Houghton, Alverson, Whitlock and Doug- 
lass, and thirty-seven undergraduates, divided among two Juniors, eight 
Sophomores and twenty-seven Freshmen. 

June 12. The Rev. Benjamin F. Tefft, D.D., LL.D., was inaugurated Presi- 
dent of Genesee College. 

July 10. Thirty-eight students matriculateil, of whom twenty-seven were 
classical and eleven scientific, seven being Sophomores and thirty-one 
Freshmen. 

Nov. 5. The faculty was increased by the accession of Professors Hoyt 
and Towler. 

X852 

Jan. 9. The faculty adopted plan of marking recitations and conduct of 
students on a scale ranging from o to 5. 

June 29. College Missionary Society was organized. 

July J. The first annual commencement exercises were held. RoUin 
Carroll Welch received tlie degree of A.B., and William Kreutzer and F. A. 
McFail the degree of B.S. 

Oct. 14. The faculty refused the '* Geneseum " literary' society permis- 
sion to hold public exercises. 

Oct. 2 1 . Facultv was increased bv the accession of Professors Crow and 
Wells, Prof. Douglass ha\*ing resigned. 

1853 

Feb. 22. Washington's birthday was celebrated by the students in col- 
lege chapel. 

Mar. 23. Prof. Snow became a member of the faculty. 

June 7. The " (ieneseum " was granted permission to hold public exer- 
cises in college cliapel. 

June 23. The faculty resolveil to dispense with printed commencement 
scheme. 

June 30. The exercises of the second Conmiencement were held, at 
which G. K. Johnson and Mary E. Nash received the degree of A.B., and 



* Hditc'd by the Rev. C. W. Winchester, class of 1S67. (Revisions of the notes on frater- 
nities have been made from the last edition of Bairtts Manual of American College Fra- 
tet Hi'ties, issued is9S. > 



GBNBSBB COLLEGE 1 3 

W. T. George that of B.S. The firs»t honorary d^ree was conferred, 
namely D.D., on the Rev. Israel Chamberla3me of the Genesee Conference. 

Oct. i8. The ladies of the college, at their own request, were excused 
from readinj^ essays at college prayers. 

Dec. President Tefft resigned. 

1854 

May 16. The faculty resolved that, as a part of the annual commence- 
ment exercises, there should be a valedictory address (first honor) and a 
I«atin salutatorv' (second honor), the salutatorian to have a second part on 
the program. 

May 29. Prof. Hopkins took the place of Prof. Whitlock in chair of 
Natural Sciences. 

June 25. The first baccalaureate sermon v^&a delivered, President-elect 
Cummings being the preacher. 

June 26. The faculty granted permission to organize the *' Aletheon '* 
stKriety. 

June 29. The Rev. Joseph Ciunmings, A.M., was inaugurated President 
of Genesee College. The same day the third Commencement was held, at 
which there were five graduates. Jabez Robert Jaques received the first 
honor, and Henrj- Decker, Jr., the second. 

Aug. 28. The P^reshmen were excused from declaiming after College 
l^rayers. 

Sept. 25. The room and property of the defunct "-Oeneseum " were 
turned over to the ** Aletheon.*' 

Oct. 8. A new scheme of marking was adopted : Highest value of recita- 
tion, 8 ; for declamations and themes, 40 ; for public exercises in chapel, 64. 

Nov. 20. The faculty granted permission to organize the *' .\ttica?um *' 
yiciety. 

1855 

Jan. S. College reading-room was established. 

June 2S. The fourth commencement exercises were held, at which two 
indents graduated and two Juniors and ten Sophomores took part in the 
program. Tliaddeus Wilson Collins took the first honor and Alden ( »age 
Wilcox the second. 

Oct. 8. The faculty recommended to the trustees the adoption of a 
College seal as follows: "One and a quarter inches in diameter and one 
quarter of an inch in thickness. Device on the center of its face, an open 
book of a size to suit the diameter and liaving a glory faintly sketched 
i^ith the rays falling on the top of the oi>en page. On the circle below the 
book the words, Genesee College, below the figures 1S49. On the circle 
abc ve the book, £>to et Humanitatiy 

Nov. 21. The first Sophomore exhibition was held, the class of 1S58 
aj'i>earing with fourteen speakers, of whom one delivered an oration 
•n Greek, and one an oration in Latin. Joel Donnan Steele spoke upon 



14 ANNAI«S 

"The Beautiful in Poetry." Music was furnished by "Scott's Cornet 

Dand " of Rochester. 

Two graduates. 

X856 

Mar. 19. The first Junior exhibition was held, at which the class of 

1857 appeared with ten speakers, of whom one delivered an oration in Greek, 
one in Latin and one in Gennan. 

Apr. 28. Prof. Boswell became a member of the faculty in the chair of 
Ancient Languages and Literature. Prof. Hoyt remaining as adjunct 
professor. 

July II. The first prize declamation contest was held, participated in 
by six Sophomores and six Freshmen. 

July 17. The fifth Commencement took place, at which four persons 
received the degree of A.B., and three the degree of B.S. The first honor 
was assigned to George Harvey Locey, and the second to George Warren 
Trenk Buck. 

Nov. 26. The second Sophomore exhibition was held, at which ten 
members of the class of 1S59 appeared, of whom two delated the question : 
•*Is Skepticism on the Decrease?". Charles Henry Fowler spoke up<»n 
'• National Morality." 

Oct. 27. Hebrew was made an optional study to be substitutetl for either 
of the Modern Languages. 

Dec. 29. The faculty recommended to the trustees the establishment 
of elective courses of stud v. 

1857 

Mar. II. The second Junior exhibition was held, at which the class of 

1858 app>eared with eight sp>eakers. There was an oration in Greek, also 
one in German. 

June 19. Tlie second prize contest was held, participated in by six 
Sophomores and six Freshmen. Charles Henry Fowler declaimed Phillip's 
Washington. 

June 25. The sixth annual Commencement was held. The title page of 
scheme was printed in Latin. Fifteen graduated, all in the regular classical 
course. Hamiaii Stacy Hogoboom delivered the valedictory, and John 
Avery Broadhead the Greek salutatory. In this instance the honors were 
equal. 

Nov. 18. The third Sophomore exhibition was held, at which twenty- 
four members of tlie class of i860 appeared, of whom two discussed the 
question : "Is the Scheme of the Compensated P^mancipation Societ\ 
Right and Expedient ?" 

The Mystical Sbven, a secret fraternity, was organized in Genesee 
College. The Genesee chapter was known as the " Scroll and Pen." The 
members were known as " Mystics."* (See Annals of Syracuse University, 
1.S71, November.) 



♦The Mystical Seven was or};ranize<l at Weslcyan I'liiverMty in 1S37. Nine chapters 
were established. The badge was a seven-pointed star, each i)oint displaying a Hebrew 



GBNESBB COLLBGB 1 5 

The Adelphian society for ladies was founded by Misses Wanier. 

Aldiich, Pitts, Holland and Barr. The society met in one of the recitation - 

rooms. The badge was a gold shield bearing the word "Adelphian*' 

iliagonally across tlie face. 

X858 

Jan. Dr. Cummings resigned the presidency of the institution. 
Mar. 18. The Rev. John Morrison Reed, D.D., was inaugurated third 
President of Genesee College. 

.\pT. 5. Prof. Bragdon became a member of the faculty in place of Prof. 
Boswell, resigned. 

June 18. The third prize declamation contest was held, between six 
^«phomores and six Freshmen, each class electing its representatives by 
I Allot, as at former contests. 

June 24. The seventh Commencement took place. Six candidates re- 
ceived the degree of A.B. Benton Clarke Rude took the first honor, and 
l>tis Lloyd Gibson the second. 

Nov. 17. The class of 1861 gave the fourth Sophomore exhibition at 
H-hich there were twenty-four speakers, of whom two debated the question : 
" Should Capital Punishment be Abolished?" 

1859 

31ar- 2. The third Junior exhibition was held, at which the class of 
1S60 appeared with thirteen speakers, including a Latin orator, a Greek 
uratorand a poet. 

June 17. The fourth prize declamation contest was held by the Sopliu- 
more and Freshmen classes. 

June 23. The eighth Commencement was held. Eight diplomas were 
conferred. Charles Henr^• Fowler was valedictorian, and Harrison Cham- 
tcrlain salutatorian. 

Oct. 17. Prof. Hopkins resigned the chair of Chemistry- and Natural 
ffislof)-. 

x86o 

Apr. 29. .\fter several years of ineffectual petitioning on the part of suc- 
awYe classes, the faculty decided to give the Seniors a vacation of one 
month, terminating anniversary- week. 

June 21. The exercises of the ninth Connnencement were held. Seven- 
teen candidates received the degree of A.B., and five that of B.S. The 
second honor was given to John Fletcher Slee; the first was not assigned. 

Sept. 17. The following scheme of winter lectures >%as approved by the 
ficulty: Charles Sumner, R. S. Storrs, E. L. Youmans, K. H. Cliapin. 
J. G. Holland, Bayard Taylor, John B. Gough. 

letter. In the center wa» a coiled serpent bearing the date 1837. a coronet and a crescent. 
witJ»«e\en stars. In 1890, the living chapters united with Bell, the alumni beiuK rc- 
tored in full membership. In 1871, the local chapter became the Phi Gamma chapter of 
-^ K E- The Weslesran chapter died in a similar manner, but has been revived as a select 
**nor society (iS82>. The fraternity published the Mystic Messettger which is now united 
with the Beta Theta Pi.—Baints Manual. 



l6 ANNAI^ 

Nov. 8. Thirty-one students were suspended for combining to be absent 
from recitations on election day. 

Nov. 15. Suspended students were reinstated on written apology. It 
'w^as resolved by the faculty that hereafter all recitations be held in the 
forenoon, and that prayers be at twenty minutes before eight in the morn- 
ing. Prof. Lattimore became a member of the faculty in place of Prof. 

Hopkins. 

z86z 

June 12. An amended course of study was adopted. 

June 27. The tenth Commencement was held. Thirteen persons were 
graduated ; ten with the degree of A.B. The honors were given to John A. 
Clark and Reuben D. Munger. 

Z862 

Prof. Hoyt's name disappears from the list of professors. 

Mar. 20. Prof. Bragdon died. 

June 23. The seventh prize declamation contest was held, the contest- 
ants all being Freshmen appointed by the faculty. 

June 26. The eleventh Commencement was held, with sixteen classical 
and three scientific graduates. George Van Alstyne took the first honor, 
and Sidney O. Barnes the second. A special honor, a Greek essay, was 
awarded to Flora A. Ellis " for fidelity and assiduity." 

Aug. 7. Prof. Steele became a member of the faculty in the place of 
Prof. Bragdon. 

Z863 

June 19. The eighth prize declamation contest was held. For the first 
time ladies took part, a separate prize being offered by l*rof. Steele for the 
best reader. 

June 21. The class of 1866 held the first " Ring Rust." 

June 24. The twelfth Commencement was held. Fourteen graduateil, 
six with the degree of A.B. and eight with the degree of B.S. John 
Thomas Brownell and Charles Glenberrie Hudson received equal honors, 
tlie former delivering the valedictorj^ and the latter a Greek oration. 

Aug. The I'PSiLON Kappa Fraternity was founded by Herbert B. 
Juhnson of the class of 1866, and David Hall Rice and Edward B. Fenner 
of the class of 1867.* 

Sept. 8. l*ennission to adopt ''F01 titer ^ Fidetiter, Feticiter^' as its 
motto was granted to the class of 1866, *' with tlie additional resolve that 



♦Thel'psilou Kapim was purely a Icxral fraternity, althoiiKh it had opportunities for 
extending itself into other colleges.. It was secret in the strictest sense of that word- 
The fraternal bond was very close and strong. It gave special and rigid attention to liter- 
ary work and to mutual criticism. Down to 1.S75, i^ initiated one hundred members. 
In 18S4 it formally disbanded, and all who had not already entered Psi I'psilon were electctl 
to membership in the Pi Chapter of that Fraternity. The ba«lge of the Vpsilon Kappa 
was an octagon with sides curving inward, having a lw>rder of chased gold. On its face 
it Itore a gold cross /a //<'^ and between the arms»>f the cross, four shields of black enamel. 
It was worn with a shield uppermo.st. on which was the letter Y. in gold. The lowest 
shield bore K. and the other two. • pi '* and " phi " re^-iHrctivcly. 



GBNBSBB COLLBGE I7 

we are favorable to the system of class mottoes, when adopted with our 
consent." 

Oct 20. The united societies were granted permission by the faculty 
to have a course of lectures during the winter term. 

X864 

Jan. 21. The Philharmonic Association was organized. 

Jan. 22. Nearly the entire Sophomore and Freshman classes were inde- 
finitely suspended from college for '•bolting" morning recitation on 
account of the tardiness of the professors. 

Jan. 28. The suspended students were taken back on promise of future 
obedience to college laws. 

June 20. The class of 1867 held " Ring Rust" exercise. 

Jime 23. The thirteenth Commencement was held. Eight candidates 
received diplomas, five in the classical and three in the scientific course. 
Joseph Jones delivered the valedictory', and Theron Cooper the salutatory. 
l)r. Reed resigned the presidency of the college. 

.\ug. 1 8. George Van Alstyne was made tutor in Mathematics, Greek 
and Natural Philosophy to relieve Acting President Alverson. 

Sept. 12. Prof. Alverson died. Prof. \V. \V. Clarke temporarily took 
the chair of Mathematics. 
Dec. Prof. Wells resignetl. 

1865 

Jan. II. Prof. French became a member of the Faculty in the chair of 
^lathematics. 

Mar. 1 6. Prof. Draper assumed the chair of Modern Languages and Rev. 
J. \V. Lindsay, D.D., the presidency. 

June 17. A new course of study was adopted to take effect with the new 
year. 

June 19. The class of 1868 had their " Ring Rust." 

June 20. The students of all classes gave an outdoor public entertain- 
ment called ** Contest for the belt, alias celebration of the American Eagle." 

June 21. The class of 1867 burned calculus at the hour of midnight, with 
appropriate services. 

June 22. The fourteenth Commencement was held. The title page of 
the scheme was printed in English. Fifteen diplomas were given, ten of 
which were for the degree of A.B. Clark P. Hard and Thomas B. Stowell 
received the honors. 

Oct. The first number of the " Geneseean " issued by the class of 1867. 

Nov. 15. Prof. Draper resigned. 

Dec. 9. Prof. Coddington took the chair of Mo<lern Languages and Belks- 

r.ettres. 
The Del^a Chi secret fraternity was organized but disappeared during the 

.vear. 



1 8 ANNALS 

1866 

Jan. 23. The ladies began to read tlieir essays, at college prayers, from 
the rostrum. 

June 25. The ** Ring Rust " exercises of the class of 1869 were suppresse<l 
by the faculty. 

June 28. The fifteenth Coniniencenient was held at which nineteen were 
graduated, fifteen with the degree of A.B. Joseph Whiting and George 
Kelsej' Powell received the honors. 

Sept. 19. The requirements for admission to college were increased. 

1867 

May. The second number of the '* (ieneseean " issue<l bj' the secret 
societies. 

July 1 1 . The sixteenth Commencement was held ; ten were graduated, of 
whom nine received the degree of A.B. Charles Wesley Winchester deliv- 
ered the valedictory, and Edward Gibbs Bickford the salutatory-. Prof. 
Lattimore resigned his professorship, and Prof. Iv. D. Williams was tempo- 
rarily put in his place. 

1868 

June 26. The Decker prizes, for the two best essays by members of the 
Senior class, were established. 

July 9. The seventeenth Commencement was held. Eleven candidates 
were graduated, of whom ten were in the classical course. Minor Hamlin 
Paddock and John Roxburj- Gordon took the honors. 

Oct. Prof. W. H. Phillips was elected to the cliair of Agricultural and 
General Chemistrv. 

Oct. 27. Faculty resolved that hereafter all examinations whether en- 
trance, special or term sliall be in writing, and that the student examined 
must satisfactorily answer 75 per cent, of the questions presented. Presi- 
dent I jndsay re,signe<l, and Prof. Steele was made acting president. 

1869 

Apr. Indies were made eligible to membership in the Aletheon and .\t- 
tica;um, on recommendation of the faculty. 

June S. The faculty resolve<l that hereafter there should be four honors 
on commencement day, viz.: valedictory-, salutatory, philosophical ora- 
tion and classical oration. 

June II. A fifth honor, disquisition, was created for the present year. 

July 7. l'*irst class-<lay exercises, held by the class of 1869. 

July 8. The eighteenth Commencement was held, at which eight candi- 
dates received the degree of A.B., and five that of B.S. The first honor 
was taken by George H. Barton : Sara E. Fisher and Oscar Allen 
Houghton had equal honors. 



GENBSBB COLLBGE 1 9 

Z87O 

Mar. 22. Prof. Phillips hsLxing resigned, Prof. Rush Emery took his 
pUce. 

July 14. The nineteenth and last Commencement was held, at which the 
degree of A.B. was conferred on eight persons, and B.S. on five. The first 
and second honors were taken respectively by John S. Morgan and William 
H.Reese. 

1871 

.Apr. 4. Tlie fifteenth and last Junior exhibition was held, at which nine 
members of the class of 1872 appeared. 

]nly 7. The sixteenth and last prize declamation contest was held by tlie 
class of 1874. 

The college formally disbanded graduating one person without having 
rommencement exercises. Most of the class of 1871 waited over to receive 
iheir degrees with the class of 1872 from Syracuse University. 



ANNALS OF SYRACUSK UNIVERSITY* 

PREVIOUS TO OPENING THE UNIVERSITY f 

1866 

Jan. Letter of Rev. A. J. Phelps to Prof. J. R. French of Genesee Col- 
lege, declining to cooperate in an attempt to raise centenarj' funds for 
Genesee College. 

Jan. Letter from Prof. J. R. French to Rev. A. J. Phelps favoring 
removal of college from Lima. Almost simultaneously a conversation 
passed between Rev. E. Arnold and Prof. C. W. Bennett on the same 
subject. 

Mar. (about ist). In an editorial article in the Northern Christian 
Advocate on a centenary meeting held in Buffalo about the first of March, 
was the •' first public announcement of the idea of a central college or 
university for the Methodism of ' New York." — Northern Christian Advo- 
cate^ 22 May 1873. Phelps, Arnold and Dr. Lore took measures to awaken 
interest and enlist support. 

Mar. Centenarv' meeting at Elniira. A consultation on the subject of 
removal of Genesee College. Resolved to call a convention of the five 
patronizing conferences. 

Apr. 12. Methodist Convention met at Syracuse. Project of removal 
approved, etc. {Northern, 22 May 1873). Made provision to bring before 
Oneida and Black River Conferences. 

Apr. Black River and Oneida Conferences took approving action. 
Appointed commissioners to attend meeting of trustees of Genesee College. 

June 27. Annual meeting of Board of Trustees of Genesee College. 
Board concurred in project of removal, by a vote lacking only one of 
unanimity, on condition tliat ^200,000 besides grounds and buildings be 
raised by the Conferences east of Cayuga Lake. 

Autumn. Trustees of Genesee College took measures to secure an 
enabling act of the legislature to effect the removal of the College. 

During this year subscriptions were secured in furtherance of the object ' 
of removal. In this work Rev. J. B. Foote, A.M.. Rev. I). I). Lore, D.D.. 
and others were especially active an<l successful. 



♦ l'*ditc<l l>y I,ucieii M. riiderwotKi, "77, t<» Au>;ust, !»>%. 

+ For tliis ]Kjrti()ii of the *' Aniial>" the writer is indcbtetl lo a iiiaiui'^criiit Ikm^U oI 
" Historical Memoranda " carefully compiled by Dr. Alexaiuler Wiuohell wliile Chaii- 
rellor of the I'nivcrsity. It is unfortunate that the liistury since 1S7.} lia-^ not hocn so 
carefully ]>reserved by tlie officers of the l'niver>il\ . 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 21 

I1867 

Mar. 5. Call for meeting of citizens of Syracuse at office of Onondaga 
Salt Co.. signed by William D. Stewart, George F. Comstock, E. W. Leaven- 
worth. A. D. White. C. T. Longstreet, Chas. Andrews, T. B. Fitch, C. Tall- 
^nan, A. Monroe. 

Mar. 21. Meeting above called. Brief addresses by Dr. Lore, Rev. A. J. 
Vlielps and others. Measures were taken to secure the bonding of the city 
for the promotion of the enterprise. Judge Comstock requested to draft a 
VJ'. A mass meeting of citizens called. 

Mar. (following week). Large and enthusiastic mass meeting. Voted to 
IxiTi^l the city for f loo.oco, conditioned on the establishment of a college at 
Syracuse or immediate vicinity with endowment of ^400,000, independent 
ut ciiy bonds. A bill was approved and forwarded to legislature. 

Spring. Black River and Oneida Conferences ratified their proceedings, 
t.tcte^l college commissioners and appointed Revs. J. I). Adams, James 
Erw^in and A. B. Gregg agents to raise funds. Volunteers also, especially 
RevN. C. V. L>'for<l, E. Arnold and A.J. Phelps, were prominently success- 
hl m iht: same work . 

1868 

rht Conferences of 1868 re-affirmed their confidence in the enterprise and 
rc-apjK»inleti commissioners and agents to further the cause. 

Kfiorts ici obtain requisite legislation were renewed with the legislature of 
1867-68. and an act passed authorizing the removal of the college, but leav- 
ing lo Lima Seminary- all the real estate of the college and ^75,000 of its 
ca.*h endo\^Tnent . 

An injunction against removal was obtained by citizens of I^ima ; but the 
t^oCenesee Conferences nevertheless adhered to the new enterprise. 

Project of a State Methodist Convention broached in the Northern Chris- 
i^M Advocate. This was readily and enthusiastically seconded. Meantime 
tht college commissioners continued to work. Their names were : Central 
*VV. Conf. — Rev. I). D. Lore, Cliairman ; A. S. Graves, Secretary; J. B. 
foote. Treasurer; A. J. Phelps, A. B. Gregg, Wm. Retldy, E. Arnold, Hon. 
Oei\ F. Comstock, W. W. Porter, Jas. Erwin, M. D. Kinney, B. I. Ives, 
U'. W. WilHams, Geo. Berr\-. 

X870 

Feb. 22-24. Methodist State Convention at Syracuse. President, Rev. 
Jesse T. Peck, D.D. Resolved that the plan is approved and we take 
measures to raise at least ^00,000, to endow the University. Total sub- 
scriptions received |t 18 1,000. [Tliis afterwards shrunk to J 160,000.] The 
tfjtal subscriptions, consequently, at this date stood as follows : 

l*rivate subscriptions before convention ^125,000 

Conditional subscription of city of Syracuse 100,000 

Valid subscriptions at convention 160,000 

Total subscriptions at convention 1385,000 



22 ANNALS 

A provisional Board of Trustees was elected and steps taken to secure a 
cliarter. 

Mar. 24. Meeting of provisional Board of Trustees in Syracuse. Dr. 
Peck was chosen President of the Board. Rev. I). D. Lore, D.D., Sec*y : 
T. B. Fitch, Treas.: Ex. Com., J. T. Peck, D. I), l^ore, G. F. Comstock, T. 
H. Fitch, C. Andrews, \. J. Phelps, E. Arnold. Cliarter agreed upon. 

Mar. 25. Charter reported, approved and recorded in Book I. of Miscel- 
laneous Records, page 332, etc. 

Aug. 15. Meeting of Board of Trustees. Rev. E. C. Curtis had been 
appointed General Agent. He reported legal subscriptions at |»i6o,ooo. 

Sept. 13. Meeting of Board of Trustees. The location of the Universitj* 
in the Eighth Ward was decided upon. 

1871 

Jan. 4. Meeting of Board of Trustees. Agent reported valid subscrip- 
tions at $425,o(x> ; contingent subscriptions at $'jT,,iyoo. Application made 
by Board of Trustees *' to the Conmion Council of the city for the dty 
bonds to the amount of Jkx>,ock), pursuant to the act of the Legislature 
warranting such subscriptions." Dr. Peck presente<l general outline of 
plan of buildings. Peck. Comstot^k and Porter, >\'ith power to select two 
others, were appointe<l to fix upon a definite plan of building. 

.\pr. 24. City of Syracuse issued bonds for University, |*io(>,ooo. 

May 6. The Remingtons purchased the St. Charles block in Syracuse 
for |i 20,000, one-half for use of University and one-half for that of the Col- 
lege of Missionaries and the ]mblisliing interests of the Methodist Episco- 
]ml Church. 

May 17. Meeting of Board of Tru.stees. Contracts for site of university 
edifice ratified. Resolved to open College of I^iberal Arts in September, 
1S71. Students and graduates of Cicnesee College to stand in correspond- 
ing relations to Syracuse University. The building plans submitted by H. 
N. White were adopte<l. Building committee : Peck, Comstock, Curtis, 
Porter. Griffin. Committee on Faculty : Peck, Jones, Wilbor, Taylor, Com- 
stock. Clark. Elections made : Daniel Steele (Pres. College Liberal Arts), 
52,500 ; Prof .J. R. French, ^2,000 ; Prof. W. P. Coddington, ^2,000 ; Prof. J. 
J. Brown, 5^,000 ; salaries to begin Aug. i. 1S71. 

May. C. W. Bennett elected professor by Executive Committee at a 
salarj- of |2,cxx3. 

May 26. Myers block rented foru.se of Universitv. Salaries of Professors 
French, Coddingt6n, Brown and Bennett were raised to ^2, 500 each ; tuition 
fixed at 1^20 i>er term, besides incidental expenses in the College of Liberal 
Arts. 

June I. Contract made for grading university grounds. 

June 13. Voted for chemical and physical apparatus 1*3,166.25, to be 
expended by Prof. Brown. Voted for mathematical department |i.ooo; 
for library and text-books 1 1,000. 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITV 23 

]vL\y 19. The contract for building the Hall of Languages was let ; 
consideration $136,000. 

Aug. 1. Prof. H. H. Sanford elected to enter on his duties after the 
Commencement in 1872. 

Aug. 18. Tlie first faculty meeting was held at the residence of Judge 
Dusinbcrre in Geneva. 
Aug. 29. Second faculty meeting at Myers block in Syracuse. 
Aug. 30. Meeting of Board of Trustees. Prof. Comfort was elected •' to 
be inaugurate<l in June next." General agent reported aggregate sub- 
scnpiion> $506,659. Proposition received from Geneva Medical College. 
Conimitlces appointe<l to develop plans for a Medical College in the 
rniversily. 

Aug. 31. leaving of corner-stone of Hall of I^anguages. Inauguration of 
faculty of the College of Liberal Arts.* 

SINCK THK OPENING OF THE UNIVERSITY 

187Z 

Sfl>t. I. The college opened in the Myers block with 41 students present 
alihe first chapel exercises. Dr. Daniel Steele officiated, reading the loyl 

Sept. 4. Recitations began. 

Sept. 5. A •• scale of 7 " adopted for marking recitations. 
Sept, Tlie Mystic Ai. Skven, a four years' secret society, was estab- 
lishe<i in the I'niversity. (See Annals of Genesee College i857,also iSyi.Nov. ) 
Sept. The secret society. Upsilon Kappa, was established in the 
I'niversity. (See Annals of Genesee College 1863, also 1875, June.) 

Nov. 14. Faculty vote<l "that all examinations of students should be 
irritten." 

Nov. 17. The fraternity known as the Mystical Seven became the Phi 
Oamma chapter of Dklta Kappa EPSii^ON.f The charter members were : 
W. F. Steele, '72 ; R. S. Keyser, '72 ; F. D. Blakeslee, '72 ; G. H. Dr>'er, '72 : 
H. M. Hill, '72 ; W. Mann, '72 ; J. E. Weaver, '72 ; H. W. Morris, '72 ; F. J. 
Cheney, '72: D. Cronk, '74; D. D. Lore, '74; C. A. Fowler, '74; S. W. 
Kress,' ^75 ; M. J. Wells, '75 ; E. W. Goodier, '75 ; W. A. Wood, '75 ; 
1-. Jennison, '75. 
Dec. 4. Plan adopted for establishment of Medical College. Professors 



■The extrciso at the laying of the corner-.stoiic and the inauguration of the Faculty 
*eTe published in a pamphlet by the University authorites. 

♦Delta Kapi>a Epsilon was founded in Yale College, 22 June 1844. It has now 35 
active chapters distributed from Maine to Mis.sissippi and California and a menibenship 
frf <wer 13.000. The fraternity pubUshes The Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly, the fif- 
teenth volume of which is just completed. The last catalogue, published in 1890, contained 
"vn 10,000 names and vmn a volume of 1700 pages. The badge is a diamond displaying 
A vhite scroll bearing the letters AILE on a black enamel ground with a star at each 
*"?!«• The fraternity colors.are "axure, gules and or."— Baird's Manual. 



24 ANNALS 

Towler, Nivison, Eastman, Stevens, Green, Hyde, Wilbur and Ryder, and 
adjunct professors VanDuyn, Dunlap, Pease, Burt, Porter, Plant and 
I^awton were elected, i Future elections to be on nomination of faculty 
and election by trustees. Officers : Dean, Registrar, Curator and Libra- 
rian. The two former elected annually. Dean presides at meetings. The 
records of the faculty may be inspected by any member of the Board of 
Trustees. Faculty appoint their own demonstrator and janitor. Faculty 
j)ay all expenses. Three censors to be appointed atmually by 

1. N. Y. State Medical Association, 

2. Central N. Y. Medical Association, 

3. Onondaga Co. Medical Society. 

Each censor, if present, sliall receive one dollar out of each graduating 
fee. Votes with faculty for degrees. Diplomas in Latin to be signed by 
Chancellor, Secretary of Board of Trustees and Medical Faculty. Faculty 
may reconmiend for lionorarj^ degree of M. D. Diploma to be on parch- 
ment, written in Latin and signed by cliancellor and dean. Dean shall 
make report at the end of each academic year to Board of Trustees, also to 
Regents of the University. Museum and library of Geneva Medical Col- 
lege transferred to Syracuse University. 

Dec. 5. Alumni of Genesee College admitted to identical relations witn 
Syracuse University. Plan for Gymnasia submitted by Dr. Peck and 
adopted. The President requested to make the necessary arrangements for 
Gymnasia. 

Dec. 24. The signs in front of the Myers block were " frescoed " by the 
students. (See University Herald, I. 8.) 

The seal of the University was probably adopted during this year. It is 
an inch and five-eighths across, bearing around the margin the words 
"♦Syracuse University* Founded 1870." Within an inner circle is a 
wreath of laurel and the motto, ** Suos culiores scienlia coronate 

1872 

Jan. 10. Three courses of study adopted : the classical, pliilosophical 
and scientific. 

Feb. 12. Natural l^hilosophy added to requirements for entrance. Latin 
added to requirement for scientific course. 

Feb. 15. Announcement by faculty of courses of study and terms of ad- 
mission (foiu'-page circular). Latin scientific course established in place of 
philosophical course (see Jan. 10), requiring two Latin authors for admis- 
sion. Scientific course lengthened to four years. 

Apr. 12. A college meeting held in tlie interest of establishing a college 
paper. 

Apr. 20. The first university base ball association was organized. 

Apr. 29. Voted by faculty, tliat the diplomas for scientific course be 
printed in the English language. 

May 15. The constitution and by-laws of The University Herald, a col- 
lege paper, were adopted. 



SVRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 25 

June. The Theta Nu Epsilon, Beta chapter, a secret Sophomore society, 
^as established. 
June 22. The first number of the University Herald appeared.* 
June 23. Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Daniel Steele, D.D., in First 
Pitsb>terian church, at 10:30 a. m. Sermon before the Society of Relig- 
iooB Inquin.- by Rev. William Lloyd. 
June 24. Rose pink and pea g^en adopted as the university colors. 

June 25. Meetinj? of trustees. E. O. Haven elected chancellor of the 
University- at a salary- of l5,o<X) per annum and $2,500 for expenses of re- 
moval. Dr. Steele's resignation was accepted. JohnH. Durston appointed 
Adjunct Professor of Modem Languages. 

June 26. Address before the college by Rev. J. P. Newman, D.D., in 
Wieting Hall 

June 27. First annual Commencement in Wieting Hall ; orators, W. W. 
Smallwood, R. S. Keyser, W. Mann, F. J. Cheney, R. W. Copeland, W. F. 
Steele, H. W. Morris, F. D. Blakeslee, G. H. Dryer, J. E. Weaver. Mas- 
ter's orations by E. D. Blakeslee and O. A. Houghton. Graduates : A.B., 
9;B.S., 10; — 19. 

Summer. Blanks sent out for ** Alumni and Alumna* Record," asking 
for personal statistics. 

.\ug. 9. E. O. Haven having declined, Alexander Winchell, LL.I)., was 
elected chancellor of Syracuse University at a salary- of f 5,000 and fi, coo 
for moving expenses. 

.\ng. 29. Second college year opened. 

Sept. 7. Voted by faculty, that " a deficiency in rhetorical exercises 
mill debar the student from recitation and lecture until such exercise shall 
beproWded for." 

Sept. The ATTiCifKUM, an open literary society, was organized with 
fifteen members. This afterwards became the Syracuse chapter of Delta 
Upsilon. (Sec 1873, Nov. 14.) 

Sept. 25. Cane rush in the Myers block. 

Sept. 30. The Alpha Phi, Alpha chapter, a ladies* secret society, was 
organized with eleven members.f 

Dec. The class of 1875 adopted a class cane, ebony with ivor>' handle 
and gold band. 



• The first four uumbers of Vol, I. were issued by an association conii)osccl of four mem- 
bers of each class and four each from Upsilon Kappa and Delta Kappu Kpsilon. The re- 
nainder of Vol. I. was issued by two members from each class, and four each from I'psi- 
km Kappa. Delta Kappa Bpsilon and the Alticacum. Vols. II.-VI. were issued by six 
members from the Senior class and six from the Junior class. 

♦ Alpha Phi has now nine chapters including chapters at Northwestern University. 
Baltimore College and Boston University. Membership 832. In 18S9 the local chapter 
erected a chapter houae, the first structure of the kind owned or occupied by a woman's 
wdety. The fraternity publishes the Alpha Phi Quarterly, at present directed by the 
Syracuse chapter; in 1892 issued a song book, and a directory in 1897. The badge is a 
monogram of the letters ** Alpha'* placed above ** Phi.*' The colors are bordeaux and 
silver gray.— ^ai><r# Manual. 



2.6 ANNAI3 

Dec. 27. W. Locke Richardson elected instructor in Elocution. 

Winter, 1872-73. The " Skull and Scroll," a Senior society, was organ- 
ized, consisting of the three members of the class. ( See University 
Herald, I. 57.) 

Winter, 1872-3. Course of six lectures upon the fine arts delivered in 
Wieting opera house under university auspices. The lecturers were Rev. 
H. W. Bellows, D.D., of New York ; President A. D. White, of Cornell; 
Prof. B. Waterhouse Hawkins, of New York ; Rev. William Buttler, D.D., 
of New York ; Dr. C. W. Bennett and Prof. G. F. Comfort, of the University. 

Dec. The Annual, 1872-3, appeared about this time. The catalogue 
showed an attendance of 108. 

1873 

Jan. 25. The students gave a reception to Chancellor Winchell. (Sec 
University Herald, I. 69. ) 

Feb. 12. First Commencement of Medical College. Thesis by H. G. 
Buckingham. Address by Dr. R. W. Pease.* Graduates, M.D., 6. 

Feb. 13. Inauguration of Alexander Winchell, LL.D., as chancellor of 
the I'niversity in Wieting opera house.f 

Feb. A " Syracuse University Glee Club " was organized during this 
year. E. D. Plaisted, '76, was manager. The members were A. B. Randall, 
'76 ; W. II. vShuart, '75 ; W. A. Arnold, '75 ; W\ C. Wilbor, '76 ; C. A. Fow- 
ler, '74 ; E. O. Kinne, '76 ; J. B.p Coit, '75 ; G. F. Hine, '76. 

May I. Hall of Languages occupied for the first time. 

May S. Dedication of the Hall of Languages. Addresses by President 
F. A. P. Barnard of Columbia College, Bishop E. S. Janes, Bishop Jesse T. 
Peck and others. The "Syracuse University Hymn," composed for the 
occasion by Rev. (ieorge I^ansing Taylor, was sung to the air of La Marseil" 
laise. 

June. The college colors were changed to "rose tint and azure," since 
degenerated (?) to " pink and blue ; " still later orange was selected. 

June 22. liaccalaureate address by Chancellor Winchell in First Metho- 
dist church. J Sermon before the " Society of Religious Inquiry," by Rev. 
Ira G. Bidwell in First Presbyterian church. 

June 23. Class day of 1873, consisting of presentation of sun-dial to 
University, planting of class ivy at N.W. angle of Hall of Languages and 
parting address. The first "Elocutionary Rehearsal" was held in univer- 
sity chapel by members of the Sophomore and Freshman classes. The 
first " Calculus Burial " was celebrated by the class of 1875 on the west hill 
of the campus. The oration was delivered by N. M. Wheeler. 

June 24. Meeting of trustees. Committee reported adversely on estab- 
lishment of a "College of Law." The name "College of the University** 
changed to the " College of Liberal Arts." Plan for College of Fine Arts 



♦ This was published in pamphlet form. 

t The entire exercises were published by the University in pamphlet form. 

X This address can be found in Dr. Winchcll's "Reconciliation of Science and Religion.*' 



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27 



tdopted. Annual address before the University by Prof. Moses Coit Tyler, 
in Pljmonth church. 

June 25. Otation before Alumni Association by Rev. John Alabaster, '60. 
Poem by Mrs. Mar>' Green Wood, '56. 

June 26. Second annual Commencement. Programs were printed in 
Ijatin. Orators, G. W. Elliot, R. H. Maclay, M. J. Griffin. Masters* om- 
tions* by C. E. Millspaugh and John S. Morgan. Graduates, A.B., 3. 
ToUl for the year, 9. 

July 14. Messrs. White, Russell, Thayer, Knapp, Ranger and Allewelt 
were elected professors in the College of Fine Arts, and professors in the 
College of Liberal Arts were designated to instruct in their respective de- 
portments. Nine hundred dollars appropriated^for furniture and outfit of 
Collie of Fine Arts. 

Fall. A "Sj-nchronistic View" of the courses of study in the Colleges 
of Liberal and Fine Arts was published about this time. 
Sept. 15. Beginning of third year of college. 

Sept. iS. Inauguration of the College of Fine Arts in the university 
chapel. Addresses were delivered by Rev. George Lansing .Taylor, Rev. 
A. F. Beard. Rev. S. R. Calthrop and Chancellor Winchell. Annoimce- 
mtmts of the College of Fine Arts containing faculty, courses in architect- 
ure and painting, etc., were issued about this time. Rooms 49 and 50 were 
set apart for the use of the new college. 

Oct. 10. A case of hazing by members of the class of 1876 resulting in 
the arrest and trial (?) of several of that class in the police court. 

<^€t. The ** S\Tacuse University Navy '* organized, officered by members 
of the class of 1875. (See University Herald , II. 45. » 

Nov. 14. The Syracuse chapter of Delta Upsilon, a four years* non- 
secret society- , was established in Syracuse University. f (See 1872, Sept.) 

1874 

Jan. 7. Prof. H. N. White resigned and Joseph L. Silsbee was elected 
Piofesftor of Architecture. 

Jan. 14, The Annual for 1873-4 was issued. 

Feb. Second Commencement of Medical College. Thesis by E. A. Ains- 
vorth. Valedictor\- by A. S. Edwards. Address by Dr. John Towler. 
Gndnates, M.D., 9. 

Mar. 26. A college cap was adopted by the students of the University. 
They were first worn April 7, mostly by Sophomores and Freshmen, but 
vere soon discarded. 

Xar.-Apr. A course of four lectures upon the Fine Arts was given by 



* Marten* orations were discontinued after 1873. 

t Delta Upsxix>n was founded in Williams College in 1834 and has thirty-one active 
chtpcers and a mcmberahip of 6275. It has published the Delta Upsilon Quarterly since 
ca&2, aad UieUst general caUlogue of members in 1897. The badge is a raonogfram of the 
kciera, " Delta " over '* UptilonJ'* The colors arc blue and gold.— -ffair^fj Manual. 



28 ANNAI«S 

Prof. George F. Comfort in Park Presbjrterian church. The dates were 
March i6, 23, 30, April 6. 

May. The -Esthetic Society of the College of Fine Arts was organized. 

June 15. First Junior Exhibition in the university chapel by the class 
of 1875. Orators, C. D. Lathrop, N. M. Wheeler, W. A. Wood, W. Colden, 
Kate Hogobooiii, J. B. Coit, M. D. Buck, M. J. Wells, E. W. Goodier. The 
first mock scheme was issued by the class of 1876 at this exhibition. 

June 19. Elocutionary rehearsal by members of the Freshman class, 
followed by the ' ' Calculus Burial ' ' of the class of 1876 in the low ground 
of the campus north-east of the Hall of Languages. The oration was 
delivered by J. D. Phelps. 

June 21. Baccalaureate address* in First Methodist church by Chancellor 
Winchell. Sermon before the Society of Religious Inquiry by Rev. J. P. 
Gulliver, D.D. 

June 22. Anniversary address before the College of Fine Arts in Wieting 
opera house b}' Prof. George F. Comfort. 

June 23. Annual address before the University by Rev. O. H. Tiffany, D.D. 

June 24. Meeting of trustees. E. O. Haven, D.D., LL.D., again elect- 
ed chancellor ; Frank Smalley, '74, elected assistant inChemistr>\ Oration 
before the alumni by Rev. Isaac Gibbard, '59. Poem by Prof. E. D. Blakes- 
lee, '69.+ 

• June 25. Third annual Commencement in Wieting opera house. Pro- 
grams in Latin. Orators : F. S. Porter, E. R. Redhead, Electa B. Whipple, 
Frank Smalley, Mar>' F. Cary, Rena A. Michaels, C. A. Fowler, D. S, 
Kellicott. Graduates : A.B., 6 ; Ph. B., i ; B.S., 1 ; — 8. Total for the year, 17. 

Sept. 15. Inauguration of Rev. Erastus Otis Haven, D.D., LL.D., as 
second chancellor of the University in Wieting opera house. 

Sept. Chapel exercises changed from 8:35 a. m. to 9:35 a. m. 

Nov. II. The Alpha chapter of Gamma Phi Beta, a ladies' secret so- 
ciety, organized. The original members were Frances E. Haven, ' 77, E. 
Addie Curtis, '78, H. M. Dodge, '76, and Minnie A. Bingham, '78.J 

Nov. The Thkta Chi, a local secret society, organized T^-ith seven mem- 
bers. ( See Unwersity Herald^ HI. 45 ; see also 1875, June.) 

1875 

Feb. 14. The class of 1878 indulged in plastering cheap valentines on 
the sidewalks leading to the University and over the front of the Hall of 
Languages. 

Feb. 19. Third annual Commencement of Medical College. Thesis by 
J. R. Eaton ; valedictory by J. M. Jenkins ; address by Dr. H. D. Didama ; 

* This address in published iu " Keconciliation ot Science and Religion." 

+ This poem was printed on a leaflet. 

X Gamma Phi Beta has now eight chapters including chapters at the University of Mich- 
igan, California, Baltimore and Boston; membership 633. The society has published a 
song book and a directory. The badge is a gold monogram of the letters surrounded by 
a crescent of black, enamel, on which is inscribed the letters ** X I, C V." The colora are- 
fawn and seal hvo^w.—Baird's Manual. [The letters are not X I, C V, but the letters of 
the Hebrew word for "four."— Ed.] 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSirV' 29 

graduates, M.D., 12. The gradtiates of Geneva Medical College adopted as 
ilnmni of Syracuse University. 

Spring. A series of '* University Lectures upon Science and Art " were 
delivered by members of the university faculty in the First Presbyterian 
cbnrch. 

Spring. The Gamtna Kappa Pi, a Sophomore society, was organized by 
members of the class of 1878. 

Mar. 31. Second Junior exhibition by the class of 1876 in university 

dapcL Speakers, G. F. Darrow, Clara Bradley, W. H. Hall, H. Hunting- 

ti«, E. O. Kinne, Mattie E. Foote, E. Nottingliani, J. D. Phelps, E. Grace 

Hnbbell, J. T. Roberts. Mock schemes were circulated by the class of 

i?i77, with engraving on stone drawn by one of the members of the class. 

Apr. 5. A circular addressed to members of the Conferences of the M. 
E. Church in New York was issued by Chancellor Haven, containing a 
>titement of the conditio^ of the University. 

May. The first "rush" in the history' of the University occurred 
between the classes of 1877 and 1878. The exercises were in the main hall, 
•modA. floor. 

Jme I. The Zeta Psi, Gamma Chapter, a four years' secret society, was 
organized in Syracuse University by members of Theta Chi.* See Nov., 

Jnnc 8. The Upsilon Kappa became the Pi Cliapter of Psi Upsilon. 
The charter members were J. M. Gilbert, N. M. Wheeler, C. A. Congdon, 
M. D. Buck and \V. H. Shuart, all of the class of 1875.! 

Jane 18. Elocutionar}- rehearsal by the Sophomore class, t followed by 
the calculus burial by the same class, celebrated at the head of University 
Avennc. The oration was delivered by O. A. Mercliant. 

June 20. Sermon before the Society of Religious Inquir}* by Rev. J. F. 
Horn, D.I). 

Jime 21. Class-day exercises by the class of 1875. The class of 1875 
pfoented to the University the large clock in the central tower of the Hall 
of Languages. It also established the custom of " pipe ceremony," which 
«as continued dowTi to the class day of 1884, when the pipe presented by 



"lETA Pai was founded at New York University in 1846. It has now twenty active 
chapters, two being in Canada. It publishes the Zeta Psi Monthly. The general cata- 
lof;«e was issued in 1883 ; the membership is 4827. The badge is a monogram of " Zeta ** 
<^«" the *' AfV the latter bearing a star and Roman fasces, the former bearing an A and 
• drclc. The fraternity color is white. The Syracuse chapter became inactive in 1885. - 
B9ir€$ Manual. 

•P*i Ui*six/>N was founded in Union College Noveml>er, 1833, It has now 21 active 
(lupiersand a membership of 8585. It published the Pti U Diamond 1883-6, and the Psi 
Vptnl«m Review 1895-6. The last catalogue was published in 1889, and the last song lxx)k 
ia i^i. The badge is a diamond t>earing two clasped hands on a black enamel back- 
gnmiad with the letters "/W" above and " Upsilon'" below. The colors are garnet and 
V'M.—Baird's Manual. 

•The Class of 1877 thus held two elocutionary rehearsals, one in 1874 as Freshmen, and 
lit other as abo\'e. Since 1875 the rehearsal has been given by the Sophomore class. 



30 ANNALS 

the class of 1875 was reported as lost. Annual address before the Univer- 
sity by Hon. Dexter A. Hawkins of New York. 

June 22. Oration before the alumni by Rev. J. M. Reid, D.D. Poem by 
M. M. Merrill, '58. 

June 23. Fourth annual Commencement.* The members of the class 
of 1875 presented " Theses " whose titles were published on the commence- 
ment program, but no orations were delivered. Instead the baccalaureate 
address was given by Cliancellor Haven in Wieting opera house, followed 
by the conferring of degrees. Graduates : A.B., 15 ; B.S., 5 ; — 20. B.l*., 1. 
Total for the year 33. 

Sept. 10. A rexnsed " course of study " was published for the College of 
Liberal Arts. 

Winter '75-6. A series of ten university lectures were delivered by 
members of the faculties of all the colleges of the University in Associa- 
tion Hall. 

1876 

Jan. The first edition of the schedule of post-graduate courses was 
published. 

Feb. 10. Fourth Commencement of the College of Medicine at Wieting 
opera house. Thesis by Margaret Stanton ; poem by J. S. Gibbs ; valedic- 
tory by M. K. Reading ; address by Prof. B. B. Stevens. Graduates : 
M.D., 17. 

Feb. 22. The celebration of Washington's birthday occurred at the First 
Presbyterian church under the direction of the Sophomore class. Chan- 
cellor Haven gave his ' ' Centennial Oration. ' ' Comic programs were dis- 
tributed by the class of 1878. 

Mar. 29. Third Junior exhibition by the class of 1877 at the University 
Avenue M. E. church. Speakers: L. M. Underwood, C. M. Moss, C. D. Hol- 
den, R. E. Day, J. W. Taylor, T. D. Worden, A. C. Haven, J. S. Clark, 
R. J. Smith, B. C. Matthews. Mock schemes (coarsely illustrated) were 
distributecl by the Sophomore class. 

May 27. The first *' Field Day " was held at tlie Syracuse driving park. 

Jmie. A request was presented to the faculty from a Senior society, ** The 
Crown and Scepter," asking that certain members of the Junior class be 
recommended for membership in that society to be selected * * on the basis 
of scholarship and literary* attainments." The request was denied. 

June 23. Address before the " Alpha Phi Association " by Miss Francis E. 
Willard in the university chapel. f 

June 24. Elocutionary- rehearsal of Sophomore class in university 
chapel. 

June 25. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in the University 



♦ It will l>e noticed that the Comnicncenieut of 1875 occurred on Wednesday instead of 
Thursday as heretofore ; this practice has since been followed, with some exceptions. 

tThis is the only instance in the history of the University that one of the secret socie- 
ties has been recojjnized in any public manner by the college authorities. 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 3 1 

\veirae M. E. church at 3 p. m. Sermon before the University by Rt. Rew 
F. D. Huntington, S.T.D. 

]Tme 26. Class-day exercises. The class resohnng to meet again in ten 
years, which resolution was fulfilled June, 1886. 

June 27. Oration before the alumni by Prof. J. Dorman Steele, '58. 
Poem by Mrs. B. C. Rude. 

June 27. Calculus burial by the class of 1878 at Oneida lake. This class 
ihos commenced the custom of removing from the University one of the 
interesting features of college life. 

]xme 28. Fifth annual Commencement at Weiting opera house. Orators, 

\V. H. Hall, H. Huntington, Helen M. Dodge, E. O. Kinne, E. Nottingham, 

Ida A. Gilbert, W. Nottingham, J. D. Phelps, Jane S. Higham, J. T. 

Roberts. Graduates: A.B., 18; Ph.B., 8; B.S., 8 ;— 34 ; B.P., 2. Total for 

Iheycar53. 

July-Aug. Normal School of Drawing and I*ainting held in the Univer- 
sity under direction of the faculty of the College of Fine Arts aided by lec- 
turers from abroad. 

July 27. Conference of citizens of Syracuse in the interests of the Medi- 
cal College, held at the Medical College. 

July-Aug. Free loan art exhibition at the University, open for eleven 
weeks during the long vacation. 

Oct. 25. A movement was started in the managing board of the Univer- 
siiy Herald to allow ladies membership in the management. Lost by a 
vote of 4 to 6. 

Nov. 30. Tlianksgiving reception under the auspices of the class of 
1879, ^cld at the University. 

Winter '76-7. Dr. Winchell gave a series of ten lectures on "The Deriv- 
atii-e Origin of Species. ' ' These lectures were given on successive Fridays 
at 12 M., and were largely attended by the pubHc. 

The students formerly denominated *' select " appear for the first time in 
tht Anrtuai as a separate list, denominated "unclassified." 

1877 

Jan. Tlie first number of the '^ Syracuscean,"' student anmuil publica- 
tion, was issued by the A K E and 4^ T fraternities. 

Feb. 13. The College of Missionaries made over their property to the 
University. 

Spring. The Sigfna Delta Nu, a secret Freshman society, was organized 
by members of the class of 1880. (See 1884, spring). 

Mar. The Annual for 1877-8 appeared. 

April-June. A course of twelve lectures on American Pre-Historic 
.Archaeology was deUvered by Wills DeHaas, M.D. 

Apr. 4. Fourtli Junior exhibition* in the university chapel. Speakers: 

•With the claHHof 1878 closed the practice of holding a Junior exhibition by conipetiiivc 
appointment. With the claM of 1879 commenced the practice of holding annually four 
Senior exhibitions in which each memljer of the class appeared in public. 



32 ANNALS 

J. E. Ensign, Kate M. Foster, A. H. Giles, E. L. Harris, Eva L. Harrisoti, 
C. E. Mogg, T. M. Nichols, G. W. Peck, A. T. Sanford, G. W. Weaver. 
Mock schemes were distributed by the class of 1879. 

May 25. Second annual Field Day at Syracuse Driving Park. 

Jime 22. Elocutionary rehearsal by the Sophomore class in the univer- 
sity chapel. 

June 24. Baccalaureate discourse in the University Avenue M. E. church 
at 10:30 A. M. Sermon before the University by Rev. Anson J. Upson, D.D. 

June 25. Class-day exercises in the university chapel. 

June 26. Calculus burial at Skaneateles lake. 

June 26. Oration before the alumni by John S. Morgan, '68. Poem by 
Ida A. Gilbert, ^76. 

June 27. Sixth annual Commencement. Orators : J. S. Clark, R. E. 
Day, Jane M. Bancroft, A. C. Haven, Mary G. Bissell, L. S. Hutchinson, 

B. C. Mathews, R. J. Smith, J. W. Taylor, L. M. Unden^'ood. Graduates : 
A. B., 10 ; Ph.B., II ; B.S., i ; — 22. The College of Fine Arts graduated 3, 
B.P. The College of Medicine, 5, M.D. Total 30. 

Constitution and by-laws of the ^Esthetic Society published. 

June. The dei>artment of music of the College of P^ine Arts established. 
Dr. William Schultze elected professor. The announcements of the coun^ 
in music were distributed during the summer vacation. 

July 2. Curriculum adjusted to the new course in civil engineering. 

Nov. The Euterpe Society was founded in the College of Fine Arts. 

Dec. 20. First musical soiree of the College of Fine Arts held in univer- 
sit>' chapel. 

Winter '77-8. Dr. Winchell gave a course of eight popular lectures 

entitled " Chapters from the Lifetime of a World," on successive Fridays 

at 12 M. 

1878 

Jan. The second number of the Syraaisccan^ student <innua], was pub- 
lishe<l bv the A K E, Z 4^ and ^ T fraternities. 
June I. Third annual Field Day at Newell Park. 
June 13. Sixth Commencement of Medical College. Address by William 

C. Wey, M.D., of Elmira. Graduates, M.D., 14. 

June 21. Elocutionarj' rehearsal of the Sophomore class (1880) in 
university chapel. The Freshmen furnished mock schemes.* Calculus 
burial on the university campus by the class of 1880. The exercises were 
on " Science Hill." T. B. Noss gave the oration. 

June 23. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in the First Presby- 
terian church at 7:30 p. m. 

June 24. Musical soiree at Wieting openi house. 

June 25. Oration before the alumni by Charles H. Fowler, '59 ; poem 
by R. E. Day, '77. 

♦Here commenced the practice of the distribution of mttck schemes by the Freshmen, 
owinj; to the .ilj*3lition of Junior exhi!»itions which had j^iven opjwrtunitics to the 
Sophomores. 



SYRACUSR UNIVERSITY 33 

June 26. Seventh annual Commencement. Orators : C. H. Eggleston, 

KateM. Foster, A. H. Giles, E. L. Harris, R. P. Hollett, C. E. Mogg, G. 

\V. Peck, S. J. Sornberger. Graduates: A.B., 15; Ph.B., 6 ; B. S., i ; C. 

E., 2 ; — 24. In the College of Fine Arts there were 7 graduates, viz.: B.P., 

5; B.M., 2. Total 45 (less 3 who received a second degree — 42). 

Summer? A twelve-page pamphlet setting forth the purpose and claims 
(A S3rTacuse University was issued by Chancellor Haven. 
Fall? The second edition of post-graduate courses was published. 
Fall? A constitution of the *' Students' Association of the College of 
liberal Arts and Fine Arts" was published about this time (pp. 9). F. I. 
Willsea, '79, was instrumental in securing this publication. 

Oct 14. The first number of the Syracusariy a college paper published 
by the A K E, Z ^ and ^ T fraternities, appeared. The University Herald^ 
which had been abandoned by the old association, was continued by an 
association which elected their own successors. This association was largely 
controlled by the A T fraternity. 

Oct. 29. The first Senior exhibition of the class of 1879 was held in the 
university chapel. The succeeding exhibitions were held Dec. 3, Jan. 28, 
and Mar. 18. 

Nov. The students of the University- celebrated the return of Chancellor 
E. 0. Haven from Europe by a torchlight procession, escorting him from the 
station to the Universitv. 

Dec. 18-19. A council in the interests of Syracuse University was held in 
Syracuse. Five sessions were held, partly in Park opera house and partly 
in the university chapel, addressed by various clergymen and laymen. 

1879 

Mar. The third number of the SyraaiSfran, student annual, was pub- 
lished by the A K E, Z ^ and * T fraternities. 

Mar. The Annttai for 1879 issued. The custom of publishing lists of 
pfeparatory students in gymnasia was discontinued. 

May 23. Fourth annual Field Day at the *' Driving Park." 

June ao. Elocutionary rehearsal of the Sophomore class (1881) in the 
University chapel. Mock schemes by the Freshmen. 

June 21. Calculus burial by the Sophomore class in Onondaga I^ake. 

June 22. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in the First Presbyter- 
ian church, at 7:30 p. M. 

June 23. Class-day exercises in the university chapel. 

June 23. Musical soiree at the Weiting opera house. Graduates : B.M. , 3. 

June 24. Oration before the alumni by Rev. Jabez R. Jaques, D.D., '54. 
Poem by J. Scott Clark, '77. 

June 23-25. Annual exhibition of the College of Fine Arts. The first 
<^atalogue of the art exhibit was printed this year — 100 entries. Graduates : 
BAr., 2; B.P.. 4. 

June 25. Eighth annual Commencement in university chapel. No 
nations. Address by Rev. J. Jermain Porter, D.D. Graduates: A.B., 16; 



34 ANNAI^ 

Ph.B., II ; B.S., 2 ; B.C.E., 7 ;— 36. The graduates in the College of Medi- 
cine again took degrees without a separate commencement, viz.: M.D., 5. 
Total 50 (less 4—46). 

Winter '79-80. Senior exhibitions were held as follows : Oct. 28, Dec. 
9, Jan. 27, Mar. 16. 

1880 

Jan. The fourth number of the Syracusa^an, student annual, appeared^ 
published by the A K E, Z 4^ and ^ T fraternities. 

Feb.-Apr. A series of three university concerts were held as follows : 
(i) Feb. 16, in Fourth Presbj'terian church; (2) Mar. 15, in University 
Avenue M. E. church ; (3) Apr. 20, in the Unitarian church. 

May 21. Fifth annual Field Day at the Syracuse Driving Park. 

June 10. Eighth Commencement of the College of Medicine. Gradu- 
ates, M.D., 6. 

June 25. University organ recital at the Fourth Presbyterian church. 
Calculus burial at Skaneatelas lake. 

June 27. Baccalaureate sennon by the cliancellor in the First Presby- 
terian church, at 7:30 p. M. 

June 28. Annual musical soiree in Wieting opera house. Graduates^ 
B.M., 5. 

June 29-30. Exhibition of works of art in College of Fine Arts ; 93 
entries. Graduates: B.Ar., i ; B.P., 3. 

June 29. Oration before the alumni by Rev. C. C. Wilbor, '66 ; poem by 
Prof. J. D. Phelps, '76. 

June 30. Ninth annual Commencement in Wieting opera house. No 
orations. Address by Rev. A. F. Beard, D.D. Graduates: A.B., 14; 
Ph.B., 3 ; B.S., 4 ; B.C.E., 2 ;— 23. Total 38 (less 2—36). 

July. By-laws of Syracuse University revised and published ; pamph- 
let, 8 pp. 

Winter '80-81. A series of six Fine Art soirees, consisting of lectures by 
members of the faculty and rendering of classical music were given in 
Chase music hall as follows : Nov. 23, Dec. 14, 1880, Jan. 18, Feb. i, Mar. i. 
Mar. 22, 1 881. 

Senior exhibitions were held Nov. 9, Nov. 30, Feb. 8 and Mar. 8. . 

1881 

Feb. The fifth number of the Syrantscran ap])eared, published by the 
A K E, Z 4' and 4' T fraternities. 

Apr. 4. Circular address to friends of education issued by Prof. George F. 
Comfort, relating to the cultivation of the Fine Arts. 

Apr. 8. Four students suspended for engaging in " hazing." 

May 27. Sixth annual Field Day. 

June 9. Ninth Commencement College of Medicine in Wieting opera 
house. Address by Geo. F. Shrady, M.D., of New York city. Graduates, 
M.D., 21. 

June 23. EhKrutioiiary reliearsal by the Sophomore class in the univer- 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 35 

9ty chapel. The Freshmen famished mock schemes and created much 
disturbance during the exercises. 
Jime 24. Calculus burial at Skaneateles lake. 

Jnne 25. Organ concert by College of Fine Arts in Fourth Presbyterian 
church. 

June 26. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in the University Ave- 
nue M. E. church at 10:50 a. m. Address before the Y. M. C. A. of the 
University in First Presbjrterian church, by Rev. Nelson Millard, D.D. 

June 27. Class-day exercises. Musical soiree in Wieting opera house. 
Graduates, B. M., 6. 

June 27-29. Annual exhibition of works of art in College of Fine Arts, 
113 enterics. Catalogue for this year was published with the prospectus of 
•*Tbc College Art Review.'* Graduates, B. Ar., 4 ; B.P., 4. 

]ime28. Inauguration of Rev. Charles N. Sims, D.D., as third chancel- 
lOTof the University, in the University Avenue M. E. church. 

June 29. Tenth annual Commencement at Wieting opera house. Ora- 
tors, E. H. Brown, S. H. Cook, F. H. Howard, Edith E. Clarke, G. E. 
Hutchings, Helen E. Gere, W. B. Konkle, B. McDowell, Carrie I. Shevel- 
son, Adelaide L. Vincent, D. E. Smith. Graduates ; A.B., 21 ; Ph.B., 9; 
B.S., I ;— 31. Total 66 (less 1—65). 

Winter '81-2. A series of ten organ recitals were given at the Fourth 
Presbyterian church by Prof. I. V. Flagler. 
Senior exhibitions were held Oct. 25, Nov. 29, Feb. 7, and Mar. 7. 

18811 

Jan. 18. A revised set of rules was published at this date. Supplemen- 
tary examinations introduced. A fee of three dollars charged for special 

examinations. Requirements for rank made more rigid. 
Feb. 27. The •* Syracuse University Chorus," consisting of students of 

the College of Fine Arts, rendered the Messiah at the Fourth Presbyterian 
church. 

Mar. 13. "Grand Organ Concert" given in the Fourth Presbyterian 
chnrch under direction of musical faculty. 

May. The Sigma Psi, a local secret society, was organized in Syracuse 
University. 

May 26. Seventh annual Field Day. 

June I. Commencement organ recital of College of Fine Arts, in 
Fourth Presbyterian church. 

June 8. Tenth Commencement of the College of Medicine in Grand 
opera house. Address by William S. Ely, M.D. Graduates, M.D., 11. 

June 22. Elocutionary rehearsal of Sophomore class (1884), in university 
chapel. The class of 1885 instead of mock schemes presented a statement 
of their principles of ** non-retaliation." 

June 23. Calculus burial by class of 1884 at Skaneateles lake. 

June 25. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in University Avenue 



36 ANNALS 

M. E. church, at 10:30 a. m. Address before Y. M. C. A. of the University 
by Rev. Norman Seaver, D.D., in the First Presbyterian church. 

June 26. Class-day exercises. Annual musical soiree of the College of 
Fine Arts in Grand opera house. Graduates : B.M., 2. 

June 26-29. Annual exhibition of works of art by College of Fine Arts. 
Catalogue with 135 entries. Graduates : B.Ar., i ; B.P., 3. 

June 27. Oration before the alumni by Rev. C. W. Wincliester, '67. 
Poem by Prof. X. M. Wheeler, '75. Alumni banquet at the Hotel Bums at 
8 p. M. 

June 28. Eleventh annual Commencement. Orators : G. W. Cook, H. A. 
Dickinson, L. E. Fuller, F. W. Hemenway, Miss A. E. Clark, W. C. 
Kitchin, N. Knight, Miss B. Holden, B. H. Requa, L. H. Vincent. Gradu- 
ates : A.B., 21 ; Ph.B., 5 ; B.S., 4; B.C.E., i ; — 31. Total 48 (less 2 — ^46). 

Dec. 12. " First Chamber Concert " of a series of five under the auspices 
of the Euterpe Society held in the Fourth Presbyterian church. 

Winter '82-3. A second series of organ recitals ( 10 ) were held in the 
Fourth Presbyterian church by Prof. I. \'. Flagler. The dates of the re- 
citals were Nov. 6, Nov. 20, Dec. 4, 1882 ; Jan. 15, Jan. 22, Feb. 5, Feb. 19, 
Mar. 5, Mar. 19, Apr. 2, 1883. 

Senior exhibitions were held Nov. 9, Dec. 14, Feb. 12 and Mar. 6. 

1883 

Jan.? The third edition of post-graduate courses was published. Courses 
in English Literature, Philosophy, Christian Evidences and Political Science 
were added. 

Jan. II. A " Second Subscription Concert" of a series of five under the 
auspices of the Euterpe Society in Association Hall. 

Mar. The first number of the Otiondaj^aii ^ student annual, appeared, 
published by the A K E and ^ T fraternities. 

Mar. 12. An orgkn concert of the College of Fine Arts was held at the 
Fourtli Presb>'lerian church. 

May. Eighth annual Field Day. 

May 29. A musical entertainment was held at the University Avenue 
M. E. church at which Miss Kate Stark of New York first appeared before 
a Syracuse audience. 

June 14. Commencement of the College of Medicine in Wieting opera 
house. Address by Prof. D. B. St. John Rossa, M.D. Graduates : M.D., 12. 

June 21. Elocutional y rehearsal of the Sophomore class in the Univer- 
sity Avenue M. E. church. 

Jime 22. Calculus burial by the Sophomore class at Skaneateles lake. 
A. H. Meads delivered the funeral oration. 

June 25-2S. An art exhibition to celebrate the first decennium of the 
-.T^sthetic Societv was held at the Universitv. 

June 24. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in the University 
Avenue M. E. church. Address before the Y. M. C. A. of the University 
by Rev. J. M. Reid, D.D., LrL.D.. in the I'irst Presbyterian church. 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 37 

Jane 35. Class-day exercises in university chapel. Annual musical 
soiree in Grand opera house. Graduates : B.M., 3. 

Jane 25-2S. Annual exhibition of works of art at the University. Cata- 
Iqg:Dewith 203 entries. Graduates: B.P., 3. 

Jimc 26. Address before the alunmi by Rev. E. DeWitt Huntley, '66. 
Poem by Sarah Ford Crosby, '63. Alumni banquet at Hotel Burns at 8 p.m. 

June 27. Twelfth annual Commencement at the Wieting opera house. 
Orators : J. D. Jameson, Miss M. E. Griffin, H. N. Marvin, E. A. Hill, Miss 
F. C. Schoecraft, C. F. Sitterly, G. E. Zartman, Miss C. Ford, W. W. 
Walsworth, Miss M. S. Clark, J. S. Gibson. Graduates : A.B., 15 ; Ph.B., 
I J :— 26. Total 44 (less i — 43). 

C>ct. 19. The Kappa Kappa Gamma, Tau chapter, a four years' ladies' 
senct society, was established in Syracuse University. The charter mem- 
b«s were Hattie A. Blakeslee, '84 ; Ella S. Blakeslee, '85 ; Carrie R. Fisher, 
'S5; Ida E. Goldman, '85; Nellie Ford, '86; Lizzie Guibault, '86; Ida M. 
Steingrebc, '86.* 

Fall. The Kappa Delta, a local secret society, was organized. (See 
Apr.. 1SH4.) 

Winter 'S3-4. Senior exhibitions were held Nov. 13, Dec. 11, Feb. 12 
iiviMar. 11. 

1884 

Jan. The Agassiz Society, for the study of microscopy and natural his- 
iwy, was organized. 

Feb. 26. Vniversitj' concert was given by the faculty of the College of 
Fine .\rts in Association Hall. 

Spring? A case of hazing having resulted in the "burial of Sigma 
Delta Nu," the Kappa Gafnma^ Beta chapter, a secret P'reshman society 
Wte organized. 

Apr. iS. The Phi Kappa Psi, New York Beta chapter, a four years* 
«cret society, was established witli thirteen members of Kappa Delta.f 

Apr. The ** Underwood Herbarium " was presented during the year and 
iaiitable case was prepared for its reception. The " Banks Collection " of 
Kids, 350 specimens, was also added to the museum. 

Hay. An appeal to the alumni in the Interest of the Alumni Endowment 

*Kaita Kappa Gamma was founded in Monmouth College. Oct. 13, 1870. It has now 
T; acthre chapters, and 2937 members. It publishes a quarterly magazine, The Golden 
^O^ i««oed by Cornell chai>ter ; the first journal published by a women's fraternity. In 
^397 the third edition of the song book was issued. Three catalogues have been pub- 
^l»ed. The badge is a golden key bearing on the stem "KK 1," and on the ward 

i .*". O " in enamel. The colors are shades of light and dark XAxitt.—Baird't Manual. 

*PRI Kappa Psi was founded at Jefferson College in February, 1852. It has now thirty- 
eifflit active chapters widely distributed and a membership of 7435. It publishes a quar- 
terly called The Shield. The last catalogue of members was published in 1894. The badge 
■ 1 fhield of gold, displaying at the top an eye, on each side of which is a star ; about the 
«i<Wle are the letters and beneath, an antique lamp. The fraternity colors are lavender 
iad piak.-i9«>>tf*x Manual. 



38 ANNAI3 

Fund was issued, signed by Smalley, '74, Osbon, '76, Gilbert, '75, Mor- 
gan, '70, and Hard, '63. 

May 23. Ninth annual Field Day at Tallman Park. 

June. The constitution of the Agassiz Society was published in pam- 
phlet form. 

June. The second number of the Onondagau^ student annual, was pub- 
lished by the Junior class ( 1885). Steel plates first appeared in this issue 
and the size of page was increased. 

June I. Organ recital by Prof. I. V. Flagler. 

June 12. Commencement of the College of Medicine in Grand opera 
house. Address by Rev. S. R. Calthrop. Graduates: M.D., 11. 

June 19. Elocutionary rehearsal of the Sophomore class in the Univer- 
sity Avenue M. E. church. 

June 20. Calculus burial by the Sophomore class at Skaneateles lake. 
C. E. Hamilton delivered the oration. 

June 22. Baccalaureate sennon by the chancellor in the University 
Avenue M. E. church. Address before the Y. M. C. A. by Rev. W. F. 
Warren, S.T.D.,LL.D., in the First Presbyterian church. 

June 23. Class-day exercises in the university chapel. Annual musical 
soiree in the Grand opera house. Graduates : B.M., 4. 

June 23-26. Annual exhibition of works of art at the University. 
Catalogue with 282 entries. Graduates : B.Ar., i ; B.P.,4. 

June 24. Alumni banquet at the Empire House at 6:30 p. m. Poem by 
May Morse, •81. 

June 25. Thirteenth animal Commencement at the Grand opera house. 
Orators : E. S. Tipple, M. K. Barnum, Miss A. G. Wirt, C. M. Eddy, A. E. 
Brigden, F. R. Walker, A. Broadway, H. L. Taylor, J. T. D. Fischer, A. 
Copeland. Graduates : A.B., 12 ; Ph.B., 8 ; B.S., 2 ; B.C.E., 3 ;— 25. Total 
45 (less 4—41). 

Oct. A four-page circular was issued by the chancellor setting forth the 
status and needs of the University. The assets were announced as follows: 
grounds and buildings, $212,000; productive endowment, $233,190; unpro- 
ductive endowment, $94,800. The current income was stated at $34,920, 
and the current expenses at $40,200. 

Winter ? The fourth edition of post-graduate courses of study was pub- 
lished. A course in Botany was added. 

Winter '84-5. Senior exhibitions were held Nov. 11, Dec. 9, Feb. 3, and 
Mar. 3. 

1885 

Jan. 16. Grand concert for the inaugumtion of the new organ in the 
chapel of the University. 

Apr. The third number of the Onondagan, student annual, was pub- 
lished by the Junior class. 

May 22. Tenth annual Field Day at Tallman Park. 

Spring? A pamphlet containing the programs of recitals and soirees 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 59 

given by the musical department of the College of Fine Arts 1878- 1885 w*s 
published, pp. 64. 

June II. Commencement of the College of Medicine in Wieting opera 
bonse. Address by Hon. Charles E. Fitch. Graduates, M.D., 11. 

Jane 28. Elocutionary rehearsal of the Sophomore class at the University 
.\venuc M. E. church. Hand bills and mock schemes were distributed by 
the class of '88. 
June 19. Calculus burial by the Sophomore class at Skaneateles lake. 
Jnne 21. Baccalaureate sermon by the chancellor in the University A vc- 
Tjuc M. E. church. Address before the Y. M. C. A., of the University by 
RcT. Henry Graham, D.I)., in the First Presbyterian church. 

Jnne 22. Annual musical soiree in the university chapel. Graduates, 
B.M.. 5. 

Jnne 22-24. Annual exhibition of works of art at the University. Cata- 
If^aewith 758 entries. Graduates, B.P., 6. 

Jnne 23. Oration before the alumni by J. T>. Phelps, ' 76. Poem by F. 
N. Wescott, ' 79. 

Jaoe 24. Fourteenth annual Commencement at the Wieting opera 
bonse. Orators : H. A. Crane, C. O. Dewey, Miss N. Ford, S. G. Harris, 
H. .\. Peck, F. H. Wood, A. H. Meads, Miss 1. E. Goldman, J. D. Stay, E. 
Wiseman. Graduates : A.B., 25 : Ph.B., 5 ; B.S., 3 ;— 33. Total 55. 

-Nov. 3.' A new schedule of regulations issued. Supplementary examin- 
ations arranged to follow instead of precede the term examinations. 
^dents absent from a subject more than one-eighth the whole number of 
recitations required to take a more extended examination. Seniors 
rwjnired to be present during the entire third term of the year. 

Winter ' 85-6. Senior exhibitions were held Nov. 10, Dec. S, Feb. 2 and 
Mar. 2. 

1886 
Feb. Bulletin No. i of the Biological Laboratory published ; pamphlet, 

PP-34. 

May. The fourth number of the Onottda^atty student annual, was pub- 
lished by the A T, *• T and S "^ fraternities. 

May. The fifth edition of post-graduate courses of study was published. 

May 10. The old shed in the rear of the Hall of Languages known as the 
" l?ymnasium , ' * was destroyed by fire. 

May 18. Concert given by the '* Cecilia Club" of Syracuse University in 
Mnsic Hall. 

May 21. Eleventh annual Field Day at Syracuse Driving Park. 

May. New courses of study for College of Liberal Arts published. The 
work of the Freshman and Sophomore years lightened. Biology added as 
a required study, and the work in Zoology and Botany made uniform, con- 
secutive, more extended and elective in all the courses. Some new electives 
were added elsewhere to the courses. 

Jnne 10. Comniencement of the College of Medicine in Wieting opera 
honse. Address by Rev. A. F. Beard, D.D. Graduates : M.D., 11. 



40 ANNAI«S 

June 17. Elocutionary rehearsal of the Sophomore class in the Univer- 
sity Avenue M. £. church. The class of 1889 furnished mock schemes for 
the occasion. 

June 18. Calculus burial by Sophomore class at Skaneateles lake. F. D. 
Leete delivered the oration. 

June 20. Baccalaureate sermon by the cliancellor in the University Ave- 
nue M. E. church. Address before the Y. M. C. A. of the University by 
Rev. Charles J. Little, LI^.D., in the First Presbyterian church. 

June 21. Class-day exercises in the university cliapel. Annual musical 
soiree in the university chapel. Graduates, B.M., i. 

June 21-23. Annual exhibition of works of art at the University. Cata- 
logue with 500 entries. Graduates, B.P., 5. 

June 22. Oration before the alumni by W. R. Benham, *66. Poem by 
Nellie George Hollett, '79. The comer stone of the chapter house of the 
Alpha Phi society was laid by Chancellor Sims and Prof. W. P. Coddington. 

June 23. Fifteenth annual Commencement, at Wieting opera house. 
Orators : W. G. Atwell, M. N. Frantz, Miss B. M. Bannister, G. W. May, 
F. B. Price, R. H. Shoemaker, Miss M. A. Fuller, F. T. Keeney, Miss E. 
Peny, W. A. Wilson. Graduates: A.B., 28; Ph.B., 5; B.S., 1 ; B.C.E., 2; 
—36. Total 53 (less 4—49)- 

Aug. The central tower of the Hall of Languages was erected. 

Sept. 23. Joint reception given by Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. in 
university parlors. 

Oct. II. Third annual inaugural meeting and reception of the Agassiz 
Society. 

Oct. 19. Rev. Dr. R. H. Robinson, trustee and benefactor of the Univer- 
sity, died. 

Nov. 8. First Senior exhibition. 

Nov. II. Concert by Euterpe Society at Music Hall. 

Nov. 24. First annual soiree of the Central New York Microscopical 
Club at Greyhound Hall. Exhibitions in microscopy by Drs. J. J. Brown 
and L. M. Underwood ; also by Drs. Sears and A. C. Mercer. The *88 
Onondagan board consisted of H. H. Hawkins, editor-in-chief ; W. P. 
Westfall, business manager ; F. C. Lyford, N. E. Hulbert and G. V. 
Sackett. 

Dec. 6. Second Senior exhibition. Daily religious meetings during 
week of prayer and following week, attended by several conversions. 

Dec. 17. First banquet given in New York city to alimini and friends of 
Syracuse University by Mr. F. E. Trowbridge at Windsor Hotel. Bishop 
Harris, Chancellor Sims and several members of faculty and Board of 
Trustees present. 

1887 

Jan. Art exhibition by College of Fine Arts. Sixteenth Annual of the 
University appeared. Freshman work in the classical and Latin scientific 
courses reduced to sixteen hours. Change in conditions of admission. 



SYRACUSE UNIVXRSITY 41 

Students, 437. Alumni Record 0/ Syracuse University i^whM^WeA. Fresh- 
man Glee Club organized. Syracuse chapter of Zeta Psi returned its char- 
ter to the Grand chapter. 
Jan. 18. Semi-anniial meeting of trustees. 
Jan. 20. Meeting of Agassiz Society. 
Jan. 25. Meeting of ^^isthetic Society. 

Jan. 27. Day of prayer for colleges observed. Address by Rev. C. C. 
Wilbor. 

Jan. 2S. Convention of New York Intercollegiate Athletic Association at 
at Globe Hotel. Columbia admitted. Syracuse to have the field day May 
25. J. S. Bovingdon, president for the year ; F. J. Holzwarth, secretar>-. 
Feb. I. Euterpe met. 
Feb. 3. Third Senior exhibition. 

Feb. 7. The local society known iis Sigma Psi granted a charter from 
Phi Delta Theta.* 

Feb. 21. Reception by Gamma Phi Beta at home of Mr. M. C. Palmer, 
Saath Onondaga street. 

Feb. 22. Reception by Alpha Phi at the chapter house on University 
Place. 

Mar. Concert by musical Faculty of College of Fine Arts. Features 
were an organ duet by Miss French and Prof. Parker, and the playing of 
Dr. Schultze. Syracuse chapter of Delta Upsilon purchased house on 
Ostrom Avenue. A full set of 180 large octavo volumes of the Turin edition 
of the I^tin Classics ordered from Italy for the library. 
Mar. 3. Fourth Senior exhibition. Euterpe met. 
Mar. 8. .Esthetic Society met. 
Mar. 14. Meeting of Agassiz Society. 
Mar. 15. Chancellor tendered reception to Seniors. 
Mar. 21. Concert by musical students of College of Fine Arts. 
Mar. 22. Chancellor gave reception to Juniors. 
Apr. University Glee Club re-organized. 

Apr. II. Annoimcement of establishment of a lecture system in Theistic 
Science, through the liberality of Mrs. J. Dorman Steele. (Esther B. 
Steele.) 
Apr. 12. Concert by Cecilia Club in Music Hall. 
Apr. 19. Chancellor entertained Sophomores. 
Apr. 25. Chancellor entertained Freshmen. 

May. A force of workmen improved the campus. A German club and 
two French clubs were formed. 
May 3. Euterpe met ; also .^^thetic Society. 

*Thi» fraternity was founded at Miami University, 26 Dec. 184S. It has 63 active chair- 
ten, and a membership of 9609. It is the only fraternity instituting bicameral chaptei s 
in the same institution. It publishes a quarterly, The Scroll of Phi Delta Theta; has 
P«bli»hed six editions of the catalogue and five editions of the song book. The badge 
consists of a shield with a scroll bearing the letters "♦A 9" in the lower part, and a 
radiated eye in the upper part ; in addition a sword is attached to the shield by a chain 
Tbeoolors are argent and azure.— AatVifj Afanual. 



42 annaj:^ 

May 4. Fifth number of Onondagan, students* annual by Junior claM, 
appeared. 

May 12. Twelfth annual Field Day at the Driving Park. 

May 13. Reception by Delta Upsilon at the opening of the new chapter 
house. 

May 18. Meeting of Euterpe, and of the -^thetic Society (23d). 

May 25. Introduction of '* mortar-boards ** by Freshman class. 

May 25. Inter-collegiate Field Day at Tallman Park. Cornell won 12 
first prizes out of 15, Syracuse i, Union i, Hamilton i. Cornell won 5 
seconds, Syracuse 5, Hamilton 4, Hobart i. Prizes were awarded at a con- 
cert by the University Glee Club, at Wieting opera house in the evening. 

May. Purchase of Von Ranke library-. 

May 31. Excitement over underclassmen appearing in '* tiles ; " smash- 
ing of hats. 

June 10. Alumni of Medical College held their annual meeting in after- 
noon. Commencement exercises of Medical College in evening. Address 
by Rev. G. B. Spaulding, D.D. Alumni banquet at Vanderbilt. M.D., 9. 

June 16. Elocutionary rehearsal by Sophomore class in University Avenue 
M. E. church. The Freshmen managed to set an electric bell ringing in 
the organ. 

June 17. Calculus burial by Sophomore class at Skaneateles lake. 

June 19. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor in the University Avenue 
M. E. church. In evening annual address before the College Christian 
Associations by Rev. John R. Thompson, of New York City, In First Presby- 
terian church. 

June 20-22. Annual Exhibition of works of art at University. B.P.,2. 

June 20. Class-day exercises in University chapel. Annual musical 
soiree in University chapel. Graduates, B.M., 4. 

June 21. Annual banquet and literary exercises of the Alumni Asso- 
ciation. Oration by Wm. Nottingham, '76. Poem by Wm. Abbott Wil- 
son, '86. 

June 22. Sixteenth annual Commencement at Wieting opera house. 
Orators : E. H. Sanford, Lizzie S. Bridgeford, Josiah H. Lynch, Mary S. 
Allis, John S. Bovingdon, Eliza Leyden, Geo. W. Kennedy, Carrie E. Saw- 
yer, Hamilton Terry, Mary L. Collins, Frank W. Merrick. Graduates: 
A.B., 20 ; Ph.B., 7 ; B. S., 3 ; B.C.E., 2 ; — 32. Total 47 (less 2-45). Chan- 
cellor's Levee in University parlors in evening. 

Oct. 5. Student recital. 

Oct. 18. -Esthetic Society meeting. Death of Dr. Hyde, Dean of College 
of Medicine. 

Oct. 20. Freshman Literar\' at Fayetteville. 

Oct. 25. Euterpe meeting. 

Nov. 10. Sophomore Literary. 

Nov. 17. First exhibition by Senior class. Exhibitions also held on 
January 12 ( 1888), February 9 and March 8. 

Nov. 18. Dedicatory exercises of Holden Observatory. Address by 



SXRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 43 

Sifflon Newcomb, LIr.I>., Washington D. C. Presentation by B. F. Holden. 
Dedication by Chancellor Sims. 

Nov. 21. Junior Literary. 

Dec. Announcement of gift of $30,000 by Rev. Hiram Gee, of Ithaca, 
N. Y., to establish a lectureship in Social Ethics. Seventeenth Annual 
appears. Increase in number of students, 58; in property $300,000. 
University Senate organized. 

Dec. 8. Freshmen's second Literary. 

Dec. 12. ' * Residents Graduates' Club of Syracuse University ' ' founded at 
a meeting of resident alumni of the University held at the Medical College. 

Dec. 13. First issue of the University News, a bi-weekly ; became a 
weekly, June 4, 1888. 

Dec. 19. Buterpe meeting. 

z888 

Jan. Anti-saloon Republican Club organized. 

Jan. 12. Exhibition of second division of Senior class. 

Jan. 17. Semi-annual meeting of trustees. 

Jan. 19. Chancellor entertained Seniors. 

Jan. 26. Day of prayer for colleges observed. Address by Rev. S. T. Ford. 

Jan. 31. Euterpe met. 

Feb. 9. Exhibition of third division of Senior class. 

Feb. 16. Euterpe met ; also j^thetic Society. 

Feb. 21-22. Alexander Winchell, LL.D., Ex-Chancellor, lectured in J. 
Donnan Steele lectureship. 

Mar. I. Third Freshman Literary. 

Mar. 19. Concert by Fine Arts students. 

Mar. 28. Chancellor received Juniors. 

Apr. 3-^. Phi Kappa Psi district convention held with Syracuse chapter. 

Apr. 17. Chancellor received Sophomores. 

Apr. 23. Chancellor received Freshmen. 

Apr. 24-25. Two lectures in J. Dorman Steele course by Bishop Foster. 

May I. Junior Hat exhibition. 

May 10. '89 Onondagan issued. Bocu'd — E. C. Countryman, L. L. Rodg- 
ers, F. J. Farrington, E. M. Sanford, B. B. Brackett. 

May 12. Thirteenth annual inter-class Field Day at Syracuse Driving 
Park. 

May 18. Alumni dinner at Clarke's in New York City. 

May 25. Intercollegiate Field Day at Rochester. Pennant won by Syra- 
<^^^se, 45 points ; Hobart, 20 points ; Hamilton, 13 points ; Union, 13 points. 

May 29. Reception by Y. W. C. A. in University parlors. 

June 6. Laying of comer stone of John Crouse Memorial College. 
Addresses by Bishop H. W. Warren, Hon. Andrew D. White and U. S. 
Senator Frank Hiscock. 

June 14. Commencement exercises of the College of Medicine. Oration 
by Hon. Channcey M. Depew. Graduates, M.D., 9. 



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June 22. Calculiis burial by Sophomore class at Oneida lake. Oration 
by G. K. Statham. 

June 24. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor, in University Avenue 
M. E. church. Address before Christian Associations in evening by George 
Lansing Taylor, D.D. 

June 25-27. Annual exhibition of works of art in Fine Arts College 
B.P., 4; B.Ar., I. 

June 25. Laying of corner stone of Von Ranke library building. Class- 
day exercises in University cliapel. Musical soiree by College of Fine Arts. 
Graduates, B.M., 2. 

June 26. Annual meeting of Board of Trustees. Annual meeting of 
Alumni Association. Banquet and literar}- exercises of the Alumni Associa- 
tion. Oration by G. Van Alstyne. Poem by Rena Michaels. 

June 27. Seventeenth annual Commencement at Wieting opera house. 
Orators : F. G. Banister, Marj' F. Call, H. G. Rowland, M. R. Sanford, 
L. C. Pierce, Elizabeth L. Foote, W. P. Westfall, H. L. Rixon, Eva D. C. 
Potter, M. J. Fletcher. Graduates: A.B., 16; Ph.B., 9; B.S., 8; B.C.E., 
3 ; — 36. Total 52 (less i — 51). Chancellor's Levee in University parlors. 

Summer. Several hundred volumes presented the University from the 
librarj' of the late Dr. Jacob Hunt, Utica. 

Sept. 18. Salting of Freshmen by Sophomores. 

Sept. 20. Reception of Freshmen by Sophomores. 

Sept. 25. Cane rush by lower classes. 

Sept. 26. Dr. Wm. H. Schultze, Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Music, was taken ill at recital and died shortly after being taken to Chan- 
cellor Sims' residence. 

Sept. 27. Memorial exercises in chapel. 

Sept. 28. Funeral services of Dr. Schultze in University chapel. 

Oct. 2. Joint reception given by Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. 

Oct. 3. Freshmen held Literary. 

Oct. Three hundred volumes presented to the library by Rev. J. M. Reid. 

Nov. 20-21. Two lectures in course in Theistic Science given in Univer- 
sity chapel by Bishop Randolph Foster. 

Nov. 22. First Senior exhibition. 

Dec. 5. Organ Recital. 

Dec. 6. Freshmen Literary. 

Dec. 13. Second Senior exhibition. 

Dec. 17. Euterpe Concert in Music Hall. 

Dec. New .hntual appeared; 588 students. 

1889 

Jan. 13. Semi-annual meeting of trustees. Eugene Haanel, Ph.D., elec- 
ted to J. Dorman Steele Professorship of Theistic Science. H.O.Sibley, 
appointed librarian of VonRanke library. Central and Western New York 
branch of the Associate of Collegiate Alumnae organized ; Miss Carrie 
Sawyer ' 87, president. Glee Club concert in Music Hall. 



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Jan« 29. Second concert under auspices of Euterpe given in Y. M. C. A. 
Music Hall. 

]an. 31. Day of prayer for colleges observed. Address by Dr. L. M. 
Yemon. 
Feb. Organ ordered from Roosevelt for C rouse Hall, to cost 1 15, 000. 
Feb. 7. Third Senior exhibition in chapel. 
Feb. 21. Concert in Music Hall by University Glee Club. 
Feb. -Mar. Beta Delta Beta Freshman secret society organized. 
Feb.-Mar. Junior society, Corpse and Coffin, organized. 
Mar. 4. Third concert in Music Hall under the auspices of Euterpe. 
Mar. 7. Fourth concert in Music Hall under the auspices of Euterpe. 
Mar. 12. Musical concert given by Musical Faculty, Glee Club, Cecilia 
Club and mixed chorus for the benefit of the .\thletic Association. 
Mar. 14. Fourth Senior exhibition. 
Mar. 19. Junior ball. 

Mar. 28. Fifth concert in Music Hall, under auspices of Euterpe. 
Apr. j-4. Phi Kappa Psi held district convention at Leland House. 
.\pr. 17. '• The Black Friars,'* Senior society, organized. Beta Epsilon 
chapter of Beta Theta Pi * established in Syracuse University . 

Apr. 21. John P. Griffin , former Registrar and Receiver of the University, 
<iied. Philo Remington, trustee, died. 
Spring. '* Jolly Crew," social club, organized. 

May. Chime of bells, costing |6,ooo, placed in belfry of John Crouse 
college. Gift of Mr. Crouse. 

May 6. The moving of the Von Ranke library into new building complet- 
^- Library contains in all about 20,000 books. 
May 18. Field Day held at Syracuse Driving Park. 
May 25. Onondagan of the Class of '90, issued. Board, J. S. Clark, W. 
E. Palmer, O. C. Mirteenes, A. G. Vrcdenburg, iF. J. Marion, H. L. 
Church. 
Jone 4. Chancellor received Seniors. 

Jnne 13. Meeting of Alumni of College of Medicine. 3 p. m. , Com- 
mencement of College of Medicine in Wieting opera house. Address by 
Chancellor Sims. Graduates, M.D., 4. 
Jane 21. Calculus burial by Sophomore class at Skaneateles lake. 
Jnne 23. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor Sims in University Ave. 
M. E. church. Address in evening before Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., by J. 
W. Bashford, D.D., in First Presbyterian church. 

June 24-26. Annual exhibition in Hall of Languages of works of art 
of the CoUege of Fine Arts. B. P. , 2. 

•ThU fraternity was founded at Miami University, in 1839; it has 62 active chapters 
••'aneinbcrshipof 10,577. It has published since 1872 the monthly, ^^/a Theta Pi; has 
PBbtisbed eight editions of the song book and six editions of the catalogue. The badge 
***& eight-sided shield bearing "B 9 II " on a field of black enamel ; below is placed 

•*'^," above a wreath in greenish gold encircling a diamond, and at the top of the 
^'"Jje three stars in gold. There is ^n authorized secondary badge differing somewhat, 
^colors are light shades of pink and blue.— ^aii^f j Manual. 



46 ANNAI^ 

Jnne 24. Dedication of the Von Ranke library building. Address by Dr. 
Geo. R. Crooks, of Drew Theological Seminary. Class-day exercises. 
Annual musical soiree of College of Fine Arts in the chapel. Graduates, 
B.M., 3. 

June 25. Annual meeting of Board of Trustees. Crouse college building 
l>eing furnished. Twelve thousand engravings presented by Mrs. Harriet 
I^eaven worth. A. B. Clark, '88, elected instructor in Architecture. E. J. 
Reed, '86, and Miss Luella Stewart elected instructors in Painting and 
Drawing. Prof. J. J. Brown elected emeritus professor of Chemistry and 
Physics. Medical college property transferred to University. Prof. N. A. 
Wells resigned. Professorship of Theistic Science established by Mrs. J. 
Dorman Steele. Campus to be graded at the expense of Mr. William B. 
Smith of this city. 

June 25. Alumni Association held business meeting and banquet in 
morning, and in evening literary exercises. Oration by Prof. D. Eugene 
vSmith, Ph.D., '81. Poem by Miss Bertha Bannister, A.M., '86. 

June 26. Annual Commencement in Wieting opera house. Orators: 
lyevi S. Chapman, Nellie M. Wilmot, Henry O. Sibley, Nettie L. Wilmot, 
Geo. E. Merrill, Nellie G. Mclntyre, Chas. L. Walsworth, Mary E. Bnr- 
dick, Wesley H. Benham, Anna P. Terry, Lyman P. Hitchcock, Anna H. 
Smith, Fred D. Leete. Graduates: A.B., 29; Ph.B., 4; B.S.,3; B.C.E.,2; 
—38. Total 47. 

June 27. Death of Trustee John Crouse, donor of Crouse Memorial 
College. 

Summer. Valuable additions to collection of casts. Four hundred 
volumes added to library from library of Dr. Lore, 400 from library of Dr. 
Reid, and 400 from library of Dr. Hunt ; 24 volumes of Rebellion Record 
from Chaplain McCabe. 

Sept. Ringing of chimes between classes introduced. Abolished in 
November on account of complaint of residents. 

Sept. 16. Death of Trustee W. H. Olin, D.D. 

Sept. 18. Formal dedication of John Crouse College. Exercises in Jonn 
Crouse College Music Hall. Presentation of building through letter from 
D. Edgar Crouse to Pres. Root of Board of Trustees. Addresses given by 
Pres. Francis H. Root, Chancellor Sims, Dr. Little, Prof. J. S. Riggs and 
Rev. J. M. Buckley, D.D. Dedicatory hymn by Prof. Frank Snialley. In 
evening was held inaugural organ recital by R. Huntington Woodman and 
Prof. Geo. A. Parker. 

Sept. 19. Sophomores received Freshmen. 

Sept. 20. Trustee meeting. Salting of Freshmen. 

Sept. 21. Y. M. C. A. reception. 

Fall. Foot-ball first played at Syracuse. Blake Hillyer,'99, first captain. 

Oct. Students revolted at suspension of four members. Freshmen held 
Literary. 

Oct. I. The local society called K A ♦ becomes the Chi chapter of Kappa 



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Alpiha Theta.* Eleven charter members : Elsa L. Ames, Marcia A. Car- 
penter, Florence A. Larrabee, Jessica B. Marshall, Ada B. Parker, Anna h. 
Brown, May B. Brown, Mattie A. Beecher, Lnlu P. Graff, Lulu Kern, 
Ktthcrine Van Benschoten. 

Oct 2. Organ concert by Mr. Frank Taft, of New York City, in John 
Cnxse College Hall. 

Oct 6. College students met Dr. French upon his return from Europe 
aid escorted hixn to his home. 

Oct 23-25. Fifty-fifth convention of Delta Upsilon held with Syracuse 
chapter at Leland Hotel. 
No?. Miss Ruth Guibault elected teacher of piano. 
Xw. 2. Recital in Crouse Hall by Mr. Frank Taft, of New York, and 
Krof. Stark. 
Dec 4. Recital in John Crouse College Hall. 
Dec. 22. First Senior exhibition. 

Z890 

JtxL Anpitial appeared. Beginning with September, '91, requirements 
for admission to the Classical course will call for one year of German. For 
eotnnce to Scientific course same amount of Latin as required for Classical 
ud Latin Scientific courses. Semi-annual trustee meeting. Prof. Percy 
Ooetschios elected professor of Theory and Practice of Music. One thous- 
and two hundred and fifty dollars placed in Dr. HaanePs hands for purchase 
fi apparatus, $1,000 by Mrs. J. D. Steele to which she afterwards added a 
like amount. Thirty-five thousand dollars received on annuity to be devoted 
especially to the endowment of the library. Roll call for chapel and 
(fanxch attendance abolished. Cards distributed upon which students are 
to record their chapel attendance. These cards to be handed in to the 
faculty once in two weeks. Upon them is the announcement that "All 
students at the beginning of each college year are required to select some 
»«c church in the city and attend regularly its Sunday morning service. ' * 
Mrs. E. Adams Hill presented to the Universitj' a collection of curios, 
nostly of Japanese and Chinese objects. 

Jan. 14. Edwin H. Perr>', the celebrated blind pianist, gave a lecture 
concert in John Crouse College Hall. Meeting of Monastic Circle. 

Jan. 22. Exercises held in John Crouse College Hall in connection with 
the opening to the public of the Wolf collection of engravings. 

Jan. 30. Day of prayer for colleges obser\'ed. Address by Rev. Theron 
Cooper. In e%-ening, concert given for benefit of Athletic Association. 

Feb. An organization from neutral element, styled the .Ithemum, 
t^tablished for literar>' work. Ten members. 

•This fiatemity was founded at De Pauw Univ., 27 Jan. 1870, It has 23 active chapters 
vidcly distributed in leading colleges; membership, ^339. It publishes a quarterly, tbc 
/Ceppa Alpha Theta ; has issued three editions of the catalogue and two of the song book . 
Tke fattdge is kite shaped, of black enamel, inlaid with a white chevron bearing the letters 

KA<>." Above this are two diamond stars and lielow the letters " awo." Thecolur is 
btack.-^tftV^j Manual. 



48 ANNAI«S 

Feb. 6. Public exercises by second division of Senior class. 

Feb. 27. First Junior reception at Greyhound Hall. 

Mar. 4. Euterpe meeting. 

Mar. 5. Student recital. 

Mar. 6. Public exercises by third division of the Senior class. 

Mar. 20. Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs, assisted by Prof. Kuenzlen, 
gave concert in Music Hall. 

Apr. Four hundred volumes of rare documents obtained from the gov- 
ernment and added to the library, through the effort of G. H. Maxwell, '88, 
and Hon. J. J. Belden. Library being catalogued. During spring term 
Prof. Goetschius gave a series of lectures on '*The Humorous in Music,** 
before students and public. 

Apr. 11-13. Third annual convention of Y. W. C. A. of New York State 
held with the University Y. W. C. A. 

Apr. 16. Student recital. 

May. Faculty decided that after this year supplementary examinations 
should be held only at the opening of the fall term and at the close of the 
winter term. Theta Pi organized among Freshmen. Dr. J. M. Reid pre- 
sented to library a complete set of Legg's Chinese Classics ; there are but 
four sets in this country. Sigma Tau organized among architects. 

May 30. Syracuse-Hamilton ball game on occasion of dedicating the 
new grounds. Syracuse won, 5 to 4. Intercollegiate Field Day at Kirkwood 
Park. Concert at Y. M. C. A. Music Hall by Hobart Mandolin Club. 
College dinner at Globe Hotel. 

June. Prof. h. M. Underwood granted leave of a year's absence. Dosg^- 
(ionon, pamphlet of a comic nature, edited by Beta Delta Beta, as a substi- 
tute for Oftoftdagari. 

June 12. Meeting of Alumni of College of Medicine. Commencement 
of College of Medicine in John Crouse College Hall. Graduates, M.D., 9. 
Alumni banquet at Vanderbilt in evening. 

June 20. Nineteenth annual Calculus cremation at Skaneateles lake. 
L. O. Wadleigh, Calculus orator; W. C. O'Donnell, "scissors orator,** an 
innovation in the cremation ceremonies, signifying cessation of war 
between the lower classes. 

June 21. Reunion of the class of '89 at Bums Hotel. 

June 22. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor Sims in Crouse Hall* 
Address in the evening in Fourth Presbyterian church by J. H. Coleman, 
D.D., before the Christian associations. 

June 23-25. Exhibition of works of art in John Crouse College. B.P., 7. 

June 23. Class-day exercises in John Crouse College Hall. Annual 
musical soiree. Graduates, B.M., 6. 

June 24. Meeting of trustees. E. N. Patt^e, M.S., elected to newly 
established chair of Chemistry. Dr. A. B. Miller elected to Faculty of 
Medical College. Large number of classical casts presented by J. D. 
Archbold. A painting, valued at ^3000, received from Messrs. Thorne and 
Angell, Buffalo. Valuable collection of ferns and a fine herbarium pre- 



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sented by Dr. Wm. M. Smith : f 10,000 received from estate of Milton S. 
Price ; $5,000 from estate of H. \V. Van Buren for establishment of perpetual 
scholarships ; f 10,000 from Rev. Wm. Griffin, D.D., for endowment of 
chair in History-. Alumni held business meeting in morning ; II500 solicited 
for bronze medallion portrait of Dr. Schultze. Banquet at 2 p. M. Liter- 
ary exercises in evening in John Crouse College Hall. Oration by Rev. 
Geo. H. Dryer, D.D., '72. Poem by Geo. W. Weaver, '78. College colors 
changed from pink and blue to orange. 

]ime 25. Nineteenth annual Commencement in Music Hall of John 
Crouse College. Orators, Byron B. Brackett, Lucy S. Bainbridge, Mary E. 
Christy, Geo. K. Statham, Minnie A. Mason. Graduates : A.B., 13 ; Ph.B., 
9 ;B.S., 2 ;— 24. Total 46 (less 1 — ^45). Chancellor's levee in evening in col- 
lege parlors. Reunion of class of ' 87 ^-ith Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sanford. 

Smmncr. An Art Fellowship established by Rev. Hiram Gee, of Ithaca, 
$10,000 given to support one graduate during a year's study abroad. Prof. 
Marie L. Everett elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Prof. 
Stark. 0. F. Cook, ' 90. elected to fill Dr. L. M. Underwood's position in 
his absence. 

FalL Rank cards introduced and students seated in chapel according to 
dasKs. Robert W^inston engaged as athletic trainer. Prof. Wm. H. 
Btiber elected instructor in Pianoforte. 

Sept. 18. Reception given by Sophomores to Freshmen. Salting after 
chapel exercises. 

Sept 20. Joint reception of Y. M. C. A., and Y. W. C. A. to student 
body. 

Sept. 23. Cane rush. 

Oct 8. The first of the public concerts of musical department, given by 
the faculty in John Crouse College Hall. 

Oct ir. Students serenaded Dr. Little, just retunied from Europe. 

Nov. Annual appeared. Seven htmdred seventy-four students. The 
Annual contains photo-engravings of buildings. 

Nov. 5. Second public concert by musical faculty. 

Nov. 6. First Senior exhibition. 

Nov. 12. First students* recital of year in John Crouse College Hall. 

Nov. 12-14. Gamma Phi Beta held convention with local chapter. 

Nov. 24. Freshman Literary at Messina Springs. 

Dec. 3. Second Organ Recital in John Crouse College Hall, by Prof. 
Parker and Mr. Barber. 

Dec. 4, Exhibition by second division of Senior class. 

Dec. 10. Public student recital. 

Dec. II. Entertainment by students given in chapel for benefit of Athletic 
Aawciation. Play, "Place Aux Dames," given ; Music by A K E orchestra. 

Dec. 18. Aesthetic Society meeting. 



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189I 

Jan. 16. Honor system introduced. Copies of official regulations dis- 
tributed among the students. Two grades of students, and higher examin- 
ations. Students who pass higher examinations in 10 hours* work rank first 
grade. Commencement speakers will be chosen from list of students at- 
taining first grade in at least two years of the course. 

Jan. 20. Semi-annual meeting of trustees. Trustees empower the 
executive committee to adopt plans and expend $20,000 in the erection of a 
Gymnasium and Christian Association building as soon as {10,000 shall 
have been subscribed. A chair in Political Economy established. Tuition 
in College of Fine Arts raised to $40 per term. Eight thousand dollars 
received from the estate of David Decker. 

Jan. 29. Day of Prayer for colleges. Address by Dr. J. H. Willey. 

Feb. Orange button adopted by students. Chancellor received $3,000 
from Francis H. Root, Buffalo, towards fund for Gymnasium. 

Feb. 4. Third organ recital. 

Feb. 5. Exhibition of third division of Senior class. 

Feb. II. Third public recital by students. 

Feb. 16. Prof. Bell lectured in chapel under auspices of government. 
Subject, *• Visible Speech." 

Feb. 17. Ball given by Corpse and Coffin society in Greyhound Hall. 

Feb. 19. Entertainment at Wieting under auspices of Press Association. 

Feb. 20. Death of Ex-Chancellor Winchell. Annual reunion of Sixth 
district Beta Theta Pi at Vanderbilt. 

Feb. 23. Exercises in John Crouse College Hall in commemoration of 
Washington's birthday. Hon. M. A. Knapp, orator. 

Mar. 1 . Chancellor and Mrs. Sims received Seniors. 

Mar. 4. Pianoforte recital by Prof. Gostschius. 

Mar. 17. Last Senior exhibition. 

Apr. First list of honor students published. Number, 106. University 
Gun Club organized. Phi, Phi, Phi gentlemen's club organized. Bicycle 
Club organized. Prize of $10 offered by Onondagan editors for best college 
song. 

Spring. During spring term addresses by noted men were given before 
the Christian Associations. 

Apr. 16. Piano recital by Prof. Barber. Organization of a College brass 
band. 

Apr. 18. First shoot by University Gun Club on campus. 

Apr. 23. Glee Club concert at Wieting opera house. 

Apr. 29. Public recital by musical students in John Crouse College Hall. 

April-May. Course of seven lectures delivered before students by Rev. 
J. T. Gracey, D.D., upon " The Religions of the World." 

May 16. Local Field Day at Kirk wood Park. 

May 22. Organization of Central N. Y. Inter-collegiate Press Asso- 
ciation. 



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May 27. Second public recital by musical students. 
May 30- Syracuse won pennant at inter-collegiate meet at Geneya. 
June 10. Onondagan published. Board : O. W, Wood, D. R. Cobb, L* 
A.Carley, J. A. Wright, W. D. Lewis, W. V. Flaherty, Lewis Sauerbrei. 
Recital by musical students in John Crouse College HalL 

June II. Meeting of Alumni of College of Medicine. Commencement of 
College of Medicine and address by Rev. L. M. Clarke. Graduates, M.D., 
13. Banquet held by alumni in evening. 

June 19. Twentieth annual Calculus cremation at Glen Haven. Oration 
byC. L. Peaslee. 

June 21. Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. C. J. Little, D.D., LL.D. 
Address in evening before Christian Associations by Rev. James R. Day, 
S.T.D., of New York. 

Jane 22-24. Annual exhibition of works of art produced in College of 
Fine Arts during year. Graduates, B.P., 8. 

June 22. Class-day exercises. Annual musical soiree in Crouse College 
HalL Graduates, B.M., 3. 

June 23. Meeting of Board of Trustees: Chas. W. Hargitt, Ph.D., 
elected to chair of Biology ; Wm. H. Mace, A.M., to chair of History and 
Political Science; Edgar A. Emens, A.M., adjunct professor of Greek; 
Rev. F. J. Holzwarth, Ph. D., assistant in Modern Languages. Dean 
Comfort's resignation accepted. Donation of 21 etchings by Frederick 
Keppel, of New York. Aggregate property increased by $40,000. 

Jane 23. Business meeting of Alumni Association followed by banquet, 
iiteiary exercises in the evening. Address by Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood,*57. 

June 24. Twentieth annual Commencement in John Crouse College Hall. 
Orators : F. L. Mead, John V. Brownell, Harriet M. Budd, Paul FitzGerald, 
Frank D. Torrey, Frank W. Goreth, Bertha S. Sawyer, Masayoshi Takaki, 
Chas. W. Tooke, Lillie S. Smith. Frank H. Wood. Graduates : A.B., 22 ; 
Pb.B., 9 ; B.S., 7 ; — 38. Tot8l 62. Chancellor's levee in the evening. 

Sommer. Fifteen thousand dollars endowment received from friends. 

Aug. 15. Death of Dr. Brown, Emeritus Professor of Physics and 
Chemistry. 

Fill. Mr. Galbraitli, of Cornell engaged as football coach, succeeded by 
Jordan C. Wells, of Wesleyan. 

Sept. 22. Salting in chapel after exercises. Sophomore reception. 

Sept. 24. Reception by Christian Associations. 

Sept. 26-28. Alpha Province of Kappa Kappa Gamma convened with 
local chapter. 

Sept. 27. Cane rush. 

Nov. University Congress organized by professors and students to 
encourage debating and to familiarize members with parliamentary rules. 
Fim meeting November 9. 

Nov. 6. Freshman Literary at Greyhound Hall. 

Winter. A series of lectures by Prof. Goetschius in Y. M. C. A. hall. A 

^tcriological laboratory added to College of Medicine. It is well fitted 

^th apparatus from Germany. 



52 ANNATES 

Dec. Twentv-first Annual issued. Classical and scientific courses some- 
what changed. Provisions for seminary work made. Honor students desig- 
nated by star. Incidental fee made $5 per term. Number of students 851. 
Syracuse Alumni in New York city organized an association. 

Dec. 9. First public recital by students. 

1892 

Jan. Mr. Otis C. Steele engaged as Gymnasium instructor. 

Jan. 7. Dedication of Gymnasium and Christian Association building. 
Address by Trustee J. B. Brooks. 

Jan. 18. Ten thousand dollars' worth of apparatus presented to Medical 
College, by Mrs. Elizabeth Wieting. 

Jan. 19. Semi-annual meeting of Board of Trustees. Sixteen thousand 
dollars endowment received since annual meeting. Recital by musical 
faculty in John Crouse College Hall. 

Feb. 3. Students' recital. 

Feb. 5. Public installation of Professors Mace and Haegitt. 

Feb. II. Baseball benefit given by students in cit>' Y. M. C. A. Music 
Hall. Play, ''The Register," presented. 

Feb. 17. Concert by Prof. G. A. Parker, assisted by C. L. Becker. 

Feb. 22. Exercises in John Crouse College Hall to celebrate Washing- 
ton's birthday. Orator, Prof. VV. K. Wickes. Cop'psc and Coffin society 
held third annual banquet at Livingston's. 

Feb. 26. First annual banquet of New York city Alumni. of Syracuse 
I'niversity at Clark's. 

Feb. 27. Annual reception of Ganmia Phi Beta. 

Mar. Philotechnic Art Club organized. 

Mar. I. Annual reception of Alpha Phi. 

Mar. 2. Students' recital in John Crouse College Hall. 

Mar. 3. Meeting of Monastic Circle. 

Mar. 10. Glee Club concert at Wieting opera house. Reception to 
^niors by Chancellor and Mrs. Sims. 

Apr. 14. Annual reception of Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Apr. 26. University Assembly in gymnasium and Y. M. C. A. p»arlors. 

Apr. 27. Students' recital. 

Apr. 28. Cop'Pse and Coffin society gave annual ball at Empire Hall. 

Apr. and May. Series of lectures by Dr. J. T. Gracey. Mr. Fiddler, of 
N. Y. A. C, engaged for two weeks as athletic trainer. 

May. Onondai^an issued. Board : E. H. Dann, A. G. Thome, C. A. 
Metz, J. L. Brewer, H. O. Harbach, J. H. Cook. Class of '95 adopted 
mortar-boards. 

May 3. Dr. Gc^tchius resigned to accept position in Boston Conservator^'. 

May 5. Musicale given by Delta Kappa Epsilon orchestra. 

May 9. Syracuse Banjo, Mandolin antl Guitar Clubs gave concert in 
Y. M. C. A. Music Hall. 

Mav iS. \'iolin recital bv Prof. C. I^. Becker, assisted bv Prof. Gcet- 



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schins and Miss Guibaiilt. Mass meeting of students adopted resolutions 
requesting the executive committee of the Board of Trustees to do all in 
their power to retain the services of Dean Comfort and Dr. Gcetschius. 

May 19. Third annual convention of New York State Intercollegiate 
Press Association at Globe Hotel. 

May 25. Pianoforte recital by Prof. W. H. Barber. S>Tacuse won pen- 
nant in intercollegiate meet at Utica. 
Jnne. Onondagan issued. 
Jane 1. Public recital by students. 

June 9. Meeting of Alumni of College of Medicine. Commencement 
cxerd&es of College of Medicine in John Crouse College Hall. Address 
by A. S. Draper, LL.D.. Albany. Alumni banquet in evening. Graduates, 
M.D., 9. 
June 17. Twenty-first cremation of Calculus at Glen Haven. 
June 18. Concert by Glee and Banjo Clubs in John Crouse College Hall. 
June 19. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor. Address in evening 
before the Christian associations, by Bishop Edward G. Andrews, of New 
York. 

June 20. Class-day exercises in John Crouse College Hall. Annual 
musical soiree. Graduates, B.M., 8. 

June 20-21. Annual exhibition of works of art in John Crouse College. 
Graduates : B.P., 7 ; B.Ar., 5. 

Jnne 21. Fraternity chapter houses opened to trustees, alumni, faculty 
and friends of the University. Alumni business meeting followed by ban- 
quet. Literary exercises in evening. Orator, Rev. Francis Durbin Blakes- 
lee,D.D.,'72. ' 

Jnne 22. Meeting of Board of Trustees. Resignations of Dean Comfort 
and Dr. Gcetschius, accepted. Dr. John Heddaeus elected Professor of 
Modem Languages. Adjunct Professor Emens made Associate Professor. 
Instructor H. A. Peck made Associate Professor of Mathematics. Gordon 
A. Wright chosen instructor in Architecture. Chancellor's levee in even- 
ing b University parlors, Hall of Languages. Twenty-first Commence- 
ment of the Colleges of Liberal and of Fine Arts in John Crouse College 
HalJ ; 31 eligible to Commencement honors. Following chosen speakers : 
Sherbum C. Hutchinson, Howard J. Banker, Olin C. Kellogg, Charles F. 
Wiley, Ella M. Hall, Annie M. Knapp, Ina D. Mercer, Genevra Gwynn. 
Gnduates : A.B., 31 ; Ph.B., 14 ; B.S., 9 ; C.E., i ;— 55. Total 84 (less 3—81). 
Sonuner. Glee Club filled a two weeks' engagement at Chautauqua. 
Prof. J. S. Clark and Instructor Fischer resigned. Prof.Wni. G.Ward elected 
to succeed Prof. Clark, Prof. Wm. Berwald to succeed Dr. Gcetschius. Miss 
Carrie Crane made instructor in Vocal Music. D. Edgar Crouse presented 
two new pianos to musical department. 
Sept 6. Death of Trustee Francis H. Root. 
Sept. 23. Salting of Freshmen in halls. Reception of Freshmen by 

Sophomores. 
Sept. 24. Reception g^ven by Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. 



54 ANNAI^ 

Sept. 27. Cane rush. Death of Trustee Judge G. F. Comstock. 

Oct. 12-16. Twentieth annual convention of Alpha Phi held with local 
chapter. 

Oct. 21. Students marched in Columbus Day Parade. 

Nov. 10. Freshman Literary at Fayetteville. 

Nov. 16. Students* recital in John Crouse College Hall. 

Nov. 21. Death of Trustee D. Edgar Crouse. 

Nov. 29. Annual reception given by Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Winter. Prof. Barber gave a series of piano recitals in Chase Music HalL 

Dec. Henry O. Sibley made instructor in Library Economics. Annual 
issued. Number of students, 773. Class of '93 p>etition the faculty to abol- 
ish the system of choosing Commencement speakers, and tbat an address 
by some noted speaker be substituted. Petition granted Mar. 22, (1895). 

Dec. 2. Students' recital. 

Dec. 6. On vote of students in chapel, faculty decided that the list of 
honor students should not hereafter be designated by star in the Annua/, 

Dec. 8. I'niversity Assembly in Gymnasium parlors. 

1893 

Jan, 6. Faculty room in College of Me<licine destroyed by fire. 

Jan. 17. Semi-annual meeting of the Board of Trustees. Over $10,000 
has been expended in equipment of science department. Ten thousand 
dollars given by Hon. Nathan F. Graves, of S)n'acuse, for founding a per- 
manent lectureship on Missions. Course during the coming winter to be 
given by Rev. John Hall, D.D., of New York. Dr. L. M. Vernon, acting 
Dean in Fine Arts college, duly elected. Associate Prof. E. A. Emens 
made full Professor. Wm. G. Ward made Professor of English Criticism 
and Oratory. Associate Prof. H. A. Peck, made Professor of Astronomy. 
Appointments of Miss Lund and Mr. Scott confirmed. 

Jan. 25. Recital by Prof. Berwald and Prof. Lund. 

Jan. 26. Day of Prayer for colleges. Address by Dr. J. E. C. Sawyer. 

Jan. 31. Annual reception of Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Feb. OnoftdagaN editors offer Jio for best prose production upon some 
phase of college life. Two literary societies organized. Their work to be 
substituted for Junior orations in chapel ; named, James Russell Lowell and 
Athenian. 

Feb. 8. Students' recital. 

Feb. 10. Syracuse University Alumni Association of New York city 
adopted constitution. Annual reception of Beta Theta Pi. 

Feb. 14. Athletic benefit entertainment in John Crouse College Hall. 
Chancellor and Mrs. Sims received Seniors. Glee Club Quartette made a 
concert trip to Florida. Members, I. A. Jackson, F. W. Revels, Kingsley 
Congdon, W^ A. Niver, F. W. Schlieder, accompanist, and L. P. Smith, 
manager. 

Feb. 23. Athletic exhibition and contest in Gymnasium. 



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Feb, 22. Exercises commemorating Washington's birthday. Oration by 
State Senator Saxton. 

Feb.-Mar. Lecture course by noted public men before students in chapel 
of Hall of Languages. 

Mar. Three hundred volumes presented to University by Miss Gertrude 
Walters, New York. Two scholarships of $1,000 each secured from M. E. 
church in Rochester. Major Davis offered to the University the use of the 
.\mencan table at the biological station at Naples for the coming year. Dr. 
Hargitt availed himself of the opportunity. Prof. Emens elected to mem- 
bership in the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies. 

Mar. 8. Public recital by musical students. 

Mar. 14. Address by Hon. Warner Miller in chapel. 

Mar. 15. Glee and Banjo Clubs give entertainment at Wieting opera 
house. 

Mar. 22. Seniors required to present theses to be read before a committee 
<A the faculty. These theses to be deposited in library. 

Mar. 25. Second exhibition and contest in Gymnasium. 

Apr. Dr. Coddington elected a member of the Educational committee of 
the World's Fair. 

Apr. 19. Public recital by students. 

Apr. 28. .Annual dinner of the New York city Alumni Association at 
Hotel Savoy. University Glee Club present. President Archbold decided 
^0 have the athletic field and track put in best possible condition at once at 
his expense. 

May. Freshmen adopted resolutions to enter into no combinations for 
election of class officers. 

Bbj4. First annual banquet of University Congress at the Empire House. 

May 7. Meeting of Euterpe Society. 

May 10. Organ recital by Prof. Parker assisted by Miss Lund. This to 
be first of a series of recitals by the musical faculty. 

May 15. Onondagan issued. Board : W. W. Nichols, W. W. Wilcox, 
F. K. Congdon, W. H. Van Benschoten, Norton Pinney and H. D. Chapman. 

May 17. Public recital by students. 

May 21. Local Field Day. 

May 24. Prof. Becker, assisted by Prof. Berwald, gave recital. 

May 30. Syracuse won pennant in intercollegiate meet at Utica. Piano 
r«ciUl by Prof. Wm. H. Barber. 

Jnnc 2. First conclave of Panthugaterian Society, newly organized 
among fraternity women of University. 

June 8. Public contest between James Russell Lowell and Athenian 
Societies. 

Jmic 10. A New York State Intercollegiate Oratorical League formed. 
Syncnae, Rochester and Union represented. 

jQnei5. Meeting of Alumni of College of Medicine. Commencement 
ucrdflesof College of Medicine. Graduates, M.D., 10. Alumni banquet 
IB eveninjf. 



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June 23. Calculus burial at Glen Haven. Junius Stevens orator of the 
occasion. 

June 25. Baccalaureate sermon in John Crouse College Hall by the 
Chancellor. Annual address before the Christian Associations by Ke\\ 
James B. Kenyon, Lit.D. 

June 26. Class-day exercises. Musical soiree of College of Music in 
evening. Graduates, B.M., 7. 

June 26-28. Annual exhibition of works of art. Graduates: B.P.,6; 
B.Ar., 3. 

June iy. Alumni business meeting followed by banquet. Oration 
delivered in evening by Franklin Pierce, '79, New York. Annual meeting of 
Board of Trustees. Chancellor Sims presented his resignation. Prof. Frank 
Smalley made Gardner Baker Professor of Latin. Dr. John R. French made 
the Francis H. Root Professor of Mathematics. Miss Miriam A. Guernsey, 
'93, elected assistant in vocal department. Dr. F. J. Holzwarth made full 
Professor of the German L/anguage and Literature. Miss Lund made Professor 
of Vocal Music. Wm. H. Berwald made Professor of Theory and Harmony 
of Music ; Miss Luella M. StCNvart, full Professor of Painting ; Instructor 
Frank Dallas, Professor of Oil Painting and Modeling ; E. J. Read, Pro- 
fessor of Free-hand Drawing and Etching ; Conrad L. Becker, Professor of 
Violin. Historic Cane, formerly presented to Dr. Alverson when President 
of (yenesee College by Amphictyon Society, given to University. 

June 28. Annual Commencement of Colleges of Liberal Arts and of the 
Fine Arts in John Crouse College Hall. Oration by General Stewart L. 
Woodford,of New York city. Graduates : A.B., 33 ; Ph.B., 15 ; B.S., 8 ; — 46. 
Total 72 (less 2 — 70). Chancellor's levee in University parlors. 

Fall. Prof. Barber is succeeded by Mr. Adolph Frey. Robert Winston 
employed as football coach. 
Sept. 21. Salting in chapel. Reception of Freshmen by Sophomores. 

Oct. Art Literature Club organized, consisting of students and citizens. 
The widow of the late Dr. J. J. Brown presented his library of between 300 
and 400 volumes to University. 

Oct. 16. Literary societies gave a public entertainment. 

Nov. 7. Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs gave concert in Music Hall. 

Nov. 8. Public recital by students. 

Nov. 9. Freshman Literary at Orville. 

Nov. 15. Special meeting of Board of Trustees: Rev. Dr. James R. Day, 
S.T.D., of New York, elected Chancellor. C. N. Sims scholarship estab- 
lished. 

Nov. 21. A body of 200 students met Dr. and Mrs. Day at the station 
and escorted them to Dean French's home, where 150 young women were 
ready to receive them. 

Nov. 22-25. Annual meeting of Presidents of Methodist colleges con- 
vened in Crouse Hall. On the first day a number of them addressed the 
students. 

Nov. 23. The faculties of the several colleges received college Presidents 



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and city patrons of University in the gymnasium parlors. Second conclave 
of Panthugaterian Society in Gymnasium building. 

Dec. Association of Alumni teachers organized. 

Dec. 6. Second public recital. 

Dec 8. College Republican Club organized. 

1894 

Jan. Art Literature Club opened a reading room in John Crouse College. 
Membership increased to 350. 

Jan. 16. Semi-annual trustee meeting. Dr. J. R. Day formally accepted 
election. Prof. H. A. Peck granted leave of one year's absence abroad. Fifty- 
thousand dollars endowment received since last year. One thousand books 
added to the library. New Annttai issued. Seven hundred seventy-seven 
students. 

Jan. 23. Students' recital. 

Jan. 25. Day of prayer for colleges. Address by Rev. J. B. Kenyon. 

Feb. Syracuse Dramatic Club organized among students. 

Feb. I. Formal opening of Art Literature Club rooms by reception in 
John Crouse College. 

Feb. S. First annual oratorical contest of Syracuse University Congress. 
Licber Whittic chosen to represent Syracuse University in Inter-collegiate 
Oratorical League contest. 

Feb. 13. Observatory opened to public. 

Feb. 15. Piano and violin recital by Prof. Frey, Prof. Becker and 
Prof. Lund. 

Feb. 17. Public athletic inter-class contest in G3annasium. 

Feb. 21. Students' recital. 

Feb. 22. Second public contest between the Literary Societies in Liberal 
Arts chapel. 

Feb. 23. President Archbold received trustees, alumni and faculty of 
Syracuse University at Hotel Savoy, New York, in honor of Chancellor Day. 

Mar. Science Association organized. Syracuse University awarded the 
cup for winning inter-collegiate contest of last May, the committee having 
disqualified the professional who entered for Hamilton. 

Mar. I. Inter-collegiate oratorical contest in John Crouse College Hall. 
f Key awarded to Mr. Varney of Rochester. 

Mar. 15. Central New York branch of Collegiate Alumnse held a meeting 
in John Crouse College Hall. Lecture by Rev. W. E. Griffis, D.D. 

Mar. 21. Students' recital. Football benefit by young ladies in Music 
Hall. Farce and musical program presented by the Young Ladies' Glee 
and Banjo Club. 

Mar. 26. Dr. J. B. Kenyon lectured before a joint meeting of Lowell and 
Athenian societies. 

Apr.-May. Second series of lectures in the N. F. Graves lectureship 
course on Missions by Rev. John W. Butler, D.D., of the city of Mexico. 
Apr. 6. Third <^Tinn<t1 national convention of the College Republican 



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League, in John Crouse College Hall. Banquet in evening at the Alhambra. 
Speeches by distinguished men ; among them, Charles Emory Smith and 
J. Sloat Fasselt. 

Apr. 23. Recital by Prof. Berwald, assisted by Prof. Becker. 

May. Ououdai^oft issued ; editor, H. H. Reynolds ; manager, W. B. 
Hodge. Sororities represented on the board for the first time. Organiza- 
tion of the General Athletic committee and sub-committees. 

May 4. Cilee club concert at Bastable theatre. 

May 9. Students' recital. 

May 18. Local Field Day and Gun Club shoot. The shoot was held at 
the range newly constructed on the campus. 

May 30. Tenth annual New York State inter-collegiate Field Day at 
Kirk wood Park, mud several inches deep. Inter-collegiate concert in the 
evening at the Bastable. 

June. Faculty passed rule permitting any professor to excuse from exam- 
ination any student who has attained 85 per cent, in class work, but student 
must take examination to rank as honor student. 

June 4. Holiday granted because of the one hundredth anniversary of 
the organization of Onondaga County. Public contest between literary 
societies. 

June 7. Panthugaterian conclave in Christian Association parlors. 

June 14. Alumni of College of Medicine held annual meeting. Com- 
mencement of College of Medicine. Graduates, M.D., 9. Medical alumni 
banquet. 

June 22. Calculus burial at Glen Ha\'en. Orator, Frank D. Thome. 

June 24. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor Day. Address before 
Christian Associations by Rev. Dr. Kelly, editor of the Methodist Quarterly 
RcvictC. 

June 25. Cla.<:s-day exercises. Annual musical soiree in John Crouse 
College Hall. Graduates, B.M., 5. 

June 25-27. Annual exhibition of works of art. Graduates: B.P., 3; 
B.Ar., I. 

June 26. Annual trustee meeting. Plans being made for the erection 
of a ten-stor}- building on present site of Remington block. Miss Scott 
elected to succeed Prof. E. J. Read. Instructor Pattee made Professor of 
Chemistry-, Miss Ella I. French, Professor of Piano ; Miss Ruth Guibault, 
Professor of Piano ; \Vm. Jakway, ' 93. Instructor in Physics ; Delmer E. 
Hawkins, Instructor in Political Economy. College year to be shortened 
by two weeks. Law college to be opened in the fall. A. L. Brockway 
elected to succeed Instructor Wright, resigned. Edgar C. Morris made 
Instructor in English, Mrs. Evelyn Benedict Ayres, Instructor in Elocution 
and Physical Culture. Edward J. Reddington, Instructor in I^atin. 

June 26. Alumni business meeting followed by banquet. Address in 
evening by Mrs. Martha Foote Crow, Ph.D., ' 76. on " Poetry of Evolution.** 
Second reunion of the class of ' 83. 

June 27. Twenty-third annual Commencement exercises and inangura- 



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lion of Chancellor Day. Address by Rev. James M. Buckley, D.D., of 
New York city. Graduates : A.B., 37 ; Ph.B., 21 ; B.S., 5; — 63. Total 81. 
Chancellor and Mrs. Day received in John Crouse College in evening. 

Siunmer. Work of Senior and Junior years made entirely elective within 
certain limits. A course in Belles-Lettres leading to the degree of B.L., 
established. Signor Gino Bardella engaged as Professor of Painting. 
Glee Club spent two weeks in concert work at Chautauqua. 

Sept. 27. Opening chapel exercises held in John CrouAe College. Salting 
on the campus, 
Sept. 29. Annual reception given by the Christian Associations. 
Oct. Inter-class contest won by '95. 

Oct. 8. Football contest instead of cane rush decided that Freshmen 
ihoald not carry canes. 
Not. 2. Annual meeting of New York Alumni Association. 
Nov. 7. Public recital by students. 

Not. 26. Freshman literary at Cortland. Freshmen, '98, went by special 
train ; arrangements so perfected that no disturbance from Sophomores 
was experienced. 

i Not. 27. New marking system for grading scholarship adopted. Sumnta 

cum laude, magna cum laude and cum laude to appear upon diplomas. No 
excusing students from examinations allowed. 

Dec Signor DeFelice elected Instructor in Painting. Alpha, society of 
medical students, organized. 
l>cc 5. Arcadia Club, literary, organized. 
Dec la Joint contest between literary societies. 
Dec. 12. Public recital by students. 

Dec. 17. University Club of Syracuse organized at Business Men's Asso- 
ciation rooms. Forty charter members. 

1895 

Jan. I. Death of Trustee Edmund Ocumpaugh. 

Jan. Hon. J. J. Belden presented to the University a library in the depart- 
ment of economics. Grandstand erected, overlooking athletic field, through 
the generosity of President Archbold. Chancellor Day offered $100 for 
oratorical prizes. Hawthorne Club, literary society, organized among the 
yoong women. Synchronous bells in the two colleges, library and gymna- 
«nm, operated by automatic clock work, put in for ringing hours. 

J*n. 10. University Orange Athletic Club organized. 

Jan. 15. Oratorical contest to choose representative for intercollegiate 
contest. Mr. C. E. Cooney chosen. 

J***- 29, 31, and Feb. 4. Course of illustrated lectures on Ancient and 
Modem Greece, by Miss Annie S. Peck, in John Crouse College Hall, under 
the auspices of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae. 

Jan, 2&-Feb. 6. Six lectures in chapel by B. W. Bacon, D.D., on '* Bib- 

Kcal Literature." 
Jan. 30. Students' recital. 



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Jan. 31. Day of prayer for colleges. Address in chapel by Rev. T. J. 
Villers, of Syracuse. 

Winter. Course of six lectures given in John Crouse College Hall, upon 
socialf economical and political questions, by noted public men. 

Feb. 2. Gymnastic exhibition by the ladies* class. 

Feb. 6. Orange Athletic Club held an inter-class contest. 

Feb. 12. Athletic benefit in John Crouse College Hall. Play, "The 
Homespun Heroine," presented. 

Feb. 13. Joint council of faculty and students organized, called Stu- 
dents' Council. Object, "to assist in maintaining honest work." Anti- 
cribbing resolutions adopted by students. 

Feb. 19. Trustee meeting. College of Law of Syracuse University to be 
inaugurated in June ; two years* course. Dean French made Vice-Chan- 
cellor of the University. Chancellor Day instructed to engage W. H. 
Metzler, of Toronto University, as Instructor in Mathematics, Mr. Quereau, 
of Chicago, as Professor of Geology. Dr. Heddaeus tendered his resignation. 
Plans adopted for proposed Science Hall. Chair of English Literature 
hereafter to be known as the Jesse T. Peck Professorship of English Litera- 
ture. Library committee instructed to make a part of the library 
circulating. 

Feb. 20-21. Two lectures, **The Discoveries of the Assyrians," and 
"The Bible of the Buried Cities of the East," were given by Prof. Rogers, 
of Drew Theological Seminary, in the Liberal Arts chapel. 

Feb. 22. New York Alumni Association of Syracuse University, ban- 
queted at Hotel Savoy. 

Feb. 23. Syracuse University elected to membership in the Intcrcol- 
legriate Association of Amateur Athletes of America. 

Feb. 27. Students* recital. 

Mar. Instructor E. H. Gaggin received a letter from Prof. Ware of 
Columbia College, giving graduates in the Architectural course of Syracuse 
University the privilege of competing for |i,500 in the Beaux Art Society 
scholarship. Prof. Smalley elected member of the managing committee for 
American School at Rome. 

Mar. 8. Fourth conclave of Panthugaterian Society. Second annual 
State oratorical contest held at Schenectady. Key won by Mr. Potter of 
Union. 

Mar. 20. Students' recital. 

Apr. Chair in Sociology established. 

Apr. 15. Woman's edition of University A^eu'S issued, by management 
of which the young women of the University net $400 for athletics. 

Apr. 17. Exhibition by Ladies' Gymnastic Club. Twenty-fourth annual 
catalogue issued. Students, 887. Faculty increased by 12. 

Apr. 18. Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs gave concert at the Bastable. 

Apr. 24. Second students' recital. 

May. Graves' course of lectures given by Bishop Thobum on Missions in 
India. 



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May 9. Art Literature Club received in John Crouse College. Lecture on 
" Namismatics " by Rev. Jeremiah Zimmerman. 
May 10. Annual inter-class Field Day ; won by '96. 

May 16. The Latin play, ** The Trinummus of Plautus *' rendered at the 
Bastable theatre by students from the Senior class under the direction of Dr. 
Smalley. Several professors from other universities were present, for whom 
a reception was held at the Yates at the conclusion of the play. 

May 22. Students* recital. Onondagan issued : Editor, H. H. Farmer ; 
mana^r, G. E. O'Bryon. 
May 30. Latin play repeated at the Wieting. 
May 31. Syracuse won pennant in intercollegiate meet. 
June. Faculty adopted a plan whereby a paper should be issue<l which 
dioold be the organ of the students, trustees and faculties and be known as Thr 
Syracuse University Forum ; H. H. Reynolds, '95, chosen managing editor. 
June 5. First annual contest for the Chancellor's prize in oratory. Won 
by Mis Alice Stobo. 

]ime 6. Meeting of Alumni of College of Medicine. Commencement of 
CoUejiieof Medicine. Graduates, M.D., 13. Address by Henry O. Marcy, 
LLD. Alumni of Medical College held banquet in evening. Contest 
Ifctwcen literary societies in John Crouse College Hall. 

June 8. Formal opening of the new athletic field : G. H. Bond, '94, 
mister of ceremonies. Athletic contest in afternoon with concert and pre- 
sentation of prizes on the campus in the evening. Field to be known as 
"UniTcrsity Oval." 

June 9. Baccalaureate sermon by the Chancellor. Address before the 
Christian a.ssociations by Rev. W. C. Bitting, D.D., of New York. 
Jane 10. Class-da^- exercises. Annual musical soiree. Graduates, B.M., 5. 
Jane 10-12. Annual exhibition of works of art. Graduates: B.P.,6; 
B.Ar., 3. 

June II. Annual trustee meeting. Over $7,000 given by President 
Aichbold for athletic field. Six scholarships procured during year. J. B. 
Brooks elected Dean of the College of Law. J. D. Archbold offered to be one 
<rf six men to erect a new science hall costing $150,000. Two other trustees 
offered to be two of ten men to erect a new medical building at $100,000. 
Newark conference made a patronizing conference with four trustees. 
Women to be admitted to Board of Trustees. Instructor E. C. Morris made 
Professor of Rhetoric and English Language. E. C. Quereau made Professor 
of Geology and Mineralogy. John R. Commons elected Professor of Soci- 
ology and Civics. Chas. W. Cabeeu made Professor of French Language 
*nd Literature. Dr. Adolph Guttmann made Professor of vSetnitic Lan- 
guages. W. A. Metzler made Associate Professor of Mathematics. Albert 
S. Brockway made Professor of Architecture. T W. Gaggin, '95, made 
Instructor in Architecture. Miss Jeannette Scott made Professor of 
Pointing. Ismar Peritz made Instructor in Semitics. Mrs. George 
Hine elected Instructor in German. Instructor E. H. Gaggin given leave of 
^^0 years' absence to study m School of Art, Paris. Faculty ()f the College 



62 ANNALS 

of Law announced. It was decided to procee<l to the erection of a new 
medical college building on old site as soon as money to finish it should be 
provided for. Committee appointed to proceed to erection of new block on 
present site of University block in Vanderbilt Square. Alumni business 
meeting followed by banquet. Alumni exercises in evening with oration 
by Rev. Maltbie D. Babcock, '79. 

June 12. Twenty-fourth Commencement of the Colleges of Liberal and of 
Fine Arts. Oration by Bishop Charles H. Fowler, D.D.,LL.D. Graduates : 
A.B., 31 ; Ph.B., 13: B.S., 6; B.L.. i ;-5r. Total 78 (less 2—76). Chan- 
cellor's reception in John Crouse college. 

June 21. Death of Trustee Hon. I'eter Burns. 

Summer. Mr. Geo. Reddington, LL.M., of Yale, engaged as football 
coach. 

Sept. II. Syracuse University's application for charter granted by Phi 
Beta Kappa. 

Sept. 23. Law school op>ened in Bastable block. Twenty-three students. 
Address by Hon. W. B. Hornblower, in John Crouse College Hall. 

Sept. 23-25. Kappa Alpha Theta held the eleventh biennial council 
with the local chapter. 

Sept. 24. Salting on campus. 

Sept. 26. Sophomore reception. 

Sept. 28. Fall track athletic meet between the two lower classes. 
Christian Associations receive in Gymnasium. 

Oct. Professors Eniens and Holzwarth elected to membership in Ameri- 
can Philological Association. J. Benson Hamilton, D.D., elected financial 
agent of University. Guild proposed ; membership to be secured by playing 
five dollars per year toward a scholarship. 

Oct. 14. Freshman literal y at South Bay. 

Oct. 19. Library committee decide to have library catalogued according 
to Dewey system. Association of Collegiate Alumnic met at the Yates. 

Oct. 3 1. -Nov. 3. Ninth annual state convention of Y. W. C. A. with 
Syracuse University Association. 

Nov. Miss Irene Sargent of Utica appointed Instructor in French in the 
Fine Arts College. Prof. N. Irving Hyatt elected Professor of Piano and 
Theory, (hiofidaji^an editors offered f 10 prize to contributor of best grinds. 

Nov. 5-9. Twenty-first annual convention of Gamma Phi Beta held with 
the local chapter. Public exercises in John Crouse College. 

Nov. 7. Art Literature Club gave annual reception. 

Nov. 13. Students' recital. 

Nov. 13-15. Delta Kappa Epsilon held forty-ninth annual convention 
with Delta Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association of Central New York. Public 
exercises held in John Crouse College. Poem by Prof. J. Scott Clark of 
Bvanston ; oration bv Hon. Solon Stevens of Boston. 

Nov. 22. Seventh annual convention of New York State Inter-collegiate 
Press Association in John Crouse College. 

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Nov. 29-30. Studio reception given by Prof. Jeannette Scott. 
Dec Kent Club organized among law students. Faculty of the College 
of Liberal Arts decided to shorten all three courses from 190 to 180 term 
hours of required work — this regulation not to apply to present upper class- 
men. Name of Latin Scientific course changed to Philosophical course. 
AU urork in A. B. course elective after Freshman year except Greek and 
Latin of the Sophomore year. Same in Scientific course with three hours 
Gennan required in Sophomore year. Ten thousand dollars annuity pre- 
sented to University by an anonymous friend. Charter received from Phi 
Beta Kappa fraternity . Charter members : Chancellor Day, Dr. Coddington , 
Prof. Emens, Prof. Pattee, Prof. Morris. This chapter to be known as New 
York Kappa chapter. Dr. G. P. Clark of Medical college elected to member- 
ship in American Physiological Society. 
Dec. 12. Public recital by students. 

Z896 

Jan. 15. Semi-annual trustee meeting. Voted to contribute I250 yearly 
towiids the support of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 
making Syracuse University a patronizing university. Committee on advis- 
tbOity of erecting a new block empowered to secure plans and proceed 
with construction of building as soon as possible. Chancellor Da}* given 
authority to proceed in securing funds to inaugurate a system of dormitories 
on the campus. Prof. Mace and Dr. Haanel granted leave of absence for study 
tbroad. Incidental fee increased $1 per term for g}'mnasium and athletics. 

Jan. 28. Contest between the Lowell and Athenian literary societies. 
Deith of Trustee Edwin T. Skidmore. 

Jan. 29. Students* recital. 

Jm. 3a Indoor athletic contest. 

Jan. 31. Convention of New York State Inter-collegiate Athletic Asso- 
ciation. 

Feb. Annual catalogue issued. Nine hundred and sixty-seven resident 
•tndents. Faculty, loS. Ten thousand copies issueil. A. C. Flick, Fellow 
in History in Columbia College, will take Prof. Mace's work in his absence 
next college year. 

Feb. 3. Sixth joint contest between the literary societies. 

Feb. 4. Ex-Cliancellor Sims addressed the students in chapel. 

Feb. 5. Meeting of the Monastic Circle at the Woman's I'nion. 

Feb. 6-8. Series of lectures on *' The Old Testament in Li^ht of Recent 
Discoveries in Nineveh and Babylon," given by Prof. I). C. Lyon of Harvard 
Vniversitv. 

Feb. II. The Philokalean Society, a local ladies' scK-ietv, made the New 
York .Mpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi.* 

*Thi> fraternity was founded at Munmouth College in Ai>ril. i.v.7. it lias 27 active 
*^I<CT»: membership, 3119. It publisheH a periodical, Th^ Atfo-v ,- has publishetl a 
•*! book and catalogue. The badge \% a tiny gold arrow bearing the Utters. " n B ♦."' 
*'*'»»*trscly across the feathem. The colors are wine red and silver h\\\tr.-BaitJ's 



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Feb. 12. Holiday in conimeni oration of Lincoln's birthday. Students* 
recital. 

Feb. 24. Inter-class handicap athletic contest. 

Feb. 25. New York city Alumni Association of Sj'racuse University 
held annual banquet at Hotel Savoy. Classical Club organized. Mem- 
bership open to classical faculty, alumni, seniors and others duly elected. 
Meetings monthly. 

Feb. 27-28. Prof. Geo. Herron, Iowa State College, lectured before the 
students. 

Winter. Beethoven Trio, of which Dr. Parker and Prof. Becker arc 
members, gave a series of concerts in the city. Sketches of the fraternities 
with illustrations presented in the Forum, 

Mar. Special mid-winter bulletin issued by the University. Teachers* 
advisory committee appointed from the faculty to aid students in securing 
positions. 

Mar. 2. Meeting of Current Events Club. 

Mar. 5. Lecture, *' Lincoln-Douglass Debate," by Prof. Mace, in Y. M. 
C. A. Music Hall. 

Mar. ia-17. P^ W. Hemis, Ph.D., gave course of six lectures before 
the students on " Money and Monetary Problems." 

Mar. 10. Reception and musicale given by Alpha Phi. 

Mar. II. Reception given by Pi Beta Phi. 

Mar. 18. Students' recital. 

Mar. 27. Reception by Art Literature Club. Mrs. E. P. Terhune 
{ Marion Harland) the guest of honor. 

Mar. 30. Philosophical Club organized, consisting of professors, 
alumni and seniors in departments of Historj', Philosophy and Sociology. 

Mar. 31. Miss Jane Addams, of Hull House, Chicago, addressed the 
students on "College Settlements." Third annual preliminarj- oratorical 
contest in John Crouse College Hall won by C. W. Walker, ' 97. 

Apr. J. H. Hamilton, Ph.D., elected Instructor in Political Economy. 
Dr. J. F. Behrends lectured in Graves' lecture course. Gun Club re-organized. 
Prof. (tco. Gunton, of New York, delivered a course of lectures on sociologi- 
cal topics. Miss Jessie Woodruff Pottle, engaged as Instructor in Vocal 
Music. Alpha society of the Medical college became Mu chapter of Nu 
Sigma Nu.* 

Apr. 2. Dr. Holzwarth lectured in Hall of languages on German Liter- 
ature. 

.Apr. 10. Syracuse representative, C. W. Walker, '97, won first prize in 
inter-collcgiate onitorical contest held at Rochester. 

Apr. 14. Annual Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs' concert in Bastable. 



♦ This fr.itcniity (medical) was foinnU.'d 2 M.ar. i>vS». at the University of Michigan. It 
has 13 active chai)ters situated at the leading medical coUeRCS of the country; member- 
ship. S66. It publishes a professional l»i-m«>nthly calle<l the Intercollegiate Medical Jour^ 
nal: in 1894. published a cataloKtie. The UidRc is a monojjram design, the two ** N" 's 
beinj; superimposed, with the " 1 " iK-twren them, -^airrfi MoHual. 



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Apr. 16. Students' recital. 

Apr. 24. Rev. Jeremiah Zimmerman lectured before Classical Club on the 
"Numismatics of the Greeks and Romans." 

Apr. 25. Panthugaterian conclave in Gymnasium parlors. Annual inter- 
class athletic meet. 

May 9. Syracuse-Williams dual track meet at Albany. Syracuse 66 
poiiits, Williams 46 points. 

May 12. Students' recital. 

May 14. Reception of Kappa Alpha Theta. 

May 16. Death of Trustee John M. Reid, a former president of Genesee 
College. 

May 21. Senior-faculty base-ball game. Won by the Seniors. 

May 22. Onondagan issued. Editor, W. A. Groat ; manager, C. H. 
Congdon. Sigma Tau, architectural fraternity, revived. 

May 23. Syracuse won the pennant in N. Y. S. Intercollegiate Field 
Day held on I'niversity oval. Inter-collegiate concert at the Bastable in the 
evening. 

May 25. Literary contest between the Lowell and Athenian literary socie- 
ties in John Grouse College Hall. 

Jane 7. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor Day. Address before the 
Christian Associations by Rev. Dr. W. H. Hall of Newburgh, N. Y. 

June S. Class-day exercises. Annual musical soiree in John Crouse Col- 
lege Hall. Graduates, B.M., 5. 

June 9- Business meeting of the Alumni Association followed by a ban- 
quet- Literary exercises in the evening. 

Jane 10. Trustee meeting. The following trustees elected : Rev. Homer 
Eaton, Daniel Klock, Charles M. Bolen, Walter S. Carter, Henry Spell- 
meyer, David B. F. Randolph, Edward L. Dobbins and George R. Howe. 
Lyman C. Smith, Clarence W. Seamans and Catherine P. Simpson elected 
trustees at large. Library report showed an increase of 1643 volumes for 
the year. The following additions to the faculties were made : W. M. 
Smallwood, Instructor in Biology ; Eugene R. Smith, Instructor in Mathe- 
matics ; William H. Mills, Lecturer on Hygiene and Public Health ; P. R. 
Mc Masters, Instructor in Surgery. In the evening was held the contest for 
the Chancellor's prize in oratory. Naboth Osborne, '97, first prize. 

June 1 1. Commencement exercises in John Crouse College Hall. Oration 
by C J. Little, D.D., LL.D. Address to the medical graduates by Dr. James 

M. Milne. Miss Sarah J. Veeder awarded Hiram Gee fellowship in painting. 

Giadnates : A.B., 25; Ph.B.,i6; B.S.,6; B.Ar.,2; B.L.,4; Mus.B.,5; 

B.P.,4; M.D., 24; LL.B., 3. Total 89 (less 2— 87). Chancellor's reception 

in the evening. 
Jnly 21. Death of Trustee Nathan F. Graves. 
Aug. 10. Death of Dr. Leroy M. Vernon, Dean of the College of Fine 

Artfc 
Summer. Erection of the Phi Kappa Psi house. E. M. Pickop engaged 

to assist in the Greek department. 



66 ANXAI^ 

Fall. Arthur K. Lane, of Tuft's College, engaged as football coach. 
Succeeded shortly by George O. Redington, of Yale. 

Sept. 22. Salting on Campus. 

Sept. 24. Sophomore reception. 

Sept. 26. Reception given by the Christian Associations. 

Oct. 5. Opening of the new Medical College building. 

Oct. 30. Chi Alpha, a ladies' local society, becomes the Omicron chap- 
ter of Delta Delta Delta.* Ten charter members. 

Nov. Two football games to decide the question of carrying canes 
having resulted in a tie, an impromptu cane rush was held in the hall. The 
decision was given the Sophomores ('99), the Chancellor counting the 
hands on the cane. " Birds of America," Audubon's life work, presented 
to the library by Hon. James J. Belden. Value |i,ooo. 

Nov. 6. Meeting of Bohemian Club. 

Nov. II. Public student recital. 

Nov. 13. Utopian Society organized by the neutral students of the 
University. 

Nov. 20. Tenth annual convention of the N. Y. Inter-collegiate Press 
Association held at Syracuse. Banquet at the Vanderbilt. 

Winter. Series of concerts by the Beethoven Trio Club. 

Dec. 7-14. Miss Carson, of New York, evangelist for the Y. M. C. A., 
gave daily talks in the Association rooms and sorority houses. 

Dec. 1 1. Reception given by Phi Kappa Psi on the occasion of the formal 
opening of the new chapter house. 

Dec. 17. First initiation of the Kent club, law society. 

Dec. 25. Letter received by Chancellor Day signed by twenty Syracuse 
alumni studying in Europe. 

Dec. 28. Reception given by the I'niversity to the Academic Principcds, 
meeting in convention at Syracuse. 

1897 

Jan. Musical clubs disbanded by faculty order. 

Jan. 13. Semi-annual trustee meeting. Project of new University block 
considered. Leaves of absence given to Professors Emens and Pattee to 
study abroad for a year. Courses in electrical and civil engineering 
authorized. Bishop Fowler elected a trustee. General reception given by 
the faculties of all the colleges to the students of the University. 

Jan. 14. Reception given by the Utopian Society. 

Jan. 22. Establishment of the "Cooperative Association,'* for the pur- 



♦This fraternity (commonly called " tri-Delt ") was founded on Thanksgriving eve, 1888, 
at Boston ITnivcrsity. It has 15 chapters, all active, and a membership of 643. It publishes 
a quarterly called the Trident. A directory is issued annually : a history and song twok 
are in preparation. The badge is a crescent, bearing in black enamel, three Deltas, and 
carrying three stars between the horns of the cresent. Attached to this, as a guard pin, is 
a tiny trident bearing the chapter letter. The colors, silver, gold and blue (light). — Baird't 
Manual. 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 67 

diasiog of college supplies on the profit-sharing plan ; the organization 
dac largely to Prof. J. R. Commons. 

Jan. 23. Inter-class athletic contest held in the gymnasium. First 
ixmoal initiation of the Nu Sigma Nu, medical fraternity. At an inter-col- 
iegiate athletic meeting held at Utica, Syracuse and Rochester refused to 
pre up the old Association for the proposed new '* Union.'* Hobart and 
Coli?ate witlidrew to form the New York State Inter-collegiate Union with 
Himilton and Union, former members of the old Association. 

Jan. 25. Iviterary contest between the I^well and Athenian Societies. 
Formation of a club of graduate students. 

Jan. 28. Day of prayer for colleges. Sermon by Prof. W. G. Ward in 
chapel. 

Jan. 30. Casper Whitney attacked Syracuse University's position in the 
isttr-collegiate controversy. Statements retracted in next issue of Harper'' s 
^'tekly and action of Syracuse approved. 

Feb. 2. Benefit concert given by the faculty of tlie College of Fine Arts. 

Feb. 9. Athletic training commenced in the '* pitcher's cage." 

Ftb. 10. Preliminary oratorical trial to choose a representative in the 
contest of the New York State Inter-collegiate Oratorical League. W. E. 
Brown, '98, chosen. Public student recital. 

Feb. F. A. Carter of Syracuse engaged as Instructor in Water-color 
Drawing. Hon. John C. Churchill retired from faculty of College of I^aw, 
00 account of ill-health. 

Mar. I. Meeting of the Prohibition Club ; plans made to form an Inter- 
collegiate Prohibition Association. 

Mar. 8. Plan accepted for the building of the new University block. 

Mar. 4. Fourth annual contest of the New York State Inter-collegiate 
Ontryrical League, held in John Crouse College Hall. Key won by W. K. 
Brown, Syracuse, '98. 

Mar. 16. Seniors, ^97. decided to adopt cap and gown. 

>Iar. 19. Annual meeting and banquet of the New York City Alumni 
Association ; 63 present. Chancellor Day, Dean French and Professors 
Coddington, Snialley and Haanel were present and replied to toasts. 

Mar. 23. Address of Rev. B. Fay Mills, in chapel. 

Mar. Organization of a Senior fraternity. Phi Kappa Alpha ; Syracuse 
chafAcT to 1^ called the Alpha chapter. 

Apr. .'hiHual issued; 1135 students; increase, 248. Faculty, 121; 
iacrease. 29. 

Apr. 2. CH-ganization of the Press Club of Syracuse University. 
Apr. 24. Inter-class athletic meet ; won by '99. 

.Apr. 26. Death of Vice-Chancellor John R. French, Professor of Mathe- 
Butics. Classes suspended until after the funeral, which was attended by 
the students in a body. 
Mav 8. Dual track meet with Cornell. Cornell, 67 points ; Syracuse, 

45 points. 
May 15. Doal track meet with Williams. Williams 65 ; Syracuse 47. 



68 ANNAI«S 

May. Ononda^an issued. Contained portraits of university trusts 
Editor, T. L Waugh ; manager, F. M. Smalley. A bicycle presented 
** Dr." Cunningham by student subscription. 

May 17. Literary contest between Lowell and Athenian Societies. 

May 19. Senior-faculty baseball game. Won by faculty nine. 

May 22. Annual Field Day of the New York State Intercollegiate Athh 
Association on University oval. Pennant won by Syracuse, with a sc 
of 89 out of 126 points. First musical soiree of class of 1897. 

May 27. American Intercollegiate Field Day at Mott Haven. Syrac 
scored for the first time, Capt. Whittemore taking third in the loo-y 
dash. 

May. Syracuse won New York State Intercollegiate pennant in bs 
ball ; 7 out of 8 games. 

June 5. Annual meeting of University Senate. 

June 6. Baccalaureate sermon by the Chancellor. In the eveni: 
memorial service in honor of Vice-Chancellor John R. French and Dean 
M. Vernon ; addresses by President C. J. Little, of Bvanston, 111., and R 
J. T. Gracey, of Rochester, N. Y. 

June 7-10. Annual exhibition of student art productions in Jc 
Crouse College. 

June 7. Annual meeting of Phi Beta Kapp>a. The following of the class 
*97 elected : Sarah N. Graham, Jeannette F. Graham. G. Frank Tyrr 
William H. Yard. Class-day exercises in John Crouse College H; 
Second musical soiree of class of 1897. 

June 8. Reunion of class of '72. Business meeting of the Alur 
Association, followed by banquet in the Gymnasium. Alumni oration 
Rev. Henry Spellmeyer, D.D., poem by Rev. William H. van Allen, '90 

June 9. Annual meeting of the Board of Trustees : Paul C. Nug 
elected Instructor in Civil Engineering ; J. H. Boynton, Instructor 
English ; R. W. E. Bassett, Instructor in French ; Miss Sarah Grahc 
Assistant in English ; William W. Martin, Professor of Aesthetics and 
History of the Fine Arts; Dr. Frank P. Knowlton, Instructor in Embryolc 
and Physiology ; Drs. W. L. Wallace and G. B. Broad, Demonstrators 
Anatomy. Lecturers elected for the College of Law were S. M. Coor 
Oswego, Michael E. Driscoll, Charles W. Andrews and Louis L. Waters 

June 10. Commencement of all the colleges in John Crouse College Hi 
Oration by Prof. B. P. Bowne, LL.D., of Boston University. Hiram C 
fellowship in painting awarded to Miss Flora E. Williams. Graduate 
A.B., 22; Ph.B., 12; B.S., 4 ; Mu8.B.,9; B.P.,3; B.Ar., i; B.L., i; M. 
23 ; LL.B., 23. Total 98 (less 6—92). 

Summer. Dr. Albert Leonard of Bingham ton, N. Y., elected Dean of 1 
College of Liberal Arts and Professor of Pedagogy. Flection of the n 
chapter house of Psi Upsilon. Frank E. Wade, Yale '96, engaged as fc 
ball coach. 

Sept. 12. Salting on campus. 

Sept. 14. Sophomore reception. 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 69 

Sept. 16. Reception given by the Christian Associations in the 

Gymnasium. 

Sept. 2a Election of Board of Directors of the I'fniversity Cooperative 

Association. 

Oct. 6. Freshman Literarv held at Cicero. 

Oct. 7. Student public recital. Under classes attempted to have a "color 

nish.*' Rush was stoppediand all '* rushing " in the halls forbidden. 

Oct. 9. Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae at the Yates. 

Oct. Geological laboratory fitted up in the Hall of Languages. Prof. 

Quereau elected a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. Library 

presented with valuable histories of Greece and Rome (Duruy's) by Hon. 

Joseph Bendy of Syracuse. New physiological apparatus placed in the 

Medical College. 

Oct 16. Fall handicap athletic meet. 

j Oct 20-24. Silver Jubilee of Alpha Phi held with the local chapter. 

r Reception and banquet. 

Oct. 23. Dr. Gaylord P. Clark returning from Europe was received by 

the medical students at the station. 

Nov. Organization of the University Employment Agency to procure work 

for needy students. Dr. A. B. Breese presented the Biological department 

with a large collection of diatoms, 200 specimens, value $500. Organization 

of Eta Pi Upsilon, Senior intersorority society (local). Corpse and Coffin, 

Jtmior fraternity, revived. Frank E. Wade, Yale '96, Syracuse (Law) '98, 

engaged as track and football coach for the ensuing year. 

Nov. 3. Glee Club reorganized. 

Nov. 19. Annual meeting of the N. Y. S. Inter-collegiate Press 

Ajsociation held in Elmira. 

Nov. 2a Students* public recital. 

Nov. 21. Football game between lower classes to decide the question of 

carrying canes. Won by Freshmen (1901), 6 — 4. 

Nov. 25. Freshmen presented " Dr. " Cunningham with the traditional 

Thanksgiving turkey. 

Nov. 26. Convention of the Association of Colleges and Preparatory 

Schools at Poughkeepsie, Dean Leonard, Professors Smalley and Mace, 

delegates. 

Dec Thirty-five thousand dollars subscribed for the new Science Hall. 

Dec 14. Meeting of the Current Events Club ; Inst. Flick in charge. 

Winter. Series of concerts by the Beethoven Trio Club at Women's 

Vnion Hall. 

Z898 

Jan. Journal of Pedagogy y edited by Dean Albert Leonard, removed from 
Binghamton to Syracuse, N. Y. 

J*n. 15. Literary societies abolished. Chapel orations not required for 
^nation. 

Jan. 17. Faculty of the College of Law decided to lengthen the course to 

^^ years. 



70 ANNAW 

Jan. i8. Semi-annual trustee meeting. Chancellor's course in the Peck 
Controversy approved. Rev. Ensign McChesney elected Dean of the 
College of Fine Arts. Richard Jones elected Professor of English Literature. 
William P. Graham elected Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. 
Horace H. Crary, Casper G. Decker and C. E. Millspaugh elected trustees. 
Report on University block showed ex|>enditure to date to be $180,004.99. 

Jan. 20. Meeting of the Classical Club. Dedication of the new chapter 
house of Psi Upsilon, followed by banquet. 

Feb. Annual Corpse and Coffin social, at Freeman Hall. 

Feb. 5. Basket-ball exhibition. Games between teams composed of the 
young ladies of the four classes. 

Feb. 9. Reception to the new Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Rev. Dr. 
Ensign McChesney. 

Feb. 12. New rules adopted governing the Chancellor's prize oratorical 
contest. One hundred dollars, first prize; I50 second prize, to be sustained 
by the students ; $25 third prize, contributed by a friend (Lieut.-Gov. 
Timothy L. VVoodruflF). 

Feb. 13. Day of prayer for colleges. Address delivered by Rev. Philip 
H. Cole. 

Feb. 17. Song recital by Prof. Garrett in John Crouse College Hall. In 
the evening, preliminary oratorical trial to choose a representative in the 
inter-collegiate contest. A. T. Neff, '98, chosen. 

Feb. 19. Athletic benefit given at theWieting. Play, **The Fatal Mes* 
sage," presented by members of Psi Upsilon. '* Dekes in Burnt Cork," a 
minstrel show, given. Music by glee and instrumental clubs. 

Feb. 21-22. Two receptions given by Psi Upsilon on the occasion of the 
formal opening of the new chapter house. 

Feb. 27 and 28 and Mar. i. Exhibition of 40 pictures from the Art 
Students' Leag\ie of New York in John Crouse College. 

Mar. 3. Lecture on '* India " by Julian Hawthorne. Fourth annual con- 
test of the N. Y. S. Intercollegiate Oratorical League, held with Union Col- 
lege. Key won by W. D. Loucks, 1900, of Union. Public student recital in 
John Crouse College Hall. 

Mar. 12. Adoption by students of a " Syracuse Flag." Faculty refuse 
to grant petition for a Senior vacation. 

Mar. 19. Annual meeting and banquet of the .\lumni Association of New 
York city at the Savoy. 

Mar. 31. Organization of the Women*s Basket-ball Association of Syra- 
cuse University. 

Apr. Gift of 1 1, 000 to the Medical College for the purpose of enlarging 
the Medical library. New Science Hall begun ; to cost about |8o,ooo. 

Apr. I. Meeting of Current Events class under Instructor Flick. 

Apr. 8-14. Easter trip of Glee Club ; concert given in New York city. 

Apr. 10. Convention of College Y. M. C. A. presidents at Springfield, 
Mass. Annual catalogue issued. Students, 1,092. Professors and instmc- 
tors, 121. 



vSYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 7 1 

Apr. 13-17. Eastern trip of base-ball team; won games from Wesleyan, 
Xew York University, and Union. 

Apr. 17. Death of J. William Wilson, '79, a member of the faculty of 
tke College of Law. 

.\pr. 21. Address of Bishop W. X. Ninde at chapel. 

Apr. 23. Organization of the Chicago Alumni Association of Syracuse 
Uaiversitv. 

Apr. 24. Inter-class field meet. Won by 1901. 

Apr. 26. Lecture given by Dr. Neff of Philadelphia after chapel. 

Apr. 29. . Annual concert of the Glee, Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar clubs 
iBj(^n Grouse College Hall. 

Apr. 30. Address by Dr. Race, Chancellor of Grant University, in chapel. 

3iUy. Dr. \V. H. Mace invited to deliver a course of lectures before the 
rnirefsity Extension Society of Philadelphia. The new University block 
opened for occupancy. 

May 2. First annual concert of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra in 
John Crouse College Hall ; Prof. Conrad Becker, conductor. 

May 8. Cornell-Syracuse dual track meet. Cornell 62)^ points, Syra- 
cuse 49)^ points. 

May 10. '99 Onondaj^an i.ssued. Editor, W. F. Lewis; manager, L. M. 
Feaner. Address by Dean Marcus Buell, of Boston School of Theology, in 
chapel. 

May 22. Death of Instructor John H. Boynton, Ph.D. 

May 23. •* Moving up '* day in chapel. 

May 27 and 28. Field day of the American Intercollegiate A. A., at 
Berkeley oval. Syracuse won 9 points, ranking next to Yale, and fifth 
place in the meet ; Syracuse also credited with record in the broad jump 
oadebyMyer Prin stein, *oi, present holder of American and collegiate 
records as well as the intercollegiate record. H. G. Lee, '99, took 2d in 
440-Taxd dash and C. D. Whitmore, '99, 4th in 100 yard dash. 

May 28. Field day on University oval of the Gymnasial schools of the 
^inversity and other High Schools and Academies, in all 18 schools. Per- 
manent In terse holastic League formed under the title of the Syracuse Uni- 
vergty Academic Athletic Association, to compete under the auspices of the 
Cniversiiy for the " Syracuse Cup," offered by the University. Cup won 
«t this 6rst meet by the Syracuse High School, Claverack (Hudson River 
lartitute) a close second. 

June. Enlisting of a number of students in the 3d N. Y. Volimteers, 

aid later in the 203d N. Y. V. On Sept. i, occurred the death of L. C. Barry, 

99, of typhoid fever, contracted at Camp Alger, and on Sept. 17, the death 

of Sergeant J . Edward Durston of 1901 , of typhoid fever contracted at 

Camp Black. 

June 4. Annual meeting of the University Senate. Chancellor's prize 
oratorical contest in John Crouse College Hall. Prist prize, |ioo, awarded 
toC W. Darling, '99. Second prize, I50, given by the fraternities, awarded 
to C. V. Merrick, 1900. Third prize, I25, given by Lieut.-Gov. Timothy L. 
Woodruff, awarded to W. £. Brown, '98. 



72 ANNALS 

Junes. Baccalaureate sermon by Chancellor Day. Address before the 
Christian Associations in the evening by Rev. Olin A. Curtis, S.T.D., of 
Drew Theological Seminary. 

June 6. Annual meeting of Phi Beta Kappa. The following of the class 
of ' 98 were given elections : Harvey M. Dann, Mabel C. Rhoades, Edith h. 
Knight, Emma S. Cook, Henry C. Emm, John W. Council, Anna I. Sher- 
man. Class-day exercises. A graphophone employed to deliver the class- 
day speeches was injured in a melee with the Juniors so that the program 
had to be abandoned. The Chancellor forbade any disturbance of class- 
day exercises for the future. Annual musical soiree of the graduates in 
music. 

June 6-8. Annual exhibition of student art works in John Crouse College. 

June 7. Annual trustee meeting. Deficit of 527,000 made up by trus- 
tees. Chancellor spoke of the need of a $2,000,000 endowment ; reported 
the cost of Science Hall would be about $90,000. The following appoint- 
ments to the faculties were made : F. E. Farley, Instructor in English ; 
Roswell S. Hill, Professor of Painting ; A. G. Flick, Associate Professor of 
History ; Albert C. Phillips, Lecturer on Wills and Administrations ; Alfred 
Wilkinson, Lecturer on Law of Patents ; Louis L. Waters, on Statute Law ; 
Prof. W. H. Mace, on Constitution of the United States ; Florence Sher- 
wood, Instructor in Elocution ; P. R. Mc Master, Instructor in Surgery ; 
Wm. G. Hinsdale, Instructor in Obstetrics ; T. J. Kieffer, Instructor in 
Pathology ; Frank P. Knowlton, Instructor in Physiology and W. L. Wal- 
lace, E. L. Clymer and F. L. Morgan, Demonstrators of Anatomy. Resig- 
nations of Ex-Judge George N. Kennedy and C. N. Duell from faculty of 
College of Law accepted. John L. Romer, of Buffalo, was elected a trus- 
tee at large. Business meeting of the Alumni Association, followed by 
banquet in the Gymnasium. Toastmaster, Rev. Dr. J. D. Phelps, '76. 
Senior-faculty baseball game resulted in a tie. 

June 8. Commencement of all the colleges in John Crouse College Hall. 
Oration by President Henry Wade Rogers, LL.D., of Northwestern Univer- 
sity. Graduates: A.B., 27; Ph.B., 16; B.S., 5; B.Ar., 2; B.L., 8; Mus.B., 
5 ; B.P., 5 : M.D., 24 ; LL-B., 26. Total 118 (less 6 — 112). Hiram Gee fel- 
lowship in painting awarded to Lucy Catherine Chapin. Chancellor's 
reception in the evening in John Crouse College. 

June 27-July 9. Summer school of Sociology conducted by Prof. Com- 
mons and Dr. Hamilton. 

July 15-27. Neff summer school of Oratory held in Hall of Languages. 

Summer. Gift of $1,000 to be used in purchasing microscopes for the 
department of Biology from Trustee E. F. Holden. Gift of 1,000 specimens 
of N. Y. State fauna, from Prof. S. G. Harris, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Sept. 20. Salting on the campus. At the first chapel exercises the 
holding of a Freshman *' literary" was forbidden by order of the faculty on 
account of the disturbance always attending it. 

Sept. 22. Sophomore reception. 

Sept. 26. Trustee John S. Huyler spoke at chapel. Freshman class by 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 73 

far the largest in the history of the University. More than 220 new students 
in Collej^e of Liberal Arts alone. 

Sept. 50. Completion of the Esther B. Steele Hall of Physics. Depart- 
ments moving in. 

Oct. First number of the Cnh'erstiy Herald^ as a literary monthly, 
appeared. 

Oct. 3. Gift of a valuable mineralogical collection by E. S. French, 
ex. '92. 

Oct. II. Reception held by Woman's League in Association parlors. 

Oct 13. Resolutions passed at the Central N. Y. Conference to under- 
take to raise $2,000,000 by the year 1900, ** for the |>ermanent endowment 
for Syracuse University and other Methodist institutions in our midst;*' 
also similar resolutions at the Genesee Conference later. Piano recital in 
John Crouse College Hall by Prof. Adolph Frey assisted by Prof. N. Irving 
Hyatt and Miss Lillian Littehales. 

Oct. 16. Miss Carson addressed the union meeting on "College Settle- 
ments." 

Oct. 18. Concert in John Crouse College Hall by the Seidl full orchestra, 
under the auspices of the University. Herr Schmitt, director ; Sara Ander- 
son, vocalist. • 

Oct. 22. Athletic meet between two lower classes. 

Nov. 3. A Freshman banquet publicly announced beforehand was held 
at the Vanderbilt. This supersedes the * ' Literary. * ' Historical Association 
of Syracuse University organized. Membership open to teachers in the 
History department, alumni and students with major in History, and 
interested friends. 

Nov. 5. Football game with New York University. Score 17 to o in 
favor of Syracuse. 

Nov. 9. First public student recital. Students cut classes after chapel 
to celebrate the election of Roosevelt, Governor of New York State. 

Nov. 15. The Woman's League of the University entertained the women 
of the college in the chapel. Hall of Languages. 

Nov. 17-18. Seventh annual convention of the Republican College 
League held in Indianapolis. Syracuse delegates : Delmer E. Hawkins. '94, 
and Harley J. Crane, *99. The latter was elected first vice-president for the 
coming year. 

Nov. 18. Annual meeting of the N. Y. S. Intercollegiate Press Association 
with the Colgate Madisonensis. R. W. Holden, 1901, editor of the I'tiiver- 
sUy Herald f chosen president for the next year. 

Nov. 19. Last football game of the season, with Trinity College, ended in 
a tie, score 0-0. The University team won all the games of the '98 season 
with the exception of this and the two Cornell games. 

Nov. 30. In the Freshman-Sophomore football game to decide whether 
^e Freshmen can carry canes, neither class scored — a victory for the 

Sophomores. 



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74 ANNALS 

Nov. Fine seminar rooms assigned to the Classical and Historical depatt> 
ments respectively. 

Dec. The Journal of Pedagogy, Dean Leonard editor, received oi»i|ili> 
nientary notice in the Deutsche Zritschrift, of Leipzig, Germany. 

Dec. 6. Alderman Sager spoke before the seminary class in SoctcrfofyOB ^ 
the finances of Syracuse. | 

Dec. 13. Rev. Dr. Adolf Guttman read a paper on '* Rome and JernMlm*' 
before the Classical Club. 

Dec. 15. Delmer E. Hawkins, *94, addressed the Historical Aseocktioi 
on "Territorial Expansion." Rev. Father Clmie of St. John*a cathednl, 
lectured in the chapel to the class in Roman History on Greek, Latin od ft 
English. \ 

Dec. 16. Plan to establish a college settlement in Syracuse made pnbUc. \ 

Dec. 19. Organization of a Modem Language Association conaifd^f sf 
the German, French and English departments. 

Dec. 20. Student body listened to an address by Bz-Judge A. J. Northnp 
on ** Prisons.** 

Dec. 22. College closed for the holidays. 



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k 



HISTORICAL SKETCH 

OF THE 

LNEVA MEDICAL COLLEGE AND COLLEGE OF 
MEDICINE OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY* 

(From the Record of iS8y.) 

be historian may be expected to direct our thoughts to local rather than 
ibjects of general interest. It is eminently proper that he recount the 
ics, the honorable and noble deeds of the sons and sires of his Alma 
er, that the passing and coming generations may emulate their example. 
thus propose not only to go back to our Alma Mater, b.ut to the history 
le ancestry of the half brother adopted into the family of our Alma 
!r, to Fairfield, an obscure, out of the way village of two hundred or 
e hundred inhabitants, situated eight or ten miles north of Little Falls, 
erkimer county, just on the border line of civilization and the wilder- 

of the Adirondacks, once famous as a seat of medical learning, a 
ige place to think of locating a medical college. As early as 1803 a 
in- academy was established at Fairfield. This may have formed a 
eus for the future medical college. The first medical instruction given 
lirfield in 1809 would seem to have had some connection with this insti- 
>n, as the medical school was first known as the Academy of Medicine 
lirfield. In 1812 the legislature of the State of New York granted a 
ter to this embryo medical school under the name and title of the 
llcgc of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western district of the State of 

York,'* known as Fairfield Medical College. It was placed under the 
:tion of a board of trustees who organized the school the following year 

five professorships : which, if not in the beginning, were soon after 
i by Joseph White, Westel W'illoughby, James Hadley, T. Romeyn 
c— author of Beck's Medical Jurisprudence — and James McNaughton. 

was the sixth medical school organized in the United States, and upon 
sc benches many of the older physicians of this and other States obtained 
r medical education. Our worthy Dean is an illustrious example of the 
1 of doctors they turned out of Fairfield, and my own beloved and hon- 

prcceptor, the late Dr. John F. Whitbeck, of Rochester, graduating in 
wnie class (1835), from whose lips I learned much of Fairfield and its 

Jtractcd from an Alumni Address delivered before the College of Medicine of Syra- 
^niremity by Alfred Mercer, M. D., 14 June 1883. 



76 HISTORICAI. SKETCH 

able faculty. Then a medical education was largely obtained by office 
reading under the direction of a preceptor, in some country village —there 
were not many cities then. The more popular, the better the reputation 
of the village doctor, the more students sought instruction in his office and 
at the bedside of his patients. He often gave most valuable practical 
clinical instruction in the village home, and at the farm-house bedside, 
where every opportunity was afforded of seeing, handling and patiently 
and critically examining for one's self most of the common forms of disease, 
the treatment of which constitutes the major part of the physician's labors. 

These bedside talks of intelligent preceptors I believe are still invaliiable 
to the medical student, familiarizing him with the details of the daily rou- 
tine of medical practice, teaching the art of prescribing in many particu- 
lars which can be taught nowhere else so well, — certainly not in the large 
and crowded amphitheatres of our metropolitan schools, where distance 
from the patient, often lends enchantment to the view, — although under 
the guidance of our most gifted and learned clinical teachers. Both have 
their place in a medical education, but are we not disposed to overrate the 
one to the neglect of the other? Special, private, hospital instruction, in 
classes limited to six or eight, may, however, well supply the preceptor** 
clinic. 

I have said Fairfield was a strange place to locate a medical college. Then 
there were no great highways of travel through the State, no canals, no 
railroads, not even a well-established through line of stages, and one place 
for convenience was about as good as another, there being no inland cities. 
New York itself scarcely equaled the present population of the city of 
Rochester. 

Fairfield medical college held sway as a popular and flourishing institu- 
tion for about thirty years, and well served its purpose for its day and gen- 
eration. But thirty years brought a new generation, with altogether differ- 
ent surroundings ; lines of stage coaches had appeared and disappeared, 
canals and railroads had change<l and were changing the whole thought 
and business of the country, and Fairfield had to yield to the change of sur- 
rounding circumstances. The session of 1839 was its last session. In this 
last session of Fairfield Prof. Frank H. Hamilton delivered his first course 
of surgical lectures in a medical school. 

Fairfield did a great and good work in the twenty-six years it was a 
chartered medical college, from 1813 to 1839. During these years 3018 
students matriculated, and 555 of them received the degree of M. D. The 
first graduating class of the college, 181 6, consisted of two members, Syl- 
vester Miller and Horatio Orvis. The 2463 students, who did not gradlF 
ate, no doubt mostly obtained license to practice by passing an examina- 
tion before the Censors of the various county medical societies of the State, 
which was quite the fashion and style of the times. 

Geneva Medical College was chartered in 1834, and the first course of 
lectures given in 1835, the following gentlemen constituting the faculty of 
the college : Edward Cutbush, Willard Parker (still living in New York), 



COI.LEGB OF MBDICIKR 77 

Thomas Si)encer, John G. Morgan, Charles B. Coventry, of Utica, and 
Amos Colman.* 

The Albany Medical College obtained its charter in 1838, four years later, 
both proving rivals to Fairfield. At the breaking up of the Fairfield 
school at the close of the session of 1839 and 1840, the faculty found new 
fields of labor at Albany and Geneva. Profs. Beck and McNaughton were 
elected to chairs in the Albany Medical College, while Profs. Hadley, 
DeLamater and Hamilton were added to the faculty of the Geneva Medical 
College, greatly to its advantage, increasing its popularity and classes, 
mtling in numbers the classes of some of the older colleges of the sea- 
botrd cities. But this prosperity was not to be lasting. The University of 
Buffalo instituted a medical department in T846, proving a powerful rival to 
Geneva, * ♦ * • ♦ Geneva Medical College as such had an existence 
of thirty-seven years, from 1835 to 1872. The period of its greatest pros- 
perity being from 1840 to 1850. The largest class being that of 1844, with 
196 matriculating students and 47 graduates. The smallest graduating class 
beingfotur, in 1856- During these thirty-seven years the degree of M.D. was 
ccmferred on 701 students. 

Great changes were taking place during these thirty-seven years in the 
monng centers of our population, in our social and industrial thoughts and 
habits, in the growth and development of our great inland as well as our 
sea-board cities by vast, widely extending, I may say continental, ocean to 
ocean raCway connections. 

Extremes of poverty and wealth meet in our large cities, without a 
known applied preventive remedy for either. For the economical admin- 
istration of public or private charity to the sick poor, hospitals are a neces- 
sity. They have sprung up with the growth of our larger cities, and have 
been utilized by the many medical schools of the country for clinical 
iastmction. Thus the tendency of medical thought has been less office 
reading and more college and hospital work — not enough of either yet — so 
that the location of a medical college in a village like Geneva has become 
altogether an obsolete idea; yet through the gates of Geneva many eminent 
men have entered the profession, men whose subsequent career would honor 
*ny college in the land. There is more in the man than in the college. 

•GciMr\-a Medical College was chartered in 1834 and gave its first course of instruction 
^1*35- It» first faculty were Edward Cutbush, Willard Parker, Thomas Spencer, John 
C«wge Morjpan, Charles B. Coventry and Anson Colman. Its faculty at a later period, 
iadoding several years, were James Hadley, John Delaniater. Thomas Spencer, James 
Webfler, Charles B. Coventry, Frank H. Hamilton and Charles A. Lee. After the 
teffalo,Medical School was opened the Geneva faculty was re-organized, consisting at 
*ffCTent times of the following members : John Towlcr, A. P. Bowen, Frederick Hyde, 
^lUiain Sweetzer. Joel Hardy, Caleb Green, George Burr, James H. Jerome. Alfred But- 
J».Netaon Nivison, Hiram N. Eastman, Ezra T. Allen, and Charles K. Ryder, some of 
vbom continued in their places, laboring in the school until it closed in 1872. When the 
*^*^»eTa Medical school was merged into the medical department of Syracuse irnivcrsity, 
*1« following memticrs of its faculty, Towlcr, Hyde, Nivison, Eastman and Ryder accept- 
•<*profea«orshipj« in the latter new institution. —Af^rfiVfl/ ^^iT'i''''*''/ ^'^"^^ *<o'* New Jfr- 
^^^C^nnecticnt^ i88t, p. 20s. 



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78 HISTORICAL SKETCH 

The faculty of the Geneva Medical College, appreciating the situation, 
took steps in 187 1 looking toward the removal of the college to S3rracuse, 
in connection with the newly established Syracuse University, where two 
well appointed hospitals had been in successful operation for several years. 
Through the kindness of the hospital trustees the college obtained per- 
mission to use both these institutions for clinical instruction. 

This movement of the faculty was successful. In 1872 the Geneva Medi- 
cal College, with its valuable library and museum, was transferred from the 
village of Geneva to the city of Syracuse, and became the College of Medi- 
cine of the Syracuse University. The first steps in relation to this removal 
were taken late in the year 1871. A special meeting of the Onondagm 
County Medical Society was held in the court house of this city 18 Nov. 
1 87 1, to learn the views and feelings of the profession of the county in 
regard to such removal. At this meeting the late Bishop J. T. Peck, D.D., 
and Dr. W. W. Porter, of Geddes, took their seats as representatives of the 
Syracuse University. Profs. Frederick Hyde, of Cortland, and John 
Towler, of Geneva, were present as representatives of the Geneva Medical 
College. The subject was discussed by the above named gentlemen and by 
several members of the Onondaga County Medical Society. 

The spirit and animus of this discussion was, if the college were removed 
it ought to elevate the standard of culture above the then prevailing stan- 
dard common in nearly all the colleges of the country ; that we had inferior 
colleges enough as to time of study and the requirements for graduation ; 
that if a medical department were added to the Syracuse University it 
ought to inaugurate a plan for a higher medical education. 

Dr. M. D. Benedict offered the following resolutions which were adopted 

by the society : 

Resolvedy That the Onondaga County Medical Societ}- look with favor 
upon the establishment of a school of medicine in connection with the 
Syracuse University, to be located in this city, and that in case of the 
organization of such school we pledge the approbation and support of thi» 
society. 

Resolved^ That it is the opinion of this society that a transfer of the Med- 
ical School of Hobart College to this city would advance the interests of 
medical education in Central New York, and would greatly enhance the 
usefulness of this school. 

Resolvedy That a standing committee of five be elected by ballot to com- 
municate the action of this meeting to the trustees of the Syracuse Univer- 
sity, and to cooperate with the .said trustees in the furtherance of the 
establishment of a Medical College in Syracuse 

The following gentlemen having received the highest number of vote* 
were elected on this committee : Drs. Alfred Mercer, G. T. Campbell, 
J. V. Kendall, J. P. Dunlap and R. W. Pease. 

These preliminary steps were followed by the removal of the Geneva 
Medical College to this city, and the college was formally opened in tem- 
porary apartments procured in the Clinton block on the first Thursday of 
October, 1872, which rooms were occupied for college purposes for three 






COI<LBGB OP MBDICINB 79 

jetrs, when the college was removed to its present location on Orange 
street 

The following gentlemen of the faculty of the Geneva College still filled 
chiirs after its removal to S3nracase : Profs. Hyde, Towler, Nivison, Bast- 
man and Rider. Under the re-organization the institution was known as 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Syracuse University. 

The following gentlemen constituted the faculty, giving the first course 
of lectures in Sjrracuse : 

John Towler, M.D., Professor of General, Special and Surgical Anatomy ; 
Frederick Hyde, M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery ; 
Siam N. Eastman, M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Medi- 
due; Nelson Nivison, M.D., Professor of Physiology, Pathology and 
Hygiene; Bdward B. Stevens, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica, Thera- 
peutics and Botany ; Charles B. Rider, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology 
lad Diseases of the Bar ; Harvey B. Wilbur, M.D., Professor of the Diseases 
of tlieMind and Nervous System ; Rev. John J. Brown, A.M., Professor of 
Chemistry; Wilfred W. Porter, M.D., Prof essor of Obstetrics and Diseases 
of Women and Children; John VanDuyn, M.D., Professor of Histology, 
Hicnwcopy, and Assistant to the chair of Anatomy ; Joseph P. Dunlap, 
M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine ; Henry Darwin Didama, M.D., Prof- 
«*» of Clinical Medicine; Roger W. Pease, M.D., Prof essor of Clinical 
Sorgery ; Alfred Mercer, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery ; J. Otis Burt, 
^^; Professor of Materia Medica ; Wm. T. Plant, Professor of Medical 
jBrispmdcnce ; John W. Lawton, M.D., Professor of Clinical Ophthalmol- 
<^ tod Diseases of the Bar; Miles G. Hyde, M.D., Demonstrator of 



HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE COLLEGE 

OF FINE ARTS 

BX-DBAN GKO. F. COMFORT, I..H.D. 

The College of Fine Arts was organized in the year 1873. I^s distinctive 
feature is to present courses of study in the various branches of the Pine 
Arts, similar in breadth and scope to the courses in the colleges of Liberal 
Arts in our country. As this college was a new experiment in Americui 
education, there were no models at hand that could be followed or referred k 
to for guidance. The work of organizing and developing this department of 
the University was, therefore, necessarily subject to conditions which might 
be modified as new opportunities and circumstances might arise. At the 
outset the faculty of instruction was formed from such helpers as were foond 
in the city of Syracuse. As the improved financial condition of the Univer- 
sity gradually permitted, accessions to the faculty were made from Burope 
and America. The college has kept pace with the advance of public taste, 
and the great improvement in the teaching of drawing and other branches 
of artistic education in the public and private schools of our country within 
the last quarter of a century has rendered it possible to gradually elevate 
the standard of admission to the courses of this college, with a correspond- 
ing advance in the grade and quality of instruction and the standard for 
graduation, coordinate with the progress that has been made in the Colleges 
of Liberal Arts, and of Medicine and Law, in this and other universities 
during the last twenty-five years. 

Since the College of Fine Arts was opened, in 1873, it has been attended, 
for longer or shorter periods, by 1395 students ; of these 232 have completed 
courses of study and been graduated. In view of the short time that is 
usually given by the youth of America to the study of art, and the custom 
of confining the study to the practical or technical side of art, the propor- 
tion of graduates is larger than could have been anticipated or expected. 

In the courses of study great prominence is given to the theory and the 
history of the respective branches of the fine arts, as well as to technical 
execution. A limited portion of time is given, also, to the most important 
related studies, especially in language, science and history, thus giving to 
the graduates a broad culture, in addition to critical knowledge and techni- 
cal in their special lines of artistic study. 

The magnificent building erected by the late Mr. John Crouse provides 
abundant accommodation for the work of this college. The Hiram Gee 
fellowship furnishes opportunity for the best graduate in the course in 
painting, in each year, to pursue advanced study in art in some country in 
Europe. The Leaven worth- Wolff collection of engravings of distinguished 
men of all countries and all ages is without a rival of its kind in America. 
The success of this college justifies the inauguration twenty-five years ago 
of this innovation in University education in America. 




I 



THE CORPORATION* 

1872-1898. AI.PHABBTICAIXY ARRANGBD 

i^ Hon. Charles ANDRKws,tLL.D., at large, 1900 

Ex-Chief Judge Court of Appeals, State of N. Y., Syracuse, N. Y. 
M John D. Archbold, at large, 1904 

Vice-President of the Standard Oil Co., New York, N. Y. 
1^79 ♦O. H. P. Archer, at large, 1894 

Agent for private estates, New York, N. Y. 
i&?o Rev. Bbenezbr Arnold,! at. large, 1872 

Northern N. Y. Conference, Port Jackson, N. Y. 
ihjo Hon. Allen C. Beach, e.r-officio, 1872 

( Lieut. -Governor.) 
3^3 Hon. James J. Bblden, at large, 1904 

Banker, Member of Congress, Syracuse, N. Y. 
iffio ♦Rev. James E. Bills. D.D., 1897 

Genesee Conference, Rochester, N. Y. Died 16 July 1897. 
1870 *Rev. Isaac S. Bingham, 1872 

Black River Conference, Herkimer, N. Y. 
1S75 R- M. Bingham, M.D., 1885 

N. N. Y. Conference, carriage manufacturer, Rome, N. Y. 
1S98 M. D. Blanchard, 1902 

Newark Conference, 
f^ Charles M. Bolen, 1901 

New York Conference, manufacturer. New York, N. Y. 
»S5s Samuel H. Bowne, ^ 1899 

New York Conference, merchant, New York, N. Y. 
i^S iRA D. Brainard, 1901 

Northern N. Y. Conference, banker, Waterville, N. Y. 
^70 *Rev. Daniel W. Bristol, D.D., 1878 

1870, Wyoming Conference, 1872 ; 1873, Central N. Y. Conference, 
1878. Died 1883 at Syracuse, N. Y. 
r885 James B. Brooks, A.M.,D.C.L., 1902 

Central N. Y. Conference. (See Faculty Record, College of Law. ) 
1S72 I Rev. Eli C. Bruce, D.D., j 1878 

1S89 ( Northern N. Y. Conference, Syracuse, N. Y. ( 1895 

1883 *Hon. PETER Burns, at large, 1896 

Died 1896 at S3rracuse, N. Y. 
i^ ♦Rev. Thomas Carlton, D.D., at large, 1872 

*lfCTBbem of the original corporation are indicated by a *. 



82 trustkks 

1896 Wai^ter S. Carter, 1901 

New York East Conference, lawyer, New York, N. Y. 
1870 *Hon. Sanpord E. Church, ex-officio, 1879 

(Chief Judge Court of Appeals, State of N. Y. ) 
1870 *Rev. Horatio R. Ci^ark, D.D., 1883 

Wyoming Conference, Binghauiton, N. Y. Died 4 November 
1898. (See Record, No. 1822.) 
1883 Hon. Grover Ci^EVBI^and, e.v-officio, 1885 

(Governor), Ex-President of the United States, Princeton, N. J. 

1888 *ROYAI. W. CWNTON, 1894 

Wyoming Conference. Died 20 March 1895, Newark Valley, N. Y. 
1870 *Hon. George F. CoMSTocK,f LL.D., at large, 1893 

Ex- Judge of Court of Appeals. Died 1893, at Syracuse, N. Y. 
1889 Chester A. Congdon, A.B., 1896 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 259.) 
1882 William Connell, 1895 

Wyoming Conference, banker and coal merchant, Scranton, Pa. 
1898 Rev. Theron Cooper, A.M., 1900 

Central N. Y. Conference, Syracuse, N. Y. (See Record, No. 117), 
1880 Hon. Alonzo B. Cornell, ex-officio, 1882 

(Governor. ) 

1897 *H. H. Crary, at large, 1901 

Bingham ton, X. Y. Died 1898. 
1870 Rev. Joseph F. Crawford,! 1872 

Manufacturer, Cazenovia, N. Y. 
1870 *JOHN Crouse, at large, 1889 

Wholesale grocer. Died 27 June 1889, at Syracuse, N. Y. 
1889 *D. Edgar Crousk, at large, 1893 

Wholesale grocer. Died 21 November 1893 at Syracuse, N. Y. 
1895 Angela K. Davis, at large, 1901 

Rochester, N. Y. 

1894 Rev. James R. Day, S.T.D., LL.D., cx^ojficio, 

(Chancellor.) (See Faculty Record.) 

1895 Hon. Abram I. Decker, 1900 

Wyoming Conference, merchant, Waverly, N. Y. 
1897 Casper G. Decker, 1900 

Central N. Y. Conference, merchant (see non-graduates), resigned 
1898. Elmira. N. Y. 
1870 ♦Hon. David Decker. ^ 1890 

1870, East Genesee Conference, 1873 \ ^S73» Central N. Y., 
Conference, 1890 ; leather manufacturer. Died 1890 at Blmira, 
X Y 
1894 Henry D. Didama, M.D., LL.D., at large, 1900 

(See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 
1873 * Hon. John A. Dix, cx-officio, 1874 

(Governor. ) 



TRUSTBB8 8$ 

1896 Edward h. Dobbins, 1898 

Newark Conference, Morristown, N. J. 

1875 Wn^UAM DoRSHBiMBR, ex-officio^ 1879 

(Ivieut.-Gov.) 

1895 John Dunn, Jr., at large, 1897 

Merchant, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1872 Charles T. Easton, 1875 

Troy Conference, Albany, N, Y. 

1895 Rev. Homer Eaton, D.D., 1901 

Troy Conference, agent Meth. Book Concern, New York, N. Y. 

1875 Hon. James W. Eaton, 1887 

Troy Conference, architect, Albany, N. Y. 

1870 *Hon. Reuben E. Fenton, at large, 1874 

1870 Rev. Wm. H. Ferris, D.D., 1887 

New York Conference, Matteawan, N. Y. 

1870 * Thomas B. FiTCH.f at large, 1880 

Banker, Syracuse, N. Y. Died August 1879 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

1870 ♦Rev. Aw)NZO FI.ACK, Ph.D., 1885 

New York Conference, educator, Claverack, N. Y. Died 1885. 

1880 *Hon. Charles J. Folger, ex-officio, 1881 

(Chief Judge, Court of Appeals, State of New York), Geneva, N.Y. 

1884 George P. Folts, 1900 

Northern N. Y. Conference, paper manufacturer, Herkimer, N. Y. 

1896 Rev. Bp. Chas. H. Fowler, D.D., LIv.D., at large, 1901 

Bishop M. E. church, Buffalo, N. Y. (Sec Record, No. 44.) 

1896 Porter M. French, A.M., 1902 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 198.) 

1870 Spencer R. Fuli^er,! 187 i 

1890 ♦Rev. Hiram Gee, 1896 

Central N. Y. Conference, Ithaca, N. Y. Died 5 August 1896. 

1882 Rev. Isaac Gibbard, D.D., 1892 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 45.) 

1875 Hon. Neil J. Gii^MOUR, ^^-^#r/V7, 1882 

(Supt. Pub. Instruction.) 

1885 Rev. A. Griffin, 1887 

Wyoming Conference, Kingston, Pa. 

1889 Rev. Henry Graham, D.D., 1901 

Troy Conference, Schenectady, N. Y. (See Record, No. 1855.) 

1890 Rev. Manley S. Hard, D.D., 1902 

Wyoming Conference, Sec. Church Extension Society. Kings- 
ton. Pa. (See Record, No. iii.) 

'874 •Rev. Erastus O. Haven, D.D., LL.D.. ex-offido, 1880 

(Chancellor.) (See Faculty Record.) 

^^7 Daniel Hayes, 1895 

Troy Conference, Gloversville, N. Y. 

% James L. Hayes, 190* 

Newark Conference, Newark, N, J. 



84 TRUSTEES 

1893 Frederick R. Hazard, at large, 1898 

Treas. Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
1895 John L. Heffron, M.D., 1901 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 517.) 

1879 *Rev. Wn^WAM F. Hemenway, 1883 

Northern N. Y. Conference, Mexico, N. Y. 

1895 Hon. Francis Hendricks, at large, 1901 

Merchant, Syracuse, N. Y. 
1872 *Rev. F. G. Hibbard, D.D., 1873 

East Genesee Conference. (See Record, No. 1813.) 
1883 Hon. David B. Hii,i„ cx-offido, 1886 

(Lieut. -Governor and Governor. ) 
1887 ♦C. N. H0AGI.AND, M.D., 1899 

N. Y. East Conference, physician, Brooklyn, N. Y. Died April 
1898. 
1870 *Hon. John T. Hoffman, ex-officio, 1872 

(Governor.) 
1878 Erastus F. H01.DEN, at large, 1900 

Coal merchant, Syracuse, N. Y. 
1872 Isaac Hoi^loway, 1880 

Genesee Conference, Buffalo, N. Y. 

1872 Prin. James H. Hoose, Ph.D., 1889 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 78. ) 

1880 Hon. Geo. G. Hoskins, ex-officio, 1882 

( Lieut. -Governor. ) 

1896 George R. Howe, 1897 

Newark Conference, wholesale jeweler, Newark, N. J. 
1874 Alfred A. HowletT, at large, 1904 

Banker, Syracuse, N. Y. 
1883 Rev. Wm. H. Hughes, 1889 

Troy Conference, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

1873 Rev. D. W. C. Huntington, D.D., 1879 

Central N. Y. Conference. University Place, Neb. (See Record, 
No. 1736.) 
1886 Rev. Bishop John F. Hurst, D.D., at large, 1888 

Bishop M. E. church, Washington, D. C. 

1885 *Nathaniei* C. Husted, M.D.,LL.D., 1892 

New York Conference, physician. Died 1892, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

1890 John S. Huyi,er, at large, 1902 
Merchant, New York, N. Y. 

1886 Theodore Irwin, at large, 1904 

Banker and manufacturer, Oswego, N. Y. 
1870 Rev. Benoni I. Ives, D.D., at large, 1902 

Auburn, N. Y. 
1870 * Hon. WiixARD Ives, 1886 

Northern N. Y. Conference, banker, Watertown, N. Y. 



TRUSTKBS 85 

1870 *Rev. Bishop Bdmund S. Janbs, D.D..LL.D., at Urge, 1872 

Bishop M. E. church. Died 1876. 
1885 Hon. Edward F. Jones, ex-officio, 1886 

( lyieut. -Governor .) 
1870 ♦Ezra JONES.f 1879 

Genesee Conference, foundry business, Rochester, N. Y. 
1S70 Rev. Jos. E. King, D.D., • 1881 

Principal F. E. Institute, Fort Edward, N. Y. 
1889 Daniel Klock, Jr., 1897 

Troy Conference, Troy, N. Y. 
1870 ♦Rev. James E. LAXiMER.f D.D., 1872 

East Genesee Conference. Died 27 Nov. 1884. 
1870 ♦Rev. Dallas D. Lore,! D.D., 1875 

Editor X. C Advocate, Sjn^cuse, N. Y. Died 20 June 1875. 
1893 John Lyman, at large, 1902 

La\^7'er, Syracuse, N. Y. 
1887 Rev. Bishop C. C. McCabe, D.D., 1891 

1894, New York Conference, 1902, Bishop M. E. church, Fort 
Worth, Texas. 
1898 William McEchron, 1903 

Troy Conference, Glens Falls, N. Y. 
1887 Rev. Samuel McKean, D.D., 1889 

Troy Conference, Lansingburg, N, Y. 

1897 Rev. George P. Mains, D.D., 1903 

N. Y. East Conference, agent Meth. Book Concern. New York, 
N. Y. (See Record, No. 1873.) 
1870 John T. Martin, 1887 

N. Y. East Conference, banker, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1898 Hiram Merritt, 1903 

New York Conference, New York, N. Y. 

1897 Rev. C. E. MiLLSPAUGH, A.M., 1902 

Genesee Conference, Albion, N. Y. (See Record, No. 201). 
i^ Rev. R. Dew ITT Munger, D.D., 1902 

Central N. Y. Conference, Auburn, N. Y. (See Record, No. 79.) 
1886 Edwin Nottingham, Ph.B., 1900 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 314.) 

1898 William Nottingham, Ph.D., 1904 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 315.) 

1879 William O'Connor, 1883 

Genesee Conference, Hornellsville, N. Y. 

^883 * Edward Ocumpaugh, 1895 

Genesee Conference, merchant, Rochester, N.Y. Died i Jan. 1895. 

^870 Hon. Darius A. Ogden, at large, 1872 

Lawyer and ex-judge, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

»^2 *Rev. Wm. H. Own. D.D., 1890 

Wyoming Conference, Bingham ton, N.Y. Died i6September 1889. 



86 TRUSTBBS 

1870 ♦Rev. Bishop JESSK T. PECKf, D.D,, 1883 

Bishop M. E. church, Syracuse, N. Y. Died May 1883 at Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 
1870 ♦Rev. Arza J. PHEi:.ps,f 1873 

Central N. Y. Conference. Died 13 July 1881. 
1898 Rev. James D. Phei.ps, D. D. , 1900 

Buffalo, N. Y. (See Record, No. 317.) 
1870 *WileredWickuffe Porter t, M.D., 1885 

Central N. Y. Conference, physician, Syracuse, N. Y. Died 
I June, 1885. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

1878 William I. Preston, 1895 

N. Y. East Conference, grain broker, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1870 Hon. H. G. Pbindle, 1875 

Wyoming Conference, lawyer, ex-judge, Binghamton, N. Y. 
1892 Samuel C. Pullman, 1894 

New York Conference, New York, N. Y. 

1879 *Rev. Luke C. Queal, D.D., 1898 

Central N. Y. Conference. Died 2 January 1898, at Moravia, N.V. 
1896 Rev. David B. F. Randolph, 190a 

Newark Conference, Jersey City, N. J. 
1886 Edwin R. Redhead, A.B., 190a 

Northern N. Y. Conference. (See Record, No. 248.) • 
1885 Rev. William H. Reese, 1887 

Northern N. Y. Conference. (See Record, No. 204.) 
1888 ♦Rev. John M. Rbid, D.D., LL.D., at lai^e. 1896 

New York, N. Y. (See Faculty Record, Genesee College.) Died 
16 May 1896. 
1870 Eliphalet Remington, 1903 

1870 Central N. Y. Conference. 1873 

^l^^ { Northern N. Y. Conference, \ ^^ 
1890 S * 1903 

Manufacturer, Ilion, N. Y. 

1883 ♦Philo Remington, 1889 

Northern New York Conference, manufacturer, Ilion, N. Y. 

Died 4 April 1889. 

1873 * Hon. John C. Robinson, ex-officio, 1874 

(Lieut. -Gov.) 

1877 Hon. Lucius Robinson, ex-officio, 1879 

(Governor.) 

1880 ♦Rev. Rodman H. Robinson, D.D., 1886 

Troy Conference. Died 19 October 1886, at Fort Plain, N. Y. 
1898 John L. Romer. at large, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
1870 ♦FranosH. RooTf, 1893 

Genesee Conference, leather manufacturer, Buffalo, N. Y. Died 
6 September 1892. 



TRUSTRBS 87 

1893 Hon. Wm. H. Rowe, Jr., 1899 

Troy Conference, manufacturer, Troy, N. Y. 
1897 ♦W. H. Rowe, 1898 

Troy Conference, manufacturer, Troy, N. Y. Died 1898. 

1882 * Hon. Wm. C. Rugsr, ex-officio, 1886 

( Chief Judge of Court of Appeals, State of New York. ) Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

1883 Hon. Wm. B. Ruggles, ex-officio, 1886 

(Supt. Pub. Instruction.) 
1880 ♦ Hon. Ross C- Scott, 1882 

Alumni Trustee. Died 20 September 1898. (See Record, No. 63.) 
1895 Clarence W. Sea mans, 1896 

N. Y. East Conference, merchant. 1896, at large, 1900, Brook- 
lyn, N. ,Y. 
1883 Rev. T. B. Shepherd, 1885 

1887, Northern N. Y. Conference, 1889, Oswego, N. Y. 
r88i Charles N. Sims, D.D., hh.D., ex-qfficio, 1893 

( Chancellor. ) ( See Faculty Record. ) 
1895 Katherinb p. Simpson, at large, 1901 

Scranton, Pa. 

1895 ♦Edwin T. Skidmore, 1896 

N. Y. Conference, Newburgh, N. Y. Died 5 Aug. 1896. 
1877 J. I>. Slayback, 1895 

N. Y. Conference, banker and broker. New York, N. Y. 
1890 Hon. Luther C. Slavens, at large, 1896 

I^awycr, Kansas City, Mo. 
1874 J. D. F. Slee, 1880 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 65.) 

1896 Lyman C. Smith, at large, ' 1904 

Manufacturer, Syracuse, N. Y. 
1896 Rev. Henry Spellmeyer, D.D., 1902 

Newark Conference, Newark, N. J. (See Record, No. 1850.) 
1883 Rev. L. L. Sprague, D.D., 1899 

Wyoming Conference, Principal Wyoming Seminary, Kings- 
ton, Pa. 
1895 Esther B. Steele, Lit. D., at large, 1901 

Elmira. N. Y. (See Record, No. 1885.) 
1^12 ♦Prof. Joel Dorman Steele. Ph.D., 1886 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 40.) 
J870 John Stevenson, 1878 

N. Y. East Conference, New York, N. Y. 
% David A. Stewart, 1875 

Black River Conference, Lowville, N. Y. 
»^ *AndrewV. Stout, 1877 

N. Y. Conference, banker. New York, N. Y. 



88 trustbbs 

1870 * Jambs L. Scatchard,! 1875 

Geuesee Conference, lumber merchant, Buffalo, N. Y. 

1896 Chari^BS a. Swbbt, at large, ll 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
1870 Rev. Gborgb Lansing Tayi,or, D.D., 1903 

N. Y. East Conference, Hamden, Conn. (See Record, No. 1855. J 
1892 Gborgb L. Thornb, 1900 

Genesee Conference, real estate, Buffalo, N. Y. 
1875 *Hon. Samuei, J. Tii,DBN, ex-officio, 187^ 

(Governor. ) New York, N. Y. Died 4 Aug. 1886. 

1897 Rev. Ezra S. Tippi^e, Ph.D., 1^ 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 682.) 
1886 Francis E. Trowbridge, at large, ' 1890 

(See Record, No. 594.) 
1872 Hon. E. C. Walker, 1874 

Alumni Trustee. (See Record, No. 83.) 
1895 George B. Watkins, 1901 

Genesee Conference, Rochester, N. Y. 
1870 Abram B. Weaver, ex-officioy 1874 

(Supt. Pub. Instruction.) 

1872 Rev. J. B. Wentworth, D.D., 1891 

Genesee Conference, Buffalo, N. Y. Died 1893. 
1883 Forrest G. Weeks, 1901 

Central N. Y. Conference, paper manufacturer, Skaneateles, N. Y. 
1870 Rev. Albert D. Wilbor,! 1872 

East Genesee Conference, Rochester, N. Y. 
1875 Hon. David Wilbor, 1881 

Wyoming Conference, merchant, Milford, N. Y. 
1892 Rev. William C. Wilbor, Ph.D., 19P3 

Genesee Conference, Olean, N. Y. (See Record, No. 786.) 
1870 Hiram A. Wilson, 1885 

Troy Conference, retired teacher, Saratoga, N. Y. 

1873 * Alexander WiNCHBLL, LL.D., ^^-^rw7, 1874 

(Chancellor. ) ( See Faculty Record. ) 



T&UST9BS ^ 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 

PRBSIDBNTS 

i8?o Rev. JBSSB T. Pkck, D.D., 1873 

lii73 Al.BXA.NDKR WiNCHBIX, hh. D., I874 

1874 David Dbckkr, 1879 

1879 Francis H. Root, 1893 
1893 John D. Archboi,d, 

vicb-prbsidbnts 

1&70 Hon. Georgb F. Cohstock, LL.D. (ist), 1893 

i^ Francis H. Root (2d), 1879 

i»79 Rev. Erastus O. Haven, D.D., LL.D. (2d), 1880 

1880 Erastus F. H01.DEN (2d), 1893 
1893 (ist), 

189s Jambs B. Brooks, A.M., D.C.L. (3d), 1893 

i«9J (2d), 

1893 AI.FRED A. HOWI,KTT (3d), 

secretaries 

1870 Rev. Dallas D. Lorb, D.D., 1873 

1873 John P. Griffin, A.M., 1874 

1874 Rev. D. W. C. Huntington, D.D., 1887 
1887 Edwin Nottingham, Ph.B. 

treasurbrs 

1870 Thomas B. Fitch, 1876 

1876 Jonathan C. Chase, 1880 

1880 Thomas J. Leach, 1884 

1884 THOBiAS W. DURSTON, 1895 

1895 Wilfred W. Porter, A.B. (No. 774.) 

financial agents 

1871 Rev. E. C. Curtis, D.D., 1884 
1879 Rev. B. I. Ives, D.D., 1881 

1895 D. C. ScoviLLE, 1896 

1896 Rev. J. Benson Hamilton, D.D., 1897 

% Rev.; J. A. GUTTERIDGE, D.D., 

REGISTRAR AND RECBTVER 

I Prof. John P. Griffin, A.M., 1875 

Prof. Frank Smalley, Ph. D., 1894 

REGISTRAR 

% Prof. Prank Smallev, Ph.D. 



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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION* 

The Alumni Association of Syracuse University was organized Ji 
1872. It continued under the original organization until June, 1884 
it became a corporate body under a recent legislative provision of th 
of New York. In consequence it adopted a new constitution, which 
with appended with subsequent amendments for convenience of ref< 
together with a list of officers since the first organization in 1872 
alumni of the four colleges meet together in the association. The 
of the College of Medicine maintain a distinct organization, althot 
general association is open to all graduates of Syracuse University 
college* thereof. 

CONSTITUTION OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF SYR/' 

UNIVERSITY 

Jtnie 7, iSgS 

ARTICI,E I. — NAME AND OBJECT 

The name of this corporation shall be " The Alumni Association 
cuse University ^^'' and its object shall be to secure the benefits of at 
the Legislature of the State of New York, entitled, ** An Act to pro\ 
the incorporation of the alumni of colleges and universities in the ^ 
New York," passed June 3, 1882, and the acts amendatory thereof a: 
plementary thereto. 

ARTICLE II. — MEMBERSHIP 

Any graduate of, or person who has received a degree from Sj 
University, or any college thereof, or what was formerly known as C 
College, may become a member of this corporation upon signing, c 
ing to be signed, his or her name to its constitution and by-laws, and 
a membership fee of one dollar. 

ARTICI.E III.— OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND EXECUTIVE COMMITl 

Sec. I. The directors of this corporation shall be thirteen inn 
and shall be elected annually at the annual meeting of this corporal 
ballot ; and such directors shall hold office until their successors s 
elected. 

g 2. At such annual meeting and from such board of directors, t 
poration shall elect by ballot a president, a vice-president, a recordi 
retary, and a corresponding secretary and treasurer, who shall be p« 
vice-president, recording secretary, and corresponding secretary and tr 
of the corporation, of the board of directors, and of the executive com 



♦ Prepared by Kcv. Joseph H. Zartman, A.M., of the committee. 



y 



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THB AI^UMNl ASSOCIATION 9I 

§ 3. The board of directors shall, within ten days from the date of their 
election, meet and elect by ballot from their niunber, an executive com- 
mittee of seven, of whom the president, vice-president, recording secretary, 
ud corresponding secretary and treasurer shall be four. 

ARnOB IV.— POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS, BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Sec. I. The board of directors shall have the management, custody and 
also control of the property and effects of the corporation, subject, however, 
to the provisions of section 6 of the act hereinbefore mentioned, and the 
acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto ; and shall possess and 
discharge such other powers and duties as may be conferred or imposed 
npon them by the corporation or by law. 

^ 2. The executive committee shall have power to appoint and remove 
in agents and servants of the corporation save its permanent officers ; to 
audit and allow all bills and accounts against the corporation ; to direct the 
corresponding secretary and treasurer in the disposition of all funds and 
moneys not permanenth' invested ; to make or withdraw and have general 
charge, management and control of all investments of the property and 
funds of the corporation : subject, however, to the provisions of the act 
hereinbefore mentioned and the acts amendatory thereof and supplementary 
thereto, and to the further limitation that none of the property or funds of 
aid corporation shall be invested otherwise than in the bonds of the United 
States or first mortgages upon improved real estate ; to supervise and con- 
trol the prosecution or defense of any action or actions that may be brought 
by or against the corporation; to make and to supervise preparation and 
anangement for the annual meeting of the corporation ; all acts of said 
committee in the premises being subject, however, to review, modification 
« disapproval by the board of directors at any special or annual meeting 
thereof. 

^ 3. The duties of the president shall be to preside at all meetings of 
the corporation, board of directors and executive committee, and to dis- 
cbarge such other duties as may be devolved upon him from time to time 
bylaw, or the constitution or by-laws of this corporation. 

^ 4- The vice-president shall perform all the duties of the president in 
bis absence or disability. 

^ 5- The recording secretary shall take and record in a book provided 
for that purpose, the proceedings of all meetings of the corporation, board 
^rf directors and executive committee, and shall discharge such other duties 
>*may be laid upon him by these respective bodies. 

^ 6. Tlie corresponding secretary and treasurer shall keep the funds of 
^ corporation, not permanently invested, upon deposit with such bank 
* trust company as the executive committee shall designate unless the 
^d of directors shall otherwise determine ; shall receive and disburse all 
'''^"^ys of the corporation ; shall give such security for the faithful per- 
^*mance of his trust as the board of directors shall prescribe ; shall have 



92 THB AI^UMNI ASSOCIATION 

the custody of the papers, documents, securities and seal of the corporation 
shall make and prepare the report required by section 7 of. the act hereb 
before referred to and the acts amendatory thereof and supplemental 
thereto, and submit the same to the corporation at its annual meeting ; an 
shall discharge such other duties as usually pertain to said offices of corm 
ponding secretary and treasurer, or are conferred thereupon by law or b 
the constitution and by-laws of this corporation ; but said correspondii^ 
secretary and treasurer shall pay no bills against said corporation exceed 
ing twenty dollars in amount unless the same shall have been previoiul} 
audited by the executive committee. 

ARTICI,E V. — ANNUAI, DUBS 

Each member of this corporation shall pay to the treasurer thereof an 
annual due of one dollar, in addition to the membership fee mentioned in 
Article II, for the first year of his membership in this corporation, and an 
annual due of one dollar for each and every year thereafter ; and no mem- 
ber of this corporation shall be entitled to enjoy any of the privileges of 
exercise any of the franchises pertaining to such membership, until such 
dues have been paid. But any member who has lost the rights of member- 
ship shall have the privilege of regaining such rights by the payment d 
(I2.00) two dollars. 

ARTICI,K VI. — EI^CTION OF AI,UMNI TRUSTEES 

Sec. I. No person shall be eligible to the office of alumni trustee 01 
Syracuse University except he or she shall be a member of this corporatioi 
entitled to vote at an annual meeting thereof. 

^ 2. Such alumni trustee or trustees, as the case may be, shall be electee 
by ballot in the following manner : Any fifteen or more members of thi 
Association may file with the corresponding secretary, on or before the firs 
day of March of the year in which any election of alumni trustee or trua 
tees is to occur, a written nomination or nominations, as the case may be 
for such trustee or trustees, to be elected by the alumni at such election 
All such written nominations shall remain unopened in the hands of sai< 
corresponding secretary until the first day of March of said year. 

^ 3. Within two weeks after the first day of March of said year the cor 
responding secretary shall mail to each alumnus the list of candidates Si 
nominated. 

§ 4. After the list of candidates has been announced, each voter shal 
seal a slip, on which shall be the name of the candidate or candidates vote* 
for, and shall deliver the same, personally or otherwise, together with hi 
name, to the corresponding secretary of the Association, before the conn 
is had upon the day of the annual meeting. 

^5. At 12 o'clock noon, on the day of the annual meeting of the Assc 
ciation, in said year, at Syracuse, New York, these ballots shall be opene< 
and counted by an election committee, consisting of the corresponding sec 
retary of the Association and two other members of the executive commit 
tee, appointed by the president of the Association. A report of the samt 



THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 93 

AiH be made by said committee to the Alumni Association assembled in 
MfBlar session on that day. 

1 6u If the report of the committee shows that no candidate has received 
•■ajority of the votes cast, the members of the Association present at the 
receiving the report of the committee shall at once proceed to 
a trustee or trustees by ballot from the two or more candidates, not 
te exceed five, receiving the highest number of votes, and shall continue 
^»V'*^*«g until a trustee or trustees shall have been elected. Such election 
iall require a majority vote. 




ARTICLE VII. — ALUMNI VISITORS 

Sk. I. There shall be a lx)ard of alumni visitors consisting of at least 
ae representative from each of the colleges of Syracuse University. 

( 2. Said visitors shall be annually elected by the Association by a 
■ytllji of all the votes cast for them, the mode of election to be deter- 
■Md at the time. 

is. It shall be the duty of the visitors to visit the University as frequently 
mmaj be desirable during the year of their service prior to Commencement 
VRk, to carefully inspect the financial and educational work of the same, 
Md to make to the annual meeting of the Association a concise report in 
vridngbf their judgment of the standing of the institution. 

ARTICLE VII. — SEAL 

The Corporation shall have a seal of such size, form and design as the 
knd of directors shall prescribe. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I. — ANNUAL MEETING 

Sbc. 1. The annual meeting of this corporation shall be held at the city 
tf SriBcuse, N. Y., at such time during the Commencement week of Syra- 
OK University as shall be directed by the board of directors. 

i 2. Written notice of the time and place of holding such annual meet- 
■g shall be given by the corresponding secretary and treasurer to each 
Member of the corporation if personally, at least fifteen days, and if by 
■bI, at least thirty days prior to the date designated for holding the same. 

\ 5. Such annual meeting may be adjourned from time to time during 
•Bch Commencement week, if such adjournment be necessary to the com- 
yfetioo of the business. 

ARTICLE II. — MEETING OV DIRECTORS 

Sec. I. The board of directors of said corporation shall hold their 
ttonal meeting at such time during said Commencement week, at Syracuse, 
y. Y., as they shall deem convenient. 

\ 2. The president shall call a special meeting of the board of directors 
•t toy time upon the written request of two or more directors, which meet- 
ttg shall be held at Syracuse, N. Y., at such time as the president designates, 
■ot exceeding forty days from the date of the submission of the request. 



94 THB Al^UMNI ASSOCIATION 

§ 3. The corresponding secretary shall give written notice of the tim 
and place of holding such special meetings to each director, before the tim 
appointed for holding the same, of at least five days, if personally, and * 
by mail, of at least ten days, which shall state the object for which sue 
meeting is called. 

ARTICLE HI. — MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Sec. I. The executive committee shall meet at any time upon the ca 
of the president, and the president may make such call upon his oiw 
motion ; he shall also call the executive committee together at any tin 
upon the written request of two of its members, which request shall sta. 
the object for which said meeting is desired to be called. 

'i 2. Written notice of such meeting, and the time and place when az 
where tlie same shall be held, shall be given by the corresponding secretar 
personally or by mail, at least five days previous to the time appointed f* 
holding the same. 

ARTICLE IV. — QUORUM 

Sec. I. The members present at any annual meeting of the corporation 
not less than twenty in number, shall constitute a quorum for the transae 
tion of busmess at such meeting. 

2 2. A majority of the board of directors shall constitute a quorum foi 
the transaction of business at any special or annual meeting of the board 

g 3. A majority of the executive committee shall constitute a quonm 
for the transaction of business at any meeting thereof. 

ARTICLE V. — VACANCIES 

Sbc. I. All vacancies in the board of directors or officers occasioned b; 
death, resignation, or otherwise, shall be filled by the remaining member 
of the board, and the pensons so elected to fill vacancies, shall hold offic 
until the next ensuing annual meeting of the corporation. 

§ 2. All vacancies in the executive committee occurring by resignation 
death, or otherwise, shall be filled by the board of directors, and a specis 
meeting of such board may be called for that purpose. 

ARTICLE VI. — REMOVALS 

Any member of the executive committee, save the permanent ofiicers c 
the corporation, may be removed at any time by the board of directors upo; 
sufficient cause shown. 

ARTICLE VII.— AMENDMENTS 

This constitution and by-laws may be amended at any annual meetia 
of the corporation by a vote of two-thirds of the members present at sue 
meeting. 



THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 95 

OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

PRESIDBNTS 

1872-3 Rev. Otis L. Gibson, A.M., *58. 

1873-4 Rev. M. C. Dean, A.M., '57. 

1874-6 Charles M. Underbill, A.M., *6o. 

1876-7 George W. Elliott, A.M., '73. 

1877-8 Rev. John Alabaster, A.M., *6o. 

1878-9 Rev. Charles H. Fowler, D.D., LL.D., '59. 

1879-80 J. Dorman Steele, Ph.D., '58. 

1880-1 Rev. Isaac Gibbard, D.D., '59. 

1881-3 Rev. Manley S. Hard, M.S., '63. 

1883-4 Edwin Nottingham, Ph.B., '76. 

( New Association ) 

1SS4-S William Nottingham, Ph.D., '76. 

1885-6 J. M. Gilbert, A.M., '75. 

1886-7 E. O. Kinne, Ph.B., M.D., '76. 

1887-8 Prof. Walter A. Brownell, Ph.D., '65. 

1888-9 Caxrie I. Shevelson, A.M., *8i. 

i889-'90 Rev. Oscar A. Houghton, D.D., '69. 

18^0-1 John T. Roberts, A.M., '76. 

1891-2 Willis A. Holden, M.S., '80. 

1802-3 Bdwin M. Wells, A.M., *82. 

i8q^«4 Rev. Theron R. Green, A.M., '80. 

1894—5 Benjamin J. Shove, A.M., *8o. 

1895-^ Prof. Charles N. Cobb,lA.M., '77. 

1896-7 Rev. Ezra S. Tipple, Ph.D., '84. 

1897-3 Rev. R. D. Munger, D.D., '61. 

1898-9 Prin. Francis J. Cheney, Ph.D., '72. 

VICB-PRBS I DENTS 

jgy2— 3 Rev. Sidney O. Barnes, A.M., '62. 

1872—3 Prcrf. Francis J. Cheney, A.B., '72. 

j3-2_^ Mrs. Manley S. Hard, M.S., *65. 

jg-^__^ Mrs. George VanAlstyne, A.M., *62. 

xSt^—A Rc'v. Isaac Gibbard, A.M., '59. 

jg-^_^ Prof. W. A. Brownell,- A.M., '65. 

jg-^_^ Rev. Manley S. Hard, M.S., '63. 

jg-^_^ Rev. Theron Cooper, A.M., '64. 

j<^M^^ Mrs. Zella Rolinson Hunt, A.M., *62. 

1875-6 George W. Elliott, A.B., '73. 

1875"^ Mrs. Virginia Taylor Fenner, M.S., '66. 

1875-6 Rev. Carlton C. Wilbor, A.M., *68. 

1876—7 Ross C. Scott, A.M., '60. 

xSj^-J Rev- 3- O. Barnes, A.M., '62. 
Flora A. EUis, A.M., '62. 



THB A1«UMNI ASSOCIATION 



[877-8 Rev. M. C. Dean, A.M., *57. 

[877-8 Mrs. M. S. Hard, A.M., '65. 

[877-8 N. M. Wheeler, A.B., '75. 

[878-9 Charles D. I^athrop, A.M., '75. 

[878-9 Judge John S. Morgan, A.M., '70. 

[878-9 Mrs. J. T. Brownell, B.S., '64. 

[879-80 Rev. W. H. Reese, A.M., '70. 

[879-80 Charles A. Fowler, A.B., '74. 

[879-80 Belva A. Lockwood, M.S., '57. 

[880-1 R. S. Keyser, A.M., '72. 

[880-1 B. Keeler, Ph.D., '76. 

[880-1 Mrs. J. M. Gilbert, M.S., '75. 

[881-2 Rev. George H. Dryer, A.M., '72. 

[881-2 Adelphia M. Quivey, B.P., '77. 

[881-2 Rev. C. C. Wilbor, Ph.D., '68. 

[882-3 Rev. R. D. Mnnger, A.M., *6i. 

[882-3 Mrs. Ida Gilbert De La Mater, M. S., *76. 

[882-3 Rev. E. S. Osbon, A.M., '75. 

[883-4 Rev. J. T. Brownell, A.M., '63. 

[883-4 Mrs. J. M. Gilbert, M.S., *75- 

( New Association) 

[884-5 Rev. C. C. Wilbor, Ph.D., '68. 

[885-6 Prof. Frank Smalley, A.M., '74. 

[886-8 Prof. Charles N. Cobb, A.M., '77. 

[888-9 Rev. Theron R. Green, A.M., '80. 

[889-90 Alice Bannister, B.P., '81. 

[890-1 Jennie Thorburn Sanford, Ph.B., '87. 

[891-2 Rev. Charles Eddy, A.M., '60. 

[892-3 Carrie E. Sawyer, A.B., '87. 

[893-4 Alice Dunn, B.P., '90. 

[894-5 Flora Ellis Wells, Ph.D., '62. 

[895-6 Carro J. Cummings, Ph.B., '94. 

[896-7 Kate C. Hatmaker, B.Mus., '87. 

[897-8 Mrs. Manley S. Hard, M.S., '65. 

[898-9 Milicent Augusta Hinkley, Ph.B., '94. 

RECORDING SECRETARY 

[872-3 Prof. Henry R. Sanford, A.M., *6i. 

[873-4 Prof. Roland S. Keyser, A.B., '72. 

[874-5 Rev. O. A. Houghton, A.M., '69. 

[875-6 Prof. Walter A. Brownell, A.M., '65. 

[876-7 Clara Bannister, B.S., '75. 

[877-8 Edwin Nottingham. Ph.B.. '76. 

[878-81 Rev. Miles G. Bullock. Ph.D., '68. 

[881-2 Prof. Judson B. Coit, Ph.D., '75. 

[882-3 Rev. C. C. Wilbor, Ph.D., '68. 

[883-4 Prof. W. A. Brownell. Ph.D., '65. 



THB AI^UMNI ASSOCIATION 97 

(Ne7v Association) 

1890-1 Wm. A. Gere, A.B., '84. 

1891-2 Prof. Oscar C. Kinyon, A.M., *82. 

1892-3 Rev. Charles E. Hamilton, A.M., *86. 

1893-^ William Y. Foote, A.B., '87. 

1896^ l/cwis P. Smith, A.M., '93. 

189^^ Henry Phillips A.M., '93. 

SBCRBTARY AND TRBASURBR 

( AVa' Associatiofi ) 
1884-5 James M. Gilbert, A.M., '75. 
1885-6 E. Olin Kinne, Ph.B., M.D., '76. 
1886-7 Rev. Carlton C. Wilbor, Ph.D., *68. 
1887-9 Prof. J. Scott Clark, A.M., '77. 
1889-90 Rev. Joseph H. Zartman, *A.M., '78. 

CORRBSPONDING SBCRBTARY AND TRBASURBR. 

1890-9 Rev. Joseph H. Zartman, A.M., '78. 

CORRBSPONDING SBCRBTARY 

1872-3 Joseph Jones, A.M., '64. 

1873-4 Rev. M. S. Hard, M.S., '63. 

1874-5 H. R. Sanford, A.M., '61. 

1875-6 Rev. M. S. Hard, M.S., 63. 

i876-«2 James M. Gilbert, A.B., '75. 

1882-3 Mrs. M. S. Hard, M.S.. '65. 

1883-4 Mrs. Wm. Nottingham, Ph. M., *8o. 
Ste ** Secretary and Treasurer,^' 

TRBASURBR 
'872-3 Rev. Manley S. Hard, M.S., *63. 
1873-4 Rev. O. A. Houghton, A.M., * 69. 
1874-80 Mrs. George Van Alstyne, A.M., '62. 
i88o-i Clara H. Bannister, B.S., '75. 
1881-2 Rev. Wm. H. Reese, A.M., *70. 
1882-4 Ella I. French, B. Mus., '78. 

See ** Secretary and Treasurer,*^ 

HISTORIAN 

1872-3 Rev. R. DeWitt Munger, A.M., '61. 
'873-4 Rev. George Van Alstyne, A.M., '62. 

NBCROI,OGIST 

1875 Rev. Theron Cooper, A.M., '64. 

1876-82 Rev. John J. Brown, A.M.. '60. 

ORATOR 

1873 Rev. John Alabaster, A.M., '60. 

1874 Rev- Isaac Gibbard, A.M., '59. 

1875 Rev. John M. Reid, D.D. 



98 THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

1876 Prof. J. Dorman Steele, Ph. D., '58. 

1877 Judge John S. Morgan, A.M., *7o. 

1878 Rev. Charles H. Fowler, D.D., '59. 

1879 Rev. Jabez R. Jaques, D.D., '54. 

1880 Rev. C. C. Wilbor, Ph. D., '68. 

1882 Rev. C. W. Winchester, A.M., '67. 

1883 Rev. E. DeWitt Huntley, D.D.. '66. 

1885 Rev. J. D. Phelps, A.M., '76. 

1886 Rev. W. R. Benham, D.D., '66. 

1887 William Nottingham, Ph. D., '76. 

1888 Rev. George Van Alystyne, D.D., '62. 

1889 Prof. D. E. Smith, Ph. D., '81. 

1890 Rev. George H. Dryer, D.D., '72. 

1891 Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood, LL.D., '57. 

1892 Rev. Francis Durbin Blakeslee, D.D., '72. 

1893 Franklin Pierce, A.M., '79. 

1894 Martha Foote Crow, Ph.D., '76. 

1895 Rev. Maltbie D. Babcock, D.D., '79. 

1896 Rev. John W. Thompson, D.D., '91. 

1897 Rev. Henry Spellmeyer, D.D., '81. 

POET 

1872 Mrs. Mary Green Wood, '56. 

1874 E. D. Blakeslee, A.M., '69. 

1875 M. M. Merrell, A.M., '58. 

1876 Mrs. B. C. Rude, A.M., '76. 

1877 Ida A. Gilbert, B.S., '76. 

1878 Ricliard E. Day, A.B., '77. 
1878 Prof. J. Scott Clark, A.B., '77. 
1880 Prof. J. D. Phelps, A.M., '76. 

1882 Prof. N. M. Wheeler, A.M., '75. 

1883 Mrs. Sarah Ford Crosby, B.S., '63. 

1884 Marietta E. Morse, A.M., '81. 

1885 Rev. F. N. Wescott, A.M., '79. 

1886 Nellie George Hollett, A.M., '79. 

1887 Prof. William Abbott Wilson, A.B., '86. 

1888 Prof. Rena Micliaels, Ph.D., '74. 

1889 Miss Bertha Bannister, A.B., *86. 

1890 George W. Weaver, A.M., '78. 

ALUMNI ENDOWMENT FUND COMMITTEE. 

1890-9 Frank Smalley, Ph.D., '74; J.Scott Clark, A.M., 
Lucien M. Underwood, Ph.D., '77. 
See General Index ^ Alumni Endowment, 



THB AI^UBiNI ASSOCIATION 99 

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION* 

OF THE 

LOLLEGE OF MEDICINE OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY AND 

GENEVA MEDICAL COLLEGE 

¥15 formed 19 Feb. 1875. The membership consists of the graduates of 
Gtaeva Medical College, and the faculty and graduates of the College of 
HedJcine of Syracuse University. 
Tbe object of the Association is the advancement of medical education 
ndihe promotion of social intercourse among the alumni. 

Dr. R. W. Pease was elected temporary chairman, and the following were 
tfccted officers for the first year : 

Preideni, Dr. Blebker S. Hovey, Geneva 1842, Rochester, N. Y. 
r^t Vice-President, Dr. D. D. Wickham, Syracuse 1875, Port Jervis, N.Y. 
Stt«Mi Vice-President, Dr. E. A. Overhiser, Syracuse 1875, Coopers 
Pltns, N. Y. 
Thini Vice-President, Dr. A. L. Saunders, Geneva 1839, Brookfield,N.Y. 
Ccrrc^wnding Sec'y, Dr. A. S. Edwards, Syracuse 1874, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Hecording Sec'y, Dr. W. T. Burdick, Syracuse 1875, Watertown, N. Y. 
Treasurer, Dr. Ai^fred Mercer, Geneva 1845, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Meetings of the association have been held annually since 1875, during 
COBBencement week in June. 
Tic officers for the year 1898-9 are : 

Resident, Dr. George M. Price, Syracuse, N. Y. 

First Vice-President, Dr. R. C. Hanchbtt, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Second Vice-President, Dr. Fred W. Sw)CUM, Camillus, N. Y. 

RecjTding Sec'y, Dr. I. H. Levy, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Corresponding Sec'y, Dr. E. J. Wynkoop, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Treasurer, Dr. A. C. MERCER, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Xecrologist, Dr. D. M. Totman, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Orator for Geneva, Dr. B. I. Prbston, Rochester, N. Y. 

Oator for Syracuse. Dr. J. L. Heffron, Syracuse, N. Y. 

EXECUTIVE committee 

Ore. D. H. Murray, E. H. Gai,w)way, W. S. Wallace, Thf.o. T. 
KHPFSR and Grace E. Avery, all of Syracuse. 

*By Profc!s«)or David M. Totman, M.D., '76. 



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THE SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATIO 

OF NEW YORK CITY* 

Within a radius of fifty miles with New York City Hall as a centre wej 
living in the autumn of 189 1 over a hundred graduates and former studeni 
of Syracuse University and Genesee College. Previous to that time n 
effort had been made to bring them together as a body with common bond 
of interest in the university. 

The initiative that led to the formation of the Syracuse Alumni A&socia 
tion of New York City, was taken by Miss Jennie Whitbread, '87, whc 
wrote to several of the well-known alumni, urging the formation of suchai 
association. This was followed by a meeting called by Rev. Ezra S. Tipple 
'84, to convene at eight o'clock on the evening of Nov. 20th, 1891, in t 
lecture-room of St. Luke's M. E. church, New York city, of which Mr 
Tipple was then in charge, and there was formally begun the movement tc 
organize the New York Alumni Association. At that time a temporar} 
organization was formed with Mr. Tipple as president, and Miss Whitbreac 
and Prof. B. C. Mathews, '77, were appointed a committee to draft a con 
fltitution. This temporary organization arranged for the first dinner whicl 
was given at ** Clark's " on 23rd street. 

At a later meeting, held in the Central Y. M. C. A. building, the consd 
tntion was adopted, permanent officers were elected and plans laid for th) 
second annual dinner. 

From this modest beginning the Association has grown to have forty-eigh 
active, nine non-graduate, one associate and twelve honorary ( members 
the faculties, not graduates of Syracuse, and trustees ) members ; a 
elaborate dinner has been an annual occurrence, since the first, alwa^r 
held at the Hotel Savoy, one of New York's most beautiful hotels, attende 
by an enthusiastic gathering of the members and their friends and, owin 
largely to the liberality of Mr. Archbold, president of the Board of Trusteei 
rendered unusually brilliant as such college affairs go, even in New Yor 
city, by profuse decorations and by quantities of the choicest flowers to h 
found in the city. 

No history of the Association would be complete without a full expressio 
of its obligations to Mr. Archbold for his interest in, and support of, ever 
movement of the Association. To Miss Jennie Whitbread, Rev. E. S 
Tipple, Dr. B. C. Mathews and others belongs the credit of the AssocL 
tion's inception, to Mr. F. E. Trowbridge its thanks are due for liber 
support in the columns of the press ; but most of all to Mr. Archbold is tl 
Association indebted, without whom it would not have succeeded so well 
its mission of publishing the value and the scope of our Alma Mater as L- 
■** Ideal University." 

• By Prof. J. Blake Hillyer, 94. 



THB NBW YORK AI^UMNI ASSOCIATION lOI 

OFPICBRS, 1 891 AND 1 892 

President, Rev. E. S. Tippi^. 

Recording Secretary, Mrs. C. L. Wawworth. 

Correspcmding Secretary, Miss Jennie L. WhiTbrbad. 
Record of other officers missing for this year.) 

officers, 1892 AND 1 893 

President, Prof. B. C. MaTHEWS. 

First Vice-President, Rev. J. W. A. DoDGE. 

Second Vice-President, Miss B. F. Crane. 

Third Vice-President, Lyman C. Pierce. 

Recording Secretary, F. G. Banister. 

Corresponding Secretary, Miss Jennie L. WhiTbread. 

Treasurer, Prof. Wm. Harman vanAu3N. 

officers, 1893 AND 1 894 

President, Prof. B. C. Mathews. 

First Vice-President, Rev. J. W. A. DoDGE. 

Second Vice-President, Mrs. S. F. Barton. 

Third Vice-President, Earlman Fenner. 

Recording Secretary, F. G. BanistER. 

Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. GEO. VanAi,sTyne. 

Treasurer, Wii«uam H. Ives. 



OFFICERS, 1894 AND 1895 

President, Prof. B. C. Mathews. 

First Vice-President, Rev. John A. Ingham. 

Second Vice-President, Mrs. S. F. Barton. 

Third Vice-President, Rev. Karl Swartz. 

Recording Secretary, F. G. Banister. 

Corresponding Secretary, Miss Nelwe WilmoT. 

Treasurer, Wiluam H. Ives. 



OFFICERS, 1895 AND 1896 

President, Rev. E. S. Tipple. 

First Vice-President, Dr. B. C. Mathews. 

Second Vice-President, Rev. John A. Ingham. 

Third Vice-President, Rev. Karl Swartz. 

Recording Secretary, F. G. Banister. 

Corresponding Secretary, Miss Nellie Wilmot. 

Treasurer, Wm. H. Ives. 



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OFFICERS, 1897 



President, 

Frist Vice-President, 
Second Vice-President, 
Third Vice-President, 
Recording Secretary, 



Wm. H. Ives. 
Rev. Karl Swartz. 
Prof. J. H. Carfrey. 
Prof. Chas. O. Dewey. 
F. G. Banister. 



Corresponding Secretary, Miss Eliza Leyden. 
Treasurer, J. Blake Hillyer. 



officers, 1898 



President, 

First Vice-President, 
Second Vice-President, 
Third Vice-President, 
Recording Secretary, 



Wm. H. Ives. 

Rev. Karl Swartz. 

Dr. Chas. O. Devtey. 

Prof. E. Vincent Aldridgb. 



F. G. Banister. 
Corresponding Secretary, Miss Carrie S. Romer. 
Treasurer, J. Blake Hillyer. 

List of alumni and others on the rolls, active and associate 
distinguished. 



John D. Archbold, 

E. Vincent Aldridge, 

F. G. Banister, 
Mrs. Sara F. Barton, 
Guy H. Baskerv-ille, 
Rev. Jas. Y. Bates, 
Henry K. Carroll, 

J. H. Carfrey, 

Geo. F. Chandler, 

C. F. Chellbarg, 

Arthur C. Connelly, 

W. W. Damon, 

Henry T. Dawson, 

Chas. O. Dewey, 

Rev. J. W. A. Dodge, 

W. B. Dygert, 

Barlman Fenner, 

Rev. Ernest L. Fox 

Miss Sylvia L. Fox, 

J. Blake Hillyer, 

Rev. J. L. Hurlbut, 

Rev. Chas. X. Hutchinson, 

Wm. H. Ives, 

Mrs. Bertha Sawyer Ives, 



Ion Jackson, 

Geo. R. Kent, 

Miss Eliza Leyden, 

W. H. McKenzie, 

B. C. Mathews, 

Robert J. Mix, 

Rev. William C. O'Donnell. 

Rev. Wm. E. Palmer, 

Franklin Pierce, 

Lyman C. Pierce, 

Miss Carrie S. Romer, 

Wm. H. Rowe, 

L. E. Rowley, 

Rev. A. K. Sanford, 

Rev. Karl Swartz, 

Archibald SwJirtz, 

Rev. Chas. F. Sitterly, 

Rev. Ezra S. Tipple, 

Francis E. Trowbridge, 

Lucien M. Underwood, 

Rev. George Van Alstyne, 

Mrs. Helen M. Van Alstyne, 

Mrs. Flora Crane Van Wagoner, 

Rev. Chas. S. Wing. 



THE CHICAGO AI.UMNI ASSOCIATION IO3 

THE CHICAGO ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF SYRACUSE 

UNIVERSITY* 

On Saturday, March 19, 1898, the following former students of Syracuse 

riivcreity met at luncheon as the guests of Dr. J. S. Marshall and Mr. R, P. 

Bdlett, at the Union League Club, Chicago, 111., to consider the project of 

c^izing an Alumni Association of Syracuse University for the central 

ust: Ih". John S. Marsliall, '76 ; Prof. Martha Foote Crow, '76 ; Prof. 

I.Srott Clark, '77 : R. P. Hollett, '78 ; Mrs. Nelhe George Hollett, '79 ; Prof. 

Oarics B. Atwell, '79 ; Prof. Charles M. Turtou, '83 ; Mrs. Sara Maxson 

Cobb, 83 ; Dr. Elmer L. Kenyon, '86 ; Prof. Edward E. Hill, '86 ; Prof. Geo. 

B. Schmidt, '90. 

Dr. Marshall was made chairman and Mrs. S. M. Cobb, secretary. Pro- 
Abbots Clark and Atwell and Mr. Hollett were made a committee to prepare 
t]^ of organization and nominate officers. 

Adrcular letter, signed by all the above named, was sent to all former 
ttidents in and near Chicago. More than fifty responses were received. 

Tbe next meeting was held on Saturday, April 23, at the same place with 
iffloch larger attendance. The following constitution was adopted : 

ARTICLE I. — NAME AND OBJECT 

This organization shall be known as the Chicago Alumni Association of 
Syncuse University. Its object shall be the advancement of the interests 
<rf Syracuse University, and the promotion of social intercourse among the 
■nnbcrs of the Association. 

ARTICLE II.— MEMBERSHIP 

Any person who has been a student at Syracuse University and who 
^ttides within three hundred miles of the city of Chicago shall be eligible 
to membership. 

ARTICLE III.— DUES 

Each i]ienil>er shall pay an annual membership fee of one dollar (|i.) 

ARTICLE IV. — OFFICERS 

The officers of the association shall be a president, a vice-president, a 
Wording secretary, a corresponding secretary and a treasurer. They shall 
!fc elected at the annual meeting of the association, and shall perform the 
^ies incident to their respective offices in similar organizations, holding 
o6ce for one year, or until their successors are elected and qualified. 

ARTICLE V. — MEETINGS 

Sec. I. The regular annual meeting shall be held on the fourth Satur- 
day in April. 

* Details were furnished by Mrs. Sara Maxson Cobb, '85, the secretary. 



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§ 2. Special meetings may be called by the president whenever 
directed by a majority of the executive committee. 

§ 3. Five members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction 
business. 

ARTICI«E VI. — SXKCUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The officers of this association shall constitute the executive cotnmitl 
which shall have general charge of the aifairs of the Association in t 
intervals between the meetings of the Association. 

ARTICI.E VII 

Any of the above articles may be altered or amended at any annual me 
ing or at any special meeting, by a majority vote of the members presei 
The following were elected as officers for the first year : 

OFFICERS 189S-9 

President, John Savre Marshai«i«, M.D. 

Vice-President, Mrs. Martha Foote Crow. 

Recording Secretary, Mrs. Sara Maxson Cobb. 

Corresponding Secretary, Prof. Chas. B. Atwei^i*. 



Treasurer, 



Prof. E. E. Hili*. 



I^ist of old students who responded to circular sent out proposing orgaz 
zation of C. A. A. of S. U., 1898. 



Wesley A. Arnold, 

Chas. B. Atwell, 

Rev. T. J. Bassett, 

Albert J. Beebe, 

Rev. W. H. Benham, 

Mrs. Louise Johnson Carter, 

J. Scott Clark, 

Mrs. Nellie Mason Clymer, 

Miss Henrietta M. Coon, 

Mrs. Sara Maxson Cobb, 

Mrs. Martha Foote Crowe, 

H. C. DeMotte, 

Geo. E. Ellis, 

Horace M. Ford, 

Mrs. Abbie Baldwin Granger, 

Rev. C. P. Hard, 

Alfred C. Haven, 

E. E. Hill, 

R. P. HoUett, 

Mrs. Nellie George HoUett, 

Rev. C. G. Hudson, 

Ralph Hunt, 

W. H. Jakway, 

E. L. Kenyon, 



Mrs. Alice Webster Kitchell, 

E. H. Lewis, 

S. D. Lough miller. 

Rev. J. H. I^ynch, 

J. S. Marshall, 

A. H. Meads, 

C. M. Moss, 
Mrs. CM. Moss, 
W. M. Osband, 

Mrs. Lucy A. Osband, 
Mrs. Mary Clark Patchell, 
Miss Jessie T. Peck, 

B. S. Potter, 
J. C. Ridpath, 
G. W. Schmidt, 

Mrs. Mabel Webster Sharp, 

D. E. Smith, 

Mrs. Cora Dyer Smith, 
Mrs. Harriet Cobb Smith, 
Mrs. D. Quivey Stabler, 
Mrs. Jeannette Mercer Staples, 
Miss Genevra F. Tompkins, 
CM. Turton, 
C G. Weaver, 
W. H. Webster. 



THE ALUMNI ENDOWMENT 

Tbe records of the Alumni Association (1884) contain a report by John T. 
labots, *76, committee on the ** History of the Alumni Endowment Fund." 
Beajs: ''The first recorded notice of an action looking to the accumula- 
iaof an endowment fund by the alumni is found in the minutes of the 
wmal meeting of 1877. O. A. Houghton and J. J. Brown presented the 
ffioviag, which was adopted : * Resolved, That C. M. Underbill, J. D. F. 
flee, John S. Morgan, J. Dorman Steele and William A. Wood be and the 
■K are hereby constituted a permanent committee to take charge of, push 
•d iolicit contributions to the Syracuse University Alumni Endowment 
Had.' 

"It does not appear that this committee ever did anything. No report was 
IRftnted by it in 1878. At that meeting, however, the subject of bringing 
CsBicial aid to the University was made prominent. A committee of five 
(I.H,Hoose, C. H. Fowler, M. S. Hard, Geo. W. Elliott, J. Alabaster) was 
qipoioted to present a plan of work at the evening meeting and to take 
foeal charge of the matter during the year. The plan proposed by this 
CBBUttittee comprised the following essential features : 

"(I) Subscriptions to be contingent upon the securing of the entire amount 
<^ (40,000, but to bear interest from the date of the pledge at 7 per cent. 

"(2) Receipts from the interest to be covered into the treasury to be used 
■ defraying current expenses. 

"(3) The principal to be placed in the hands of the trustees for investment 
* their discretion." 

At the Literary exercises held in the chapel of the Hall of Languages, 
Tattday, 25 June 1878, Rev. Dr. C. H. Fowler, '59 (who also delivered the 
•ttioo of the evening), moved that *' an endowment fund of ^0,000 for an 
^am professorship be raised." He worked vigorously to secure subscrip- 
**>■*. It was announced the following day that about $5,000 (exactly $4,800), 
^ been subscribed. 

Mr. Roberts* report continues : "In 1879 I^""- Hoose rei)orted for the com- 
The nature of that report your committee is at present unable to 
It was discussed at great length and finally adopted except the 
Sttoiotions which it proposed. 

"A cash subscription of $50 for the endowment fund was offered by the 
'^ni of editors of the University Herald and was accepted. What 
^position was made of this money the records do not show. 

**The committee with some substitutions and additions was continued ( J. H . 
Base, W. A. Brownell, M. S. Hard. Geo. W. Elliott, J. Alabaster. E. 
>«tingham)." 

Ib the University Herald of 20 May 1880, appears a communication from 



I06 THB AI.UMNI BNDOWMBNT 

the committee above named dated 8 May 1880, proposing a plan for seconng ^ 
the endowment. William Nottingham presented this plan at the atiwi^f 
meeting in 1880. It is as follows : ^^ 

**i. Each alumnus shall enter into an agreement with the Board of ; * 
Trustees of the University, promising to pay to them annually, between fht 
date of the contract and 1890, a certain sum towards an Alumni EndowmenI 
Fund of $40,000. 

" 2. The board of trustees, on their part, shall agree, on the requind^ 
amount being paid in, to establish an alumni professorship and to apply t)i 
the maintenance of the same the income of the fund so received by them* . 

*' 3. In the mean time the money so paid in to the Board shall be inveate^ 
by them in government securiiies, or shall be leaned upon approved mt 
estate, secured by bond and mortgage, or shall be deposited at interest l| 
savings banks. ^ 

'* 4. The interest accruing on the sum so paid to them shall go to increm 
the general alumni fund. 

"5. The trustees of the University shall report annually to the alumni 
the amount of money so received by them, the manner in which it has beei| 
invested, and the total sum of the principal and interest on hand. 

'*6. In case the whole sum of $40,000 shall not be secured previous to 
31 December 1890, then each person contributing shall be entitled to 
receive back his pro rata share of the moneys so paid in, together with ths 
increase of the same. 

"7. Those alimini who have already subscribed could very readily convert 
those obligations into the form of contract proposed by this plan/* 

The alumni adopted the plan with a slight amendment. Date 39Jiuie 
1880. " A committee of nine gentlemen and five ladies was also named tp 
draft a form of contract in accordance with the plan. Under this revised , 
plan efforts were made at considerable trouble to secure the transfer of tot 
original subscriptions from the simple pledge to the legal contract fons. 
Quite a number of subscriptions were eventually so transferred but repR^r 
senting only a small fraction of the aggregate amount,'* some of whidl- 
were subsequently paid. 

Dr. Steele, as alumni trustee, presented to the board the plan abovt 
stated on this same 29th of June, and after some discussion accepted a solh 
stitute offered by Bishop Peck, which was adopted by the trustees and reads 
as follows : ' * Resolved ^ That we instruct our treasurer to receive any mone|S: 
which the Alumni Association may pay to him on their professorship, witk] 
the understanding that said moneys shall be retained subject to the ordflr: 
of said Alumni Association, and if insisted, they shall be the owners and, 
proprietors of the securities ; and should there be any failure in the eflfoilt 
to endow the Alumni Association professorship, we suggest that the Aaaoct* 
ation, and not individuals, be in control of said funds." The conseqaenor 
was that the alumni, at their next annual meeting, 28 June 1881, abandonai 
the plan which they had adopted, but in which the trustees had not coO" 
curred, and the resolution of Bishop Peck is the law in the case to this daf^ 



THB AI.UMNI BNDOWMKMT X07 

Mr. Roberts continnes : "The contract form has been permitted to lapse, 
tt being too much hedged in by conditions to be of vital use to the Univer- 
dty aod a subsequent movement, conducted on a simple basis, has supplanted 
«I1 the old ones.** 

The first systematic effort to get subscriptions from the members of the 

gndoaling class was begun by the writer in 188 1. The class of that year 

hedged $1,500, the announcement of which fact called forth from the 

AsMciation a resolution of appreciation in honor of the class. It was then 

re-resolved to raise $40,000 and to secure $10,000 at once. Later ( 1S85 ) the 

ahmni pledged the trustees to be responsible for the interest on $10,000 

ndl that part of the $40,000 should be paid in. This explains the item that 

figiires in the treasurer's report year by year as ** Alumni Association Pledge 

$10,000.** It was pledged at the request of Chancellor Sims as part of 

$100,000 he was attempting to secure for endowment. The resolution 

offered by Mr. William Nottingham reads as follows : 

** Whb&Bas, We have now plerlged to the alumni fund over $6,000, and a 
connnittee is instructed and equipped to go forward in the work of increas- 
ing that sum to $42,000, for the purpose of endowing a professorship in the 
CniTersity ; now, therefore, 

^'Resolved, That the first $10,000 raised of said $42,000 may be counted as a 
portion of the $100,000 now being sought by the Chancellor, to the end that 
tlie income thereof go to the support of the University each year as a 
cwrcnt fund.** 

It has now been paid in full and will figure no more in the reports of the 
tietsiirer. 

The form of pledge used in 1881 was suggested by Chancellor Sims and 
Ridt as follows : 

"We, the undersigned, agree together in consideration of each other *s 
iBbtcriptions to pay to the Syracuse University for an alumni endowment 
fond, the sums set opposite our names. The conditions of these subscrip- 
ticas are that the principal shall be paid in five annual installments, begin- 
amg with the 25th day of June, 188-, and annually thereafter, with interest 
frcm date. The interest may be used for current expenses of the Univer- 
■tj, bat the principal shall be held for endowment exclusively.** This is 
ciOed the *' five year plan ** and was by vote adopted by the association. 

At the meeting in 1881 " the old committee was continued and a special 
ciwnittee, consisting of Frank Smalley, N. A. Wells and M. C. Dean, was 
treated to solicit contributions from the members of the outgoing Senior 
dMi and the other recent graduates. In 1882 the special committee was 
COBtxnoed with the following membership : Frank Smalley, chairman ; 
B.S. Osbon, James M. Gilbert, John S. Morgan and M. S. Hard. In May, 
1884, this committee issued a circular letter to the alimini urging further 
■ibicriptions. 

From the minutes of 23 June 18S5, contained in a report of the chairman 
0* the committee : "The following is a brief statement of the condition 
^ the subscriptions : 



Io8 THB ALUMNI BNDOWMBNT 

Under original contract form $ 1,500 00 

Interest due on same 728 00 

Contracts changed to five year plan 450 00 

Interest due on same 158 00 

New subscriptions on five year plan 3,870 00 

Interest due on same 524 00 

Entire total subscription since 1878 6,200 00 

Subscriptions already paid 945 00 

Interest already paid 326 38 " 

At this meeting a " ten year plan " was adopted and subscriptions amoui 
ing to $2,300 were taken. The chairman of the committee was authoriz 
by the board of directors to visit various parts. of the State to make a persor 
canvass in the interest of the endowment fund. This was done in the su: 
mer and a substantial addition made to the subscriptions. At the meeti 
of 22 June 1886, twenty minutes were devoted to securing subscriptions a 
under the leadership of Dr. M. S. Hard, |3,ioi were pledged. This was 
on the **ten year plan," the contract for which, drawn by Mr. Edward N* 
tingham, is still in use and reads as follows : 

In consideration that the Alumni Association of Syracuse University sh 
proceed and undertake through a committee appointed for that purpose, 
otherwise, to obtain subscriptions for its Alumni Fund to the amount of t 
less than Ten Thousand Dollars, and in consideration of other subscriptio 
made, and which shall be made to said Association for its Alumni Fund 
promise to pay to said Association, to become a part of said Alumni Fus 

the sum of $ ( 

in ten equal annual payments, commencing on ... 189 wi 

interest on all sums unpaid, to be paid ^t the times said installments 
principal fall due; hereby reserving the privilege to pay the whole or ai 
part of said principal at any time earlier than that above named. 



189 



A permanent endowment committee was appointed, the chairman beir 
unchanged, the other members being Professors J. Scott Clark and L. B 
Underwood. 

Each class since, and including the class of 1881, has a list of subscribe 
to the endowment fund. The class of 1894 pledged I2600, and is the bann 
class. 

Raising endowment in this way is necessarily slow work. Syracuse b 
few alumni as yet of large means and it is therefore doubtful if more coii 
in any way have been secured than by the persistent annual soliciting th 
is as sure to confront an outgoing class as is the final examinations. Sa 
guine alumni have proposed more expeditious methods but have found 1 
way to work them. One generous giver proposed at an alumni banquet 
few years since that then and there $50,000 be raised as an endowment, bu 
as that would average about $500 apiece for all present able to subscrib 
the enthusiasm was not apparent and the matter was dropped by genen 
consent manifested by a dead silence. 



THE ALUMNI ENDOWMENT I09 

The report made to the Association in 1898 is here reproduced, and will 

five the reader an idea of the progress so far made in the great undertaking. 

7 June 1898 

Total subscriptions to date (estimated ^ood) $28,556 00 

Total subscriptions for the year 1897-8 (included above). . 1,200 00 

ENDOWMENT 

Cash received to report of 8 June 1897 $10,118 25 

Cash received since report of 8 June 1897 417 50 

Total $10,555 75 

INTEREST 

Cash received to report of 8 June 1897 $ 2,921 20 

Cash received since report of 8 June 1897 1^5 50 

Total $ 3,086 70 

Total paid hy alumni, 1897-8 $ 583 00 

Total paid by alumni todate. ... I3>622 45 

It will be observed that the $10,000 pledge has been fully redeemed as 
abort stated ; also that there has been paid to the University in cash nearly 
114,000 since 1880, very little having been paid before that ; $14,000 in 
eighteen years, varying from $500 to $1,200 per year. The endowment 
Ms are intact. Nearly three-fourths of the sum originally aimed at 
(((0,000) has been subscribed, more than one-fourth has been collected and 
pud into the treasury of the University and stands to the credit of the 
Ahimoi Association. 



FACULTY OF THE UNIVERSITY 



INCLUDING GENESEE COLLEGE 

1851-^. AI«PHABETICAI<I,Y ARRANGED. THE COIXEGE IS INIIICAnD WT 

SMAI«I« ITALICS AT THE I,EFT. 

Henry B. Aixen, M.D., 

Lecturer on Obstetrics, 1885-6. Professor of Obstetrtes^tSBS— • 
Henry C. Ai i,ewei.t, 18S1 

Professor of Decorative Art. 
*JAMBS Lawrence Ai«verson, A.M., LL.D., - 1864 

Professor of Mathematics (Genesee Collie). Alao ft fBit of 
the time acting President. 
Charles W. Andrews, A.M., 189^ 

Lecturer on Searching and Examination of TiUcB, 
William S. Andrews, A.M., LL.B., 
Lecturer on Legal Medicine, 1894—. 

Lecturer on Statute Law, including the Statute of liimitif- 
lions and the Statute of Frauds, 1895-7. 
Evelyn Benedict Ayres, 
Instructor in Elocution and Physical Culture, l894-6ii Pio* 
fessor of same, 1896 — . 

1879 *HOFLACE D. BaBCOCK, M.D., XSjCK . 

Instructor in Anatomy, 1879-80. Instructor in VtpkAogf, 
1887-8. Lecturer on Physiology, 1888-90. 
Charles G. Baldwin, A.M., LL.B., 

Lecturer on Partnership and Liens. 
William H. Barber, 189^ 

Instructor in Piano. 
GiNO Bardella, 189S ' 

Instructor in Painting. 
James Barnes, 1871^ 

Instructor in Organ. 
John D. Barrow, 1878^ 

Professor of Painting. 
R. Emerson Bassett, A.M., 

Instructor in the Romance Languages and Literatures. 
Frank Beard, 1885^ 

Professor of Painting. 



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CHANCELLOR JAMES ROSCOE 



FACUl,TY OF THB UNIYBRSITY III 

s. 1890 Conrad L. Bbckbr, 

Instmctor in Violin and Piano, 1 890-1. Instructor in Violin, 
1 89 1-3. Professor of Violin, 1893 — . 

I. 189s BUGKNB W. BBI.KNAP, A.M., M.D., 

Instructor in Medicine. 
U. 1871 *Charlbs Wesley Bbnnett, A.M., D.D., 1884 

Professor of History and Logic. 
{a. 1892 W11.1.IAM H. Berwald, 

Instructor in Piano and in the History and Theory of Music, 
1892-5. Professor of same, 1893 — . 
U 1894 Justin Beuchat, 1895 

Instructor in French. 

«. 1896 OUVER A. BI^UMENTHAL, M.D., 1897 

Instructor in Embryology. 
«. 1896 Abby M. Bond, 

Secretary and assistant Librarian of the College of Medicine. 
1856 WiLi,iAM Laws Bosweli*, A.M., 1858 

Professor of Ancient Languages (Genesee College). 
U 1897 *JoHN Henry Boynton, Ph.D., 1898 

Instructor in English. 
i8s8 *Bdmund Erastus Eastman Bragdon, A.M., D.D., 1862 
Professor of Ancient Languages (Genesee College). 
«. 1893 *WiLi,iAM B. Breed, M.D., 1894 

Instructor in Histology. 
«• 1886 Arthur Bacon Breesr, M.D., 1891 

Instructor in Practice of Medicine, 1886-7. Instructor in 
Histology, 1887-^. Lecturer on Histology, 1888-91. 
"• 1895 George B. Broad, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1895-8. Instructor in Pathology 
and Bacteriology, 1898 — . 

/•«. 1894 AI.BERT L. BROCKWAY, 1897 

Instructor in Architecture, 1894-5. Professor of Architec- 
ture, 1895-7. 
•• 1888 Frank B. Brooks, M.D., 1897 

Instructor in Physiology, 1888-93. Lecturer on Physiology, 

1893-97. 
•• ^895 James B. Brooks, A.M., D.C.L., 

Dean of the College of Law, 1895 — . Instructor in Equity 
Jurisprudence and Wills, 1895-97. Instructor in Equity 
Jurisprudence, Trusts and Constitutional Law, 1897 — . 
^- 1871 *joHN Jackson Brown, A.M.,LL.D., 1891 

Professor of Physics and Chemistry, 1871-89. Emeritus 
Professor of same, 1889-91 . 
•• Prof essor of Chemistry College of Medicine, 1872-3. 

/m. 1881 *Edgar M. Bubi.1., B.Ar., 1883 

Instructor in Architectural Drafting. 



112 FACULTY OF THE UNIVKHSITY 

l.a. 1895 Eari. G. Burch, B.S., 

Instructor in Zoology. 
/. 1895 Bdward H. Burdick, A.M., 

Instructor in Contracts and Domestic Relations. 
m. 1874 *JOHN Otis Burt, M.D., 

Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica, 1872-4. Prof< 
Diseases of Children, Dermatolgy and Medical Che 

1874-9. 
La, 1895 Charles Wiixiam Cabeen, A.M., 

Professor of the French Language and Literature, 

Professor of the Romance Languages and Lite: 

1897-. 

m, 1888 J. C. Carson, M.D., 

Lecturer on Mental Diseases. 

/.a. 1896 Fernando A. Carter, 

Instructor in Water Color Painting. 

/. 1895 John C. Churchill, 

Lecturer on International Law. 

/.«. 1889 Arthur B. Clark, B.Ar., 

Instructer in Architecture. 

m. 1880 Gaylord p. Clark, A.M., M.D., 

Lecturer on Anatomy , 1880-1. Professor of Anatomy, i 

Professor of Physiology, 1892 — . 

/.a. Lecturer on Artistic Anatomy, 1896-7. 

l.a. Professor of Physiology, 1897 — . 

La. 1882 J. Scott Clark, A.M., 

Instructor in Elocution and English Criticism, 

Instructor in Rhetoric, English Criticism and Elc 

1884-6. Professor of same, 1886-92. 

m. 1897 E. F. Clymer, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

La. 1865 Wellesley Perry Coddington, A.M., D.D., 

Professor of Modern Languages, 1865-6. Professor oi 

and German, 1866-8. Professor of Ancient Lan; 

1868-7 1 • Professor of the Greek Language and Lit< 

187 1-3. Professor of Greek and Ethics, 1873-82. A 

Penn Abbott Professor of Greek and Ethics, 1 

William Penn Abbott Professor of Philosopl 

Pedagogy, 1891-7. William Penn Abbott Profe 

Philosophy, 1897 — . 

f.a. 1872 George Fisk Comfort, A.M., L.H.D.,LL.D., 

Dean of the College of the Fine Arts, 1873-93. Prof 

Esthetics and History of the Fine Arts, 1873-93. 

La. Professor of Modern Languages and Esthetics, 1872-92 



PACUI«TY OF THB UNIVBRSlTy II3 

.o, 1895 JOHK Rogers Commons, A.M., 

Professor of Sociology and Civics, 1895-96. Professor of 
Sociology, 1896—. 
Ija. 1886 Frbdbrick a. Cook, 1887 

Instructor in Latin. 
Orator F. Cook, 1891 

Instructor in Biology. 
Clarence Erford Coon, 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
S. M. Coon, A.M., LL.B., 

Lecturer on International Law. 
Charxes a. Covell, M.D., 
Instructor in Chemistry, 1894-8. Lecturer on Chemistry, 
1898—. 
Carrie Crane, 1893 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
S. BOYCE Craton, 1894 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
♦Moses Crow, D.D., 1856 

Professor of Latin (Genesee College). 
•Joseph Cummings, A.M., D.D., LL.D., 1857 

President of Genesee College. 
WII.UAM A. CURTIN, M.D., 
Instructor in Physiology, 1890-92. Instructor in Therapeu- 
tics, 1895-96. Lecture on Therapeutics, 1896^. 
Frank L. Curtis, M. Mus., 1882 

Professor of Piano. 
Robert Frank Dallas, M.P., 1894 

Instructor in Oil Painting and Modeling, 1886-93. Professor 
of same, 1893-94. 
James Roscoe Day, S.T.D., LL.D., 

Chancellor of the University. 
Wiixis De Haas, 1877 

Lecturer on early American Art and Archaeology. 
«. 1872 Henry Darwin Didama, M.D., LL.D., 

Adjunct Professor of Clinical Medicine, 1872-73. Professor 

of Principles and Practice of Medicine, 1873-88. Professor 

of the Science and Art of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, 

1888—. Dean of the College of Medicine, 1888—. 

M- 1891 Charles WiNFRBD Douglass, B. Mus., 1892 

Asst. Instructor in Vocal Music. 

1851 James Douglass, 1852 

Professor of Latin (Genesee College). 
1865 •Gideon Draper, D.D., 1866 

Professor of Modem Languages (Genesee College). 



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114 PACUI^TY OP THE UNIVKRSITy 

/. 1897 MlCHARI« E. DRISCOLI*, A.M., 

Lecturer on the Law of Negligence. 
m. 1893 J. Hrnry Drum, M.D., 1897 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
/. 1895 Charles H. DuELi., A.M., LL.B., 1897 

Lecturer on the Law of Patents. 
Iff. 1872 *JosephP. DUNLAP, M.D., 1875 

Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
m. 1882 *WiLUAM Herbert Duni.ap, M.D., 1895 

Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 1882-3, 
Lecturer on same 1883-4. Professor of same, 1884-87. 
Professor of Dermatology, 1887-95. Registrar of the Col- 
lege of Medicine, 1888-93. 
La. 1871 John Hurst Durston, A.M., Ph.D., 1878 

Instructor in German, 1871-72. Adjunct Prof essor of Mod- 
ern Languages, 1872-78. 
m. 1872 Hiram N. Eastman, M.D., 187J 

Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine. 
m. 1884 Henry L. Elsner, M.D., 

Instructor in the Practice of Medicine, 1884-6. Professor of 
Clinical Medicine, 1S86-95. Professor of the Science and 
Art of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, 1895 — . 
/.a, 1S94 Arthur Eltinge, B.Mus., 

Instructor in Organ and Piano. 
i,a, 1891 Edgar Alfred Emens, A.M., 

Adjunct Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, 

1891-2. Associate Professor of the Greek Lang^ge and 

Literature, 1892-3. Professor of the Greek Language and 

Literature, 1893—. 

1869 ♦Rush Emery, 1871 

Professor of Chemistry ( Genesee College). 

/.a. 1880 William E. G. Evans, i88j 

Professor of Vocal Music. 
/.fl. 1890 Marie Louise Everett, 1893 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
La. 1898 Frank E. Farley, Ph.D., 

Instructor in English. 
/.a. 1894 ToRQUATo Di Felice, 1896 

Instructor in Painting. 
i.a. 1886 Joseph Thibault Didier Fischer, Ph.B.,M.D.. 1897 

Instructor in Modern Laujs^uages, 1886-92. 
m. Instructor in Physiology, 1895-7. 

/.a. 1879 Isaac Van Vleck Flagler, 1884 

Professor of Organ. 
/.a. 1896 Alexander Clarence Flick, A.M., 

Instructor in History, 1896-8. Associate Professor of Hi»* 
tory, 1898—. 



FACULTY OP THB UNIVSRSITY II5 

a. 1896 A13HRT Mbrrill FOWI3R, A.B., 1897 

Assistant in History. 
M, 1884 HlIcA Irbnb Frbnch, B.Mus., 

Instructor in Piano, 1884-94. Professor of Piano, 1894 — . 
A, 1865 *JOHN Raymond Frbnch. A.M., LL.D., 1897 

Professor of Mathematics (Genesee College), 1865-71. 
Professor of Mathematics, 1871-93. Francis H. Root Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, 1895-7. Dean of the College of 
Liberal Arts, 1878-97. Vice-Chancellor of the University, 
1895-7. Chancellor, pro tem., of the University, Oct. 1893 
to April 1S94. 
/a 1894 Adoi^ph Frey, 

Instructor in Piano, 1893-4. Professor of Piano and the 
History of Music, 1894 — . 
/«. 1891 Edwin H. Gaggin, B.Ar., 

Instructor in Drawing, 1 891-4. Instructor in Perspective and 
Descriptive Geometry, 1894-7. Professor of Architecture ^ 
1897—. 
Thomas Wai«kbr Gaggin, B.Ar., 

Instructor in Architecture. 
Albbrt Howard Garrett, 

Professor of Vocal Music. 
Percy Goetschius, 189^ 

Professor of the History and Theory of Music. 
Sarah Newcomb Graham, A.B., 

Assistant in English. 
WILI.IAM Pratt Graham, Ph.D., 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. 
Miriam A. Guernsey (Mix), Ph.B., 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
Ruth Euzabeth Guibaui^t, B.Mus , 1897 

Instructor in Piano, 1^89-94. Professor of Piano, 1894-7. 
Hiram Samuei« GursEi.i., A.M.,B.P., 1887 

Instructor in Modeling, Etching and Drafting. 
AD01.PH GuTTMAN, D.D., 1896 

Professor of the Semitic Languages. 
Eugene Haanel, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., 
Professor of Physics and J. Dorman Steele Professor of 
Theistic Science. 
F1.0RENCE Eugenie Haanei., B.P., 

Instructor in Cast Drawing. 
Thomas H. Hai«stead, M.D., 
Instructor in Laryngology and Otology, 1892-5. Lecturer on 
same, 1895—. 
'•«. 1896 James Henry Hab«i.ton, Ph.D., 
Instructor in Economics. 



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XI6 FACULTY OP THE UNIVBRSITY 

m, 1885 Rbubbn C. Hanchbtt, M.D., 

Instructor in Physiology, 1885-8. Instructor in ]& 
Medica, 1888-90. Lecturer on same, 1890-8. Profe 
same, 1898—. 
Jji. 1891 Chari^ES Wbsi^BY Hargitt, A.M.,Ph.D., 

Professor of Biology and Geology, 1891-5. Profes 
Biology, 1895—. 
Iff. Professor of Embryology, 1897— . Curator Biol.Museum, i 

1874 *Erastus Otis Haven, A.M.,D.D.,LL.D., 

Chancellor of the University and Professor of the E 
Language and Literature. 
/.a. 1895 Cari, Tracy Hawi^ey, B.P., 

Instructor in Painting, 1895-7. Instructor in Cast Dr 

1897-. 
Hiram B. Hawi^ey, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
Dei^mer E. Hawkins, A.B., 

Instructor in Political Economy. 
John Heddaeus, B.D.,Ph.D., 

Professor of Modern Languages. 
John Lorenzo Heffron, M.D., 
Instructor in Histology, 1883-4. Lecturer on Microsco 
Histology, 1884-5. Professor of same, 1885-7. Pr< 
of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 1887-95. Pr< 
of Clinical Medicine, 1895 — . 
/.a. 1897 RoswEi.i« S. Hii,!,, 

Professor of Painting and Water Color, 1897-8. Profe 
Painting, 1898—. 
/.a. 1895 Jui*iE Heinbach Hine, 

Associate Professor of German, 1895-7. Associate Prt 
of the German Language and Literature, 1897 — . 
Wii«UAM Graham Hinsdai.e, M.D., 

Instructor in Obstetrics. 
William B. Hodge, B.S., 

Instructor in Physics. 
Franklin James Holzwarth, Ph.D., 
Instructor in German, 1891-3. Professor of the G 
I^anguage and Literature, 1893 — • 
I.a. 1878 George Heberton Hooper, A.M., 

Adjunct professor of Modem Languages and acting Pr< 
of Greek. 
1854 William Hopkins, A.B., 

Professor of Chemistry (Genesee College). 
1850 Daniel Clay Houghton, A.M., D.D., 

Professor of Moral Philosophy, Metaphysics and 
(Genesee College). 



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FACUIfTY OF THB UNIVBBSZTY II7 

1850 LOCKWOOD HOYT, A.M., I861 

Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages (Genesee College). 
f.a, 1895 N. Irving Hyatt, 

Instructor in Piano and Theory of Music, 1895-6. Professor 
of Piano and Theory of Music, 1896—. 
m. 1872 *Fredbrick Hyde, M.D., 1887 

Dean of the College of Medicine and professor of the Princi- 
ples and Practice of Surgery. 
«. 1872 Miles Goodyear Hyde, M.D., 1878 

Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1872-4. Adjunct Professor of 
same, 1874-8. 
f.a. 1878 S. Harding Ilsley, 1880 

Professor of Vocal Music. 
w. 1886 Nathan Jacobson, M.D., 

Instructor in Surgery, 1886-7. Instructor in Laryngology 
and Surgery, 1887-8. Lecturer on Laryngology and Clin- 
ical Surgery, 1888-9. Professor of same, 1889-93. Prof- 
fessor of Clinical Surgery, 1893 — . 
La. 1894 William H. Jakway, M.S., 1896 

Instructor in Physics. 
La. 1898 Richard Jones, Ph.D., 

Professor of English Literature. 
m. 1877 j. Gilbert Justin, Ph.D., M.D., 1884 

Instructor in Chemistry, 1877-9. Lecturer on Forensic Med- 
icine, 1879-80. Professor of Forensic Medicine, 1880-4. 
w. 1898 Theodore J. Kieffer, M.D., 

Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology. 
/. 1895 Hon. George N. Kennedy, 1898 

Late Judge of the Supreme Court. Lecturer on Constitu- 
tional Law. 
w. 1886 George R. Kinne, M.D., 1887 

Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 
f.a. 1873 George K. Knapp, 1879 

Professor of Painting. 
w 1874 J. WiLTsiE Knapp, M.D., 1879 

Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
w. 1884 Martin Augustine Knapp, A.M., 1891 

Lecturer on Forensic Medicine. 
w. 1897 Frank P. Knowlton, A.M., 

Instructor in Physiology and Embryology. 
La. 1896 Edward Henry Kraus, M.S., 

Assistant in German and Mineralogy. 
f.a. 1888 Albert Kuenzlen, 1890 

Instructor in Violin and Piano. 
i860 Samuel Allan Lattimore, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., 1867 

Professor of Chemistry (Genesee College). 



Il8 FACUI,TY OP THB UMIVBRSITY 

m. 1872 *JOHN W, Lawton, M.D., 

Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology. 
La. 1897 AI.BSRT Leonard, Ph.D., 

Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Profes 
Petlagogy. 
m. 1895 Ceyi^on H. Lewis, A.M., 

Lecturer on Forensic Medicine, 1891-3. 
Lecturer on Practice and Pleading, 1895 — . 
Frederick Ziah Lewis, A.M., 

Instructor in Botany. 
L Harris Levy, Ph.B., M.D., 

Instructor in Histology, 1894-6. Lecturer on same, li 
George H. Liddi^e, B.P., 

Instructor in Perspective Drawing and Architectural Dr 
John Wesi,ey Lindsay, A.M., D.D., 

President of Genesee College. 
Charles Joseph Litti.e, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., 

Professor of History and Logic. 
Brace W. Loomis, M.D., 
Instructor in Histology. 
CJnni Lund, 

Professor of Vocal Music. 
Frederick C. Lyford, B.P., 
Instructor in Drawing, 1888-90. 
Instructor in Perspective Drawing and Artistic Am 
1890-1. 
Ensign McChesney, Ph.D., S.T.D., 
Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Professor of Esl 
and History of the Fine Arts. 
George McGowan, 

Lecture on Elementary Law and Trusts. 
Hon. Peter B. McLennan, A.M., 

Judge of the Supreme Court. Lecturer on the Trial of A 
P. R. McMaster, M.D., 
Instructor in Surgery. 
Wii,i.iAM Harrison Mace, A.M.,Ph.D., 
William Griffin Professor of History and Political S< 

1891— . 
Lecturer on the Constitution of United States, 1897 — . 
Eugene West Manning, A.M., Ph.D., 

Instructor in Modem Languages. 
Frank W11.1.IAM Mari«ow, M.D., M.R.C.S., 
Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology, 1886-7. L€ 
on same, 18S7-8. Professor of same, 1888-93. Pn 
of Ophthalmology, 1893 — . Librarian of the Colh 
Medicine, 1890—. 



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FACUIfTY OP TH8 UNIVERSlTy II9 

I. 1^3 Louis Marshai,i«, 1894 

Lecturer on Forensic Medicine. 
I 18S0 John S. Marshali«, M.D., i88a 

Instructor in Dental Surgery. 
^^ 1S97 William Wallace Martin, A.M., 1898 

Professor of Esthetics and History of the Fine Arts. 
I 1892 William H. May, M.D., 

Lecturer and Demonstrator in Anatomy and Bacteriology, 
1892-3. Lecturer on Pathology and Bacteriology* 1893 — . 
Curator of the College of Medicine, 1896^. 
^ 1877 Pepping Melfi, 1878 

Assistant Instructor in Italian and French. 
^ 1872 Alfred Mercer, M.D., 

Professor of Clinical Surgery, 1872-6. Professor of Minor 
and Clinical Surgery, 1876-84. Professor of State Medi- 
cine, 1884-95. Emeritus Professor of Slate Medicine, 
1895 — . Treasurer of the College of Medicine, 1872-90. 
1880 Alfred Clifford Mercer, 

Instructor in Histology, 1880-2. Lecturer on Microscopy 
and Histology, 1882-4. Lecturer on Pathology, 1884-6. 
Curator of the College of Medicine, 1880-6. Professor of 
Pathology, 1 886-93. Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, 1893 — . 
Treasurer of the College of Medicine, 1890—. 
1879 George Reuben Metcalf, A.M., M.D., i88a 

Instructor in Materia Medica, 1877-9. Professor of Materia 
Medica, Therapeutics and Clinical Medicine, 1879-82. 
1895 WiLUAM Henry Metzler, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1895-6. Professor of 
Mathematics, 1896-7. Francis H. Root Professor of Math- 
ematics, 1897 — . 
.Aaron Benjamin Miller, M.D., 
Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1884-5. Instructor 
in Gynecology, 1885-91. Professor of same, 1891 — . 
William Hough Mills, M.D., 
Director of the Anatomical Laboratory and Librarian of the 
College of Medicine, 1884-7. Lecturer on Hygiene and 
Public Health, 1896—. 
189S Fred L. Morgan, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
J894 Edgar Coit Morris, A.M., 

Instructor in Rhetoric and the English Language, 1894-5. 
Professor of the same, 1895^. 
[879 W. Royal Nash, 1880 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
872 ♦Nelson Nivison, M.D., 1893 

Professor of Physiology, Pathology and Hygiene, 1872-87. 
BmerituB Professor of Physiology and Hygiene, 1887-93. 



110 FACULTY OF THS UNTVBRSITY 

/. 1895 Edwin Nottingham, Ph.B., 

Lecturer on the Law of Evidence. 
/. 1895 WiLWAM Nottingham, A.M., Ph.D., 

Lecturer on the Law of Corporations. 
l.a, 1897^ Paui, C. Nugent, C.E.. A.M., 

Instructor in Civil Engineering, 
/.a. 1894 AxiCE J. Oi^rvER, 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
m. 1885 ♦Scott Owen, M.D., 

Instructor in Anatomy, 1885-91. Lecturer on sam 
Professor of Anatomy, 1892-8. 
/.a. 1883 George Albert Parker, D.Mus., 

Professor of Piano, 1883-4. Professor of Piano an 
1884—. Acting Dean of the College of Fine Art 
/,a, 1894 Mary Sims Parker, 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
La. 1890 Ernest N. Pattee, M. S., 

Instructor in Chemistry, 1890-4. Adjunct Pro 
Chemistr}% 1894-5. Associate Professor of C 
1895-7. Professor of Chemistry, 1897 — . Curat 
Museum, 1891 — . 
m, 1887 Henry H. Pease, M.D., 

Instructor in Anatomy, 1887-90. Demonstrator of i 
1890-3. 
m. 1872 *RoGER Wiluam Pease, M.D., 

Professor of Operative and Clinical Surgery, 1872-8^ 
La. 1887 Henry Ai,i.en Peck, A.M., Ph.D., 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1887-91. Director of tl 
vatory, 1891 — . Associate Professor of Mathem^ 
Director of the Observatory, 1892-3. Prof 
Astronomy, 1893 — . 
La, 1895 Ismar John Peritz, A.M., Ph.D., 

Instructor in Semitics, 1895-6. Professor of Semitic 

/. 1897 Al^BERT C. PHII,WPS, A.M., 

Lecturer on Wills and Administration. 
1868 Wii^uam Henry Harrison Phii,i.ips, A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry (Genesee College). 
La, 1896 Edwin Martin Pickop, A.B., 

Instructor in Greek. 
m. 1872 *Wii,UAM T. PI.ANT, M.D., 

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, 1872-3. Pre 
Clinical Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence 
Professor of Clinical and Forensic Medicine, 1876 
fessor of Diseases of Children and Forensic I 
1879-86. Professor of Pediatrics, 1886-95. Emei 
fessor of Pediatrics, 1895-8. 



FACULTY OF THB UNIVBRSITli' 121 

1872 *WaFRBD WICKLIFFB PORTBR, M.D., 1885 

Professor of Clinical Midwifery and Diseases of Women and 
Children, 1872-4. Professor of Obstetrica and Gynecology, 
1874-85. 
1S96 Jessie W. Pottlb, 1897 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 
1890 George M. Price, M.D., 

.\ssistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1890-2. Instructor in 
Anatomy, 1892-3. Lecturer on Anatomy, 1893 — . 

1^2 J. V. P. QUACKENBUSH, M.D., 1873 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. 
1S95 Edmund Chasb Querbau, Ph.D., 

Professor of (»eology and Mineralogy, 1895-7. Professor of 
Geology and Paleontology, 1897 — . 
* ^73 Ward V. Rangbr, 1888 

Instructor in Photography. 
*■ 1889 Elmer J. Read, B.P., 1894 

Instructor in Free Hand Drawing and Etching, 1889-93. 
Professor of same, 1893-4. 
^ i«94 Edward John Redington, A.B., 
Instructor in Latin. 
'^ *JoHN Morrison Reid, A.M., D.D., LL.D., 1H64 

President of Genesee College. 
*- 1895 Frederick Wiluam Revew, B.Ar., 

Instructor in Perspective and Descriptive Geometry. 
^ 1S95 Jean Marie Richards. Lit.B., 

Instructor in English. 
' 1S72 w. Locke Richardson, A.M., 1880 

Instructor in Elocution, 
ifflo Charles Everts Rider, A.M.,M.D., 1886 

Professor of Ophthalmology and Diseases of the Ear, 1872- 
80. Emeritus Professor of same, 1880-6. 
^^1 Charles Gardner Rogers, A.B., 
Assistant in Biology. 
' ^^73 Archimedes Russbll, 1881 

Professor of Architecture. 
^872 Heman Howes Sanford, A.M., LL.D., 1877 

Professor of Latin. 
^ %5 Irene Sargent, 1896 

Instructor in French. 
'• 1887 William Schade, 1878 

Instructor in Flute and Piano. 
»884 Otto K. Schill, 1885 

Instructor in Violin. 



122 FACULTY OF THE UNIVEBSITY 

f.a. 1877 *Wll,HEI,M HEINRICH ScHULTZE, Mtl8.D.» 1888 

Musical Director and Professor of the Theory and Practice of 
Music. 
l.a. 1895 Erwin Harrison Schuyi^er, M.S., 1897 

Instructor in Chemistry. 
f.a. 1895 Jeannettk Scott, 

Professor of Painting. 
1893 John Alexander Robinson Scott, 
Director of the Gymnasium. 
La. 1894 ♦Stewart Scott, A.B., 1895 

Instructor in Mathematics. 
m. 1887 Fred \V. Sears, M.D., 1895 

Instructor in Histology, 1887-90. Lecturer on Histology, 
1890-3. Lecturer on Obstetrics, 1893-6. Curator of the i 
College of Medicine, 1890-5. 
/. 1897 Florence Campbeli. Sherwood, it 

Instructor in Elocution. 
/. 1895 Benjamin J. Shove, A.M., 

Lecturer on Criminal Law and Procedure in Criminal Cases. 
1889 Henry Orrin Sibley, Ph.D., 

Librarian of the University, 1889 — . Instructor in Library 
Economics, 1892 — . 
1892 Mrs. Mary J. Sibley, 
Assistant Librarian. 
/.a. 1873 Joseph Lyman Silsbee, A.M., 1878 

Professor of Architecture. 
1881 Charles N. Sims, A.M., D.D.. LL.D., 1893 

Chancellor of the University and Professor of English Lit^ 
erature. 
1892 Otis C. Skkele, 18% 

Director of the Gymnasium. 
la. 1874 Frank Sm alley, A.M., Ph.D., 

Instructor in Chemistry, 1874-5, Adjunct Professor of 
Geology, Zoology and Botany, 1875-7. Adjunct Professor 
of the Latin Language and Literature, 1877-81. Professor 
of same, 1881-93. Gardner Baker Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature, 1893 — . 
/. Lecturer on Roman Law, 1895 — . 

l.a. 1896 William Martin Smallwood, A.M., 1898 

Instructor in Biology, 1896-7. Assistant in Biology, 1897-8^ 
l.a. 1896 Eugene Randolph Smith, A.M., 189^ 

1898 Instructor in Mathematics. 

m. 1881 Frederick W. Smith, M.D., il 

Instructor in Anatomy. 
m. 1880 'W ALTER S. Smith, iJ 

Instructor in Chemistry. 



FACULTY OP THB UNIVSRSITY 1 23 

i^ WiujAM Makuus Smith, A.M., M.D., 

Professor of Botany and Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica, 
1876-7. Professor of Medical Chemistry and Botany, 
1877-90. Professor of Chemistry, 1890—. 
1H53 *ASA Barker Snow, M.D., 1856 

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology (Genesee College). 
•ii 1S83 Katherinb Elizabeth Stark ( Tyler), 1890 

Instructor in Vocal Music, 1883-4. Professor of same, 
i884-9a 
^ 1862 Daniel Steele, A.M., D.D., 187a 

Professor of Ancient Languages (Genesee College), 1862-9. 
Acting President of same, 1869-71. Vice-President of 
Syracuse University, 187 1-2. Acting Chancellor of the 
same at Commencement of 1872. Professor of Mental and 
Moral Philosophy, 187 1-2. 
■ 1872 Edward B. Stevens, M.D., 1877 

Professor of Materia Medicaand Therapeutics. 
^x 1SS9 Luella M. Stewart, 

Instructor in Water Color Painting and Free Hand Drawing, 
1889-93. Professor of same, 1893-4. Professor of Paint- 
ing and Drawing, 1894 — . 
1S95 Gii.es H. Stilwell, A.M., 

Instructor in Personal Property and Torts. 
1S95 Charles L. Stone, A.M., LL.B., 

Lecturer on Principal and Agent. 
ij>74 Peter H. Stuart, 1877 

Professor of Engraving. 
1897 J. H. Sullivan. M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
1897 William E. Taylor, Ph.M., 
Instructor in Mathematics. 
1880 J. W. Taverner, 1881 

Instructor in Elocution. 
1851 Benjamin Franklin Tefkt, A.M., D.D., LL.D., 1853 

President of Genesee College. 
1873 Sanford Thayer, 1877 

Professor of Painting. 
ii>76 David Maydole Totman, M.D., 

Instructor in Physiology, 1876-81. Lecturer on same, 1881-6. 
Lecturer on Clinical Surgery, 1886-8. Professor of same 
1888 — . Registrar of College of Medicine, 1893 — . 
1872 ♦John Towler, M.D., 1886 

Professor of General, Special and Surgical Anatomy, 1872-3. 
Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology, 1873-80. Emeritus 
Professor of Chemistry, 1880-6. 
1895 William G. Tracy, LL.B., 

Lecturer on Surrogate's Court and Practice. 



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1883 


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124 FACULTY OP THB UNIVBRSITY 

Charles Humphrey Trbadwsll, B.S., 

Instructor in Physics, 1S95-7. Assistant in Physics, i 
LuciBN Marcus Underwood, Ph.D., 
Instructor in Geology, 2k)ology and Botany, 1883-6. 

fessor of Biology, 1886-91. 
Lecturer on Physiology, 1890-1. 
E. Ely VanDeWarker, M.D., 
Professor of Artistic Anatomy, 1874-81. Lectun 
same, 1881-6. 
m. 1872 John Van Duyn, A.M., M.D., 

Professor of Histology, 1872-3. Professor of Am 
1873-4. Professor of General, Special and Surgical An 
1874-80. Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, i 
Professor of Operative and Clinical Surgery, 1886-8. 
fessor of Surgery, 1888 — . 
/. 1895 Hon, Irving G. Vann, A.M., LL.D., 

Judge of the Supreme Court. Lecturer on the L 
Insurance. 
/.a. 1893 *Leroy M. Vernon, A.M., S.T.D., 

Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Professor of Est 
and History of the Fine Arts. 
Evalina Vernon, B.Mus., 

Instructor in Piano. 
Francis R. Walker, A.M., 

Instructor in Bills lind Notes and the Law of Real 
erty. 
William L. Wallace, A.M., M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
William G. Ward, A.M., 

Professor of Rhetoric, English Criticism and Orator} 
1893-4. Professor of English Literature and Oratory, i 
Gervas Milks Wasse, M.D., 

Lecturer on Obstetrics. 
Louis L. Waters, LL.M., 
Lecturer on Statute Law, including the Statute of L 
tions and the Statute of Frauds. 
Charles F. Webber, 

Professor of Vocal Music and the Violoncello. 
Newton Alonzo Wells, M.P., 
Professor of Drawing, 1879-87. Professor of Drawin 
Water Color Painting, 1887-9. 
William Wells, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., 

Professor of Modern Languages ( Genesee College.) 
Oscar Rogers Whitford, 
Instructor in Geology. 



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1896 


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1895 


tn. 


1897 


La. 


1893 


m. 


1891 


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1897 


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1877 


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1879 




1852 


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1896 



FACULTY OF THK UNIVERSITY 1 25 

1851 ♦George Clinton Whitlock, A.M., LL.D., 1854 

Professor of Chemistry (Genesee College). 

fa. 1896 ANTONIA WiGLEY, 1897 

Instructor in Italian and French. 
» 1872 *Henry Backus Wilbur, M.D., 1883 

Professor of the Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, 
1872-6. Lecturer on Insanity, 1876-83. 
• 1896 Charles F. Wiley, M.D.,Ph.D., 1898 

Instructor in Patholog^y and Bacterioloj^y. 
1897 Alfred Wilkinson, A.B., 

Lecturer on the Law of Patents. 
1868 L. D. WILLLA.MS, A.M., 1869 

Professor of Chemistry (Genesee College.) 
' 1896 ♦]. William Wilson, A.M., 1898 

Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence. 
''•• 1873 *Alexander WiNCHELL. A.M.,LL.D., 1878 

Chancellor of the University, 1S73-4. Professor of Geology, 
Zoology and Botany, 1873-8. 
1895 Minnie B. Woodworth, Ph.B., 1896 

Instructor in the Gymnasium. 
' 1895 Edward C. Wright, A.M., 

Lecturer on Sales. 
/.fl. 1892 Gordon A. Wright, B.C.E.,B.Ar., 1894 

Instructor in Architecture. 
" 1895 E. J. WVNKOOP, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1895-7. Director of Anatomical 
Laboratory, 1897 — . 

summary. 

College of Liberal Arts 69 

College of Medicine 78 

College of Fine Arts 73 

College of Law 28 

Genesee College 20 

General 8 

276 
Persons instructing in more than one college 11 

Total 265 

% J. L. Sennett, Janitor College of Liberal Arts, 1883 

^i John H. Cunningham, Janitor College of Liberal Arts. 

^ J. Harte Cunningham, Janitor College of Fine Arts. 

'^i John Dwyer, Janitor Library and Gymnasium. 



THE UNIVERSITY SENATE 



This body was organized 21 June 1887. It is made up of the ChAnodlar ^ 
and the Deans, ex-officio, and has had the following elected membeim : 

Trustee E. F. Hoi^dbn, 1887 — . 
Trustee Gko. F. Comstock, 1887-92. 
Trustee Wm. Nottingham, 1892 — . 

Prof. W. P. CODDINGTON (/.«.)» 1887 — . 

Prof. C. J. LiTTi,K ( /.«.). 1887-91. 
Prof. Frank Smai«i.ey (/.a.), 1891 — . 
Prof. Geo. a, Parker (/.a.). 1887 — . 
Prof. Ai^FRED Mercer (/».), 1887-96; 
Prof. G11.BS H. Stii,i.wei,i. (/.), 1896 — . 
Prof. John L. Heffron (w.), 1896 — . 



4 

I 



FACULTY OF GENESEE COLLEGE 

PRESIDENTS 

i«5i ♦BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TEFFT 1853 

Born 20 August 18 13, near Utica, N. Y. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1835. A.M. 
iWeslcyan) 1838. D.D. (Ohio Wesleyan) 1846. LL.D. (Madison Univ.) 1852. 
Teacher in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, 1835-9. Pastor of M. E. church, 
JUgor, Me., 1839-41. Principal of Providence Conference Seminary, 1841. 
Fkstor of Odeon M. E. church, Boston, Mass., 1842. Professor of Greek 
lad Hebrew in Indiana Asbury University, 1843-6. Editor of Ladies^ 
Repository^ 1846-52. PRESIDENT OF GENESEE Coi,l.EGE, 1851-3. Pastor 
M. £. church, Bangor, Me., 1856-60. Chaplin of ist Maine Cavalry, 1861-2. 
U. S. Consul at Stockholm and Acting Minister to Sweden, 1862-4. Com- 
mianoner of Immigration from North of Europe for State of Maine, 1864-6. 
Pistorof Central M. E. church, Portland, Me. , 1866. Editor of The Northern 
Border^ Bangor, Me., 1873-8. 

Has published " The Shoulder Knot," a story of the Seventeenth Century, 
1850; •*Hungary and Kossuth," 1851; ** Webster and his Masterpieces, "1854 ; 
'*liethodism Successful and the Internal Causes of its Success," i860 ; 
"Evolution and Christianity," 1885, besides many contributions to period- 
ical literature.! 
Married 26 July 1835, Sarah Ann Dunn of East Poland, Me. 
Children — RoscoE MONTFORT, bom 7 May 1837 ; died 15 Sept. 1838. 
W^iLLiAM RoscoE, bom 17 May 1840 ; died 8 July 1844. 
Henry Prankun, born 21 Feb. 1842. 
George v., bom 19 June 1845 ; died 27 June 1871. 
Annie Rich, bom i Jan. 1848. 

Sarah Frances, bom i Dec. 1850; died 21 Mar. 1856. 
Laura Jane, born 8 July 1852. 
Wii,LiE Moore, bom 8 Feb. 1856. 
Died 16 Sept. 1885, at Ban^i^or, Me. 

i^ ♦JOSEPH CUMMINGS 1857 

Bom 3 Biar. 181 7, at Falmouth, Me. <frN6. A. B. (Wesleyan) 1840. <frBK. 
A.M. (Wesleyan) 1843. D.D. (Wesleyan) 1854. D.D. (Harvard) 186 1. LL.D. 
(Northwestern) 1866. 

Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics, Amenia (N. Y. ) Seminary, 
184CV-3. Principal of same, 1843-6. Joined New England Conference of 

-^ a bibliogmphy of Dr. Tefft to 1S81 may be found in the Alumni Record of Wesleyan 
UaiTersity, third edition, pp. 644-5 



128 FACUI^TY OF GBNBSEB COI^I^BGB *, PRESIDBNTS 

M. E. Church, 1846. Pastor at Maiden, Chelsea, Boston (Hanover St.), 
Boston (Bromfield St.), 1846-53. Professor of Theology in Concord (N.H,) 
Biblical Institute, 1853. President of Genesee College, 1854-7. 
President of Wesleyan University, 1857-75. Professor of Mental Philosophy 
and Political Economy in Wesleyan University, 1875-7. Pastor at Maiden, 
Mass., 1877-9; at Cambridge, Mass., 1 880-1. President of Northwestern 
University, Evanston, 111., 1881-90. Vice-President of the American Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science, 18&6. Has contributed largely to 
periodical and current literature. f 

Married 15 Aug. 1842, Deborah S. Haskell, of Litchfield, Me. 

Children — Mary H. B., Helen F. and Alice D. 

Died 7 May 1890 at Evanston, 111. 

1858 *JOHN MORRISON REID 1864 

Born 30 May 1820, in New York City. A.B. (N. Y. University) 1839. 
A.M. ad eundem (U^esleyan) 1852. D.D. (N. Y. University) 1858. LL.D. 
(Syracuse) 1881. 

Teacher and Principal of Mechanics Institute School, New York City, 
1839-44. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Member of New York and New York 
East Conferences, 1844-58. President of Genesee College, 1858-64. 
Editor of the Western Christian Advocate, 1864-8. Editor of the Northwest" 
em Christian Advocate, 1 868-72. Corresponding Secretary of the Missionary 
Society of the M. E. Church, 1872-88. Honorary Secretary of the Mission- 
ary Society, 1888 until decease. Delegate to General Conference consecu- 
tively from 1856 to 1888 inclusive. Delegate to Ecumenical Methodist 
Conference, London, 1881. 

Has published, " Missions and Missionary Society of M. E. Church," 3 
vols.; *' Doomed Religions," 12 mo., 1883, besides "tracts on various sub- 
jects and articles in various periodicals too numerous to be catalogued.*' 

Married (i) 14 Nov. 1844, Anna Mason of New York ; (2) 3 May 1848, 
Caroline S. Fanton of Redding, Ct. (Mrs. Reid's address, 54 E. 126th St., 
New York City. ) 

Child — Annie M., born 26 June 1846. 

Died 16 May 1896 in New York City. 

1865 JOHN WESLEY LINDSAY 1868 

Bom 20 Aug. 1820. at Barre, Vt. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1840. ♦ B K. A.M. 
(Wesleyan) 1843. D.D. (Wesleyan) 1863. 

Student in Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1840-3. Joined New 
York Conference M. E. Church. 1843. Pastor at New Paltz, N. Y., 1843-4; 
at Lenox, Mass., 1845-6. Tutor in Wesleyan University, 1847-8. Professor 
of Latin and Hebrew in Wesleyan University, 1848-60. Pastor at Thirtieth 
St., New York, 1860-1 ; Eighteenth St., New York, 1862-3. President of 



+ A biblionrai>hy of Dr. Cunimings to 18S1 may be found in the Alumni Record of 
Wesleyan rniversity. third edition, pp. 5,60-1. 





UNIVERSITY PROFESSOHS 



PACUI.Ty OF GBNBSBB COI^LBGE ; PRBSIDBNTS 1 29 

Ghnesbb College, 1865-8. Professor of Exegetical Theology in Boston 
Theological Seminary 1868-71 ; same in School of Theology, Boston Univer- 
sity, 187 1. Dean of Faculty of College of Liberal Arts, Boston University, 
1873-82. Presiding Elder of Boston Dist., New England Conference, 1884-8 ; 
qI North Boston Dist., 1888-94. Emeritus Professor of Exegetical Theology, 
Boston University. Delegate to General Conference, 1864, 1868, 1872.* 
Married 16 June 1852, Emily Bond of Baltimore; died 5 Apr. i860. 
Cki/drt'n—TnoMAS Bond, bom 28 Apr. 1853. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1874, 
Lucy Henrietta, bom 6 Nov. 1855. 

William Birckhead, born 14 Aug. 1858. A. B. ( Boston ) 1879. 
Residence, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 



1% DANIEL STEELE 1871 

Bonis Oct. 1824 at Windham, N.Y. ♦ N 9. A.B. (Wesleyan). ♦BK. A.M. 
<WcsWan) 1851. D.D. (Wesleyan) 1868. 

Tutor in Mathematics, Wesleyan University, 1848-50. Joined New Eng- 
liad Conference of M. E. Church, 1849. Pastor at Fitchburg, Mass., 1850; 
Leominster, Mass., 1851-2; South St., Lynn, 1853-4; Second church, Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1855; Hedding church, Boston, 1856-7; Maiden, Mass., 
1858-9; Union St., Springfield, Mass., 1860-1 ; Holliston, Mass., 1862. 
Professor of Ancient Languages, Genesee College, 1862-9. Acting Presi- 
DSKT OF Genesee College, 1869-71. Vice-President of Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 187 1-2. Acting Chancellor of same at Commencement of 1872. 
Pastor at Tremont St., Boston, 1872 ; Auburndale, Mass., 1873-4 ; St. Paul's, 
Lynn, Mass., 1875-7 I Lafayette St, Salem, Mass., 1878-9. Peabody, Mass., 
»^So-i. Professor of Doctrinal Theology in Boston University, 1886—. 

Anthor of ** Love Enthroned ;*' " Milestone Papers," reprinted in Europe 
by two bouses; *' Antinomianism Revived," reprinted in Canada; ''Com- 
mentaries on Leviticus, Numbers and Joshua." Whedon series; "Half 
Hoots with St. Paul;" "Gospel of the Comforter ;" "Defense of Christian 
l^fction;" ** Binney's Theological Compend Reviewed ;" and many arti- 
dttin the Me//i. Quar. Rev.\ 
Married 8 Aug. 1850, Harriet Binney of Wilbraham, Mass. 
Children — Wilbur Fletcher, born 17 May 1851. (No. 224.) 

Arthur Brainerd, bom 20 Apr. 1855 ; died 24 Feb. 1857. 
Charles Breed, born 12 Dec. 1857. (Detroit Conference.) 
Caroline Binney, born 31 Aug. 1861. 
Mary Grace, born 11 Nov. 187 1. 
Residence, Milton, Mass. 

•a bibliography of Dr. Lindsay to 1874 may be found in the Alumni Record of Wesleyan 
IWvermty, third edition, p. 578. 

tA bibliography of Dr. Steele to 1882 may be found in the Alumni Record of Wesleyan 
OaiTersity, third edition, pp. 631 -a. 



I30 FACULTY OP GBNBSB9 COLLBGB ; PROPBSSORS 

PROFESSORS 

185 1 *JAMES LAWRENCE ALVERSON 1864 

Born 6 Oct. 1816, at Seneca, N. Y. A.B. ( Wesleyan) 1838. ♦ B K. A.M. 
(Wesleyan) 1841. LL.D. (Wesleyan) i860. 

Principal of Elniira (N. Y.) Academy. 1838-41. Teacher of Natural 
Science in Oneida Conference Seminary, 184 1-4. Teacher in Genesee 
Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1844-7. Principal of same, 1847-51. 
Professor of Mathematics in Genesee College, 1851-64, a part of the time 
also acting president, f 

Married 6 Sept. 1838, Emily Bennett of Lima, N. Y. (Mrs. Alverson's 
address, Lima, N. Y.) 

Died 12 Sept. 1864, at Lima, N. Y. 

1851 ♦GEORGE CLINTON WHITLOCK 1854 

Born 4 Oct. 1808, at Hubbardton, Vt. A.B. (Middlebury College) 1834. 
A.M. (same) 1837. LL.D. (Iowa Wes. Univ.) i860. 

Teacher of Chemistry, Natural History and French in Wyoming (N.Y.) 
Academy, 1836-9. Teacher of Chemistry and Natural Science in Genesee 
Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1839-51. Professor of Chemistry in 
Genesee College, 185 1-4. First President and Professor of Chemistry and 
Mathematics in Iowa Wesleyan University, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 1854-6. 
Professor of Chemistry and Natural Science in Victoria University, Coburg^ 
Ont., 1856-64. 

Has published, "Elements of Geometry, Theoretical and Practical,** 1849. 

Married 13 July 1836, Maria Frisbee, daughter of Levi Frisbee of West- 
port, N. Y. ( Mrs. Whitlock's address, 325 W. 29th St., New York city.) 

Children — Six, four sons ( three living ) and two daughters ( one living). 

Died 2 Nov. 1864, ^^ Albia, Monroe Co., Iowa. 

1851 DANIEL CLAY HOUGHTON 1852 

Bom . A.B. (University of Vermont) 1840. A.M. (Wesleyan) 1843. 

D.D. (University of the City of New York) 1857. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Member of the Genesee Conference, 1843-8. 
Professor of Moral Philosophy, Metaphysics and Greek in Genesee College, 
1850-2. Further history unknown. 

1851 JAMES DOUGLASS 1852 

Presbyterian clergyman. Professor of Latin in Genesee College, 1851-2. 
Further history unknown. 

185 1 LOCK WOOD HOYT 1861 

Born 14 June 1807, at Wilton, Conn. A.B. (Union) 1830. A.M. (same) 

tA sketch of the life of Protessor Alversou by President Cummings may be found In the 
History of Uvingston County, N. Y., by James H. Smith. Syracuse, D. Mason & Co., 1881. 



PACUI.TY OF GBNBSBB COIXKGB ; PROFBSSORS 131 

Teacher of Ancient Languages in Oneida Conference Seminary, Cazeno- 
Ta, N. Y., 1830-3. Teacher of Classics in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary^ 
S33-61. Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages in Genesee College, 
851-61. Principal of Union and Classical School, Phelps, N. Y., 1861-3. 
ince residing in Schenectady, N. Y., continuing classical studies. Has 
□blished various articles in the current press including two addresses. 
Married (i) Amanda A. Sillick ; (2) Adaline E. Clark of Schenectady^ 
. Y. 
Children — Harriet Emma, borii 20 Oct. 1838 (Ken nard). 

William Jambs, bom 21 Nov. 1840. 

Carounb Amanda, bom 20 July 1847 (Kerr). 

LizziB C, born 5 Dec. 1848. 

Nelson Sillick, bom 29 Mar. 1852. 

Edward Clark, bqrn 26 Dec. 1856. 
Residence, Schenectady, N. Y. 

851 *JOHN TOWLER 1853 

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in Genesee College, 185 1-3. (See 
Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

1852 *MOSES CROW 1856 

• 

Bom 1816, at Montgomery, Mass. Student in Allegheny College^ 

1834-5 and 1837-40. A.B. (Allegheny College) 1840. D.D. Joined Gene- 
see Conference of M. E. Church 1842. Pastor at Rochester, 1842-3 ; 
Geneva, 1843-4; Lima, 1845-6; Casileton, 1846-7; Ovid, 1847-8; Elmira, 
1S49-51. Principal of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 185 1-4. 
Professor of Latin in Genesee College, 1852-6. Presiding Elder of Geneva 
District, 1856-7. In poor health 1857-8. Removed to Iowa City, Iowa, 
1858, and elected to professorship in Upper Iowa University. Returned to 
Geneva, N. Y., in continued ill health, 1859. 

Married (i) 1840, Miss A. J. Hamlin, of Smithport, who died 1843 ; (2) 
1844, Amanda Snow. 

Wed at Geneva. N. Y., 3 Oct 1859. 

1852 WILLIAM WELLS 1865 

Bom 1820 in New York city. A.M. (Williams) 1853. ♦BK. Ph.D. 
(Berlin) 1848. LL.D. (Indiana Asbury) 1872. 

Professor of Modem Languages in Genesee College, 1852-65. Professor 
of Modem Languages in Union College since 1865. Contributor to The 
Century^ Sew York Independent and other papers; editorial and general 
coDtribntor to most of the weekly publications of the M. E. church. In 
charge of foreign religious department of Methodist Quarterly Reinew since 
1878. 

Married 1852, Alice Yeckley of Gorham, N. Y. 

Child— Kucn Mary, bom 31 July 1857. (No. 550.) 

Residence, Schenectady, N. Y. 



132 VACUVrv OP GBNBSBK COLLEGE ; PROFESSORS 

1853 *ASA BARKER SNOW 1856 

Bom 21 Jan. 1809, at Mt. Vernon, Me. A.B. (Yale). M.D. 

Physician at Boston, Mass., for over twenty years, and for several years 
city physician. Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in Genesee College, 
1853-6. Physician at Geneva, N. Y., 1856-61. Surgeon of 6ist N. Y. Regi- 
ment in Civil War, afterwards transferred to the ist N. Y. Engineers* Corps, 
stationed at Hilton Head, S. C. 

Married 24 Sept. 1834, Emily Church, of Glastonbury, Conn. 

Children — Six, of whom five are living. His son, James P. Snow, is with 
G. S. Owen & Co., 3 Maiden Lane, New York city. 

Died 9 Oct. 1864, in the service of his country. 

1854 nVILLIAM HOPKINS i860 

A.B. (Williams.) Professor of Chemistry in Genesee College, 1854-60. 
Afterwards teacher in a private school at Metuchin, N. J., where he is said 
to have died many years ago. 

1856 WILLIAM LAWS BOS WELL 1858 

Bom 22 June 1828, at Philadelphia, Pa. A.B. (Dickinson College) 1848. 
A.M. (same) 1851. 

Member of Philadelphia Conference of M. E. Church, 1849-53. Teacher 
of Languages in Dickinson Seminary, 1853. Professor in Delaware College, 
1854. Professor of Ancient Languages in Genesee College, 1856-8. Professor 
of Mathematics in Dickinson College 1858-60. Professor of Greek and 
German in same, 1860-5. Engaged in insurance business in Philadelphia, Pa. 

Residence, 341 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1858 'EDMUND ERASTUS EASTON BRAGDON 1862 

Born 8 Dec. 1812. at Acton, Me. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1841. A.M. (same) 1844. 
D.D. (Indiana Asbury) i860. 

Teacher in Mexico (N. Y. ) Academy, 1841-2. Principal of Fulton Acad- 
emy, 1842-4. Joined Black River Conference of M. E. Church, 1842. Pastor 
at Wolcott, N. Y., 1844-5. Principal of Mexico (N.Y) Academy, 1846-7. 
Pastor at Syracuse, N. Y., 1847-8. Principal of Falley Seminary, Fulton, 
N. Y., 1848-52. Professor of Ancient Languages in Ohio University, Athens, 
Ohio, 1853-4. Professor of Latin in Indiana Asbury University, Greencastlc, 
Ind., 1854-8. Professor of Ancient Languages in Genesee College, 1858-62. 
Married 19 Apr. 1842, Eliza Barnum of Bridgport, Ct. ( Mrs. Bragdon*9 
address, Auburndale, Mass. ) 

CAtldrenSAR AH E., bom 25 Oct. 1846. 

AuCE M., born 19 Nov. 1849; died 17 Feb. i860. 
Emma M., born 5 July 185 1 ; died 7 Feb. 1852. 
Louis B., born 28 Sept. 1855. 
Eva N., born 9 Oct. 1859. 
Annie R., born 12 Nov. 1861. 
Died 20 Mar. 1862, at Lima, N. Y. 



FACUI.TY OF GBNBSBB COI«I^GS ; PROPBSSOIia I53 

SAMUEL ALLAN LATTIMORE 1867 

31 May 1828, in Union Co.» Indiana. A.B. (Indiana Asbnry) 1850. 
)hio Wes. Univ.) 1852. Ph.D. (Indiana Asbury) 1873. Pb.D. (Iowa 
niv. ) 1873. LL.D. (Hamilton) 1873. 

in classics, Indiana Asbury University, 1850-2. Professor of Greek 
?, 1852-60. Professor of Chemistry in Genesee College, 1860-7. 
or of Chemistry in University of Rochester since 1867. Also Consult- 
emist to Board of Water Commissioners, Rochester, N. Y., since 
lid Chemist to the New York State Board of Health since 1881. 
icd 1852, Ellen F. Larrabee of Greencastle, Ind. 
/r^«— Emma Rosabblle, bom 3 Sept. 1854. 

Charles Aixan, born 16 Oct. 1856 ; died 1864. 

A LID A, bom 25 Aug. 1858. 

Marion, bom 26 July 1866. 

Eleanor Larrabee, born 28 Mar. 1874. 

Florence Larrabee, born 24 Apr. 1876. 
ience, Rochester, N. Y. 

DANIEL STEELE 1869 

:ssor of Ancient languages in Genesee College, 1862-9. Acting 
nt of same, 1869-71. (See Presidents of Genesee College.) 

JOHN RAYMOND FRENCH 1871 

ssor of Mathematics, 1864-71. (See Faculty Record of Syracuse 
>ity.) 

♦GIDEON DRAPER 1865 

22 June 1828, at Manchester, N. Y. *^ T. D.D. (Sjrracuse Univer- 
80. 

ssor of Modem Languages in Genesee College, 1865. Clergyman, 
Spis. Pastor, at Salisbury, Ct.; Rhinebeck, N.Y. ; Sheffield, Mass.: 
Plains, N. Y.; Tuckahoe, N. Y.; Carmel, N. Y.; Franklin, N. Y.; 
Itie, N. Y.; Tarrytown, N. Y.; New York city; Great Barrington, 
Withdrew from active pastorate in 1885 and went to England, 
nearly three years abroad, preaching occasionally. Held regular 
listic services for a time in a hall in London, and for a few weeks 
d the English Speaking Union church in St. Petersburg, Russia 
886), resulting in a revival. Returned to the United Slates, 1888. 
id in the west in 18S8 and reached Yokohama, Japan, 23 Oct. 1889. 
ied 1857, Miss C. P. Brown of New York city. 
^—Gideon Frank, bom 20 July 1858. (No. 375.) 
8 Dec. 1889 at Yokohama, Japan. Buried in Aoyama cemetery, 

WELLESLEY PERRY CODDINGTON 1871 

fessor of Modem Languages, 1865-66. Professor of Greek and 
m 1866-8. Professor of Ancient Languages 1868-71. (See Faculty 
^ of Syracuse University.) 



154 FACULTY OP GSNBSB9 COI,I,BGB ; PR0PBS90RS 

1868 * L. D. WILLIAMS 1869 

Bom 7 March 1813, at Cazenovia, N. Y., educated at Genesee Wesleyaa 
Seminary. A.M. honoris causa. 

Teacher of Select School at Chargin Falls, Ohio, afterwards ABbny 
Seminary, 1837. Principal of a Seminary at Western Star, Sammit OiVt 
Ohio, for several years. Professor of Natural Sciences in Allcgbeiif 
College, Meadville, Pa., 1846-61, also Vice-President of same, l8S57-€l. . 
Chaplain of iiith Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-3. After tte 
war was Soldiers' Claim Agent, and connected with variotis geologkil ■ 
surveys and coal and railroad enterprises, being secretary of the Atiantictti 
Great Western R. R. and Bear Creek R. R. Professor of Chendilrf it 
Genesee College, 1868-9. Postmaster at Meadville, Pa., which place ke 
held at the time of his death. 

Married 4 May 1837, Olive T. Warren of Geneseo, N. Y. J 

Children — Louisa O., bom 8 May 1838 (Brock, Macon, Mo.). ^ 

O. L., born 15 May 1841, Meadville, Pa. ^ 

A. M., bom 2 July 1843 (A.M., M.D.), Meadville, Pa. 
M. Adki,i.e, born 31 Oct. 1843 (A.M.) (Wright, Conneaa^ 
ville. Pa.). 
Died 14 Oct. 1878. 

1868 WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON PHILLIPS 18(9 

Bom 25 July 1841, in County of Frontenac, Ont., of American parefltti 
A.B. (Wesleyan) 1865. 4> B K. A.M. (Wesleyan) 1868. Ph. D. (Heidelberg)ia6B^ 

Traveled in Europe and studied in Berlin and Heidelberg, 18^5-lL 
Teacher of Science in Wilbraham, Mass., 1868. Professor of Chemistry hi 
Genesee College, 1 86^-9. Teacher and Acting Principal of East Greenwidi- 
(R. I. ) Seminary, 1869-70. Established Graded Schools in Betmington 0^ 
Vt., 1870-1. Teacher of Mathematics in Wilbraham Academy, 1871-83. Ill 
business in DeSmet, Dak., 1883-4. Professor of Rhetoric and Matbemaftki^ 
So. Dak. Agr. College, 1884-90. Professor of Mathematics, same, since 1890^ 
and Vice-President, since 1895. Holds Farmers' Institutes during wistw 
months. 

Has published, *• Elements of Geometry and Modern Geometry," 1874; 
*• Methods of Elimination and Determinants,*' 1875; ** University of the 
United States," Senate Document, No. 15, 1896 

Married 19 July 187 1, Carrie E. Houghton. 

Children — Edward C, bom 9 Sept. 1874. 

Florence H., bom 24 June 1881. 
Carrie Louise, born 4 Dec. 1882. 

Residence, Brookings, So. Dak. 

1869 ♦RUSH EMERY 187* 

Professor of Agriculture and General Chemistry, and acting Professor of 
Modem Languages in Genesee College. 
Died soon after 1871. 



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FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 



CHANCELLORS 

1^2 DANIEL STEELE 1872 

Vice-President of Syracuse University, 1 871-2. Acting Chancbli^or 
«? SAME 1872. (See Presidents of Genesee College.) 

tS;3 ♦ALEXANDER WINCHELL 1874 

Bora 31 Dec. 1824, at North East, N. Y. A K E. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1847. 
♦ BK. A.M. (Wesleyan) 1850. LL.D. (Wesleyan) 1867. 

Teacher of Natural Science in Pennington (N. J.) Seminary, 1847. 

TcKber of Natural Sciences in Amenia (N. Y.) Seminary, 1848-51. Princi- 

^of Mesopotamia Female Seminary, Eutaw, Ala., 1851-3. President of 

Masonic University, Sclma, Ala., 1853-5. Professor of Physics and Civil 

EagiDecTing, University of Michigan, 1853-5. Engineer of Ann Arbor and 

JoBesville R. R. Route, 1855. Professor of Geology, Zoology and Botany. 

I'aivcrsity of Michigan, 1855-72. Professor of Geology, Zoology and 

BoUny in Kentucky University, 1866-9 (still retaining chair in University 

«i Michigan). Chancellor of Syracuse University, 1873-4. Professor 

<^ Geology, Zoology and Botany in Syracuse University, 1874-8. Professor 

<f Geology, Zoology and Botany in Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., 

*75-8. Professor of Geology and Palaeontology in the University of 

Midogmn, 1879-91. 

Editor of Michijs^an Joutnal of Education, i^^<s^. State Geologist and 
^^toalist, 1859-62. Director of Geological Survey of Michigan, 1869-71. 
^fePresident of American Association for Advancement of Science, 1872. 
CoTesponding Member of Geological Society of France, Geological Society 
^ Glasgow, American Philosophical Society, Boston Society of Natural 
ffiRorr, Congress ^International d' Anthropologie et Archaiologie Prehis- 
toriqae. Paris, Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, Naturwissen- 
ciiftliche Gesellschaft Isis of Dresden, Edinburgh Geological Society, and 
■bit other learned societies. 

.Author of ••The Grand Traverse Region," 1866; '* Genealogy of the 
fcaiily of Winchell in America," 1869; '* Sketches of Creation," 1870; 
"Report on the Progress of the State Geological Survey of Michigan," 
if?! ; **The Doctrines of Evolution," 1874; *' Reconciliation of Science 
ad Religion," 1877; *' Preadamites," 1880; "Sparks from a Geologist's 
Rammer," 1881 ; "World Life," 1883; "Geological Excursions," 1884; 
''Geological Studies," 1886 ; " Walks and Talks in the Geological Field." 
i96 : " Report of Geological Observations made in N. E. Minn., during the 



136 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; CHANCBI«U>RS 

season of 18S6," in the 15th Report of the Minn, Geol, Survey^ 18 
" Report of a Geological Survey in Minn., during the season of 1887, etc 
in the i6th Report of the Minn. Survey^ 1889. He has also writte 
large number of geological papers, describing seven new genera and th 
hundred and four new species mostly fossil.* 
Married 10 Dec. 1849, Julia E. Lines of Utica, N. Y. 
Children — J uu a Alexandra, bom 31 Oct. 185 1 ; died 16 May i860. 
Jennie Carissima, born 20 Oct. 1853. 
Stei«LA Ci«arissa, bom 11 Aug. 1857 ; died 22 Nov. 1859. 
Ai^BXANDER Jui«ius, born 9 Aug. i860 ; died 19 July, 1861. 
Ida Belize, born 23 May 1862. 

Flora Mabel, born 17 Sept. 1867 ; died 24 Dec. 1873. 
Died 19 Feb. 1891 at Ann Arbor, Mich. 

1874 * ERASTUS OTIS HAVEN i; 

Bom I Nov. 1820 at Boston, Mass. <fr N 9. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1842. <^ B 
A.M. (Wesleyan) 1845. DD. (Union College). LL.D. (Ohio Wes. Uni 
1863. 

Principal of a private academy, Sudbury, Mass., 1843. Teacher of Na 
ral Science in Amenia (N. Y. ) Seminary, 1843-6. Principal of Ame 
Seminary, 1846-8. Joined New York Conference of M. E. Church, 18 
Pastor of 24th Street church, New York, 1848-9; Red Hook Missi< 
New York, 1850-51 ; Mulberry St. church, 1852. Professor of Latit 
University of Michigan, 1853-4. Professor of English Language, Lite 
lure and History in University of Michigan, 1854-6. Editor of Zio 
Herald^ Boston, Mass., 1856-63. Member of Massachusetts Board of E 
cation, 1858-63. Member of Massachusetts Senate, 1862-3. President 
University of Michigan, 1863-9. President of Northwestern Univers: 
Bvanston, 111., 1869-72. Corresponding Secretary of Board of Educati 
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1872-80. Chancellor of Syracuse U 
VERSITY, 1874-80. Member of General Conferences of i860, 1864, i^ 
1872, 1880. Elected Bishop of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1880. 

Author of •• The Young Man Advised," 1855 ; ** The Pillars of Tmt: 
1866 ; "Rhetoric, a Text-book," etc., 1869 ; and numerous contribution; 
periodical and transient literature. f 
Married 28 July 1847, Mary Frances Coles of New York city. 
CAi7^/r;/— OtisErastus, bom 27 July 1849. A.B. (University of Mic 

gan) 1870. 
Alida Electa, bom 13 Jan. 1852 ; died 8 April 1853. 
Frances Elizabeth, bora 27 May 1854. (No. 348.) 
Alfred Coles, born 30 Sept. 1857. (No. 347.) 
MiRA Electa, bom 6 May 1859. (Married No. 468.) 
Theodore Woodruff, born i Mar. 1861. (No. 516.) 
Died 2 August 1 881 at Salem, Oregon. 

* A bibliography of Dr. Winchell to 1883 ii^y be found in the Alumni Record of V 
leyan University, third edition, pp. ^9-^66. 

f A bibliography of Dr. Haven to 1878 may be found in the Alumni Record 
Wesleyan f^niversity, third edition, pp. 578-80. 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; CHANCBI,I«ORS I37 

18S1 CHARLES N. SIMS 1893 

Bom 18 May 1S35 at Fairfield, Indiana. Student at Indiana Asbury Uni- 
»ersity, 1854-9. BGII A.B. (Indiana Asbury) 1859. A.M. honoris causa 
♦Oliio Wes. Univ.) i860. A.M. (Indiana Asbury; 1861. D.D. (Indiana 
isbury> 1871. LL.D. (Indiana Asbury) 1882. 

Principal of Thornton (Ind.) Academy, 1859-60. President Valparaiso, 
lad.' Male and Female College, 1860-2. Pastor of Methodist churches 
It Richmond, Ind. 1862-3; Wabash, Ind. 1864; Evansville, Ind. 1865-6 ; 
Indianapolis, Ind. 1867-9; Baltimore, Md. 1870-2; Newark, N. J. 1873-5, 

Bl«>iklyn, N. Y. 1876-80. CHANCELLOR OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1881-93, 

?iitor at Indianapolis, Ind., Meridian St. ch. 1893-8 ; at First church, 
Sriciise, N. Y., since 1898. 

Memljer of General Conference, 1884 ; appointed by the Bishops as dele- 
ftteto the Centennial Conference of Methodism in Baltimore. 1884, and to 
teirw one of the addresses on ' ' The Educational Spirit and Work of 
XetlKidism. ' * Elected President of Illinois Wesleyan University, 1875, and 
declined. Commi-ssioner to the Onondaga Indians, 1884, 18S5. 

Author of** The Temperance Problem," pamphlet, Newark, N. J., 1872 ; 
•Ufeof Rev. T. M.Eddy, D.D." 1879; '* Itinerancy —Time Limit," 1879; 
Artidc on Henry Ward Beecher in Abbott's Ufe of Beecher; Channing 
Ikaoiial Address in Brooklyn Channing Memorial Voilume, besides various 
KrBMDs and contributions to religious press. 
Xirried 12 Aug. 1858 Eliza A. Foster of Warren Co., Indiana. 
Children — Mary Dumont, born 15 June 1859. (See Instructors, Coll. Fine 

Arts.) 
M. EsTELLA, bom 10 Oct. 1862. (Married No. 574.) 
CelarlbsG., bom 12 Nov. 1866 ; died 1872. 
EuzA N., bom 16 Aug. 1868. (Mills ; see Non-graduates. ) 
J^endence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

% *JOHN RAYMOND FRENCH 1894 

^MkSQsxjjQK pro-tem, OF Syracuse University, i Oct. 1893-Apr. 1894. 
S» Professors, College of Liberal Arts.) 

% JAMES ROSCOE DAY 

Ibtb 17 Oct. 1845. Student at Bowdoin College. A.B. 1874. ♦ B K. 
^ D.D. (Wesleyan) also (Dickinson). S.T.D. (Bowdoin). LL.D. 
ifcrth Western). 

CJergrmaD, Meth. £pis. Pastor at Portland, Me., Boston, and New York. 

Antbor of numerous magazine articles, lectures and sermons. 

Tnistee of Boston University. Member of General Conference for sev- 
cal sessions, and of church boards. Chancellor of Syracuse Uni ver- 
ity lincc 1894. 

Married 18^3 Anna E. Richards of Auburn, Me. 

Otitf— Mary Bmogene, bom 14 Feb. 1878. (See Non -graduates.) 

Residence, S3rracn8e, N. Y. 



138 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; LIBERAL ARTS 



PROFESSORS : COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 

187 1 'JOHN RAYMOND FRENCH, DEAN 1897 

Bom 21 Apr. 1825 at Pulaski, N. Y. Student 1848-9 at Union College. 
G A X. A.B. (Union) 1849. ♦ B K. A.M. in cursu (Wesleyan) 1852. LL.D. 
(Allegheny College) 1870. 

Teacher in Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1849-53. Principal of Falley 
Seminary, 1853-4. Agent for Troy University, 1854-5. Principal of Mex- 
ico (N. Y. ) Academy, 1855-9. Lawyer at Mexico, N. Y., 1859-64. Professor 
of Mathematics, Genesee College, 1864-71. Professor of Mathematics, 
Syracuse University, 1871-97. Dean of the COLLEGE OF Liberal Arts, 
Syracuse University, 1878-97. Chancellor /^rt? tern, of the University, Oct. 
1893-Apr. 1894. Vice-Chancellor of same, 1895-7. 

Married 10 Nov. 1849, Ann Eliza Montgomery of Canton, N. Y. (Mrs. 
French's address, 714 Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. ) 

Children — Porter Montgomery, born 2 Sept. 1850. (No. 198.) 
Ella Irene, born 8 June 1854. (No. 387.) 

Died 26 Apr. 1897 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 ALBERT LEONARD, DEAN 

Born 21 Dec. 1857 at Logan, Ohio. Student from Logan at Ohio Univer- 
sity, 1879-88. (Course in Pedagogy, extra.) *Ae. A.B. * B K. A.M. 
1891. Ph.D. (Hamilton) 1894. 

Instructor in English, Ohio University, 1885-6. Instructor in Latin, 
same, 1887-8. Principal High School, Dunkirk, N. Y., 1888-93 ; Binghanif- 
ton, N. Y., 1893-7. Dean College of Liberal Arts, Syracuse Univer- 
sity, and Professor of Pedagogy, since 1897. 

Editor Journal of /*eila,s^o^y, writing editorials, book -reviews, etc., con- 
stantly for past seven or eight years. 

Married 13 July 1888, Frances Wright of Athens, O. 

Children — Gertrude, born 29 Nov. 1889. 

Charles Albert, born 19 Jan. 1894. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1871 WELLESLEY PERRY CODDINGTON 

Born 23 Oct. 1840 at Sing Sing, N. Y. A.B. (Wesleyan) i860. ♦KB. 
* B K. A M. (Wesleyan) 1866. D.D. (Hamilton). 

Teacher of Mathematics, Troy Conference Seminary, Poultncy, Vt., 
1860-2. Teacher of Ancient Languages in Amenia (N. Y. ) Seminary, 
1862-3. Joined New York Conference of M. E. Church, 1863. Principal o£ 
Amenia Seminary, 1863-4. Teacher of Greek in Oneida Conference Semi* 
nary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1864-5. Transferred to Oneida Conference, 1865- 
Acting principal of Oneida Conference Seminary, 1865. Professor of 
Modern Languages in Genesee College, 1865-6. Professor of Greek and 
German in Genesee College, 1866-8. Professor of Greek and Latin in Gen» 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; LIBERAL ARTS I39 

esee College, 1868-71. Professor of Greek in Syracuse University, 1871-3. 
Professor of Greek and Ethics in same, 1873-91. Professor of Philosophy 
and Pedagogy, 189 1-7. Professor of Philosophy since 1897. 
Married 23 July 1863, Louisa Guibord of Plattsburgh, N. Y. 
Children — HERBERT GuiBORD, born 6 Feb. 1865. (No. 751. ) 

Gertrude, bom 13 March 1868. (Graduate of Wellesley. A*.) 
Winifred, born i Jan. 1873. (See Non-graduates.) 
Ethel, born 27 Feb. 1876. Deceased. 
Residence, 106 Walnut Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

iSji *JOHN JACKSON BROWN 1891 

Bom 7 Feb. 1820 at Amenia, N. Y. A.M. (Genesee) i860. A.M. ad 
nndem (Syracuse) 1874. LL.D. (McKendree College) 1879. 

Joined West Genesee Conference of M. E. Church, 1848. Pastor on 
Caoadice and Richmond Circuit, N. Y., 1848-9; at Cohocton and Liberty, 
N. Y., 1849-50; Prattsburgh, N. Y., 185 1-2 ; Italy, N. Y., 1852-3; Naples, 
K. Y., 1853-4; Clifton Springs, N. Y., 1854-5; Dansville, N. Y., 1855-7. 
Principal of Dansville (N. Y. ) Seminary, 1857-63 ; of East Genesee Confer- 
«ce Saninarj% Ovid, N. Y., 1863-5. Teacher of Natural Science in Falley 
Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1865-70. Professor of Chemistry and Industrial 
Mechanics, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., 1870-1. Professor of 
Kiyacs and Chemistry, Syracuse University, 1871-89. Emeritus Professor 
cfsame, 1889-91. 

Is^)ector of alcohol and coal oils for three counties of Western New 
York, 1857-60. Editor of Humphrey's Journal of Photography^ 1865-70. 
Editor of Scientific Department of Northern Christian Advocate ^ 1873-84. 
Has contributed to Scientific American and the religious and secular press. 
Married 7 Aug. 1848, Sarah Wiley of Springwater, N. Y. (Mrs. Brown's 
address, 608 University Ave., S3rracuse, N. Y.) 
Ikildren — Julia Amanda, born 17 June 1852 ; died 16 Oct. 1852. 

Mary Wiley, bom 23 Jun^ 1856 ; died 28 Jan. 1858. 
IHed 15 Aug. 1891 at Syracuse, N. Y.) 

i>7i * CHARLES WESLEY BENNETT 1884 

Brjm iS July 1828 at East Bethany, N. Y. Sk T. A.B. ( Wesleyan) 1852. 
A-M. (Wesleyan) 1855. 1^-D. (Genesee) 1871. LL.D. (Syracuse) 1887. 

Principal of Stanstead Seminary, Stanstead, Quebec, 1852-4. Teacher of 
XatTiral Science, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1854-5. Prin- 
cipal of same, 1856-8. Associate Principal of Fort Plain (N. Y. ) Seminary, 
i^ Superintendent of Public Schools, Schenectady, N. Y., i860. Prin- 
c^l of Lo^-ville (N. Y. ) Academy, 1861. Pastor at Penn Yan, N. Y., East 
Genesee Conference of M. E. Church, 1862-4. Again Principal of Genesee 
Wesleyan Seminary, 1864-6. Studied Church History and Archaeology in 
Cniversity of Berlin, Prussia, 1866-9. Traveled in Italy, 1868 ; in Egypt and 
tlieEast, 1869. Pastor at Towanda, Pa., 1869; Elmira, N. Y., 1870. Pro- 
fessor of History and Logic, Syracuse University, 1871-84. Professor of 



I40 PACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; LIBER AI« ARTS 

Church History and Archaeology in Garrett Biblical Institute, 1885-91. 
Delegate to General Conference of M. E. Church, 1872, 1880. 

Author of •• Digest of Laws Relative to Pensions, etc.*' 1854 ; " Christian 
Archaeology,*' Eaton & Mains, New York ; and numerous articles in Reviews 
and other publications. Art Editor Ladies^ Repository, 1872-6 ; Art Editor 
of National Repository , 1876-80.* 

Married 18 Nov. 1854, Caroline M. Bannister of Phelps, N. Y., who died 
23 Nov. 1896. 
Children — Clara Louisa, born 5 Feb. 1857 ; died 6 Aug. 1862. 
William Clarke, bom 29 April 1858. (No. 414.) 
Laura Amelia, bom 5 Sept. i860 ; died 3 June 1868. 
Charles Stephen, bom 27 Feb. 1864. (Ex. '88.) 
Mary Louise, born 6 Dec. 1870. (Dyche, Evanston, 111.) 
Died 18 Apr. 1891 at Evanston, 111. 

1872 HEMAN HOWES SANFORD 1877 

Born 29 Sept. 1829 at Madison, N. Y. Student in Madison University, 
Hamilton, N. Y., 1848-52; the last year as resident graduate. AT. A.B. 
(Madison) 185 1. A.M. (Madison) 1854. Doctor of Philology (Madison) 
1872. LL.D. (University of Chicago) 1883. 

Tutor in Greek in Grammar School of Madison University, and in Mathe- 
matics in Hamilton Academy, 1852. Classical Teacher in Cortland Acad- 
emy, Homer, N. Y., 1852-6. Principal of Monro Collegiate Institute, 
Elbridge, N. Y., 1857. Classical Teacher again at Homer, N. Y., 1858-68, 
and Principal of same, 1868-71. Professor of Latin, Syracuse University, 
1872-7, having traveled in Europe, 1871, with special reference to Latin 
professorship. Professor of Latin and of English Literature, University 
of Chicago, 1878-82 ; resigned to care for his aged father who recently died 
aet. almost 101. Licensed preacher 10 Sept. 1879. Has contributed largely 
to the secular and religious press. Has published *' Genealog^y of the John 
Howes Family," 1893 ; *' Genealogy of the Wm. Sanford Family," 1894. 

Married 17 June 1857, Emily, daughter of Stephen W. Taylor, LL.D., 
President of Madison University. 

Children — Alfred Taylor, bom 27 May 1858 ; died 21 June 1879. 
William John, born 20 Sept. 1861. 
Clara Daisy, bom 22 June 1866. 
Franklin, bom 9 July 1870 ; died 23 Sept. 1870. 

Residence, 404 Ostrom Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1872 GEORGE FISK COMFORT 189J 

Professor of Modem Languages and Esthetics, College of Liberal Arts, 
1872-93. (See Professors, College of Fine Arts.) 

* A bibliography of Dr. Bennett to 1880 may be found in the Alumni Record of Wesleyma 
University, third edition, pp. 545-6. 



ACUIfTY OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSXTY ; UBBRAL ARTS 14I 

FRANK SMALLEY 

»ec. 1846 at Towanda, Pa. Student from Towanda at North 
versity, Evanston, 111., 1870-1 ; at Syracuse University. 1871-4. 
* B K. A.M. 1876 (Geology). Ph.D. 1891 (Latin). 

in Geology, Zoology and Botany, Syracuse University, 
unct Professor of Latin in same, 1877-81. Professor of Latin 
id Literature in same since 1881. Registrar since 1894. Mem- 
a Institute of Archaeology. Member of Managing Committee 
-ican School of Classical Studies at Rome. Student of Latin 
nd Roman Archaeology in Rome and Naples, summer of 1893. 
Roman Law, College of Law, since 1895. 

;lied •* Latin Analysis," 1879; '* Latin Verse, »' 1884; ** Lucre- 
opher and Poet," read before the University Convocation, 
Y., July 1880, and printed in the Regents Report for 1881, 

'• Ivatin Etjrmology," read before the same body, July 1881, 
in the Regents Report for 1882, p. 393, etc.; '* Introduction and 

Fifth Book of Cicero's Tusculan Disputations,*' 1892 ; ** Brief 
r> Illustrate Roman Literature," 1894; Libretto, **Plauti Tri- 
Prologue and monologues inverse by Dr. Sibley) 1895 ; '* Sylla- 
res in Roman History," 1895 ; also Latin Hymns, Translations, 

Sept. 1876, Jennie Mather of Rushville, N. Y. 
-Frank Mather, bom 25 May 1877. (No. 1616.) 
Carrik Ei<izabbth, bom 19 Oct. 1879. 
, 607 University Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 



CHARLES JOSEPH LITTLE 1891 

pt. 1840 at Philadelphia, Pa. A.B. ( University of Pennsylvania) 
(same) 1864. Ph.D. (Indiana Asbury) 1882. LL.D. (Dickin- 

Cochran ville Circuit, Pa., 1861-2. Joined Philadelphia Confer- 
Pastor on Newark Circuit, Del., 1862-3 ; at St. James* church, 
I, Pa., 1863-4 ; Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, 1864-5 ; Spring- 
S65-6; Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa., 1866-7. Teacher of 
5, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1867-9. Traveled 
in Germany, 1870-2. Pastor of Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 
>f essor of English Literature and Philosophy, Dickinson College, 
, 1874-83. Professor of Metaphysics and Political Economy in 
5. Professor of History and Logic in Syracuse University, 
rof essor in Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., and now 
same. 

Editor of the Carlisle Pa, Herald 1879-80 ; State Librarian of 
ia, i882-:5. Has contributed largely to the editorial columns of 
ind religions press. 



142 FACUI^TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; UBERAL ARTS 

Married 3 Oct. 1872, Mrs. Anna Schultze, of Berlin, Germany. 
Children — Margaret, bom 21 Sept. 1873.^ (I^^c. *93. ) 

Chari,es George, born 17 Oct. 1874. (Ex. '94.) 

Annie, born 13 Oct. 1875 ; died 28 Dec. 1881. 

Helen Marina, born 6 March 1878. 

Edith, bom 5 Feb. 1884. 
Residence, Evanston, 111. 

1886 J. SCOTT CLARK 1892 

Brother of No. 559 

Bom 23 Sept. 1854 at Copenhagen, N. Y. Student from Copenhagea 
at Syracuse University, 1873-7. A K E. A.B. *BK. A.M. 1880. 

Traveled through twenty-nine of the American States 1877-9, ** advance 
agent of Philip Phillips. Principal of Evanston (111.) High School, 1879- 
82. Instructor in Rhetoric, English Criticism and Elocution, Syracuse 
University, 1882-6. Professor in same department, 1886-92. Professor of 
the English Language in North Western University since 1892. 

Correspondent of Syracuse Journal, 1878-9. Has published **Extem|N^ 
rized Physical Apparatus," in Illinois School Journal^ Normal, Ills., 1881; 
" Emphasis and Inflection," Syracuse, 1882 ; " A Practical Rhetoric,*' Henfy 
Holt & Co., New York, 1886; "A Briefer Practical Rhetoric," same pub- 
lishers, 1888. "The Art of Reading Aloud," same publishers, 1892; "A. 
Study of English Prose Writers; A Laboratory Method," Scribners, New 
York, 1898. Alumni poet, 1879. 

Married 5 Jan. 1885, Carrie L. Johnson (Vassar '81) of Memphis, Temi. 

Children— Hakoi,!} Johnson, bom 12 June 1891. 
Fi,ORENCE Fisher, bom 5 June 1893. 

Residence, Evanston, 111. 

1886 LUCIEN MARCUS UNDERWOOD 189I 

Born 26 Oct. 1853 at New Woodstock, N. Y. Student from Caxenoriit ; 
N. Y., at Syracuse University, 1873-7. A K E. Ph.B. ♦ B K. Ph.M. iSjl 
and Ph.D. 1879 (Geology). 

Principal of Morrisville (N. Y.) Union School, 1877-8. Teacher of 
Natural Science, in Cazenovia (N. Y.) Seminary, 1878-9. Prof easor «l 
Natural Science, Hedding College, Abingdon, 111., 1879-80. Pxxxfeatof <l 
Geology and Botany, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, QU 
1880-3. Instructor in Geology, Zoology and Botany, Syracuse University, 
1883-6. Professor of Biology, Syracuse University, 1S86-91. ProfeMOT 
of Botany, De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind., 1891-5. Prof esaor eC 
Biolc^y, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala., 1895-6. Pro* 
feasor of Botany, Columbia University, New York city, since 1896. 

Has published *'The Geological Formations crossed by the S. & C. V, 
R. R.'* (Thesis) pamphlet, Syracuse, N. Y., 1879; '^Our Native Ferns aad 
How to Study Them," Bloomington, 111., 1881 ; '* Systematic Plant Record,** 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1881 ; "Our Native Ferns and their Allies,** Bloomington, 
111., 1882; "The Underwood Families of Massachusetts," in JVew England 



FACni«TY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; UBBRAI, ARTS I43 

Historical and Genealogical Register^ Vol. xxxviii., pp. 400-405, (1884); 

also the following in scientific periodicals: "Descriptive Catalogue of 

North American Hepaticae," in Bulletin Illinois Lab, Nat. History ^ Vol. ii., 

pp. 1-153, (1884); ** Preliminary List of North American Arthrogastra,'* in 

Canadian Ento^nologisty Vol. xvii., pp. 162-169, (1885); "The North 

American Myriapoda," in Entofnologica Americana, Vol. i., pp. 141-151, 

(1885); " Prelim inarj' List of the Species of Acarina of North America.'* 

"with Herbert Osborn in Canadian Entomologist ^ Vol. xviii., pp. 4-12 ( 1886); 

"List of the Described species of Fresh Water Crustacea from America 

north of Mexico," in Bulletin Illinois Lab, Nat. History , Vol. ii,, pp. 323- 

386 (1886); and various shorter papers in the Botanical Gazette and the 

BuUdin of the Torre y Botanical Club. 

Fdlow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science since 
1885. Delegate to International Botanical Congress, Geneva, Italy, 1892. 
Vice-President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 
(Botany), 1894. Member of Botanical Society of America; of Torrey 
Botanical Club ; of Biological Society of Washington ; of Indiana Academy 
of Sciences. Director of Indiana Biological Survey, 1892-5. 
Married 10 Aug. 1881, Marie Antoinette Spurr of Oakland, Cal. 
p Ckild—^Hxxxv Wii,W)UGHBY, bom 5 Oct. 1883. 
Residence, New York city. 

1888 EUGENE EMIL FELIX RICHARD HAANEL. 

Born 24 May 1841 at Breslau^ Silesia. Ph.D. (Breslau) 1873. 4»BK. Pro- 
fessor of Languages, Adrian College, 1867-8. Ass't. Professor of Ancient 
ind Modem Languages, HiUsdale College, 186&-9. Professor of Natural 
Sciences, Albion College, 1869-72. Professor of Physics and Mineralogy, 
Director of Faraday Hall and Dean of the Dept. of Science, Victoria 
Uniyersity, 1874-88. Professor of Physics and J. Dorman Steele Professor 
of Theistic Science, Syracuse University, since 1888. 

Has published, *' Galvanometer Method for the Determination of the 
£arth*8 Magnetism and its Oscillation;" inaugural dissertation, Breslau. 
Various papers in the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada on 
"Plaster Tablets in Blowpipe Reactions," etc.; "On the Constitution of 
Kttter,** in the Proceedings of the Teacher's Association of Canada ; " On 
the Physical Basis of Certain Mental Operations, " in the V. P. Journal^ etc. 
Charter Member Royal Society of Canada, 1882. 
Residence, 405 University Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1891 CHARLES WESLEY HARGITT 

Graduated 1877. Ph.D. (Ohio University) 1891. <I>BK. Clergyman, 
MeCh. Epis., and teacher. Pastor, 1877-83. Graduate student, 1884-5. Pro- 
fessor of Natural Sciences, Moore's Hill College, 1885-8. Professor of Biol- 
ogy, Miami University, 188&-91. Professor of Biology, Syracuse University, 



144 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; LIBERAL ARTS 

College of I^iberal Arts, since 1891. Professor of Embryology, College of 
Medicine, since 1897. At Naples Zoological Station some months in 1894. 
Lecturer on scientific subjects. 

Fellow American Association for Advancement of Science. Member 
American Society of Naturalists. American Morphological Society. Preii> 
dent N. Y. State Science Teachers' Association. 

Residence, 909 Walnut Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

189 1 WILLIAM HARRISON MACE 

Ph.D. (Jena) 1897. * B K. Supt. Schools, McGregor, la., 1885-5. 
Professor of History, DePauw Univ. Normal School, 1885-90. Gxaditfte 
student at Indiana University, 1887-8, and at Cornell University, 1890-1. 
Professor of History and Political Science, Syracuse University, since 1891. 
Graduate student at Jena and Berlin Universities, 1896-7. Examiner in 
History for higher degrees to the Regents of State of N. Y. since 1895. 

Has published seriesof articles on *' How to Study and Teach History," ia 
Ind. State Sch. Jour, and Inter-state Sch, Rev.; " Organization of Historictl 
Material," Proceedings of Am. Hist. Assoc; '* Working Manual of 
American History," Syracuse, 1896 ; " Method in History," Ginn & Co., 
Boston, 1897 ; " Des alteren Pitt Beziehungen zur amerikanischen 
Revolution," Jena, 1897; Seriesof five Syllabuses on American History, 
Regents, Albany ; ' ' Syllabus on the American and British Constitntioiiii" 
Univ. Press, Cambridge, Eng. 

Residence, 127 College Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1892 JOHN HEDDAEUS 1895 

Born 15 Apr. 1847 at Worms on Rhine, Germany. 

Student four years at the Gymnasium at Worms and four years at the 
Meadville (Pa.) Theological School. In 1884 received the degree of BJD. 
Graduate student at the University of New York, three years. A.M. 1890. 
Ph.D. 1891. 

Teacher of Modem Languages and Literatures, High School, Yonkeili 
N. Y., two years ; Dr. Holbrook's Military Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y.,fif« 
years ; Professor of Modern Languages, Syracuse University, three years ; 
1892-5 ; Dr. Chapin's Collegiate School, one year. Pastor of Hope Church, 
Yonkers, N. Y., 1885. Author. \ 

Married Helen Louise Cumberson of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children — Louis Gilbert, born 2 Mar. 1894. 

Maris Euzabeth, bom 12 Sept. 1895. 
Thomas Cumberson, born 2 May 1897. 

Residence, 120 Hart St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1893 WILLIAM G. ward 1897 

Born at Sandusky, Ohio. A.B. (Ohio Wesleyan Univ.) 1872. #8 1. 
A.M. 1875. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem.) 1873. (Had been a student at 
Drew before graduating at O. W. U. ) Graduate student at Halle, Prussii, 

1874-5- 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; I.IBBRAL ARTS 145 

gyman, Meth. Epis., and teacher. Principal Hayesville (O. )Nor- 
chool, 1875-7. Pastor, 1877-86. Professor of History, Baldwin 
rsity, Berea. Ohio, 1886-9. President, Spokane (Wash.) College, 
o. Professor of Rhetoric, English Criticism and Oratory, Syracuse 
rsity, Jan. 1893-4. Professor of English Literature and Oratory in 
1894-7. Has lectured widely on various subjects, 
ried 1873, May Alden of Mechanicsburg, Ohio, 
t/— Hei^n Ai,den. 
idence, Cambridge, Mass. 

EDGAR ALFRED EMENS 

1 23 Apr. 1862 at Fayette, N. Y. Student from Fayette at Wesleyan 
sity, 1882-6. ♦NG. A.B. ♦ B K. A.M. 1 889. 
cipal. Union School, Eaton, N. Y., 1886-7. Teacher of Greek and 
Canandaigua (N. Y.) Academy, 1887-8 ; of Greek and Latin, Gen. 
>em., Lima, N. Y., 1888-90. Adjunct Professor of Greek, Syracuse 
■sity, 1 891-2. Associate Professor of the Greek Language and Litera- 
■592-3. Professor of same since 1893. Member of the Hellenic Society, 
n, Eng.; the American Philological Association ; the Managing Com- 
of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 
eled in Italy and Greece, summer of 1892. Taught Greek at Silver 
Summer School, 1894. Graduate student in Germany and Greece, 

dence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

HENRY ALLEN PECK 

1 4 May 1863 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Mexico at Syracuse 
rsity, 1881-5. AT. A.B. *BK. A.M. 1888. A.M. 1891 (Mathematics). 

(Kaiser Wilhelm Universitat, Strassburg, Germany) 1896. 
rher of Mathematics, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport Pa., 1885-7. 
c*or in Mathematics and Astronomy, Syracuse University, 1887-93. 
sor of Astronomy, Syracuse University, since 1893. Has published 
lugural dissertation on " The Equinox and Obliquity of Ecliptic for 
and Constant of Lunar Equation." Member of the Astronomische 
schaft ; the American Mathematical Society. 

Tied (i) 3 Aug. 1887, Kittie V. Becker of Mexico, N. Y. (2) 22 Dec. 
Jessie Rankin Tyler (ex. '85. See Non-graduates) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
(^/—Albert Becker, bom 19 Sept. 1892. 
idence, 307 Waverly Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

FRANKLIN JAMES HOLZWARTH 

a 3 Dec. 1864 at Lafargeville, N. Y. Student from Naperville, 111., 
acuse University, 1884-7. ♦K^I'. A.B. *BK. A.M. 1888 and Ph.D. 
German Language and Literature). Resident graduate student. 
r^yman, Evangelical Association, 1887-95. Now a member of the 
al New York Conference of the Meth. Epis. Church. Pastor at Rome, 
M 1887-8; Syracu3e, N. Y., 1888-93. Instructor in the German 



146 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; I.IBERAI, ARTS 

Language and Literature, Syracuse University, 189 1-3. Professor of same 
since 1893. 

Read an article at Regents' Convocation, Albany, N. Y., 1895, on ** Modem 
Language Requirements.'* 

Married 1889, Anna Bmilie Stumpf of Lockport, N. Y. 

C////f/r^//— Raymond C, born 1890. 

Irene M., born 1894. 

Residence, 301 Waverly Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 EDGAR COIT MORRIS 

Born 5 Nov. 1864 at Palermo, N. Y. Student from Pulaski, N. Y.,at 
Hamilton College, 1885-9. ^T. A.B. *BK. A.M. (Harvard) 1894. 

Assist. Librarian, Hamilton College, 1889-90. Instructor in Latin in same, 
1890- 1. Professor of English Literature, Lake Forest University, 1891-5. 
Graduate student. Harvard University, 1893-4. Instructor in Rhetoric and 
the English Language, Syracuse University, 1894-5. Professor of sam^ 
since 1895. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 EDMUND CHASE QUEREAU 

Bom 18 Mar. 1868 at Aurora, 111. Student from Aurora at the North.- 
westcrn University, 1884-8. B 9 n. Ph.B. * B K. Ph.M. 1892. Ki.0. 
(Freiburg, Ger.) 1893. 

Teacher of Natural Sciences, Troy Conf. Acad., Poultney, Vt., 1888^ 
Graduate student, Gottingen, Ger., 1890-1 ; Freiburg, Ger., 1891-^ 
Assistant and Tutor in Geology, University of Chicago, 1893-5. ProfetM^ ; 
of Geology and Mineralogy, Syracuse University, 1895-7. Profeflsor d 
Geology and Palaeontology in the same since 1897. 

Has published ** Origin of the Swiss Alps,** Rept. Dept. Nat. Hist N. W. 
U., 1892. '* Klippenregion von Iberg," Bern, Switzerland, 1893. "On ttl 
Contact Zone between Freiburg and High Alps,** Freiburg, 1894. "On tilt-' 
So-called Cliffs and Exotic Blocks," yr. o/Geol., Chicago, 1895, etc. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 JOHN ROGERS COMMONS 

Born 13 Oct. 1862 at Hollandsburg, Ohio. Student from Windietffeer, .| 
Ind. at Oberlin College, 1882-8, four years. A.B. *BK. A.M. Tutor it J^ 
Political Economy, Wesleyan University, 1890-1. Associate Profeaaor of T 
Political Economy, Oberlin College, 189 1-2. Professor of same, Indtna 
University, 1892-5. Professor of Sociology and Civics, Syracuse University, 
1895-6 ; of Sociology in same, since 1896. 

Has published, "Distribution of Wealth," 1893; "Social Refomi rf 
the Church," 1895; "Proportional Representation,** 1897. 

Married 25 Dec. 1890, Ella Brown Downey of Akron, Ohio. 

Children — ^John Ai,vin, born 13 Sept. 1891. 

Robert, bom i June 1893 ; died 16 Aug. 1893. 
JuwA Margaret, born 26 Mar. 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



FACtJXTY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; UBBRAI, ARTS I47 

1S95 CHARLES WILLIAM CABEEN 

Bom 30 Jan. 1S59 at Kalamazoo, Mich. Student at University of Wiscon- 
siii, 1S79-S2. B.S. M.L. (Univ.of Wis.) 1883. * B K. A.M. (Harvard) 1892. 
High School Principal and Superintendent, Wisconsin, 1882-91. 
Graduate student, Harvard, 189 1-2 ; University of Chicago, 1892-3. 
Professor of German, Oberlin College, 1893-5. Professor of French, Syra- 
cnsc University, 1 895-7. Professor of Romance Languages, same since 1897. 
Married 1885, Sarah Amelia Clark of Portage city. Wis. 
Children — David C1.ARK, born 24 June 1886. 
Ruth, bom lo Feb. 1888. 
Charles Kirkiand, born 7 Dec. 1896. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1855 ADOLPH GUTTMAN 1896^ 

Boni I Ang. 1854 at Hohenems, Austria. Ph.D. (Zurich) 1882. Rabbi, 
1880. Berlin, Gertnany. Pastor Society of Concord, Jewish Reform Temple, 
SjTacTise, N. Y. Editor of a religious paper. Die Reform ^ 1880-3. Pro- 
fessor of the Semitic Languages, Syracuse University, 1895-6. 

Married 2 Aug. 1887, Marilla Goldstein of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ckt/d—BxSJL Ruth, born 31 Jan. 1892. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 WILLIAM HENRY METZLER 

Bora 18 Sept. 1863 at Odessa, Ohio. A.B. 1888. *BK. Ph.D. (Clark 
Univ.) 1892. 

Science Master, I ngersoll Collegiate Institute, 1888-9. Fellow Clark Uni- 
vcnity. 1889-92. Instructor in Mathematics, Mass. Inst. Technology, 1892-4. 
Pn)fes6orof Mathematics, Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1894-5. Assoc. 
Ptofessor of Biathematics, Syracuse University, 1895-6. Professor of same 
moot 1896. Has published, *' On the Roots of Matrices,'* Am. Jr, Math.; 
"On Certain Properties of Symmetric Skew, Symmetric and Orthogonal 
Vstrices,** Ant, Jr, Math.; ** Compound Determinants," /^/V/. •' Homo- 
geacocs Strains," Annals Math,; "Symmetric Functions,*' Proc. Lond, 
Mtik.Soc.; ** Matrices which represent Vectors," Technology Quar, 

Harried 2 Jan. 1890, Augusta Philp of Dundonald , Ont. 

Children — Everett, bom 30 July, 1891 ; died 1 1 Feb. 1893. 
Kathi«ebn, bom 5 Jan. 1893 ; died 3 Oct. 1893. 
Augusta, bora 13 Sept. 1895. 
Ge&ai«d, born i Feb. 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

i%6 EVELYN BENEDICT AYERS 

Born at Verona, N. Y. Complete courses at Ferry Hall, Lake Forest 
Tiivereity, in 1873, and at the Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, 1888. 
Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture, New York, N. Y., 1888-91;. 
^tica, School of Music, Houghton Seminary, Clinton, N. Y., Cazenovia 
^. Y.) Seminary, Keble and Goodyear Schools, Syracuse, N. Y., 1891-4. 



148 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY ; I^IBBRAL ARTS 

Instr. in Elocution and Physical Culture, Syracuse University, i8< 
Prof essor of same since 1896. 

Married 15 Nov. 1885, Alfred B. Ayers. 

Child— 'Erum, Benedict, bom 5 Aug. 1886. 

Residence, The Hamilton, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 ISMAR JOHN PERITZ 

Bom 8 Jan. 1863 at Breslau, Germany. A. M. (Harvard) 1893. * 
Ph.D. (same) 1898. Student at Friederich's Gymnasium, Breslau, 187 
Missionary Inst., London, 1881-3 ; Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, > 
1884-7. Clergyman, Meth. Bpis. Member New York Conf. since ] 
Pastor. Student at Harvard, 1892-5. Instructor in Semitics, Syra 
University, 1895-6. Professor of same since 1896. 

Married 27 Nov. 1885, Caroline L. I. Cooper of London, England. 

Residence, 108 Raynor St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 ERNEST NOBLE PATTEE 

Bom 21 July 1864 at Ottawa, Canada. Student from Rochester, N. Y 
University of Rochester, 1882-6. A T. B.S. * B K. M.S. 1890. 

Teacher at Greece, N. Y., 1886-7. Graduate student in Chemistry,! 
versity of Rochester, 1887-8. Teacher of Science, Hey ward Colleg 
Institute, Fairfield, 111., 1889-90. Instructor in Chemistry, Syracuse 1 
versity, 1890-4. Adjunct Professor of same, 1894-5. Assoc. Professoi 
same, 1895-7. Professor of same since 1897. 

Member American Chemical Society since 1892. 

Married 30 Apr. 1891, Mary N. Peck of Rochester, N. Y. 

Residence, 503 VanBurenSt., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 GAYLORD PARSONS CLARK 
(See Professors, College of Medicine. ) 

1898 RICHARD JONES 

Born 18 July 1855 at Berlin, Wis. A.B. (Iowa) 1878. Ph.D. (Heidelb 
1893. Professor of English Literature, Syracuse University, since 1898. 

Has published, *'The Growth of the Idylls of the King," Lippino 
1895; **TheArthurianLegendo,'* Warner Library, 1896; "College Entr 
English," Univ. State of N. Y., 1897 ; "Macbeth," Appleton. 1899; vai 
magazine articles. 

Married 1881, Carrie Holmes Grinnell of Grinnell, la. 

Residence, 604 University Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

1892 EDGAR ALFRED EMENS 

Associate Professor of the Greek Language and Literature. (Sec 
fessors. Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1892 HENRY ALLEN PECK 

Associate Professor of Mathematics. (See Professors, Coll. Lib. A 






FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; UBBRAI« ARTS I49 

1895 WILLIAM HENRY METZLER 1896 

Associate Professor of Mathematics. (See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1S95 • ERNEST NOBLE PATTEE 1897 

Associate Professor of Chemistry. (See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1S9: WILLIAM PRATT GRAHAM 

Bom 24 Nov 1871, at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
It Syracuse University, 1889-93. B 9 H. B.S. Ph.D. (Berlin, Germany) 
^. Student in Germany, 1893-8. Associate Professor of Electrical 
Espneering. Syracuse University, since 1897. 
iLesadence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

i^ ALEXANDER CLARENCE FLICK 

Bora 1869 ^^ Galion, Ohio. Student from Leesville, Ohio, at Otterbein 
Uairesity, 1890-4. A.B. A.M. 1897. 

Ekcled Professor in San Joaquin (Cal. ) College, but resigned. Graduate 
ttadaA in History, Columbia University, 1894-5. Fellow in History, Colum- 
Itt, 1^95-^. Instructor in History, Syracuse University, 1896-8. Associate 
Meaor of History in same since 1898. 

Itcsidence, 608 University Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

ADJUNCT PROFESSORS 

1S72 JOHN HURST DURSTON 1878 

Bora 19 Feb. 1848 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student at Yale College, 1865-8. 
itE. .\.M. and Ph.D. (Heidelberg) 1870. 

Student at Heidelberg, 1868-70. Instructor in French, Syracuse Univer- 
Ky, 1871-2. Adjunct Professor of Modem Languages in same, 1872-8. 
Stadent in Paris, 1872-3. Secretary of Sanderson Steel Works, Syracuse 
1878-9. Editor of Syracuse Norfiing Standard, 1880-8. Editor of the 
Amamda Standard, Anaconda, Mont., since 1889. 

Xtriied 5 Oct. 1871, Mary Harwood of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ckildrtm — Martha Harwood, bom 28 July 1872. (See Non-graduates. ) 
Laura, bom 5 July 1874. (See Non-graduates.) 

Hesdence, Anaconda, Mont. 

i»:3 FRANK SMALLEY 1881 

(See Professors, CoU. Lib. Arts.) 

iM GEORGB HEBERTON HOOPER 1879 

Bern 16 Feb. 1845 at Allen town, N. J. Student at Princeton College, 
li^To. A.B. (Princeton) 1870. A.M. (same) 1873. 

Cbancal Fellow at Princeton, 1870. Teacher at Yonkers, N. Y., 1870-1. 
fiWent in Berlin, Germany, 1871-3, and in Leipsic, 1873-7. Traveled in 
*Wy, 1878. Adjunct Professor of Modem Languages and Acting Professor 
^ Greek, Syracuse University, 1878-9. Engaged in farming, 1879-80. 



I50 FACUI*TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; UBBRAI. ARTS 

Student in Paris, 1881. Teacher in Yonkers, N. Y., 1881-3. Stud 
Germany, 1884-5 I also in France. Master of Latin and Greek, Co 
Grammar School, New York city, 1895-8. 

Was in U. S. Naval Service, 1865, with rank as Captain's Clerk 01 
Steamer ** Maumee.'* 

Married i July 1873, in Dresden, Saxony, Emily B. Taylor of Ph 
phia. Pa. 

Children — Eleanor Kenton, bom 15 May 1874. 

George Heberton, Jr., bom 19 Aug. 1879. 

Residence, 96 Spruce St., Newark, N. J. 

1891 EDGAR ALFRED EMENS 

(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1894 ERNEST NOBLE PATTEE 

(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

INSTRUCTORS 

1871 JOHN HURST DURSTON 
(See Adjunct Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1872 W. LOCKE RICHARDSON 
Instructor in Elocution. 

1874 FRANK SMALLEY 

(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1880 J. W. TAVERNER 

Instructor in Elocution. 

1882 J. SCOTT CLARK 
(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1883 LUCIEN MARCUS UNDERWOOD 
(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1883 EUGENE WEST MANNING 

Born 26 July 1854 at New Market, Dorchester Co., Md. Stud 
Dickinson College, 1873-5. * K 4^. At Wesleyan University, 1875-7. 
A.B. (Wesleyan) 1877. * B K. A.M. (Wesleyan) 1880. A.M. and 
1886. (Modern Languages.) 

Tutor in Wilmington, Del., 1877-9. Student in Gottingen, Ger 
1879; Leipsic, 1879-80; Paris, 1880. At home in Lewes, Del., i 
Student in Berlin, Germany ; Geneva, Switzerland ; Florence, Ital 
Madrid, Spain, 1881-2. Instructor in Modern Languages, Syracus< 
versity, 1883-6. Professor of Modern Languages, University Sch< 
Boys, Baltimore, Md., 1886. Professor in DePauw Univ. 

Residence, 173 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

No report since 1887. 



FACUI^TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; I«IBBRAI« ARTS I5I 

FREDERIC AUGUSTUS COOK 1887 

m 4 Nov. 1858 at Camden, N. Y. Student from Camden at Syracuse 
Sand 1879-81. A T. A.B. and Ph.B. A.M. 1882 and Ph.D. 1885. (Greek), 
acher of Latin and Greek in Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 
-6. Instructor in Latin, Syracuse University, 1886-7, in absence of 
e>«or Smalley. Professor of Latin and Greek, Kansas Wesleyan 
rrsity, Salina, Kas., 1887-91. Teacher of Latin, C. C. L, Hacketts- 
:, N. J., 1891-4. Teacher of Latin and Greek in the High Schools, 
kers. N. Y., since 1894. 
evidence, Yonkers, N. Y. 

^ JOSEPH THIBAULT DIDIER FISCHER 1892 

Jom 27 Feb. 1855 at Thann, Alsace, Germany. Student from Chitte- 
ngo, N.Y., 1 88 1 -4, entering Sophomore Class of Syracuse University from 
id 5*111 University. A K E. Ph.B. M.D. 1895. 

Teatrherat Union, N. Y., 1885 ; Pulton, N. Y., 1886. Instructor in Modem 
Djftajjes, Syracuse l^niversity, 1886-92. Student of Medicine, College of 
ididne, Syracuse University, 1892-5. Instructor in Physiologfy, College 
Medicine, 1895-7. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1895. 
^Urried 30 June 189S, Cora A. Brackett (No. 937) of Hannibal, N. Y. 
ie>idecce, S06 Butternut St, Syracuse, N. Y. 

^: HENRY ALLEN PECK 1891 

See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts. ) 

f. ORATOR FULLER COOK, JR. 1891 

lorn 2S May 1S67 at Clyde. N. Y. Student from Clyde at Syracuse Uni- 
'«tv. 1884-90, four years. * A 9. Ph.B. 

nsinicior in Biology, Syracuse University, 1890-1. Fulton Professor of 
tiral Sciences in Liberia College 1891 — . President Liberia College, 
36-. Agent New York State Colonization Society, 1892 — . Custodian of 
rrjipoda and Asst. Curator of Botany, U. S. National Museum, Washing- 
w. I). C. Has published various scientific articles (about 60) in JVoceed- 
iT: of the C S. National Museum, American Naturalist, Annals of the 
r^- Vork Academy of Sciences, etc., 1891-6 ; also three reports on Liberia 
tlic New York State Colonization Society. 

Married ii Nov. 1892, Alice Carter (No. 844) of Huntington, Long 
iiB4, N. Y. 
Children — Samubl Carter, born 25 May, 1896 ; died 31 May 1896. 

Robert Carter, bom 9 Apr. 1898. 
Itcsidence, Washington, D. C. 

%> ERNEST NOBLE PATTEE 1894 

<See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1S91 FRANKLIN JAMES HOLZWARTH 1893 

Sec Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 



152 FACUI^TY OP SYRACUSE UNIVKRSITY ; UBBRAI, ARTS 

1892 HENRY ORRIN SIBLEY 

Bom 19 Aug. 1845 *^ Royal ton, N. Y. 

Student from Royalton at Syracuse University, 1885-9. ♦AG. 
A.M. and Ph.D. 1893 (Latin). 

Librarian, Syracuse University, since 1889. Instructor in Library Eco 
ics since 1892. 

Has published "Horace's Ars Poetica translated into English Ve 
Syracuse, 1892; "Trinummus of Plautus translated into English Vc 
1895 ; '* Our Boys in Blue," an oration, Peabody, Mass., 1894 ; many mi 
laneous poems, essays and papers, some in Latin. 

National Poet of the ♦AO Fraternity, 1891, and now librarian oi 
general fraternity. 

Married 3 July 1890, Mary J. O'Bryon (No. 914) of Elmira, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1894 EVELYN BENEDICT AYRES 

( See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts. ) 

1894 WILLIAM HENRY JAKWAY 

Bom 6 Dec. 1870 al West Haven, Vt. 

Student from West Haven at Syracuse University, 1889-93. B 8 n. 
M.S. 1896. 

Graduate student in Chemisty, Syracuse University, j/^ year 1893. Tea* 
of Science, Clinton, Iowa, % year 1894. Instructor in Physics, Syra 
University, 1894-6. Teacher of Physics, Clinton, la., 1896-7. 

Married 27 Aug. 1896, Emily A. Newcomb(Ex. '97) of Johnsonville, ^ 

Residence, Evanston, 111. 

1894 DELMER EDWARD HAWKINS 

Bom II June 1868 at Mooers, N. Y. Student from Champlain, N. 
at Syracuse University, 1890-4. 4r T. A.B. LL.B. 1898. 

Instructor in Political Economy, Syracuse University, 1894-6. 
student. College of Law, Syracuse University, 1896-8. President Amer 
Republican College League, 1893-4, elected by the convention at Lomsi? 
Ky. Admitted to the Bar, June 1898. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married 10 June 1896, Helen Mary Wardwell (No. 883) of Syracuse, !> 

Child— ktxn^ Wardwei,!,, bom 5 July 1898. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1894 EDGAR COIT MORRIS 

(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1894 EDWARD JOHN REDINGTON 

Bom 1 1 Sept. 1873 at Evanston, 111. Student from Syracuse, N. Y. 
Yale University, 1890-4. A.B. (Yale) 1894. Instructor in Latin, Syrac 
University, since 1894. 

Residence, 424 Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 



FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNTVBRSITY ; I«IBBRAI. ARTS I53 

1S94 •STEWART SCOTT 1895 

Bom 2 July 1869 at Clay, N. Y. Student from Cicero, N. Y. at Syracuse 
University, 1890-4. B 6 11. A.B. A.M. 1897. 

Instrnctor in Mathematics, Syracuse University, 1894-5. Professor of 
■one. Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1895-6. 
Died 25 Sept. 1897, at Forsyth, Montana. 

i«94 JUSTIN BEUCHAT 1895 

Instractor in French, Syracuse University, 1894-5. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

18% ISMAR JOHN PERITZ 1896 

'S<t l*rofeftsors. Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1S56 JEAN MARIE RICHARDS 

[ Boni 10 Nov. 1 87 1 at Petersburg, Va. B.L. (Smith) 1895. 
liKmctor in English, Syracuse University, since 1895. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

i«9^ EARL GRANT BURCH 1896 

Born 14 Dec. 1869 at Dryden, N. Y. Student from Dryden at Syracuse 
rnivcrsity, 1890-4. B 6 n. B.S. M.S. 1896 (Biology). 

Intfmctor in Science, High School, Clinton, N. Y., 1894-5. Instructor 
■ Zoology, Syracuse University, 1895-6. Graduate student at Cornell 
rahersity. 1896. Instructor in Science, City High School, Fargo, N. Dak., 
■Dcei.S96. 

His published, " Contributions to the Biological Survey of the Red River 
VaUevof N. Dakota." 

Mtrhed 26 June 1895, *Alice Adams (No. 1121) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Itendence, Fargo, N. Dak. 

rt95 WILLIAM BACH HODGE 1896 

Bora 21 Nov. 1872 at Canajoharie, N. Y. Student from Palatine Bridge, 
y.Y., at Syracuse University, 1891-5. AKE. B.S. 

hHtmctor in Physics, Syracuse University, 1895-6. Electrical Engineer 
•itt E. G. Wilyoung & Co., Philadelphia, Pa., since 1896. 

Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

^55 FREDERICK ZIAH LEWIS 1896 

Brother of No. i^ 

lofn 27 April 1873 ^t Throopsville, N. Y. Student from Auburn, N. Y. 
• Srracuse University, 1890-4. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1896 (Biology). 

Iflitnxctor in Sciences, Beaver College, Beaver, Pa., 1894-5. Graduate 
'(•dent and Instructor in Syracuse University, 1895-6. 
Married 27 July 1898, Jessie E. Wheeler (No. 1431) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Jteadence, Canandaigua, N. Y. 



154 PACUI*TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY ; I»IBBRAI« ARTS 

1895 ERWIN HARRISON SCHUYLER 

Bom 12 Jan. 1874 at Baldwinsville, N. Y. Student from Baldwins 
at Syracuse University, 1891-5. B.S. 

Graduate student and Instructor in Chemistry, Syracuse Unive 
1895-6. Instructor in Chemistry, same, 1896. Principal Ives Semi 
Antwerp, N. Y., 1897-8. Vice-Principal High School, Watertown, > 
since 1898. 

Residence, Watertown, N. Y. 

1895 CHARLES HUMPHREY TREADWELL, JR. 

Born 31 Oct. 1871 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego at Syn 
University, 1891-5. Ben. B.S. 

Graduate student and Instructor in Physics, Syracuse University, 1 
1895. Assistant in Physics, same, since 1896. 

Married 3 July 1897, Harriette Newton Taylor of Oswego, N. Y. 

Residence, 913 Madison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 ALEXANDER CLARENCE FLICK 
(See Assoc. Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1896 JAMES HENRY HAMILTON 

Born 31 Oct. 1861 at Greensburg, Ind. Student from Greensbui 
Hanover College. B.S. 1885. A.M. (Indiana Univ.) 1894. Ph.D. (Wis 
sin Univ.) 1896. LL.B. (Cincinnati Law School) 1887. 

Instructor in Economics, Syracuse University, since 1896. Has publi 
'*The Relation of Postal Savings Banks to Commercial Banks," An 
of Am. Acad, of Pol. Soc. Science, 1898; "A Neglected Principl 
Municipal Reform," Am. Jour. Sociology; monograph on *'Sa\ 
Banks," in course of preparation. 

Married 30 June 1890, Maude Hume of Clinton, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 EDWIN MARTIN PICKOP 

Born 3 Nov. 1859 at Philadelphia, Pa. Student from Philadelphi 
Harvard University, 1880-4. A.B. 

Teacher and Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Teacher of Classics, Public 1 
School, Hartford, Conn., 1884-90. Pastor in the N. Y. East Confen 
1890-4. Teacher of Classics, Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., and St. 1 
rence University, Canton, N. Y., 1894-6. Instructor in Greek, Syra 
University, 1896-8. In charge of the Dept. in absence of Professor En 
1897-8. 

Married 19 Nov. 1891, Jessie Avery Morgan of Natick, Mass. 

Child — Edwin Morgan, born 31 Dec. 1892. 

Residence, Boston, Mass. 



FACUItTY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; IJBBRAI, ARTS I55 

1896 WILLIAM MARTIN SMALLWOOD 1898 

Son of No. 223 

Born 30 Apr. 1873 at Warsaw, N. Y. Student from Warsaw at Syracuse 
XJnWcrsity, 1892-6. ♦ K 4^. A.B. 

Graduate student and Instructor in Botany, Syracuse University, 1896-8. 
Professor of Biology, Allegheny College, since 1898. 
Residence, Meadville, Pa. 

1896 EUGENE RANDOLPH SMITH 

Born 18 March 1876 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego at Syra- 
cnse University, 1892-6. B 6 H. A.B. * B K. A.M. (Math.) 1898. 

bstmctor in Mathematics, Syracuse University, 1896-7. Teacher of 
Mathematics, Cazenovia Seminary, 1897-8. Instructor in Mathematics, 
Syncnse University, since 1898. 

Readence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 OSCAR ROGERS WHITFORD 1897 

Brother of Nos. 551 aud 929 

Bom 6 Oct. 1867 at Havana, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y. at Syra- 
cuse University. 1886-90. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1893. 

Graduate student in Mineralogy, 1 890-1. Teacher of Sciences, High 
School, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y., 1891-2. Student at Konigl, Sachs 
Bergakademie (Royal Saxon School of Mines), Freiberg, Sachsen, Ger- 
Biiny, 1892-5. Instructor in Geology, Syracuse University, 1896-7. Con- 
nected with the King Gold Mining and Developing Co. of Syracuse, office 
ttMorganton, N. C, for assaying and general metallurgical work. Has a 
"Report on the Mines of Western N. C.*' in press. 

Residence, Morganton, N. C. 

1897 RALPH EMERSON BASSETT 

Bom 25 Jan. 1866 at Pilesgrovc, N. J. Student from Salem, N. J., at 
Hirvard University, 1885-9. ^'^' A.M. 1890. Graduate student at Har- 
fird, 1888-90. 

Master in French, German and English, Belmont (Mass.) School, 1890-2. 
iBttructor in German aud French, DePauw University, 1892-3. Graduate 
itoident of French and Rom. Philol. in University of Paris and Government 
Sdiools, Paris, France, 1893-4. Acting Instructor in Modem I^anguages 
New Hampshire (State) College of Agricultural and Meclianical Arts, 
Darham, N. H., 1894-5. Acting Professor of French and Genuan, College 
<rf Charleston (S.C.), 1895-7. Instructor in Romance Languages, Syracuse 
University, since 1897. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

% ♦JOHN HENRY BOYNTON 1898 

Born 13 Feb. 1869 at Woodstock, Vt. A.B. (Harvard) 1890. *BK. 
A.M. 1894 and Ph.D. (same". 1897. 

Teacher of English, Greek and Latin, Academy, Milton, Mass., 1890-3. 
Assistant in English, Harvard University, 1894-5. Instructor in English, 



156 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; UBERAI« ARTS 

Syracuse University, 1897-8. Has published, "Ten Sonnets,** Cambridge, 
1892 ; " Macbeth" (edited), 1898 ; *' Driftwood, a Memorial Vol. of Poems,*' 
Chicago, 1898. President of Graduate Club, Harvard, 1897 ; of Modem 
Language Conference, Harvard, 1897. Held Morgan Fellowship at Har- 
vard, 1897. 
Died 22 May 1898 at Woodstock, Vt. 

1897 PAUL COOK NUGENT 

Born 4 Jan. 187 1 at New Orleans, La. Student from New Orleans at 
Roanoke College, 1885-9. * P A. A.B. C.E. (Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute), 1892. A.M. (Roanoke College) 1894. 

Civil Engineer, Huston, Tex., 1892-6. Instructor in Civil Engineering, 
LaFayette College, 1896-7. Instructor in Civil Engineering, Syracuse Uni- 
versity, since 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 WILLIAM ERASTUS TAYLOR 

Born 18 March 1870 at Bucklin, Mo. Student from East Elba, N, Y. at 
Syracuse University, 1889-93. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1896. 

Teacher of Physical Science and Higher Mathematics, Chamberlain 
Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1893-6. Law student, Batavia, N. Y., 1896-7. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Syracuse University, since 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1898 FRANK EDGAR FARLEY 

Born 25 April 1868 at Manchester, N. H. Student at Harvard. A T. A.B. 
1893. A.M. 1894. Ph.D. 1897 ; all from Harvard University. 

Assistant in English, Harvard University, 1893-5 ; Radcliffe College, 
1894-7. Instructor in English, Haverford College, 1897-8. Instructor in 
English, Syracuse University, since 1898. 

Residence, 727 So. Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1898 ANSEL AUGUSTUS TYLER 

Bom 7 Mar. 1S69 at E. Bridgewater, Pa. Student from Easton, Pa., at 
LaFayette College, 1888-92. AT. SX. A.B. * B K. A.M. 1895. Ph.D. 
(Columbia) 1897. 

Instructor in Botany and Physics, High School, Easton, Pa., i89i-a» 
Assistant in Biology, LaFayette College, 1892-4. Graduate Student, Colimi* 
bia University,, 1894-7. Instructor in Biology, Union College, 1897-8; 
Syracuse University, since 1898. University scholar in Botany, Columbia 
University, 1895-7. Has published, " Stamen-hairs of species Lonicera** in 
Bulletin of lonry Botanical Club, Vol. xxi. pp. 123-6, May 1894 ; **The 
Nature and Origin of Stipules" in -T^«;/rt/.y 0/ N. V. Academy 0/ Science^ 
Vol. X. pp. 1-49, June 1897 ; " Stipules" in The Plant World, Vol. i, pp. 
49-52, Jan. 1898. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



FACUI^TY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; UBBRAI« ARTS I57 

ASSISTANTS 

L877 PEPPING MELFI 1878 

Bom 8 Apr. 1857 at Viggiano, Province of Basilicata, Kingdom of Naples, 
Italy. Student from Troy, N. Y.,at College of Medicine, Syracuse Univer- 
wty, 1877-80. M.D. 

Graduate, Scientific Course, of Fort Edward (N. Y. ) Collegiate Institute. 
AasL Instructor in Italian and French, Syracuse Univ., College of Liberal 
Arts, 1877-8. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1880. Musician, master 
of the flute. Has published, *' The Germs of Diseases and how to Combat 
Tliem," in ^'. Y. State Med. Reporter, 
Harried 1895, Elma Leona Gahrar of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cfci7</— Robert Bbrtib, born 6 Jan. 1896. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 EDWARD HENRY KRAUS 

Bora I Dec. 1875 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse at Syracuse 
University, 1892-6. *K^, B.S. M.S. 1897 (Chemistry). 

Gndoate Student and Assistant in German and Mineralogy, Syracuse 
Unirersity, since 1896. 

Residence, 615 Butternut St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 SARAH NEWCOMB GRAHAM 

Sister of No. 1459 

Bora 27 May 1874 at Albany, N. Y. Student from Lansingburgh, N. Y., 
it Syracuse University, 1893-7. A*. A.B. * B K. 
Assistant in English, Syracuse University, since 1897. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 CHARLES GARDNER ROGERS 

Born 4 March 1875 at Perry, N. Y. Student from Lyons, N. Y., at Syra- 
cum UniTersity, 1893-7. AT. A.B. Graduate Student and Assistant in 
Kology, Syracuse University, since 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



% OTIS C. SKEELE 1893 

Director of the Gymnasium. 

ll» JOHN ALEXANDER ROBINSON SCOTT 

Bora 13 Dec. 1863 at Bathurst, N. B. Graduated at the Baron Posse 
Konnal School, Boston, 1893. Director of the Gymnasium since 1893. 
Harried 28 Aug. 1895 Onie lone Conland of Brookfield, Vt. 
^«iidcticc, Syracuse, N. Y. 

% MINNIE BELLE WOOD WORTH 1896 

^oni40ct. 1870 at Perry ville, N. Y. Student from Chittenango, N. Y., 
^ Syracuse University, 1889-93. K K P. Ph.B. 



158 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; UBBRAI, ARTS 

Teacher in ''College for Women,*' Columbia, S. C, 1894-5. Instructor 
in the Gymnasium, Syracuse University, 1895-6. Graduate Student in 
I/atin, Syracuse University, 1895-6. 

Residence, 331 W. Onondaga St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1892 MARY J. O'BRYON SIBLEY 

sister of No. 1600 

Born 1 1 Nov. 1866 at Malden-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. Student from Blxnira, 
N. Y., at Syracuse University, 1885-9. Ph.B. Ph.M. and Ph.D., 1893. 
(English Literature.) 

Assistant Librarian, Syracuse University, 1889-92. " Ofl&cially elected" 
to same pK>sition, June 1892, and still serving. 

Married 3 July 1890 Henry Orrin Sibley (No. 922) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1872 JOHN P. GRIFFIN 1875 

Librarian and Registrar. 



LECTURERS 

Rev. John Hai,!,, D.D., of New York, 

Lecturer on Missions for 1893. (Graves* Lectureship.) 
Rev. John W. Buti^er, D.D., of Mexico, 

Lecturer on Missions for 1894. (Graves* Lectureship.) 
Rev. Bp. James M. Thoburn, D.D., of India, 

Lecturer on Missions for 1895. (Graves* Lectureship.) 
Rev. A. J. F. Behrens, D.D., of Brooklyn, 

Lecturer on Missions for 1896. (Graves' Lectureship.) 
Rev. Bp. R. S. Foster, D.D., 

Lecturer in the J. Dorman Steele Course, 1888. 
Rev. Benj. W. Bacon, D.D., of Oswego, 

Lecturer on Biblical Literatiire. 
ReT. RoB'T. W. Rogers, D.D., of Madison, N. J. 

Lecturer on the Bible. 
Hon. Ei*i,is H. Roberts, of New York, 

Lecturer on the Currency. 
Hon. RoswEi^i* G. Horr, of Michigan, 

Lecturer on Protection. 
Prof. George Gunton, of New York, 

Lecturer on Socialism and on Corporations and Trusts. 
Prof. VanBuren Drusi^ow, of Chicago, 

Lecturer on Labor and Capital. 
Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, of Nevada, 

Lecturer on the Silver Question. 
Hon. Frank Hurd, of Ohio, 

Lecturer on Free Trade. 



FACm.Ty OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY ; M9DICINB 159 

£. I>A.vii> G. LvoN, of Cambridge, Mass., 

X/ecturer on Assyriology. 
»f . £r»^rARi> W. Bbmis, of Chicago, 

Xrecturer on Money and Banking. 
:\. JKRBMIAH Zimmerman, of Syracuse, 

Lecturer on Numismatics. 
Lisa Jank Addams, of Chicago, 

Lecturer on Social Settlements. 
Kiev. W. D. P. Boss, of Amherst, Mass., 

Lecturer on Christian Socialism. 



PROFESSORS: COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 

i»72 ♦FREDERICK HYDE, DEAN 1887 

Bora 27 Jan. 1809 at Whitney's Point, N. Y. Studied under Drs. Hiram 
Moeand Horace Brownson. Licensed by Cortland County Medical Society, 
1% M.D. (Fairfield Medical College) 1836. 

Physician and surgeon at Virgil, N. Y., 1833-6 ; at Cortland, N. Y., 1836- 
87. In charge of private Anatomical School at Cortland, N. Y., 1850-4. 
PtofesBor of Obstetrics and Medical Jurisprudence in Geneva Medical Col- 
lege, 1854-5 ; Professor of Surgery in same, 1855-72. Dean and Professor 
. of Surgery, College of Medicine, Syracuse University, 1872-87. 

Trastee of Cortlandville Academy for 25 years ; President of same for 
Kfenteen years. President of local board of Cortland Normal School 
■Bce 1876. President of Cortland Savings Bank 1876-87. President of New 
York State Medical Society, 1865. Delegate to International Medical Con- 
fess, 1876. Delegate to British Medical Association, 1884. Permanent and 
original member of American Medical Association. A founder and member 
of Council of New York State Medical Association. Member of Council of 
Kara! and Military Surgery. Also a member of other local medical societies. 
I Has published the following papers : *' Memoir of Waldstein B. Sturte- 
int, M.D.;** A series of reports of the Surgery of Cortland County, in 
Tnns. of Medical Association of Southern Central ^ N, }'., 1851 ; " Fracture 
I •'the Cranium," in Trans, N, Y, State Medical Society^ 1863; "Medical 
\ Receptors," ibid, 1865; ** Hernia and its Complications," ibid. 1867; 
^ "Malignant tumors of the abdomen," 1870; '*The Taxis in Strangulated 
\ Hernia," Trans. International Congress, 1878; '• Traumatic arterial Hem or - 
\ Aige," Buffalo Medical Journal, Vol. 2; ** Psoas or Lumbar Abscess," 
'^. Vol. 4. '* On process of repair in Wounds with and without antiseptic 
l^tment," Trans. American Medical Association, 1878; "When should 
^hine be used in Fracture of the Skull ?" in Trans. N. Y. State Medical 
^iy, 1882; ** Notes on Dislocation of Hip, based on 223 cases occurring 
^ the State of New York," in Trans, N. Y. Medical Association, 1884 ; 
"^e Significance of certain Symptoms in hernial Strangulation and Rules 
'wTrcatment," ibid, 1883; " Erysipelas," ibid. 1886; " Fracture of Base of 






l6o FACUI«TY OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY ; MBDICINB 

Cranium," in Medical Times ^ 1886, besides various addresses, biographic 
sketches, etc. 

Married 24 Jan. 1838, Eloisa Goodyear, daughter of Miles Goodyea: 
M.D. 

^'/^//^/r/;— Augusta, born 24 June 1839. 

Mii^BS GooDYBAR, bom 12 June 1841. 

Died 15 Oct. 1887, at Cortland, N. Y. 

1872 HENRY DARWIN DIDAMA. DRAN 

Bom 17 June 1823 at Perryville, N. Y. Studied under David C. Moon 
M.D., of Cazenovia, N. Y. and Nelson C. Powers, M.D., of Petcrboro, N.H 
Educated at Cazenovia Seminary. M.D. (Albany Medical College) 184^ 

Physician at Romulus, N. Y., 1846-51 ; at S3rraca8e, N. Y. since 1851 
Professor of Clinical Medicine, College of Medicine, Syracuae Universit] 
1872-3. Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine and Clinio 
Medicine in same. 1873-88. Dean of the College of Medicine since 188I 
Professor of Science and Art of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, 1888-9; 
Emeritus Professor of same since 1893. Chief of Staff of St. Joseph 
Hospital since 1893. Coroner in Syracuse twelve years. President ( 
Syracuse Medical Society ; of Onondaga Medical Society ; of New Yor 
Central Medical Association ; of New York State Medical Society ; of Ne 
York State Medical Association. Vice-President of American Medical Aw 
ciation. Member of British Medical Association. President of Syracni 
Y. M. C. A. President of Boerhaaven Association of Syracuse. 

Has published address as President of New York State Medical Society 
1880 ; as President of New York State Medical Association, 1884; asPres 
dent of Medical Section of American Medical Association, 1884. "1 
Tubercular Consumption ever Inherited?" read in New York, i895,and mine 
papers. 

Married 21 June 1848, Sarah Miller of Dan by, N. Y. 

Children — Amelia Louise, born 23 Sept. 1850 (Niven ; No. 868). 
Henry Darwin, born 25 July 1852 ; died 31 Dec 1853. 
Sherman Miller, born 29 June 1854 ; died 7 Mar. 1878. 

Residence, 424 S. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1872 *JOHN TOWLER i« 

Born 20 June 1811 at Bathwell, York, Eng. M.A. ( St. John's Collegi 
Cambridge.) Professor of Modern Languages, Mathematics and Natnr 
Philosophy, 1852-6S ; of Civil Engineering and Chemistr}*, and Actiii 
Professor of Mathematics and Modern Languages, i868-8a. Dean < 
Medical Faculty, 1S56-72. Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy, To* 
cology, Medical Jurisprudence, General and Special Anatomy, Medio 
College, 1S53-72. U. vS. Consul, Trinidad, W. I.,' 1882-6. Author ( Medio 
and Natural Science). * B K. 

Died 2 .\pr. 1SS6 at Orange Mt., (?) N. J. 

[The al)ove is from the Hobart College General Catalogue.] 

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FACUtrTV OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY ; MBDICINB l6l 

[General, Special and Surgical Anatomy, College of Medicine, Syracuse Uni- 
[Tersity. 1872-3 ; of Chemistry and Toxicology, 1873-80 ; Emeritus Profeasor, 
l88o-6. 

11872 ♦HIRAM N. EASTMAN 1873 

hom 10 Aug. iSroat Fairfield, N. Y. Educated at Fairfield Academy 

Fairfield Medical College. M.D. (Vermont Academy of Medicine) 1844. 

Teacher in Cortland Academy, Homer, N. Y., 1835-6. Physician at 

idor, N. Y., 1838-40; at Owego, N. Y., 1840-^1; at Geneva, N. Y., 

[1861-72. Professor of Practice of Medicine and Materia Medica, Geneva 

lical College, 1859-70. Lecturer on Materia Medica, Medical Depart- 

it of the University of Buffalo, 1870-3. Professor of the Principles and 

Jhaciice of Medicine, College of Medicine, Syracuse University. 1872-3. 

'Jhacticed at Waverly, Iowa, 1873-4. Returned to Owego, N. Y., Oct. 1874. 

Contributed to medical journals and the Trans, Nrtv York State Medical 

^ieiy. Among his published papers are the following : *' On the use of 

Quinine in the Treatment of Croup;** "On the use of Vetatrum viride in 

the Treatment of Pulmonary Hemorrhage;'* '*On the modus operandi ol 

Sninine ;'' ** On the action of Mercury.** 

3£arrie<i 1838, Mary Guyon Curtis of Homer, N. Y. 
Children — Chari^es C, bom 1841. (M.D., Owego, N. Y.) 
Rush S., bom 1845. (Rev., Gold Hill, Nev.) 
Cornelia, born 1847. 
Caroline, bom 1849. 

George N'., born 1851. (Rev., Virginia City, Nev.) 
Robert W., bom 1853. (M.D., O^ego, N. Y.) 
Died 14 Oct. 1879. at Owego. N. Y. 

1872 * NELSON NIVISON 1893 

Bom 27 May 181 6, at Ulysses. N. Y. Educated at Ithaca (N. Y.) Acad- 
emy and Fairfield Medical College. M.D. (Geneva Medical College) 1859. 
M-D. (University of City of New York) 1859. 

Engaged in practice of Medicine at Mecklenburg, N. Y., 1839-49; 
Hector, N. Y.. 1849-61 ; Burdett, N. Y., 1861 ; Yonkers, N. Y., 1862; Bur- 
dett, N. Y., 1863-1893. Prof essor of Physiology, Patholog>' and Hygiene, 
1^2-87. Emeritus Professor of Physiology and Hygiene, 1887-93. 

Has contributed to medical journals: one article on *' Cooperative and 
antagonistic Effects of Opium and Quinine,*' in the American Journal 0/ 
Medical Science^ was favorably noticed by both American and European 
jottmals. 
Harried 10 July 1843, Catherine C. Colegrove of Trumansburgh, N. Y. 
Children — Helen Augusta, bom 11 Jan. 1845. 
Anna S. , bom 29 July, 1850. 

Carrie Lucrbtia, bom 29 Jan. 1856 : died 17 Mar. 1857. 
George Pishbr, bom 27 Aug. 1858 ; died 20 Jan. 185 1. 
Marv W., bom 27 Feb. 1864. 
IHtd July 1S9S, at Burdett, N. Y. 




l62 FACUI^TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 

1872 ♦EDWARD BRUCE STEVENS 

Born 5 Aug. 1823 at Monroe, Ohio. B 9 n. A.B. (Miami Univ 
1843. A.M. (Miami) 1847. A.'M, (Syracuse ad eundem) 1H77 . Studied 
Dr. Joshua Stevens. M.D. (Medical College of Ohio) 1846. 

Physician at Monroe, O., 1846-9; at Lebanon, O., 1849-54 and i 
at Cincinnati, O., 1854-74 ; at Syracuse, N. Y., 1874-7. Editor Cinci\ 
Medical Obsenrr, 1856-8; of Lancet and Obsen'er^ Cincinnati, i8j 
of Obstetric (iazette, Cincinnati, 1878-83. Professor of Materia Medica 
Therapeutics, Miami Medical College, Cincinnati, 1865-73. Profesaor 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, College of Medicine, Syracuse Uniffli 
sity, 1872-7. President Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, O.; of Ofaft 
State Medical Society ; of Lebanon Medical Society. Secretary Ohio Still 
Medical Society, 1862-7. 

Published numerous papers in various medical journals and Trans, 
State Medical Society, 

Acting Assistant Surgeon U. S, A. in War of Rebellion, 1861-5, on 
in Government Hospitals at Cincinnati. O. 

Married 11 July 1848, Mary Louisa Stewart of Carthage, N. Y. 

Children — Mary E. 

Jennie C. Deceased. 
Carrie L (Robinson.) 
Edward S. (M.D.) 
Chari^ES B. 

Died II July 1896, at Lebanon, Ohio. 



1872 CHARLES EVERTS RIDER 

Born 26 May 1839 at New Haven, Vt. Educated at Oberlin Col 
Middlebur>' College, University at Giessen, Ecole de Medicine, Paris. IL: 
(University of Vermont) 1863. A.M. honoris causa (Rochester) 1866. ♦ 

Physician and surgeon at Rochester, N. Y. Professor of Ophthalmo! 
and Diseases of the Ear, 1872-80 ; Emeritus Professor same 1880-6. 

Married i860, Delia Wheelock. 

O/Vt/— Wheei^ock, born i June 1863. (No. 721.) 

Present residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

No report since 1887. 

1872 ♦HERVEY BACKUS WILBUR 

Born 18 Aug. 1820 at Wendell, Mass. Student at Dartmouth 
Amherst Colleges. A A*. A.B. (Amherst) 1838. Studied medicine at 
adelphia and Pittsfield, Mass. M.D. (Pittsfield Medical College) 1843. ^ 

Practiced medicine at Lowell, Dana and Barre, Mass, 1843-8. In iS^ 
opene<l a private school for idiots at Barre. Mass. In charge of New YodlC 
State Asylum for Idiots, Syracuse, N. Y., 1851-83. 

Was President of National Association for Protection of the Insane. Pro<»^ 
fessor of the Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, College of Medt^ 
cine, 1872-6. Lecturer on Insanity, 1876-83. 



PACUI^TY OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY ; MBDICINB 165 

Poblished the following papers : ''Some Suggestions on the Principles 

Methods of Elementary Instruction;'* ''Object System of Instruc- 

;" "Aphasia;'' "Report Relating to the Management of the Insane 

iGieat Britain/' 1875; " The Classifications of Idiocy;'* "The Relation 

[Speech or Language to Idiocy ; " The " Annual Reports" of the Idiot 

for 30 years ; " Chemical Restraint ; " The article on " Idiocy " in 

t'j Encyclopedia ; " Materialism in its Relation to the Causes, Con- 

ind Treatment of Insanity," 1871. 

(I) April 1847, Harriet Holden. (2) 13 Aug. 1874, Emily 
of Skaneateles, N. Y. 
Qaldren — Annie T., born 18 April 1848 ; died 27 Nov. 1871. 
Bessib B., born 15 Jan. 1852 ; died 19 Jan. 1880. 
Charles H., born ii Nov. 1853. 
Harry A., bom 27 March 1861. 
Hervey B., born 25 Aug. 1876. 
Fred P., bom 29 Oct. 1879. 
Died I May 1S83 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

* 

T^n JOHN JACKSON BROWN 1873 

ftofesBor of Chemistry. (See Faculty Record, College Liberal Arts.) 

1873 J. V. P. QUACKENBUSH 1873 

Professor of Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Children. 

l iSp JOHN VAN DUYN 

Bora 24 July 1843 at Kingston, N. J. A.B. (Princeton) 1862. A.M. 
1865. Studied under William J. Lytle, M.D., of Princeton, 
J. M.D. (Kentucky School of Medicine) 1865. 

MrdicTil Cadet, Acting Assistant Surgeon U. S. Army, and Assistant Sur- 

U. S. Vols., 1862-5. Assistant Superintendent of New York Asylum 

Idiots, 1868. Practicing Physician and Surgeon at Syracuse, N. Y., 

1869. Professor of Histology, College of Medicine, 1872-3 ; of 

ly, 1873-80 ; of Ophthalmology and Otology, 1880-86 ; of Operative 

Clinical Surgery, 1886-8 ; of Surgery, since 1888. Registrar of College 

Ifedicine, 1872-4. 

Hts published translation of Wagner *s " Manual of General Pathology ;** 
and minor papers before medical societies and for medical 

Health officer in Syracuse, N. Y., from ? to ? 

Married i Dec. 1869, Sarah A. Faulks of Elizabeth, N. J. 

Ckildren — Sarah, bom 28 Sept. 1870 ; died same day. 

Edward Seguin, bom 20 Aug. 1872. (No. 1512.) 

GerTrudb. born 25 March 1874. 

John, bom 29 Sept. 1876 ; died 27 Dec. 1880. 

W^ii.BUR, bora 19 July 1882. 
Residence, 318 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



l64 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVB&SITY ; MKDICINB 

1872 855. ♦ JOSEPH PATTERSON DUNLAP i 

Bom 21 Jan. 1816 in Montgomery Co., N. Y. Educated at Gouvem 

Academy. Medical preceptors, Dr. Parsons of Black River, N. Y., i 

Dr. Abram Haven of Syracuse, N. Y. M.D. (Geneva Medical College) iC 

Physician at Millport, N. Y., 1842-5 ; Syracuse, N. Y., 1845-96. Profet 

of Clinical Medicine, College of Medicine, 1872-3. 

President of Onondaga County Medical Society. 

Married (i) 16 Nov. 1842, Cynthia Kimball of Burr's Mills, N. Y., 1 
died 3 Dec. 1843 ; (2) 3 May 1848, Harriet Allen of I.ebanon, N. H., n 
died 7 Jan. 1884. 
Children — Allen K., born 14 April 1851 ; died i July 185 1. 

WiLUAM Herbert, born 24 June 1853. (No. 260.) 
JrUA Cynthia, born 27 May 1855 ; died 28 Aug. 1859. 
Howard Merriam, born 23 Aug. 1859 ; died 28 Nov. 1859. 
Irving Hali,, bom 26 Feb. 1862. 
Died 29 Mar. 1896 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

1872 * ROGER WILLIAMS PEASE X 

Bom 31 May 1828 at Conway, Mass. Educated at Cazenovia Semia 
and Geneva Medical College. M.D. (Geneva) 1848. 

Commenced practice at Solon, N. Y., 1849. Soon removed to Liverpi 
N. Y., and Syracuse, N. Y. Professor of Clinical Surgery, College of M< 
cine, 187 1-6 ; of Operative and Clinical Surgery, 1876-86. 

Surgeon of 12th N. Y. Infantry. Connected with Medical Departxn 
of Army of Potomac for over four years, participating in many no 
engagements and organizing many hospitals. 

Married 26 Jan. 1858, Hannah Fuller of Skaneateles, N. Y. 
Children — Frank \Vii,uams, born 21 Jan. 1859 ; died 13 Aug. 1859. 
Henry Hai,e, bora 26 April i860. (No. 631.) 
Amelia Fowi^er, born 17 Dec. 1861. 
Mary Lydia, bom 20 Nov. 1864. 
Died 28 May 1886, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

1872 ALFRED MERCER 

Bora 14 Nov. 1820 at High Halden, Kent, England. Emigrated 
America, 1832. Educated at Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. 
Medical preceptor, John F. Whitbeck of Lima, N. Y. M.D. (Geneva Ml 
ical College) 1845. Graduate Student in the Hospitals of London and 
Paris, parts of 1846 and 7. 

Physician at Milwaukee, Wis., 1847; at Rush, N. Y., 1848; at Ui 
N. Y., 1849-50: at Geneseo, N. Y., 185 1 -2 : at S3rracuse, N. Y., since 
June 1853. Professor of Minor and Clinical Surgery, College of Medici 
Syracuse University, 1872^4. Professor of State Medicine, 1884-95. En 
itus Professor of State Medicine, since 1895. Consulting Surgeon to Ho 
of the Good Shepherd, and Member of Consulting StafF of Dispensary. 

Health officer of city of Syracuse, six terms. Member of Ameiii 



FACUI.TV OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY ; MBDICINB 165 

Health Association. Of Board of Health of State of New York, 
of the S3rracuse City Board of Health, 1882-9. President Syra- 
ity Medical Society and Onondaga Connty Medical Society and 
^jrracnse Academy of Medicine. Vice-President Medical Society of 
It of New York, 1889. Treasurer of the Medical Society of Central 
brk since its organization in 1867. Surgeon to House of the Good 
erd, 1S75-89- Member of the American Medical Association ; of the 
1 Medical Association ; of the Medical Society of the State of New York. 
published ** Letters from London," Buffalo Medical Journal^ 1846; 
::al Dislocations,*' and ** Consecutive and Muscular Affections of the 
Idtr Joint,** ibid. 1859 ; •• The Relations of General (scientific medicine) 
Kcidland Specific Modes of Medication," ibid. 1873; " Claims of the 
bl Department of the Syracuse University," an address read before a 
icil in the interests of the Syracuse University, Boston Medical and 
T*^ Journal, 1879; '* Alumni Address delivered before the Alumni 
Kialion of the College of Medicine, Syracuse University, 14 June 1883,'* 
ifUrt. 1883, and other papers and addresses published in Xeu* y'ork 
^Journal, AVrt' y'ork Medical Times ^ \eu* Vork Medical Record 
ITitti. AVr*' }'ork State Medical Society. 

•■ned (I) 7 Nov. 1848, Delia Lamphier of Lima, N. Y., who died 14 Feb. 
*:u J5 July 1S88, Mrs. Esther A. Esty of Ithaca, N. Y. 
SWfrt—ELiZA, bom 24 Aug. 1850; died 19 March 1855. 

A. Clifford, bom 5 July 1855. (No. 396.) 

Ch.vrlbs Dobeix, bom 7 April 1858 ; died 22 Mar. 1884. 

Prbmont, bom i Aug. 1862 ; died 11 Jan. 1874. 

Mary, bom i Sept. 1866 ; died 18 Jan. 1869. 

Ina, born 7 Oct. 1870. (Rice ; No. 1079.) 
^•fejce, 324 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

3 ♦ JOHN OTIS BURT 1879 

'■»27 .\pril 1835 at Syracuse, N. Y. A A*. A.B. (Harvard) 1858. 
*rf Qoder Professors Jeffries Wyman and John C. Dalton. M.D. 
i^of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia College) 1864. 
V"aan at Syracuse, N. Y. Professor of Materia Medica, College of 
^■■e, 1872-4 ; of the Diseases of Children and Dermatology, 1874-7 • o^ 
*rii Medica and Therapeutics, 1877-9 ; of Diseases of Children and 
<iBd Chemistry, 1872-9. 

k*«ed at private in 9th New York Vols., April 1861. Transferred to 
"I Department of the Navy as Assistant Surgeon, commission dated 
My 1861. Served on Frigate Colorado in Farragut's squadron, and later 
fciisippi squadron under Admiral Porter until resignation, Nov. 1863. 
fcnied 25 Feb. 1864, Helen Narcissa Moulton of Marcy, N. Y. 
*Wr«— Arthur T., bora 17 Dec. 1864. 

Aarom Moui«ton, bora i May 1866. 

JOHH Otis, Jr., bora 16 May 1869. 
W 21 April 1894. 



l66 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 

1872 ♦ WILFRED WICKLIFFE PORTER 18 

Born 24 July 1826 at Fayston, Vt. Educated at Montpelier and Baka 
^eld Academies. Medical preceptor, Dr. G. M. Brigham, of Waitsfield, \ 
M.D. (Vermont Medical College) 1851. 

Principal of public school, Geddes, N. Y., 1852-3. Commenced pracd 
of medicine, 16 May 1853, at Geddes, and in Syracuse in 1875. Professor 
Clinical Midwifer}*^ and Diseases of Women and Children, College of Hit 
cine, 1872-4 ; of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1874-85. 

Trustee of Syracuse University, 1872-85. President Onondaga Cona 
Medical Society. President Board of Trustees of Geddes Union ft 
Schools, 1856-77. 

Married 13 Nov. 1853, Jane Draper of Geddes, N. Y. 
C/ii/drefi—ChA'RA Adkua, bom 30 Oct. 1855. (Miller ; Ex. '80.) 
George D., bom 11 Nov. 1858 ; died 8 Feb. 1866. 
Wilfred W., born 25 Dec. 1863. (No. 774.) 
Jane Maria, bom 18 May 1867. 
Louis D., born 18 April 1869. 
Died 2 June 1885 at Geddes, N. Y. 

1872 ♦WILLIAM TOMLINSON PLANT 18 

Born 27 July 1836 at Marcellus, N. Y. Studied under Israel Parsor 
M.D. M.D. ( University of Michigan) 1861. 

Began the practice of medicine with Dr. Solomon Peck of Ithaca, N, * 
Removed to Susquehanna Depot, Pa., where he edited '* T/t^ Nortktf 
Pennsylvafnaftj'^' practicing at same time. 

Physician, one year, at Chittenango, N. Y., since then at Syracuse, N,* 
Surgeon, Assistant and Passed Assistant in V. S. Navy, 1861-5. Tot 
part in first naval attack on Charleston, S. C, 7 April 1863. On board U«? 
S. Housatonic, blown up by a torpedo boat outside of Charleston b«r; 
Feb. 1864. In charge of small-pox hospital ship in South Atlantic blod 
ading squadron, 1864. Member of the Medical Staff, House of the Gof 
Shepherd, 1875-95. Chairman of College Dispensary, 1875. Vice-Presidsi 
Onondaga Medical Society, 1878 ; President, 1879. City Physician, tlj 

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, College of Medicine, 1872-3; | 
Clinical Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence, 1873-6 ; of Clinical and P« 
ensic Medicine, 1876-9 ; of Diseases of Children and Forensic Mediciv 
1879-86 ; of Pediatrics, 1886-95. Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics, 1899^ 
Registrar of College of Medicine, 1874-88. 

Has published, "The Future of Medicine;" contributed several artsd 
to *' Keating's Cyclopaedia of the Diseases of Children.'* One of t] 
editorial staff of *' Archives of Pediatrics," and a frequent contributor. 

Married 9 May 1866, Frances C. Walrath of Chittenango, N. Y. 

Chiid—'ioui!^ Wai,rath, born 3 Sept. 1868. 

Died 27 Oct. 1898 at Syracuse, N. Y. 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MBDICINB 167 

•JOHN W. LAWTON 1874 

*iits60T of Clinical Ophthalmology and Diseases of the Ear, 1872-4. 
led 3 June 1874 at Syracuse. X. Y. 

i WILLIAM MANLIUS SMITH 

ion 26 Sept. 1823 at Manilas, N. Y. His parents, Azariah and Zilpah 
slh, were from Middlefield, Mass. Educated at Manlius Academy. 
L ' Yale t 1844, A. M. ( Yale) 1847. Member of Scroll and Key, ♦ B K. 
&al preceptors were Dr. William Tully of New Haven, Conn, and Dr. 
ia March of .Albany, N. Y. Student in Albany Medical College, 1844-5. 
15. rniversity of Pennsylvania) 1849. 

fttiician at Syracuse, N. Y. 1849-51 ; at Manlius, N. Y., 1851-72. Pro- 
SBfof Pharmacy, New York College of Pharmacy, 1872-3. Has followed 
teca^ pursuits since 1S75. Physician to Sing iing Prison, 1874-5. Pro- 
*r -J B^^iany and Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica last term of 
^ 2s substitute for Dr. Stevens), College of Medicine ; of Medical 
icistry and Botany, 1877-90; of Chemistry since 1890. Secretary' of 
» Yc:k State Medical Society from 1877. 

W>)i$hed ** Toxicol ogical Contributions" in Jratis. New York State 
KiH.'.Sii, ?Wr, 1864 ; "Unofficinal Iodides.'* «^/^. 1865; "Coniuni macu- 
la. /ft/«/. 1869: ** Biographical Sketch of Dr. Wm. Taylor of Manlius, 
v.. j*.'^. 1S67. 

arlv in his medical practice in Syracuse, cases of suspected poisoning 
ebnioght to him, mostly of domestic animals. In 1857-8, at the sug- 
in of fellow members of the Onondaga Medical Society, the District 
(lev of Onondaga county entrusted him with the chemical examination 
!% Tisscera of Mr. Rosa of Skaneateles, who was shown to have died of 
ska! priisoning. Since that time he has been employed by the Coroner 
Bondaga, Cortland, Madison, Broome, Chemung, Tioga, Oneida, Oswego 
Wayne counties, in cases of real and suspected poisoning — the investi- 
ns averaging at least one a year for the past forty years. In the 
hsjy case in Cortland county, a report of which was published by 
-G. F. Barker in American Journal 0/ Medical Sciences (1864, Vol. 
.399et. seq.) he successfully applied the process of dialysis to extract 
dntne from the liver, which, so far as is known, had not before been 
e. 

1 1S50, his attention was called by students in the Syracuse Medical 
Icfe (a short-lived Eclectic institution) to Podophyllin.as their professors 
ed it, greatly extolling its virtues. He therefore worked out a process 
Qibuining what is now known as Resina Podophylli, an account of which 
{we in a letter to Prof. Geo. B. Wood of the University of Pennsylvania, 
>pnblished it in the American Journal of Phannacy by which means 
Iter found its way into the U. S. Dispensatory. See Podophyllum, 
^tblyalsoto his calling the attention of Dr. Squibb to the superiority of 
oaripe fruits of Conium Maculatum over the leaves of that plant, the 
i extract of Conium seed was introduced into the U. S. Pharmacopceia. 



l68 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 

He also early prepared Nitrite of Amyl and induced Dr. Squibb to i 
trial of it on his own person, which resulted in the Doctor's engaging 
manufacture and its subsequent introduction into American medical pi 
Married 6 Aug. 1847, Frances L. Hall of New Haven, Conn. 
Children — Dui.i,ES, bom 17 May 1848 ; died Sept. 1849. 

Mary, bom Oct. 1850 ; died March 1859. 

ZiLPHA, bom 4 Aug. 1852. 

Harriet, bom 4 Nov. 1854. 

AzARiAH, bom 7 Aug. 1856; died 23 Feb. 1887. 

Aui,us, bom 18 July 1858. 

Wai^TER S., born 7 Feb. i860; died 11 Dec. 1888. 

Newton C, bom 21 Aug. 1862. 

Ai,i,EN M., born 26 June 1864. 

Clara, born' 5 Feb. 1866. 

Louisa, born 18 July 1868. 

Ludlow H., born 7 Aug. 1870. 
Residence, 8 Clinton Block, Syracuse, N. Y. 



1879 GEORGE REUBEN METCALF 

Bora 17 Dec. 1848 at Brattleboro, Vt. SkT. A.B. (Amherst) 
A.M. (same) 1875. Student under Dr. Rufus P. Lincoln of New 
M.D. (Columbia) 1874. 

House physician at Bellevue Hospital. 1874-5. Instructor in > 
Medica etc.. College of Medicine, 1877-9. Professor of Material 
Therapeutics and Clinical Medicine, 1879-82. Physician at S3rracu8e, 
1875-81 ; New York. N. Y., 1882-3 ; St. Paul, Minn, since 1883. 

Married 21 Oct. 1875, Julia Bowen French of Mexico, N. Y. 

Child — George Putnam, bom 29 Nov. 1876. (Harvard, '98.) 

Residence, no W. 4th St., St. Paul, Minn. 



1880 J. GILBERT JUSTIN 

Born 12 Sept. 1852 at Richmond, N. Y. Student under Dr. 
Hartshome of Philadelphia, Pa. M.D. (University of Pennsylvania 
Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania) 1876. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y. since 1875. Instructor in Chemistry, \i 
Lecturer on Forensic Medicine, 1879-80. Professor of Forensic Me 
1880-84. 
Married 19 May 1880, Helen DeWitt of Belleville, N. J. 
Childrvn^Joni, DeWitt, born 13 Sept. 1881. 
Jennie E., bom 30 April 1883. 
Ira HaTFiei*d, bom 25 April 1885. 
Warren L., born 28 Jime 1892. 
Residence, S3rracuse, N. Y. 



OKph's Hospital, 1882-7. U. S. Pension Exaiiiinitlg Surgeon, 1883-93. 
itn .American Physiological Society ; the .American Microscopical SocU 
Ihe Onondaga Medical Society ; the Syracuse Academy of Medicine. 
■ piAIished, "Ueber Gleichgenrichlsphanoniene in gewisaen Crusla- 
\~Ccnlralblail /iir Physiolo-ie, 29 Dec. 1894; " On the Relation of the 
Ttslo Equilibrium Phenomena in Gelasimus Pugilator and Platyoni- 
ottllalus," Journal of Physiology Vol. lix, No. 4: "The Equilib~ 
Fonction of the Ear," Transadions .\'eiv York Slate Medical Siiciely, 

mtd ij June 1881, Jessie H. Suydatn of Baldwins»ille, N. Y. 
*l*nce. 619 West Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

•WILLIAM HERBERT DVNLAP 1895 

» K June 1853 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, at Syra- 
'nifetMty, 1871-5. A K E. B.S. M.D. (Syracuse) 187S. 
latat Harvard University, Medical Department, 187S-.9. Physician 
tense. Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics, College of 
ine. iS8a-3. Lecturer on same, 1883-4. Professor of same, 1884-7. 
HT of Dermatology, 18S7-95. Registrar of the College of Medicine. 

lent in Dermatology at Vienna and Hamburg, 1886-8. Secretary of 
vtnutological Section of the American Medical Association and 
of one of the leading papers. 1893, Physician to Onondaga 
B .Asylum. House of the Good Shepherd, St. Joseph's Hospital and 
n's and Children's Hospital. Dermatologist of the Syracuse Free 

ried 9 June 1880, Mary D. Thnrber of West Lebanon, N. H. 
^— .Allrnb Pattrrson, born 19 Feb. 1883 ; died 27 .Apr. 1886. 
1 II Nov. 1895, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

JOHN LORENZO HEFFRON 



lyo FACUI^TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; MBDICINB 

1895. Physician to St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, 1882-7. Consultia 
Physician to Women's and Children's Hospital since 1888. Physician t 
House of the Good Shepherd since 1894. 

Member Syracuse Medical Society; Onondaga Medical Society (lui 
been President of both). Chapter member Syracuse Academy of Medidnfl 
Member New York State Medical Society ; American Academy C 
Medicine ; American Public Health Association ; American ClimatolO|^ 
cal Association. 

Alumni Trustee, Syracuse University, since 1895. 

Has published " Physical Culture in Colleges ;" ** Modern Treatment a 
Tubercular Phthisis;" "The High-School and the Health of our Girli^ 
** Sewer Gas in our Homes ;" " The Treatment of Diphtheria ;" *' A Stn^; 
of the Medical Aspect of cases of Appendicitis ;" *' Some Effects of Inftc 
enza on the Heart;" "Shall the State undertake to limit the Spread C 
Tuberculosis?" 

Married 13 Aug. 1881, Marie Antoinette Marcher (Vassar, '73) of Nc" 
York, N. Y. 

Children — Marian, born 2 Apr. 1887. 
Emiwe, bom 29 Nov. 1888. 
John Marcher, bom 4 Feb. 1891. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1886 HENRY BIGELOW ALLEN 

Born 12 Sept. 1843 at Baldwinsville. N. Y. Studied under Dr. J. 1 
Shumway. M.D. (Bellevue Medical College) 1866. 

Attended lectures, 1866-7. Physician at St. Louis, Mo., 1867-8; 1 
Euclid, N. Y., 1869-70; at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 1870-92 ; at Syncotl 
N.Y., since 1893. 

Hospital Steward, 149th Regt. N. Y. Vols. President Onondaga Confl^ 
Medical Society, 1886. Member American Medical Association since 1880 
Lecturer on Obstetrics, College of Medicine, 1885-6. Professor of ObsM 
rics since 1886. In charge of Helena and Livingston Smelting and Redac 
tion Co. Hospital at Wickes, Mont., 1892-3. Obstetrician at House of til 
Good Shepherd. Member Syracuse Academy of Medicine. 

Married 15 June 1870, Julia C. Smith. 

C/iJld— J AMZS HowLAND, born 21 Nov. 187 1 ; died 3 July 1894 at HeleM 
Mont. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1886 ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 

Brother of No. X079 

Born 5 July 1855 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1875-8. M.I 
(Syracuse). 

Graduate student at St. Thomas' Hospital, London, 1878-80, serving a 
clinical clerk to Drs. Murchison, Bristowe, Harley, Greenfield and PailM 
and surgical dresser to Messrs. Croft and Clutton. Physician at Sytacui 
N. Y., since 1880. Student at, and holding clinical appointments in tfa 



:il Awociation, 1.S83. Health officer of Syracuse, 1H83-S. President 
itu Microscopical Society, 1S96. Member of the Medical Staff of 
k«e of the Good Shepherd Hospital. Physician to the Children's 
■■af the Women'smnd Children's Hospital. President of the Staff 
iSl^ncnfe Free Dispensar]'. Honorary tnember Syracuse Botanical 

I published contributions to the J/rfi/tca^^i'atrY/, New York, as folio wb : 
itwacase of "Latent Scarlatina," 31 Dec. 1878; Report of a clinical 
ft by Dr. Chas. Murcbieon, LL.D., F.R.S., on " Sodium Salicylate in 
Bidsin and other Fevers," 5 Apr. 1878; Report of a clinical lecture 
' Vnrchison " On the Causes of Puii in the Urine and on their Differ- 
Cbaiacters" (the last clinical lecture delivered by Dr. Murchison), 
,'■1879; "A Case of Ulcerated Endocarditis after Rheumatic Fever" 
conments by Dr. JohnSyer HriBtowe, F.R.S.), 10 Jan. 1880; "Myxoe- 
" an illustrated paper read before the Syracuse Medical Association. 
f. 1881. A microscopical contribution to "Tubercular Disease of 
"(first practical microscopical work contributed to the subject in 
■d). Transactions of the Mkohgiatl Society, London. 1881, Vol. 
p. 175. Contributions to " How lo work with the Microscope," by 
DoelS. Beats, F.R.S., President of the Royal Microscopical Society, 
Edition. London, i88o. as follows : " Works and Memoirs on Photog- 
■iapplied to the Microscope," p. 484, ft seq., and revision of " Part 
Taking Photographs of Microscopic Objects" illustrated, p. 364, 

Contributions to the Proceedingiof the American Society of Micros- 

" Stereoscopic Effects obtained by the Hif^h-Pover .Arrangement 

•ell and Leland," i88j, "The Syracuse Solid Watch-Glaas,'* 

■ted. 1884. "'Photomicrograph' versus 'Micropholograph,' " 

iTbis paper is recognized as authority in the definition of the!<e 
io the Century Dictionary.) "Stereoscopic Vision with Non-stereo- 

Binocular Arrangementa," an illustrated editorial on Dr. Mercer's 
■n of a difficulty in microscopic optics which bad " perplexed many 
Konista " and had " hitherto remained unexplained," Journal of the 



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172 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; MEDICINE 

Medical Association of Central New York, The Medical NewSy Philade 
7 July 1883. First Annual Report of the Board of Healthy Syracuse, 1 
illustrated, 1884. Second Annual Report of the Board of Health, Syr 
N, y,j illustrated, 1885. ''Photomicrography,*' an editorial descript 
Dr. Mercer's apparatus for photographing microscopic objects, The B 
Journal of Photography ^ London, 9 Nov. 1883; "The Value of I 
micrography in Cases of Forgery," an editorial on specimens of work 
by Dr. Mercer, ibid. 27 Nov. 1885. "The Indebtedness of Photograp 
Microscopy," The Photographic Times Almanac, New York, 1887. "i 
nomical Photography with Photoraicrographic Apparatus" and 
Experimental Study of Aperture as a Factor in Microscopic Vij 
(a presidential address ) , Transactions of the A merican Microscopical So 
1896. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1886 HENRY L. ELSNER 

Born 15 Aug. 1855 at Syracuse, N. Y. Studied under Prof. Francis 
field of New York city. M.D. (New York College Physicians and Surj 
1877. Continued studies at Vienna, Austria. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1878. Instructor in Practi 
Medicine, College of Medicine, 1882-4. Lecturer on same, 1884-6. 
fessor of Clinical Medicine, 1886-92 ; of the Science and Art of Me< 
and Clinical Medicine since 1892. President of Syracuse Medical So 
1884-5. Ex-President of Onondaga County Medical Society. Ex-Prei 
of. Central New York Medical Society. Ex-Vice-President of New 
State Medical Society. Vice-President of Syracuse Academy of Med 
Ex- President Syracuse Medical Association. Member of the Am< 
Climatological Association. 

Has published "Transitory Aphasia;" "Incipient stage of Tube 
Meningitis;" "The recognition and medico-legal aspect of Hyst 
Paralysis ;" "Typhoid Fever as seen in Central N. Y.;" " The treatm 
night sweats of Phthisis ;" " Intubation of Larynx ;" "The Bacillary T 
of Phthisis;" "Caffeine and Opium in Collapses ;" "The Clinica 
nificance of Vertigo ;" " Early Diagnosis of Tubercular Meningitis in 
dren ;" "Perforation of Typhoid Ulcer, with Adhesive and Prot 
Peritonitis;" "On the Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Septic F 
nitis ;" " On the Clinical and Bacteriological Aspect of Mixed or Cc 
rent Infection in Pulmonary Tuberculosis ;" " On the Clinical Value < 
Centrifuge ;" "On the Practical Value of the Newer Methods of Exa 
tion in the Diseases of the Stomach;" "Clinical Report showin; 
Tolerance of the Peritonaeum and Nature's Kindness to the Surgi 
"The Pathological Factors of Neurasthenia;" "Serious Heart L< 
without Well-Marked Continuous Physical Signs;" "Erythrome 
associated with Raynaud's Disease;" "On the Advances in Me< 
During the Past Twenty Years;" "Some of the Vagaries of Cro 
Pneumonia, as Seen in Central New York ;" " The Vagaries and Wj 



FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVKRSlTy ; MBDICINB I73 

M Gall-Stones, with Clinical Reports;*' •»Ueber Diat Bei Dyspepti- 
rn;" "Fistula in Ano and Tuberculosis of the Ischiorectal Fossa." 
ianiedsJan. 1881, Pauline Rosenberg of Rochester, N. Y. 

3iitf— Henry L., bom 

Kaidence, Fayette Park, S>Tacuse, N. Y. 

» DAVID MAYDOLE TOTMAN 

hn iS Oct 1848, at Freetown, N. Y. Student from Norwich, N. Y., 

\^ M.D. (Syracuse). A, B. (Yale) 1872. A A*. 

ftyadan nt Syracuse, N. Y., since 1876. Instructor in Physiology, Col- 

petf Medicine, 1876-81. Lecturer on Physiology, 1881-6. Lecturer on 

■blSurgerv-, 1886-8. Professor of Clinical Surgery since 1888. Regis- 

». College of Medicine, since 1893. 

Bowe Physician and Surgeon St. Joseph's Hospital, 1876-81. Surgeon 

St Joseph's Hospital since 1881. Was appointed Assistant Surgeon 

tioBal Guard, N. Y. S., by Governor Cleveland in 1883. Surgeon of 

iet. 1886-97. Surgeon Syracuse Fire De|>artment since 1894. Physician to 

■diga Penitentiary, 1883-4. Secretary of Onondaga Medical Society, 

^3. President same, 1887. Health Officer, Syracuse, 1889-95. Presi- 

Srncuse Academy of Medicine, 1898. 

■ presented papers on various surgical and medical subjects in the fol- 

tg societies : New York State Medical Society, New York State Medi- 

aociation, Onondaga Medical Society, Syracuse Medical Association, 

use Academy of Medicine, Cayuga Medical Society, Cortland Medical 

It, Chenango Medical Society. 

fried 18 May 1881, Mary Emily Johnson of Fredonia, N. Y. 

Urrrt — Emily Murray, born 27 Mar. 1882. 

Margarbt Louisa, bom 13 Apr. 1884. 

Katharine M., born 16 Mar. 1889. Deceased. 

, bom II Apr. 1891. 

JosEPHiNK, bora 15 Dec. 1894. 

Harold Mavdole, bora 10 Oct. 1896. 
odence, 503 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

FRANK WILLIAM MARLOW 

re 2 July 1858 at Abingdon, Berkshire, England. Educated at King 
id's Grammar School, Wantage, Berkshire. Studied at St. Thomas* 
■tal, London. M. R. C. S. (London) 1880. M.D. (Syracuse) 1885. 
lident Clinical Assistant at Bethlehem Royal Hospital, 1 880-1. House 
wm and afterward House Physician to St. Thomas' Hospital, London, 
-2. Hoose Surgeon to Victoria Hospital, 1882. Ophthalmic Assistant 
t. Thomas* Hospital, and Clinical Assistant at Royal London Ophthal- 
Hospital, Moorfield, 1882-4. Ophthalmologist to House of Good Shep- 
I, Women's and Children's Hospital, SUte Institution for Feeble-minded 
Idren, Syracuse Free Dispensary, Onondaga County Orphan Asylum, 



174 FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINB 

and one of the Oculists to the Public Schools, all of S3rracuse» 
Engaged in Ophthalmic and Aural Practice in Syracuse, N. Y., since 
Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology, 1886-7. Lecturer in same, i< 
Professor of same 1888-93. Professor of Ophthalmology since 
Member of Ophthalmological Society of the United Kingdom ; 
American Ophthalmologic Society ; of the New York State Medical 
ety, etc.; of Royal College of Surgeons of England (M. R. C S. E) 
Licentiate of Society of Apothecaries of London (L- S. A.) 1880. 

Has published the following papers in medical journals : ' * The Re 
Importance of the Different Forms of Refractive and Muscular Error i 
Causation of Headache; " " The Position of Rest as a Cause of Strabism 
" Temporary Hypernepropic Astigrmatism following Measles ; ** •* Ren 
on Heterophoria and its Treatment : " " The Errors of Refraction in a i 
of two thousand Eyes ; " " Clinical Reports of Central Lesions with 
Symptoms," etc.; *' A Case of Epilepsy and Migraine apparently depei 
upon Eye-strain;" "Panophthalmitis following Catheterization," 
** Two Unusual Cases of Strabismus ; " '* Report of Ophthalmic Depart 
of St. Thomas' Hospital," etc., etc. 
Married 24 Sept. 1889, Laura Bisset Mills of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Sbarl Bisset. born 18 Apr. 1891. 

John Mills, born 11 Aug. 1892. 

Juliet, bom 17 Jan. 1894. 

Gertrude Honor, born 16 May 1897. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1889 NATHAN JACOBSON 

Born 26 June 1857 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from S3rracuse, li 
M.D. (Syracuse). Graduate Student at AUgemeines Krankenhaus, Vi 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1878. Instructor in Surgery, li 
Instructor in Laryngology, 1887-8. Lecturer on Laryngology and CI: 
Surgery, 1888-9. Professor of same, 1889-93. Professor of Clinical 
gery since 1893. Surgeon to St. Joseph's Hospital since 1882. 

Has published : ** Diagnosis and Treatment of Diphtheria," A''. K 
ical Record,'' 1880; "Tracheotomy for Removal of Foreign Body 
Right Bronchus," ibid, 1882; "Nasal Catarrh," Gaillard's Med, Jot 
1885 ; " Naso-pharyngeal Tumor of large Size," and " Remarks upon 
ology of the Growth and its Removal after Preliminary Reaectii 
Superior Maxilla," Trans. N. V, State Med. Association^ 1886; **H< 
pathy and Medical Progress during present Century, "/<?«r. of Anier, 
Assoc. ^ 1890; "Recent Advance in the Radical Treatment of Hd 
Times and Register, 1890; "Some Cases of Joint Tuberculosis," 
Record, 1890 ; "The Converging Lines of Medical and Surgical Treatm 
Buffalo Med. and Surg. Jour., 1891 ; "Some Recent Cases of Appe 
tis," The Med. News, 1893; "The Domain of the Knife in Carcinc 
Annals of Surgery, 1893 ; " Four Recent Cases of Appendicitis consi 
in their Surgical Aspect," Med. Record, 1894 ; "The Treatment of ^ 



FACUI/TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 1 75 

[mt Tnmors in so-called Cancer Cure Institutions,*' Med, News^ 1896; 

'Ether Anesthesia, its History and Semi-Centennial Anniversary," Buffalo 

\MtLJour.^ 1896; "Tumors of the Male Breast," The Med, News, 1897 ; 

I'ACaic of Appendicitis with Unusual Sequelae," Buffalo Med. Jour., 1898. 

Married 3 Jan. 1883, Minnie Schwartz of Buffalo, N. Y. 

CWr(f»-£MMA May, bom 30 July 1884. 

Gerai«d Nathan, bom 5 July 1890. 
I«idcnce, Syracuse, N. Y. 

pf AARON BENJAMIN MILLER 

; lora 23 April 1859 at Steuben, N. Y. Educated at Whitestown Seminary. 
Itted under Dr. R. E. Sutton of Rome, N. Y. M.D. (University of 
^mfmA) 1882. N 2 N. 

, fclenie Univ. of Maryland Hospital. Resident Physician Bay View 

■ptil, Baltimore, Md. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1882. 

.i*nctor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1884-5. Instructor in Gynecol- 

^1885-91. Professor of same since 1891. Specialist in Diseases of 

''■en and Abdominal Surgery. Gynecologist to St. Joseph's Hospital, 

iwKof the Good Shepherd and the Free Dispensary, Syracuse. Member 

^iffican Medical Association ; of N. Y. State Medical Society ; of Syracuse 

^oissaj of Medicine. Fellow American Association of Obstetricians and 

GfMcoIogists. 

flis read |>a|>ers pertaining to Gynecology before American Assoc, of 
Gynecologists ; N. Y. State Med. Society, etc. 
Ifarricd 20 Dec. 1883, Clara A. Porter of Geddes, N. Y. 
Children — \Vii,FRED PoRTER, bom 27 Dec. 1885. 

Kathryn Gertrude, born i Feb. 1888. 
lenience, Syracuse, N. Y. 

^ ♦SCOTT OWEN 1899 

lonii3Nov. i862atClay,N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1880-3. M.D. 

f^UCBSC). 

Phtsician at Syracuse. Surgeon to St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse. 
iMIractor in Anatomy, College of Medicine, 1885-91. Lecturer on Anatomy, 
1l|i-i Professor of Anatomy since 1892. 

Kirried 26 Nov. 1885, Mary Lydia Pease of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Clilrf— Mary Lydia Pease, bom 2 May 1887. 

tted 2 Jan. 1899 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

[ % CHARLES WESLEY HARGITT 

JWeasor of Embryology. (Sec Professors. Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

%B REUBEN CALDWELL HANCHETT 

Wn 8 Mar. 1862 at Palermo, N. Y. Student from Palermo, 1881-4. 
JLD. (SyracQse). 
^hjsdanat St. Thomas' Hospital, London, 1884-5 ; at Syracuse, N. Y., 
May 1885. Instructor in Physiology, College of Medicine, 1885-8 ; in 



176 FACUI*TY OF SYRACUSS UNIVKRSITY ; BffBDICINB 

Materia Medica, 1888-90. Lecturer on Materia Medica, 1890-8. Pro 
of same since 1898. Physician to Dispensary, 1893-4 and 1897-8. S 
Commissioner i8th ward, Syracuse, N. Y., two years. 

Married (i) 17 June 1884, * Caroline Heid of Central Square, N 
(2) , Martha V. Skinner of Syracuse, N. Y. 

6"/r/A/— EWZABETH, horn 28 Jan. 1886. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



ADJUNCT PROFESSOR* 

1874 MILES GOODYEAR HYDE 

Born 12 June 1841 at Cortland, N. Y. Educated at Cortlandville . 
emy and Yale College. AKE. A.B. (Yale) 1865. A.M. (Yale). Sti 
with his father. Dr. Frederick Hyde, at Cortland. Principal of Acade: 
Moravia, N. Y., during part of 1866-7. M.D. (Geneva Med. Coll.) iS6i 

Physician at Cortland, N. Y., 1868-86. Residing at New York city 
1888. Demonstrator of Anatomy and Adjunct Professor of same, Colli 
Medicine, Syracuse University, 1872-8. 

President Cortland Co. Medical Society, 1876 and 1877. Delega 
American Med. Assoc., 1876. Delegate to N. Y. State Med. So 
Coroner of Cortland Co. Surgeon to Elmira, Cortland and Northc 
R. several years. 

Has published, '* On Lessening the Deformity in certain Fractures < 
Hand." 

Married 30 June 1870, Julia Elizabeth Boyd of Solon, N. Y. 

Children — Frbdrrick William, bom 15 Aug. 1872. 
Lavina HaThbwav, born 10 Mar. 1875. 

Residence, 335 W. 51st St., New York, N. Y. 

LECTURERS 

1876 HERVKY backus WILBUR 

(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1879 J. GILBERT JUSTIN 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1880 GAYLORD PARSONS CLARK 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1881 DAVID MAYDOLE TOTMAN 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 



* Althouf^h a considerable number of names appear in the minutes of the Trustees 
the title " Adjunct Professors," in the Medical Faculty, only one or two names so ap] 
the catalogue lists ; and in the confusion, it is thought best to follow the catalogues 
titles in the College of Medicine are chiefly Professor, Lecturer, Instructor and E 
■trator. 



FACULTY OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY ; MBDICINB If7 

ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 1886 

Professors, ColL Med.) 

WILLIAM HERBERT DUNLAP 1884 

Professors, Coll. Med.) 

MARTIN AUGUSTINE KNAPP 1891 

n 6 Nov. 1843 at Spaflford, Onondaga Co., N. Y. ♦ N 8. A.B. (Wes- 
1S68. A.M. (W-esleyan) 1871. A.M. (Syracuse) 1876. LL.D. (We»- 
■ 1S92. 

^er at Syracuse, N. Y. City Attorney, 1877-83. Lecturer on 
isic Medicine, 1884-91. Appointed Interstate Commerce Commis- 
r by President Harrison, 1891 ; re-appointed by President Cleveland, 
; elected Chairman of the Commission, 1898. 
rried 29 Dec. 1869, Marian Hotchkiss of Middletown, Ct. 
adcnce, S3rTacuse, N. Y. 

HENRY L. ELSNER 1886 

c Professors, Coll. Med. ) 

JOHN LORENZO HEFFRON 1885 

« Professors, Coll. Med.) 

HENRY BIGELOW ALLEN 1886 

e Professors, Coll. Med.) 

FRANK WILLIAM MARLOW 1888 

Professors, Coll. Med.) 

NATHAN JACOBSON 1889 

Professors, Coll. Med. ) 

ARTHUR BACON BREESE 1891 

1 26 Mar. 1858 at Oneida, N. Y. M.D. 'College Physicians and Sur- 

N. Y.) 1881. 

harity Hospital, New York city, 1881-3. Physician at Syracuse since 

Instructor in Practice of Medicine, and Curator,College of Medicine, 

; Instructor in Histology, Curator and Librarian, 1887-8. Lecturer on 

>g>-. 1888-91. 

ied 25 June 1884, Rebecca Phelps Merriman. 

dence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

♦HORACE D. BABCOCK 1890 

1 12 May 1854 at Pabius, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
. M.D. (Syracuse). 

sician at Syracuse, N. Y., 1878-81 and 1886-95 ; at South Toledo, O., 
>. Instmctor in Anatomy, College of Medicine, 1879-80. Professor of 



1^8 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; MEDICINE 

Pathological Anatomy in N. W. Ohio Medical College, Toledo, O., i8i 
Instructor in Physiology, 1887-8. Lecturer on Physiology, 1888-90. 

Married 15 Aug. 1883, Elizabeth A. Cummins of South Toledo, O. 

Died 24 Mar. 1895. 

1888 JAMES CARLTON CARSON 

Bom 23 Jan. 1847 in the town of Seneca, N. Y. Studied under Matt 
R. Carson, M.D., of Canandaigua, N. Y., and Jonas Jones, M.D., City J 
pital, Rochester, N. Y. Educated at Canandaigua Academy. I 
(Bellevue Hospital, Medical College) 1870. 

Assistant physician Brigham Hall, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1870; assis 
physician Willard State Hospital 1870-83. Superintendent New York 5 
Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, 1883-4. Superii 
dent Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children since ] 
Lecturer on Mental Diseases, College of Medicine, since 1888. 

President of Seneca County Medical Society, 1880. President Associfi 
Medical Officers, American Institutions for the Idiotic and Feeble-Min 
1889. Chairman Committee on "The Prevention of Feeble-Minded 
from a Legal and Moral Standpoint,*' National Conference of Chat 
and Correction, New York city, 1898. 

Has published address as President Association of Medical Officer 
American Institutions for the Idiotic and Feeble-Minded, 1889 ; on " 
Importance of a High Grade of Physical Health in Feeble-Minded Inm 
of Public Institutions with a View to Their Right Development, an^ 
Best Method of Securing Such Health," as read at the Annual Mee 
American Social Science Association, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1897 ; I 
tion Annual Reports 1883-98 (New York State Public Documents) and m 
papers. 

Married 30 Apr. 1874, Jane M. Smith of Geneva, N. Y. 

Children — Thomas Cari^ton, born 8 July, 1877. 

Robert Orton, bom 15 Apr., 1882 ; died 3 Dec. 1886. 
EwzABETH, bom 10 June, 1887. 

Residence, Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children, S 
cuse, N. Y. 

1890 LUCIEN MARCUS UNDERWOOD 

(See Professors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

1890 REUBEN CALDWELL HANCHETT 

(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1890 FREDERICK W. SEARS 

Born 19 Dec. 1858 at Homer, N. Y. Student from Pompey, N. Y., i8i 
M.D. (Syracuse). 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y. Physician at Onondaga Penitentiary, 
and 1890. Pathologist to St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, 1886-92. Instrv 



I 



FACui;ry op syracusb univbrsity; msdicinb 179 

■d LectnFer in Histology, College of Medicine, 1887-93. Lecturer on 
Obstetrics since 1893. Curator of College of Medicine, 1890-5. Surgeon to 
^ Vooen's and Children's Hospital. 

Married 7 June 1882, Jessie E. Pratt of Pompey Hill, N. Y. 
CkUdreH—}i xTHAS P., bom 8 Feb. 1886. 
Kathryn, bom 13 Dec. 1892. 
. Icsidence, 709 So. Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

<JI CEYLON H. LEWIS 1893 

Iflra 6 Dec. 1849 at Tully , N. Y. Student at Colgate University, 1869-73. 
AH A.B. ♦BK. A.M. 

Imer at Syracuse, N. Y., Dist. Att*y Onondaga Co., 1884, 5 and 6. 
IC^Vate to Constitutional Convention, New York, 1894. Lecturer on 
fcoBc Medicine, College of Medicine, 189C-3. Lecturer on Practice, 
Qft|e(tfLaw, since 1895. 

Ivried 6 July 1876, Jennie M. Heffron of Fabius, N. Y. 
CaUnen — Robert H., born 19 Jan. 1879. 
Edmund H., bom 30 Aug. 1884. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



^ ♦SCOTT OWEN 1892 

§itt Professors, Coll. Med.) 

dji GERVAS MILES WASSE 1892 

Bom 27 Mar. 1857 at Melbourne, England. M.D. (Syracuse) on exami- 
WJoo, 1890. M. R. S. C. (Eng.) 1880. L. S. A. (London) 1880. 

Plijacian at Baldwinsville, N. Y. Formerly Surgeon Superintendent of 
Ugration, New Zealand, Govt, service. Lecturer on Obstetrics, College 
^Medicine, 1891-2. 

Residence, Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

% WILLIAM HENRY MAY 

Born 1864 at Manlius, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1887- 

% M.D. (Syracuse). 

Gnduate student at N. Y. Polyclinic, 1890-1. Physician at Syracuse, N.Y. 
Uctnrerand Demonstrator in Anatomy and Bacteriology, College of Medi- 
Qie, 1892-3; Lecturer on Pathology and Bacteriology since 1893. Cura- 
te of the College of Medicine since 1896. Pathologist to House of the 
Good Shepherd ; to St Joseph** Hospital. City Bacteriologist. 

Married 19 Jan. 1893, Matilda E. Siefker of Syracuse, N. Y. 

CW(/r<Mi— Charles K., bom 17 Nov. 1893. 

Frank Hsnry, bom 19 Oct. 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



i8o 



FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MBDICimt 



1893 FRANK BYRON BROOKS 

Born 25 July 1855 at Taylor, N. Y. Student from Taylor, 1878-81. 
(Sjrracuse). 

Physician at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 1882-6 ; at S3rracuse, N. Y., since 
Instructor and Lecturer on Physiology, College of Medicine, 1888-97. 
Married 28 Nov. 1882, Bertha Boomer (No. 494) of Concord, Mass. 
Children— Twjt. Boomer, born 16 Oct. 1883 ; died 29 Jan. 1889. 
Elizabeth Ada, born 15 July 1888. 
Ella Louise, bom 18 June 1890. 
Residence, 206 Green St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1893 GEORGE MBRRIMAN PRICE 

Born 3 Mar. 1865 at Liverpool, N. Y. Student from Liverpool, li 
three years. M.D. (Syracuse). 

Graduate student at London and Vienna. Physician at Syracuse, 2I«' 
Surgeon to House of the Good Shepherd and to the Free Dispensary, 
cuse. Demonstrator of Anatomy, College of Medicine, 1890-92. Ini 
in Anatomy, 1892-3. Lecturer on Anatomy since 1893. President Sj 
Medical Association. Sec'yof same. Sec 'v of Syracuse Academy of M< 

Married Jan. 1888, Nettie Belle Reese of No. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children — Reese, bom 23 Dec. 1888. 

Emily Henrietta, bom 22 Sept. 1890. 
Letitia Elizabeth, born 3 Apr. 1894. 

Residence, 704 Catherine St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1893 LOUIS MARSHALL 

Born 14 Dec. 1856 at Syracuse, N. Y. Admitted to the Bar, 1878. Wl 
member of the firm of Ruger, Jenny, Brooks & French. Laipvyerat 
cuse, N. Y., until 1894, when he removed to New York city and 
member of the firm of Guggenheimer, Untermeyer & Marshall, 
on Forensic Medicine, College of Medicine, 1893-4. Gave a course of 
tures on the Constitution of New York before Dwight Alumni Af 
at Carnegie Hall, 1897. Member of the Constitutional Commission, 
appointed by Gov. Hill. Member of the Constitutional Convention, 
serving as second on the Judiciary Com. and Chm. of Com. on 
Amendments. 

Married 6 May 1895, Florence Lorocustein of New York, N. Y. 

Children — Jab£ES, born 12 May 1896. 
Ruth, bora 7 Feb. 1898. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. 

1894 WILLIAM SHANKLAND ANDREWS 

Born 25 Sept. 1858 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student at Harvard Univerii^j 
1876-80. *T. A.B. LL.B. (Columbia) 1882. At Columbia Law 
1880-2. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1882, and member of the fim* 
Knapp, Nottingham and Andrews. 




FACUI.TY OF SY&ACUSB UNIVSRSITY ; MBDICINS l8l 

L^ectnrer on Legal Medicine, College of Medicine, since 1894. Lecturer 
Statute Law, including the Statute of Limitations and the Statute of 

rands. College of Law, 1895-7. 

Married 31 Dec. 1884, Mary Raymond Shipman of New York, N. Y. 
Child — Paul Shipman, bom 2 Aug. 1887. 
Residence, 404 Oak St., S3rracuse, N. Y. 

1895 THOMAS HENRY HALSTEAD 

Bora 8 July 1865 at Listowell, Ont. Can. Under-graduate Toronto Univer- 
litTi Arts). M. D. ^Toronto University) 1887. Member College of Physicians 
■id Surgeons, Ontario, 1887. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1888. 

Instructor in Laryngology and Otology, College of Medicine, 1892-5. 
Lectarer on same since 1895. Member New York Medical Society ; 
OModaga County Medical Society ; Syracuse Academy of Medicine. Fel- 
bw American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society. 
Married ( i) 12 June 1889, Lola B. Bridgford of New York who died 1894 ; 
' (t)70ct, 1896, Charlotte C. Palmer of Syracuse, N. Y. 
OtUdren — Edith Georgbtte, born 24 May 1890. 
KATHI.KKN Loi^, bom 16 Nov. 1893. 
Charix)TTE Ei,i.Ery, bom 18 Feb. 1898. 
Residence, 423 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



\ 



^ ISRAEL HARRIS LEVY 

Brother of No«. 1305 and 1583 

Born 6 Feb. 1869 at Neustadt, Poland. Student from Syracuse, N. Y. 
ift6-9a Ph.B. M.D. (Syracuse) 1893. 

Student at Medical College, Syracuse University, 1890-3. Spent six 
[Sooths in the Hospitals of Vienna, Austria, 1893. Physician Syracuse, N. 
T, since 1893. Instructor in Histology, College of Medicine, 1894-6. 
UcUirer on Histology since 1896. 

Residence, 519 Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

rtj6 WILLIAM A. CURTIN 

•oni5 ^ov. 1862 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1884-7. 
X.D. (Syracuse). 

Fhjnician at Syracuse since 1887. Instructor in Physiology, College of 
idnc, 1890-2. Instructor in Therapeutics, 1895-6. Lecturer on 
Ikerapentics since 1896. 

Residence, 408 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

^ WILLIAM HOUGH MILLS 

Jorn 3 March 1851 at Elyria, O. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
%^i. M.D. (Syracuse). 

ftysician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1881 except one and one-half years 
[^t in London Hospitals. Physician at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, 
^■rt8i-2. Staff-Physician, House of the Good Sheppard, 1888, et seq. 
***rarian, College of Medicine, 1884-7. Director of Anatomical Laboratory', 



l82 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVKRSITY ; MBDICINB 

1884-7. Lecturer on Hygiene and Public Health since 1896. Phj 
Examiner, Syracuse University Gymnasium, since 1893. 
Residence, 926 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1898 CHARLES AUGUSTINE COVELL 

Born 19 Nov. 1866 at Pulteney, N. Y. Student from Plattsburg, N 
1891-4. M. D. (Syracuse). 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1894. Physician to the Free Dis 
sary. Instructor in Chemistry, College of Medicine, 1894-8. Lectun 
Chemistry, since 1898. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



INSTRUCTORS 

1876 BRACE WHEELOCK LOOMIS 

Born 26 Mar. 1853 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse N 
1873-6. M.D. (Syracuse). 

^ Physician at Syracuse,N. Y., since 1876. Instructor in Histology, 1871 
Married 6 June 1888, Ina Dillaye of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children— yiKRQ'ERY y born 28 Nov. 1889 ; died 28 July 1890. | 
Ernrstine, bom 2 Jan. 1892. 
Alma, bom 9 Aug. 1895. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1877 DAVID MAYPOLE TOTMAN 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1877 J. GILBERT JUSTIN 

(See Professors, Coll. Med.) ' 
1877 GEORGE REUBEN METCALF 

(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

J^^ ♦HORACE D. BABCOCK 

(See Lecturers, Coll. Med. ) 

1880 ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 

(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1880 * WALTER S. SMITH 

Son of Professor Wm. Manlius Smith 

Born 7 Feb. i860 at Manlius, N. Y. 

Educated at Union School, Manlius ; in Chemistry, at College of Medic 
Syracuse University and at Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. (at U 
1882-3) ; with Professor Goeesmann, Milk Inspector and Chemist for B< 
of Health, Syracuse, 1886-8. Instructor in Chemistry, College of 3 
icine, 1880-2. 

Died II Dec. 1888. 



PACULTV OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MBDICINB 183 

) JOHN SAYRE MARSHALL 1882 

orn at Tunbridge Wells, England. Student from Syracuse, 

Y., 1S73-6. M.D. (Syracuse). 

liTsician, practicing Dental and Oral Surgery at Syracuse, N. Y., 
1^2 : at Chicago, 111., since 1882. Oral Surgeon to St. Luke's Hospital, 
Bty Hospital.and Consulting Oral Surgeon to the Chicago Baptist Hospi- 
ladthe Home for Crippled and Destitute Children, Chicago, 111. 
lirtnictor in Dental and Oral Surgery, College of Medicine, 1880-2. 
«fe«>r of Dental and Oral Surgery, N. \V. University, Chicago, 111., 
fy'. Professor of Dental Pathology and Oral Surgery and Dean of the 
«4l Dept., N. W. University, 1885-90. Professor of Oral Surgery, 
■Bican College of Dental Surgery, Chicago, since 1892. Superintendant 
various Mission Sunday Schools and of the Sunday School of the First 
pBt Church of Chicago. President of the Chicago Alumni Association 
SnacTise University. 

Is published. **A manual of the Injuries and Surgical Disease of the 
t. Mouth and Jaws,'* 1896 ; and numerous articles in the Journal of the 
mrati Aftd. .-issoc, in the Dental Cosmos ^ Independent Pratitioner^ 
^Qfional Dental Journaly Archives of Dentistry^ Items of Interest and 
y. Med. Record. Served as private in Co. G., N. Y. Cav*l. Vols., Aug. 
-June 1865 ; discharged at end of the war. 
aried 16 June 1870, Isabelle M. Carter. 
j''(/— John Albert, bom 30 Aug. 1884. 
sidence, Chicago, 111. 

FREDERICK W. SMITH 1884 

m at Triangle, N. Y. M.D. (Univ. N. Y.) 1881. Physician at Syra- 
X. Y., since 1881. Coroner of Onondaga Co., 1886-8. Member City 
iof Heath, 1892-7. Commissioner State Board of Health since 1895 
re-appointed by Gov. Black for three years (1898-1901). Elected by 
t Board of Health Member Tuberculosis Committee for years 1896, 7, 8. 
itructor in Anatomy, College of Medicine, 1881-4. 
irricd 1882, Hattie M. Smith of Lisle, N. Y. 
tf7^r<f«— \Vai,ter Lewis, bom 1883. 

Leon Frederick, bom 1886. 

George K., bom 1891. 

Lyman S., bom 1893. 
evidence, 707 S. Warren St., S3rTacuse, N. Y. 

HENRY L. ELSNER 1884 

«e Professors, Coll. Med. ) 

» WILLIAM HERBERT DUNLAP 1883 

»e Professors,* Coll. Med.) 

J JOHN LORENZO HEFFRON 1884 

^ Professors, CoU. Med.) 



l84 PACUZ«TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MBDICINR 

1884 AARON BENJAMIN MILLER 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1885 * SCOTT OWEN 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1885 REUBEN CALDWELL HANCHETT 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1886 NATHAN JACOBSON 
(See Professors, Coll. Med. ) 

1886 GEORGE RITE KINNE 

Bom 25 Dec. 1853 at Clay, N. Y. vStudent from DeWitt, I 
1873-6. M.D. (Syracuse). 

Physician at Manlius, N. Y., 1876-S3 ; at Syracuse, N. Y., since 
Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics, College of Medicine, ] 

Married 28 Aug. 1878, Calista Preston of Manlius, N. Y. 

Chiidreti — Ira C, born 28 Aug. 1880 : died 28 Aug. i88a 
Georgian N A G., bom 30 Aug. 1887. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1886 ARTHUR BACON BREESE 

(See Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 

1886 FRANK WILLIAM MARLOW 
(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 

1887 FREDERICK W. SEARS 
(See Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 

1887 HENRY HALE PEASE 

Born 26 April i860 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracnse, li 
(1880- 1 at Cornell University.) 4^T. Ph. B. (Syracuse). M.D. (sanu 

Student, College of Medicine, 1883-6. Physician at SyiBcnae, ! 
1886-92 ; at Tucson, Ariz. , since 1892. Member of St. Joseph's H 
Staff, 1 891-2. Public Vaccinator, Syracuse, 1891 and 1893. Instrw 
Anatomy, College of Medicine, 1887-90. Demonstrator of Anatomy, ] 
Asst. Surgeon Tucson Div. S. P. R. R., 1S92-4. U. S. Pension Snrgeoi 
189;!. 

Residence, Tucson, Ariz. 

1888 FRANK BYRON BROOKS 
(See Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 

1890 WILLIAM A. CURTIN 

(See Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 

1892 THOMAS HENRY HALSTEAD 

(See Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 



fACULTY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; MBDICINE 185 

GEORGE MERRIMAN PRICE 1893 

re Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 

♦WILLIAM BRADLEY BREED ^ 1894 

n 14 Sept. 1858 at Phoenix, N. Y. Student from Phoenix, 1884-6. 

Syracuse). B.S. (Cornell ) 1880. 
yacian at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1886. Junior Surgeon at House of 
'.'»ood Shepherd, Syracuse, 1892. Instructor in Histology, College of 
:-.e. 1893-4. 

ae published, '* Travels in Mexico;'* *' Treatment of Alcoholism by 
cbine Nitrate Hypodermatically,*' etc. 

iried 14 June 1888, Gertrude Townsend Stephens of Fulton, N. Y. 
f^VV'V,— DoL'Gi.ASS Oliver, bom 28 May 1889. 

William Bradley, born 17 Aug. 1893. 
^ 24 <>ct. 1893 at New York, N. Y. 

ISRAEL HARRIS LEVY 1896 

« Lecturers, Coll. Med.) 

i CHARLES AUGUSTUS COVELL 1898 

iift Lecturers. Coll. Med.) 

: EUGENE W. BELKNAP 

^jft 13 \u^. 1867 at Newburgh, N. Y. Student at Princeton College, 

r> A.B. A.M. 1892. M.D. (Coll. P. and S. N. Y. City) 1892. 

Icaber Staff of Manhattan General Hospital, New York, 1892-4; of 

o Maternity Hospital, New York, 1894. 

^>Hcian at Syracuse, N. Y., since Jan. 1895. Instructor in Medicine, 

■=?eof Medicine, since 1895. 

'^M 22 Apr. 1897, Isabelle Hall Mann. 

^w-HroEXE McCawly, born i Feb. 1898. 

^fience, Syracuse, N. Y. 

JOSEPH THIBAULT DIDIER FISCHER 1897 

c^ Instructors, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 

PORTER ROBERT McMASTER 

^ 5 Sept. 1865 at I^ockport, N. Y. Student at Princeton College, 
^. A.B. 18.S8. A.M. 1891. M.D. (CoU. P. and S. N. Y. City) 1892. 
mljer Staff of the Presbyterian Hospital, New York, 1892-4; of 
ifer) Hospital, Broome St., New York, Apr. -July 1894. Physician 
racuse, N. Y., since Jan. 1895. Instructor in Surgery, College of 
:ine, since 1896. 

rrie<l 6 Feb. 1896, Mary Tilford Robertson of Cambridge, N. Y. 
idcnce, Syracuse, N. Y. 



l86 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MKDICIKB 

1896 CHARLES FREDERICK WILEY 

Born 16 May 1870 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, iS 
* A e. Pli.B. (Syracuse). M.D. (same) 1895. Student, College of Met 
1892-5. 

Graduate student in Medicine, Vienna and Berlin, 1895-6. Physic 
Syracuse, N. Y. (120 E. Jefferson St.) since 1896. Instructor in Patl: 
and Bacteriology, College of Medicine, 1896-8. 

Read paper, '* Pathology of Tuberculosis," before Syr. Acad, of Mec 
1897. 

Residence, 706 Harrison St., Syracuse, N. V. 

1896 OIJVHR AARON BLUMENTHAL 

Born 7 Oct. 1870 at Syracuse, N. V. Student from SjTacuse, 1890-3. 
(Syracuse). 

Graduate student at Vienna and Berlin, 1893-4 ; at Berlin and Wiin 
1897-S. 

Phy.Mcian at Syracuse, N. Y. Public Vaccinator, 1895-6. Instnic 
Embryology, College of Medicine, 1S96-7. 

Member Onondaga Co. Med. Society ; of Syracuse Acad, of Medici 

Residence, 605 Warren St., Syracuse, N. V. 

1897 FRANK TATTENGILL KNOWLTON 

Born 17 June 1875 at Holland Patent, N. Y. AT. N S N. A.B. {h 
ton) 1896. A.M. (Univ. of Michigan) 1897. 

Instructor in Physiology and Knibrj'ology, College of Medicine, 

1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 WIIJJAM GRAHAM HINSDALE 

Born 12 Oct. iS6r at Princeton, N. J. Student in College three j 
S*. M.D. (TulaneUniv.) 1886. 

Acting 2d Asst. Physician at Winnebago Hospital for Insane, May- 
1886. \'isiting Physician to House of the Good Shepherd since 
Instructor in Obstetrics, College of Medicine, since 1897. 

Married 1888, Stella Crosby of Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

C///V</— Emma Van Duyn, born 23 Feb. 1895, 

Residence, 644 (riflford St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1898 THEODORE JOSEPH KIEFFER 

Born 27 Jan. 1874 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i5 
N2N. M.D. (Syracuse). 

Graduate student in liuropc, 1896-7. Instructor in Pathology anc 
teriolog)'. College of Medicine, since 1898. 

Residence, 517 Townsend St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 1 87 

GEORGE BIRNEY BROAD 

Dec. 1871 at Onondaga, X. Y. Student from Onondaga, 1892-6. 

.D. 

in at Elm wood, N. Y., since 1896. Interne at St. Joseph's 

Syracuse, 1896-7. Demonstrator of Anatomy, College of Medicine, 

nstructor in Pathologj- and Bacteriology since 1898. 

ce, Elm wood Park, N. Y. 



DEMONSTRATORS OF ANATOMY 

MILES GOODYEAR HYDE 1874 

jiinct Professors, Coll. Med. ) 

JOHN WILTSIE KNAPP 1879 

Jan. 1853. Graduated from the Albany Medical College in 1872. 

lysician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1872. Coroner, 1879-85. U. S. 

Kxaminer, 1891 and 1892. Demonstrator of Anatomy, College 

ine. 1S74-9. 

1 1884, Susan K. Henderson 6f Syracuse, N. Y. 

•« — WiLTSiK I)., bom 25 Dec. 1884. 

Mathew, born 19 July, 1886. 
nee, Syracuse, N.. Y. 

DAVID MAYDOLE TOTMAN 1877 

ofessors, Coll. Med.) 

HENRY HALE PEASE 1893 

structor>, Coll. Med.) 

GEORGE MERRIMAN PRICE 1892 

cturers. Coll. Med.) 

JAMES HENRY DRUM 1897 

5 July 1866 at Liverpool, X. Y. Student from Liverpool, 1888-91. 

racuse). 

ian at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1891. Demonstrator of Anatomy, 

►f Medicine, 1893-7. Examiner for Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.; for 

for Foresters of America. Ward and County Physician, 189 i-S. 

d Apr. 1895, Agnes V. Murray of Syracuse, N. Y. 

-Hkxry, an infant. 

nee, 909 North Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

SAMUEL BOYCECRATON 1894 

^ Dec. 1863 at Rutherford, N. C. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
M.D. (Syracuse). * A O. B. Sc. (Wafford College) 1880. 



1 8b FACULTY OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; MBDICINB 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., 1892-94 and since 1895. Interne 
Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, 1890-2. Student of Diseases of the E^ 
Ear, N. Y. Post-Graduate School, 1894-5. Member Staff of Syiacusi 
Dispensary, Eye Department. Demonstrator of Anatomy, College of 
cine, 1893-4. 

Residence, 210 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1894 HIRAM B. IIAWLEY 

Bom 27 Oct. 1863 at Liverpool, N. Y. Student from Syracuse,' 
1890-3. M.D. (Syracuse). 

Physician at Syracuse since 1893. Demonstrator of Anatomy, Colli 
Medicine, 1894-5. 

Married 6 Oct. 1886, Emma M. Burke of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Child — Marie, bom 22 Nov. 1887. 

Residence, iioo X. Salina St., Syracuse. N. Y. 

1895 EDWARD JUDSON WYNKOOP 

Bom 24 Apr. 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i8i 
4^T. M.D. (Syracuse). 

Graduate student at New York Post Graduate Medical School, 
Interne at New York Post-Graduate Hospital, 1893-4, gradnatii 
House Surgeon in 1894. Physician to Syracuse Free Dispensary 
Syracuse Women 's and Children's Hospital. Demonstrator of Anat 
College of Medicine, 1895-7. Director of Anatomical Laboratory since 
Has published "Some Interesting Variations in Flexor and Ext 
Muscles of the Fore-arm," Medical Record ^ 1897. 

Residence, 406 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 GEORGE BIRNEY BROAD 

(See Instructors, Coll. Med.) 

1897 WILLIAM LEWIS WALLACE 

Hrothcr of No, 735 

Born 6 Dec. 1862 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, N. Y., 18 
A K E. A.B. (vSyracuse). A.M. 1897. M.D. same 1897. 

Clergyman, Metli. Epis. Pastor at West Amsterdam, N. Y., 18 
Merchant at Oswego, N. Y., 1888-90. Student at College P. and S., 
York city, 1 890-1 ; same at Syracuse University, Coll. of Med., 1892-3 
1895-7. Physician at Syracuse since 1897. Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
lege of Medicine, since 1897. 

Married i July 1S85, Harriet Amelia Blakeslee (No. 649) of Cli 
Springs, N. Y. 

Children — Ella, born i April 1886. 

Frank B., born 5 Feb. 1888. 

Residence, 408 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



I%7 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 



JEREMIAH HENRY SULLIVAN 



189 
1898 



Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1892-5. 



loni 24 Dec. 1868 at 

|1LD. (Syracuse). 

Student at Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, New York city, 
1^915. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1895. Interne at St. Joseph's 
Bospital. Syracuse, 1896. Demonstrator of Anatomy, College of Medicine, 

%^- 
Residence, 414 South Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



% 



ERNEvST FLETCHER CLYMER 



Bora 22 July 1872 at Smyrna, Del. Student at Cornell University. X 4^. 
Sbdent at Portland (Me.) School for Medical Instruction two years in con- 
jnction with two years' lecture course at Bowdoin Medical College. Attended 
Cfimcal lectures at the Maine State General Hospital and Maine Eye and 
Jhr Infirmary. M.D. (Dartmouth) 1895. Student at New York Polyclinic 
■dXew York Post- Graduate Schools. Physician at Portland, Me., 1896. 
I^wckd as private family ph3rsician, Sept. 1896- Apr. 1897. Demonstrator of 
iMtomy, College of Medicine, since 1897. Member Maine Med. Assoc. ; 
taland Med. Club. Was Demonstrator of Anatomy in Portland School for 
JiB&a] Instruction. Member Syracuse Academy of Medicine. 

Manied 20 Oct. 1897, Georgia M. Fredrick of Moravia, N. Y. 

Residence, 421 Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



1I9S 



FRED L. MORGAN 



Bora 13 Nov. 1874 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse in College 
rf Liberal Arts, 1892-3, and in College of Medicine, 1893-6. Ben. M.D. 
(Syracuse). 

Graduate student at Vienna, 1896-7. Police Surgeon of city of Syracuse 
■ace July I, 1S97. Demonstrator of Anatomy, College of Medicine, since 
%1 Phy^cian (office 412 E. Genesee St.), Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ibrried 5 May 1898, Irma Louise Ryan (Ex-98) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Rcadence, 807 Court St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



IW 



CLARENCE ERFORD COON 



Born 6 Jan. 1867 at DeRuyter, N. Y. Student from DeRuyter, 1895-8. 
12 5. M.D. (Syracuse). 
Married 21 June 1883, Marie Arnold Kern of DeRuyter, N. Y. 
Child — Gertrudb Lambbrtinb, bom 10 Apr. 1894. 
Residence, S. Salina St., SyTacuse, N. Y. 



190 FACULTY OK SYRACUSK UNIVERSITY ; MEDICINE 

REGISTRAR 

.1872 JOHN VANDUYN 

1874 WILLIAM TOMLINSON PLANT 

1888 WILLIAM HERBERT DUNLAP 
1893 DAVID MAYDOLE TOTMAN 



TREASURER 

1872 ALFRED MERCER 

1890 ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 



LIBRARIAN 

1881 J. GILBERT JUSTIN 

1884 WILLIAM HOUGH MILLS 

1887 ARTHUR BACON BRKP:SE 

1888 ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 
1890 FRANK WILLIAM MARLOW 



CURATOR 

1879 GEORGE REUBEN METCALF 

1880 ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 
1886 ARTHUR BACON BREESE 
1888 FRKD W. SEARS 

1894 WILLIAM HENRY MAY 



SECRETARY AND AvSSISTANT LIBRARIAN 

1896 ABBY M. BOND 




Umii, GBLJ.F.CCVU'OW.T 





ar. W/1-SC/tm-TZBt I 



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Act'iiflP'^ O.A.PARK&R-; 



COLLESI OP riNI *IITt : OIANI «N0 PNOFtatOlt. 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE I'NIVERSITY ; FINK ARTS I9I 



PROFESSORS : COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 

GEORGE FISK COMFORT, DEAN 1893 

n 2t.« Sept. 1833 ^t Berkshire, N. Y. A A*. A.B. (Wesleyan) 1857. 
V\ trsleyan) i860. L.H.D.(Univ. of Stateof N.Y.). LL.D. (Syracuse) 1 893. 
:her of Natural Science, Drawing and Painting, Amenia (N. Y.) 
ary, 1S57-8. Teacher of Natural Science, Drawing and Painting, 
Plain jN. Y.) Seminary, 1858-60. Teacher of Natural Science and 

Van Norman's Institute, New York, i860. Traveled and studied in 
t and the East, 1860-5. Professor of Modern Languages and 
:ic>, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., 1865-8. Prepared text books 
j'iern Languages, 186S-71. Professor of Modern Languages and 

ic-i, Syracuse I'niversity, 1872-93. Dean of Cou.EGK of Fine Arts 

:e. 1^^73-93. Professor of Esthetics and History of the Fine Arts, Col- 

f Fine Arts, 1873-93. 

nl>er of Institute Archeologico, Rome, Paris and Berlin ; of American 

opr>logical Society. Secretary of American Philological Association, 

, <i. 

bor of "A German Course," 1870; "A German Reader," 1871 ; "A 

il of German Conversation," 1871 ; "A First Book in German," 1872 ; 

I'ir>t (^ernian Reader," 1872 ; '* A German Primer," 1874 ; '* Woman's 
iiion and Woman's Health," 1874; "Modern Languages in Educa- 

i*^S6 ; besides numerous reviews and contributions.* Art Editor of 
-TV Christian Advocatt\ 1874 — . 
Tie*! 19 /an. 1871, Anna A. Manning, M.T)., of Norwich, Ct. 

VfV — Ralph Manning, born 6 Jan. 1872. (No. 1132.) 

Frederick Price, bom 19 Dec. 1874. (See Non-graduates.) 
Arthur Smith, born 5 May 1876; died 8 Aug. 1S76. 
I'ience. Empire House, Syracuse, N. Y. 

♦LEROY MONROE VERNON, DEAN 1896 

] ; April 1838 at Crawfordsvillc, Ind. Student from Mt. Pleasant, la., 
i Wesleyan University, 1855-60, Liberal Arts and Theology. A.B. 
A.M. i<S63. D.D. (U. of Mo.) 1869. 

kryman, Meth. Epis. Joined the Iowa Conference, i860. Transferred 
f.ouis Conf., 1S62. ''Missionary and Superintendent of the Mission 
A the Meth. p:pis. Church in Italy," 1871-88. Transferred to Central 
L-onference, 1S88. 

»r at St. Louis, Trinity church, 1862-4. Presiding Elder Springfield 

Mo., and organized the district. President St. Charles College, 

Pastor at Sedalia, Mo., 1869-70. Missionary in Italy, organizing 

lian Mission and conducting it for eighteen years. (In 1888 there 

»li<>(5raphy of Dr. Comfort to iSSi may be found in the Alumni Record of Wesleyan 
ity. jd ed. I>p 555- ^- 



192 FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 

were in this Mission twenty-four congregations and twenty-eight 
ministers.) Pastor at Syracuse, N. Y., ist church, 1888-93. Dean OF 
i,KGE OF Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1893 (17 Jan.)-96. 
several college professorships. 

Revised and published '* Southwestern Methodism,** 1866-8. Trai 
the Discipline of Meth. Epis. church into Italian. Editor of La 
an Italian paper, for many years. Correspondent of church papers, 
constantly. Delegate to the Gen. Conferences of 1868, 1884 and ll 
Chair. Com. on Missions (1884). Member Bw)k Committee, 1868-72 ; of 
Ecumenical Conference in London (1881) and gave an address on"' 
Press in Missouri." For ser\'ices rendered in taking the religious censui 
the Kingdom of Italy (1881) he received courteous recognition and a all 
medal from the government. 

Married (i) Nov. i860, Fannie B. Elliott ; (2) June 187 1, Emily F. 
Children — Litxian, born 14 June 1864. 

Ernest Elliott, born 20 Aug. 1866. (See Non-graduates.) 
Viola, bom 18 Aug. 1873. (See Non-graduates.) "^ 

Evalina, born 9 Aug. 1875. (No. 1426.) ^ 

Paul Monroe, born 28 Jan. 1879. (See Non-graduates.) *" 
Stephen Barker, born 19 Mar. 1880. V; 

Victor, born i Oct. 1883. ji 

Died 10 Aug. 1896 at Syracuse, N. V. '^ 

1883 GEORGE ALBERT PARKER, ACTING DEAN fe^ 

Born 21 Sept. 1856 at Kewanee, 111. Graduate of the Royal ConseTMnh 
tory of Music, Stuttgart, Ger. Graduate vStudent with Dr. Theo. Knlklt' 
in Neuen .Academic der Tonkunst, Berlin, Ger. Mus. D. (Syracuse) 1888L '■ 
. Has written compositions for piano and organ. Instructor in 
1883-4. Professor of Piano and Organ since 1884. Acting Dban 
College of Fine Arts, 1896-8. 

Married 5 Sept. 1883, Mary D. Sims ( See Instructors, Coll. Fine Ai1s)( 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children— VKi^ETiK Sims, born 18 June 1884. 
Eunice Bell, born 25 July 1886. 
George Sims, born 13 Sept. 1890. 

Residence, 211 University Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1898 ENSIGN McCHESNEY, DEAN 

Born 17 Mar. 1844 near Troy, N. Y. Student at Troy University, ll 
and at Wesleyan I'niversity, 1865-8. 4^ T. .\.B. * B K. Ph.D. (1 
1879. D.D. (Wesleyan) 18S8. 

Pastor (Meth. Epis.) in Providence (New England Southern) Conftf*^ 
ence, 1868-79 ; in Troy Conference, 1879-85. Traveler and Student 
Europe, 1885-6. Pastor in New York Conference (pastorates in N. Y. dty^J 
St. Paul's, Madison Ave., Calvary) 1886-98. Dean OP COLLEGE OP Fnhi^ 
Arts, since 1898. Professor of Esthetics and History of the Fine Arts, Col*|| 
lege of Fine Arts, since 1898. 



FACIXTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS I93 

Has published articles in the Methodist Rei^ieiv. ** Sanction of Church 
ft«pety;*' •'Christian Education;" *• Law of the Methodist Episcopal 
Chvch concerning Amusements ; " ** The Kenosis." 

Married 22 Sept. 1868. at Norwich, Conn. 

Residence. Syracuse. N. Y. 

Ii73 ARCHIMEDES RUSSELL 1881 

Professor of Architecture. 

*73 JOHN LYMAN SILSBEE 1878 

A-M. Professor of Architecture. 

*: HENRY C. ALLEWELT 1881 

hrfessor of Decorative Art. 

% SANDFORD THAYER 1S77 

Pfc-fessoT of Painting. 

*3 GEORGE KAvSSON KNAPP 1879 

Born 29 Oct. 1833 near Syracuse, N. Y. Professor (first) of Dravnng and 
hinting, 1873-9. Organized the School of Painting in room 50, Hall of 
Luigoages. Has been a professional artist in Syracuse since 1858. His art 
•orks include portraits in oil and plaster, genre, still-life, landscape and 
^Morical paintings. 

Hss pnblished many articles on the Fine Arts. 

Kanried U) 24 Oct. i860, Jennette D. Barber of Madisonville, La.; who 
U 14 Jan. 1874. (2) 1875, Eudocia Hills Tuttle. 

CkUdfCH — George Albert, bom 26 July 1864. 
Fanny Wolcott, born 5 May 1873. 

Ker^nce, 331 Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

*5 WARD V. RANGER 1888 

Bom 25 Nov. 1835 dt Greenbush, N. Y. Educated in Photography at 
kSilo, Boston and New York. 

Photographer at Syracuse, N. Y. Under appointment of IT. S. Govern- 
Xst as photographer of the expedition to observe total eclipse of sun in 
5«ah .\nierica, 1869. Under similar appointment on the expedition to 
•herre the transit of .Venus in China, 1874. Instructor in Photography, 
1873-88. Now retired from business. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

iSr4 E. ELI VANDEWARKER 1881 

M.D. Professor of Artistic Anatomy. 

874 PETER H. STUART 1877 

Professor of Engraving. 



194 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; FINE ARTS 

1877 * WILLIAM HEINRICH SCHULTZE 188I 

Born 10 Jan. 1828 at Celle, Hanover. Instructed upon the violin by his fathez 
Georg Schultze, a regimental bind-master in the Hanoverian army. At thic 
teen was sent as conductor of small orchestras. Studied at Braunswig unde 
Karl Muller,Koncert-Meister, 1843-5 i *"^ ^'^ Berlin under Koncert-Meiste 
Ubaneck, Louis Theile and Karl Bohmer, 1845-8. Mus.D. (Syracuse) 187- 

In 1848 united with eighteen members of Gungl's orchestra, who forme 
the Germania Musik-Verein, and gave concerts in London, Boston and Ne" 
York. The Germania played in thirty -six concerts with Jenny Lind, ale 
with Madam Son tag and other singers.* Leader of Mendelssohn Quinteti 
Club, and with this club gave concerts in all parts of the United States 
1858-77. Professor of Theory and Practice of Music, 1877 until decease. 

Married 19 Sept. i860, Marie Elizabeth Fehnier, of Boston, Mass., wh 
died 1885. 

Children — Louis Fehmer, born 28 Nov. 1861 ; died 8 April, 1867. 

Camii^la vSophia, born 26 Mar. 1863 ; died 26 Sept. 1865. 
Martha Marie, born 28 Mar. 1868. (See Non-graduates.) 
Carl Wilhelm, born 2 Dec. 1871. 

Died 26 Sept. 18S8 at vSyracuse, N. Y. 

1877 PRANK LIONEL CURTIS i88a 

Professor of the Piano. 

1877 CHARLES FRANKLIN WEBBER 187I 

Born 12 June 1S53 at Charlestown, Mass. M. Mus. (Syracuse) 1878. Pro 
fessor of Vocal Music {the first) and of the Violoncello, College of Fi» 
Arts, 1877-8. Director of the College Glee Club, 1877-8. 

Teacher of Singing and tenor Soloist, with the best organizations ii 
Paris, London, New York and Boston. Resided seven years in Europi 
(Germany, P'rance and England). Engagement with Carl Rosa Gran< 
Opera Co., in England ; Opera in America ; Concerts with Boston Symphon; 
Orchestra ; Boston Classical Concerts ; many organizations and churches 
Lecturer on musical topics. Is also an inventor. ' Has published man; 
compositions in New York and Boston. 

Married (i) 1882, Maude Wadswortn of Boston, Mass. (2) 15 No^ 

1893, Mrs. Bessie B. Atkin. 

Child — a step son, Henry Atkin Wkbber. 

Residence, Boston. Mass. • 

1877 JOHN D. BARROW 187 
Professor of Painting. 

1878 S. HARDING ILSLEY 188 
Professor of Vocal Music. 



♦ A sketch of the Old CFermanta Orchestra tuay l>e found in Seribuer's Monthly^ Vol. xi 
pp. 98 107. (Nov. 1875 ) 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; FINE ARTS I95 

1879 ISAAC VAN VLECK FLAGLER 1884 

Born 1843 *^ Albany, N. Y. Concert and church organist, pianist and 
tectnrer on musical topics. Has been organist and lecturer on music 
t Chautauqua for 14 years. Was organist and director of music in 
nTmoath church, Chicago, for eight years. Student of music in Paris 
fKnral times. Publisher of music. Author of several organ and choir 
Vtob published in New York. Professor of Organ, College of Fine Arts, 

Residence, Anbiim* N. Y. 
*?9 NEWTON ALONZO WELLS 1889 

Brother of No. 549 

Bern 9 Apr. 1852 at Lisbon, N. Y. Student from Malone, N. Y., 1873-7. 

ir. B.P. M.P. iSSoon Exam, 
lastnictorin Drawing and Geometry', Union College, Schenectady, N. Y., 

i^-g. Professor of Drawing, College of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 
1S79-89. Dean School of Art, Western Reserve University, 1889-90. Since 
is^ohas practiced his profession, exhibiting at all important exhibitions in 
Anerica. On editorial staff of .Ui Interchaiige during 1895. Spent 
1896-7 in Paris where he exhibited at Annual Salon and other exhibitions. 
Returned to America to accept commission for the decoration of Library 
teiiding of the University of Illinois with fresco paintings representing 
literarure. Agriculture, Science and Engineering. Many of his paintings 
tare been reproduced in magazines and art journals. 

Has published : ** What is Art?" a poem in (?//;' G?;///;/fV//, July 1883. 
"lodostrial Art Education," — a paper read before the National' Prison Asso- 
oiton at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1884, and published in the report of that 
W}. Has also written numerous art reviews for various journals, many 
of vhich have been quoted by Public Opinion and the Magazine of 
*^^: also a series of articles for .\'. C. Advocate on the " Future of Ameri- 
QB Art.'- Has executed many portraits, one of which was engraved for 
Harprrs* }'oung /'eo/>/e, issue of 13 Oct. 1885. 

Married 26 July 1S78, Flora A. Ellis (No. 92) of Lima! N. Y. 

Qj/t/— Reginald Ellis, bom 8 Jan. 1881. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

I 

rSte WILLL\M E. G, EVANS 1883 

Professor of Vocal Music. 

1S81 FRANK BEARD 1883 

Professor of Painting. 

1SS4 KATHARINE ELIZABETH STARK (TYLER) 1890 

Bom 7 Oct. 1843 in New York city. Was graduated from Packer Col- 
legiate Institute, Brooklyn, 1861. Musical education with Bagioli, Meyer, 
Honrardand Fcdcrlein, New York, 1870-82. 



196 FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINK ARTS 

Instructor in public schools, Brooklyn, E. D., New York city, Ne^ 
N. J., and Howard Mission and Five Points House of Industry, New 
city, 1861-72. 

Soloist in quartette choir in Broadway Tabernacle, the Church c 
Covenant and All Soul's Church, New York, 1872-83. Instructor in ^ 
Music, 1883-4. Professor of Vocal Music 1S84-90. Alto in first Pres 
rian church, Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 1883-92. 

Married 1892, Prof. Charles M. Tyler, D.D., of Cornell University. 

Residence, 9 East Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. 

1890 PERCY GOETSCHirS 

Bom 23 Aug. 1853 at Paterson, N. J. The title ** Royal Wiirthem 
Professor '' was conferred on him by the King of Wiirthembcrgat Stutt 
Germany, July 1885. D. Mus. (^Syracuse Univ.) 1892. Instructo 
Harmony, Stuttgart Conservatory, 1876-85. Professor of History 
Theory in the same, 1885-90. Professor of Musical History-, Th 
and Advanced Pianoforte, College of Fine Arts, Syracuse Univer 
1890-2. Professor of Composition, History and Harmony, New J 
land Conservatory. 1892-6. Organist First Parish, Brookline, Mass., 
private Instructor of Composition, Boston, Mass., since 1897. Has 
lished *'The Material Used in Musical Composition," Stuttgart, 
(New York 1889, 1892, 1895, 1898); " Lectures on Musical History," in 
man, 1885, in English 1890; * 'Theory and Practice of Tone Relatio 
Boston 1892, 1894, iS96<New York 1898); " Evolution of Musical Fon 
New York 1895; '* Models of Musical Forms," Boston 1895 ; **The He 
phonic Forms of Musical Composition," New York 1898; **Counterp 
Applied," New York ; '* Musical Criticisms," in German, 1885, 1890 : ". 
cellaneous Essays," in English 1890, 1898. 

Residence, Boston, Mass. 

1893 ROBERT FRANK DALLAS 

Born 6 June 1855 at Camillus, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. 
1875-8. B.P. M.P'. 1886. 

Instructor in drawing, College of Une Arts, 1878-9. Traveled in Eur 
1879. Student of Art, Paris, 1879-83. Engaged in house decoration. 
Studio, Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-6. Instructor in Oil Painting and Model 
College of Fine Arts, 1886-93. Professor of same, 1893-4. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1893 LUELLA MARIA STEWART 

Born at Syracuse, N. Y. Student at the Polytechnic Institute, Brook 
N. Y., Mr. Abbott H. Thayer ; Art Students* League, New York ; in I 
with Courtois, Edourd Conyer ; Anatomy Course at Ecole des Beaux A 
Colin, and Ferrice. Her paintings have been exhibited at thcWoi 
Fair, in St. Louis, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, New York and Chicago. 



FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS I97 

[nstmctor in Water Color Painting and Free Hand Drawing, College of 
nc Arts. 1889-5. Professor of same, 1893-4. Professor of Painting and 
rawing since 1894. 
Hesidence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

895 ELMER JOSEPH READ 1894 

Bom 19 June 1862 at Howard, N. Y. Student from Bradford, N. Y., 
1882-6. B.P. (Syracuse). 

Director of Drawing Millersville (Pa.) State Normal School, 1887-9. 
!>liifcnictor of Drawing and Etching, College of Fine Arts, 1889-93 ; Professor 
tf nmet 1893-1894. Artist in New York city since 1894. 
Mirried Sept. 1890, Cora B. Lyon (No. 711) of Palmyra, N. Y. 
Cliitf— Lyman Lyon, born i Oct. 1892. 
Residence, New York, N. Y. 

Ids CONRAD L. BECKER 

Professor of the Violin. 

;«93 WILLL\M HENRY BERWALD 

Born 26 Dec. 1864 at Schwerin Mecklenburg, Germany. Student at 
SEhwerin under C. Sternberg and A. Golterman ; at the Conservatory of 
Ibacin Munich, Bavaria, 1882-6, of composition under Josef Rheinberger, 
jiuo under Hans Bussmeyer. Student, 1887 — , at Stuttgart Conservatory, 
•fui and composition under T. Faisst. Then conductor of an orchestra 
nl mixed chorus society in Libau, Russia. Instructor in Piano and the 
ffiitory and Theorj' of Music, College of Fine Arts, 1892-3. Professor of 
Mne since 1893. 

Married 1897, Eugenia Baker (Class ^99) of Auburn, N. Y. 

Residence, 908 Madison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

I«93 UNNI LUND 

Bom 20 July 1866 at Christiana, Norway. Came from New York city to 
Sfiicnse University. Professor of Vocal Music, College of Fine Arts, 

*«*i893. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

% ELLA IRENE FRENCH 

I Sister of No. 198 and daughter of Vice-Chaiicellor French 

Bom 8 June 1854 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y. , 1877-8. 
r*B. B. Mus. (Syracuse). 
Teacher of Music at Mr. Browne's Young Ladies' Institute, Auburn, N. Y., 
^78-84; at Wells C oUege, Aurora, N. Y., 1883-4. Instructor in Piano, 
Collej^e of Fine Arts, 1884-94. Professor of Piano, since 1894. 
Residence, 714 Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 



198 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 

1894 RUTH EIJZAimTH GUIBAULT 

Born II March 1865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syra^se, i 
K K r. B. Mus. ( Syracuse). 

I*rivate teacher of Piano and Director of Music and Organist at 
Church, Syracuse, N. Y., 1884-7. Accompanist, College of Fine 
1885. Head of Music Department Fairfax Hall, Winchester, Va., li 
Instructor in Piano, College of Fine Arts, 1889-9. Professor of Piano, li 

Residence, 912 Madison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1894 ADOLF FREY 

Born 4 .-Vpr. 1865 at Bochingen, Landau, (iermany. Classical st 
until 18 years of age. Student at the Conservatory of Music in Stu 
under Professors Lehert and Pruckner, and Composition under Dr. F 
During his fourth year at the Conservatory he acted as teacher. Was ( 
to be musical accompanist and teacher to the Landgrave of Hes 
Frankfort-on-Main. 

Instructor in Piano, College of Fine .Xrts, 1893-4. Professor of 
and the History of Music, since 1894. 

Composed the music for the Latin play, Trinummus, Syracuse I': 
sity, 1895. 

Married 10 June 1897, Maude Yan Tassel (No. 1513) of Syracuse. N. 

Residence, 112 Renwick Ave., S^-racuse, X. Y. 

1895 ALBERT L. BROCKWAY 
Professor of Architecture. 

1895 JEANNE'ITE SCOTT 

Professor of Painting. 

1895 JULIE HEINBACH HINE 

Assoc. Professor of the (ierman Language and Literature. 
Married Geo. F. Hine [Hx-'yS ; see Non-graduates). 

1896 NATHANIEL IRYING HYATT 
Born 23 Apr. 1865 at Lansingburj^h. N. Y. 

Instructor in )*iano and Theory of Music, College of Fine Arts, i 
Professor of Piano and Theory of Music since 1896. 
Married 8 June 1898, Ethel Embury (Class '99) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 EDWIN HALL GAGGIN 

Hrolher of Ni.»s. i2.»i. i2tio and 1562 

Born 12 Nov. 1866 at Erie, Pa. Student from p:rie, 1888-92. A K E, 
(Syracuse). 

Instructor in Perspective and Descriptive Geometry, Syracuse Univ 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS I99 

7. Student of Architecture with Ginain at Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris, 

7. Professor of Architecture, Syracuse University, since 1897. 

» published in pamphlet, *' Church Architecture and Church Decora- 

' Western Meth. Book Concern. Chicago, 1898. 

sidence, Syracuse, N. V. 

ALBERT HOWARD GARREIT 
jfessoT of Vocal Music. 

WILLIAM WALLACE MARTIN 189S 

M. Professor of Esthetics and History of the Fine Arts. 

ROSWELL S. HILL 
rofebsor of Painting and Water Color. 



INSTRUCTORS 

: WILLIAM SCHADE 1S78 

asiructor in Flute and Piano. 

T. JAMES BARNES 1879 

ts!tnicl<»r in the Organ. 

r^ W. ROYAL NASH 1880 

J-'juctor in \'ocal Music. 

i*i *ed(;ar morse biell 1883 

^■ra 29 Nov. 1858 at Sheridan, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y. 
*^V>. B.Ar. (Syracuse). 

la office of J. L. Silsbee, Architect, Syracuse, N. V., 1.S80-1. Architect 
I'^^racuse. N. V.. 18S1-3. Instructor in Architectural Drafting, Syra- 
-»e I'niversity, 1SS1-3. Designer of furniture for S. C. Hayden & Co., 
?^acn>e. N. Y., 18S3-4. Architect at Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 18S4-5 ; at 
?^*^'^, N. Y., 1885-93: at LaPorte, Texas, 1893-4; at Syracuse, 1S94 
3cil decease. 

Has published many articles in the /hrora/or amf huntishcr and 
*2t: architectural papers. He excelled in designing furniture and iiiter- 
-'*• also in landscape gardening and surveying. 
Married 1 Feb. 1883, M. K, Jennie Morgan of Syracuse, N. Y. 
CAi7i/rr«— wesi^ky Morgan, born 26 Dec. 1883. 

Faith Bacon, bom 23 July 1886. 

Llewkllyn, born 29 May 1888. 
I>ied 20 Feb. 1895 at Syracuse, N. Y. 



200 FACULTY OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 

1882 HIRAM vSAMUEL OUTSELL 

Brother of No. 703 

Bom 20 Apr. 1856 at Delphi, N. Y. Student from Dryden, 
1874-82 six years. A. B.( Syracuse) 1880. B. P. (same) 1882. A.M. 

Instructor in Modeling, Etching, Water Color Painting, Free H 
Perspective Drawing, College of Fine Arts, 1882-7. Teaching at 
University, Sibley College, Ithaca, N. Y., since 1888. 

Married 24 June 1886, Ida A. Squier (No. 592) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

C^Z/fZ/r//— Jamks Squikr, bom 30 Aug. 1887. 
Erwin Squier, bom 13 June 1890. 
Robert Squier, bom 13 Oct. 1894. 

Residence, Ithaca, X. Y. 

1883 GEORGE HENRY LIDDELL 

Bom 30 Aug. 1857 at vSalem, N. Y. Student from Salem, 1874- 
years. B.P. (Syracuse). 

Instructor in Drawing and Painting at *' Island Grove" scho4 
Edward, N. Y., 1879-80. Continued studies in Paris, France, 
Opened a studio at 767 Broadway, New York, Oct. 1881, continuii 
Jan. 1883. Instructor in Drawing, College of Fine Arts, 1SS3- 
studio at Syracuse, 1883-? 

Married 22 Dec. 1S85, M. Ida Allen of Sandy Hill, N. Y. 

Residence, unknown. 

1884 OITO K. SCHILL 
Instructor in Violin and Piano. 

1886 ROBERT FRANK DALLAS 

(See Professors, Coll. P'ine Arts.) 

1888 FREDERICK CARR LYFORD 

Born 20 Oct. 186 1 at Fremont, N. H. Student from Fremont, 
A T. B. P. (Syracuse ). 

Instructor in Perspective Dniwing and Perspective Anatomy, Cc 
Fine Arts, 1888-91. Architect at Manchester, N. H., 1891-3. A 
and Builder at Suncook, N. H., since 1893. Treasurer of the ' 
Pembroke, N. H.. 1894-5 ; Town Clerk, 1896. 

Married 12 Sept. 1888, Ellen Osgood of Suncook, N. H. 

C7?/7f/— DoROTUEA, bom 31 Deo. 1891. 

Residence, Suncook, N. H. 

1888 ALBERT KUENZLEN 

Born in Germany. Instructor in Violin and Piano, Coll. of Fii 
1888-90. 
' Residence, New York, N. Y. 



FACUI<TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 20I 

LUELLA MARIA STEWART 1893 

Professors, Coll. Fine Arts.) 

ARTHUR BRIDGMAN CLARK 1892 

I II Au^. i866at East Onondaga, N. Y. Student from East Onondaga, 

AT. B.Ar. (Syracuse). M.Ar. 1891. 
ctor of the Trade Schools in the New York State Reformatory at 
i. N. Y., 1S8&-9. Instructor in Architecture, Syracuse University, 
,2. Teacher of Architecture and Drawing at Leland Stanford, Jr., 
r-ity, 1892-4. Assistant Professor of Drawing and Architectural 
;hting at same, 1894-6. Associate Professor of Drawing at same since 

hitecl of the Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A. Building of Syracuse 
trsity, 1890 : of the AT Chapter House at Leland Stanford, Jr., Univer- 
also of a church and several residences at Palo Alto, Cal. 
i» published ** Drawing Geometrical Models," Stanford University, 
;"The Child's Attitude toward Perspective Problems," in " Studies in 
cation." No. viii, Feb. 1897, Stanford University. 
irrie*l I Sept. 1S91. Grace Birge of Hector, N. Y. 
*!/i/— BiRGK Malcolm, born 16 .\pr. 1893. 
•feidence, Stanford University, Cal. 

9 ELMER JOSEPH READ 1893 

?tt I'rof elisors. Coll. Fine Arts.) 

6t RUTH ELIZABETH GUIBAULT 1894 

^I'mrVbiors, Coll. Fine Arts. ) 

y- CONRAD L. BECKER 1893 

Iirtractor in Violin and Piano. 

P MARIE LOUISE EVERETT 1893 

a5trjct<»r in Vocal Music. 

WILLIAM H. BARBER 1893 

birnclor in Piano. 

CHARLES WINFRED DOUGLASS 1892 

'Ti 15 Feb. 1867 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, 1886-91, 
ig .1 part of the course in Liberal Arts. A K E. B. Mus. (Syracuse). Asst. 
'jctorin Vocal Music, College of F^ine Arts, 1891-2. 
sidence, Denver, Col. 

EDWIN HALL GAGGIN 1897 

e Professors, Coll. Fine Arts. ) 



202 FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 

1892 GORDON ALMOND WRIGHT 

Born 20 Nov. 1867 at Louisville, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. Stiid< 
Massena, N. Y., 1885-9. ^K'ir, B.C. E. (Syracuse). B.Ar. (same) 

Arch'l draughtsman, 1889-92. Instructor in Architecture, Cc 
Fine Arts, 1892-4. Practicing Architect in Syracuse since 1894. 

Married 15 May 189?, Anna H. Spoor of Syracuse, N. Y. 

C/ii/d — Marjorik Catherine, born 5 Dec. 1895. 

Residence, Syracuse, X. Y. 

1892 WILLIAM HBNRYBERWALD 

(See Professors, CoU. Fine Arts.) 

1892 CARRIK CRANE 
Instructor in Vocal Music. 

1893 ADOLPH FREY 
(See Professors, Coll. Fine Arts. ) 

1893 MIRIAM ADELIA GUERNSEY (MIX) 

Sister of No. 1295 

Born I Sept. 1869 at Port Jervis, N. Y. Student from Cant 
1889-93. A*. Ph. B. (Syracuse). 

Instructor in Vocal Music, College of Fine Arts, vsince gradual 

Married 9 July 1896, Clifton Henry Mix (see Ncm-graduates) of S 
N. Y. 

C/tiid—DoNAhv Guernsey, born 15 May 1897. 

Residence, 504 University Place, S5^racuse, N. Y. 

1894 MARY SIMS (PARKER) 

Born 15 June 1859 ^* Thorntown, Ind. Special student of Voci 
in the University and with private teachers in New York. Inst 
Vocal Music, College of Fine Arts, since 1S94. 

Married 5 Sept. 1883, George A. Parker (No. 1888 q. v. for furthe 
of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 211 University Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1894 ALBERT L. BROCKWAY 

(See Professors, Coll. Fine Arts.) 

1894 GINO BARDELLA 

Instructor in Painting. 

1894 TORQUATO Dl FELICE 

Instructor in Painting. 



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FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 203 

1894 ALICE JOSEPHINE OLIVER 1896 

Bom 25 Nov. 1873. Student from Oswego, N. Y., 1893-4, ranking as 
Mnior. r ♦ B. Was a private student with Professor Lund for three years 
prrrious to entering the University and became her assistant in the vocal 
department, 1894, remaining a year and a half. In the spring of 1896 
accepted position of Vocal Instructor in Centenary College Institute, Hack- 
cftstown. N. J. 

Re«»idence, Syracuse, N. V. 

, Rt94 ARTHUR ELTINGE 

, Bom 1872 at Creek Locks, Ulster Co., N. Y. Student from S^'racuse, 
I X. Y.. 1S91-4. ♦ K *. B.Mus. (Syracuse). 

ia*.tnictor in Organ and Piano, College of Fine Arts, since 1894. 

Mirried 23 June 1896, Mar. Gilbert Taber (see Non-graduates) of Syra- 
. N. Y. 

a./i— Died. 

Residence, 1102 E. Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1S95 THOMAS WALKER GAGGIN 

Brother of Nos. 1057, 1221 and 1562 

Bom 50 Jan. 1S71 at Erie, Pa. Student from Erie, 1891-3 and 1894-5. 
la Cdumbia University, 1893-4. A K E. B.Ar. (Syracuse). 
Insirnctor in Architecture, College of Fine Arts, since 1895. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

H FREDERICK WILLIAM REVELS 

lorn 19 Mar. 1869 at Randolph, N. Y. Student from Olean, N. Y., 
%-5. ♦£♦. B.Ar. (Syracuse). 

Iwtnictor in Architectural Department and in Mechanical and Free Hand 
^^*»iiig. College of Fine Arts, since 1895. 

R*sidtnce, Syracuse, N. Y. 

*55 CARL TRACY HAWLEY 

l«n 4 Apr. 1872 at Montrose, Pa. Student from New Milford, Pa., 
%>'4. B. P. (Syracuse). 

Student in the Art Student's League and the Metropolitan School of Fine 
^ *^-5. Instructor in Painting, College of Fine Arts, 1895-7. 
■■'njctor in Cast Drawing since 1897. Has been granted a year's leave of 
••ttce [ 1898-9) to be spent in travel and the study of Art. 

^idcnce, Syracuse, N. Y. 

*K IRENE SARGENT 1896 

^trnctor in French and History. 

*K NATHANIEL IRVING HYATT 1896 

<See Professors, Coll. Fine Arts.) 



204 FACUI,TY OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINB ARTS 

1896 JESSIE W. POTTI^E 

Instructor in Vocal Music. 

1896 EVALINA VERNON 

Daughter of Dean Vcmon 

Born 9 Aug. 1875 at Ariccia, Italy. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., i 
A *. B. Mus. (Syracuse). 

Instructor in Piano, College of Fine Arts, since 1896. 
Residence, 917 E. Gen. St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 ANTONIA WIGLEY 

Bom in Europe. Teacher of French in England ; public instructii 
in families. Instructor in Italian and French, College of Fine Arts, i 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1896 FERNANDO A. CARTER 

Born 9 Sept. 1856. Instructor in Water Color Painting, College oi 
Arts, 1896-7. Formerly resided in Boston, Mass. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 SARAH NEWCOMB GRAHAM 
(See Assistants, Coll. I^ib. Arts.) 

1897 FLORENCE EUGENIE HAANEL 

sister of No. 1224 

Born 1869 at Lake Ridge, Mich. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., i 
four years. F * B. B. P. (Syracuse). 

Received the Hiram Gee Fellowship in Painting for 1895-6. Stud 
Art in Paris, 1895-6. Instructor in Cast Drawing, College of Fine 
since 1897. 

Residence, 405 University Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 



LECTURERS 

1876 WILLIS DEHAAS 

M.I). Lecturer on Early American Art and Archieologj* 

1881 K. ELY VAN DE WARKER 

M.I). Lecturer on Artistic Anatomy. 
(See Professors, Coll. Fine Arts.) 

1896 GAYLORD PARSONS CLARK 

(See Professors, Coll. Med.) 



FACULTY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; FINE ARTS 205 

1S96 ALBERT MERRILL FOWLER 1879 

Bom 16 July 1870 at Newburgh, N. Y. Student from Peekskill, X. Y., at 
Cornell Unive^sit^' receiving A.B. in 1896. 

Graduation thesis, ** External order of Greek Doric Architecture accord- 
ing to Vitruvius. compared with existing Remains." Teacher of the classi- 
cal languages in Secondary Schools, 1893-6. Assistant in History, College 
of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1896-7. Graduate Student in Latin, Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts, Syracuse University, 1896-7 : at Yale University, 1897-8. 

Re-idence, 62 Montgomery St., Newburgh, N. Y. 

i)J96 CARRIE PARKE JONES 1898 

Bom 10 Nov. i860 at Scriba, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-5. 
A ♦. B. Mus, ( Syracuse ). 

Teacher of Music at TuUy, N.Y., 1885-7 ; same, Greenville (Ky. ) College, 
1^^7-9: 0\-id and Sj-racuse. N. Y., 1889-95. Visiting delegate to various 
chapters of the Alpha Phi Fraternity, 1895-6. Secretary", Fine Arts College, 
1896-7 ; Secretary and Registrar of same 1897-8. Member of the Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution. 
Resilience, 106 Waverly Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 



INSTRUCTORS: COLLEGE OF LAW 

18% JAISIES BYRON BROOKS, DEAN 

Bcirn 27 June 1839 ^^ Rockingham, Vt. ^'T. A.B. (Dartmouth) 1869. 
♦ BK. A.M. 1886. LL.B. (Albany Law School) 1871. D.C.L. (Syracuse) 
1895. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1872. Dean of Coi^lEGE of Law, 
Syracuse University, since 1895. 

Alderman 8th \Vd., Syracuse, 1884-5. School Connnissioner, 1886-8. 
^'ater Commissioner since 1890, and President of the Board since 1897. 
Trustee of Syracuse University since 1885. 

Private Co. D., ist Vt. Reg. Inf. 9 May-9 Aug., 1861. Second Lieut. Co. 
H.4th Vt. Reg. Inf., 12 Sept. 1861-19 Jan. 1862. First Lieut. Co. I, 4th Vt. 
H. Inf., 19 Jan. 1862-5 May 1864. Capt. Co. H, 4th Vt. Reg. Inf., from 
5iUv 1864. An officer in U. S. Signal Service, Dec. i86i-Aug. 1863. Dis- 
<iarjjed from service 5 Aug. 1864 on account of wounds received in the 
kattle of the Wilderness, 6 May 1864. 

Married 7 Sept. 1873, Caroline L. Jewell of East Orange, Vt. 

Qi/^r^»— Frances J., bom i Oct. 1875; died 6 Aug. 1883. 
Bessie Nelson, bom 8 June 1883. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

'895 GILES H. STILLWELL 

Bom 14 Jan. 1854 at Windsor, N. Y. AKE. A.B. (Amherst) r 881. A.M. 
(same) 1885. Principal Union School and Academy, Lisle, N. Y.. 1881-4 ; 
•ameGeddes, N. Y., 1884-7. Law student, 1887-9. Lawyer at Syracuse, 



2o6 FACUI.TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; LAW 

N. Y., since 1889. Instructor in Personal Property and Torts, Collej 
Law, since 1895. Member Board of Education, five years and President 
years. Member Board of Trustees Syracuse Central Library, six years 
President, two years. 

Married 28 Apr. 1885, Mary A. Lewis (see Non -graduates) of Lisle, > 

Children — Lewis D., bom 15 July 1891. 
Gii«ES P., born 23 July 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 EDWARD HAMILTON BURDICK 

Born 14 Sept. 1850 at Syracuse, N. Y. A A*. B.S. (Hobart) 1870. 1 
yer at Syracuse since 1875. Instructor in Contracts and Domt 
Relations, College of Law, since 1895. School Commissioner, 4th ward, 1 
Married 28 Dec. 1875, Elizabeth Hall of Auburn, N. Y. 
Children — Edward Woodworth, born 30 Oct. 1876 (No. 1355.) 

Henry Hagaman, born 20 Nov. 1878. (See Non-gradual 
Reginai^d Houghton, born 16 July 1886. 
Rupert Lee, born 30 Jan. 1891. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 FRANK ROBINSON WALKER 

Bom 2 Nov. 1855 at Mooer's Forks, N. Y, Student from Mooer's Fc 
1880-4. ^"T- A. B. (Syracuse). A.M. 1887. Law student at Syracuse, N 
1884-7. Lawyer same place, since 1887. Instructor in Bills and Notes 
the Law of Real Property, College of Law, since 1895. 

Married 14 Nov. 1893, Jessie Elizabeth Morey of Baldwinsville, N. Y 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



LECTURERS 

1895 WILLIAM G. TRACY 

Born 7 Apr. 1843 at Syracuse, N. Y. Admitted to Bar in 1867. La^ 
at Syracuse since 1869. Lecturer on Surrogate's Court and Praci 
College of Law, since 1895. 

Enlisted in 3d N. Y. Vols., Apr. 1861. ** Honorably discharged,*' 
1865. Rank, Captain and Aide-de-camp on Maj. Gen. Henry W. Sloci 
Staff. Brevetted Major. Wounded at Chancellorsville, Va., in May 1 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM 

Brother of No. 314 

Born 2 Nov.. 1S53 in town of DeWitt, N. Y. Student from De\' 
1872-6. A KB. A.B. (Syracuse). A.M. 1877 (Chemistry). Ph.D. 1878 (P< 
cal Economy). 

Bngaged in practice of law under firm name of Goodelle & Netting 



FACUI,TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; I^W 207 

It Syracase, N. Y. Alumni Trustee since 1892. Lecturer on Law of 
Corporations, College of Law, since 1895. 

Married 26 Oct. xSSi, Eloise Holden (No. 473) of Syracuse. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

iS% CHARLES L. STONE 

Bom 2 April 1848 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Mexico at Hamilton 
Co'Jegc, 1867-71. 2*. A.B. LL.B. (Hamilton). Lawyer at Syracuse, 
X. Y. City Atty. 1887-9. Referee in Bankruptcy, 1898. 
Lecturer on Principal and Agent, College of Law, since 1895. 
Married 4 Sept. 1872, Zilla Buttrick Sackett of Clinton, N. Y. 
Ckildrrn — CHARLOTTE SacKETT, 

Samuki* Harold, 
Rhoda Zilla. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

^95 GEORGE MC GOWAN 

Brother of No. 1388 

Born 12 Apr. 1859 at Camillus, N. Y. Student from Geddes, N.Y.,Coll. Lib. 
Arts, iSyS-Jfe. AT. Law student with Ruger, Jenney, Brooks, French and 
MaahalL Adniitte<l to the Bar, 1883. Asst. Dist. Atty. Onond. Co., 1887-90. 
teibcr of the firm of McGowan & Stolz. Special Deputy Atty. General of 
S.T. State, 1895. lecturer on Elementary Law, College of Law, since 1895. 

Miiried 7 July 1897, Julia Noxon Green of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 15 14 E. Gen. St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



1*155 EDWIN NOTTINGHAM 

Brother of No. 315 

Born 5 Dec. 1850, in town of DeWitt, N. Y. Student from DeWitt, 
1^72-6. AT. Ph. B. (Syracuse). 

law student in office of Chamberlin & Knapp, Syracuse, N. Y., 1876-8. 
Admitted to practice as an attorney, Oct. 1878. Admitted to practice also 
■ a counselor, June 1879. In practice alone until i Dec. 1882. Since 
itti a member of the firm of Knapp, Nottingham & Andrews. Alunmi 
IVutee since 1886. Member Board of Education, Syracuse, N. Y., 1894-7. 

Ifarried 8 Apr. 1891, Julia E. Lord of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children — Edith IVL^rion, born 6 Sept. 1894. 
Mildred Inez, born 3 Feb. 1896. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

i«W CHARLES HOLLAND DUELL 1897 

Born 13 Apr. at Cortland, N. Y. Student from Cortland at Hamilton 

CtoUege, 1867-71. 2#. A.B. LL.B. (Hamilton) 1872. lawyer in New 
York dty, 1873-80; at Syracuse, N. Y., 1880-9. ^'- S. Commissioner of 



2o8 FACUWY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; I,AW 

Patents since 3 Feb. 1898. Lecturer on the Law of Patents, Coll 
Law, 1895-7. Member of Assembly, 1878-80. 
Married 1879, Harriet Sackett of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Holland S., born 29 Jan. 1881. 
W. Sackett, born 28 Mar. 1882. 
Mary L., born 16 Feb. 1886. 
Charles H. Jr., born 2 Feb. 1889. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 WILLIAM SHANKLAND ANDREWS 

Lecturer on Statute Law including the Statute of Limitations a 
Statute of Frauds, College of Law, 1895-7. 
(See Faculty Record, Coll. Med.) 

1895 CHARLES G. BALDWIN 

A.M. LL.B. Lecturer on Partnership and Liens, College of Law, sine 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 CEYLON H. LEWIS 

Lecturer on Practice, College of Law, since 1895. 
(See Faculty Record, Coll. Med.) 

1895 BENJAMIN JAY SHOVE 

Bom 3 July 1859 at Greene, N. Y. Student from Auburn, N. Y. , li 
Z^, A.B. (Syracuse^. A.M. 1883. 

Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y. Clerk in Canal Collector's office at Sy 
for season of 1881. Assistant District Attorney for Onondaga Co., 
Clerk Board of Supervisors, Onondaga Co., 1888-9. Asst. DisL Ati 
Onondaga Co., 1890-3. Dist. Atty. of same, 1893-6. Lecturer on Ci 
Law and Procedure in Criminal Cases, College of Law, since 1895. 

Married 8 May 1888, Rose M. Davis of Cleveland, Ohio. 

Children — Marion Davis, born 10 Dec. 1890. 

Benjamin Edward, bom 23 Mar. 1892. 
John Davis, born 10 May 1894. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 EDWARD C. WRIGHT 

Bom 27 Sept. 184931 Pompey Hill, N. Y. 4^ T. A.B. (Hamilton 

Teacher at Lookout Mountain, Pa., one year. Lawyer at Syracuse 
Lecturer on Sales, College of Law, since 1895. 

Married 1886, Annie L. Collins of Chittenango, N. Y. 

Child — Donald C, born 1887. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1895 PETER BAILLIE McLENNAN 

Born 3 Dec. 1850 at Lyndon, N. Y. Student from Lyndon at 

University, 1867-71. A.B. A.M. 1873. Ph.D. (Alfred) 1875. 

Admitted to the Bar 6 Oct. 1876. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., 1 



FACULTV Ol? SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY; I.AW 209 

Bid 1887-92. General Counsel of the N. Y., W. S. and B. Railroad Co. at 
Kc¥ York city, 18S4— 7. Justice of the Supreme Court since 1892. Lecturer 
« the Trial of Actions, College of Law, since 1895. 
Married i Dec. 1881, Belle Barron of Addison, N. Y. 
Children — Coi.i>: Wii^i^iAM, bom 23 Apr. 1883. 
Marion, "born 20 June 1885. 
Christina, born iSJune 1887. 
Hei.e:^, born 22 Nov. 1890; died 24 May 1892. 
Catherink, bom 5 Nov. 1893 ; died 19 Sept. 1894. 
Readfcnce. Syracuse, N. Y. 

ng IRVING GOODWIN VANN 

Ben at TJlysses, N. Y. Student at Yale University, 1859-63. A K E. 
A.J. LL.B. (Albany I^w School) 1865. A.M*. 1870. LL.D. (Hamilton ) 
l88a,i Syracuse > 1S97 and (Yale) 1898. 

Inner at Syracuse, N. Y., 1865-82. Mayor of Syracuse, 1879-80. Jus* 
tJcto! the Supreme Court, i Jan. 1882-6 Jan. 1896. Judge of the Court of 
Appals, State c»f New York, since Jan. 1896. 

Lecturer on tlie Law of Insurance, College of Law, since 1895. 

Married 11 r)ct. 1870, Florence Dillaye of Syracuse, N. Y. 

CkiUrt'H — Florence Dillayk, bom 20 July 1872. 
Irving Dillaye, born 17 Oct. 1875. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

^«95 GKORGE N. KENNEDY 1898 

Ei-Jndge of the Supreme Court. Lecturer on Constitutional Law, Col- 
Tt«eoC Law. 1S95-S. 
teidence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

H JOHN CHARLES CHURCHILL 1897 

^m at Mooers, N. Y. A.B. (Middlebury) 1843. A.M. (same). LL.D. 
'«ttie) 1S74. LL.D. (Hamilton) 1882. 

Admitted to the Bar of Supreme Court of New York, July 1847. Lawyer 
•^Oswego. N. Y. Dist. Atty. Oswego Co., 1857-9. County Judge, same, 
*<^3. Member Congress from N. Y., 1867-71. Justice Supreme Court, 
^ Y., 1881-92. Supt. of the Draft for Oswego Co. under Gov. E. D. 
**15>n. Lecturer on International Law, College of Law, 1895-7. 
^•^rried 11 Sept. 1849, Catharine Sprague, daughter of Dr. Sprague, 
^5»n U. S. A., stationed at Fort Ontario in Oswego City. 
TiSiVi/r^ff— Catharine Sprague. 

Mrs. Eliot M. Fisher. 
John Charles, Jr. [C.E. Lafayette]. 
William Lawrence (Yale). 
Readence, Oswego, N. Y. 

% FRANK SMALLEY 

Lecturer on Roman Law. (See Faculty Record, Coll. Lib. Arts.) 



2IO FACUI^TY OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ; ULW 

1895 * JAMES WILLIAM WILSON 

Born 5 Dec. 1857 at Sodus, N. Y. Student from Canastota, N. Y., 18 
*r. A.B. (Syracuse). A.M. 1882. 

Assistant Principal of Geneva (N. Y.) High School, 1879-80. Law 
in office of Sedgwick, Ames & King, Syracuse, N. Y., 1 880-1. Att( 
and Counselor at Law in Syracuse, N. Y. 1881-98. President Psi Up 
Trust Association, Syracuse, and Chm. Chapter House Building C 
1897-8. Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence since 1895. 
Married 24 Feb. 1886, Bertha Holden (No. 576) of Syracuse, N. Y. . 
Children — Marian, born 7 Dec. 1886. 

James Hoi«D£N, born 11 Mar. 1889. 
Robert, born 8 July 1890. 
ISABEI*, born 8 July 1891. 
Died 16 Apr. 1898 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 ALBERT C. PHILLIPS 

A.M. Lecturer on Wills and Administration, College of Law, since 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 ALFRED WILKINSON 

Born 9 June 1858 at Elmira, N. Y. A.B. (Harvard) 1880. Lawy 
Syracuse, N. Y. since 1885. Lecturer on the Law of Patents, Colle) 
Law, since 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 LOUIS LINCOLN WATERS 

Born 29 Dec. 1863 at Cortland, N. Y. LL.B. (Columbian Univ.). L 
(same) 1887. Clerk in offices of the Surgeon General and Adjutant Gee 
War Dept., Washington, D. C, 1885-8. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y. 
1888. Member of firm of Waters, McLennan and Waters, i889-9( 
McLennan, Waters and Baldwin since 1896. Admitted to the Bar of 
of Columbia, June 1887 ; of N. Y., Apr. 1888; to practice in U. S. Ci 
Court, N. Dist. N. Y., 4 May 1896. Lecturer on Statute Law inch 
the Statute of Limitations and the Statute of Frauds, College of Law, 

1897. 
Married 22 June 1887, Cora M. Rowley of Cortland, N. Y. 

CAt7dren—EvHl.YN Elizabeth, born 15 Aug. 1888 ; died 17 June 18 

Louis Addison, bom 8 Nov. 1895. 

Residence, 341 Westcott St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1897 STEPHEN MORTIMER COON 

Born 18 Apr. 1845 at Hastings, N. Y. A.B. (Rochester) 1870. 
(same) 1873. BOII. LL.B. (Hamilton) 1874. Student two years at 



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ice College. Teacher four years. Lawyer at Oswego, N. Y. , since 1876. 
jty Atty., 1879-82. Special U. S. Attorney for U. S. Govt. Member of 
Ikasembly, 1887-9. Lay Delegate to General Conference, Meth. Bpis. Ch.. 
idgiS. Prominent in church work. Lecturer on International Law,College 
eCLaw, since 1897. 
Married 23 Nov. 1870, Mary F. Coit of Central Square, N. Y. 
Children — Mabel Sarah, bom 15 Jan. 1874. (No. 1361.) 

Albert Coit, born 4 Oct. 1878. (Soph, in College.) 
Residence, Oswego, N. Y. 

% WILLIAM HARRISON MACE 

Lecmrer on Constitution of the United States. (See Faculty Record, 
CaG. Lib. Arts. ) 

% MICHAEL E. DRISCOLL 

A.M. Member of Congress. Lecturer on the Law of Negligence, College 
rf Uw, since 1897. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

% CHARLES WALKER ANDREWS 1898 

Born 5 July 186 1 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student at Harvard University, 
187M2. A K E. A.B. Student two years at Harvard Law School. 
Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., having been admttted to the Bar 1885. Lec- 

on Searching and Examination of Titles, College of Law, 1897-8. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



FLORENCE CA.MPBELL SHERWOOD 
Iistmctor in Elocution, College of Law, since 1897. 
JUndence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



ALUMNI OF GENESEE COLLEGE 



Class of 1852 

I. WILLIAM KREUTZER 

Born II Sept. 1828 at Benton, N. Y. Student from Penn Yan, N. Y 
1850-2,6.8. h.'yi. (hotions causa.) 1857. A.M. 1872. 

Principal of Union School, Penn Yan, N. Y., 1854-8; Collegiate Institut 
Prattsburg, N. Y., 1859 ; Union School, Lyons, N. Y., 1860-1. Merchant i 
Lyons, N.Y., 1866-1885 : Lawyer since 1886. Entered U. S. Military servi< 
as Captain, 1861 ; promoted to Colonel 1864 ; honorably discharged, i86« 
participated in twenty-two engagements — Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Col 
Harbor, Drurj^'s Bluff, Petersburg, etc.; eight months in operations arouii 
Charleston, S. C. Member of the Loyal Legpion and of the United Servic 
Club. Commanded the 98th Regt. in all the battles but one that stand t 
its credit in orders. Member of the Electoral College of New York, 1881 
Member Board of Education of Lyons, N. Y., for 15 years. Has publishe 
" Notes and Observations made during four years of Service in the War i 
the Rebellion," 1878. 

Married 10 Apr. 1866, Emma J. Wood of Wolcott, N. Y. 

Children — William Ulric, born 18 Jan. 1868. 

• Fredkrick Grant, born 27 Sept. 1869. 
Arthur John, born 27 Aug. 1871 ; died 6 Nov. 1877. 

Residence, Lyons, N. Y. 

2. *THOMAS ALFRED McFAIL 

Bom 1828 in Pike, N. Y. B.S. 1852. 

. Principal Union School, Scottsville, N. Y., 1852-3. Teacher of Matb 
matics and Natural Science in Carlisle Seminary, Schoharie Co., N. Y 

1853-4. 
Died July 1854 ; being killed by a fall while on a geological excursic 

with his class at Howe's Cave. 

3. ROLLIN CARROLL WELCH 

Born 6 Aug. 1830 at Weathersfield, Genesee (now Wyoming) Co., N. *! 
Student from Lima, N. Y., 1849-52. A.B. A.M. 1855. Editor's assista 
M. E. book room, 200 Mulberry St., New York, and Principal's assista 
W-ard School No. 30, 1852. In Palmer & Mumford's Law Office, RochesK 

NoTK.— The sijjfti ft after any record signifies that no information has been furnish 
since edition of 1887. 



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. Y., for a short time. Teacher High School, Geneva, N. Y., 1854. 
tincipal Academy, Aurora, N. Y., 1854 ; Academy, Perry, N. Y., 1856-8. 
oined Genesee Conference of M. E. Chm-ch, 1857, Pastor 1857-70. Trans- 
ferred to Michigan Conference, 1870. Professor of Greek and Hebrew in 
.Klbion College since 1874. 
Harried 1855, Eliza E. Copeland, of Lima, N. Y. 
C&j/Jr^w— Charles Roliin, born 21 Feb. 1857. 

Arthur Leffingwell, born i Jan. i860. 
Lewis Copeland, born 13 Mar. 1862. 
Leil.\ Ada, born 26 Feb. 1864. 
John H. H., born 8 Oct. 1869, died £2 Oct. 1870. 
Residence. Albion, Mich. $5 

Class of 1853 

4. WILLIAM T. GEORGE 

B.S. Residence unknown. 

• 

5. *GEORGE K. JOHNSON 
Student from Elmira, N. Y. A.B. Died soon after graduation. 

6. MARY ERMINA NASH (SPENCE) 

Bom 13 Sept. 1832 at Perry, N. Y. Student from Perry, 1849-53. A.B. 
A.M. 1S56. 

Teacher of Ancient Languages in Elmira (N. Y.) Female College, 1855-62. 
Suptrintendent of Davis Deaconess' Home, Salt Lake City, Utah, since 
%iS95. 

Married 20 June 1854, G. O. Spence, M.D. of Lodi, Seneca Co., N. Y., 
wbodieri 19 Oct. 1886 at Cleveland, O. 

C«iV*yrr«— Frank Hamilton, born 28 May 1857. 
Frederick Elgenk, bom 23 Jan. 1869. 

Residence, Davis Deaconess* Home, Salt Lake City, I'tah. 



Class of 1854 

7. *DEXTER E. CLAPP 
A,B. AM. 1S57. Captain during the War of the Rebellion and after- 
*ani a teacher for some years. 
Died while Indian Agent at Yates Centre, Woodson Co., Kansas, 1882. 
(Mrs. Mary Clapp^s address, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas.) 

8. ♦HENRY DECKER 

Bom 4 Dec. 1832 at Livonia, N. Y. Student from Livonia, 1851-4. A.B. 
Law student, Albany Law School. Lawyer at Menasha, Wis., 1856-8; 
lima. N. Y., 1858-73; Chicago, 111., 1873-90. 



214 ALUMNI OP GBNBSBB COLLBGB I 

Justice of Peace at lyima, N. Y., 1861-9. Member of the Legislature 

Illinois, 1887-8. 

Broken health hindered entering the army but he assisted in raising troo 

Married 28 April 1856, Ann Elizabeth Grove of Lima, N. Y, 

Children — Gkokgb B. G., born 17 Dec. 1857 ; died 15 Jan. 1861. 

Henry Wrbstbr, born 24 Dec. 1859 ; died 8 Jan. 1861. 

Howard J., born 2 May 1863 (Edgewater, 111.) 

Infant, bom 19 Mar. 1865 ; died 20 Mar. 1865. 

Benton C, / *^^„ ,« ^^^ «,^ 

Cora Elizabeth, s ^^" ^^ ^^^- '^^7- 

Everett G., bom 20 June 1870; died 1893. 

Martha Mather, bom 28 Aug. 1872. 

Mary Yale, born i Apr. 1875 ; died 14 July 1876. 

Died 7 June 1890 at Chicago, 111. 

9. *GE0RGE benjamin GOODWIN 

Bom x8 Dec. 1832 at Mount Morris, N. Y. Student from Mount Mon 
1850-4. A.B. A.M. (Williams College) 1873. lawyer in Menasha, Wi 
1856-63; Milwaukee, Wis., 1865-86. 

Author of Metrical translation of " JA'^^t^," 1878, and compilation 
U. S. Revenue I^aws. Member Wisconsin Legislature. Member of G 
Fairchild's Staff. U. S. Internal Revenue Assessor, 1870-3. Captain 
2d Wisconsin Infantr>', 1861 ; Colonel of 41st Wisconsin Infantry, i8< 
guarded Memphis and Charleston R. R.; participated in several enga] 
ments. 
Married Apr. 1856, Harriet C. Decker of Livonia, N. Y. 
Children — Henry D., born 12 Apr. 1859. 

Martha Elizabeth, born 27 Nov. i860. 
Alida E., born 17 Aug. 1865. 
Clinton T., bom 14 Sept. 1869. 
George Benj. Jr., born 11 May 1874. 
Died I May 1886 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

10. SARAH LOUISE JACKMAN (GREGORY) 

Bom 28 Aug. 1832 at Alexander, N. Y. Student from Alexander, 1850 
A.B. A.M. 1872. 

Preceptress of Cooperstown Seminary, 1854-7. Private teacher of Lj 
guages and Music. Superintendent of the Department of Literatu 
W. C. T. L'., for many years. 

Married (1) 30 Sept. 1857, Rev. John C. Humphrey of Augusta, Ga, 
31 Aug. 1863, Paul Gregory, M.D., of Richmond, Va. 

Children — John C. H., bom 4 Aug. 1864 ; died 8 Sept. 1876. 
Gracia E., bom 19 Jan. 1866 ; died 2 June 1882. 
Paul J. , born 23 Sept. 1868. 

Residence, Marilla, N. Y. 



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215 



II. ♦JABEZ ROBERT JAQUES 

Born S Dec. 1S28 at Stourton, Warwickshire, England. Student from 

Lyons, X. V., 1850-4. A.B. A.M. 1857. Ph.D. 1875. D.I). (Indiana 

AiWy University) 1875. 

Principal Academy, Troupsburg, N. Y., 1S54-6 ; Classical Seminary, 

Ibibneld. Pa., 1856-7 Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Elmira, N. Y., 

fccchurch, 1S57-9; Hornellsville, N. Y., 1859-60 ; Rochester, N. \'., First 

Arch. 1860-2. Teacher of Classics in Rochester Collegiate Institute, 

ttj-v Professor of Greek and German in Illinois Wesleyan University, 

lootnington. 1865-75. President and Prof essor of Classics in .\lbert Col- 

kje, Belleville, Ont., 1875-85. President of Hedding College, Abingdon, 

Ilfcois. 1SS6— ? 

Ar.horof ** Study of Classical Languages" and "Peter Cartwright, the 
hcKCT Preacher ;' * also various pamphlets and published sermons ; articles 
'^Alumni Journal 0/ Illinois H'esleyon University, Methodist Magazine oi 
I«na:o. The People^ s Cydop(Cilia, Foster* s Cy eloper di a 0/ Prose Illustrations, 
T^Mfthodist Episcopal J *ulpit oi Canada, Wesley Memorial I'oluwe and 
Tke Guide to Holiness. 

FTitemal Dele^te to Methodist General Conference, Montreal, 1878; 
t*ict 1 member of the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Cbuch of Canada and once of the Methodist Church of Canada. 

Married ^i) 1855, Harriette C. Lyon of Benton Center, Yates Co., N.Y.; 
«.'i88i, Mrs. H. M. Wilson of Macedon Center, Wayne Co., N. Y. 

Ckiidren — W11.LIAM LYON, born 12 May 1856. 

Charles Randall, bom 24 Aug. 1867 ; died 25 Mar. 1868. 
Ruth LoriSK. born 15 Mar. 1871. 



Died 



I 



Class of 1855 



12. THADDEUS WILSON COLLINS 

Boni 15 Ax>r. 1830 at Rose, N. Y. Student from Rose, 1853-55. B.S. 
A.B. 1856. A.M. 1859. 

U*7er at Wolcott, N. Y., 1855-67; Lyons, N. Y., since 1867. Super- 
Tiior of the town of Wolcott, i860. Member of New York Assembly, 
18^3-5. County Judge and Surrogate of Wayne County, 1870-5. County 
]tdgeof Wayne county since 1880. 

Harried (i) Nov. 1858, Lovina A. Wood (No. 19) who died 19 May 1868 ; 
to 27 Feb. 1870. Corinthia E. Bottum; (3) 31 Jan. 1884, Mrs. Hannah 
Htvley of Lyons, N. Y. 
Children— TuAjyvEvs Wilson, Jr., bom 15 Jan. i860. 
William Wood, born 16 Aug. 1862. 
Mary Lovina, born 19 Nov. 1864. (Logan, No. 798.) 
Frederick Stephen, born June 1867. 
Francis Emmons, born 3 June 1874. 
Residence, Lyons, N. Y. 



2l6 AI^UMNI OP GENRSBB COI«I,BGE 

13. ALDEN GAGE WILCOX 
A.B. Mystic. A.M. 1858. Further history unknown. ^ 

Class of 1856 

14. GEORGE WARREN FRANKUN BUCK 

Born 5 May 1835. Student from Granger, N. Y., 1853-6. Mystic, 
A.M. 1859. 

Principal Academy, Rushford, N. Y., 1857-64. Engaged in 
study and farming, 1864-77. Engaged in editorial department of Ro> 
(N. Y.) Jixprcss and its successor the Rochester Post Express^ \l 
Farmer since April 1886. 

Residence, Lanioure, N. Dakota. $i 

THADDKUS WIUSON COLLINS 
1853-6. A.B. (See No. 12.) 

15. * JONAS BUELL 
Brother of No. 4 1 

Born 15 April 1831 in Genesee Co., N. Y. Student from Wayland, 
1854-6 B.S. Lawyer at Pensacola, Fla., 1860-1 ; Hayneville, Ala., i 
Montgomery, Ala., 1869-76 ; Rosita, Col., 1876-8 ; Tucson, Arizona, iJ 
Captain in Confederate army (Cavalry). 

Married 16 Aug. i860, Miss S. A. Finch of Belleville, Ala. 

Child — JamKvS L., born 31 July 1864. 

(Mrs. Buell's address, Tucson, Ariz.) 

Died 19 Dec. 1884 at Tucson, Arizona. 

16. MARY GREEN (WOOD) 

Born 20 Oct. 1835 at Mount Morris, N. Y. Student from Mt>unt ^ 
1852-6. A.B. A.M. 1859. 

Teacher in Academy, Perry, N. Y., 1856-64; Union School, Moun 
ris, N. Y., 1865-6. 

Married 21 Aug. 1866, William Wood of Butler, N. Y. 
Childreti — Georgk G., born 9 Nov. 1867. 

HoRATK) N., born 23 Aug. 1869. 

Angkunk B., born 9 July 1871. 

Julia D., born 29 June 1873. 

Waltkr Wallace, bom 5 Nov. 1876. 
Residence, Butler, X. Y. P. (). Westbury, N. Y. 

17. GEORGE HARVEY LOCEY 

Born 29 June 1834 at Candor, N. V. Student from Candor, 1853-6. 
Professor in University of Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. Principal 
Male and Female Seminary Tenn. Admitted to the bar in 



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217 



▼illc. Judge for a number of years. Interested in coal mines and min- 
erals. Candidate for Congress in the 8th Ilhnois District in x886 for the 
People's Party. 

Uterar>' work consists of lectures, addresses and editorial articles. 

Married i Sept. 1859, Jennie Ogden of Oswego, N. Y. 

Child — Edmuxd Taylor, bom 22 Aug. 1865. 

Residence, Wilmington, N. C. (temporarily). 

18. THOMAS DANIEL TOOKER 

Born 2 Oct. 1832 at Geneva, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 1853-6. 
trsnc B.S. M.S. 1872. A.M. 1877. 

Teacher in Seminary, Belfast, N. Y., 1857-8. Photographer at Ann 
4ikc, Mich., Toledo, Ohio, and other places mostly in Michigan, 1859-72. 
Bdkior of Boston Foiio, a musical journal, 1872-81. On editorial staff of 
Bisim Afusicaf Herald^ 1S82 ; also editor of ApoUo Musical Journal, Dec. 
ifii Engaged in general newspaper work since 1881 in connection with 
file press of Boston. Prominent as a Mason. 

Married 185S, Mary J. Nutten of Hornellsville, N. Y. 

Gi/i/— Minnie Mklancky, bom 3 June i860. 

Rtsidence, Hyde Park (Boston) Mass. 

19. *LO\INA ABIGAIL WOOD (COLLINS) 

Bora 18 Aug. 1833. Student from Red Creek, N. Y., 1855-6. A.B. 
AJL 1S59. 
Mirried Nov. 1858, Thaddeus W. Collins. (No. 12 ^. i\ for further 

ttol 19 May 1868. 



Class of 1857 

20. *EDWIN ALLEN 

Bern 10 Mar. 1833 at Barton, Vt. Student from Honeoye Falls, N. Y., 
>H>-iS57, four years. .\.B. B.D. (Union Theological Seminary) i860. 
8Went at Lane Seminary, Walnut Hills, O., 1857-9 ; Union Theol. Semi- 
•fT, Ncnr York city, 1859-60. Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor at Parma, 
*.Y., ife6i ; Rome, N.Y., 1862-5; Edwardsburg, Mich., 1866-7 ; Stone 
<*nich, Bergen, N. Y., 186*^73 ; Byron. N. Y., 1873-84; Holley,N. Y., 
**-»; Clarence, N. Y., 1888-94. 

Jtaied ( 1 ) 26 Sept. i860, Annie E. Linburg, of Honeoye Falls, N. Y. ; 
t» 11 Sept. 1886. Emma A. Pitcher, of Parma, N. Y. 
Ckildren — Elmer W., born 3 Aug. 1861. 

Martha L., bom 15 Sept. 1867 ; died 29 Sept. 1867. 
Edwin P., born 23 Aug. 1868. (Rochester, N. Y. ) 
Herbert Eugene, bom 5 Apr. 1871. 
DwiGHT Howe, bom 26 Jan. 1873. 
K«d 23 Mar. 1894 at Clarence, N. Y. 



2l8 AU^MNI OP GBNESBE COI^I^BGE 

21. JOHN ALLISON 

Bom 1 6 May 1821 in Nova Scotia. Student from St. Johns, New- 
wick, 1853-7. A.B. A.M. i860. 

Principal of Mt. Allison Ladies' Seminary, Sackville, N. B., eight 
Professor of Rhetoric and Belles I^ttres in Mt. Allison College two 
Principal of Classical School, Oconomowoc, Wis., three years. I 
pupils in training for College, ten years. Clergyman, Presbyterian, 
in the Winona, Minn., Presbytery. Edited the Northwestern 'Jeetoti 

An extensive lecturer on various subjects in the United State 
Canada. Has published pamphlets and sermons. 

Married 24 Nov. 1847, Martha Louise Knight (No. 22) of Frederic 
N. B. 

C/fitd-W. R., (M.D.) born 26 Feb. 1851. 

Residence, Canton, Minn. ^ 

22. MARTHA LOL'ISE KNIGHT (ALLISON) 

Born 26 Feb. 1823 in Newfoundland. Student from St. Johns 
Brunswick, 1853-7. A.B. A.M. i860. Assistant Principal of Mt. A 
Ladies' Academy, also of the Allison Classical Academy, Oconomowoc, 
Assistant Editor of the .Vorthwrsteni, LaCrosse, Wis. 

Married 24 Nov. 1847, John Allison (No. 21 g. v. for further record). 

Residence, Canton, Minn, ^i 

23. SUSAN MARIA RAIN (HOGOB(K)M) 

A.B. A.M. i860. 

Married Harmon S. Hogobooni (No. 28). 

Residence, Campbell, Minn. No record furnished. 

24. PETER B. BRADLEY 

Born 20 Oct. 1829 at Lyons, N. Y. Student from Lyons, 1854-7. M 
A.B. A.M. i860. 

Principal High School, Fort Wayne, Ind., 1858-9 ; High School, ( 
N. Y., 1860-2; No. 5 Grammar School, Rochester, N. Y., 1862-4; 
Industrial School, Rochester, N. Y., 1864-5. Manufacturer and dei 
photo, materials, Rochester, N. Y., 1865-83. With the Mutual Life 
ance Co. of New York, 1883-8. Commercial salesman for Centn 
Western N. Y., headquarters at Rochester, since 1888. President \ 
Co. Teachers 'Assoc, one year. Has given several addresses before the . 

Married 25 Oct. 1865, Lovina B. Hendrick, of Rochester, N. Y. 

Residence, 80 Rutger St., Rochester, N. Y. 

25. *JOHN AVERY BRODHEAD 

Born 7 June 1836 at Mansfield, Pa. Student from Owego, N. Y., i 
Mystic. A.B. A. M. 1861. Lawyer in Brooklyn, N. Y., in partn< 
with Gen. B. F. Tracy. Was a soldier in the war of 1861. 



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219 



Married (i) 19 June 1863, Tillie White of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, who died 
1867; (2) Jan. 1870. Clemence Cappelle of New York city, who died 1882. 

Children — May, born June 1867. 

John Cappelle, bom 4 Dec. 1870. 

Died 28 Mar. 1871 at Burlington, Iowa. (His son's address, 77 Aberdeen 
SL, Chicago. 111.) 

26. ♦HANNAH CASE 
Sisler of Nos. 73 and 105 

Born 18 June 1839 at Sodus, N. Y. Student from Sodus, 1854-7. B.S. 
Precrptress of Walworth and Red Creek (N. Y.) Academy, and of Gene- 
Re Wcsleyan Seminary, Lima, X. Y. 
Died at Sodus, N. Y. 

27. MICAJAH C. DEAN 

Bora 17 Feb. 1828 at Harrington, N. Y. Student from Harrington, 1853-7. 
Hvsnc. A.B. A.M. i860. 

Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics, Academy, Rushford, N. 
Y., 1857-S ; Mathematics and Natural History, Wesleyan Seminary and 
Female Collegiate Institute, Springfield, Vt., 1858-9. Principal and teacher 
rf hitellectual and Moral Science in same, 1860-64. Clergyman, Meth. 
Epjs. Pastoral Potter Center, N. Y., 1863-4; Mecklenburg, N. Y., 1864-5; 
Cwnung, N. Y., 1865-7; Troy, Pa., 1867-9; Canton, Pa., 1869-72; 
Tovanda, Pa., 1872-3; Rushville, N. Y., 1873-7 ; Brockport, N. Y., 1877-9 ; 
LeRoy, N. Y., 1879-82; Rocliester, Frank St., 1882-6; Warsaw, N. Y., 
i«S-7 ; Buffalo, N. Y. (Riverside), 1887-9 ; Angelica. N. Y., 1889-91 ; Hath, 
X. Y., 1S92-7 ; Ulysses, Pa., since 1897. 
Hirried 18 July 1859, Marie Louise McKinney of Rushford, N. Y. 
Ckildren — C>wEN Micajah, born 8.\pr. i860. (See Non-graduates.) 
Alice Loulse, born 17 Nov. 1861. 
Elliott Sterling, bom 22 Sept. 1867. 
Genevieve McDowell, bom 9 May 1871. 
Elizabeth Boyd, bom 4 Feb. 1874. (See Non-graduates.) 
William Inscho, born 27 Apr. 1877. 
John Newberry, born 21 Aug. 1878. 
LeRov Wentworth, born 18 Jan. 1882. 
Kcsidence, Ulysses, Pa. 

28. HARMON STALY HOGOBOOM 

A.B. Mystic. A.M. i860. 

Harried Susan M. Bain (No. 23). 

teidcnce, Campbell, Minn. No record furnished. 



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29. HENRY HOMER HUTTON 

Bom 3p May 183 1 at Brampton, Ontario. Student from Brampton, 1853-7. 
ttSTic. A.B. A. M. i860. Ph.D. (New York Univ.). 
Principal High School, Vienna, Ontario, 1857-9 ; Collegiate Institute, 



220 AI«UMNI OF GBNKSSB COI^LBGB 

Springfield, Vt., 1859-61 ; Eclectic Institute, Brampton, Ont., 1861-4 ; 
School, Markhara, Ont., 1864-9; High School, Troy, Pa., 1869-73; 
School, Waverly, N. Y., 1873-84; High School, Passaic, N.J, xSJ 
City Supt. of Schools, Passaic, N. J., since 1892. 

Author of " A Manual of Mensuration for Common and High Sch< 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1882. 

Married 28 Feb. 1859, Helen E. Whiting of Boston, Mass. 

Children — Hknry Cummings, born 7 Dec. 1859. 

Gertrude EwzABKTH, bom 12 Aug. 1864. 
Robert Morton, born 30 July 1870. 

Residence, Passaic, N. J. 



30. BELVA ANN McNALL (LOCKWOOD) 

Born 24 Oct. 1830 at Royalton, N. Y. Student from Royalton. \\ 
B.S. M.S. 1872. LL.B. (National University) 1873. Preceptress 1 
School, Lockport, N. Y., 1857-61. Principal Female Seminary, Gj 
ville, N. Y., 1861-2 ; Seminary, Hornellsville, N. Y., 1862-3. Prece] 
and proprietor of Female Seminary, Owego, N. Y., 1862-6. Teach 
Washington, D. C, 1866-8. 

Admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court, D. C, 1873 ; of the 
Supreme Court, 1879 ' ^^ U- S- Court of Claims, 1879 ; of P^ederal O 
Baltimore, Md., 1870 ; of the same of Boston, Mass., 1882 ; also of C< 
Courts in Virginia and Maryland. Lawyer at Washington, D. C, 

1873. 
Lectures on " National Prohibition," *' National Arbitration," " W 

Suffrage," "Woman and the Law," "Woman and Education," **i 

and Political Life in Washington," " The Present Aspect of tlieTei 

ance Cause," " The W^omen of To-day," " Across the Continent and 

I Saw,' and " Woman as Guardian." Associate editor of Peacemaker , 

tributor to various papers and magazines. Has compiled all the treat 

the U. S. with the various Governments of the world. 

Has published Memorial to the U. S. Senate on '• The Right of Won 
Vote," 23 Jan. 1871 ; an ** Argument before the Legislature of the Di 
of Columbia," 14 July, 1873, on the "Granting of Suffrage to Wome 
to Equal Pay in Office ;" " The Growth of Peace Principles;" " A Rt 
of International Arbitration." 

President of the Aid Society at Lockport, N. Y., that clothed and equ 
the 28lh Regt. N. Y. Vols. Member of Woman's Nat. Press Associa 
Corresp. Sec. of the Universal Peace Union ; U. S. Commissioner to 
gress of Charities and for the Protection of Children at Geneva, Svi 
land, Aug. 1896. Elecleil a member of the International Peace Bun 
Berne, Switzerlaml, 1892 ; re-elected, 1896 ; Sec. of the Amer. Branch 
World's Fair, 1893. 

Candidate for Pre.sident of the United States in 1884 for Women Su 
ists, and active in lecturing during the campaign. 



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(i) 8 Nov. 1848. Uriah McNall of Royalton. N. Y.; (2) i Mar. 
iM, Rev. Ezekiel Lockwood of Washington, D. C.,who died 25 Apr. 1877. 
Children — Lura, bom 31 July 1849 (Ormes); died 8 Jan. 1894. 

JESSIB Bflva, born 31 Jan. 1869 : died 31 July 187 1. 
Residence, 619 F. Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

31. ABEL C. MOON 
A.B. A.M. i860. Further history unknown. 

32. THOMAS WILLETT RHODES 

Born 21 May 1833 at Marcellus, N. Y. Student from Jordan, N.Y., at 
Wttieran University, 1853-4, at Genesee College, two years between 1854 
aiiis7. A,B. 

Employed on French'sGazetteer and Maps of New York, 1857-8. Teacher 
«f Greek and Latin Academy, Jonesville, N. Y., 1859. Farmer, Con- 
•od Catnillus, N. Y., 1859-66. In business, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1866-8; 
, Iowa, 1868-73. Farmer, Weyanwequa, Wis., 1873-86. Justice of 
the Peace. Enlisted in U. S. Vol. service ; rejected on examination. 
His published numerous articles in Agricultural and other |>apers. 
Harried 2 Oct. 1861, Esther Legg of Conquest, N. Y. 
Ckildrgn — ^JKSSIE Eloisb, bom 7 Aug. 1862 (Morse). 

WAI.TER Edson, born 22 Nov. 1869. 
Residence, Milwaukee, Wis. 

33. 'MARY EUSTICE WELLS 

B«5u Taught a district school near Perry, N. Y., 1857-8. Teacher in 
^rrr Academy, 1858-9. 
IM in the spring or early summer of 1859. 

34. CHARLES CHANDLER WHEELER 

A.B. A.M. (Wesleyan) i860. Qonn^c\,e&'mih Brookiyn Ea^le. 
Kcsidetice, 122 West 45th St., New York city. No record furnished. 



Class of 1858 

35. 'OTIS LLOYD GIBSON 

Bom 20 July 1831 at Pomfret, Vt. Student from Charleston, Pa., 1854-8. 
iB. A.M. 1861. 

fVincipal Academy, Randolph, N. Y., 1858-9; Academy, Penn Yan, 

K. v., 1859-61. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Troy, Pa., 1861-3 ; 

Hevark, N. Y., 1864-5; Elmira, Hedding church, 1866-7; Wellsboro, 

Ik., 1868-70; Towanda, Pa., 187 1-3; Cazenovia, N. Y., 1874-6 ; Jordan, 



222 ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLB6B 

N. Y., 1877 ; Lima, N. Y., 1878-80 ; Martin, Mich., 1880-1. Secretary 
Genesee Conference, 1863-70, and of Genesee Conference, 1880. Was 
the Christian Commission for a time. 

Married 8 April 1862, Frances A. Sweet of Dansville, N. Y. 
Children — John Sidney, born 28 Mar. 1863 (No. 615) ; died 21 Oct. 
Laura Ada, born 5 Mar. 1866. 
Eva H., born 8 Feb. 1868. 
Jennie E., born 18 Dec. 1869. 

George Edwin, born 27 Jan. 1872 ; died 15 Sept. 1890. 
WiLLARD RoswELL, born 16 May 1874 ; died 29 May 1884 
Susan B., bom 7 July 1877. 
Frances S., born 26 Oct. 1879. 
Died 14 Nov. 1 881 at Otsego, Michigan. 

36. STEPHEN HUMPHREY 
Student from Amherst, Nova Scotia. A.B. Further history unknov 

37. LOUIS KISTLER 

Born 25 June 1835 at Strasburg, Germany. Student from Victor, N 
1854-8. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1872. LL.D. (Berlin) 1864. * 

Teacher in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1857. Teach 
Providence Conference Seminary, Greenwich, R. I., 1858-62. Tra^ 
and studied in Europe (Berlin) 1862-5. Professor of Greek Languag< 
Literature, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.i 1865-78. Law>-' 
Chicago, 111., since 1878. Civil Magistrate at Chicago, 1883-97. 

Editorial writer on the Chicago Evening Journal y writing all the edit( 
on the Russo-Turkish war and European affairs in general. Has publi 
** Address of Welcome to Hon. James G. Blaine at Chicago, 1884.*' In 
his entire library, including MSS. prepared for publication, was destr 
by lire. 

Married (i) i860, Frances Dow of Greenwich, R. I., who died 1887 
Alvina Miller of Chicago, 111., who died 7 Aug. 1897. 

Children — Louis Melancthon, born 1861 ; died 20 Oct. 1881. 
Theodore, born 1870 ; died. 
Otto M., died in infancy. 
Ai^BERTiNA, died in infancy. 
Theresa, died in infancy. 

John Mili.er, born 8 July 1877, son of 2d wife, and ado 
Residence, 582 Sedgwick St., Chicago, 111. 

38. MELVILLE M. MERRELL 

Born 17 Aug. 1832 at Richmond, N. Y. Student from Richmond, 18 
Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1861. 

Teacher in academic schools as follows : Matawau, N. J., 185S-60 ; K 
town. Pa., 1860-1 ; Naples, N. Y., 1861-6; Watertown, N. Y., \l 



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1$SS AJUUMNI OF GBNBSBB COU.BGB 223 

Engaged in miscellaneous literary and business pursuits, mostly in New 
York city, 1868-78. Superintendent of Schools, Elmira, N. Y., 1878-82. 
Business in N. Y. city and Buffalo since 1882. 

Married Dec. 1878, Mary Edna Brown of New York city. 

Children — Howard Brown, bom 7 Oct. 1879. 
Mabei«, bom 10 Nov. 1883. 

Residence, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

39. BENTON CLARK RUDE 

Bom . Student from Mt. Morris. N. Y., 1855-8. Mystic. A.B. 

IM. 1861. 

I Principal Union School, Newark, N. Y., 1858-61 ; Union School, Hor- 
ladlsville, N. Y., 1861-2. Admitted to practice as Attorney and Counsellor 
fit Law. 1862. Lawyer at Geneseo, N. Y., 1862-3; Almond, N. Y., 1863-6; 
Vcllsville, N. Y., since 1866. Volunteered in 1861 but rejected because of 
defective eyesight. Enlisted about 260 men for civil war. Collector of 
r. S. Internal Re\'enue, 1868-9. Presented by his country for nomination 
for Justice of the Supreme Court, 18S2. Political Editor of Allegany 
Qmnly Reporter for three years, and occasional contributor to the maga- 
zises aud current press. 
Married 9 Aug. 1859. Ellen M. Sargent (No. 1797) of Sodus, N. Y. 
Ok/ii/— Benton S, born 3 Apr. 1871. 
Residence. Wellsville, N. Y. i^ 

40. 'JOEL DORMAN STEELE 

Bora 14 May 1836 at Lima, N. Y. Student from New York, 1854-8. A.B. 
I.K. 1861. Ph.D. (University of the State of New York). Fellow of the 
Geological Society of London. 

Teacher in Academy, Mexico, N. Y., 1858-61 ; Free School and Academy, 
Newark. N. Y., 1862-6; Free Academy, Elmira, N. Y., 1866-72. 

.\nthor of ** Fourteen Weeks in Chemistry," 1867 ; " Fourteen Weeks in 

Hsman Physiology," ** Fourteen Weeks in Geology," '* Fourteen Weeks in 

2oolcjgy," •* Fourteen Weeks in Botany," "Fourteen Weeks in Physics," 

"Fourteen Weeks in Astronomy," '* Fourteen Weeks in Hygienic Physiol- 

ogT," "Barnes' Brief History of the United States." "Brief History of 

Pttnce," " Brief I;iistory of Ancient Peoples," '* Brief History of Mediaeval 

•nd Modern Peoples," ** General History," "Brief History of Greece," 

"Brief History of Rome," "Popular History of United States," etc., etc.; 

iho numerous magazine and review articles. 

Alnmni Trustee Syracuse University, 1872-86. Enlisted in U. S. Vol. 
•wvice 1861 ; Capt. Co. K, 81 N. Y. Vol.; served in Peninsular Campaign ; 
•wmded in battle of Seven Pines ; honorably discharged on account of 
bounds, 1862. 
Married 1859, Esther Baker (No. 1885) of Watertown, N. Y. 
Wed at Elmira, N. Y.. 25 May 1886. 



224 AI^UMNI OF GHNKSBB COIJ^BGB iflj 

Class of 1859 
41. * david buell 

Brother of No. 15 

Born 3 May 1836 in Genesee Co., N. Y. Student from Wayland, N. Y 
1856-9. B.S. 

Teacher in Georgiana, Ala., i860, also connected with R. R. sorveji 
Studied Law in Hayiieville, Ala., with No. 15. Admitted to practice N61 
1866. Engaged in practice of profession at Greenville, Ala., 1866^ 
State Senator, 1878-80. 

First L/ieutenant in 8th Alabama Regt., C. S. A., 1861-3; transferred! 
Ordnance Dept., where he remained until the surrender at AppomAttia 
Had one brother, No. 15, in the Confederate service and two in Ufliai 
service. A member of the vestry of St. Thomas Episcopal church at GrM 
ville, Ala., holding various offices and lay reader for many years. BidH 
Wilmer said of him : *• He was ever dear to me and most precious toil 
Church. I have no lav-men like-minded left to me. The church at GfWI 
ville owes its continued existence to his loving care and zeal. I looked ft 
him to rise to higher position in the church. So did we all estimate liii 
and so do we lament his departure." 

Married 13 Oct. 1868, Flora Herbert of Greenville, Ala. 

Children — Jkssie, born 1870 ; died 1873. 
Flora, \yorn 1873. 
Edith, born 1875. 
Hkrbkrt, born 1877. 
Theodore, born 1880. 

Died 18 Nov. 1884 at Greenville, Alabama, where his family still residi 

42. HARRISON CHAMBERLAIN 

Bom 12 Jan. 1837 at Seneca Falls, N. Y. Student from Seneca Fid 
1855-9. '^•^* A.M. 1862. Engaged in business and manufacturii 
enterprises ; and more recently in banking, being President of t 
Exchange National Bank of Seneca Falls. 

Married 26 Dec. 1867, Ophelia G. Seymour of Seneca Palls. 
Children— Ion's Ravnor, born 3 Mar. 1869. 

Willis SKVMorR, born 10 Aug. (862 ; died 19 Sept. 1886. 
Mary Dickinson, born 8 Oct. 1874. 
Alice Filmc)RK, born 15 Oct. 1877. 
Residence, Seneca Falls, N. Y. ^ 

43. JOHN NKWTON DORRIS 

Born 23 Jan. 1835 at York, N. Y. Student from York. 1855-9. A. 
A.M. (Wesley an University) J862. A.M. 1872. 

Principal of School at Hampton, 111., 1859-60. Professor of Classics a 



859 ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COLI.BGB 225 

ielle Lettres in Pittsburgh Female College, 1861-3. Law student in Roch- 
sstcT and Buffalo, 1863-4. Admitted to the Bar of N. Y. State, 1865, and 
practiced La-w in Buffalo, N. Y., until 1875. Then entered the Government 
service in charge of Contracts for carrying the Mails. At present in the P.O* 
Depl. Enlisted in U. S. Military Service, but rejected on examination. 

Married 16 Nov. 1865, Louisa M. Whitman of Oakfield, N. Y. 

Children — Mabkl, born 23 Feb. 1871. 

Clara Elizabbth, born 2 Dec. 1880. 

Hesidence, \Vashington, D. O. 

44. CHARLES HENRY FOWLER 

Born 1S37 in Burford, Brant Co., Ont. Student from Newark, 111., 1855-9. 

Misnc. A.B. A.M. 1862. B.D. 1861, and D.D. (Garrett Biblical Insti- 

U*c\ 1866. LrL.D. (Wesleyan University) 1875, (Syracuse tf^ eundem ) 1878. 

Qo^yman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Chicago, 111., 1861-72. President of 

XcKthwcstem University, Evanston, 111., 1872-6. Editor of Christian 

AitocaU^ 1876-80. General Missionary Secretary, 1880-4. Elected to the 

cfice of Bishop, 18S4. 

pablished ** Colenso's Fallacies ** and *• Home and Health." 

(i) May 1863, Esther A. Warner (No. 48) of Lawrenceville, Pa., 
ihodied 27 Aug. 1866 ; (2) 1868, Myra Hitchcock of Chicago, 111. 
Children — Hattie. bom 24 Sept. 1870; died 5 Jan. 1882. 

Charles Hitchcock, born 18 Aug. 1873. 
Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 



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45. ISAAC GIBBARD 
Born II Sept. 1833 in Buckinghamshire, England. Student from Auburn, 
X.Y., 1855-9. Mystic. A.B. A. M. 1862 and 72. A.M. Wesleyan Univer- 
■ty)i862. D.D. 1880. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Naples, N.Y., 1859 ; Rochester, Com- 
Wl, i860; Dansville, N. Y., 1861-2. Principal East Genesee Conference 
toiiiary, OWd. N. Y., 1863-4; Rush, N. Y., 1865-6. Student at Berlin, 
Me and Zurich, and traveler in Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 1867-8. 
^•or at Phelps, N. Y., 1869-71; Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1872-3. Super- 
■BBttaTv since 1874. Manager Western House of Refuge, Rochester, N. Y., 
■■ce 1S80. Alamni Trustee, Syracuse University, 1882-92. President 
^l«nni Association, Syracuse University, 1880. Chaplain 143 N. Y. Vol. 
■x months, 1863. Appointed by Gov. Cleveland, Mar. 1893, Manager of 
*ce Industrial School at Rochester, N. Y., and several times reappointed, 
'^tadent of Board of Managers, 
^'•med 2 Nov. 1859, Louisa Smith of Rush, N. Y. 
Ckildren—^^^UK M., bom i Aug. i860. 
Louisa E., born 9 Sept. 1862. 
Sarah BEI.1.E, born 25 July 1866. 
JosiE May, bom 19 Aug. 1872. 
Residence, 606 West Ave.. Rochester, N. Y. 



226 AI^UMNI OF GENBSEE COLI^BGB iSf 

46. RICHARD E. GREEN 

Bom 24 Aug. 1839 at Mt. Morris, N. Y. Student from Mt. Mc 
1857-9. A.B. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Natural Sciences in Academy, Penn ' 
N. Y., 1859-63. In employ of Messenger, Banker at Canandaigua 
Cortland. N. Y., till fall of 1864. Principal Union School, Mt. Mc 
N. Y., 1864-5. Since Oct. 1865, in the Petroleum business at Miller F; 
Pa., 1865-71; Parker's Landing and Petrolia, 1872-82; Jamestown, N 
1882-3 ; Buffalo, N. Y., since Oct. 1883. 
Married 25 Nov. 1873, Kate Rowe of Parker's Landing, Pa. 
Children — MoLUE A., born 7 Dec. 1874. 

John Maynard, born 21 May 1878. 
George Lawrknck, born 2 Feb. 1880. 
JUi*iA B., bom 9 Mar. 1881. 
Kate, bom 11 Jan. 1884. 
Philo, born 16 Apr. 1886. 
Residence, BufFalp, N. Y. § 

47. SAMUEL COX MILLER 

Born 28 Dec. 1830 at Connersville, Ind. Student from Greencastle, ] 
four terms, between 1858 and 1859. A.B. A.M. 1863. 

Principal Academy, Marion, Ind., 1860-1. Farmer in Iowa, i8( 
Principal Collegiate Institute, New Carlisle, Ind., 1865. Superinten 
Public Schools, Wabash, Ind. 1866. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. since 1 
holding supernumerary relation since 1877. 

Married 29 June 1859, Susan E. Beswick of Greencastle, Ind. 
Children — Georgia Lane, born 28 Jan. 1862. (Long, Chili, Ind.) 
Edmond Beswick, born 27 June 1863. 
Sarah Euza, born 5 Feb. 1866. (Elliott, Rich Valley, 1 
Lai'ra Frances, born 16 Dec. 1870. (Ward, Pettysville, 1 
Residence, Pettysville, Ind. 

48. *ESTHER ANN WARNER (FOWLER) 

Bom at Lawrenceville, Pa., Jan. 1837. Student from I^awrencev 
1855-9 A.B. A.M. 1862. 
Married May 1863, Charles Henry Fowler (No 44) of Chicago, 111. 
Died at Chicago, 111., 27 Aug. 1866. 

Class ok i860 

49. *JOHN ALABASTER 

Born 2 Jan. 1836 at Geneva, N. Y. Student from Geneva in Hobart 
lege, 1856-8 ; in Genesee College, 185&-60. A.B. A.M. 1863. D.D. i 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Sweden Center, N.Y., i860; Nia; 
Falls, N. Y., 1861 ; North Chemung, N. Y., 1862 ; Southport. N. Y., i 



i6o ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COU.BGB 227 

Uvana, N. Y., 1864 ; Ovid, N. Y., 18^ ; Helena, Arkansas and Ovid, N,Y., 
S66; Caaandai^ua, N. Y., 1867-9; Palmyra, N. Y., 1870; Elmira, N. Y., 
aedding Church. 1871-3 ; Cortland, N. Y., 1874-6 ; Auburn, N. Y., 1877-8; 
kan Arbor, Mich., 1879-81 ; Detroit, Mich., 1882; Indianapolis, Indiana, 
1885-4 ; Chicago. 111., Trinity church, 1885-7. 

Lectured extensively on a great variety of subjects. Delegate of the 
Christian Coxnmission, 1885. Gave the first Alumni Address before the 
Sjrrscuse University. 

Married (i) 25 July i860, Harriet Ann Bemish of Rochester, N. Y.; (2) 
14 Oct. 1S82, Adelaide Smith of Ann Arbor, Mich. (Address, 900 State St., 
Ana Arbor, Mich. ) 
CkUdrt'n — Mary Margaret, bom 8 March 1862. (Osborne.) 

Harriet Louise, bom 28 March 1864 ; died 31 Jan. 1872. 
Francis Asburv, born 10 June 1866. (Univ. Place, Neb.) 
John Lewis, bom 10 Jan. 1870. (Arlington Heights, 111.) 
Fannie Grace, born 20 Mar. 1872. (Arlington Heights, 111.) 
Minnie Opheua, bora 8 Aug. 1874. (Arlington Heights, 111.) 
Arthur \Vesi,ev, born 10 Aug. 1885. 
James Walter, born 31 Aug. 1887. 
Died 7 Sept. 1887 at Canandaigua, N. Y. 

50. ♦JOHN WESLEY CHAMBERLAIN 

Bom II Sept. 1839 at Seneca Falls, N. Y. Student from Seneca Falls, 
lajWa A.B. A.M. 1863. 
Engaged in grain forwarding and flour trade at Seneca Falls until 
bdcath. 
Xarried 15 Nov. 1864, Josephine Harman of Lima, N. Y., who died 12 
Xw. 1867. 
CWtf— John, born 1866 ; died 20 Sept. 1866. 
Died 17 Apr. 1868 at Seneca Falls, N. Y. 



51. HENRY SEELEY DENNIS 

Brother of Nos. 52 and 206 
Bom 2 Dec. 1841 at Canoga, N. Y. Student from Newark, N. Y., 1857-60. 
^ A.M. 1863. 

• Uw student at Rochester, N. Y., 1860-3. Admitted to the Bar, Dec. 
*3. Teacher at East Genesee Conference Seminary, Ovid, N. Y., 1866-9. 
Qttgyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Hammondsport, 1 870-1. Ordained 
^^*coii in Episcopal church, 1873 ; presbyter 1874. Rector of St. James 
*»ch, Buffalo, N. Y., 1874-6; St. Luke's church, Branchport, N. Y.. 
"•?^9; St. John's church, Medina, N. Y., 1879-85; St. John's church, 
-^" fiodns, N. Y., 1885-90 ; Honeoye FalU, N. Y., 1890-5; Bradford, N. Y., 

><«ried 9 Sept. 1874. Mrs. M. K. Bates of Victor, N. Y. 



228 ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COLI«BGB i860 

Children — Jambs, born 10 July 1875. 

Mary Rbbkcca, born 23 Feb. 1877. 

Elizabeth Jane, born 30 Mar. 1879. 
Residence, Bradford, N. Y. 



52. JAMES HOGARTH DENNIS 
Brother of Nos. 51 and 206 

Born at Lyons, N. Y., 16 Nov. 1840. Student from Newark, N. Y., 
1856-60. A.B. A.M. 1863. 

Clergyman, Prot. Epis. Rector St. James* church, Rochester, N. Y., 
since 1875. Has published two novels : ** Andrew, A Romance," and "The 
Wooden Bottle." President of the Rochester Art Club. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. ;; 



53. ALVA HULL DORRIS 

Born 27 March 1837 at York, N. Y. Student from Florence, Mich., 
1857-60. B.S. A.M. (hon. causa) 1864 and 1875. M.D. 1875. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Seminary, Dansville, N. Y., 1860-3. Principal 
Union School, Centerville, Mich., 1863-5. Teacher of Mathematics, Palley 
Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1865-8. Book-keeper and General Manager Com- 
mission Agency, Louisville, Ky., 1868-73. Physician at Milwaukee, Wis., 
1875-6 ; Fond du Lac, Wis., 1876-80 ; Lincoln, Neb. since 1880. 

Married 1862, Elizabeth Kelsey of West Henrietta, N. Y. 

Children — Inez C, born 3 Oct. 1865. 

Fred, born 6 Oct. 1868 ; died 17 June 1885. 

Residence, Lincoln, Neb. 



54. PHILO WOOD WORTH DORRIS 

Born 13 July 1839 at York, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y. A.B. i86a 
A.M. 1863. 

Teacher of Ancient Languages and Mathematics in Seminary, Dansville, 
N. Y., 1861-4. Teacher, chiefly in Buffalo, N. Y., 1865-70; in employ of 
Howe Machine Co., at Louisville, Ky.. and Milwaukee, Wis., 1870-4. 
Secretary of The World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., 
since 1874. In the army from 1864 to the close of the war. 

Married 27 July 1870, Louise E. McBride of Auburn, N. Y., who died 21 
Auj?. 1879, 

Children — George McBride, born 7 June 1872 ; died 4 Nov. 1872. 
F'red McBride, born 24 July 1874. 

Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. g 



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55. CHARLES EDDY 

Bom 1 1 Feb. 1836 at Oakland, Brant Co., Ontario. Student from Oakland, 
i»5S-6o. A.B. A.M. 1863. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Scottsville, N. Y., i860; Stafford, N. 
Y.. 1861-2 ; Hamburg, N. Y., 1863-4; Eden, N. Y., 1864-5 I Darien, N. Y., 
1565-6; Wyoming, N. Y., 1867-8; Springville, N. Y., 1869-70; Akron, 
X. v., 1S71-3; Rochester, Asbury church, 1874-5; Honeoye Falls, N. Y., 
1S76-S: Clifton Springs, N. Y., 1879-81; Baldwinsville, N. Y., 1882-4; 
Cazenovia, N. Y., 1885; Wilcott, N. Y.; Jordan, N. Y.; Watkins, N. Y.; 
Middlesex, N. Y., since 1897. Served under the Christian Commission in 
ipring of 1S65. Traveled in Europe 1889. 
Marrie*! 13 Nov. i860, Helen Hurlburt of Scottsville, Monroe Co., N. Y. 
O.'/t/— Charles Major, bom 22 Sept. 1861. (No. 662.) 
SLcsid-nce, Middlesex, N. Y. 

56. EDWIN McKEE 

Student from Hinsdale, N. Y. A.B. No record furnished. 
Residence, 10 Vine St., Macon, Mo. 



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57. * GEORGE Mcknight 

Bom 14 Mar. 1840 at Sterling, N. Y. Student from Sterling, 1857-60. A.B. 
K.D. (Buffalo) 1864. 
Physician at Sterling, N. Y., 1864-83. Invalid, 1883-97. 
H» published, *'Firra Ground " (Sonnets) 1877 ; "Life and Faith " (Sou- 
■eosj 1S7S. 

Married (1)3 Dec. 1868, Martha McCrea of Fair Haven, N. Y., who died 
l6.\pr. 1872 ; (2) 14 Oct. 1874, Virginia Harley of Wooster, Ohio. 
Child frtt — Herbert, bom ii May 1870. 

May Harley, bom 9 Oct. 1877 ; died 15 Apr. 1879. 
Died 16 Mar. 1897 at Oswego, N. Y. 

58. ERASTUS PECK 

Bom 3 Dec. 1839 at Benton, N. Y. Student from Bellona, N. Y., 1856- 
faw .\.B. 

law student at Mason, Mich., 1860-3, acting as clerk in the House of 
Representatives during the sessions of the Michigan Legislature, at Lansing, 
JBdi ; also legislative correspondent of the Detroit Adrctiist^r during same 
^riod. Clerk in Provost Marshall's office, Jackson, Mich., from 1864 until 
4e mustering out of the Michigan troops. lawyer at Jackson, Mich., 
J^6M8. Circuit Judge, Fourth Judicial Dist. Mich., since 1888. 
Married Sept. 1871, Ella R. Mundy of Jackson, Mich. 
C*fWr,f«— William Mundy, born 20 May 1874 ; died 8 Mar. 1882. 

Sara Katherinb, born 29 Mar. 1885. 
Residence. Jackson, Mich. 



230 ALUMNI OF GENBSBB COI^LEGB 

59. ALEXANDER ALONZO PHELPS 

Born 28 Feb. 1836 at Monterey, N. Y. Student from Lima. N. Y.. j 
60. A.B. A.M. 1863. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis., 1860-8. Pastor at Perry, Parma, Lyndon^ 
Akron, Pekin, Lockport and Rochester, N. Y. Since 1868, teacher, o 
and evangelist. 

Author of •' Life of Mrs. Fanny L. Bartletl," ** A Masonic Conspire 
numerous magazine articles ; and for ten years editor of The Bible Ban 
Married 21 June i860, Rosette A. Bush of Hamlin, Monroe Co., N. Y 
Children — Elvena W., born 21 June 1861. 
ROSKTTA B., born 29 Dec. 1863. 
Adkli^a C, born 15 Oct. 1866. 
Flora May, born 26 Jan. 1871. 
Residence, Lima, N. Y. i^ 

60. BRADFORD SIMMONS POTTER 

Born 5 June 1836 at Walworth. N. Y. Student from Walworth, 18, 
and 185S-60. A.B. A.M. 1863. Ph.D. (Illinois Wesleyan Universi 
1883 (Math.) 

Teacher in private High School, New Albany, Ind., 1860-1. Assis 
and afterwards principal of Academy, Mexico, N. Y., 1861-2. Assoc 
Principal at New Albany, Ind., 1862-4. Principal of same, 1864-5. Jol 
and retail dealer in books and wall-paper. Browning & Potter, New Albi 
Ind., 1865-6. Professor of Mathematics in Baker University, Baldwin C 
Kansas, 1866-7 ; of Natural Sciences in Illinois Wesleyan Univcn 
1867-74. Teacher of Mathematics, North Missouri State Normal Sch 
Kirksville, Mo., 1874-9. Principal of State Normal School, Shippt 
burg. Pa., 1879-82. Professor of Mathematics, State Normal Sch 
Edinboro, Pa., 1882-3. Professor of Natural Sciences, Illinois Wesk 
University, 1883-4. Professor of Mathematics in same, 1884-92. Secret 
of a Building and Loan Association, 1892-6. Member of Board of Edi 
tion, Bloomington, 111., since 1895 and Secretary of the Board. 

Published "The Word System applied to Numbers,*' 187 1. Assisted 
Baldwin on his " Art of School Management " and other works, 1876-9 

Married 22 June 1865, Mary Adelaide Farrington of Xenia, Ohio. 

Children — Maxweli, E., born 24 Apr. 1867 ; died 28 Sept. 1867. 
Rai,ph F., born 29 Sept. 1868. 
Mary R., born 30 Jan. 1871. 

Residence, Bloomington, 111. 

61. FRED HOLMES POTTER 

Born 19 Dec. 1840 at Albion, N. Y. Student from Albion, 1858-60. 

Cashier ist Nat. Bank. Kalamazoo, Mich., 1866-7. Member of fir 
George L. Burrows & Co., bankers, Saginaw, Mich., since 1868. May 
city of Saginaw, Mich., 1875-6. 






l86o AI,UMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLBGB 23 1 

Married 6 Oct. 1869, Emina Hogebooxn of Kalamazoo, Micb. 
Children — Marcia, bom 3 Sept. 1870. 

Fred H. Jr., born 16 Oct. 1871. 

George C, born 19 Nov. 1873. 

Harry B., born 25 Apr. 1875. 

Robert B., bom 17 Sept. 1876. 

Mabei,, bom 19 Sept. 1878; died 5 Feb. 1880. 
Residence, Saginaw, Mich. 



62. *FRANKIvIN F. SAUNDERS 
A.B. A.M. 1863. Further history unknown. 

63. *ROSS CLARK SCOTT 

Bora 19 Oct. 1838 at Rutland, N. Y. Student from Watertown, N. Y.. 
iSST-fo. B.S. M.S. 1873. 

Lawyer at Watertown, N. Y. Special Surrogate of Jefferson county, 
1S65-78. Surrogate of Jeiferson county, 1878-96. Alderman ist Ward, 
Wttertown. 1872-5. Connected with the Fire Dept. since 1864 and pub- 
Hshcd several histories of the dept., the last in 1897. 

Married 12 Oct. 1864, Fanny A. Lord of Watertown, N. Y. 

Children — Evarts Lord, bom 20 June 1866; died 27 Mar. 1876, 
Ai*i.YN Ross, bom 23 Nov. 1874. 
Charles Henry, bom 15 Aug. 1882. 

Died 20 Sept. 1898 at Watertown, N. Y. 

64. *SCHUYLER FISK SEAGER 

Bom 6 Julv 1842 at Lima, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y. A.B. A.M. 
% 

law student in office of Judge J. W. Longyear of Lansing, Mich., with 
'Iwii he became a partner and to whose business he succeeded. Lieutenant 
»Wi Michigan Cavalry from 1862 to the close of the war. 

Mirried (i) 25 Dec. 1868, Alice Berry of Adrian, Mich.; (2) Sept. 1S81, 
Gertrude M. Berry. 
C4i7(/rf«— James B., born 1869. 
Harry R. 
Schuyler Fisk. 
Richard B., born 1882. 
Died 6 Nov. 1883 at Lansing, Mich. 



65. JOHN DE LA FLETCHER SLEE 

— I BwB 4 Oct 1837 at Delta, N. Y. Student from Red Creek, N. Y., 1857- 
fc; Mystic A.B. A.M. 1863. 
Teacher in Falley Seminary, Fulton, Oswego, Co., N. Y., 1860-5. Special 



232 AI«UMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLBGB 

Agent of the Travelers Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., with resides 
Fulton, for six months. General Salesman of the Anthracite Coal 
ciation, 1865-9. Member of the firm of Langdon & Co., Elmira, J 
since 1869. 

Married 20 Nov. 1862, Emma V. Underhill of Red Creek, N. Y. 
Childten — Ai^iCE Underhii.i., bom 12 June 1864 ; died 27 Aug. i86« 
Elizabeth, born 6 Jan. 1867. 
Clara, bom 10 May 1874. 
Jay Fletcher, bom 28 Nov. 1880. 
Residence, Elmira, N. Y. 

66. *JOSEPH W. SNOW 

Born 30 June 183S at Avon, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y. M\ 
B.S. Journalist in Dubuque, Iowa, 1860-70. 
Died 21 Sept. 1870 at Chicago, 111. 

67. OTHELLO HAWKS STEVENS 

Born 26 Mar. 1837 at Richmond, N. Y. Student from Honeove, N 
1856-60. A.B. A.M. 1863. 

Professor of I^anguages and Natural Science at Madison College, Am 
Ohio, Fall of i860. Teacher, Bridgeport, Ohio, andCollamer, Ohio, lU 
Warsaw, N. Y., 1861-2 ; Public School No. 17, Rochester, N. Y., 181 
Admitted to the Bar, i Dec. 1863, since which time lawyer at Roche 
N. Y. Since Aug. 1873, engaged in constant contest with liquor dea 

Has contributed many articles to the Rochester (N.Y.) press, mostly 
cussing legal questions relating to the liquor traffic. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

68. CHARLES MUNSON UNDERHILL 

Born 4 Sept. 1839 at Red Creek, N. Y. Student from Red Creek, 185; 
Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1863. 

Teacher in Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1860-6. Insurance ^ 
1866-7. ^oqX agent at Rochester, N. Y., 1867-9. A member of coal 
of I. Langdon vS: Co., Elmira and Buffalo, N. Y., since 1869. 

Married 20 Nov. 1863, Anna A. Price of Newark, N. Y. 

Childtrn — Bkrtha Prick, born 24 Aug. 1864. 
IR\T[NG Slek, born 20 Mar. 1866. 
ArousTus, born 6 Apr. 1867. 

Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

69. WILLIAM H. WEBSTER 

Bom 25 Apr. 1835 at Pontiac, Mich. Student from Penfield, N 
1859-60. B.S. 
Lawyer at Rochester. N. Y., 1864-6; Pt. Pleasant, W.Va., 1866-71; 



860-I AIAJMUl OF GBNBSEE COIyLBGE 233 

rad City and Lincoln, Neb., 1871-92. Member of the Legislature of W. Va., 
[867-70. Treasurer of Merrick Co., Neb., 1884-8. 

Enlisted as private in Co. I, 8th N. Y. Cavalry in Sept., 1861 ; Rattallion 
2- M.. 27 Nov. 186 1 to 19 Feb. 1862 ; promoted to ist Lieut., Feb. 1862 ; 
to Captain. June 1863; wounded at Beverly Ford, Va., 16 Apr. 1863 and 
discharged from hospital 10 Aug. 1863. 

Married ( i ) 20 July 1861, Mary A. Palmer of West Walworth, N. Y.; (2) 
xjSept. 1893, Mary A. Burnett of Webster, N. Y. 
Ckildrcfi — Alvir\ P., born ii May 1862; died 25 Aug. 1890. 

Cora E., born 22 June 1866. 
ilesidence, Indianapolis, Ind. 

70. FRANCES ELIZA YORK (SPEAR) 
Bora ri Jan. 1841 at Benton, N. Y. Student from Benton, 1856-60. 
A.B. A.M. 1S63. 
H Preceptress of Union School in Warren, Ohio. 

Married 28 Sept. 1864, William Thomas Spear of Warren, (^hio, now 
ijndge of the Supreme Court of Ohio. 
Children — Louis HOYT, born 15 Sept. 1865. 

Frederick Reed, born 23 Feb. 1869. 
Lawrence, born 23 Oct. 1870. 
David Adams, born 30 Aug. 1876. 
lUsdence, Warren, Ohio. ? 

Class of i86i 

71. LUCY ALDRICH (OSBAND) 

Born 27 Oct. 1835 at Arcadia, N. Y. Student from Newark, N. Y., two 
!«r*. between 1858 and 1861. A.B. A.M. 1864 and 1876. 

Preceptress of Wesleyan Seminary, Gouverneur, N. Y., 1861-4; of Col- 
kfe of Bell ville. Out., 1864-5; of Union School, Nortliville, Mich., 1865-8. 
tttchcrof Greek, Olivet College, 187 1-2. Preceptress and Professor of 

Weni Languages, Albion College, 1872-8. Professor of Natural Sciences, 

*tte Normal School, Ypsilanti, Mich., 1882-95. 
Married 7 Aug. 1861, William M. Osband of Newark, N. Y. (No. 80 q, v, 

^hrther record.) 
Residence, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

72. SARAH ANN BARR (MACLAY) 
Born 22 Feb. 1835, at Erie, Pa. Student 1858-61, from Erie. B.S. M.S. 

Teacher in California, 1863-82, a short time in private schools, in the 
CtivCTsity of the Pacific, and for fourteen years in the Girl's High School 
■San Francisco. Since 1884 in the Anglo Japanese College, Tokio, Japan. 

^*arried6June 1882, R. S. Maclay, D.D., of Yokohama, Japan. 

^<«^iice, Tokio, Japan. % 



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AI^UMNI OF GBNBSBB COI^LBGB 



73. *CHARLES ZOPHAR CASE 
Brother of Nos. a6 and 105 

Born 21 July 1837 at Sodus, N. Y. Student from Sodus, 1858^1. 
A.M. 1864. 

Teacher of .-Vncient Languages, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
N. Y., 1861-3. Clergyman, Meth. Kpis. Pastor at Dresden, N; Y., 
Benton Center, N. Y., 1864-6; Elmira, N. Y., Hedding church, il 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 1870; Elmira, First church, 1871-2. 
Married 18 June 1863, Helen Brown of Rochester, N. Y. 
Children — Howard Brown, born 20 Apr. 1864. 

Charijcs Vincent, born 29 Sept. 1867. 
Fanny Louksk, born 29 Sept. 1867. 
Emma Grace, born 14 Sept. 1870. 



Died 19 Oct. 1872 at Clifton Springs, N. Y. 



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74. JOHN ARTHUR CLARK 

Born If Apr. 1837 at Carleton, St. Johns, N. B. Student from 
1856-61, four years. A.B. A.M. 1864. 

Teacher of Latin and English Literature in Seminary, Cazenovia, N. 
i86(-2. In business at St. Johns, 1862-4. Clergyman, Methodist. Fastocj 
Pugwash, N. S., 1864-5 ; Kingselear, N. B., 1865-8 ; Halifax, Nova 
1868-72; St. Stephen, N. B., 1872-4; Supernumerary, 1874-6; Germdal 
church, St. JohnS; N. B., 1876-7 ; Supernumerary, 1877-83. Pastor at< 
son, N. B,, 1883-4 ; St. Andrews, N. B., 1884-7 ; Newcastle, 1887-90. 
ply at Bradford, Vt., 1890-1 ; Pastor at Milltown, N. B., 1891-4 ; Poilii^ 
Bute, N. B., 1894-6 ; Newcastle, N. B., since 1896. Chairman of St. 
District, Conf. N. B. and Prince Edward's Lsland, 1885-7 I of Mil 
Dist., 1888-90; of St. Stephen Dist.. 189 1-4 ; of Sackville Dist., 1894-6;] 
Mi ramach i Dist., since 1896. Delegate to the General Conference,! 
treal, 1890, London, Ont., 1894. 

Married (1)8 Sept. 1870, Mary Lizzie Robinson of St. Johns, N. B., 
died 21 Mar. 1885 ; (2) i Dec. 1886, Mrs. Marietta Stevenson, nee' 
of St. Stephen, N. B. 

Children^TiiouAS Wm. Robinson, born 13 July 1871 ; died 2 Dec. 
Hannah Gertrude, born 19 Apr. 1875. 
Ai^iNE Hortense, born 17 July, 1877; died 4 Mar. 1881. 
Ray Macdonald, bom 31 Mar. 1879 1 died i Mar. 1881. 
Sarah Jean vSpurr, bom 9 Feb. 1881. 
Percy Sutheri,and, born 29 May 1882. 
Ali^an Campbeix, born 5 Nov. 1883 ; died 12 Sept. 1884. 
Residence, Newcastle, N. B. 

75. WILBUR FISK FLINT 

Student from Lima, N. Y. A.B. A.M. 1864. Enlisted in the 
N. Y. Volunteers. 
Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 



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I%I AI^UMNI OF GRNBSBB COI^LBOB 235 

76. JULIUS CHARLES HITCHCOCK 

Brother of No. 130 

Bora I Jan. 1836 at Dela\eare, Oxford Co., Ontario. Student from Sarnia, 
Out, 1857-61. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1864 and 1872. 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at East Palmyra, N. Y., 1861-2 ; Middle- 
sex, N.Y., 1862-3; Ovid, N. v., 1863-4; Henrietta, N. Y., 1864-5 ; West 
Vebrter. N. Y., 1865-6; Wayland, N. Y., 1866-7, Nunda, N. Y., 1867-9; 
lironia, N. Y., 1869-72 ; Brockport. N. Y., 1872-3 ; East Bloomfield, N. Y., 
'*^3-4; Naples, N. Y., 1874-7; Bergen, N. Y., 1877-8; Sodus, N. Y., 
iSf;isi ; Montezuma, N. Y., 1881-2 ; Union Springs, N. Y., 1882-5 ; War- 
im,N. Y., 1885-90; Minoa, N. Y., 1890-1 ; Port Gibson, N. Y., 1891-7 ; 
lodi,N. Y., i897-« ; Jamesville. N. Y., since 1898. 
Agent Christian Commission Feb. to May 1865. 
Married 9 July i86r, Finett R. Potter of Rochester, N. Y. 
Children ^QuARhns Frankun, bom 14 May, 1862. (See Non-graduates.) 
Lyman Potter, born 28 Dec. 1863. (No. 905.) 
Embury A., bom 26 June 1866. (See Non-graduates.) 
Thomson K., born 17 Dec. 1869; died 22 Jan. 1890. 
Lrv'ONiA May, bom 20 May 1872 ; died 25 Dec. 1895. (See Non- 

graduates.) 
Myra Finett, bom 12 Mar. 1876. (See Non-graduates.) 
Residence, Jamesville, N. Y. 

77. SARAH MARCIA HOLLAND (ELLERY. 

Bora 21 Aug. 1833 at Boston, Mass. Student from Chelsea, Mass., 
%-6i. A.B. A.M. 1864. 

PlHBceptress at Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., i86i~2. Teacher in Ladies* 
Crilege, Hamilton, Ont., 1862-4 ; in Dr. R. S. Humphries* Private School, 
iHlnB, Mass. 1865. Preceptress in Drew Ladies* Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 

«-7. 
Harried 2 June 1869, Harrison Ellery of Chelsea, Mass., Compiler of 

^Pickering Genealogy.'* 

Ckildren — May, bom 19 Sept. 1870. 

Frances Tempi,e, bom 6 May 1872. 

William B., bom 17 May 1874. 
Residence, Chelsea, Mass. 

78. JAMES HARMON HOOSE 

Bom 24 Jan. 1834 at Wamerville, N. Y. Student from Parish, N. Y. , 
1859^1. B.S. A,M. /umoris causa, 186^. Ph.D. /lonoris causa, 1S72. 

Principal of Seminary, Wamerville. N. Y. Teacher of English in 
Academy, Homer, N. Y.; of Mathematics in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
lima, N. Y. Principal of W^ard School, No. 4, Oswego, N. Y. Assistant 
IB Science in Oswego Normal School. Teacher of Theory and Practice in 
Brockport Normal School. Principal of Normal School, Cortland N. Y., 
1869-91. Engaged in Horticnlttire as a main occi)pation vdth some public 



236 AI«UMNI OF GBNESBB COLI^BGB 

educational work in addition. Professor of Pedagogy in the Universit 
Southern California, Los. Angeles, Cat., since 1896. Alumni trustee, & 
cuse University, 1872-89. 

Has published several pamphlets on educational subjects, also the foD 
ing books: "Practical Suggestions to American Tourists," ** Travel 
Abroad," "Studies in Articulation," 1876 ; "On the province of Metli 
of Teaching," " First Year Text Book in Numbers, Pestalozzian Systa 
1882, in addition to numerous contributions and addresses in educatio 
journals. 

Marrietl (i) i86i, Lemoyne A. Hale (No. 131) of New Haven, N. Y., 1 
died 21 July 1871 ; (2) Helen K. Hubbard, of Norwich, N. Y. 

Children — Hattik Lemoynk, born 13 July 1871 ; died 24 Apr. 1875. 
Helen Lkmoyne, born 27 July 1879. 
James Harmon, Jr., born 17 June, 1884. 

Residence, Passadena, Cal. 



79. REUBEN DEWITT MUNGER 

Born 26 Aug. 1837 at Ithaca, N. Y. Student from Watkins, N. 
1857-61. A.B. «I>BK. A.M. 1864 and 1872. D.D. (Syracuse) 1897. 

Clergyman, Melh. Epis. Pastor at Big Flats, N. Y., 1 860-1 ; HaTi 
N. Y., iS6i-'2 ; South vSodus, N. Y., 1862-4; Painted Post, N.Y., 1864 
Dansville, N. Y.. 1865-7 : Addison, N. Y., 1867-8 ; East Bloomfield, N. 
186S-71 ; Rochester North Ave., 1871-5; Bath, N. Y.. 1874-8; PaUnj 
N. Y., 1878-81 ; Auburn, Wall St., 1881-3 : Ithaca, State St., 1884-6; Wi) 
loo, N. Y., 1886-91 ; Geneva, N. Y., 1891-3. Presiding Elder Aubom I 
trict since 1893. Delegate to the General Conference, 1896. Tmsta 
Gen. Wes. Sem. for nine years. Trustee of Syracuse University since iJ 
Sworn into N. G. S. N. Y., and commissioned as Captain, 1865. SopiC 
Councillor of Royal Templars of Temperance. Trustee Gen. Wes. Sd 
Lima, N. Y., 1872-81. Trustee Cornell Library Assoc, 1883-6. 

Married 2 Sept. 1863, Kstelle Hinman of Havana, Schuyler Co., N. Y. 

Children — George G., born 29 Jan. 1865. 
Jamks I)., lx>rn 29 July 1867. 

Residence, Auburn, N. Y. 

80. WILLIAM MERRITT OSBAND 

Born 25 June 1S36 at Arcade, N. Y. Student from Newark, N. 
1S58-61. A.B. A.M. 1864 and 1S76. Teacher of Natural Science . 
Mathematics, Wesleyan Seminary, Gouverneur, N. Y., 1861-4. Profei 
of Natural Science in College, Bellville, Ont., 1864-5. Principal of U« 
School, Northville, Mich., 1865-9; H^K^ School, Chelsea, Mich., iS/i 
Professor of Chemistry and Principal Preparatory Dept. College, OK 
Mich., 1871-2 ; of Natural Science, Albion College, 1872-^. Connei 
with Michigan School and Furniture Company, 1879-^. Mann 



Itti ALX7MNI OF GBNESBB COI^LEGB 237 



of Pipe Or^ns at Northville, Mich., 1884-6. Editor and publisher of 
TV Ypsiiantian since 1886. 
Married 7 Aug. 1861, Lucy Aldrich (No. 71) of Newark, N. Y. 
Child — Marx A Ruth, bom 7 Aug. 1870. 
Kesidence, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

81. * LUCIA RICHMOND PITTS (GAUDERN) 

Bom 15 Nov. 1832 at Houeoye, N. Y. Student from Honeoye, 1857-61. 
B.S. 
Teacher in public schools, 1 861-3. 

Married 30 Sept. 1863, Dr. Richard Gaudern of Pioneer, Ohio. 
Children — Abbie Stewart, bom 10 Jan. 1865. 
Ei>WARD Swan, born 10 Dec. 1866. 
Elizabeth I*itts, born 17 June 1869. 
Ihcd Tp Mar. 1871 at Pioneer, Ohio. 

82. HENRY R. vSANFORD 

Born 26 Oct. 1837 at Penn Yan, N. Y. Student from Penn Yan, 1859-61. 
AB. A.M. 1864 and 1872. Ph.D. (Union). 

Pnadpal of Academy, Red Creek, N. Y., 1861-2 ; High School, Clyde, 
KY^ 1862-5 i o^ East Genesee Conference Seminary, Ovid, N. Y., 1865-7 J 
il Seminary, Dans\'ille, N. Y., 1867-9. Professor of Science and School 
Lnr, Normal School, Fredonia, N. Y., 1869-74. Superintendent of Schools, 
XUdletown, N. Y., 1874-85. State Institute Conductor since 1886. Has 
vniKted Teachers' Institutes in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Dela- 
North Carolina and New Jersey since i860. Secretary of N. Y. 
Teachers' Association, and President of same (1874-5). Chairman 
Beard of Examiners for Teachers' Licenses since 1888. 
Bupablished "Word Method in Number." 
Minied 31 July 1861, Sophia E. Travis of Penn Yan, N. Y. 
Children — Hattie Travis, born 8 Sept. 1863. (McBurney, No. 921.) 
Jennie N., born 21 Dec. 1864 : died 13 May 1874. 
Henry R., Jr.. bom 2 Oct. 1866. 
James B., born 2 Sept. 1869. (See Non-graduates.) 
LE\ns P., born 22 May 1872. 
William Wells, bom 19 Sept. 1877. 
Residence, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

83. EDWARD CYRUS WALKER 

Bom 14 June 1837 at Byron, N. Y. Student from Byron, 1856-61, four 
BBS. A.B. lawyer at Batavia, N. Y. Represented Genesee Co. in the 
if nibly, 1865-6. Represented the Counties of Genesee, Wyoming, Liv- 
l^gituii and Niagara in the State Senate, 1886-90 ; Char. Com. on Banks, 
1386-8, and Char. Com. on Railroads, 1888-90. Has served as trustee of 



238 AI«UMNI OP GBNBSBB COI«I«BGB 

Ingham University, Auburn Theological Seminary, Batavia Institute 
Blind, and Alumni Trustee of Syracuse University, 1872-4. 
Married Martha L. Marsh. 

Children — Julia May, born Mar. 1863 ; died Oct. 1863. 
Kai^ph B., bom 1S67 ; died 1869. 
Edward C, born 1868 ; died 1895. 
Raymond M., born 1877. 
Residence, Batavia, N. Y. 



Class of 1862 

84. SIDNEY ORLANDO BARNES 

Born 31 Dec. 1837 at Joliet, 111. Student from Wolcott, N. Y., 18 
A.B. A.M. 1865 and 1872. 

Principal Union Academy, Red Creek, N. Y., 1862-3. Clerg^yman, 
Epis. Pastor at Ira, N. Y., 1863-4; Victory, N. Y., 1864-6; Han 
N. Y., 1866-8; Potsdam, N. Y., 1868-71 ; Adams, N. Y., 1871-4 ; Ix>i 
N. Y., 1874-7 ; Herkimer, N. Y., 1877-80. Presiding Elder St. Lan 
District, 1880-4. Pastor at Ilion, N. Y., 1884-7 ; Clayton, N. Y., iK 
Boonville, N. Y., 1890-5. Presiding Elder Watertown District since 
Secretary Northern New York Conference, 1874-80. Delegate to G< 
Conference, 1880 and 1884. 

Married i July 1863, Anna Hamilton of Conquest, N. Y. 

Children— JnnNi^ L., born 18 June 1864. 

Wii,i,ARD Hamii^ton, born 20 June 1870. 

Residence, 35 Massey St., Watertown, N. Y. 

85. WILLIAM MILLER BATES 

Born 12 Mar. 1834 at Barry, N. Y. Student from Albion, N. Y., 18. 
Mystic. B.S. 

Admitted to the Bar at Rochester, N. Y., June 1864, and has practice 
since. 

Has published much in the papers especially as to the importanc 
ship canal connecting lakes Erie and Ontario, to be operated by elect 
claiming to be the originator of that enterprise, and has lectured 01 

Married (i) 1865, Nancy Mahance ; (2) 1878, Minnie A. Farw 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Children— Mamiu C, born 25 Apr. 1868. 
Grace D., bom 17 Jan. 1881. 

Residence, no Clifton St., Rochester, N. Y. 

86. WILLIAM MARCY BENSON 

Bom 20 Apr. 1839 at Mount Morris, N. Y. Student from Nonda, 
1858-62. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1865 and 1872. A.M. and Ph.D 
(Phys. Science). 



l868 AI«UMNI OP GBNBSBB COIXBGB 239 

Principal Union School, Castile, N. Y., 1862-3; Union School, Mount 
Morris, N. Y.. 1863-4; Academy, Arcade, N. Y., 1864-7; Ten Broek Free 
Academy, Franklinville, N. Y., 1867-82. Superintendent Public Schools, 
Olean, N. Y., 1882-7. Clerk in Quartermaster-General's Department one 



Has published pamphlets on educational and literary subjects at various 
tones. 

Married (i) 15 July 1867, Genevieve E. Graves of Farmersville, N. Y.; 
(2} 1887, Nellie J. Emmons of Rochester, N. Y. 

Oki/</— Marcy Gravbs, born 27 Dec. 1868. 

Kesidence, Rochester, N. Y. 

87. ALICE BROWN (HEWITT) 

Born 4 3Iar. 1841 at Alabama, N. Y. Student from Alabama, 1859-62. 

IB. .A,M. 1865. 

flaqntal nnrseat Washington, D.C., 1864. Teacher at Academy, Wilson, 

Jt Y., 1864-5 ; Academy, Lewiston, N. Y., 1865-6. Teacher at private 

Kteolin Nebraska, 1866. Principal High School, Lansing, Mich., 1867-8. 

Oeptrtment Principal in Public School No. 22 of Buffalo, N. Y., 1880-95. 

Bm contributed articles for local papers. 

Married ( i) 23 June 1862, Washington I. Nichols ( No. 98) of Kendall Mills, 
N.Y.; (2) 3 Apr. 1869, Charles H. Hewitt of Lewiston, N. Y., who died 26 
Bee. 1893. 

CkUd—'U.AY Bbi.13, bom 19 Sept. 1877 (Randolph). 

Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

88. 'WILLIAM NATHANIEL CHAPMAN 

Student from San Francisco, Cal. A.B. Died at Mt. Shasta, Cal., about 
1864. 

89. 'STEPHEN CLARK COPELAND 

Born 24 Dec. 1837 at Lockport, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y. A.B. 
A.M. 1865. 

Is a bank at Canandaigua, N. Y., 1865-6; health failed and removed to 
liaa, N. Y., and then to Georgia. 

Presented to Genesee College some of the weapons used by John Brown 
«d his men at Harper's Ferry. Delivered the Annual Address before the 
I^ceum, Washington's birthday, Feb. 1866. 

Married 19 Oct. 1864, Sarah True of Castile, N. Y. 
a//£/— Katie, bom i Feb. 1866; died 7 Oct. 1866. 

IHed of consumption 17 Apr. 1867 at Madison, Ga. 

90. 'PHILIP CRISFIELD 

Bom 7 Jan. 1836 at Lodi, N. Y. Student from Lodi, 1858-62. A.B. 
iLM,i865. 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Coleburg, Pa., 1S62-3 ; Almond, N. Y., 



240 AI^UMNI OP GBNBSBB COI«I«BGB 1862 

1863-4. Principal of Seminary, Rogersville, Pa., 1864-5. ^^ work of 
Preedman's Bureau at Thibodeaux and Houma, La., 1865-6. 
Died at Houma. La., 21 Sept. 1866. 

91. JOSEPH \V. DAVIS 

Born 2 Oct. 1834 at North Dansville, N. Y. Student from Livonia, N. Y., 
1859-62. Mystic. B.S. 

Engaged in teaching until i Apr. 1869. In hardware trade, Livonia, 
N. Y., 1868-76 ; since 1876 a farmer at that place. 
Married 13 Aug. 1863, Elizabeth L. Martin of Lima, N. Y. 
Children — Ruth A., bom 18 May 1864; died Jan. 1894. 
Fitch M., bom 3 May 1867. 

Sua L., bom 24 Aug. 1871. (See Non-graduates.) 
Bertha E., bom June 1879 ; died 30 June 1898 in Sophomore 
year. (See Non-graduates.) 
Residence, Livonia, N. Y. 

92. FLORA AMELIA ELLIS (WELLS) 

Born 15 Aug. 1843 at Gowanda, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 1858-62. 
A.B. *BK. A.M. 1865. A.M. 1888 (German). Ph,D. 1888 (Eng. Lit.) 

Teacher of Music Cazenovia ( N. Y.) Seminary ; also French and German, 
1866-9. Preceptress at same, 1869-70. In charge of musical work in the 
Meth. church, Penn Yan, N. Y., 1870-3. Musical Director of ist Prcsb. 
church, Schenectady, N. Y., for several years. Musical Director in several 
Syracuse churches, as May Memorial, Trinity, University Ave. and ist 
Baptist, and in 1889 ist Meth. church of Cleveland, Ohio. 

Has published newspaper articles and club papers. 

Married 23 July 1878, Prof. N. A. Wells (No. 365 q. ?'. for further record) 
of Syracuse University. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

93. FRANCIS MARION GROVE 

Bom I Dec. 1839 at Sheldrake, N. Y. Student from Sheldrake, 1859-62. 
B.S. M.S. 1873. 

Farmer, 1862-5 and 1873-4. Principal Collegiate Institute, Cape Girar^ 
deau. Mo., 1865-7 » Graded Public School of same place, 1867-9 ; Academy, 
Trumansburg, N. Y., 1873-4: Union Graded School, Bangor, Mich., 1874-5 I 
Graded School, Watervliet, Mich., 1877-8. Teacher five winter terms near 
Hartford, Mich. Since 1878 engaged in fruit raising. School Superintend- 
ent of Cape Girardeau county, Mo., 1866-7. Admitted to the Bar of the 
State of Missouri by Judge Albert Jackson of Third Judicial District, Aug. 
1866. 

Married (1)5 Jan. 1865, Carrie A. Willey of Spencerport, Monroe Co., 
N. Y., who died 2 Apr. 1867; (2) 20 Dec. 1871, Mary Adaline Tunison of 
Owego, N. Y. 






iSfe AI^UMNI OF GENBSBE COI.LB6B 241 

Children — ^Francis Wii,i.ky, born i8 Mar. 1867 ; died 30 June 1888. 

Carrib Adbi«B, bom 27 Oct. 1872. 

Gracie B., bom 18 Apr. 1874; died 16 July 1874. 

Infant, born 11 Apr. 1887 ; died 13 Apr. 1887. 
Residence, Hartford, Mich. 

^. AUGUSTA MIRENDA HUBBARD (BLAKESLEE) 

Student from Dansville, N. Y. A.B. A.M. 1865. 

Married Rev. F. D. Blakeslee (No. 209 q. v. for further record). 

Residence, B. Greenwich, R. I. 

95. GEORGE RANSOM KENT 

Bora 27 Nov. 1840 at Walworth, N. Y. Student from Walworth, 1858-62. 
Hystic. A.B. A.M. 1865. M.D. 1867 (Bellevue Medical College). 

Principal Union School, Palmyra, N. Y., 1862-3. Army surgeon, 1864-5. 
Fhy&ician since 1867. 

Married 1869, AmretU A. Findley of Walworth, N. Y. 

CAf/i/r^'w— George H., bom 28 Sept. 1870; died 16 July 1873. 
Grace L., bom 14 Aug. 1880. 

Residence, 47 Eighth Ave., Newark, N. J. 

96. GEORGE GARY MARKHAM 

Student from Fulton, N. Y. A.B. A.M. 1865. 
Residence, Washington, D. C. No record furnished. 

97. GALEN LEONIDAS NICHOLS 

Student from Niagara Falls, N. Y. A.B. A.M. 1865. Further history 
unknown. 

98. *WASHINGTON IRVING NICHOLS 

Born 1838 at Kendall Mills, N. Y. Student from Kendall Mills, 1858-62. 
A.B. A.M. 1865. 

Clergyman. Served under the Christian Commission in 1864. In 1865 
volonteered and joined the army. Lectured under direction of Freedman*s 
itnrean. Later studied and practiced law. Was reputed as ' ' Judge ' ' when 
be died. 

Married (i) 23 June 1862, Alice Brown (No. 87). Was married twice since. 

Ch ildren — Percy. 

An Infant. 

Died 4 Sept. 1895 in Oregon. 

99. AUZELLA CORNELIA ROLISON (HUNT) 

Bora 23 Sept. 1842 at West Avon, N. Y. Student from 1 ima, N. Y., 1858- 
62. A.B. A.M. 1865 and 1872. 
Teacher of landscape painting and still life for 26 years. Preceptress 



242 AI^UMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLBGB 

Union Seminary, Rogersville, N. Y.. 1862-3. Teacher High School, C: 
Springs, N. Y., 1865-7. Preceptress, Academy, Onondaga Valley, > 
1867. 

Has delivered many temperance addresses. At present Supt. of Scie 
Instruction of the W. C. T. U. for Madison Co., N. Y. 

Married 31 Aug. 1870, Rev. W. W. Hunt (No. 174^. v, for farther rec 

Residence, Canastota, N. Y. 



100. HELEN MARIA RUMSEY (VANALSTYNE) 

Born 19 May 1842 near Churchville, N. Y. Student from Lima, N 
1858-62. A.B. A.M. 1865 and 1872. 

Married 9 Sept. 1862, Rev. George Van Alstyne (No. 102 q, i\ for fui 
record) of W. Webster. N. Y. 

Residence, 135 Lefferts PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



loi. *MARK SIBLY TAYLOR 
Student from Owego, N. Y. A.B. Died on Pacific Coast. 



102. GEORGE VAN ALSTYNE 

Bom 22 Oct. 1836 at Coxsackie, N. Y. Student from W. Webster, N 
1858-62. A.B. A.M. 1865 and 1872. D.D. (Grant Memorial Univer 
1886. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Groveland, N. Y., 1862-4. Tut* 
Genesee College, 1865. Pastor at Rochester, N. Y., Asbury church, 186 
Phelps, N. Y., 1867-70; Newark, N. Y., 1870-2; Geneva, N. Y., i»7 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 1875-7; New York city, 1877-81; Kingston, N. 
1881-2 ; New York city, Church of the Saviour, 1882-5 ; Hartford, Cc 
ist church, 1885-S; Norwalk, Conn., 1888-93; Brooklyn, N. Y., 181 
Presiding Elder, Brooklyn North District, since 1894. 

Publications: "The Theatre, Its Nature and Influence," '* Histoi 
Methodism in Canandaigua,'» ''God, The Nation's Help,*» «* Rlemen 
Our National Life." 

Married 9 Sept. 1862, Helen M. Rumsey (No. 100) of Lima, N. Y. 

Children— Yivxim F., born 18 July 1863. 
George R., born 18 Aug. 1865. 

Residence, 135 Lefferts PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



163 AI^UMNI OF G^NBSSS COhhnGH 245 



Class of 1863 

103. ♦TERRY G. BAKER 

Bom 26 Nov. 1835 at Yorkshire, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y. B.S. 
Principal of First Ward School, Iowa City, Iowa, 1866-70. Principal of 
iC^ School Ht Maqaoketa, la., 1870. School Commissioner for a number 
of years at Iowa City ; also Assessor at the time of his death. 
iiarried 1865, Nellie Walsh of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Children — Four daughters, BeaTTik, Florencb, EstbllB, and CalLIB. 
Died 22 Sept. 1S79 at Iowa City, Iowa. 

104. ♦JOHN THOMAS BROWNELL 

ftsm 24 Aug. 1836 at Castile, N. Y. Student from Mount Morris, N. Y.,, 
1S59-63. A.B. A.M. 1866 and 1872. 

Teacher in Maine Wesleyan Seminary and Female College, Kent's Hill, 
Me:, 1S63-5. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Towanda, Pa., 1865-8 ; 
B»A, N. Y.. 1868-70 ; Lima, N. Y., 1870-1 ; Naples, N. Y., 187 1-4 ; Warsaw,. 
N. Y., 1874-5 ; Geneseo, N. Y., 1875-8; Lyons, N. Y., 1878-81 ; Mansfield, 
Pi., 1S81-2, preaching but little after Feb. 1882. Superannuated, 1882-3 ; 
ittking restoration of health in Florida, assisted in building M. E. church 
It Ml Dora. Pastor at Auburn, N. Y., Wall St. church, 1883-5. After 
Dec 18S4 was in Florida in poor health. His literary work consisted of 
Ifceun lectures, anniversary' addresses and scientific papers, chiefly on 
■knccopical matters. President of the Mansfield Business College and 
School ol Telegraphy. Member of the Rochester Academy of Science. 
BoBorary Member of the Baltimore Microscopical Society, and also of the 
Bmin Microscopical Society. Classified flora of many of the Eastern and 
Soathem States with reference to seeds and pollens microscopically 
■OQBted. Did much analytical examination for poisons and testified as an 
opert in several notable murder trials. His cabinet of microscopical slides, 
oier 10,000 in number, is one of the finest extant. 

Married 10 Nov. 1864, Mary Adelia Smallwood (No. 123) of Ripley, N. Y. 

Children^]oixs V., bom 18 June 1868 ; died 6 Feb. 1898 (No. 980). 
MargarbtTE J., bom 15 Aug. 1874 (Powell). 

Died 26 May 1886 at Tangerine Fla. 

105. FRANCES SARAH CASE (MORSE) 
sister of Nos. 26 and 73 

Bom 20 Dec. 1842 at Sodus, N. Y. Student from Sodus, 1857-63, four 
rears. A.B. A.M. 1866 and 1872. 

Teacher in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kent's Hill, Me., 1863-6 ; Female 
CoU^e, Pittsburg, Pa., 1866-7 ; High School, Adrian, Mich., 1867-9. 

31arTied 10 Dec. 1870, William B. Morse. 



244 ALUMNI OP GENBSBE COI.I«BGB 

Children — Wii.i,iam S., bom 4 March 1871. 

Chari^ks C, born 1872. 

John P., bom 1874. 

Fannib W., born 1876. 

Frederick, bom 1878. 

Howard C, bom 1879. 

Baxter W., born 1882. 

James R., born 1884. 
Residence, 298 West Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

106. * MARY EMMA CLARK (STONE) 

Bom in 1838 in Passaic Valley, N. J. Stndent from Tvima, N. Y., 185? 
A.B. A.M. 1866 and 1872. 

Preceptress at Hillsboro, Ohio, 1865-9. Teacher of English, Gen 
Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1869-71. Preceptress of the same 18; 
Teacher in the Cincinnati Female College, two years, and at Reaver, 
one year. 

Married 13 July 1871, Prof. George H. Stone, of Genesee Wesh 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., later of Colorado College, Colorado Springs, C< 

Chiid — WiLUB Greene, born 7 June, 1872 ; died 20 June 1872. 

Died at Lima, N. Y., 11 Aug. 1873. 

107. *JOHN NELSON EDWARDS 
Student from York, N. Y. B.S. Died about i88o. 

108. SARAH A. FORD (CROSBY) 

Born 5 Jan. 1839 at Belfast, N. Y. Student from Belfast, 1860-3. ^ 
M.S. 1872. 

Teacher at Lima, N.Y.; Academy, Rushford, N.Y.; Academy, Mt Mcm 
N. Y.; High School, St. Louis, Mo., 1871-2; High School, Lansing, Mi< 
1872-5. Since marriage (1872) has resided at Lansing, Mich. ; Ripon,lXi 
Penn Yan, N. Y. ; San Mateo, Fla.; Arcade, N.Y. and Muscogee, I.T.,i87a- 
Taught in Indian University, 1887-91. 

Has published poems and other literary articles, temperance talks 
missionary addresses. 

Married 25 Sept. 1872, Rev. David Crosby of I^ansing, Mich. 

C///A/— George Howard, bom 5 Mar. 1875 ; died 8 Mar. 1875. 

Residence, Springfield, Mo. 

109. JOHN COOK GATES 

Bom 16 Feb. 1838 at Hopewell, N. Y. Student from Hopeiii*ell, M 
B.S. M.S. 1S72. 

Teacher in Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1863. Assistant Co 
Recorder and Clerk of Black Hawk Co., Waterloo, Iowa, 1864-5. Sup 
tendent of Schools for Black Hawk County, 1865-6. Assistant Auditoi 



1863 ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLBGB 245 

Ocrk of same County 1867-72. Clerk District Court, 1873-81. Lawyer, 
Waterloo. Iowa, since 1881. President Board of Directors of Public Schools^ 
Waterloo, nine years. Recording Steward Grace M. E. church, Waterloo, 
twenty years. 

Married ii) 16 March 1864, Adelia St. John (No. 115) of Newark, N. Y.; 
12 17 May 1S77, Sarah F. Runisey of Rochester, N. Y. 
Ckiidreu — John H., born 26 Oct. 1865. 

Bkrton L., bom 24 Sept., 1867 ; died 21 Aug. 1868. 
Gertrude, born 26 May 1869 ; died 16 Sept. 1875. 
Fanny C, bom 26 April 1872. 
Alford J., bom 19 Dec. 1873 ; died 22 Sept. 1874. 
Residence, Waterloo, Iowa. 

no. * EDWIN WALTER HALL 

Born 4 Mar. 1838 in Jefferson Co., N. Y. Student from W'atertown, N.Y., 
i%^3. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1866. A.M. (W^esleyan) 1868. 

Principal, High School, Watertown, N. Y., 1863-4. President, Greenville 
(Ky.) College, 1864-9 and 1880-9. President Chaddock College, Quincy, 
IDL, 1869-78. Principal Cazenovia (N. Y. ) Seminary, 1878-80. Pastor at 
Alexander, X. Y., 1866-7. 

An energetic temperance worker he succeeded in securing local option for 
Uit town of Greenville, Ky., and later prohibition for the entire county. 

Married 13 Aug. 1863, Sarah D. Trowbridge (ex-'6i) of Lima, N. Y. 
'Adtiress, Kirksville, Mo.) 

Ckildrtn — Elmer T., born 10 Sept. 1872. 
LuLiE T., bom 10 Mar. 1880. 

Died 27 Feb. 1S89 at Greenville, Ky. 

III. MANLEY SYLVESTER HARD 
Brother of No. 129 

Bom 4 Oct. 1839 at Penfield, N. Y. Student from Hulberton, N. Y., 
%^3. B.S. * B K. M.S. 1872. D.D. (New Orleans University) 1888. 

Clerg\Tnan, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Morrisville, N.Y., 1865-6; Clinton, N.Y., 

1&7-70; Ilion, N. Y., 1870-2 ; Syracuse, Centenary church, 1873-5; Ithaca, 

K. Y., Aurora St., 1876-7. Presiding Elder, Elmira District, 1878-80. 

fcstor at Elmira, N. Y., Hedding Ch., 1881-3 ; Canandaigua, N.Y., 1884-5; 

Binghaniton, N. Y., Centenary church, 1886-90. Presiding Rider, Wyoming 

Kst., 1891-2. Assistant Cor. Sect., Church Extension Soc. of the 

Methodist Episcopal Church, since 1893. Secretary of Central New York 

iid Wyoming Conferences for 20 years. Delegate to General Conferences, 

1884, i838, 1892 and 1896 and Assistant Secretary in each. Trustee of New 

York State Custodial Asylum for Feeble-minded Women, and Secretary of 

Board, appointed 1885 for four years. Trustee of the Cornell Library 

Itbaca, N. Y. Trustee Wyoming Conf. Seminary. Tmstee of Syracuse 

University since 1890. President of Alumni Association, vSyracuse Univer- 

tity, 1882-3. 



246 ALUMNI OP GBNBSBB COI.I«BGB 

Author of many articles and editorials ; also of "A Thanl 
Sermon,** 1885 ; and an address delivered at the Sexni-Centenntil 
Wyoming Seminary entitled, •* The Next Fifty Years,*' 1894, 
Married 5 July 1866, Celia Adelaide Stowell (No. 134) of Perry, N. Y. 
Children — Chari^bs Ci,inton, bom 25 Sept. 1867. (See Non-gradi 
Sarah Ii^ione, born 25 May 1870; died 19 Aug.* 187a 
I^iBBiK Aii^BBN, bom 25 Sept. 1873. (See Non-gradnatct.) ; 
Residence, Kingston, Pa. 

112. CHARLES GLENBERVIE HUDSON 

Bom 30 Apr. 1843 at Franklin ville, N. Y. Student from Watkiiis,N. 
1859-63. Mystic. Ben. A. B. A.M. 1866 and 1873. D.D.(DePauwUm^ 
1886. 

Teacher of Ancient Languages, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima,'N.' 
1863-72. Professor of Ancient Languages, Simpson Centenary C< 
Indianola, Iowa, 1872-4. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at P< 
Ind., 1874; Logansport, Ind., 1875; Bristol, Ind., 1876-7; Angola, 
1878-9; Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1880-2; Kokomo, Ind., 1883-5 ; Anderson, 
1886-9; Knightstown, Ind., 1890; Noblesville, Ind., 1891-3. 
Elder Goshen District since 1894. Editor of Homiletic Department 
J^iJpii and Pe7L\ published at Ft. Wayne, Ind. Member of the 
Conferences of 1888 and 1892 and Asst. Sect, of the latter. Secretuyj 
the North Indiana Conference, 1879-93. Visitor and Trustee of 
University, 1887-99. Official Stenographer of General Conference, 
and 1884 ; also of the Chautauqua Assembly, 1882-5. 

Married (i) 23 Aug. 1870, Clara E. Davis of Honeoye Falls, N. Y.; (I 
25 Dec. 1872, Hannah S. Backus of Wolcott, Ind. 

Residence, Elkhart, Indiana. 

113. JEROME E. PORTER 
Student from Albion, N. Y. B.S. Resides at Mankato, Minn. Ita 
record fumished. 

114. *LEANDER FRANKLIN RIDDLE 

Born at Avondale, Pa. Student from Wilmington, Delaware, 1860-3 
B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Member of the firm 'of James Riddle, Son & Co., Cotton Goods H€n< 
Kentmere, Del. Member of the Delaware State Senate, 1872-6. 

Died 17 May 1881 at Nice, France. 

115. *ADELIA ST. JOHN (GATES) 

Bom 25 Feb. 1 841 at Newark, N. Y. Student from Newark, 1 861-3. B.S 
M.S. 1872. 

Teacher in Public Schools, Waterloo, Iowa, 1864-5. Cotmty Supt. c 
schools, 1870. 

Married 16 Mar. 1864, John C. Gates. (No. 109 q, v. for fnrther reand 
Hopewell, N. Y. 

Died I Feb. 1874 at Waterloo, Iowa. 



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116. JOSEPH WAYNE 

>rn 7 Dec. 1835 in England. Student from Medina, N. Y., 1859-63. 

A.M. iS66and 1872. 
ergyman. Meth. Epis., 1863-76 ; Prot. Epis. since 1876. Rector in the 
•al Dioceses of Western N. Y., Springfield, 111., Missouri and Kansas. 
It of Christian Commission during a portion of the War of the Rebellion, 
irried 1865, Ardelia B. Bush (No. 128) of Watertown, N. Y. 
sidence, Topeka, Kansas. 

Class of 1864 

117. THERON COOPER 

ra 3 JuU' 1840 at Cincinnatus, N. Y. Student from Cincinnatus, 1860-4. 
. AM. 1867 and 1872. 

ergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Georgetown, N. Y., 1864; Hamilton, 
f., ia64-7; Utica, N. Y., South St., 1867-70; Fulton, N. Y., 1870-2; 
wtow-n. N. Y., State St., 1872-4 ; Ithaca, N. Y., Seneca St., 1873-5 ; Syra- 
:, University Avenue, 1875-8; Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1878-80. Presiding 
cr. Auburn District, 1880-4. Pastor at Canandaigua, N. Y., 1884-8 ; Syra- 
t, Centenary-, 1888-92; Ithaca, State St., 1892-5 ; Elmira, N. Y., 1895-8. 
nding Elder, Cazenovia Dist. since 1898. Member Centennial Confer- 
tat Rallimore, 1884. Traveled in Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 1885. 
larried 16 Feb. 1865, Mary A. White of Cincinnatus, N. Y. 
'hi-irt-u — Charles Phillips, bom 16 Jan. 1866. 

Jennie D., born 17 Feb. 1869. (See Non-graduates.) 
Gertrude May, bom 21 Aug. 1871. (See Non-graduates. ) 
Residence. Syracuse, N. Y. 

118. ELIZABETH MARIA DISBROW (GOULD) 

•om 21 Jan. 1837 at Barrington, N. Y. Student from Eddytown, N. Y., 

i-X. B.S. M.S. 1873. 

reccptress and Teacher of Lang^uages, Seminary, Starkey, N. Y., 1865-7. 

arried 5 Mar. f868, Orange P. Gould of Plymouth, Pa. 

hldreri — Thomas W., born 13 Dec. 1868. 

Albert H., bom 24 Oct. 1871. 

Stella S., bora 16 Feb. 1874. 
sidcnce, 510 West Second St., Elmira, N. Y. 

119. JAMES GODDARD HAWKINS 

m 19 Oct. 1834 at Evercreech, Somersetshire, England. Student from 
eton, W^is., 1862-4. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1867 and 1881. 
Dcipal of Normal Institute, Orwell, Ohio, 1864. Clergyman, Meth. 
Pastor at Randolph, N. Y., 1865 ; Delaware Grove, Pa., 1866 ; Coop- 
wn. Pa., 1867. Agent American Bible Society, 1868-9. Pastor at 



248 AI«UMNI OF GKNBSSB COI«I«EGB : 

Ellsworth, Ohio, 1870-1 ; Mantua, Ohio, 1872-3 ; Charlestown, Ohio, 187, 
Later appointments are Plumer, Pa.; Knapp's Creek, N. Y.; Coign 
Pa.; West Almont, N. Y.; New Albany, Pa.; Terrytown, Pa. 

Married 23 Nov., 1862, Mary A. Hawkins of North Bloomfield, Ohio. 
Children — Mary Fi^oriixa, bom 18 Feb. 1865. 
Susanna Wesley, born 8 Jan. 1868. 
Wii^LiAM David, bom 25 Sept. 1871. 
James Goddard, bom 28 Feb. 1876. 
Residence, North Bloomfield, Ohio. 



120. * JOSEPH JONES 

Bom . Student from Penn Yan, N. Y., 1860-4. A.B. A.M. 1 

and 1872. 

Principal of Seminary, Dansville, N. Y., 1864-6. Edited Dansi 
Advertiser, 1866-7. Principal Graded School, Waterloo, loiva, 186; 
Editor of I I ion {N. }'.) Citizen, 1870-2. Conductor of School Institute 
New York and Iowa. 

Married June 1865, Sue A. George of Dansville, N. Y. 

Children — Lkwis Bunnei^i,, bom 28 Aug. 1866. 

Margaret A., bom 27 Jan. 1868 ; died 8 July 1868. 
Winifred Wyman, born 2 July 1869; died 2 Aug. 1870. 

Died 1872, at Ilion, N. Y. 



121. * ISAAC NEWTON LOWRY 

Bom 30 Nov. 1 841 at Mecca, Indiana. Entered Wabash College, Indii 
i860. Student in Genesee College, 186 1-4. A.B. A.M. 1867. Studen 
Auburn Theological Seminary, 1864-7. 

Ordained as a Foreign Missionary of the Presbyterian Church, at Li 
N. Y., 2 July 1867. Sailed from Boston 8 Oct. 1867, arriving at Trij 
Syria, in November. In two years and a half he mastered the Arabic 
guage so as to preach in it. Failing health compelled his return to Ame 
in July 1870. 

Married 23 July 1867, Mary E. Smith of Auburn, N. Y. 

Child — Fannie Gertrude ; died 1870 at Beirut, Syria. 

Died 16 Mar. 187 1, at Minneapolis, Minn. 



122. MARY ELIZABETH PRESTON 

Born 3 Feb. 1833 at Burlington, Pa. Student from Elmira, N. Y., 186 
A.B. A.M. 1867. 

Teacher in Springville, N. B., in the south and at Newport and 1 
Albany, Ind. 

Residence, Geneva, N. Y. § 



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123. ♦MARY ADELIA SMALL WOOD (BROWNELL) 

^>m 3 June 1841 at Ripley, N. Y. Student from Ripley, 1861-4. B.S. 

S. 1S72. 

Teacher in Seminary, Kent's Hill, Me., two terms. 

)itmtd 10 Nov. 1864, John Thomas Brownell (No. 104 g. v. for further 

cord'. 

Died 24 Nov. 1883 at Auburn, N. Y. 

124. FRANCES ANN SMALLWOOD (LANE) 

Bom 4 Feb. 1844 at Warsaw, N. Y. Student from Warsaw, 1861-4. B.S. 

LS, iJJ72. 

Ttidier in Springville, N. Y.,' 1865 ; Gowanda, N. Y., 1865-6 ; Tioga, Pa.» 

>^; Belfast, N. Y., 1867-8; High School, Chicago, 111., 1868-78. 

feicd 18 July 1878, Albert G. Lane of Chicago, 111. 

Qildrtn^Qt,AKK LouiSR bom 3 July 1880. 

Harriet Amanda, born 2 Mar. 1884. 
i»idence, 430 West Adams St., Chicago, 111. 



Class of 1865 

125. GEORGE ALBERT BATES 

fcni 16 Apr. 1840 at Albion, N. Y. Student from Albion, 1861-5. B.S. 

S.18S3. 

fochcr in public schools at Suspension Bridge, N. Y., Gowanda, N. Y., 

i.^lMon, N. Y. For the past four years disabled by paralysis. 

iarried 7 Feb. 1866, Mary A. Gonder of Black Creek, Ont., who died 20 

r. r88i. 

'^'A/rr;/— Charles A., bom 12 Sept. 1867. 

Jessie, bom 28 Aug. 1869 ; died Oct. 1869. 

Fred E., born 25 Aug. 1871. 
«idence, 1 1 North Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. § 

126. WALTER ABNER BROWNELL 

th 2T, Mar. 1838 at Evans' Mills, N. Y. Student from Evans' Mills, 
-5. Mystic. .\.B. A.M. 1868 and 1872. Ph.D. (Hamilton College) 

incipal of Academy, Red Creek, N, Y., 1865-6 and 1867-9. Teacher in 
y Sem.. Fnlton, N. Y., 1866. Principal of Seminary, Fairfield, N. Y., 
71 : High School, S3rracuse, N.Y., 1871-2. Professor of Chemistry and 
>gy. High School, Syracuse, N. Y., since 1872. Student in Chemical 
atory of Harvard University, 1874. Connected with geological survey 
entncky, 1878. Student of Geology in Wales and England, 1880. 
ictor in Geology and Mineralogy Summer School for teachers^ 



250 ALUMNI OF GBNESEB COLI^BCB 

Martha's Vineyard, Mass., 1882-6. Traveled and studied in Europe 1 
mers of 1887-96. Elected member of *' American Association for Advj 
ment of Science," 1881. Has published various newspaper articles on 
Geolog>' and other scientific subjects. Has delivered courses of sciei 
lectures before Schools and Literary Associations. 

Married 26 June 1865, Helen M. Davis (sister of No. 91) of Hoe 
Kails, N. Y. 

CA/Vf/zr//— George G., born 2 July 1869 (No. 1130). 

Frank M., born 2 Oct. 1877 ; died 12 Aug. 1878. 

Residence, 905 University Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y. 

127. AMELIA GOODRICH BUSH (GUILE) 

Twin sister of No. 128 

Born 26 May 1840 at Pamelia, N. Y. Student from Watertown, N 
1861-5. A.B. A.M. 1868 and 1872. 

Married 29 June 1865, Rev. Charles H. Guile of Copenhagen, Lewis 
N. Y. 

Children — Elias BUvSH, born 26 June 1866. 

Charles Wesley, born 3 June 1869. 
Earl BaTchellor, born 17 Mar. 1871. 
Maude Manville, born 11 Jan. 1876. 
Mabel Amelia, born 28 Aug. 1879. 
Residence, Potsdam, N. Y. 

128. ARDELIA BORDEN BUSH (WAYNE) 

Twill sister of No. 127 

Born 26 May 1840 at Pamelia, N. Y. Student from Watertown, > 
1861-5. A.B. A.M. 1868 and 1872. 
Married 1865, Joseph Wayne (No. 116) of Portageville, N. Y. 
Residence, Topeka, Kas. 

129. CLARK PETTINGILL HARD 

Brother of No. 1 1 1 

Born 12 Aug. 1846 at Ogden, N. Y. Student from Hulberton and 1 
N. Y. A.B. A.M. 1868. B.D. (Garrett Biblical Institute) 1867. 

Principal of Western House of Refuge, Rochester, N. Y"., 1865-6. Stt 
in Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1866-7. Clergyman, 1 
Epis. Pastor at Rome, N. Y., 1866-7 ; Hornellsville, N. Y., 1867-3 ; • 
ing, N. Y., 1868-71; Rochester, N. Y; Cleveland, Ohio, Castile, I 
1874. Presiding Elder of Madras District, South India Conference, \i 
Pastor at Walworth, N. Y., 1878-80; Buffalo, N. Y., St. Mark's ch 
1880-2. Transferred to South India Conference, 1882. Pastor at Allob 
India, 1882-3 ; Bombay, India, 1883-4. Presiding Elder Central Dij 
South India Conference 1884 — ? First Secretary of South India Confei 
1876-7. Sailed to Australia 3 Apr. 1886, to collect funds for churcl 



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Has published many articles as paid contributor in S. S. Times, 
S,S. Journal^ Advocate, Classmate. Co-editor 5". 5". y<?«r?;tf/ in India. 
Itarxied 17 Dec. 1877, Lydia E. VanSomeren of Madras, India. 
Children — William Amos, born 15 Sept. 1878. 
John Vincent, born 31 Aug. 1881. 
Gertrvde Green, bom 30 Dec. 1888. 
Residence, Hammond, 111. 



130. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HITCHCOCK 

Brother of No. 76 
Itn 12 May 1837 at Sarnia, Ontario. Student from Samia, 1861-3 
iadiS65. Mystic. B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Gtrgyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Kanona, N. Y., 1867 ; Harmony ville, 
X. Y., 1867-9 '• Reading and Starkey, N. Y., 1869-70 ; Potter Center, N. Y., 
rtjo-i ; Seneca Castle and Orleans, N. Y., 1871-4 ; Williamson, N. Y., 1874-7; 
Ifanik, N. Y., 1S77-8 ; Fowlerville, N. Y., 1878-9 ; Oran, N. Y., 1879-81 : 
Itterboro, N. Y., 18S1-2. Supernumerary, 1882-4. Pastor at Georgetown, 
S.Y., 1SS4-7 ; Liberty Corners, Pa., 1887-9 ; Campbells, N. Y.; 1889-91 ; 
Cobocton, N. Y., 1891-4 ; Prattsburgh, N. Y., 1894-5 ; E. Bloomfield, N. Y., 
wee 1895. 
Married 15 Aug. 1866, Emily Hazzard Burleigh of Avon, N. Y. 
Cktldren — Alice Roxanna, bom 29 May 1867. 

Kate Harriet, born 12 Aug. 1868 ; died 4 Oct. 1868. 
William Langdon, born 29 Sept. 1870 ; died 19 June 1875. 
Grace Griffith, born 26 Mar. 1872. 
Frances Mary, bora 7 Jan. 1877. 
Estelle, bom 29 Jan. 1881 ; died 21 Feb. 1881. 
Ruth, bom 12 Nov. 1888. 
Wdence, East Bloomfield, N. Y. 



131. *lemoyne alida hale (HOOSE) 

^ at New Haven N. Y. Student from New Haven, 1861-2 and 1863-5. 

teied 1861. Prof. James H. Hoose (No. 78) Lima, N. Y. 

C*itf— Hattib Lemoyne, bom 13 July 1871 ; died 24 April 1875. 

Ktd 21 July 1871, at Cortland, N. Y. 

132. WILLIAM HENRY HORNER 

Student from Clifton Springs, N. Y. Mystic. B.S. No record furnished 
^«»leiice, St. Louis, Mo. 



133. JOHN BEEDEN SMALLWOOD 
Brother of No. 223 
•wn 19 July 1838 at Warsaw, N. Y. Student from Warsaw, 1861-5. 
\^^ ♦T. A.'b. A.M. 1868. 



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Parmer and Local Preacher. School Commissioner for six years. 
Married Dec. 1865, Octavia Atkins of Perry, N. Y. 
Children — Mabbl S., bom 3 Jan. 1867. 

Gkack, died 16 May 1884. 

Ruth, born 12 Dec. 1871. (Leadbeater.) 

William Thornton, bom 14 Dec. 1873. 

Charles B., bom 4 Apr. 1875. 

Mary, died Dec. 1883. 

Percy, born 5 Feb. 1885. 
Residence, Warsaw, N. Y. 

134. CEUA ADELAIDE STOWELL (HARD) 

Sister of No. 135 
Bom 10 Apr. 1842 at Perry, N. Y. Student from Perry, 1862-5. B 
M.S. 1872. 
Married 5 July 1866, Manley S. Hard (No. iii q, v, for farther record). 
Residence, Kingston, Pa. 

135. THOMAS BLANCHARD STOWELL 

Brother of No. 134 

Born 29 Marcli 1846 at Perry, N, Y. Student from Perry, 1862-5. A 
*B K. A.M. 1868 and 1872. Ph. D. 1881 (Biology). 

Principal of Academy, Addison, N. Y., 1865-6 ; Union School, Morrisfil 
N. Y., 1866-7. Teacher of Mathematics, Genesee Wesleyan Seminii 
Lima, N. Y., 1867-8. Principal of High School, Leavenworth, Kani 
1868-9. Professor of Natural Science, State Normal School, Cortland, N.1 
1869-89. Principal State Normal School, Potsdam, N. Y., since 1889. 

Has published "The Vagus Nerve in the Domestic Cat," 1881 ; •*€ 
of the Microscope in Gross Anatomy," 1881 ; '* Outline Course in Zoology 
Syllabus of Laboratory work for Normal Students," 1882 ; ''The Facial No 
in the Domestic Cat," 1886 ; "The Trigeminus Nerve in the Domestic Cal 
1886 ; " The Glosso-pharyngeal, the Accessory and the Hypoglossal," 18 
" The vSoft Palate in the Domestic Cat," 1889 ; Syllabus of Anatomy,** et 
3d ed.,1889 ; " Effects of Stimulants and Narcotics," 1889 ; ** The Chdms 
the Natural Sciences in the School Curriculum," 1889 ; ** Psychic Form 
its Relation to Teaching," 1890; "The Lumbar, the Sacral and t 
Coccygeal Nerves in the Domestic Cat," 1891 ; "Moral Tone in Schoo 
1891 ; " Requirements for the. Degree of Doctor of Pedagogy," 1893; *'l 
Training of Teachers," 1894; ''The Practical in Elementary Educatioi 
1894; "The Education Value of the Natural Sciences," 1896; **t 
Influence of the Normal School upon Public Education," 1897, and no 
erous lectures and addresses before Educational and Scientific bodies. 

Married May 1869, Mar>' Blakeslee of Lima, N. Y. 

Children— V.o\ Shkrman, born 18 Jan. 1878. 

Vivian, born 10 Nov. 1882 ; died 15 Sept. 1886. 

Residence, Potsdam, N. Y. 



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136. * ELLIOTT WINFIELD SUFFERN 

Bom 29 Nov. 1834 at Ashland, N. Y. Student from Ashland, 1862-5, 
B.S. A.M. 1872. 

Teacher in Carver, Minn., 1866-7; Tipton, Wis., 1867-8 ; Breesport, N.Y., 
i?68-9: Chatham, K. Y., 1869-71. Gave up teaching on account of poor 
Walth and has since been engaged in horticulture and farming. 

Married 10 Oct. 1875, Ruth C. Clark of Southport, N. Y. (Address, Bur- 
toDville, Md.) 
L*j/i/ — Garrie E., born 12 Sept. 1878. 
Died 14 July 1896 at Burtonville, Md. 

137. GEORGE BRISTOL WARNER 

Bom 23 Dec. 1S44 at Lima, N. Y. Student from Lima, 1861-5. 1* K. 4^ T, 
A.B, A.M. 1868 and 1872. 

Law student at Canandaigua, N. Y., 1865-6, and at Syracuse, N. Y., 
1*16^7. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1867. 

Minied. Ella L. Munro of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

138. NEWTON WELLER 

Born 23 Dec. 1840 at Tyrone, N. Y. Student from Tyrone, 1862-5. 
tnnc. B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Eigiged in Mercantile business at Tyrone, N. Y., 1867-82. Merchant 
pvtrat Dundee, N. Y., 1882-90, and at Geneva, N. Y., 1890-2. Since 1892 
■kanao for Owosso Casket Works, Owosso, Mich. Town Clerk, eight 
J«Bi, and Supervisor, two years, at Tyrone, N. Y. 
Xnricd (1)1 June 1869, Delia M. Heald of Tyrone, N. Y., who died 25 
V i»7o: (2) 26 June 1873, Anna C. Babbitt of Starkey, N. Y. 
Ckiidrrn — Charles Heald, bom 7 Nov. 1870. 
Frank Babbitt, bom 18 July 1874. 
Emma Louise, bom 15 Apr. 1879. 
Laura Gardner, 16 Sept. 1880. 
Wdence, Watkins, N. Y. 

139. EMILY WINTERS 

^ 1837 at Dnndee, N. Y. Student from Dundee, 1861-5. A.B. A.M. 
*8and 1872. 

Tetchcr in Seminary, Starkey, N. Y., 1865-6; Atlanta, Ga., 1866-7; 
Sonnary, Red Creek, N. Y., 1867-8; Nyack, N. Y., 1868-72 ; Miss Com- 
tek's School, New York city, 1873-7 ; Miss Salisbury's School, Cleveland, 
^, 1877-88. Since 1888 private teacher in the family of Rev. P. S. Moxom 
«^ Boston and Springfield, Biass. 

Residence, Springfield, Mass. 



254 ALUMNI OF GBNBSSB COI^LBGB 



Class of 1866 

140. FRANCIS ASBURY BAKER 

Born 30 Nov. 1842 at Chili, N. Y. Student from Caryville, N. Y., i 
TK. ^I'T. B.S. M.S. 1873. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Macedon Aca 
Macedon Center, N. Y., 1866-7. Principal High School, Churchville. 
1867-9. Assistant Superintendent of Western N. Y. House of R 
Rochester, N. Y., 1869-83. Wholesale coal dealer in Chicago, 111., i 
Broker at Minneapolis, Minn., since 1887. 

Married i June 1887, Katie Bell Farnham of Columbus, Wis. 

Child— \ Son, died in infancy. 

Residence, 21 16 Aldrich Ave. So., Minneapolis, Minn. 

141. ALBERT GARY BEEBE 

Born 21 May 1843 near Newark, N. Y. Student from Newark, i8« 
1863-6. TK. ^'T. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. M.D. (Hahne 
Medical College) 1869 and (Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.) 1870. 

Principal of Union and High School, Theresa, N. Y., 1866-7. P^y 
at Chicago since 1869. Professor of Physiology, Hahn. Med. Coll., i 
Professor of Dermic and Orthopaedic Surgery (same), 1874-6. Profes 
Operative and Clinical Surgery, Chicago Horn. Med. Coll. since 
Attending Surgeon Chicago Horn. Hospital. Attending Gynecologist 
Co. Hospital. 

Has published numerous reports and papers, professional address< 
lectures. 

Ruling Elder Presbyterian Church since 1881. Enlisted in 51st I 
Vol. Infantry fall of 1861. Sergeant and Clerk in Medical Dept. til 
1863. Discharged for physical disability. Participated in battle of Co 
siege of Corinth and battle of Stone River. 

Married 3 Mar. 1870, Frances L. Northway of Horseheads, N. Y. 

Children— l^nsum Wai^ter, born 16 Aug. 1872. (M.D.) 
Clara Margery, born 21 May 1876. 

Residence, 582 W. Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

142. WILLIAM RILEY BENHAM 

Bom 16 Dec. 1838 at Fleming, N. Y. Student from Auburn, ] 
1863-6. TK. ^I'T. A.B. *BK. A.M. 1869 and 1874. B.D. (A 
Theological Seminary) 1863. D.D. 1884. 

Clerg>Tnan, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Macedon Center, N. Y., 1866-8 ; 
N.Y., 1868-71 ; Penn Yan, 1871-3; Rochester, Comhill Ch., 1873-5 ; \ 
1875-8 ; Canandaigua, 1878-82 ; Newark, 1882-3. Presiding Elder i 
District, 1883-5. Pastor at Rochester.N.Y., Asbury Ch., 1885-90. Prii 



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Gen.Wes. Sem. ,Linia, N.Y., 1890-3. Delegate of the Christian Commiftsion, 
?oint of Rocks, Va.. 1863. 

Has published Sermons: '*Naaman,*' *' Contentment," *' Plagiarism." 

Married 1865, Mary A. Mather of Livonia, N. Y. 

CkiUren — JKXNIK E., bom 16 July 1867; married I. T. Hart (No. 1465). 

Irene B., bom 12 Aug. 1873. (^^^ Non-grad nates. ) 
Residence. Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

143. 'MABEL C. BRISTOL (MCMILLAN) 

lorn 16 Dec. 1839 at Three Rivers, Mich. Student from Troy, Mich., 
rtb^ A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 

TcKher in Seminary, Starkey, N. Y., 1866-8. Preceptress of Union 
School, Pontiac, Mich., 1868-70. 

Married 29 Mar. 1870, George McMillan of Starkey, N. Y. 

Died 17 July 1873 at Starkey, N. Y. 



144. BENJAMIN S. COFFIN 

Bom 3 Sept. 1839 at Mount Morris, N. Y. Student from Mount Morris, 
1S58-61. Mystic. B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Fanner at Mount Morris since 1863. Justice of the Peace for fifteen 
TCtxiw Enlisted as private in 27th N. Y. Vol. Promoted to y. M. Sergeant. 
SvTcd in Army of Potomac for two years. Participated in thirteen engage- 
ants, including Bull Run, West Point, Gaines' Mills, Antietam and 
fredericksburg. 
Harried 30 Dec. 1863, Cathron Smith of Mount Morris, N. Y. 
OWrfrifff— Susie Bbli*, bom 23 Apr. 1869. 

Louis Smith, bom 21 July 1871 ; died 16 Sept. 1871. 
Gborgb Benjamin, born 15 Oct. 1874. 
tciidence, Mount Morris, N. Y. ^ 



145. ALEXANDER MAGNUS DRUMMOND 

Born 24 June 1840 in New York city. Student from Victory, N. Y., eight 
terns between 1862 and 1866. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 

Soperiniendent of Schools, Honesdale, Pa., 1866-7 ; Port Jefferson, N. Y., 
1*7-71; Patchogue, N. Y., 1871-5 ; Milford, Conn., 1875-9; Owego, N. Y., 
%^r. Port Chester, N. Y., i88r-8; West Haven, Conn., since 1S91. 

Author of Miscellaneous articles for School Journals and lectures and 
Ji^^ireiscs before teachers* associations; also *' Course of Science Teaching 
• the Public Schools;*' ** Trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico," and reviews for 
■"•■ptpcrs. Ruling Elder, Presbyterian church, 1870-82. Deacon, Con- 
P<9ttioiial church, 1887-9. 

^•wried I Aug. 1871, Jennie Louise Bartholomew of New Haven, Conn. 

CAiW— Arthur Mai^oi^m, born 7 Jan. 1874; died 2 May 1S95. 

Residence, West Haven, Conn. 



256 ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLBGB 

146. JASON NELSON FRADENBURGH 

Born 4 Mar. 1843 *t Gouverneur, N. Y. Student from Gouvemeiir, 
year, between 1864 and 1866. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1S72. Ph.D. J 
D.D. (Mt. Union) 1886. LL.D. (Allegheny) 1892. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Principal Academy, Perry, N. Y., 186 
l*astor at Belfast, N. Y., 1867-8. Teacher of Mathematics, Genesee \ 
ley an Seminary, 1868-9. Teacher of Ancient Languages, State Noi 
School, Fredonia, N. Y., 1869-73. Principal State Normal School, M 
field, Pa., 1873-5. Pastor First church, Cleveland, Ohio, 1875-6 ; TitusT 
Pa., 1876-8; Franklin, Pa., 1878-81; Greenville, Pa., 1882-3; Titusr 
Pa., 1883-5 ; Oil City, Pa., Trinity ch., 1885. Warren, Pa.; Union City. : 
Greenville, Pa. (second pastorate); Clarion, Pa., since 1896. Presic 
Red River Valley Univ., 189 1-2. Delegate to the first Ecumenical Mt 
Conference in London, 1881 ; to the second Ecumenical Conf. in Washing) 
D. C, 1891 ; to the Gen. Conf. in Cleveland, O., 1896. Membei 
American Oriental Society ; Society of Biblical Archaeology, of Lon^ 
Associate of Victoria Institute of Gt. Britain and Ireland. Membei 
American Ethnological Society ; Folk Lore Society ; Egypt Explon:! 
Fund. Member Board of Control of Allegheny College. Supt. CU] 
Chautauqua Assembly. 

Author of various articles in Methodist Quarterly RevieiL\ RrAtx 
M. E. Church South, Xational Repository, Foreign and Evangelical Rev\ 
of London, IHhlia, Ribliothcea Sacra, and educational and other joum 
also "Witnesses from the Dust," 1886; ** Living Religions: or the G 
Religions of the Orient from Sacred Books and Modern Customs,'* 1) 
•*01d Heroes: or the Hittites of the Bible," 1889; ** Beauty Crowned 
the Story of Esther, the Jewish Maiden," 1890; ''Fire from Stn 
Altars." 1S91 ; "Departed Gods: the Gods of our Fathers," 1891 ; "L 
from Egypt," 1897. 

Served as private in Company D., i6th N. Y. Vol., from June 1861 to I 
1862. Was in first battle of Bull Run. 

Married 15 Mar. 1864, Lucetta Maria Minor of Jefferson Co., N. V. 

r////fl^/r//— Florence Liluan, born 22 Apr. 1867 (Siling, Orange, N 
Adelbert Grant, bom 15 Sept. 1868. 
Hrnest Minor, born 8 Sept. 1875. 

Residence, Clarion, Pa. 

147. *GEORGE SHELDON GRIFFIN 

Bom 5 Nov. 1844 at Ravenna, Ohio. Student from Ravenna, 186 
Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 

Teacher of Greek and German, Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., i8( 
Teacher of Greek and Gemian, Seminary-, Fairfield, N. Y., 1871. Prim 
of Fairfield Seminary 187 1-2. Teacher of Greek and Latin, High Sol 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1S72-3. 

Marrie<l 20 Nov. 1868, Esther C. McClure of Allegany, N. Y. 

Died I June 1876 at Ravenna, Ohio. 



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148. ♦CASvSIUS HOMER GREEN 

Bona 31 Aug. 1843 at Rush, N. Y. Student from Rush, 1862-6. T K. 
♦ T. A.B.' A.M. 1869. M.D. ( Long Island College Hospital) 1868. 

Pb3rsiciaii at Brockport, N. Y., 1869-70; Penn Yan, N. Y., 1870-2 ; Clifton 
brings, N. Y., 1872-5; Fairport, N. Y., 1875-81. Engaged in manufacture 
if paper goods at Fairport, N. Y., 1881-91 ; same at Marion, Ind., since 1891. 

Married 21 Sept. 1870, Delia Welsher of Penfield, N. Y. 

CkUd^K Daughter. 

Died 5 Jane 1898 at Marion, Ind. 



149. WILLIAM NEWELL HANNA 

Bom 4 June 1838 at Geneseo, N. Y. Student from Lakeville, N. Y., 
I8S2-6. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1877. 

Teacher in a private school at Fillmore, Mo., 1867-71. Principal of Public 
Sdiodls in Seguin and Corpus Christi, Texas, 1871-3; Academy, Mayfield, 
Ky., three years ; Academy, Dresden, Tenn., two years. Dealer in lumber 
ad Bianaf acturer of wheels, reels, carts, etc., at Kendall Creek, Pa. 
Harried 1875, Ellen C. Clark of Mayfield, Ky. 
Children — Genevieve Clark, bom 9 Dec. 1880. 

Junius Robert, born 13 Nov. 1882. 
Residence, Kendall Creek, Pa. I 



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150. ELIAS DEWITT HUNTLEY 

Bora 19 Apr. 1840 at Elmira, N. Y. Student from Elmira, four years 

between 1861 and 1866. My.sTic. A.B. A K E. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 

I).D. (East Tennesee Wesleyan University) 1879. (Grant Memorial Univer- 

«ty) 1886. LL.D. (Iowa State University) 1879. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Sheldrake and Farmerville, N. Y., 

1866-7; Nunda Circuit, 1867. Teacher of Ancient Languages in Genesee 

Vcile\-an Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1867-8. Pastor at Menomonee Falls and 

^est Gram-ille, Wis., 1868-70; Kenosha, Wis., 1870-2; Jame.sville, Wis., 

*i>-5: Madison, Wis., 1875-8. Presiding Elder of Madison District, West 

Wisconsin Conference, 1878-9. President of Lawrence University, Appleton, 

V18., 1879-83. Pastor of Metropolitan church Washington, I). C, 1883-6 ; 

^Wison Ave. church, Baltimore, Md., 1886-7; Annapolis, Md., First 

*ttith, 1887-91; Baltimore, Md., First church, 1891-3 ; Duluth, Minn., 

Rwchnrch, 1893 '•> Milwaukee, Wis., Sunimerfield church. 1893-5 ; Laurel, 

^1 First church, 1896-7; Washington, D. C, Trinity church, since 1897. 

80th as a volunteer and as a drafted man pronounced ' ' physically unfit 

«r military service.*' Member of the Ecumenical Methodist Conference, 

"•i. London. Chaplain of United States Senate. 1883-6. 

^^wtied I May 1867, Amelia H. Elmore of Milwaukee, Wis. 

Of/i/rr/i— George Elmore, born 10 July 1868; died Oct. 1873. 

Sherman, bom 21 Feb. 1870; died Oct. 1870. 
I^esidence, Washington, D. C. 



258 ALUMNI OF GENBSSB COLLEGE 1 

151. GEORGE KELSEY POWELL 

Born 10 June 1845 at Penn Yan, N. Y. Student from Penn Yan, 186 
and 1866. ^ T. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 

Professor in Beaver Female College, 1866-7. Captain's Clerk U. S. r 
of war Wateree, South Pacific, 1867-8. Principal Union School, Pain 
Post, N. Y., six months of 1869. Teacher in Western House of RefB 
Rochester, N. Y., three months of 1869. Lawyer at Wilkes-Barre, ] 
since 187 1. Declined candidacy for Dist. Atty. and for Judge of Orph£ 
Court. Steward and S. S. Supt. in Methodist Church. 

Married 28 Aug. 1873, Loretta Smallwood of Ripley, Chautauqua Co., N 
Chililrcft — Lewis Smallwood, born 12 June 1874. 
Nellie Willard, born 3 Jan. 1876. 
Ruth, born 11 Dec. 1877; died 13 Jan. 1879. 
Edith M., born 18 June 1881. 
Mary Louise, born 6 Sept. 1884. 
Dorothy, born 16 Feb. 1887. 
Residence, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

152. ♦MELVILLE ALVERSON SENTER 

Bom . StudentfromPerry,N.Y., 1862-6. A.B. A.M. i869and il 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. r868. Pastor at New Ashford, Mass.; Ti 
N. Y., Third St.; South Adams, Mass.; Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 
Died I Feb. 1876 at Troy, N. Y. 

153. MARGARET VIRGINLA TAYLOR (FENNER) 

Sister of No. 362 

Born 8 Jan. 1846 at Gowanda, N. Y. Student from Gowanda, 186; 
B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Recording Secretary of Board of Managers of Rochester Orphan Asyli 
Recording Secretary of College Woman's Club. 
Married 1868, Edward B. Fenner of Rochester, N. Y. 
C/tildrrn^huRT Leslie, born 5 Sept. 1869. 

Edward B. Jr., born 2 Aug. 1876. 
Ward Taylor, born 2 Aug. 1882 ; died 5 Aug. 1882. 
Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

154. *MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR 

Bom 8 Mar. 1845 at Newark, N. V. Student from Newark, 1863-6. j 
Died at Newark on the day of her graduation, 29 June 1866. 

155- GEORGE HENRY WARREN 

Born 16 Jan. 1845 at Oakfield, N. Y. Student from Oakfield, 1863-6. 
^'T. B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Principal of High School, Hastings, Minn., 1867-8. Supt. Public Insi 
tion and Principal of High School, Faribault, Minn., i868-7a Land 



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259 



xrjor in Wisconsin and Minnesota, 1870-8. Engaged in real estate opera- 
and in bujnng and selling pine-timbered lands since 1878. 
Muried 6 Nov. 1872, Jennie I/. Conkey of Faribault, Minn. 
Children — Ax-RiE S., bom 13 Sept. 1873; died 28 Mar. 1876, 
Frank M., born i Dec. 1875. 



tesidence, Minneapolis, Minn. 



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156. JOSEPH L. WHITING 

lorn 30 Jan. 1835 at Lyndeboro, N. Y. Student from Jasper, N. Y., 
Iftj^. A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 
Stadent in Auburn Theological Seminary, 1866-9. Missionary of Presby- 
tedn Board in China since 1869, located at Tientsin, 1869-70; in Peking, 
iITj^ and since 1S81. Was in America from i June 1879 to 27 May 1881. 
SMedderk of Peking Presbytery since 1873. Secretary of China Branch 
Ensfdical Alliance since 1885. 
AttthfiTof " Commentary on Romans," 1886, "Moral Philosophy,*' 1886, 
''Soaday School Quarterly" (Member of Com.) 1877-9 and 1885-6. Revision 
rftncts for North China Tract Society, 1885-6, and minor tracts— all in the 
Chinese language. 
Married 28 July 1869, Lucy E. Jackson of Norwalk, Ohio. 
C^ldren — Chari.ES Munson, born 2 Nov. 1870; died 12 Feb. 1874. 
AI.BERTA, born 25 Dec. 1873 ; died 20 Jan. 1874. 
Helen Malvina, born 29 Aug. 1875. 
Edith Olive, born 27 Apr. 1877. 
Albert, bom 6 June 1883 ; died same day. 
Mabel Gertrude, born 17 Feb. 1885. 
ittidence, Peking, China. § 



157. EMILY BEAMAN WOODEN 

•ora 29 Dec. 1839 at Chili, N. Y. Student from Chili, 1864-6. 
^1891. 

TettheratCape Girardeau, Mo., 1866-8. 
ice, Rochester, N. Y. 



A.B. 



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158. FRANKLIN ENOS GARY W^OODS 

^ 9 Oct. 1837 at Rushford, N. Y. Student from Rushford, 1862-6. 
^^C A.B. A.M. 1869 and 1872. 

Ottgrman, Meth. Epis., 1866. Pastor at Wiscoy, N. Y., 1866-7 : Attica, 
*• »., 1867-8. Agent Aux. of American Bible Society for 25 years. 

Btt published *' Reports" to Auxiliary Bible Soc., Editorials in the 
•■/fl/o Chr, Adi\, and contributions to other papers. 

^ed I June 1870, Mary Margery Huff of Caneadea, N. Y. 

Cii/(/rr«— John Marshall, born 5 Jan. 1873. 
Esther Lbnora, bom 10 Apr. 1875. 

^dencc, 937 West Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. 



26o ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COLLBGB 



Class of 1867 
159. * edward gibbs bickford 

Bom 27 July 1844 at Mendon, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 18^ 
T K. A.B. A.M. 1870. B.D. (Union Theological Seminary) 1870. 

Student in Auburn (N. Y.) Theological Seminary, 1867-9, *nd in Ui 
Theological Seminary, New York, 1869-70. Clergyman, Presbytei 
Pastor at Chaumont, N. Y., 1870-4. Missionary' to Turkey under A. i 
F. M., 1874-7 : stationed at Marash. 

Married 24 Nov. 1870, Harriet S. Williams of Columbus, N. Y. 

Children — Edward Storrs, born 22 June 1872. 

Charlbs Benjamin, born 10 Jan. 1874 ; died 25 Oct. 1874. 
James Hknry, born 27 Jan. 1877 ; died 11 June 1878. 

Died 19 Oct. 1877 at Marash, Turkey. 

160. *ORrN STARR BIXBY 

Born 28 Jan. 1846 at Oxford, N. Y. Student from Skaneateles, N. 
1864-7. B.S. M.S. 1873. 

Manufacturer of artificial teeth. 
Died I Dec. 1880 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

161. LA FAYETTE CONGDON 

Born 21 Oct. 1845 at Ellington, N. Y. Student in Rochester Univer 
1861-3. AT. In Genesee College 1866-7. A.B. * B K. A.M. 1870 
1872. Ph.D. 1883 (Ethics). D.D. (Syracuse) 1888. 

Clergyman, Met h. Epis., 1867. Pastor at Pittsford. N. Y., 1867-70 ;1 
worth, N. Y., 1870-2: Geneseo, N.- Y., 1872-5; Lima, N. Y., 187. 
Newark, N. Y., 1878-81 ; Wolcott, N. Y., 1881-5 ; Towanda, Pa., 18$ 
Syracuse, University Avenue, 1886-91; Bradford, Pa., 1891-6; Homelln; 
N. Y., since 1896. 

Has published " Christian Science," pamphlet, published by the Si 
terial Assoc, of Syracuse, N. Y., 1887 ; •* The English Bible in our Ins 
tions of Higher Learning," in the Christian Advocate^ Ednc. No., l 
Traveled in Europe in Summer of 1884. 

Private in Co. K, 21st N. Y. Cavalry, 1864-5 I serving as clerk in B 
quarters at Elmira and in Shenandoah Valley. 

Married 20 Sept. 1871, Frances A. Kingsley of Pittsford, N. Y. 

Chi/dren—V A\KTTK Kingsley, born 9 Sept. 1872. (No. 1209.) 
Daniel E., born 23 Jan. 1874 ; died 24 Jan. 1875. 
Edna E., bom 17 Nov. 1875. (See Non-graduates.) 
Randolph Thatcher, born 30 July 1877. (See Non-g 
ates.) 



7 AlrUMNI OF GENESEE COIXKGB 36x 

Edgar Davidson, bom 25 Apr. 1879. (See Non -graduates.) 
WESI.EY Benton, bom 11 Nov. 1880 ; died 22 Aug. 1881. 
Clariss, bom 3 Oct. 1886 ; died July 1888. 
Wray Hallowell, bom 29 July 1892. 
Residence, 28 Union St., Horn el Is vi He, N. Y. 



162. JAMES WATEROUS HALL 

100129 May 1845 at Avon, N. Y. Student from Avon, 1864-7. TK, 
Ul A.M. 1870. 
Tocher of Classics in Mendham (N. J.) Institute, 1867-8. Principal of 
lanl Seminary , East Pembroke, N. Y., 1868 ; Yates Polytechnic Institute, 
CkQaango, N. Y., 1868-71. Since 1871, Supervisory Principal in the 
Mbc Schools of St. Louis, Mo. 
Pnralcin Co. G., 136 Regt. 1862, serving six months. 
Harried i Oct. 1868, Mary A. Bell of Canandaigua, N, Y. 
Gtildtfn — Mary E. B., born 8 Feb. 1870. 
Harry R., bom 3 Feb. 1871. 
John Walter, bom 7 Sept. 1876. 
Residence, 2S06 Thomas Street, St. Louis, Mo. $5 



163. SARA MILLER HANCHETTE (HUNT) 

^on^i Dec. 1845 *t Lima, N. Y. Student from Lima, 1863-7. A.B. 
U1870. 
^w»ptres6of Seminary, Red Creek, N. Y., 1869-70. Teacher in Semi- 
•■y, Fairfield, N. Y., 1870-1. Teacher of French in Seminary, Cazenovia, 
I St., 187 1-8. 

^'•nicd 14 July 1870, Ralph Hunt (No. 173^. ^^ for further record) of 

^•sdence, Hvanston, 111. 



164. EBENEZER HERMAN LATIMER 

^ro 10 .\pr. 1842 at Pike, N. Y. Student from Penn Yan, N. Y., 1863-7. 

*^ tT. A.B. A.M. 1870 and 1872. D.D. (Syracuse) 1898. 
'^pal of Union School, Rushville, N. Y., 1869-70 ; Ha verling Free 
[^iideniy, Bath, N. Y., 1870-3. Clergyman, Meth. Epis., 1870. Pastor at 

*cedon, X. Y., and Perrington, N. Y., 1873-6 ; Churchville, N. Y., 1876-7; 
i*fclo. Riverside, 1877-9 ; Wellslioro, Pa., 1879-82 ; Albion, N. Y., 1882-5 ; 
^ N. v., 1885-7 ; Homells^-ille, N. Y., Park church, 1887-90 ; Roches- 
*f,X. Y.. Comhill church, 1890-92. Presiding Elder Olean Dist. 1892-8 ; 
<*nttee Dist. since 1898. 

^e an extended tonr through Europe in 1890. 

Ifarried 3 Feb. 1870, Elsie R. Holbrook, of Rushville, N. Y. 



^2 ALUMNI OF GBNBSBB COI«I«BGB 

Children — E1.SIE Mary, bom 28 Dec. 1873. / 

Lai'ra Mills, bom 30 Aug. 1877. (See Non-graduates.) 
John Cline, born 10 July 1879 * died 10 Mar. 1880. 
Charles Winchester, bom 25 July 1881. 

Residence, Perry, N. Y. 

165. WILLIAM HARVEY LENNON 

Bom 15 Aug. 1838 at Rensselaerville, N. Y. Student from Binghaa 
N. Y., 1864-7. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1870 and 1872. 

Principal High School, Clyde, N. Y.. 1867-8; Union School. Coblai 
N. Y., 1868-9. Professor of Natural Science, Brockport State Noi 
School, since 1869, and Vice Principal since 1882. Supt. S. S. 1875-9^ 

Married 16 July 1867, vSarah J. Shepherd of North Chili, N. Y. 

Oft «/^/r;/— Alice Louise, bom 9 Apr. 1870. 

Grace Shepard, born 15 Apr. 1873. 
Katk Miriam, bom 2 May 1875. 

Residence, Brockport, N. Y. 

166. ♦LOREN GRANT OVENSHIRE 

Born II Apr. 1838 atUrbana, N. Y. Student from Bath, N. Y., 1862. 
and 1867. A.B. A.M. 1870 and 1872. 

Teacher in Jersey Co., 111., 1867-8. Engaged in farming 1868-1894. 
Married 9 Oct. 1872, Mary Hewitt of Barrington, N. Y. 
Died 29 May 1894 at Barrington, N. Y. 

167. LOWELL LYMAN ROGERS 

Bom 25 May 1838 at Wellsville, N. Y. Student from Wellsville in Die 
son College, 1861-2 ; in Genesee College, 1866-7. A.B. A.M. iSToandl 

Principal of Academy, Perry, N. Y., 1868-72. Professor of Ntt 
Science in Willamette University, Oregon, 1872-4. Clergyman, Meth.] 
Pastor at Springville, N. Y., 1874-6. President of College, Napa, ' 
1876-80 ; of Ashland College, Oregon, 1880-4. Principal of Academj 
Helena, Cal., 1884-7. Pastor of various churches in Southern Califc 
since 1887. 

Married 1864, Ada A. Andrus of Ceres, Allegany Co., N. Y. 

Children — Earl A., born 1869. 
Blanche, born 1873. 
Madgk, bom 1876. 

Residence, Los Angeles, California. 

168. CHARLES W^ESLEY WINCHESTER 

Bom 2 July 1843 ^^ Westminster, Vt. Student from Claremont, ^ 
1863-7. T K. * T. A.B. A.M. 1870 and 1872. D.D. (Syracuse) 1899 

Teacher of Greek and German in Seminary, Fairfield, N. Y., iJ 
Teacher of Latin and Greek in Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., i8( 



ALUMNI OF GRNBSEB COLI.EGB 263 

man, Meth. Epis. , 1870. Principal of East Genesee Conference Semi- 
ivid, N. Y., 1870-1. Pastor at Enfield, N. Y., 1871-2 ; Millport, 
1S72-5 : Palmyra, N. Y., 1875-8 ; Hornellsville, N. Y., Park church, 
1 : Rochester, N. Y., Asbury church, 1881-2 ; Buffalo, N. Y., Ply- 
church, 1882-5; Batavia, N. Y., 1885-8; Medina, N. Y., 1888-91. 
ing elder Cominji^ Dist. 1891-8. Pastor at Wellsville, N. Y, since 
Secretary of Genesee Conference, 1881-91. Delegate to Ecumenical 
Conference in Washington, D. C, 1891. Delegate to General Con- 
ic. 1896. Traveled in Europe, 1890. Alumni Orator, 1882. Has 
vi eartensively. 

• published **The Gospel Kodak Abroad," **The Christian Sabbath ; 
Sunday or Saturday?" *'The Plague of Darkness; Spiritualism;'* 
t Baptism of the Holy Ghost;" *'The Tenth for God." 
Lrifd 22 July 1 868, Mary Pengra of Meadville, Pa. 
2:f-FANNiE Grack born 19 Feb. 1872. 
>Htnctj, Wellsville, N. Y. 



Class of 1868 

169. ALONZO AUGUSTUS ASHMUN 

"Tn 2; Dec. 1S43 ^t Springville, N. Y. Student from Springville, 

4-\ T K. Hk T. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

*rindpal of Public school, Farmingdale, N. Y., 1868-72 ; Babylon, N. Y., 

'2-^;Hrwklyn, N. Y., since 1878. 

^.e-i 25 Dec. 1872, Cordelia E. Baldwin of Farmingdale, N. Y. 

Cai/jr,-i/- Gilbert A., born 9 Oct. 1873. 

Jennie C, born 8 Sept. 1875. 

Frederick W., bom i June 1879 ; died 22 Mar. 1883. 
lesidence, 186 Elton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

170. ♦MILES GAYLORD BULLOCK 

^ 25 June 1841 at Norway, N. Y. Student from Prospect, N. Y., 

M. Mystic. A.B. LL.B. (Hamilton) 187^^ A.M. 1872. Ph.D. 

^(Oeology). 

Clergj'man, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Little Falls, N. Y., 1867-70 ; Clinton, 

'V., 1870-3. Principal of Lake Shore Seminary, North East, Pa., 1873-4. 

WatWatertown, N. Y., 1874-7 ; Oswego, N. Y., Trinity ch., 1877-80. 

^Hed pulpit of PljTnouth (Congregational) Church, Syracuse, N. Y., 

'^i- Pastor of First Congregational Church, Owego, N. Y., 1881-6. 

P«ial student in Yale Divinity School, Oct. 1886. Scribe of New York 

*^ Congregational Association, 1882-4. 

Acthorofa volume of sermons **What Christians Believe," 1879, also 

«wof **The Sabbath," by H. T. Besse. 

||«nied 6 July 1869, Mrs. Mary L. Petrie of Little Falls, N. Y. 

"Ai/rf— ]^tABEi* EiXEN, bom 28 May, 1872. 

Wed g 



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264 ALUMNI OF GBNBSEB COI^I^BGB 

171. WILLIAM HENRY DODD 

Born 29 Mar. 1843 a^ Sodus, N. Y. Student from Sodus, 1864-8. Ml 
A.B. Ben. A.M. 1872. 

Engaged in farming since 186S. 

Married (I ) 1870, Emma S. Seymour of Sodus, N. Y.; (2) 15 July 
Clara E. Combs of Phelps, N. Y. 

Children — Dai^las Dayton, born 19 July 1881. 
Isabel, bom 12 Mar. 1883. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

172. JOHN ROXBURGH GORDON 

Born at Saxouville, Mass. Student from Honeoye Falls, N. Y., l\ 
three years. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

Principal Union School, Morrisville, N. Y., 1868-9. Teacher at 
ville, N. Y., 1869-71; Antwerp, N, Y., 1871-2 ; Fairport, N. Y., 1872-81, 

Married (I ) June 1871, Carrie Goodwin, who died Sept. 1871 ; (2) i88l,i 
Evelyn Clark. 

Residence, Minneapolis, Minn. 

173. RALPH HUNT 
Brother of No. 187 

Bom 19 July 1840 at St. Armand, C. E. Student Jfrom North 
N. Y., 1865-8. Mystic. A.B. A.M. (Wesleyan) 1872. 

Principal Academy, Truniansburg, N. Y., 1868-9 ; Seminary, Red 
N. Y., 1869-70. Teacher of Latin and Mathematics, Seminary, Pai] 
N. Y., 1 870- 1 ; of Mathematics, Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., l\ 
Principal High School, Atchison, Kan., 1879-80. SuperintendcBt 
Schools, White Cloud, Kansas, 1880-1. Admitted to the Bar in t88l 
has since practiced Law in Chicago, 111. Was a member of Co. **C" 
N. Y. H. Artillery. Discharged at Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 1865. 

Married 14 July, 1870, Sara M. Hanchette (No. 163) of Lima, N. Y. 

Children — Dana Rai,ph, born 24 Jan. 1876. 

Ernest Cukford, born 7 Aug. 1883. 

Residence, Evanston, 111. 

174. WILLIAM WARD HUNT 

Born 17 Feb. 1846 at Albion, N. Y. Student from Theresa, N. Y., 1863 
and 1868. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis., 1869. Pastor at Delmar, Pa., 1869-70; Moimv 
ton, Pa.; Lawrenceville, Pa., 1878-80. 

Married 31 Aug. 1870 Auzella C. Rolinson (No. 99) of Lima, N. Y. 
Children — May Zklla, born 26 Apr. 1876. 
Fay Rouson, bom 14 Aug. 1879. 
Grack, born 2^ Apr. 1882. 
Residence, Canastota, N. Y. 



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265 



175. MINER HAMLIN PADDOCK 

Born 4 Jan. 1S46 at Amboy, K. Y. Student from Clarkson, X. Y., 1863-8, 
ioor years. T K. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

Fiincipal Union School, Addison, X. Y., 1868-9; Union School, 
^ Uedina, X. Y., 1S69-73. Student at Boston University in Theolo>(y, Ora- 
Ivvind Music, 1873-4. Teacher at Rutherford Park, X. J., 1878-9 ; at 
fifli School, Bridi(eiK)rt, Conn., 1880-2. Vice-Principal of High School, 
Jmcy City, X. J. , 1H82 — ? At present head teacher of Science, High School, 
fcovidtnce. R. I. 
Has contributed many articles to school periodicals : also on Minerals — i. 
•Gammar School Pupil's Manual," 1897; 2. '• Grammar School Miner- 
•hp." 1898 ; 3. High School Manual;" 4. *• Minerals." 
Ifamed 10 Feb. 1881, Susie R. Plumb of Bridgeport, Conn. 
CkiUrfH — MiNKR Harvey, bom 14 Nov. 1881. 
Lew Xathan, bom 2 Dec. 1883. 
Stephen, born 1890. 
Percy, bom 1895. 
IttBdcnce, Jersey City, X. J. 



176. ROSE EVAUNE ROLISON (BENJAMIN) 

Bom 13 Feb. 1849 at Avon, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 1864-8. 
i.1- .\.M. 1877. 

£BSi{[ed in literary and musical employments until marriage. 

toned 20 July 1882, I. T. Benjamin of Crete, Neb. (Mr. Benjamin was 
L*«i4entat Gen. Coll.) 

QiW— Revillo I., bora 24 May 1884. 
i, McCook, Neb. 



177. JAY KELLOGG SMITH 

^ S Feb. 1846 at Wheeler, N. Y. Student from Hammondsport, 
.>• v., 1864-8. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

J^Kipal Academy, Henrietta^ N. Y., 1870-2; Union School, Rushville, 
[*•»., 1872-3. Lawyer since 1873 at Prattsburgh, N. Y., and Penn Yan, N. Y. 

^"•"itti . I ) 22 .\ug. 1879, UnaM. Saunders of Canandaigua, N. Y.; (2) 
['^; 1W5. Franc H. Wilson, of Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

Ch6/r^«_UxA Maria, bom 21 Mar. 1883. 
Fu>RENCE W., born i Aug. 1887. 
Kathbrine a., bora 25 July, 1893. 

^idcnce. Penn Yan, N. Y. 



178. CARLTON CYRENUS WILBOR 

biiioSept. 1842 at Town Line, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 
^A.B. 4*8 K. A.M. 1872. Ph.D. 1 88 1 (History). D.D. (Syracuse) 189 1. 
^««yinan, Meth. Epis., 1868. Pastor at Oakfield, N. Y., 1868 ; Spencer- 
^*- Y., 1868-70 ; Maiden, Mass., 1870-1; Rushford, N. Y., 1871-2 ; 



266 AI«UMNI OF GBNBSEB COI,I,BGB ll 

Hornellsville, N. Y., 1872-3 ; Buffalo, N. Y., Pljrmouth church, \i 
Lockport, N. Y., ist church, 1885--8. Presiding Elder of Troy and E 
Districts, 1878-81. Pastor at Syracuse, N. Y., University Avenue, 18 
Cortland, N.Y., 1884-6 ; Elmira, N.Y., ist church, 1886-90. Presiding 
of Elmira Dist., 1890-6. President Cazenovia Seminary since 1896. 

Has published *' History of First Methodist Episcopal Church of El 
N. Y.," and articles in the Quarterly Register ^ Elmira, N. Y. Memi 
the General Conferences of 1868 and 1896. 

Married 22 Jime 1864, Dorcas M. Hale of Lima, N. Y. 

Children— QAVLVto-Sf Halb, born 14 Feb. 1869. 
Harold Briggs, born 18 June, 1874. 

Residence, Cazenovia, N. Y. 

• 

179. *EMMA WILBOR (PEET) 

Sister of No. 786 

Born 3 Dec. 1847 at Lyndonville, N. Y. Student from Lima, K 
1865-9. B-S. 1869. 
Married Oct. 1869, Hiram L. Peet (No. 271). 
CA;7^— Shbldon Wilbor, born 1871. 
Died 10 Jan. 1877 at Batavia, N. Y. 



Class ok 1869 

180. * GEORGE HAMILTON BARTON 

Born 8 July 1839 ^^ New Haven, N. Y. Student from Mexico, ] 
1865-9. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

Principal Academy, Rome, N. Y., 1869-72; High School, Jersey 
N. J., 1872-83. Superintendent of Jersey City schools, 1883-5. 

Married 14 April 1870, Sara E. Fisher (No. 184) of Clyde, N. Y. 

^ 'A //^—George Fishbr, bom 29 April 1873. 

Died 10 July 1885 at Jersey City, N. J. 

181. * ERASMUS DARWIN BLAKESLEE 

Brother of No. 209 

Born 3 Dec. 1847 at DundafF, Pa. Student from Lima, N. Y. il 
A.B. A.M. 1872. LL.B. (Albany Law School) 1877. 

Teacher of Natural Science in State Normal School, Potsdam, 1 
1869-75. Acting principal of same, 1875-6. Law student in Alban 
School, 1876-7. An invalid from 1877 until time of death. Pub 
numerous articles including four or five lectures in various periodicaL 

Married 3 July 1872, Emma Louise Qua of Galesburg, Mich, 

Died 18 Oct. 1883, at East Greenwich, R. L 



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182. FRANK PHELPS EDGERTON 

Born at Orleans, N. Y. Student from Phelps, N. Y., 1866-9. B.S. 

Eigaged in farming near Clifton Springs, N. Y., since 1869. A soldier in 
ftccml war from August 1862 to the close o^ the war. 
Eesidence, Clifton Springs, N. Y. § 



183. FRENCH WILLIAM FISHER 

iora 3 Nov. 1840 at Batavia, N. Y. Student from Batavia, 1867-9. 
fane. B.S. M.S. 1872. B.D. (Auburn Theological Seminary) 1876. 

Messor in Johnson College, Macon, Mo., 1869-70. Teacher in Rural 
fcBaarr, East Pembroke, N. Y., 1870. Clergyman, Presbyterian, 1876. 
fmuix Franklinville, N. Y., 1875-81 ; Portville, N. Y., 1 88 1-5 ; Macon, 
Jhuaacc 1885. 

Bilisted in Co. D., 49 N. Y. Vol., 9 Aug. 1861 ; promoted to Sergeant, 
^ Uentenaot, ist Lieutenant and Captain ; discharged 27 June 1865 ; 
•«aded twice at Cedar Creek, Va., and at assault in Petersburgh, Va. 

Ma-Tied Dec. 1870, Elizabeth R. Brown of Penfield, N. Y. 

^eadence, Macon, Mo. ^ 

184. SARA ELIZABETH FISHER (BARTON) 
8«n 16 Sept. 1848 at Clyde, N. Y. Student from Clvde, 1865-9. A.B. 

^**cfptres8 at Free Academy, Rome, N. Y., 1869-72. 
^ed 14 Apr. 1870, George H. Barton (No. 180, g. v. for further record ) 
^Hexico.N. Y. 
^ttidence, 614 West Gray St., Elmira, N. Y. 

185. THOMAS B. HOPKINS 

}^ 4 Apr. 1842 at Enfield, N. Y. Student from Southport, N. Y., 

A.B. A.M. 1872. 

^««cher at South Bend, Ind., 1870. Pastor in Cal., at May field and Red- 

^'JHji ; Berr\'essa, 1872 ; Mayfield and Redwood, 1873 ; Monterey, 1874 ; 

'Giiosand New Almaden, 1875-8 ; Berryessa, 1879-80 ; Auburn, 188 1-4 ; 

City, 1885-8 ; Newcastle, 1889 ; Campbell and Saratoga, 1890-5 ; 

Park, 1896. 

^Wilted in 107 N. Y. Vol. Infantry, 11 June 1862 ; honorably discharged 
f Jttie 1865. 

^'•nied 29 Jan. 1874, Lillie Forest of Redwood City, California. 
OfWr^ff— Laura Branch, bom 25 May 1876. 
Mark Forrest, bom 23 May 1878. 
MiRA May, bora 16 Jan. 1880; died 23 Sept. 1885. 
Residence. College Park, Cal. 



268 AI<UMNI OF GBNBSBB COLI.BGB 

1 86. OSCAR ALLEN HOUGHTON 

Born 15 May 1841 at Trenton, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N 
1865-9. Mystic. AKE. A.B. *BK. A.M. 1872. Ph.D. 1882 
Evid.) D.D. (Syracuse) 1887. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. P«stor at Wolcott, N. Y., 1869-70 ; Syn 
First Ward church, 1870-2; Geddes, N. Y., 1872-5; Baldwinsville, > 
1875-6 ; Ithaca, N. Y., State Street church, 1876-7 ; Syracuse, Centi 
church, 1877-80; Clyde, N. Y., 18S0-3; Elmira, N. Y., Hedding chi 
1883-6; Elmira, N. Y., Centenary church, 1886-7; Auburn, N. Y., 
church, 1887-92 ; Cortland, N. Y., since 1896. Secretary of Texas : 
Chautauqua Assoc, Houston, Tex., 1892-5. Financial Sec. of Syn 
University for a part of 1895. Acting Pastor North Ave. Congregat 
church, Cambridge, Mass., 1896. Traveled in Europe, 1886 and in £| 
Palestine, Greece and Italy, 1891. Enlisted in U. S. Vol. service 
rejected on examination. 

Married r Sept. 1869, Susan Ayres (No. 1724) of Elmira, N. Y. 

Child — Harris Ayrrs, born 25 Feb. 1874. (No. 1300.) 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

187. HIRAM WILLIAM HUNT 

Brother of No. 173 

Born 30 June 1833 at Stanbridge, C. E. Student from Argyle, J< 
1864-9. Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1872. M.S.D. (Williams McnUl Col 
Atlanta, Ga.) 1891. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin at Pulaski, N. Y., 1874; same in 
Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 1874-6. Principal Seminary, Gouver 
N. Y., 1876-80; Academy, Argyle, N. Y., at two different periods oi 
year each ; Felton Seminary, Kent Co., Del., 1882-4. Resided at Pcdi 
burg, Caroline Co., Md., 1884-5. Principal Academy, East Spring 
N. Y., 1885-6. Practices the profession of curing diseases by the **li 
on of hands." 

Has contributed many articles to the Press — principally on the w 
question. 

Married Aug. 1871, Kate S. Ewart of Groveland, N. Y. 

Residence, Federalsburg, Md. 

188. *DAVID SIMONS KELLICOTT 

Born 2S Jan. 1S42 at Hastings Center, N. Y. Student from Has 
Center six terms between 1S65 and 1869. Mystic. B.S. Ph.B. 
*BK. Ph.D. iS8r (Zoolog)'). 

Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics, Academy, Mexico, 1 
1869-70 ; of Mathematics in Keystone State Normal School, Katztowi 
1S70-1. Professor of Natural vScience in Buffalo State Normal S< 
1 87 1-8; also Professor of Botany in College of Pharmacy, Universi 
Buffalo, 1886-8. Professor of Zoology and Entomology in Ohio 



1869 Al,UMNI OF GBNESBE COLLEGE 269 

Caiversity 188S-98. Fellow of the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science. Secretary of American Society of Microscopists. Editor 
ff B»lUtin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Science and of Bulletin of 
Bnfalo Field Naturalists' Club. Fellow of Royal Microscopical Society of 
Loodon, England. 

Has published the following scientific papers: (i) In Canadian Ento- 

motoj^ist: ** A new Gall Moth and notes on larvie of other Gall Moths," x, 

"Observations on Nephopterix Zimmermannii," xi, 1 14-116 ; *' Lar- 

idbabits of a golden-rod boring plume," xii, 105-6; "Observations on 

species of .ICgeridse," xiii, 3-8; "The larva of Catocala unijiiga," 

J8-9; "Notes on -Nigeria pini," xiii, 157; "Is Psedisca Scudderiana a 

Lcr?" xiv, 161-3; "Psephenus LeContei — external anatomy of 

lw«," XV, 191-8; " O\npositing apparatus of Nonagria subcamia," x\'i, 

1)1; "Enmacuria brunnearia," xvii, 32-3. (2) In American Monthly 

Mxn&cofnca I Journal : "Description of new species of Argulus," iii, 1, 

■*^i 153.$^^./ ** Notes on microscopic life in Buffalo water supply," iii, 

^^^q.: "A new Rotifer," iv, 19; " Opercularia constricta, n. sp.," iv, 

05^.. "Argulus Stizostethii," V, 53 ^^V--' **Some observations on pond 

Bf."Ti, 168. (3) In Bulletin Buffalo Society of Natural Science: " Non- 

^snbcamea, n. sp., and Hydriomena transversata, n. sp., v, 40 seq, 

•4» In Entojnologica Americana: "Notes on the lar\'ie of the genus 

CKocala " ii, 45-6. (5) In Proceedings of American Society of Micros- 

ofisti: "On certain Crustacea parasitic on fishes from the Great Lakes," 

^ p. 53 seq.; "Observations on Lemajocera cruciata," 1878, p. 64 

i% "Lemaeocera tortua, n. sp.," 1880, p. 41 seq.; "On certain crusta- 

parasites of fresh water Fishes," 1882, p. 75 seq.; "Polyzoa — obser- 

00 species detected near Buffalo," 1882, p. 217 seq.; "Infusoria 

fcwl on the Cray-fish," 1883, p. 105 seq.; " Cothurina lata, n. sp.," 1883, 

1^113-144; "Notes on two parasites of the Cray -fish," 1883, p. 115 seq.; 

*Ohienrations on Infusoria, with descriptions of new species," 1884, p. no 

•f.; "Notes on Infusoria, Rotatoria, etc.," 1884, p. 115 seq.; "Obser- 

•JJons on some fresh water Infusoria with descriptions of a few species 

•prd«d as new," 1885, p. 38 seq.; "A new Floscule," 1885, p. 48. 

^ In The Microscope: "An unusual Infusorian of the family Vorticel- 

W»,'*iv, 248 seq. (7) In Papilio: "Larvae of Catocala fiebilis and 

Cttocalaamatrix," i, 141 seq. (8) In Jour. Cincinnati Soc. of Nat. Hist., 

rt^-^. "CaUlogue Odonata of Ohio." (9, In Proc. Am. Soc. of Mtc, 

%. • Rotifcne of Sandusky Bay." 

IWted into U. S. military ser\-ice 5 Aug. 1863 ; honorably discharged 24 
H 1863. 
Harried 26 July 1870, Valeria E. Stowell of Corunna, Mich. 
<^JWr<Ti— Gertrude, bom 25 Sept. 1871. 

WiLUAM Erskinb, bom 5 Apr. 1878. 
Wed 14 Apr. 1898 at Columbus, O. 



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270 AI^UMNI OF GBNRSBE COIXBGE M 

189. *HARRIET JAQUES KENDALIv (THOMPSON) 

Born 29 June 1848 at Pavilion, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 1865-9 
A.B. A.M. 1873. 

Preceptress Academy, Baldwinsville, N. Y., 1869-70. 
Married 18 Oct. 1870, Egbert R. Thompson. 
Children — Alfred K., born i June 1872. 
RusSEi,!. J., born 28 Sept. 1876. 
Died 1 1 Apr. 1884 at Hemlock Lake, N. Y. 

190. MARSENA EVELYN PEIRCE (THOMPSON) 

Bom 10 June 1846 at Castile, N. Y. Student from Pike, N. Y., 1864-9 
B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Preceptress Academy, Medina, N. Y., 1870-1. Instructor in French 
Assistant preceptress in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 187 

Married 23 June 1875, W. E. Thompson (No. 1748) of Genesee Wesley» 
Seminary. 

Residence, Hamline, Minn, 'i 

191. EDWARD M. SAWYER 

Born 20 Dec. 1845 at Star key, N. Y. Student from Dundee, N. V 
1867-9. Mystic. B.S. M.S. 1872. 

Teacher of Higher Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, Wesleya 
Seminary, Gouverneur, N. Y., 1871. Merchant in Dundee, N. Y. am 
Chicago, 111., 1872-7. Since 1880 in real estate and loan business i: 
Dundee, N. Y. President of the village of Dundee, N. Y., 1881. Super 
visor for the town of Starkey, N. Y., 1891. 

Married 10 Feb. 1885, j:ora Belle Smith of Dundee, N. Y. 

Children — Haroi^d, born 9 June 1890. 
DoNAi^D, born i Aug. 1894. 

Residence, Dundee, Yates Co., N. Y. 

192. BENJAMIN JACKSON TRACY 

Bom 9 Mar. 1840 at Townsend, N. Y. Student from Townscnd, 1866-9^ 
Mystic. Ben. A.B. A.M. 1872. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Fremont, N. Y., 1869; Springfield, 
Pa., 1869-71 ; East Canton, Pa., 187 1-4 ; Middlesex, N. Y., 1874-6 ; Dundee 
N. Y., 1876-8; Orleans, N. Y., 1878-80; Lodi, N. Y., 1880-3? Fair Haven 
N. Y., 1883-5; Canton, Pa., 1885-7; Blossburg, Pa., 1887-93; Liverpool 
N. Y., 1893-8; Fleming, N. Y., since 1898. 

Enlisted in 107 N. Y. Vol. 18 July 1862. Participated in battles of Antic 
tarn, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Resaca, Pumpkinvine Creek, KenneM* 
Mountain, Culps Farm, Marietta, Peach Tree Creek, Averysboro and BeO 
ton\'ille ; also in the siege of Atlanta, the Savannah campaign and Shcnnan"" 
march northward. Was wounded at the siege of Atlanta. 



1870 



AI,UMNI OF GBNBSEB COUi^BGB 



271 



MAiricd (i) 31 July 1867, Frances E. Fairchild of Ovid, N. Y.; (2) 6 Oct. 
i»74, Ella E. Wyman of Potter, N. Y. 
Children — Martha P., bom 6 June 1870. (No. 1509. ) 

Lorenzo C, bom 5 Sept. 1872 ; died 22 Dec. 1872. 
•Althea W., bora 5 Dec. 1875. (No. 1625.) 
Edward Ross, bom 23 Nov. 1879. 
Residence, Fleming. N. Y. 



Class of 1870 
193. gedney s. banter 

loni II July 1849 a' Wheeler, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 1867-70. 
U 

Tachcr 1870. Hardware merchant at Elkhart, Ind., Lima, N. Y., and 
toadaigua, N. Y., 1871-82. Carpenter and builder at Aberdeen, Dakota 
•ilima, N. Y., since 1882. 

Wdcnce, Lima, N. Y. g 



194. ALFRED CASE 

Born 17 June 1835 at Broadalbin, N. Y. Student from Phelps, N. Y., 
JW-61 ; sickness intervened and A.B. given in 1870. A.M. 1880. 

Clerk in charge of Clothing Camp and Garrison Equipage for two years 
•dfoor months at Newbern, N. C, Norfolk, Va., and Point Lookout, Md. 
fcthc grocery and dry goods trade at Rochester, N. Y., and Clyde, N. Y., 
^^5-8. Bookkeeper at Omaha, Neb., 1868-9. Teacher in public schools in 
^^ttha. Neb., 1869-70. Bookkeeper and cashier, Omalia, Neb., 1870-74. 
^nopal of public schools Avoca, N. Y., 1875-6. Bookkeeper and cashier, 
Rochester, N. Y., and Clyde, N. Y., 1877-81, except one year as teacher in 
Cflttmerdal College at Rochester, N. Y. Since 1881 in same business at 
*«hester and Bath, N. Y. 

Manied 24 June 1863, Caroline M. French of Bath, N. Y. 

toidence, Bath, N. Y. 



195. MONROE GEORGE CHENEY 

Boni 23 Apr. 1846 at Sandusky, N. Y. Student from Sandusky, 1868-70. 
^ M.S. 1873. 

Toicher in Ten Broeck Free Academy, 1870-4 and 1880-90. Merchant 
•74-80; Justice of the Peace ; General Agent for Johnson's Cyclopaedia, 
%>-6. Ruling Elder in United Presbyterian Church since 1883. 

Anther of »* Advanced Lessons in Geography." 

^'Mried 8 Aug. 1871, Annie N. Button of Franklin ville, N. Y. 



272 ALUMNI OF GENBSBB COU«BGB 

Children — Hbman G., born 25 May 1873. 

Annie M., born 13 Apr. 1875. 

Jonas K., born 29 Sept. 1877. 

Raymond H., born i Oct. 1880. 

Gordon M., bom 19 Jan. 1883. 

Jane B., born 2 Aug. 1885. 

Eleanor, born 3 May 1892 ; died 3 June 1894. 

Monroe G., bom 27 Sept. 1893. 
Residence, Franklinville, N. Y. 

196. THOMAS CHRISTMAS CLAVEN 
Student from Caledonia, N. Y., 1867-70. B.S. Further history unkw 

197. SARAH ELIZA DOUGLASS (McMAHON) 

Born 16 Jan. 1839 at Gorham, N. Y. Student from Gorham, 186; 
A.B. 

Missionary Assistant in charge of mission work and expenditure of f 
for the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episc 
Church for ten years in Roy Bareilly, Oudh, India ; and for three yet 
Paori, Gurhwal, India. Missionary in India until Jan. 1897. 

Married 22 Aug. 1870, Rev. John T. McMahon (No. 200 q, v. for fni 
record). 

Residence, Middletown, Conn. 

198. PORTER MONTGOMERY FRENCH 

Brother of No. 387 

Born 2 Sept. 1850 at Fulton, N. Y. A.M. 1873. Student from I 
N. Y., 1866-70. TK. ^I'T. A.B. A.M. 1873. 

Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., 1873-84 ; Rochester, N. Y., since i Jan. 
Alunmi Trustee of Sj'nicuse University' since 1896. 

Marrieii 10 Sept. 1874, Cora Newton of Sandy Creek, N. Y. 
Children — Lilla Ella, born 20 July 1875; died 31 July 1885. 
John, born 20 July 1877. 
Fanny, born 16 May 1880. 
Residence. Rochester, N. Y. i: 



199. EMMA LOUISE HYATT (MURPHY) 

Born 8 Nov. 1S47 at Starkey, N. Y. Student from Starkey, 1866^70 
A.M. 1873. 

Preceptress Academy, Red Creek, N. Y., 1870-5 ; Preceptress High S 
Penn Yan, N. Y., 1877-9. 

Married 8 Aug. 187 1, Francis E. Murphy, M.D. of Butler, N. Y. 

(.7/ /A/— Ralph Emkrson Hyatt, bom 3 Feb. 1886. 

Residence, .\uburn, N. Y. 



xSTO AI.UMNI OF GENESEE COLI^BGB 273 

200. ♦JOHN TODD McMAHON 

Bom 5 May 1843 »* Columbia, Maine. Student from Lima, N. Y., 
1867-70. A.B. 1870. 

Clerg3mian, Meth. Epis., and Missionary in India, 1870-96 ; in the United 
Sutes, on leave of absence, from 1883 to Nov. 1885. Presiding Elder of 
Kmnaon Dist., India. At Roy Bareilly for 10 years. The rest of his time 
as missionarv he was in the Himalava Mts. 

Enlisted as private in Co. E. 136 N. Y. Vol. Infantry, Aug. 1862, and 
wved till the close of the war ; participated in battles of Gettysburg, Mis- 
marv Ridge and Lookout Mountain, and in siege of Atlanta and Sher- 
■u's march to the sea. 
Author of ** History of the Roy Bareilly Mission." 
Married 22 Aug. 1870, Sarah E. Douglass (No. 197). 
Children — Henry Isaiah, bom 23 Sept. 1872. 

George Dougi^ss, born 28 Feb. 1874. 
John Robert, bom i Sept. 1875. 
Charles Wiluam, born 18 June 1877. 
Ci,ARA Margaret, born i June 1879 ; died 27 Apr. 1883. 
Robert Cecii., born i June 1879. 
Died 5 July 1896 at Dwarahat, India. 

201. CHARLES EDWARD MILLSPAUGH 

Born iS June 1848 at Gorhani, N. Y. Student from Gorham, 1866-70. 
Mystic. A.B. A.M. 1873. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at East Rush, N. Y., 1870-2 ; Pultney, 
K Y., 1872-3 ; Canisteo, N. Y., 1873-6: Addison, N. Y., 1876-8; Buffalo, 
N. Y., (Eagle St.) 1878-81 ; Lima. N. Y., 1881-4 ; Geneseo, N. Y., 1884-7 ; 
Coming. N. Y'., 1887-91 ; Albion, N. Y'., 1891-4. Presiding Elder, Niagara 
DtsL, since 1894. 

Lectnrcr at Silver Lake School of Theology. 

Married 25 Oct. 1870, Elizabeths. Tozer of Canandaigiui, N. Y'. 

Cli/</— Frederic Wiluam, bom 27 Apr. 1880. (See Non- graduates.) 

Residence, Albion, N. Y'. 

202. ♦JOHN SHEPARD MORGAN 

Born 17 Dec. 1847 at Lima, N. Y'. Student from Lima four years 
^Ktween 1865 and 1870. T K. Sk T. A.B. A.M. 1873. 

Lawyer in Rochester, N. Y. Special County Judge Monroe Co., N. Y'., 
Reeled Nov. 1879. County Judge, Monroe Co., elected Nov. 1883. 
turned 16 Dec. 1875. Ella S. Munson. 
CliWr«»— Marian, bora 31 Oct. 1878. 

Johns., born 28 Aug. 1880 ; died 24 Feb. 1883. 
Shepard A., bom i June 1884. 
I>ied 19 Dec. 1888 at Rochester. N. Y'. 



274 AI<UMNI OF GENBSBB COI«I«BGE li 

203. JOHN A. MUNSON 

Bom 22 Nov. 1848, at Tyre, N. Y. Student from Savannah, N. 
1868-70. T K. * T. B.S. M.S. 1873. 

Dealer in grain, coal, lumber, etc., at Savannah, N. Y., since: 
Town Clerk of Savannah, N. Y., two years; Supervisor, seven y 
Member N. Y. State Assembly 1879. Member Board of Education, 
years ; Village Trustee, one year. 

Married 27 Mar. 1872 Frances C. Sherman of East Avon, N. Y. 

Children — Archie Rowland, born 5 Mar, 1873 ; died 17 Nov. 1874. 
John A. Jr., born 5 May, 1876. 

Residence, Savannah, N. Y. 

204. WILLIAM HENRY REESE 

Bom 3 Feb. 1844 at Clifton Springs, N. Y. Student from Clifton Spri 
1865-70, four years. T K. *^ T. A.B. A.M. 1873. D.D. (Sjrracusc)! 
Principal Academy, Mexico, N. Y., 1870-72 ; Seminary, Fairfield, N 
1872-5. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Clinton, N. Y., 1875-8; R< 
N. Y., First church, 1878-81; Ilion, N. Y., 1881-4; Watertown, N 
Arsenal St. church, 1884-7 ; Kansas City, Mo., Dundee Place chu 
1887-92 ; Wilkesbarre, Pa., Central Ch., 1892-3. Principal Gen. Wes.S 
Lima, N. Y., 1893-5. Pastor at Coudersport, Pa., since 1895. 
Married 1870, Ella Parsell of Akron, Erie, Co., N. Y'. 
Children — Raymond P., born 1872. 
Ci^ARENCE N., born 1874. 
Edith May, born 1879. 
Jessie B., born 1884 ; die<l 28 June 1889. 
Residence, Coudersport, Pa. 

205. MARTHA ROBINSON (ALMY") 

Bom 30 Apr. 1850 at Springwater, N. Y. Student from Grand Rap 
Mich., 186&-70. B.S. M.S. 1888. 

Teacher in Grand Rapids Schools, 1870. Deputy Factory Inspects 
N. Y. State, appointed Apr. 1897. 

Has published occasionally articles and verses in the papers. 

Married 9 Mar. 187 1, J. Eben Almy of Jamestown, N. Y. 

Children — Don Wm. Robinson, born 26 Mar. 1874. 
Carrie Robinson, born 11 July 1880. 

Residence, Jamestown, N. Y. 



Class of 1871 

206. RICHARD HOGARTH DENNIS 

Student from Rochester, N. V. B.S. Married and resides at Roche 

N. Y. No record furnished. 



ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 



Class of 1872 
207. * george hamun baker 

Born 4 Oct. 1849 at Millville, N. Y. Student from Kendall, N. Y.^ 
1S6S-72. B.S. M.S. 1875. B.D. (Boston University) 1876. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Hamburg, X. Y., 1877 ; Dodge Center, 
Uinn. 187S-9. Returned east in the Fall of 1879, having been prostrated 
by disease the previous May. 

Died 3 March 1880 at Holley, N. Y. 

208. JOHN WESLEY BLAKE 

Bom 18 Oct. 1847 at Honeoye Falls, N. Y. Student from Kendall, N. Y., 
1868-72. B.S. M.S. 1876. 

I'rincipal of school. Eagle Harbor, N. Y., 1872-3. Bookkeeper and mem- 
ber of a lumber firm at Medina, N. Y., 1873-4. Principal of school, Ridge - 
way, X. Y., 1874-5: Kendall, N. Y., 1875-77; Murdock's Corners, N. Y., 
1S77-S ; Kenyonville, N. Y., 1878-9 ; since that time grocer, produce dealer 
and commission merchant at Flint, Mich. Alderman from ist ward of the 
City of Flint, 1873-4. 
Married 15 Feb. 1881, Ella Stowe of Flint, Mich. 
Children — Herbert Spencer, born 27 Nov. 1881. 
Elmer Seward, born 2 Feb. 1884. 
Mabel Edith, bom 22 Feb. 1887. 
Residence, Flint, Mich. 



209. FRANCIS DURBIN BLAKESLEE 
Brother of No. 181 

Bom I Feb. 1846 at Vestal, N. Y. Student from Susquehanna Depot, 
Pa-^ 1866-71. Mystic. A K E. * B K. A.B. A.M. 1875. D.D. (Wesleyan 
Vniversity) 1889. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Groveland, N. Y., 187 1-3. Principal 
Academy, E. Greenwich, R. I., 1873-84 and since 1887. Traveled in 
Enrope, 1884-5 "d 1889. Pastor, Newport, R. I. , Thames St. church, 1886-7. 
^^rwident of R. I. SUte S. S. Assoc., 1894-5 ; President Barnard Club (R. I. 
Teachers' .\8soc.) Member of General Conference Meth. Epis. Church, 1892. 
^^k for Qnartermtister of 50th N. Y. Engineers at Rappahannock Station > 



276 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY iSjl 

Va., Dec. 1863-Feb. 1864. Clerk in Quartermaster Generars office, Wash- 
ington, D. C, till 24 June 1865. 

Married 9 Sept. 1869, Augusta M. Hubbard (No. 94) of Geneseo, N. Y. 
Child re7i—GKOKGn Hubbard, born 27 Aug. 187 1. 
Ai^BERT Francis, born 9 Nov. 1874. 
Theodora Louise, born 25 Oct. 1879. 
Residence, E. Greenwich, R. I. 

210. FRANCIS JOHN CHENEY 

Bom 5 June 1848 at Warren, Penn. Student from Yorkshire Center (now 
Delevan), N. Y., 1868-72. Mystic. AKE. *BK. A.B. A.M. 1875. 
A.M. 1888 and Ph.D. 1889 (History). 

Teacher of Mathematics in the N. N. Y. Conference Seminary, Antwerp, 
N. Y., 1872-3 ; Principal Union School, Dryden, N. Y., 1873-80; Free 
Academy, Kingston, N. Y., 1880-90. Inspector of High Schools and 
Academies in N. Y. State, 1 890-1. Principal State Normal School, Cortland, 
N. Y. since 1891. Traveled in Europe summer of 1885. Member of Genera] 
Conference of Meth. Epis. Church, 1896. President Alumni Association, 
Syracuse University, 1898-9. 

Has published articles in various papers. 

Married 30 July 1873, I-^ydia H. Smith of Delevan, N. Y., who died 30 
Mar. 1896. 

CA /A/— Genevieve H., bom 9 May 1885. (Adopted.) 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

211. NOYES BANZETT CONGDON 

Born II Oct. 1837 at Newfield, N. Y. Student from Newfield, 1865-8. 
A.B. A.M. 1876. 

Teacher in Seminary, Dansville, N. Y., 1868 ; in Seminary, Ovid, N. Y., 
1869. Principal Academy, Trumansburgh, N. Y., 1869-70. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastorat Wellsburg, N. Y., 1870- 1 ; Towlesville, 
N. Y., 1871-3: Pultney, N. Y., 1873-5; Avoca, N. Y., 1875-6; East Troy, 
Pa., 1876-7 ; Millerton, Pa., 1877-8 ; Troupsburg, N. Y., 1878-80 ; AUeganj, 
N. Y., 1880-1 ; Centerville, N. Y., 1881-3 ; Willing, N. Y., 1883-4; Ischua, 
N. Y., 1884-5; Wheeler, N. Y., 1885-7; W. Sparta, N. Y., 1887-& 
Resided at Lima, N. Y., 1888-93, and at Syracuse, N. Y. since 1893. 

Private in Company I, 179 Regiment N. Y. S. Vol. from Aug. 1864 to 
close of war ; in front of Petersburg during whole time of service. 

Married 28 July 1869, Esther E. King of Danby, N. Y., who died fS Ang. 
1898 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

C'/r/V^/r/z—CH arises H., bom 31 Aug. 1870. (See Non-gradnates. ) 
Clarence S., born 18 Oct. 1873. (See Non-graduates.) 
Clara A., born 18 Oct. 1873 ; died i Feb. 1876. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



1872 AiUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 277 

212. RICHARD WATSON COPELAND 

Botii 6 May 1848 at Clarendon, N. Y. Student from Clarendon, 1866-72, 
four years. A.B. A.M. 1887. B.D. (Boston University) 1874. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Maplewood, Mass., 1872-3; Oakland, 
X. Y.. 1874 ; Milford, Pa., 1875-6 ; Otisville, N. Y., 1877-9 i Lafayette, N.J., 
!fflo-i ; Niagara Falls, N. Y., 1881-2; Alden, N. Y., 1883 ; Holley, N. Y., 
«4-6: Nunda, N. Y., 1887-9; Rusli, N. Y., 1890-1 ; Victor, N. Y., 1892-3; 
Lyndonville, N. Y., 1894-6. 

Married 21 Sept. 1876, Kate M. Blizard of Milford, Pa. 

dUdrefi — Ross Watson, born 3 Nov. 1878. 

Henry Fenelon, born 17 Nov. 1881. 
Edith E., bom lo Feb. 1887. 

Residence, Lyndonville, N. Y. 

213. JOHN MATHER DOLPH 

Bom 18 Oct. 1845 at Catliarine, N. Y. Student from Havana, N.Y., 
1867-72, three years. A.B. A.M. 1875. 

Teacher in Academy, Port Jer\is, N. Y., 1872. Superintendent of Schools, 
Hooesdale, Pa., 1878-84; Port Jervis, N. Y., since 1884. Has published 
"Plant List of N. E. Pennsylvania," in Vol. G. 5, Second Geological Survey 
oi Pennsylvania. 

Married 12 Aug. 1874, Anna E. Van Etten of Port Jer\ns, N. Y. 

Children — Benjamin Van Etten, bom 18 Oct. 1875. 
Bertha Mae, bom 11 July 1877. 
Ada Isabei*, born 16 June 1880. 

Residence, Port Jervis, N. Y. § 

214. GEORGE HERBERT DRYER 

Bora 15 Dec. 1849 at Mendon, N. Y. Student from East Rush, N. Y., 
1S67-72, four years. Mystic. AKE. *BK. A.B. A.M. 1875. D.D. 
i Syracuse) 1888. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Scottsburg, N. Y., 187 1-2 ; Allen's 
Hill, N. Y., 1872-3 ; Springville, N. Y., 1873-7 ; Tonawanda, N. Y., 1877-80; 
Brockport, N. Y., 1880-3; LeRoy, N. Y.. 1883-7 ; Medina, N. Y., 1887-8. 
dreading Elder, Niagara Dist., 1888-94. Graduate student at University of 
Berlin, Germany, 1894-5 ; University of Munich, 1896. Pastor of 
American church at Rome, Italy. 1896-7 ; at Bath, N. Y., since 1897. 

Has published '* Statistics of Methodism.*' in the Manual of the M. E. 
church for April 1885 ; ** Manual for Church Officers," New York, 1893 ; 
**ffistory of the Christian Church,'» Cincinnati, Vol. 1., 1895, Vol. II., 
1897; ** Recent Economic Tendencies," Meth. Rev., 1891 ; "The Renais- 
sance, an Introductory View." ibid. 1898. Delegate to the General Con- 
^ttwcc, 1888. Treas. of Mutual Aid Soc. of E. Gen. Conf., 1881-8. Tmstee 
^»«>. Wea. Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1885-94. Founder and for six years Principal 
^ Silver Lake School of Conf. Studies. 



278 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Married 5 Nov. 1872, Katherine Arabella French (ex-*72) of Bath, > 
Children — Ruth Ethei*, bom 10 Apr. 18^4. (See Non-graduates.) 

Roland Clair, born 21 Feb. 1877. 

Herbert Paul, born 16 Nov. 1879 ; died 30 Nov. 1885. 

Gladys Arabella, bom 28 Mar. 1887. 

Gerald Hill, born 6 Sept. 1890. 
Residence, Bath, N. Y. 

215. NOYES K. FOWLER 

Bom 23 Mar. 1850 at North Cohocton, N. Y. Student from N. Cohoc 
1868-72. B.S. M.S. 1875. 

Engaged in commission business in Kentland, Ind.; afterwards in 
roading in Dakota Territory ; at present farming in Cohocton, N. Y. 

Married 3 June 1885, Etta M. Cronk of North Cohocton, N. Y. 

Residence, North Cohocton, N. Y. § 

216. HENRY OTIS HARRIS 

Born 10 July 1850 at Kendall, N. Y. Student from Kendall, i86{: 
TK. *T. B.S. M.vS. 1875. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Sciences in the Excelsior Normal Insti 
of Carversville, Pa., 187 1-2. Principal of same institution, 1872. Supt 
tendent of the lumber firm of Harris Bros, at Cadillac, Wexford Co., M 
1873-4. Bookkeeper for Harley & Beale, wholesale grocers, Philadelj 
Pa., 1874-5. Law Student, Doylestown, Pa., 1875-7. Admitted to th< 
12 Nov. 1877 ; admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Pennsylv 
5 Jan. 1880. Lawyer at Doylestown since 1877. 

Treasurer of the Borough of Doylestown since 1891. Charter memb 
the Pennsylvania State Bar Assoc. Trust Officer of the Doylestown T 
Company, 1896. Sec, Treas. and Librarian of the Bucks Co. Bar A* 
since 1884. 

Married 24 Sept. 1879, Laura Firman of Doylestown, Pa. 

Residence, Doylestown, Pa. 

217. HENRY MARCUS HILL 

Bom 18 Mar. 1847 at Buffalo, N. Y. Student from Arcade, N. Y., 186^ 
Mystic. AK E. B.S. LL.B. (University of Mich.) 1872. 

Lawyer at Fort Scott, Kan., 1872; Arcade, N. Y., 1872-81 ; Roche 
N. Y., since Aug. 1881. 

Married 16 Oct. 1873, Annie E. Burlew of Sheldrake, N. Y. 

Child — Howard Burlkw, born 19 Aug. 1882. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

218. MARY LYDIA HUNTLEY (MATHEWS) 

Bom 16 Nov. 1847 at Reading, N. Y. Student from Rock Stream, N 
1869-72. B.S. M.S. 1875. 
Teacher in schools in Schuyler Co., 1874-7 and in 1879. 
Married 26 Oct. 1881, Daniel A. Mathews of Logan, N. Y. 
Residence, Watkins, N. Y. 



2 AI.UM NI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 279 

219. ROLAND SABINE KEYSER 

rWTn 14 Sept. 1S50 at Havana, N. Y. Student from Havana, 1868-72. 
YSTic. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1875. Ph.D. 1881 (Greek and Latin). 
Assistant in lang^uages in Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 
•72-3. Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics in Greenwich 
xadcmy. East Greenwich, R. I., 1873-77. Graduate student at Johns Hop- 
stt Tniversity, 1877-S. Principal Union School, Groton, N. Y., 1878-81 ; 
Pnntlin Academy, I'rattsburg, N. Y., 1881-3. Assistant Editor of the 
ran Citizen, 1883-4; Editor of the G?^/^'5)t/// //^nz/^, 1884-5. Principal of 
Aodemy. Mid*Ueburg, N. Y., 1885—? Published ** Elementary Manual of 
Mood Constructions in Latin," 1882. 

Miiried 12 July 1882, Minnie L. Ball of Berkshire, N. Y. 

Oiildr^n — Ai^XA Margkry, bom 28 Apr. 1883. 

Herbert Arthur, bom i6 Nov. 1884. 

Residence, Jamaica, N. Y. ij 

220. WARREN MANN 

Bora 10 Dec. 1846 at Varick, N. Y. Student from Romulus, N. Y., 
1866-72. Mystic. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1875. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the State Normal School at Potsdam, N. Y., 
i&;i-4; since 1S74 in the Department of Natural Sciences in the same 
iBsdtntion. Excise Commissioner two terms. Member Board of Health 
««e term. President St. Lawrence Teachers' Assoc, for several years. 
& S. Superintendent and President Board of Trustees of the Potsdam Meth. 
BpU. church. 
BUnied 7 July 1874, Helen E. Blakeslee of Nichols, N. Y. 
Children — Paul Blakbslbb, bom 20 Dec. 1876. 

Francis Darwin, bom 9 June 1878 ; died 17 Mar. 1879. 
Clairb Louise, born 3 Apr. 1881. 
Residence, Potsdam, N.Y. 

221. GEORGE MARTIN 

Student from West Henrietta, N. Y., 1870-2. B.S. No record furnished. 
itesidence, Groversville, Mich. 

222. HEMAN WRIGHT MORRIS 

Born 3 Mar. 1854 at Conesus, N. Y. Student from Conesus, 1869-72. 
^YSnc AKE. B.S. M.S. 1875. 

TcKher of Mathematics and Natural Science, Seminary, Gouvemeur, 
^'. Y., 1872-3. Law student in Rochester, N. Y., 1873-6. Since 1876 prac- 
^^g law in Rochester. Took first mathematical prize in sophomore year 
« Genesee College, 1871 . 

^*»nied 31 May 1883, Emma Hobart Perkins of Rochester, N. Y. 

CtiWr^w— Edward Ernbst, bora 4 May 1884. 
Gborgb Wii«uam, bora 15 Jan. 1887. 

J^«Mdcnce, Rochester, N. Y. 



ALUMNI OF f 



113. WILLIAM WALTROUS SMALLWOOD 



Boni 13 Dec. 1847 at \Va 
TK. *T. B.S. 



, N. Y. Student fruni Wanan, 1869-71. 
arsBw, K. V. Local preacher in Hctb. 



Farmer, auctioneer, etc., ai 
Epis. Church. 

Married 38 Dec. 1871, Hloise Martiii of Clarendon, N. Y. 
CAiV(/»v«— William Martin, born 30 Apr. 1873. 

Winifred, bom 8 July 1875. 

Maktin Seymour, born 27 Feb. 1877. 

ClaRKNCG ALIiF.RT, born 23 Jan. 1879. 
Irving Henrv, bom 12 July 1881. 
Fannie Rloisb, born 6 Feb. 1883. 
Joseph L., bom 3 June 1884 ; died 3 June 1887. 
Residence, Warsaw, N. Y. 

224- WILBl'R FLETCHER STEELE 

Bom 17 May 1851 at Leominster. Mass. Student frotn Lima. N. f., 
1867-72. Mystic, ARE. tBK. A.B. .\.M. 1875. S.T.B. (Boston Dniv. 
School of Theology) 1S74. D.D. (Syracuse) 1893. 

Clergyuian. Meth. Bpis. Pastoral Kaynham, MaM., 1874-5 : Rockbod, 
Mass., 1876; South Varmouth, Mass., 1877-8: East Greenwich, R. L, 1879; 
Vineyard Haven, Mass., 1880-1. Principal Bennett SemiIla^y. GreensborOi 
N. C, i88[~8. Attended lectures in Berlin, German)', 18S9-97. Profea 
of Exegetical TheoloRy in Iliff School of Theology, Denver 
1892. Assisted in the preparation and revision of the People's Coninientsqr. 
Delegate to the General Conference of the Meth. Epis, Chnicb. 18S4. 
years Supt. of Instruction at Rocky Mountain Chautanqua. Secured the 
first general savings bank law in the soutli and organized ibereuoder tlie 
People's Five Cent Savings Bank in Greensboro, N. C, 1887. Editor of 
.V. C. /'rohibilioiiisi, 1888. Made extended tour of Palestine and the 
Orient, 1892. 

Author of several articles in Mrlh. {>uar. Jfrt'ietf and atnaies in the Eng- 
lish Bible published by the Iliff School of Theology, 

Married 21 May 1874, Rosa B. Wood of Gloveraville, N. Y. 

Children — Arthur Brainard, born 13 Aug. 1877. 
Beulah Wood, born 19 June 1880. 
WiLm'R Daniel, boru 17 Mar. 1886. 
MumEL Howard, born 20 Nov. 1891. 

Residence, University Park, Col. 



Born 13 Dec. 184 
Mystic. 4KB. 
N.y. City) 1875. 



2J5. JOHN ERASTUS WEAVER 



it Penlield. N. Y. Student from Elrnira, N. V., 1869-71. 
,S. M.S. 1875. M.D. (Coll. Physicians and Surgeons, 



i»73 



AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 



281 



Physician at Lowell, Mass., 1875-6 ; Boston, Mass., 1876-8 ; Elmira, N. Y., 
1&78-S7; Rochester, N. Y., since 1887. Sanitary Superintendent of the 
Khoolsof Elmira, 1880-3 and 1885-7. 
Married 23 Oct. 1883, Lucy Lester of Lansing, N. Y. 
Ckildreri — HEI.EN Ursui,a, bom 14 Oct. 1885 ; died 31 Aug. 1889. 
Lkster Kei^lggo, born 14 Nov. 1886; died 19 July 1889. 
Sar.\h Elizabeth, born 3 June 1888 ; died 25 July 1889. 
John Chari^es, born 15 Jan. 1890 ; died 22 May 1890. 
Margaret Lucy, bom 21 June 1S91. 
Mary, bom 6 Apr. 1893. 
Catherine, born 22 Apr. 1896. 
John, born Aug. 1897. 
Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 



Class of 1873 

226. HENRY G. BUCKINGHAM 
Born 22 Mar. 1837 at New Milford, Conn. Student from Fulton, N. Y., 

18^-73- M.D. 

Gnduate Student of College of Physicians and Surgeons. Columbia Col- 
kfe, N. Y. city, 1873-4. Physician at Clayton, N. J. Member Gloucester 
Co. Medical Society; N. J. State Medical Society; American Medical 
Atsociation. 

Married 28 Oct. 1874, Elizabeth F. Schenck of Fulton, N. Y. 

Residence, Clayton, N. J. 

227. * GEORGE WILLIAM ELLIOTT 

Born I Nov. 1848 in New York city. Student in Wesleyan University 
from .\ubum, N. Y. 1869-71. ifT. Syracuse University, 1872-3. TK. 
♦T. A.B. A.M. 1876. 

Assistant Editor of Northern Christian Advocate, Syracuse, N. Y., 1873-4 ; 
Kgltt Editor of Rochester Dnnocrat and Chronicle, Roche.ster, N. Y., 
1*74-^; Associate Editor of the same, 1878-81. General Advertising and 
hbHshing Manager for H. H. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. Y., 1881-91. 
Editor and Business Manager of the American Rural Nome, Rochester, 
K.Y.. 1885-^1. 

^^ctnres: "An Hour with Homer;*' •*The Trinity of Education;" 
"Shall We have the Empire?*' delivered before the Literary Societies of 
^**novia Seminary, June 1880. Alderman of City of Rochester, N. Y., 
'^^. Founder and Editor of the University Herald of Syracuse Univer- 
■^1 1872-3. Member of the American Social Science Association. 
^**rried 3 May 1877, Grace Mason French of Rochester, N. Y. 
OiWnpii— Oi^ivE Mason, born 16 Apr. 1878. 

Paui, French, bom 29 Sept. 1879 ; died 13 July 1880. 
Pauunb, bom 16 Mar. 1881. 
^ 28 Mar. 1891 at Rochester, N. Y. 



282 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 

228. MILTON JOSEPH GRIFFIN 

Born 13 Sept. 1843 at Bainbridge, Mich. Student from Lima, ^ 
1867-72, four years. T K. ^^T. A.B. A.M. 1876. 

Teacher of Greek, Latin and German, Chamberlain Institute, Ranc 
N. Y., 1873-5. Principal Union School, Cuba, N. Y., 1875-6 ; Union Sc 
Gowanda, N. Y., 1876-7; High School, North Adams, Mass., il 
Graduate Student at Leipzig, Germany, 1879-81. Teacher of Classic 
German, High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-6. Professor of Gre^ 
Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn., 1886-94. Since 1894, Profess 
Greek, German and French, same university. 

Married 3 July 1873, Dora Edwards of Dalton, N. Y. 

Children — Lawrknck E., bom 10 Sept. 1874. 
Miriam E., bom 2 Dec. 1878. 

Residence, St. Paul, Minn. 

229. JAMES E. KELSEY 

Born 14 June 1850 at Theresa, N. Y. Student from Theresa, 187 1-3. 

Physician at Theresa, N. Y., since 1873. Health Officer, ten years, 
itary Inspector of ist Division, comprising 12 counties, 1893, appoint 
Gov. Flower. Member Jefferson Co. Med. Society. 

Married 17 Oct. 1878, Olive A. Willard of Antwerp, N. Y. 

Residence, Theresa, N. Y. 

230. ROBERT HALL MACLAY 
Brother of No. 766 

Born 16 May 185 1 in Foochow, China. Student from Tientsin, Chi 
Wesleyan University, 1869-71 ; in Syracuse University, 1871-3. A K E. 
A.M. 1876. 

Merchant at Pekin, Tientsin and Shanghai, China, since 1873; ^^^ 
of the firm of Mac lay & Co. ; doing business also in London. English 
Consular Officer of the U. S. Gov. at Shanghai and Tientsin, 1879-85. 
years devoted to the study of Chinese language and literature, an 
much unpublished MSS. including several works. 

Residence, Tientsin, China. 

231. JOHN SIMPSON NILES 

Born 17 Apr. 1847 at Pownal, Vt. Student from Bennington, Vt., li 
M.D. 
Physician at Pownal, Vt., since 1873. Health Officer, 1890-5. 
Married 26 Feb. 1873, Helen A. Hewitt of Petersburgh, N. Y. 
Children — Florence M., born 3 Feb. 1880. 

Gordon, bom 13 Aug. 1883. 

Howard, born 25 July 1885 ; died 3 Aug. 1886. 

Edward, born 21 Nov. 1889. 

Armilla, born 13 Jan. 1895 ; died 26 Mar. 1896. 
Residence, Pownal, Vt. 



1S73-4 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 283 

232. GEORGE POTTER REYNOLDS 

Born 2 May 1847 at Hector, N. Y. Student from Bordett, N. Y., 1870-3. 
M.D. 

Physician at Burdett, N. Y., 1873-7 ; Alameda, Cal., since 1877. Presi- 
ioL Board of Health, city of Alameda, since 1893. Chn. Com. State Med. 
SodetT of California on Obstetrics and Puerperal Diseases, 1892, and read 
tptpcr. 

Married 8 Ang. 1873, Clementina E. Blackwood of Haywards, Cal. 

Cktld — Grace, bom 4 Aug. 1878. 

Residence, Alameda, Cal. 

233. *AZARIAH D. SIMONDS 
3LD. Died 24 Jan. 1881 at Etna, N. Y. 

234. SARAH VANTUYL 
M.D. Residence unknown. 



Class of 1874 

235. ELBERT AUGUSTUS AINSWORTH 

Bom 19 July 1849 at Brookfield, N. Y. Student from Ithaca, N. Y., 
1S72-4. M.D. 

Physician at CazenoN-ia, N. Y., 1874-82; West Union, la., since 1882. 
C.S. Pension Examiner, twelve years. Chn. of Visiting Committee to 
Ibuoc Hospitals of State of Iowa. President Fayette Co. (la. ) Med. Assoc; 
is Sec. of same for years. Member Board of Educ. West Union Public 
Schools, three years. Health officer of city of West Union. Member Austin 
Rint Med. Assoc, of N. E. Iowa ; of the Cedar Valley Med. Society of Iowa ; 
<< the Iowa State Med. Society. Author of ** The Dangers and Securities of 
fteMed. Profession;'* ** Puerperal Nephritis;" papers read before Med. 
Sodeiies. 
Married 6 Apr. 1876 Ella M. Stanton of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Oi7(/r^w— Sidney Corbin, bom 6 Jan. 1877. 
Fanny Louise, bom 28 Mar. 1879. 
llendence. West Union, la. 

236. * CHARLES O. BAKER 

^wn 22 Feb. 1852 at Fleming, N. Y. Student from Fleming, 187 1-4. 
M.D. 

W»}sician at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1874 ; Fleming, N. Y., 1875 ; Elbridge, 
^' v., 187^-82; Auburn, N. Y., 1882-97. 

President village of Elbridge, three years ; Coroner, five years. His 
•P^^^ty was abdominal surgery. Coroner Cayuga Co. six years. Graduate 
'^nt in Europe, 1890 and 1891. 



384 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY ll 

Member of following Medical Societies: Onondaga Co., Cayuga C 
Central, N. Y., New York State, and the American Med. Association. 
Married lo Mar. 1875, Jennie H. Sheldon of Fleming, N. Y. 
Children — Raymond D., bom 28 May, 1878. 

Alfred O., born 7 Feb. 1880. 
Died 16 July 1897 at Auburn, N. Y. 

237. CHARLES WESLEY BOWEN 

Born 21 Jan. 1844 at Castle Creek, N. Y. Student from Castle Cre< 
187 1-4. M.D. 

Graduate student at Post-Graduate Med. School, 1889. Physician 
Centre Lisle, N. Y., 1874-5; Granville Corners, Mass., 1875-80; W« 
field, Mass., since 1880. 

Married 19 Oct. 1865, Margaret C. Alderman of Castle Creek, N. Y. 

Children — Henry C, bom 10 July 1868. 
Carrie E., bom 3 Apr. 187 1. 

Residence, Westfield, Mass. 

238. MARY FRANCIS CARY (DAVIS) 

Born 12 May 1845 at Fishkill, N. Y. Student from Fishkill 1868-18 
four years. A *. A.B. A.M. 1877. 

Student of German and French in Germany and at Geneva, Switzerla: 
1874-5. Teacher of French, German and Latin in Amenia (N. Y. ) Semina 
1876. Missionary in India under the auspices of the Woman's Foreign >I 
sionary Society of the Meth. Epis. Church, from 3 Nov. 1876 to 19 Mar. 18 
Married 30 Jan. 1880, Rev. Franklin G. Davis of the South India ConI 
ence, who died 22 Oct. 1884, at Gallipolis, Ohio, his former home. 
Children — Dora Wii.hbi,mina, bom 30 Nov. 1880. 
Amy Euza, born 31 Dec. 1881. 
Frank Cary, bom 2 Mar. 1883. 
W'ltus Brooks, born 21 Sept. 1884. 
Residence, Ocean Grove, N. J. 

239. AMOS SHELDON EDWARDS 

Born 23 Oct. 1842 at Lyndon, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. 
1872-4. M.D. 

Physician at Syracuse since 1874. City Physician, one year. U. S. Pens 
Examiner, seven years. 

Married 20 Apr. 1875, Elva L. Stanton of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children —Harry Stanton, born 28 Oct. 1877. 

Hei,En Edwards, born 17 July 1889 ; died 2 Sept. 18S9. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

240. CHARLES ADDISON FOWLER 

Born I Aug. 1846 at Cedarville, N. Y. Student from Binghamton, N. 
1881-4. Mystic. AK E. A.B. LL.B. (Albany Law School) 1875. 



1*74 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 285 

Student at Albany Law School, 1874-5. Lawyer in Syracuse, N. Y., 
1S75-6. Principal High School, Binghamton, N. Y., 1876-9. Established 
flie Thayer Co. Bank at Alexandria, Neb., 1879, where he remained until 
1884. Since 1884 engaged in farming in Filmore Co., Neb. 

Married 18S1, Abbie V. Church of Nebraska. 

Children — Cu ar les. 
Raymond. 

Residence, Ohiowa, Neb. g 

241. J. A. GRIFFIN 

Student, 1872-4, M.D. Physician at Clayton, N. C. 
tcsidence, unknown. 

242. ♦HORACE FAIRCHILD HATCH 

Bora 30 June i849at Syracuse, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, 187 1-4. M.D. 
Gxaduate of Univ. of Mich, in Pharmacy and Chemistry, 1869. Physician 
atSrracnse, N. Y., 1874-5. 
Died (of small-pox) 2 Sept. 1875 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

243. ASA G. HENRY 

Born 3 Aug. 1846 at East Homer, N. Y. Student from East Homer, 
1873-4. M.D. M.D. (E. M. I. of Cincinnati, Ohio) 1873. 

Pkysictan at Albion, N. Y., 1874-6; Sacramento, Cal., 1876-81 ; Cortland, 
X.T., since 1881. U. S. Pension Examiner for Orleans Co., N. Y., 1875-6. 

Has published "Treatment of Typhoid Fever," New York Med. Record, 

Umied 18 June 1878, Mary F. French of Holley, N. Y. 
Children — Fix)RENce F., bom 24 Sept. 1879. 

Mary, bom i8 Sept. 1880 ; died 12 Mar. 1883. 
Residence. Cortland, N. Y. 

244. HERMAN DELMER HUNT 
Bern 4 Sept. 1846 at LaFayette, N. Y. Student from Preble, N. Y., 
1*71-4. M.D. 

Physician at Spafford, N. Y., 1874-9; Preble, N. Y., since 1879. Has 
ilkd various public offices as Auditor, Justice of the Peace, Supervisor. 
Harried 4 Sept. 1872, Emma Ann Hobart of Virgil, N. Y. 
Children — D. S., bom 4 Sept. 1875. 

IVA v., bom 21 Aug. 1880. 
Residence, Preble, N. Y. 

♦DAVID SJMONS KELLICOTT 
1874. Ph.B. (Sec No. 188). 



286 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

245. RENA A. MICHAELS (ATCHISON) 

Bom 29 Dec. 1856 at Lysander, N. Y. Student from Utica, N. Y., 187 
A*. B.S. M.S. 1879 and Ph.D. 1880 (History). 

Engaged in the study of the classics and literary work, 1874-7. Gradi 
student, 1877-80. Professor of Modem Languages and Preceptress 
Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa, 1880-2. Professor of Modem I 
gruages and Preceptress in Albion College, Albion, Mich., 1882-5. Profes 
of the Spanish and Italian Languages and Literature and Preceptres* 
DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind., Fall term of 1885-6. Professo: 
tlie French Language and Literature and Dean of the Woman's CoUe 
Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., i Jan. 1886 — ? 

Author of Annotated edition of Victor Hugo's "Ruy Bias," publishec 
1885 by Henry Holt & Co., New York. Contributor to various periodic 
and papers. 

Residence, Morgan Park, 111. § 

246. E. A. OVERHISER 
M.D. 

Residence, Coopers Plains, N. Y. 'i 

247. ♦FRANK SMITH PORTER 

Born 14 Feb. 1848 at Canton, Pa. Student from Granville Summit, 
1872-4. AKE. A.B. 

Teacher at LeRoy, N. Y., 1875. Lawyer at Scranton, Pa., 1876- 
Principal at State Institution for the Blind, Batavia, N. Y., 1880-2 ; H: 
School, Canton, Pa., 1882-5; High School, Hornellsville, N. Y., 1885- 
Superintendent of Schools, Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1892-7. 

Married 30 June 1882, Amy Smith of Scranton, Pa. 

Children —UuGHNH Smith, born 30 Aug. 1883. 
Frances May, born 2 Dec. 1886. 

Died 8 Feb. 1897 at Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

248. EDWIN RICHARD REDHEAD 

Bom 6 Jan. 185 1 at Brownville, N. Y. Student in Wesleyan Univers 
1869-70. A A*. In Syracuse University, from Port Byron, N. Y., 1871 
A.B. 

Law student with Judge H. V. Howland, Port Byron, N. Y., 187. 
Traveled for F. G. Weeks, Paper Manufacturer, Skaneateles, N. Y., 1875- 
Since 1880 proprietor of a paper and pulp mill at Fulton, N. Y. Truste 
Syracuse University since 1886. First graduate of Syracuse Universit} 
be elected to the Board of Trustees. 

Married 23 May 1877, Sarah A. Petty of Port Byron, N. Y. 

Residence, Fulton, N. Y. 

249. FRANK SHALLEY 
1871-4. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 



1874-5 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVSRSITY 287 

250. ELECTA B. WHIPPLE 

Bom 7 Mar. 1848 at Gowanda, N. Y. Student from Perrysburg, N. Y., 
1869-74, four years. A*. A.B. A.M. 1877. M.D. 1884. 

Assistant in the publication of a medical work, Buffalo, N. Y., 1874-5. 
Preceptress and teacher of Ancient Languages, Lake Shore Seminary, 
North East, Pa., 1875-7. Lady Principal and teacher of Natural Sciences 
nd English Literature, Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vt., 1877-8. 
Pkcoeptress and teacher of Ancient and Modern Languages, Wallkill 
Academy, Middletown, N. Y., 1878-80. Preceptress and Professor of 
Aadent Languages, Hedding College. Abingdon, 111., 1S80-82. Student 
IB Coll. of Med., Syr. Univ., 1882-4. Physician and Surgeon, .\ttica, N. Y., 
itt^-S. Student at Vienna, Austria and London, Eng., 1895. Physician at 
lifiilo, N. Y., since May 1888. 

Has published in Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal^ Mch. 1894, 
"Drsmenorhcea," read before the section on Obstetrics and Gynecology of 
tlie Buffalo Academy of Medicine, Dec, 1893. One of the editors of the 
women's edition, June 1896, of the Buffalo Med. Journal 2^x\Cl conductor of 
the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pelvic Surger>' ; also 
pDblished **Schautds Clinic, Some impressions of interest in Obstetrics and 
Gynecology " and ** .\ Remarkable Woman in Medicine," etc. 

Member of Physicians' League ; Buffalo Acad, of Medicine ; Buffalo 
Microscopical Society ; The N. Y. State Med. Association ; Erie Co. Med. 
AsGoc. and the Assoc, of Collegiate Alumnse. 
Residence, 491 Porter Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Class of 1875 

251. LORAINAH ELIZABETH ARNOLD (HITCHCOCK) 

Sister of No. 284 
Bom I Oct. 1848 at Malone, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
i»7i-5. A.B. 
Married 20 May 1877, Wilbur Fisk Hitchcock of Alanie<la, Cal. 
Children— Roy Cyril, born i June 1878 ; died 19 June 1880. 

Eva Grace, bom 2 July 1880. 
Residence, 1535 Walnut St., Alameda, Cal. 

252. CLARA HESPERIA BANNLSTER (CONGDON) 

Sister of Nos. 493 and 742 
Bom 29 Apr. 1854 at San Francisco, Cal. Student from Syracuse, 
1871-5. B.S. 

Assistant Preceptress of Alexandra College, Bellville, Ont., 1876-8. 
Teacher of Art and Modern Languages in Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, 
Pcnn., 1878-81. 

Married 29 Sept 1881, Chester A. Congdon (No. 259, q. ?'. for further 
record). 
Residence, 1509 East Superior St., Duluth, Minn. 



288 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1875 

253. ALPHA REEVE BEAL 

Brother of No. 286 

Born 25 Oct. 1846 at Arcadia, N. Y. Student from East Palmyra, N. Y., 
in Genesee College, in 1866 and in Syracuse University, 1873-5. ^ ♦. A.B. 
A.M. 1878. 

City Superintendent of Schools at Watertown, N. Y., 1875-8. Engaged 
in school merchandise business, Boston, Mass., 1878-83. Engaged in fmit 
farming in East Bloomfield, N. Y., 1883-92, and since 1892 in the sale q£ 
Money weight Scales. Devised Moneyweight system of weighing goods t» 
take the place of the pound and ounce system, and coined the word 
*' moneyweight." 

Married 30 Mar. 1868, Elizabeth J. Norton of Fairport, N. Y. 

C/iildren—AhBZKT Norton, born 14 Sept. 1869. 
EuzABETH Maria, born 3 Apr. 1893. 

Residence, 2i8Fairmount Ave. E., E. Pittsburg, Pa. 

254. CHARLES BLACK 

Non-resident student. A.B. on examination. Further histoiy 
unknown. 

255. MILTON DANA BUCK 

Born 29 Mar. 1852 at Lyons, N. Y. Student from Geneva, N. Y., 1871-5. 
TK. ^r. A.B. A.M. 1878. 

Teacher of Bookkeeping and Mathematics in Napa Collegiate Institute, 
Napa, Cal., 1875-7. Clerg>'man, Meth. Epis. Pastor, Fairfield, Cal., 
1877-8 ; Sutter Creek, Cal., 1878-9 ; St. Helena and Calistoga, Cal., 1879-81; 
Santa Clara, Cal., 188 1 -3 ; Grass Valley, Cal., 1883-7. Presiding Elder 
Napa District, Cal. Conf., 1887-9. Pastor on various charges since 1889. 
Married 26 Sept. 1878, Martha R. Amos of Napa, Cal. 
Children — Dana Paul, bom 5 Sept. 1880. 

Grace Phii^ena, born 28 June 1884 ; died 11 May 1886. 
Milton Daniel, born 6 June 1888 ; died 6 Sept. 1892. 
Lorkna Viola, bom 14 Apr. 1891. 
Vkda Annette, bom 25 Jan. 1895. 
Residence, Sacramento, Cal. 

256. WILLIAM THOMAS BURDICK 

Born 9 Nov. 1849 at Little York town, N. Y. Student from Lowville, 
N. Y., 1873-5. M.D. 

Physician at Watertown, N. Y., 1875-8; Concord, Ky., 1879-82; Brady* 
i-ille, Ky., 1882-6; Sand Hill, Ky., 1886-9; Tolesboro, Ky. since 1889. 
Coroner of Lewis Co.. Ky., 1892 and 1894. 

Was first Rec. Sec. of Alumni of Syracuse and Geneva Med. Colleges. 
Sec. Jefferson Co. Med. vSociety, 1877-9. Member North-eastern Kentucky 
Med. Society. 



l875 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 289 

Married 23 Jan. 1876, Elizabeth Agnes Vischer of Owingsville, Ky. 
Children — Charles L., born 28 Nov. 1877. 

Walker Visscher, born 14 Jan. 1879. 

Frank Glen, bom 14 Feb. 1881. 

Fred Bosworth, born 10 June 1883. 

WiLUE College, born 10 May 1889; died 7 July 1889. 
Residence, Tolesboro, Ky. 

257. ♦HATTIE FLORENCE CHIDESTER (LUKENS) 

Bora 19 Sept. 1854 at Utica, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1872-5. A *. 
15. M.S. 1879. 

Ekxnitionistand teacher of English at State Normal School, Shippensburg, 
Pi Elocutionist in State University of Minnesota; also in Young Ladies' 
t SdoQl, Clifton Springs, N. Y. Instructor at Teachers* Institutes in 
ftiBsjlvania and Iowa. Gave public readings in 14 States and Territories. 

JIarried (i) 18 Dec. 1880, W. J. Wolverton of Milton, Pa. (2) 9 Nov. 
i8S4,Cbas. M. Lukens, M. D., of Rochester, N. Y. 

Died 21 Sept. 1885 at Rochester, N. Y. 

258. JUDSON BOARDMAN COIT 

Born 5 June 1849 at Central Square, N. Y. Student from Central Square, 
1871-5. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1878. Ph.D. 1881. (Math.). 

Teadier of Higher Mathematics in Williamsport Dickinson Seminary, 
Wiffimnsport, Pa., 1875-9. Assistant in Observatory at Ann Arbor, Mich., 
rt;9-8a Teacher of Higher Mathematics in Central High School, Cleve- 
lud,Ofaio, i88a-2. Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy in Boston 
Wrwaity, since Sept. 1882. In charge of L. E. Holden's private 
CfcKT^atofy, Cleveland, Ohio, 1880-2. In Europe for study and travel. 



Has published ''Determination of the Orbit of Eta Cassiopeiae, with 
^phemeris from 1779 to 1879,** in ^'3fonthiy Notice of Royal Astron&tnical 
Socvty/' London, May, 1882, re-printed as separate pamphlet, and various 
<iUier articles in same, and in **Sidefial Messenger and Astronomical Jour- 

Harried 19 Aug. 1875, Nellie M. Alden of Syracuse, N. Y. (Sister of 

•^- 455). 
CArii/— Wilbur Alden, bom 25 July 1876. 
Residence, Keen St., Wood Heights, Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

259. CHESTER ADGATE CONGDON 
Brother of Nos. 416 and 502 

Btmi 12 June 1853 at Rochester, N. Y. Student from Ovid, N. Y., 1871-5- 
TJL ♦T. A.B. 

Law-fttudent at Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 1875 to Oct. 1877. Lawyer at 
Sriacnse until Aug. 1878. Principal High School, Chippewa Falls, Wis., 
1878-9. Lawyer at St. Paul, Minn., from Nov. 1879—? Asst. U. S. 



290 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Attorney, District of Minnesota, 188 1-6. Director and officer of diver 
sundry Corporations. Trustee, Syracuse University, 1889-96. 

Married 29 Sept. 1881, Clara H. Bannister (No. 252) of SiTacuse, X. 
CAi/dren—\V AVTHK B., born 5 Nov. 1882. 
Edward C, born i Mar. 1885. 
Marjorik, born 12 Jan. 1887. 
Hki^KN C, born 16 Feb. 1889. 
John, bom 21 May 1891 ; died 19 May 1893. 
EUSABETH, born 72 Apr 1894. 
Residence, 1509 E. Superior St., Dulutli, Minn. 

260. * WILLIAM HERBERT DUNLAP 
187 1-5. B.S. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine). 

261. JOHN RYLAND EATON 

Born 5 Apr. 1849 at Arlington, Vt. Student from Auburn, N. Y., 18 
M.D. 

Physician at Chittenango, N. Y., since 1875. Health officer of the 
of Sullivan fifteen years. President Madison Co. Med. Society. 
Married 26 June 1872, Sophie E. Vail of Syracuse, N. Y. 
C/tMn^rf—^lAVRicn VanDuyn, born 19 July 1877 ; died 23 Feb. 18 
Charles Emmett, born 16 Nov. 1880. 
Chester Ray, born 24 Dec. 1885. 
Residence, Chittenango, N. Y. 

262. JAMES MORGAN GILBERT 

Born 21 Nov. 185 1 at Mexico, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 18 
TK. 4f T. A.B. A.M. 1878. 

On the editorial staff of the Syracuse Evening Herald ^ 1875-7. Cla 
Committee of N. Y. State Senate during winters of 1877-8 and 1878-9. . 
Postmaster at Syracuse, N. Y., 1879-84. Postmaster at Syracuse, N, 
1884-8. Enj^aged in irrigation enterprises in the State of Washing 
1890-7. General manager of Syracuse Daily Standard 1897-9. 

Married 8 Sept. 1880, Kate E. Hogoboom (No. 265) of Ithaca, N. Y. 

Child— Kvtii IIoGOHOOM, born i July 188 1. 

Residence, 305 Waverly Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

263. ERASTUS WATSON GOODIER 

Bom 16 Nov. 1849 at Cetiar Lake, N. Y. Student from Cedar Lake, i^ 
Mystic. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1878. B.D. (Boston University) 1878. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Long Plain, Mass., 1877-80; MansI 
Mass., 1880-3 ; Little Com pton, R.I., 1883-6 ; Holbrook, Mass., 1886-9; 1 
idence, R. I., 1889-93; Portland, Conn., 1893-8; Centerville, R. I., 
1898. Superintendent of Public Schools, Little Compton, R. I., 18 
School Commissioner of Holbnx)k, Mass., 1887-8. 

Married 22 April 1883, Lizzie M. French of Nashua, N. H. 

Residence, Centerville, R. I. 



875 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 291 

264. OWEN COLLINS HALL 

Born 13 July 1830 at Kattleville, N.Y. Student from Willet, N.Y., 1873-5. 
I. D. 

P}:ysician at Whitney's Point, N. Y., 1875-90. Has now retired from active 
rav.iice. Supervisor of the town of Willet, N. Y., 1866 and 1867. Pres- 
ient of the Village of Whitney's Point twelve years. Member of Board 
f E'lucation, and once President. President of the town Sunday School 
^.v-ic. and an officer of the M. E. church. President Barker Salt and Min- 
cj: Lo. 

Marrieti 7 Oct. 1855, Harriet S. Newell of Upper Lisle, N. Y. 

C.^a'J — Georoe Neweu., bom 23 July 1861. (No. 617.) 

Residence. Whitney's Point, N. Y. 



265. KATE ELIZABETH HOGOBOOM (GILBERT) 

Bom 20 Feb. 1855 at Ovid N. Y. Student from Newark, N.Y. 1871-79, 

years. A ♦. B. S. 1875. M. S. 1878. B. Mus. 1879. 
Student of Music in Boston, 1876. Preceptress Union School, Newark, 
N. Y., 1876-7. Teacher of Music in Ithaca, N. Y., 1879-80, singing also 
in the State St. church for nearly two years. Soprano in Plymouth church, 
Syracuse, 1881-84. 

Married 8 Sept. 1880, James M. Gilbert (No. 262, g. v. for further record) 
€f Synicuse, N. Y. 
Residence, 305 Waverly Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 



266. JAMES MORRIS JENKINS 

Bom 31 Dec. 1845 at Butler, N.Y. Student from Red Creek, N.Y. , 1874-5. 
ILD. 

Physician at Port Byron, N. Y., 1875-7 ; Auburn, N.Y., since 1877. Cor- 
«»er, 1876-7 ; Health Commissioner, 1893-6 ; U. S. Pension Examining Sur- 
|«on, 1894-7 ; Physician to Auburn City Hospital. 

Married 1875, Nettie E. Tripp (No. 353) of Dryden, N. Y. 

Children — GEORGE BURGBSS, born 20 Mar. 1876. 
Louis Eaton, bom 13 Mar. 1880. 

Residence, Auburn, N. Y. 

267. CHARLES DICKENS LATHROP 

Bora 14 Nov. 1849 at New Bremen, N. Y. Student from Fulton, N. Y. 
' JJ^i-5. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1878. 

For two years proof-reader and News Editor of the AV?£' }'ork Dixily 

%'ttness. Edited a series of local histories published in 1877-82 by F. W. 

Beers & Co., and W. W. Munsell & Co., New York, writing portions of the 

same. Telegraph Editor of Wa^ Syrcuuse Standard, 1 880-1. On the staff 

rf the Syracuse Standard , editor of exchanges, of correspondence, and of 



292. AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1^3 

the weekly edition, 1884-9. Assistant editor of NoHhern Christian Advo* 
cate^ 1889-94. Contributor of editorial matter to various papers, 1897-8. 
Residence, Fulton, N. Y. 

268. MARK MARSDEN MAYCOCK 

Born 4 Sept. 1844 at Oxford, England. . Non-resident student of CoUq^ti 
of Fine Arts. B.P. 1875. M.P. 1878. First graduate of the College qf^ 
Fine Arts. 

Teacher of Drawing in Buffalo (N. Y.) Normal School before and sinoi^ 
^aduation. Has declined several calls to other institutions. 

Author of a series of Industrial Drawing books (A. S. Barnes & COi^ 
New York); A Class Book of Color ; Pamphlets on Ornament, Conventiooit 
Treatment of Plant Forms, Designing, etc. Has given 500 lectures aad 
exercises at State Teachers' Institutes. 

A member of 22d N. Y. Battery Light Artillery. Enlisted Sept. 1862 and ^ 
served through the war. 

Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

269. JOHN CHARLES NICHOLS 

Bom 10 Nov. 1848 at Minisink, N. Y. Student from Chester, N.Y., 1871-5. 
Z ^l'. A.B. A.M. 1878. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Cicero, N.Y., 1875-7 ; Elbridge, N.Y., 
1877-8 ; Amber, N.Y., 1878-80 ; Borodino, N.Y., 1880-2 ; Marcellus, N. Y., 
1882-5 ; Newark, N. Y., 1885-8 ; Geneva, N. Y., 1889-92. Presiding BldflT. 
ElmiraDist, 1892-3. Pastor at Towanda, Pa., 1893-4; Syracuse, N. Y^: 
Centenary church, 1894-7. Presiding Elder Syracuse District since 1897. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1896. 

Married 22 March 1876, Julia E. Laird of Memphis, N. Y. 

Chiid^KAhVYi L., bom 14 April, 1879. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

270. ELIAS SILLICK OSBON 

Bora 14 Nov. 1839 at Middlebury, Vt. Student from Ellen ville, N. Y.^ 
in the Troy University, classical course ; pursued a prescribed 
of ncvn-resident study, 1874-5. ♦ T. A.B. A.M. 1878. D.D. (Upper I< 
University) 1882. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Presiding Elder of EUenville District, Neir 
York Conference, 1874-7 ; Pastor of Bedford St. church, New York City, 
1877-8 ; St. Paul's, Middletown, N.Y., 1879-81 ; St. James', Kingston, N. Y. 
1882-4. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1885-? 

Has published a memoir of Rev. W. P. Abbott, D.D. 

Married (1)5 Jan. 1864, Sarah J. Philps of Orange, N. J., who died x6 
Mar. 1885; (2) 1887, Mrs. Hattie A. Curtiss. 

Children— llm,n^ E., born 25 Jan. 1868 ; died 26 Feb. 1885. 
Edward Ashton, died in infancy. 

Residence, Yonkers, N. Y. 



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271. HIRAM LORENZO PEET 
Brother of No. 316 

Bora 10 Mar. 1848 at Webster, N. Y. Student from West Webster, N.Y., 
Itt^ TK. ^'T. A.B. A.M. 1878. 

Principal High School, Winona, Mich., 1869-71. First Assistant in Aca- 

tnic Department of W^ashington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1871-75 
lawyer in Chicago, 111., 1875-7. Principal High School, Dubuque, Iowa, 
1I77-85. Teacher of private pupils, St. Louis, Mo., since 1885. 

Ha& published the following educational articles : * * Pestalozzi and his 
Tochings/' ** Duties of Officers, Patrons and Teachers of Public Schools," 
•d"The Unwritten Curriculum.** 

Umied (i) 20 Oct. 1869, Emma Wilbor (No. 179); (2) 29 Nov. 1882, Lola 
Grcb of Dubuque, Iowa. 

CHidren — Sheldon W., bom 31 Oct. 1870. 
Jessie C, born 30 Oct. 1883. 

Res^ence, St. Louis, Mo. § 

272. JEFFERSON T. POTTER 

Born 2 Feb. 1850 at Taylor, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y., 1873-5. 
H.D. 
FhynGian at Matamoras, Pa.; Mounthope, Kan.; Seward, Neb., since 1896. 
American Med. Assoc. U. S. Medical Examiner. Trustee Congre- 
church, Mounthope, Kan., 1888-95, and at Seward, Neb., since 
l^Si Has published many articles in Med. journals. 
Harried 22 June 1888, May Topping of Sedgwick City, Kan. 
CIt/rf— Helen Lucile, born i July 1894. 
Icsidence, Seward, Neb. 

273. ♦ CASSIUS E. PRESTON 

Brother of No. 2601 

Born 4 Mar. 1848 at Middlesex, N. Y. Student from Rochester, N. Y.> 
%i. M.D. Physician at Penfield, N. Y., 1875-81 (?) ; Groton, Dak., 
*i-7(?); Salem, Ore., 1887-91 (?); Penfield, N. Y., 1891. Coroner of Mon- 
•eCo., N. Y., three years. 

Mairied (i) 20 Apr. 1869, Nellie A. Perry, who died 1890 ; (2) 1891 Ver- 
iBca Fellows of Penfield, N. Y. 
Children — Clara, bom 1876 (?) 
Byron, born 1879 (?) 
Alton, bom 1889 (?) 
Died 17 June 1891 at City Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. 

274. 'AMASA QUIVEY. 

Student from Cincinnatus, N. Y., 1874-5. M. D. 
Physician at Cincinnatus, N. Y. 
Died of pneumonia 1878. 



294 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

275. WILLIAM HERBERT SHUART 

Bom 21 Sept. 1852 at Honeoye Falls. N.Y. Student fxx>m HoneoyeF; 
1870-5. TK. ^'T. A.B. 

Law student, 1875-7. Lawyer at Rochester, N. Y., 1877-84. Brut 
nianager of Springfield Glazed Paper Co., 1883-5. Lawyer at Roch« 
N. Y. , 1 885-97. President of Springfield Glazed Paper Company since I 

Married 7 Feb. 1884, Nellie Sumner Phillips of Springfield, Mass. 

Children — Christine, bom 11 Dec. 1884. 

John Denton, born 16 Nov. 1894. 

Residence, Springfield, Mass. 

276. ANTOINE FERDINAND VADEBONCCEUR 

Student from Syracuse, N. Y.. 1872-5. M.D. Physician at Syracuse,! 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. § 

277. MELVILLE JAMES WELLS 

Bom 9 Aug. 1850 at New Lisbon, N. Y. Student from Cazenovia, N. 
1871-5. Mystic. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1878. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Furman St., Syracuse, N. Y., 1873 
Brewerton, N. Y., 1876-7 ; Mottville, N. Y., 1877-80; Onondaga Hill,li 
1880-2; Centerville, N. Y., 1882-5; Port Gibson, N. Y., 1885-8; Dna 
N. Y., 1888-9: Rushville, N. Y., 1889-92; Canastota. N. Y.. 189 
Cortland, Homer Ave., 1895-7; Manlius, N. Y., since 1897. 

Married 13 May 1878, Louisa M. Underbill of Geneva, N. Y. 

CA////— Charles Joseph, born 21 May 1881. 

Residence, Manlius, N. Y. 

278. * NATHANIEL MILLMAN WHEELER 

Bom 18 Jan. 1854 at Buena Vista, Wis. Student from Sheldrake, N. 
1871-5. TK. ^'T. A.B. A.M. 1880. Ph.D. 1883 (Greek and PhUoki! 

Teacher at Syracuse Classical School, 1875-6 ; at Marion (N. 
Collegiate Institute, 1876. Principal, Union School, Lodi, N. Y., ifffS 
High School, Chippewa Falls, Wis., 1877-8; Wesleyan Semis 
Eau Claire, Wis., 187H-9. Professor of Greek and History, Lawn 
University, Applet on. Wis., 1879-85. Professor of Greek and Hift 
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal., 1885-6. 

Has published magazine and review articles in Education^ The Sci 
viaster, Wisconsin Journal of Education ^ The American ^ The Dial^ 
etc. Regular Lecturer at the Chautauqua and S. S. Assembly of Wisca 

Member of American Historical Association since 1884 ; of Histo 
Society of Southern California, 1886. 

Married 24 July 1878, Clara Bradley (No. 288) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Child— KOY Bradi^ey, born 27 Sept. 1882. 

Died 5 Dec. 1886 at Beaumont, Cal. 



Al^XTMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 295 

279. C. H. WHITING 

&ndcnt from Kansas City, Mo., 1874-5. M.D. Physician at Syracuse, 
fX.Y., 1875-81 ; Buffalo, N. Y., 1881-6. 
Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. § 

280. DAVID D. WICKHAM 

Bom 21 Sept. 1830 at Coleville, N. J. Student from Coleville, N. J., and 
hnjcrvis, N. Y., 1874-5. M.D. 
Scndcnt, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York city, 1873-4 (?) 
PbTsician at Coleville, N. J., 1875-7 I Port Jervis, N. Y., since 1877. 

Married 1857, Mary Ludlow of Deckertown, N. J. 

Residence, Port Jervis, N. Y. 

281. WILLIAM AUSTIN WOOD 

Bora 27 Nov. 1852 at Northampton, Mass. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
i8ri-5 Mystic. AKE. B.S. C.E. 1878. M.S. 1878. 

Student in Columbia College School of Mines, in special course in 
Qieniistrj- and Engineering, 1875-6. Connected with Syracuse Gas Light 
CoLas Assistant Sup>erintendent and Engineer, 1876-84. Assistant Engineer 
d Boston ( Mass. ) Gas Light Co. since 1884. President of New England 
Asociation of Gas Engineers, 1893. President of the Guild of Gas 
MtnagerB of New England, 1894-5. Secretary AKE Association of New 
EagUnd, 1892-7. 
Married 2 May 1878, Agnes E. Babcock of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Austin Clarence, bom 2 July 1879. 
George Babcock, bom 28 Nov. 1880. 
Frank Asahel, bom 7 Nov. 1886. 
Residence, 3 Shawmut Park, Dorchester District, Boston, Mass. 

282. LAURA LOUISE NOBLES WOODIN (GRAHAM) 

Bora 19 Apr. 1850 . Student from Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

% M.D. 
Pbjsidan at Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 1875-8 ; Springwater, N. Y., 1878-80 and 
rtBi-3; Passadena, Cal., 1883-6 ; Independence, Cal., 1886-94 ; Phoenix, 
^nioiit, since 1896. Missionary to Brazil, 1880-1. County Physician, 
l»JoCo., Cal., 1893-4. 

Harried (i) — Jan. 1871, I. J. Woodin of New York ; (2) 29 Oct. 1895, 
William H. Graham of California, 
^i/i/-— Irving Oakley, bom 20 Dec. 1876. 
Residence, Phoenix, Ariz. 

283. HARRIET A. WOODWARD 

Bom 10 Feb. 1840 at Hector, N. Y. Student from Geneva, N. Y., 
1^2-5. M.D. 
Physician at Albany, N. Y., since 1875. 
Residence, Albany, N. Y. 



296 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 



Class of 1876 

284. WESLEY ASBURY ARNOLD 

Brother of No. ^51 

Bom 22 Aug. 1850 at Walertown, N. Y. Student from S>Taaise, 1 
187 1-9. A.B. B.Ar. 1879. A.M. 1879. 

Teacher of Voice Culture in Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y., 1878. ' 
graphical Draughtsman of the Ch, & N. W. Ry., Chicago, 1880-3. ^ 
tectural Draughtsman, Chicago, 1883-5. Practicing Architect at Chi 
1885-92; Clinton, Iowa, 1893-6; Oak Park, 111., 1896-7. At pr 
specialist in Church Architecture. 

Married (i) 1880, Sara Etta Darrow of Fulton, N. Y., who died 28 
1881 ; (2) 1884, Florence I. Crandall of Oak Park, 111. 

Chi/d—SA,RA Etta, born 16 Dec. 1881. 

Residence, Oak Park, 111. 

285. FRANK DART BARKER 

Bom 20 Dec. 1852 at Clayton, N. Y. Student from Clayton, 1872-6. 
B.S. LL.B. (Allmny Law School) 1877. 

Lawyer at Lansing, Mich., 1877-81 ; afterward at Clayton, N. Y. Di 
Collector of Customs at Clayton, N. Y., since Oct. 1885. 

Residence, Clayton, N. Y. g 

286. CATHARINE BEAL 

sister of No. 253 

Bom 24 Sept. 1850 at East Palmyra, N. Y. Student from Bast Pali 
1873-6. A *. B. P. 

Teacher of Drawing, Painting and Modern Languages, Troy Confei 
Seminary, Poultney, Vt., 1876-7. Professor of Drawing and Pain 
Northwestern University, Hvanston, 111., since 1877. Traveled in En 
1879 ^"^ 1SS2. 

Residence, Evanston, 111. ^ 

287. * DARWIN H. BLISS 

Student from Cazenovia, N. Y., 1873-6. M.D. Physician at K 
City, 1876-80. 

Died in Kansas City 1880. 

288. CLARA BRADLEY (BAKER) 

Bom 22 July 1855 ^^ Hast Bloomfield, N. Y. Student from Syn 
N. Y., 1S72-6. A *. B.S. 

Preceptress of Rockland College, Xyack, N. Y., 1877-8. Preccptr 
Wesleyan Seminary, Eau Claire, Wis., 1878-9. Instructor in Ei 
branches, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., 1879-81. 



^76 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 297 

Mairied (i) 24 July 1878, Prof. N. M. Wheeler (No. 278, q, v. for further 
Kord). (2) 1890, Presley C. Baker of Passadena, Cal. 
Residence, 891 Orange Grove Ave., Passadena, Cal. 



289. WILLIAM COLDEN 

Born at Coldenham, N. Y. Student from Newburgh, N. Y., 1871-6, four 
jws. A.B. A.M. 1879. 

Qegjman, Meth. Epis. Supplied Union Presbyterian church at New- 
ish, N. Y.; then pastor at Cornwall. N. Y.; Washingtonville, N. Y., three 
yan; Warwick, N. Y., three years ; Pleasantville, N. Y., three years ; St, 
M'l church. Tarry town, N. Y. 

Sored three months with the 19th New York Regt. 

XDhed 21 Apr. 1880, Josephine Durham of Kingston, N. Y. 

QUirtn — ^Josephine, bom 27 Feb. 1881. 
MaBei«i«E, bom 17 Apr. 1882. 
William Cadwallader, bom 30 Mar. 1884. 

Residence. Greenfield, N. Y. § 

290. EUGENE M. CRABB 

Ban 21 June 1846 at Philadelphia, N. Y. Student from Redwood, N. Y., 
*74-6. M.D. 

Took a degree in Pharmacy, 1888. 

ftyacian at Shelby, N. Y., 1876-8; Clarendon, N. Y., 1878-86 ; Cape 
;^fec«ot,N.Y., since 1886. 

Sdiool Trastee at Clarendon and at Cape Vincent, Chairman Board of 
"•tes, M. E. church, Cape Vincent. Active as a Prohibitionist. 

^brried — June 1875 Loduna M. Coeof Theresa, N. Y. 

CWrfrwr— Horace Arthur, bora 13 May 1876. 
George Lbster, 4 June 1878. 

Kcndence, Cape Vincent, N. Y. 

291. VINCENT AZARIAH CRANDALL 

Bom I Dec. 185 1 at Plessis, N. Y. Student from Canton, N. Y., 1872-6. 

H.D. (Syracuse) 1884. 
TcKher at Macedon Centre, N. Y., 1876-7 ; at E. Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-81. 
It of Medicine, 1881-4. Physician at Brockport, N. Y., and Hunter, 
Xlhk. 
Married 17 Aug. 1876, Catharine R. Eager, of Syracuse, N. Y. 
OliZc/— Edward H., born 4 Dec. 1877. 
Kendence, Hunter, N. Dak. 

292. HARRIET SOPHIA CURTIS 
Bdni 6 Mar. 1845 at Fabitis, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1873-6. 



298 AI,UMN1 OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 187! 

Teacher of Art at Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Ga., 1876-7. 
Traveled in Europe, 1879. Private teacher in Art at Syracuse since 1879, 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. § 

293. EUDELMER FITCH CUYKENDALL 

Bom 10 Dec. 1850 at Cayuga, N. Y. Student from Cazenovia, N. Y^ 
1872-6. B.S. M.S. 1879. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Chemistry' in the Vermont Conferenot 
Seminary and Female College, Montpelier, Vt., 1876-80. Graduate studoil 
in Mathematics and Physics at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimocti 
Md., 1880-1. Teacher of Natural Sciences, Cazenovia Seminary, i88l. 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Simpson Centenary Collegt^ 
Indianola, Iowa, 1882-3. Principal Union Seminary, Red Creek, N. Y,, 
1883-4. Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics and Vice-President l4 
Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1884-95. Accepted! 
call to the professorship of Math, at Cazenovia Seminary, 1898. 

Married 29 Dec. 1892, Mary Willis SaflFord of Syracuse, N. Y. 
C^/7^— Irene, born 5 Dec. 1895. 

Residence, Cazenovia, N. Y. 

294. GEORGE FREDERICK D ARROW 

Born iS June 1854 at West Eaton, N. Y. Student from West Eato^ 
1873-6. AKE. B.S. 

Editor and part proprietor of the Fori Scoit {1^2i\\.) Daily Monitor, i876rJF 
Since May 1877 editor and proprietor of the Ogdensburg ( N. Y.) Advamt^ 

Manager of St. Lawrence State Hospital for Insane, 1892-5. Tmifclto 
Ogdensburg Public Library. President Ogdensburg Club, 1895-6. 

Married 4 June 1879, Mary Louise Myers of Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Child — Georgiana F., born 12 May 1882. 

Residence, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

295. HELEN MARY DODGE (FERGITSON) 

Sister of No. 417 

Born 26 Sept. 1850 at Verona, N. Y. Student from Verona, 1872-6. T' 
A.B. 

Engaged in teaching private pupils. Employed in translating the 
of a French author for Dr. Strong of Drew Theological Seminary. CftP*- 
responding Secretary of Utica District W. F. M. S., 1885 — . 

Married 12 Oct. 1886, Rev. J. V. Ferguson of Newport, N. Y. 

Residence, Utica, N. Y. 

296. *DAVID DUNHAM, Jr. 

Son of No. 1925 '■ 

Student from Bridgeport, N. Y., 1874-6. M.D. ' 

Physician at Bridgeport, N. Y. • 

Died 



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297. WILLIAM HARRISON DWIGHT 

Bcnn 28 Oct. 1852 at Onondaga, Mich. Student from Cincinnatus, N. Y., 
[»7y-6. M.D. 

Ph\-sician at Eaton, N. Y., 1877 ; Beaver Meadow, N. Y., 1878-9 ; Mount 
Hope, Kan., since 1879. 

Member South Kansas Med. Society. Surgeon 3d Kan. Regiment Uniform 
lok Knights of Pythias. Postmaster at Mt. Hope, 1889-94. 
Married 22 Sept. 1875, Frances A. Graves of Norwich, N. Y. 
OW^— Lottie Belle, born 27 Apr. 1876. 
lesadence. Mount Hope, Kan. 

298. MARTHA EMILY FOOTE (CROW) 
Sister of Nos. 808 and 852 
loni 28 May 1854 at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 
I.Y., 1872-6. A*. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1879. Ph.D. 1885 (English Literature). 
P^toeptress of Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 1876-7. Lady Principal 
t.CoDege, Waynesburg, Pa., 1877-8. Teacher of English Literature, High 
Scbodl, Newtonville, Mass., 1878-82; of History and President's Assistant 
it Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., 1882-4. Lady Principal of Iowa 
College, GrinnelL Iowa, 1884-91. Abroad under commission from the 
Kit Bur. of Educ to inquire into the facilities for the University education 
il vomen in Europe. Student at Cambridge, Oxford and Leipzig, 189 1-2. 
iMtProf. Eng. Lit., Univ. of Chicago, since 1892. 

Has published poems in various magazines; books of poems: "The 
tko^ght and the Song," 1883; "The Lady of Life '* and "Arcana," 1897 ; 
Hyini, "The Thoughts of God," written for Convocation at Univ. of 
Chicago, 1896 ; Literary essays in various publications ; " Elizabethan Son- 
■* Cycles," in 4 vols.; "The Status of Foreign Collegiate Education for 
^ttacn in England," 1891 ; " Facilities for the University Educ. of Women 
■ England," pub. by Bttreau of Educ, Report for 1894-5, vol. i ; " Will the 
^Mncated Co-educate?" pub. in Forum July 1894; many lectures and 
"toesses. 

Resident of Assoc. Collegiate Alumnae two years and Chm. for many 
JBirs of Com. of Educational Progress in same Assoc. 
Harried 7 Aug. 1884, J. M. Crow, Ph.D. (No. 1651) who died loOct. 1890. 
Q/V!t/— Agatha, bom 20 Sept. 1888 ; died 23 Aug. 1890. 
Koidence, Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

299. JUDSON S. GIBBS 
ILD. Residence, Buenapark, Cal. 

300. IDA ARABELLA GILBERT (DeLAMATER) 

Bom 22 Sept 1854 at Phoenix, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
.1872-6. A^. B.S. M.S. 1879 (Modem Languages). 

' Teacher at North East, Pa., 1876-9. Also at Zenia, Ohio and Pulaski, 
K. Y. Has resided in Chicago, 111., Dubuque, la. and New York city. 

Has done some Magazine and Newspaper work. 



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Married 27 Sept. 1882, George Beckwith DeLamater of Palmyra, N. \ 
who died 26 Sept. 1897. 
CAtVrf— Foster Beckwith, born 7 July 1885 ; died 23 Feb. 1886. 
Residence, 803 Turtle St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

301. *J. H. GRAVES 

Student from Manlius Station, N. Y., 1875-6. M.D. 
Physician at Syracuse, N. Y. 
Died 1892. 

302. WILLIAM HAMPTON HALL 

Born 8 Feb. 1848 at Pownal, Vt. Student from Pownal, 1872-6. A Kl 
A.B. A.M. 1879. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Parish, N.Y., 1876-8 ; South Richlaik 
N. Y., 1878-81 ; Alexandria Bay, N. Y.; 1881-2 ; Hermon. N. Y., 1882-1 
Oswego, N. Y., 1883-4, when health failed ; Superannuated 1884-8; Pariil 
N. Y., 1888-91; Supernumerary 1891-3; Vermilion, N. Y., 1893-4; siiM 
1894, farming. 
Married 27 Dec. 188 1, Minnie Eliza Hill of Union City, Erie Co., Pa. 
Children — Chari^es Ai,i,en, bom 16 Sept. 1883. 
WiLUAM J., born 6 Mar. 1886. 
Ray Hampton, bom 6 Sept. 1887. 
Allen Hill, born 26 May 1893. 
Marion G., bom 16 June 1895 ; died 3 Feb. 1896. 
Residence, Dugway, N. Y. 



303. JANE SARAH HIGHAM 

Born 18 Nov. 1855 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Rome, 1872-6. A< 
A.B. A.M. 1879. 

Teacher at Onondaga Academy, Onondaga Valley, N. Y,, 1876-81. Teach* 
in High School, Rome, N. Y., 1882-92. Visited Europe, 1892-3. Teach* 
in Clinton Liberal Institute since 1893. 

Residence, Fort Plain, N. Y. 

304. *RLIZABETH GRACE HUBBELL (SHULTS) 

Bom 9 Mar. 1850 at Rochester, N. Y. Student from Rochester, 1872-^ 
A*. A.B. 

Teacher of Classics at State Normal School, Cortland, N. Y., 1876-; 
Private tutor in Classics and Mathematics until death. 

Contributed to various periodicals. President one term of the Passadei 
Shakesperian Society. 

Married 29 June 1876, James Henry Shults (of Cortland, N. Y., No. 32 
g, V. for further record). 

Died 15 Dec. 1895 at Passadcna, Cal. 



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305. HERBERT HUNTINGTON 

Bora 5 Apr. 1853 a^ McGrawville, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y., 
1S72-6. AT. Ph.B. 

Lawyer at Cortland, N. Y., 1877-81. Editor of Wellsboro (Pa.) Gazette, 
1B1-5. Proprietor and editor of Ontario /depository and Messenger at 
Cmindaigua, N. Y., since 17 Dec. 1885. 

Married 21 May 1879, Lillian Shaw of Cortland, N. Y. 

Children — Kate, bom 14 Aug. 1881. 
Lois, born 29 Apr. 1887. 

Residence, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

306. ♦BARTHOLOMEW KEELER 

lore 23 Sept. 1849 at Cork, Ireland. Student from Little Falls, N. Y., 
1171-6. AT. A.B A.M. 1878 and Ph.D. 1880 (German). 

Uwrer at Syracuse and Rochester, N. Y. Supervisor of the loth Ward 
rf Rochester, 18S3 and 1884; Police Justice of Rochester, 1885—. 

Married 25 Apr. 1892, Mary Elinore Roche of Rochester, N. Y. (Address, 
439Lyell Ave., Rochester, N. Y.) 

Oh'W— Louise Abigaii, R., bom 11 July 1893. 

Died 16 Jan. 1896 at Rochester, N. Y. 

307. ELBRIDGE OLIN KINNE 

Bora 25 July 1852 at DeWitt, N. Y. Student from DeWitt, 1872-6. A K E. 
ft.B. Ph.M. 1879. M.D. (University of Michigan) 1878. 

Phyacian at Paterson, N. J., 1878-9; Syracuse, N. Y., since 1879. Spec- 
■Bst in diseases of the eye, ear and throat. Attended the New York 
Opbthalmic College and Hospital, 1878-9. 

lianied i Nov. 1881, Ella M. Potter of Utica, N. Y. 

Children ^yiARio^ Euzabbth, bom 23 Aug. 1882. 
Ella Sophronia, born 28 Jan. 1885. 
Elbridgb Potter, born 6 Aug. 1886. 

Residence, 516 S. Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. J 

308. GEORGE RITE KINNE 
1873-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 



309. ♦ALICE MARIA LEE (McDOWELL) 

Bom I Aug. 1851 at Buffalo, N. Y. Student from Fayetteville, N. Y., 
I 1872-6. A ♦. Ph.B. 

! Teacher two terms in the Fayetteville Graded School, 1878. Engaged in 
ftrisian of books and editorial work. 

Harried 24 Sept 1878, Hugh McDowell of Syracuse, N. Y. (No. 313, 
f . r. for further record). 
Died . § 



302 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

310. SARAH M. LOGUEN (FRASER) 

Born 29 Jan. 1850 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1873-6. '. 

Interne in Woman's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., 1876-7 ; in NewEn^ 
Hospital, Boston, 1878-9. Physician at Washington, D. C, 1879-82 ; Pi 
Plata, Santo Domingo, 1882-97. 

Married 1882, Charles A. Fraser of Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo. 

Chilif — Gregoria A., born 29 Dec. 1883. 

Residence, Washington, D. C. 

311. BRACE WHEELOCK LOOMIS 
^873-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

312. JOHN SAYRE MARSHALI^ 
1873-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

313. HUGH MCDOWELL 

Born II Feb. 1850 at Niles, N. Y. Student from Niles, 1872-6. A 
A.B. A.M. 1877 (French.) 

Manager and editor of Syracuse Standard ^ 1878-80. At Niles, N. 
1 881-4. Managing editor of Grand Rapids (Mich.) Telegram^ 1884-9. J' 
paper work in Chicago, 1889-90 ; St. Louis, Mo., 1890-4 ; Los Angeles, ' 
since 1894. Has traveled in Europe and given special attention tos 
of modern languages. 

Married 24 Sept. 1878, Alice M. Lee (No. 309) of Fayettevillc, N. Y. 

Child — Fannie Evei,yn, born 23 Mar. 1880. 

Residence, Los Angeles, Cal. 

314. EDWIN NOTTINGHAM 
1872-6. Ph.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Law.) 

315. WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM 
1872-6. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Law.) 

316. JAMES CLINTON PEET 

Brother of No. 271 

Born 25 Feb. 1855 at Webster, N. Y. Student in Rochester Unive 
1872-6 ; took a dismissal before graduating and received degree at Syn 
A.B. A.M. 1879. 

Engaged in farming 1876-7 ; in nursery business, 1877-83 ; in 
business in Rochester, N. Y., 1883-90. Business Manager of aHorticn 
Magazine since 1890. 

Married 14 Jan. 1880, Marion K. Green of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children — Mortimer S., born 15 May 1881. 
AZAI.IA Emma, born 3 Sept. 1887. 
Nei^son Rusk, born 17 May 1889. 

Residence, 96 Broadway, Rochester, N. Y. 



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317. JAMES DUANE PHELPS 
Bom 12 Apr. 1848 at Martinsburgh, N. Y. Student from Martinsburgh, 
^72-6. A KB. A.B. A.M. 1879. ^'^' (Syracuse) 1898. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Student in Boston Tbeo. Seminary, 1877-8. 
Pastor at Amenia, N. Y.; Harwich, Mass.; Utica, ist church ; Rochester, ist 
dnnch ; Buffalo, Delaware Ave. ; Maiden, Mass. Principal Cazenovia, and 
GcsKsee Wesleyan Seminaries. At present pastor Plymouth church, Buffalo, 
5. Y. 

Harried 19 June 1878, Helen Ursula Weaver (sister of Nos. 225 and 405) of 
Bmira, N. Y. (See Non -graduates.) 
Children — Ray Weaver, bom 28 Sept. 1879. 
DuANE Forrest, bom 22 Aug. 1881. 
Frank Erastus, born 11 July 1883. 
Harold Dunton, bom 5 Oct. 1886. 
James Fenton, bom 16 Mar. 1891. 
Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

318. GEORGE ADELBERT PLACE 
Bom 22 Jan. 1849 at Mt. Upton, N. Y. Student from Mt. Upton, 1872-6. 

AT. A.B. A.M. 1879. Ph.D. 1884 (Chr. Evid.) 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Chenango Forks, N. Y., 1876-8; 
Ci«te Creek. N. Y., 1878-81 ; Greene, N. Y., 1881-4; Bainbridge, N. Y., 
i8M:Slaterville. N. Y., 1886-9 ; Athens, Pa., 1889-94 ; Wilkesbarre, Pa., 
^9^-5 : Carbondale, Pa., since 1895. 

Sermons and addresses published in various papers. 

Married 5 July 1876, Amy A. Payne of Binghamton, N. Y. 

Children— ViKKiss.K J., bom 18 July 1880. 

Adelaide L., born 10 Mar. 1886. 

Residence, Carbondale, Pa. 

319. 'ROSWELL SPENCER PRICE 
Bora 21 Aug. 1852 at East Virgil, N. Y. Student from East Virgil, 1872-6. 

'♦. Ph.B. 
Wmter of 1876 spent in study. In the Spring of 1877 became a partner 
vitb Edward Bros., Kinsley, Kan., in mercantile business. 
Harried 11 July 1878, D. Estelle Saffordof Syracuse, N. Y. 
Died 27 Sept. 1878 at Kinsley, Kan. 

320. MILLER KLINE READING 
Bom 7 Jan. 1840 at Flemington, N. J. Student from Flemington, 1874-6. 
ILD. 

Physician at Baptistown, N. J., 1876-81 ; Aden, Va., since 1881. Com- 
missioner of Deeds, 1868. Trustee ist Presb. church, Prince Wm. Co., Va« 
Member Co. A. 3d N. J. Vol. Cav*l., 1863-5. 
Married 18 Mar. 1865, Mary Hannah Young of Flemington, N. J. 
Children — John Young, bom 4 Apr. 1866. 

CORNBI4US L., bom 28 Feb. 1868. 
Residence, Aden, Va. 



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321. JAMES ERWIN REED 

Bom 10 Dec. 185 1 at Canajoharie, N. Y. Student from Canajoh 
1874-6. M.D. 

Physician at Buskirk's Bridge, N. Y., 1877-83. Resided at Lincoln, J 
1883-8. Physician at Carmel, N. Y., since 1889. Sec. Putnam Co. 1 

Society. 
Married 13 Sept. 1876 Helen Frances Smith of North Bennington, VI 
Children — Hei,en Louise, born 27 Jan. 1879. 
James Erwin, born 9 Aug. 1882. 
Residence, Carmel, N. Y. 



322. JOHN THOMAS ROBERTS 

Brother of No. 541 

Born 20 Feb. 1852 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Onondaga, N. 
1 87 1 -6 (four years). AT. A.B. A.M. 1883. 

Assistant Editor of the Norihertt Christian Advocate ^ S3rracuse, N. 
1876-9 and 1 88 1-9. Editor of Beaver County Enterprise ^ Beaver Falls, 
1879-80. Connected also with Cincinnati Inquirer and the Syracuse SL 
ard. Publisher of various books and pamphlets. Has contributed n 
articles to newspapers and journals. Has lectured on " Some Points in 
New Dixie." Author of history of the towns of Eaton and SmithfieUL, 
parts of others in Mason's History of Madison Co.; also " History of Oi 
daga Academy.'* Admitted to the bar in Syracuse, May 189a Lawyi 
Syracuse since 1890, and also connected yvithtYi^ Syracuse Standard, 

Married 17 May 1882, Elizabeth E. Snyder of Scriba, Oswego Co., ^ 

Chi/d—jKAH EsTEi^LK, born 11 June 1883. 

Residence, Onondaga (P. O. Syracuse), N. Y. 

323. RICHARD LEWIS ROBINSON 

Born 27 July 1845 at Springwater, N. Y. Student from Flint, N 
1872-6. AT. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Clarence, Erie Co., N. Y., 18; 
Wales, Erie Co., N. Y., 1878-81 ; Colden, Erie Co., N. Y., 1881-4 ; Ma 
Erie Co., X. Y., 1884-7; Pendleton, N. Y.. 1887-91; Churchville, > 
1891-4 ; vSpencerport, N. Y., 1894-8 ; Royalton, N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 4 June 1879, Rena Ella Wiltsie of Clarence, N. Y. 

Children— 1,\\3K\ Ann, born 22 Feb. 1881. 
STEI.1.A W., boni 14 June 1886. 

Residence, Royalton, N. Y. 

324. CHARLES JAMES RUSSELL 

Student from London, England, 1876. M.D. Physician in London 
Residence, London, England, ii 



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325. HIRAM CHARLES vSEXTON 

Bom 9 Oct. 1837 at Seward, N. Y. Entered Wesleyan University in 1856 
Lth the Class of i860 ; ill health prevented further attendance when rank- 
ig as a Junior. A.B. A A 4». 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Member of Troy Conference, 186 1-8 1 ; Ohio 
joofcrence, 1881-4 ; Troy Conference, 1884-5 « Ohio Conference since 1885. 
Married 30 Jan. 1861, Jane A. Ottman. 
Ckzliiren — Margaret J., born 16 Dec. 1862. (Brown.) 
Josephine, bom 1867; died in infancy. 
Charles H., born 4 Nov. 1869. 
S.e>idence, Chillicothe, Ohio. 



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326, LOUISE VIOLA SHEPARD (HANCOCK) 

3om 17 Oct. 1855 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Rome, 1872-6. A*. 
?h.B. Ph.M. 1878 (Modern Languages). 

Graduate student in music ; teaching Italian ; correspondent for various 
p^KTs; traveling for health and education. 
Married 2 Mar. 1887. Rev. George H. Hancock of Rome, N. Y. 
Children — Ruth, bom 31 Oct. 1887. 

May Alice, bom 5 Mar. 1889. 
Hannah Louise, born 31 Jan. 1892. 
John Shepard, bora 13 Oct. 1893. 
\Vm. Geo. Mountford. bom 15 June 1896. 
teiidence. Madrid, N. Y. 

327. JAMES HENRY SHULTS 

Born; Feb. 185 1 at Virgil. N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y., 1873-6. 
A^E. A.B. A.M. 1878. (English). M.D. (Syracuse) 1888. 
Teacher in State Normal School, Cortland, N.Y., 1876-8. Principal of West 
H%h School, Cleveland, Ohio, 1878-83. Superintendent of schools, 
^^wwich, N. Y , 1883-6. Student, College of Medicine, 1886-8. Teacher 
*Sute Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal., since 1888. 

Author of "Standard Examination Book and Paper," published by 
*"*rican Book Company, May 1885 ; articles in Educational Gazette 
■Rochester, N. Y., and in Neiv York School Journal, 

^'»ricd29june 1876, Elizabeth Grace Hubbell (No. 304) of Rochester, N.Y. 

CiltA/rfif— Ei,BERT HUBBEI,!,, bom 19 June 1878. 

Eloise Grace, bom 8 Dec. 1880; died 8 Oct. 1881. 
Ci«ARENCE James, bora 22 Apr. 1883. 
Mabeixe Harriett, born 13 Sept. 1886. 

Residence, Passadena, Cal. 

328. MARVIN LEONARD SPOONER 

^ 2 Dec 1853 at Milo Centre, N. Y. Student from Milo Centre, 
^M. AT. A.B. A.M. 1879. 
^cipgl, Academy, Rushford, N. Y., 1877-80 ; Union School, Canaseraga, 



306 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSlTy 

N. Y., 1880-9. Professor of Mathematics at Kenka College, Keaka, N 
1890-1. Vice-Principal of Keuka College, 1891-4, Farming since 1891 

Married 10 Aug. 1881, Lina A. Hunt of Milo Centre, N. Y. 

Children— l^^os Hunt, born 4 Aug. 1888. 
Laura Maria, born 4 Aug. 1890. 

Residence, Milo Centre, N. Y. 

329. MARGARET STANTON 

Born . Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1873-6. M.D. 

Graduate student at Paris and Vienna, 1876-8, and in the Micros 
with Professor I^oomis. Physician at Syracuse since 1876. City • 
Physician, 1878-80. On the staff of the Free Dispensary, i878-8a 
staff St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, 1883-91. President Alumni, Co! 
of Medicine. 

Editor for three years of the Dept. of Foreign Medicine of the ObsM 
Gazette and Diseases of Women and Children ^ Cin., O., contritn 
translations from French and German medical press. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

330. HENRY FERDINAND THOMSEN 
Brother of Nos. 638 and 639 

Bom 6 Nov. 1855 at Phillipsburg, C. W. Student from Syracuse, N 
1872-6. AKE. Ph.B. 

Private instructor and teacher in the High School, Syracuse, N. 
1876-7. Teacher of Classics in Union School, Waterloo, N. Y., 187; 
Practicing analytical chemist, Syracuse, N. Y., 1880-3. Electrician, S 
cuse, 1885 — ? Superintendent of the Syracuse Electrical and U 
f acturing Co. , 1886^? 

Residence, Chicago, 111. § 

331. DAVID MAYDOLE TOTMAN 
1873-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

332. CHARLES A. WALL 

Born 24 Sept. 1853 at Buffalo, N. Y. Student from Buffalo, 187 
Z^'. B.S. M.vS. 1879. M.D. (University of Buffalo) 1879. 

Physician and Surgeon at Buffalo. Has contributed various artic 
medical journals. Assistant Surgeon in 74 Reg. N. Y. S. N. G., 18; 
Married 9 June 1880, Annie M. Powell of Buffalo, N. Y. 
67//7^;r//— Marion, born 23 May 1S81 ; died in infancy. 

Annie P., bom 30 Sept. 1882. 

Chari.es a., born 12 Oct. 1885. 

Wii,i,iAM P., born 6 Nov. 1888. 

Mai,coi.m C, born 22 Feb. 1893. 
Residence, 306 Hudson St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



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333. *FRANCIS G. WHEELOCK 

Bom 4 Jan. 1854 at DeRujrter, N. Y. Student from Delphi, N. Y., 1874-6. 
II.D. 

Physician at Preble, N. Y., 1876-9. Resident physician at Onondaga 
Co. Almshouse and Insane Asylum, 1879-81. Physician at Homer, N. Y., 
1881-3. Member Cortland Co. Med. Soc. 

Married 25 Dec. 1876, Emma Wheeler of Eaton, N.Y. (Now Mrs. Harvey 
Baker of Cortland, N. Y.) 

Died 14 May 1883 at Homer, N. Y. 

334. FRANK ZIAH WILCOX 

Bom 8 Dec. 1850 at Coleford, England. Student from Auburn, N. Y.» 
xfi72-6. Z^. A.B. A.M. 1879. 

Gergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Sterling, N. Y,, 1876-7. General 
Secretary of Y. M. C. A. at Watertown, N. Y., 1877-8. General Secretary 
d Raih-oad Y. M. C. A. at Elmira, N. Y., 1878-87, having built the first 
Y. M. C. A. building for railroad men exclusively. Lawyer at Syracuse, 
S. Y. since 1887. Supervisor of i8th Ward, 1895-7. 

Married 26 Oct. 1876, Mary C. Worden (sister of No. 553) of Syracuse, 
N.Y. < See Non-graduates.) 

Children — MilTON W., born 9 Dec. 1877. 

Frank Z. Jr., born 23 Apr. 1884 ; died 19 July 1884. 

Readence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

335. PHEBE WILLETT 

Stndent from Orchard Park, N. Y., 1874-6. M.D. 
niysician at Orchard Park, 
itesidence. Orchard Park, N. Y. t^ 

336. AUGUSTUS ADELBERT YOUNG 

Bom 8 \ov. 1849 at Clay, N. Y. Student from Clay, 1872-6. B.S. M.S. 
% M.D. (Syracuse) 1879. 

Student College of Medicine, 1876-9. Physician at Newark, N. Y., since 
^ Assistant editor of Golden Era^ 1878-80. Physician to the New York 
S*«te Idiot Asylum (Custodial Branch), Newark, N. Y. 

^Iributions to medical literature in Medical Journals : ' ' Pneumonia as 
I«eeand Treat it,** 1891 ; *• Thoughts about Dyspepsia," 1892 ; "Uterine 
^^i^oasura," 1892; ** Sporadic Intestinal Catarrh," 1894; "Observations 
[^^e to Quinine," 1894; "Points Relative to Diphtheria," 1895; 

^oebic Dysentery," 1896. Active member of the Wayne Co. Med. Soc., 
^tral N. Y. Med. Soc., American Med. Assoc., Acad, of Medicine, 
^nse, N. Y.; Hon. Mem. of Onondaga Co. Med. Society ; Mem. of 
*^». Microscopical Society. 

^fanied 18 Aug. 1879, Sarah E. Carver of South Bay, N. Y. 

Residence, Newark, N. Y. 



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Class of 1877 
337. samuel henry baker 

Born 26 Sept. 1856 at Camilus, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1873-7. A' 
A.B. A.M. 1880. 

Principal of Minnesota Academy, Owatonna, Minn., 1877-80. Princip 
of Academic Department, Benedict Institute, Columbia, S. C, 1880- 
Principal of Public Schools, Canon City, Col., 1881-4. Admitted to the b 
in Colorado, Dec. 1881. Lawyer at Canon City and Denver, Col., since 188 
Secretary Col. Baptist State Convention since 1889. 

Married 13 Sept. 1881, Ada E. Chick of Owatonna, Minn. 

C*/7rf— Clarence James, bom 22 July 1884. 

Residence, Denver, Col. 

338. JANE MARIE BANCROFT (ROBINSON) 

Born 24 Dec. 1847 at W. Stockbridge, Mass. Student from Troy, N. \ 
1876-7. A*. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1880. Ph.D. 1884 (History). 

Dean of the Woman's College and Professor of French Language ai 
Literature, Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., 1877-86. Fellow 
History, Bryn Mawr College, Pa., 1886. Student at the University 
Ziirich, Switzerland, 1886-7; at the University of France, 1887-8, ai 
attended the historical lectures of the Ecoles des Hautes Etudes, the fir 
woman thus honored ; Lectured in Deaconess* work of the M. E. churcl 
1888-90 ; at present ist Vice-President and Secretary of the Deaconei 
Bureau of the W. H. M. S. Has published (1883, Doctor's Thesis) '^Parli 
ment of Paris and Other Parliaments of France," in Edmation^ May- Jul 
No., 1885 ; " Deaconesses in Europe and their lessons for America ** (no 
in 3ded.); "Occupations and Professions for College-bred Women; 
Many magazine articles. 

Married 7 May 189 1, George O. Robinson, a lawyer of Detroit, Mich. 

Residence, 425 Cass Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

339. 'MAY GERTRUDE BISSELL (GILES) 

Bom 3 Jan. 1857 *^ Bain bridge, N. Y. Student from Liverpool, N. " 
1873-7. A*. B.S. M.S. 1880. 

Preceptress in Macedon Academy, Macedon Centre, N. Y., 1877 
Studied music in Rochester, N. Y., 1878-9. Preceptress and teacher" 
History and Literature in Academy, Palmyra, N. Y., 1879-81. TeachM 
pipe organ at Corning, N. Y., 1881-2. Teacher of pipe organ and elocuf 
in Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1882-3. 

Contributed articles to Northern Christian Advocate ; Washington c: 
respondent for various news|>apers. 

Married 12 Sept. 1882 Arthur H. Giles, Ph.D. (No. 388, q, i\ for furt 
record ) of Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Died 3 Mar. 1890 at Olean, N. Y. 



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340. J. SCOTT CLARK 
1873-7. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 

341. JOHN SEYMOUR CLARKE 

Bom 4 Dec. 1844 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1874-7. 
MJ). 
Fbjsician at New York, N. Y., 1877-80; St. Paul, Minn., 1880-5. In 
haSator's Dept. N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., since 1892. 
Married 13 Dec. 1865, Helen M. Chittenden of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Marion Chittenden, bom 30 Jan. 1868. (Mrs. C. W. Tilling- 
hast 2d Troy, N. Y. ) 
Harlow Chittenden, born 15 Sept. 1870. 
Alice Sabine, bom 26 Sept. 1873. 
Icsdence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

342. CHARLES NEWELL COBB 

Bora 3 Jan. 1855 at Newfield, N. Y. Student from Union, N. Y., 1873-7. 
tR. "frT. A.B. A.M. 1880. ^ 

Ib Europe 1877-8. Principal of Union School, Lisle, N. Y., 1879-80; 

tnoo School, Massena, N. Y., 1880-1. Teacher of Natural Sciences and 

Hiitbeniatics in Greenwich Academy, East Greenwich, R. I., 1881-2. Prin- 

CQil of Union School, Palatine Bridge, N. Y., 1882-7. Superintendent of 

^^^ Schools, Waterford, N. Y., 1887-9. Professor of Sciences at State 

Swiittl School, Oneonta, N. Y., 1889-93. Examiner in Science, University 

4 Uk State of N. Y., 1890-4. Inspector University of the State of New 

^«k,ance 1894. 

>Umed Elizabeth Snell of Palatine Bridge, N. Y. 

Cii/rfnf»— Mary Elizabeth, bom 15 June 1891. 

Ruth Newell, bom 24 May 1895 ; died 12 Aug. 1896. 
itsidence, 26 N. Pine Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

343. BARBARA FLORINDA CRANE (VAN WAGONER) 

^2 Dec. 1839 at Pine Brook, N. J. Student from Boon t on, N. J., 
^n r*B. Ph.B. Ph. M. 1880. 
Student of Greek at home, 1878. Teacher in High School, Newark, N. J., 

'^•'riedSJuly 1897, Cornelius Van Wagoner of Bloomfield, N. J. 
^idence, 21 Spmce St., Bloomfield, N. J. 

344. RICHARD EDWIN DAY 

Bom 27 Apr. 1852 at West Granby, N. Y. Student from Granby Center, 
^•Y. 1873-7. AT. A.B. A.M. 1878 (Metaphysics). 

"f^ficipsJof Martin Institute, Martinsburg, N. Y.. 1878-9. Assistant 
*^^Wof Northern Christian Advocate, Syracuse, N. Y., 1879-80. Asso- 
^editor of the5>TlI^:««^ (N.Y.) Daily Standard, 1880-99. 



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3IO AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITV 1877 

Has published four volumes of poems, ** Lines in the Sand,** Syracuse, 
1878; **Thor," Syracuse, i88o; ** Lyrics and Satires,'* Syracuse, 1883; 
** Poems,'* New York, 1888, besides numerous poems in papers and periodi- 
cals. Alumni poet, 1878. Poet at Delta Upsilon Conventions, 1882 and 1890. 

Married 22 Apr. 1880, Frances Emma Northrop of Martinsburg, N. Y. 

Residence, 722 McBride St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



345. FREDERICK CARLTON ESMOND 

Bom 16 Jan. 1854 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1873-7. 
TK. ^r, A.B. A.M. 1880. 

Principal of Preparatory Department of State College, Pa., 1877-9. Con- 
nected with mining interests in South America, 1879-84. spending the yean 
1879-81 in the U. S. of Columbia. Regaining health, 1884-90. Engaged in 
business in connection with Electrical Science and Inventions, since 1890^ 
and since 1895 has been much of the time in Europe on this business. 

Married 14 Feb. 1884, Lula Nase of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children — Ethei^wyne, born 28 Nov. 1884. 
Winifred, bom i June 1886. 

Residence, 488 Fourth St. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

346. CAROLINE A. HATCH 

Bom 24 Jan. 1830 at Madison, N. Y. Student from Ilion, N. Y., 1873-7. 
M.D. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since graduation. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

347. ALFRED COLES HAVEN 
Brother of Nos. 348 and 516 
Bom 30 Sept. 1857 at Maiden, Mass. Student from S5T^cu8e, N. Y., 
1874-7. TK. "^r, Ph.B. Ph. M. 1880. M.D. (Syracuse) 1880. Student it 
New York University, 1873-4. 

Physician at San Francisco, Cal., 1881. Surgeon Pacific Mail Steamer 
**City of Pekin " (Japan and China service), 188 1-2. Physician at Lake 
Forest, 111., since 1882. 

Local Surgeon Chicago & N.W.R.R. Health Oflficer city of Lake Forest, 
Elder ist Presbyterian church. Lake Forest. 

Fellow American Acad. Medicine. Member American Med. Assoc. Pres- 
ident and Secretary Lake Co. Med. Society. 

Married — (i) 20 Aug. 1879, Elizabeth Frances Haywood (No. 428) of Fre- 
donia, N. Y., who died i Jan. 1880; (2) 17 Sept. 1884, Kate Dickinson of 
Lake Forest, 111. 
Children — Elizabeth Wing, born lo Oct. 1885. 
Erastus Otis, born 22 Dec. 1889. 
Alfred Coles. Jr., born 19 Feb. 1896. 
Residence, Lake Forest, 111. 



iSn AI,UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 3II 

348. FRANCES ELIZABETH HAVEN (MOSS) 

Sister of Nos. 347 and 516 

Bom 27 May 1854 at Ann Arbor, Mich. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1874-7. r ♦ B. B.P. 

Teacher of Drawing in Normal School, Geneseo, N. Y., 1877-8. 

Private teacher of Art classes in Bloomington, 111. 

Married 27 June 1878, Prof. Charles M. Moss (No. 356, q, v, for further 
wcord) of Bloomington, 111. 

Residence, Urbana, 111. 



349. *CHARLES DEMOREST HOLDEN 
Brother of Nos. 473, 474 and 576. 

Bom 10 June 1853 at Charlotte, N. Y. Student from Syracuse ten terms 
tem«n 1872-7. TK. 4^ T. Ph.B. 
Accountant at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married 10 June 1880, Elizabeth A. Curtis of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Died 21 Feb. 1883 at Syracuse. 



350. EDWARD CARLTON HOSKINS 

Born March 20 1839 at Scipio, N. Y. Student in Allegheny College from 
Sdpio, 1874-5 ; in Syracuse University, 1875-7. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1880. B.D. 
(General Theol. Sem., N. Y.) 1887. 

Teacher of Select School at Martinsburg, N.Y., fall of 1887. Teacher of 
Gennan, French and English in Mountain Institute, Chappaqua, N. Y., 
1874^,81. Teacher of Latin and English in Mt. Anthony Seminary, Benning- 
ton Center, Vt., 1881-2. Teacher of Modem Languages and English in the 
^Kscopal Academy of Connecticut, Cheshire, Conn., 1882-4. Missionary 
in the Protestant Episcopal City Mission, N. Y., 1887-91. Missionary in 
Kiddleville and Fairfield, N.Y., 1891 ; Mechanicsville and Stillwater, N.Y., 
1892; Canajoharie and Fort Plain, N. Y., 1893. Rector St. Paul's church, 
Georgetcni'n, Del., 1895-6. Regaining health since 1896. 
Married 6 June 1888, Eliza Shaw of Astoria, L. I. 
Residence, Cleveland, N. Y. 

351. ♦LORING SMITH HUTCHINSON 

Bom March 1850 at Fenner,N.Y. Student from Cazenovia,N. Y., 1873-5 
and 1876-7. AT. Ph.B. 

Teacher in Ginn*s Classical School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-8. Teacher of 
Mathematics in Seminary, Cazenovia, N.Y., 1878-9. 

EKed 29 Nov. 1879 at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

352. NATHAN JACOBSON 
1874-7. M. D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 



312 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 187^ 

353. NETTIE E. TRIPP (JENKINS) 

Bom 185 1 at Dryden, N. Y. Student from Dry den, 1873-7, three years 
M.D. 

Physician at Port Byron, N. Y., 1877 ; at Auburn, N. Y., since 1878. 

President Cayuga Co. Med. Society. Sec. same, three years. 

Married — 1875, James M. Jenkins (No. 266, q, v. for further record) 01 
Auburn, N. Y. 

Residence, Auburn, N. Y. 

354. *CHARLES HALBERT KINGMAN 

Son of No. 2246 

Bom 16 Sept. 1853 ^^ McGrawville, N. Y. Student from Palmyra, N. Y., 
1874-7. AT. M.D. 
Physician at Rochester, N. Y., 1877-80. 
Died 4 July 1880 at Palmyra, N. Y. 

355. BYRON COLLINS MATHEWS 

Bom I May 1851 at Italy, N. Y. Student from Italy, 1873-7. A K B. 
A.B. A.M. 1880. A.M. 1893 (Greek). Ph.D. 1893 (Philosophy). 

Principal of Macedon Academy, Macedon Center, N. Y., 1877-8; Semi 
nary, Dansville, N. Y., 1878-9; I^ake Shore Seminary, North East, Pa- 
1879-80. Professor of Greek in Simpson Centenary College, Indianola 
Iowa, 1880-5. Professor of Greek and Economics, High School, Newarhi 
N. J., since 1885. 

Has published ** Ethics in the Schools" in Popular Science Monthly^ Mai 
1891 ; •* Sociology in Ethical Education," i^^iV/., July 1896; **A'Study -i 
Nativities" in The Forum ^ ]2in, 1899. Has material ready for a booker 
Public Charitable and Penal Institutions in New York city. 

Married 21 Aug. 1878, Elizabeth A. Hall of North East, Pa. 

Children — Laura E., born 7 June 1882. 

Gertrude A., bom 26 Nov. 1889 ; died 14 July 1890. 

Residence, 36 Kearney St., Newark, N. J. 

356. CHARLES MELVILLE MOSS 

Bom 8 June 1853 at New York Mills, Oneida Co., N. Y. Student fro 
Cazenovia, 1873-7. TK. ^T. A.B. A.M. 1880. Ph.D. 1882 (Greek )- 

Adjunct Professor of Latin and Greek, Victoria College, Coburg, Ontari* 
1877-8. Professor of Greek, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomingtoi 
111., 1878-91. Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, Universi* 
of Illinois, since 1891. 

Has published ** First Greek Reader," Boston, 1885; ** Philosophy ^ 
Political Parties," 1890; ** Cognition and Pantheism," 1891 ; ** Philosophy 
of Individual Social Growth," 1892 ; and numerous articles in religious aii^J 
educational papers. 



ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 313 

ied 27 June 1878, Frances E. Haven (No. 348) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
^rcH — Anita, bom 2 Nov. 1879 ; died 29 May i88i. 

Havex Haanel, bom 15 Apr. 1882. 

Mary Frances, born 25 Feb. 1884. 

Charles Taylor, born 28 Sept 1886. 

Alida Helen, bora 9 Oct. 1896. 
ience, Urbana, 111. 

357. ELWYN DAVID PLAISTED 

1 14 Oct. 1S55 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse in Syracuse 

riitv, 1872-4. T K. In Wesleyan University, 1874-5. ^I'T. Studied 

•nany, 1S75-7. Ph.B. 

lager and part owner of the M. Steele Co., Mfrs. Steam Heatiug 

aius, Springfield, Ohio. 

rried 20 Dec. 1880, Mary M. Steele of Springfield, Ohio. 

ldren—yi\K\ ELIZABETH, bom Sept. 1881. 

Martha, bom Jan. 1886. 

Margaret, bora 1891. 
adence, Springfield, Ohio. 

358. PHILIP PRICE 

ffa 8 June 1845 in Hereford, England. Student from Elmira, N. Y., 

r?. AT. A.B. A.M. 1880. S.T.B. (Boston University) 1886. Ph.D. 

ton Univ.) 1897. 

ocher at Guayaquil, Ecuador, South America, 1879-80. Clergyman, 

'^ Epis. Pastor of churches in New York and Michigan. 

*« published **Thc Philosophical Basis of Hegel's -*:8thetics," 1897. 

to for Ph.D.) 

Itsidcnce, Stephenson, Mich. 

559. ADELPHIA MAY QUIVEY (STABLER) 
^ 19 May 1854 at Red Creek, N. Y. Student from Baldwinsville, 
^•.1873-7. r*B. B.P. 

*C"cher of Drawing and Painting, Goshen Institute, Goshen, N. Y., 
^: WiUiamette University, Salem, Or^on, 1881-3 ; Goliad College, 
"*^i Texas, 1883-4 ; Callanan College, Des Moines, Iowa, 1884-5. 
'^ in Europe, 1879. 
''■^ 17 July 1881, William J. Stabler, Professor of Music, Salem, 



^itf-THOMAS QuiVEY, bora 3 Aug. 1891. 
^*»^ce, 826 N. AUbama St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

360. RICHARD JONATHAN SMITH 

*n 15 Jan. 1852 at Nichols, N. Y. Student from Owego, N. Y., 1873-7. 
K. A.B. 



314 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 1 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Schuyler and West Frankfort, N. 
1877-80 ; Remsen, N. Y., 1880-2 ; East Hamilton, N. Y., 1882-5 ; Fnuikf 
N. Y., 1885-7; New Hartford, N. Y., 1888-92; Oswego, N. Y., ist dOH 
1893-4. Supernumerary, 1894-5. Pastor at Earlville, N. Y., 1895-8; Ml 
son, N. Y. since 1898. 
Married 10 Oct. 1877, Hattie E. Phillips of Lowville, Lewis Co., N. Y, 
Children— ViLK'SQ.iss Icy, born 7 Apr. 1879. 

WiLUAM Brink, bom 6 Apr. 1880 ; died 23 Aug. i88a 
Philip Raymond, born 18 July 1882. 
Susan Harriet, bom 23 Apr. 1885. 
Mary Gates, born 2 Sept. 1888. 
Richard Scott, born 12 Aug. 1890. 
Arthur Hunt, bom 9 July 1893. 
Residence, Madison, N. Y. 



361. GEORGE STRATTON 

Born 4 May 1837 at Webster, N. Y. , Student from Webster in 
College, 1858^61. A.B. A.M. 1880. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Lawrenceville, Pa., 1861-3; Mc 
ton. Pa., 1863-4 ; Daggett's Mills, Pa., 1864-5. Supernumerary and ei 
in farming at Churchville, N. Y., 1865-9. Pastor at Byron, N. Y., ll 
Clarkson, X. Y., 1871-4 ; Spencerport, N. Y., 1874-7 I Bath, N. Y., il 
Naples, N. V., 1880-3; Buffalo, N. Y., Eagle St., 1883-5; Rochester, N^ 
North Avenue, 1885-90. Retired, 1890-5. Pastor at Byron, N. Y., 

Married 14 Jan. 1863, Ann Maria Dewey of Churchville, N. Y. 

Oii/drefi—GnoRGn Dewky, born 30 Apr. 1865 ; died 19 Sept. 1895. 
Anna M., bom 18 Aug. 1867. 
Mary, born 30 June 1872. 

Residence, Webster, N. Y. 

362. JOSEPH WARD TAYLOR 
Brother of No. 153 

Born 20 June 1854 at Gowanda, N. Y. Student from Gowanda, 187^ 
TK. 'I'T. Ph.B. 

Principal Union vSchool, Webster, N. Y. , 1877-8. Law student at Gowtt 
N. Y., 1878-9. Lawyer at Rochester, N. Y., since Oct. 1879. AjoU 
District Attorney, Monroe Co., X. Y., 1880-4. District Attorney for* 
county, 18S4-6. 

Married ( i) 24 Sept. 1884, Clara Thompson Vosburgh, of Gowanda, N. 
(2) 17 Apr. 1892, Mary C. Vosburgh of Gowanda, N. Y. 
cy/f/fl'rrv/— IlKi.EN Curtis, born 25 Oct. 1885. 

Josp:ph Fii.lmork, born 22 Feb. 1889. 
RACHKiy, bom 17 July 1895. 
Cornelia, born 30 July 1897. 
Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 



IStT-S AI.UMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 315 

363. JULIETTE MARTHA TOLL (BLAKELY) 

Bom 27 May 1853 at Van Bnren, N. Y. Student from Baldwinsville, N. Y., 
A73-7. A*. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1880. 
Teacher at Denver, Col., 1878-83. Teacher at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 

Married 6 June 1895, William Pierce Blakely of Oneonta, N. Y. 
lesidence, 24 Elm St., Oneonta, N. Y. 

364. LUCIEN MARCUS UNDERWOOD 
1873-7. Ph.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 

360. NEWTON ALONZO WELLS 
1873-7. B.P. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

366. ♦THOMAS DAVIS WORDEN 

Bora 18 June 1853 at Trenton, N. Y. Student from Fort Plain, N. Y., 

073-7. A K E. Ph.B. M.D. (Albany Medical College) 1880. 

Pbjsician at Albany, N. Y., 1880-1. Four months engaged in study in 

kqitalt of London and Paris, 188 1-2. Private surgeon to Ex- Attorney 

GcMnl John Martindale. Resident physician in charge of Dr. Strong's 

ICBedial Institute, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1882-5. Located at Wilkes- 

ktre, Pa., 1885 — ^? Valedictorian of class at Albany Medical College. 

Has published several articles in Medical and Surgical Reporter^ Phila- 



Harried 25 Oct. 1883, Anne Scott Paine of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Child— A.JSCS'B, Lbk, bom 19 Sept. 1885. 
Died . i 

Class of 1878 

367. SETH B. ALLEN 

Bom 3 Jan. 1854 at Virgil, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N.Y., 1874-8. 
M.D. 

Physician at Burdett, N. Y., since 1878. Pension Examiner during Pres- 
ident Cleveland's first term. 

Married ( i) 18 Mar. 1875, Chariot Anna Dickson of Cortland, N. Y., who 
died 19 Dec 1881 ; (2) 12 Dec. 1883, Elizabeth Luella Hager of Bennetts- 
korg, N. Y. 

Children — OUN B., bora 6 Sept. 1877. 

Oaki^V Arnoi«d, born 27 Aug. 1887. 

Residence, Burdett, N. Y. 

368. HORACE D. BABCOCK 
1875-8. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 



31 6 AXUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY J 

369. MARY ELIZABETH BARBER 

Born 18 May 1853 at Camden, N. Y. Student from Syracuse,N.Y., 187' 
B.P. 

Teacher of Painting, Drawing and Natural Sciences, Troy Conf. Ac 
emy, Poultney, Vt., 1878-9. Since 1879 private teacher of Painting j 
Drawing, also portrait painter with studio at 27 Onondaga Co. Bank Bu 
ing, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

370. MARY ALICE BINGHAM (WILLOUGHBY) 

Born 1856 at Watertown, N.Y. Student from Rome, N.Y.,1871 

r * B. P.B. Completed also a portion of the course in Liberal Arts. 
Married 17 Jan. 1883, Edward A. Willoughby of Rome, N. Y. 
Children — Ernestine Bingham, born 1883. 

Francis Daniel, born 1887. 
Residence, Rome, N. Y. 

371. GARRISON LEE BROWN 

Born 30 June 1854 at Cicero Center, N. Y. Student from Cicero Cen 
1875-8. M.D. 

Physician at Baldwinsville, N. Y., 1878-81; Euclid, N. Y., since li 
Sec. Onondaga Med. Society, 1885-8 ; Vice-President, 1888-9 ; Preside 
1889-90. 
Married 16 Feb. 1882, Alice M. Whiting of Cicero Center, N. Y. 
Children — Ethel Evelyn, bom 8 Sept. 1883. 

Harold L., born 27 July 1887 ; died 24 Jan. 1888. 
Gladys Matilda, born 11 Feb. 1889. 
Donald Whiting, born 28 June, 1893. 
Residence, Euclid, N. Y. 

372. SHIRLEY EDGAR BROWN 

Born 21 Feb. 1854 at Rogersville, N. Y. Student from Elbridge, N. 
1872-3 and 1875-8. T K. ^ T. Ph.B. 
Lawyer at Hornells\'ille, N. Y. 

Married 11 June 1891, M. Evelyn Hakes of Homellsville, N.Y, 
Residence, Homellsville, N. Y. 

373. 'A. B. CHIDESTER. 

Student from Salina, N. Y., 1875-8. M.D. 
Died 1879 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

374. 'MORRIS H. CONNOR 

Student from Cincinnati, Ohio, 1875-8. M.D. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., 1878-82 ; Denver, Col., 1883-90. 

Died Dec. 1890 at Denver, Col. 



rtj* ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 3 17 

375- EUNICE ADELINE CURTIS (CURTIS) 

Bom 22 Dec. 1854 at Moravia, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1877-8. 
r«B. B.Mas. 

Married 2 July 1878, Prof. Frank h. Curtis (Faculty Record, College of 
File Arts, q. z\ for further record ) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Edward Day, bom 3 Nov. 1880. 

Kenneth Wheaton, born 11 Aug. 1884 ; died 8 Aug. 1885. 
Residence, 1408 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

376. MILTON ALMOND CURTISS 

Bern 18 Mar. 1855 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
l>5-«. M.D. 
Fbrsician at Kirkville, N. Y., since 1889. 
M«rricd 29 Dec. 1881, Julia A. Hardy of Syracuse, N. Y. 
CJtA/— Cari^ton Clarence, born i Nov. 1890. 
Residence. Kirkville, N. Y. 

377. NEWTON H. CURTIS 

Boni 21 Dec. 1851 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

1873-8. M.D. 
Interne at St. Francis Hospital, New York, N. Y., 1878-80. Physician 

^Minoa, N. Y., 1880-5 I Manlius, N. Y., since 1885. Health Officer to 
totn of Manlius, two years ; to the village of Manlius, six years. 

Has published several papers; *' Empiricism : " **Care of the Teeth," 
«tc.: "School Life and its effect upon the Eye." 

Ifarried 26 Aug. 1880, Jennie A. Dunham of Manlius, N. Y. 

Child— HKViUOW D., bom 27 June 1883. 

Residence, Manlius, N. Y. 

378. AMELIA E. DANN (DeMOTT) 

Bom 1846 at Pompey, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

^5-8. M.D. Graduate student at N. Y. Infirmary and Woman's College. 
Physician at Syracuse. N. Y., since 1879. 

Married 29 Sept. 1886, Andrew J. DeMott at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Cki/d — Edward H. Dann, bom 7 Feb. 1869. (See Non- graduates.) 

Residence, 11 17 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

379. ROBERT FRANK DALLAS 
1S75-8. B. P. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

380. HARRIET RANKIN DINGMAN (VONKLOSTER) 

Bora at Rome, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1875-8. B.P. 

Teacher of Art in Whitworth Female College, Brookhaven, Miss., 
1878-81 ; Female Seminary, Staunton. Va., 188 1-2. 
Has published verses ** Violets " and ** December." 
Married 25 Dec. 1882, Lieut. Julius Christian M. von Kloster of Varde, 



3l8 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Denmark, since of Holly Springs, Miss., later Asst. City Engi 
Memphis, Tenn.; who died 1890 at Rayville, La, 
Children — Karen Marie, bom 23 Nov. 1883. 
Kate Dingman. bom 30 Nov. 1885. 
H. Frijs, bom 4 Sept. 1888. 
Residence, 515 E. Willow St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

♦WILLIAM HERBERT DUNLAP 
1875-8. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine and No. J 

381. CHARLES HAYDEN EGGLESTON 

Born 16 Feb. 1858 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Pulton, 1874-8, t 
years. AT. A.B. 

Bookkeeper and confidential clerk for a Buffalo, N. Y., broker, 187J 
Reporter for the Syracuse (N. Y.) Morning Standard ^ 1883. City ediii 
the same, 1886-9. Syracuse correspondent for various New York, Chk 
San Francisco and other papers. Associate editor of the Anaconda, Mi 
Standard since 1889. Represented the Fifth Montana Senatorial Diitri 
State Senate, Jan. i, 1893 to Jan. i, 1897. Re-elected in 1896. 

Married 23 Dec. 1884, Jessie V. Coleman of Syracuse, N. Y. 

CA/7i/^CHARLES L., bom 22 Apr. 1890. 

Residence, Anaconda, Mont. 

382. *JENNIE STEVENS (ELDER) 

Born — June 1856 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Canastota, N. 
1876-8. M.D. PhysicianatCanastota, N.Y., 1878-81 and 1883-6 ;08kik 
la., 1881-3 ; Lysander, N. Y., 1886-8 ; Minneapolis, Minn.. 188B-9. 

Mairied 5 Sept. 1876, Lorenzo J. Elder of Syracuse, N. Y. 

C/iitdren— David, born — July 1877 ; died — Sept 1877. 
Dora, born 5 Oct. 1880 ; died 8 Oct. 1880. 

Died, 2 Feb. 1889, al Minneapolis, Minn. 

383. JAMES EDWIN ENSIGN 

Born 23 Oct. 1851 at PMeville, N. Y. Student from Erieville, 187 
AT. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Parish, N. Y., 1878-81 ; Scriba, V 
1881-4 ; Water\'ille, N. Y., 1884-5. Principal Ives Sem,, Antwerp, ¥ 
1886-8. Financial Sec. Y. M. C. A.. Omaha. Neb., 1888. Pastor at Oi 
1889-91 ; Cedar Falls, la., 1891-2; Waterloo, la., Grace church, 18 
Field Sec. Cornell College, la., 1894-5. In evangelistic work and edi 
^'Search Lii^ht,'' Geneva, N. Y., since 1895. 

Organized the Waterloo (la.) Chautauqua. 

Married 13 Dec. 1878, Martha Baldwin of Rose, N. Y. (See Non-gradi 




Pf. aCOTX OWRN. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ^ PflOFESaOHS 



x^TS alumni op syracusb UNivBRsrrv 319 

Children — Cbari^eS Bai,dwin, born 5 June 1881 ; died 13 May 1882. 

Fix>RENCK, born 19 Dec. 1883. 

CoRiNNE, born 9 June 1885. 

Jambs Edwin, born 5 May 1887 ; died 15 June 1887. 
Residence, ITtica, N. Y. 



384. THOMAS HENRY FAIRFAX 

Bom 4 Aug. 1855 at Geneva, N. Y. Student from Geneva in Hobart 
College 1874-5. In Syracuse University 1875-8. Z^'. A.B. 

Law student in office of Howland & Wheeler, Auburn, N. Y. Admitted 
to the bar at Vtica, N. Y., 7 Jan. 1881. Since i May 1881, lawyer at Sioux 
Falls, Dak.; also engaged in Real Estate business, etc., especially since i 

Xar. 1S95. 
Oerk of the Municipal Court (a Court of Record) of the City of Duluth, 

llinn. 
Harried 4 Oct. 1881, Eunice G. Walley of Auburn, N. Y. 
Residence, Duluth, Minn. 

385. * WILLIAM H. FORSYTH 
Student from Watertown, N. Y., 1875-8. M.D. Physician at Watertown 
S. Y., 1879. 
Died 1880 at House of the Good Shepherd, Syracuse, N. Y. 

386. KATE MARION FOSTER (SORNBERGER) 

Bom 13 Mar. 1852 at West Sandlake, N. Y. Student from Burnt Hills, 
X.Y., 1874-8. r*B. B.S. M.S. 1881. 

Preceptress High School, Schuylerville, N. Y., 1878-9. Teacher of Mod- 
em Languages and Rhetoric, State Normal School, Cortland, N. Y., 1880. 

Married 4 Feb. 1880, Samuel J. Sornberger (No. 403, q. x\ for further 
record) of Cortland. N. Y. 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

387. ELLA IRENE FRENCH 
1877-8. B.Mus. (See Faculty Record, College Fine Arts. ) 

388. ARTHUR HENRY GILES 

Bora 8 Nov. 1856 at Ovid, N.Y. Student from Port Byron, N. Y., 1874-8. 
AT. A-B. and Ph.D. 1882 (Latin and Greek). LL.B. 1892 and LL.M. 
1893 (Columbia University Law School, Washington, D. C. ) 

Teacher of Latin and Greek in Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female 
College, Montpelicr, Vt., 1878-81. Graduate student in Latin and Greek 
in Jolins Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., 1881-2.' Teacher of Greek 
and Lfatin in Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1882-4. Since July 1884, in U. S. 



320 AXUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVKRSITY 1878 

Civil Service at Washington, D. C; present position 2d Asst. Examiner, 
U. S. Patent Office, Divisions of Railways. 

Admitted to the bar of Supreme Court, Dist. Columbia, Oct. 1893. 

Married 2 Sept. 1882, May Gertrude Bissell (No. 339) of Coming, N. Y., 
who died 2 Mar. 1890. 

Child— l&Dit'R May, bom i Oct. 1883. 

Residence, 1734 F. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 



389. MARY VIRGINIA ADAMS (GLAUNER) 

Born 16 Dec. 1832 at New York, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.j 
1876-8. M. D. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married (i) 15 Nov. 1848, Leonard Saxer, M.D., who died 29 April 1876; 
(2) 29 Mar. 1878, Frederick Glauner, M.D., of Romulus, N. Y. 

Children — Arabei<la Merinda, born i6 Aug. 1850 ; died 24 Dec. 1896. 
Leonard Ai,exander, born 30 Oct. 1856. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

390. EDWARD LANSING HARRIS 

Born 8 Dec. 1852 at Delavan, Wis. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1874-S. 
A K E. A.B. and Ph.B. 

Principal Academy, Port Jervis, N. Y., 1878-80. Teacher of Greek and 
Mathematics, West High School, Cleveland, Ohio, 1880-2. Teacher of 
Higher Mathematics, Central High School, Cleveland, 1882-7. Prindpal 
West High vSchool, 1887-9 ; Central High School since 1889. 

Read paper before Nat. Educ. Assoc, at Denver, Col., published in official 
records, on *• Physical Geography ; its Possibilities and Difficulties." 

President Secondary Dept. Ohio State Teachers' Assoc, 1895-6. Piet. 
Secondary Dept. Nat. Teachers' Assoc., Buffalo, N.Y., 1896. Charter mem- 
ber and member of Exec. Com. of North Central Assoc, of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools, formed at Evanston, 111., 1895. 

Married 24 Dec. 1878, Eva E. Gould of Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Children— V-R^Si Goui,d, bom 28 Sept. 1879. 
Roy Gould, born 18 March 1883. 
Eva Lucile, born 16 May 1886; died 22 Jan. 1896. 

Residence, 34 Fifth Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

391. RHODERICK PEREGRINE HOLLETT 

Brother of No. 1065. 

Born 12 Sept. 1856 at Seneca Castle, N. Y. Student from Clifton Spriiifi» 
N.Y., 1874-8. TK. ^I'T. A.B. A.M. 1881. 

Law student, 1878-80 Admitted to South Carolina Bar, Columbia, S. C, 
16 Jan. 1880. Principal of Monrovia Seminary, Liberia, Africa, i88o-I. 
Since Sept. 1881 lawyer at Chicago, 111. 



1878 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 32 1 

Married 2 Aug. 1881, Nellie L. George (No. 423) of Chicago, 111. 
Children — Inez Louise, bom 27 Sept. 1882. 

George Lyon, born 22 July 1885. 

Eloisb. bom 6 Dec. 1886. 

RODERIC, born 29 Apr. 1894. 
Residence, Evanston, 111. 



392. GEORGE W. IZER 

Born 3 Apr. 1849 at Baltimore, Md. Student in Dickinson College, 
Cirlisle, Pa., 1863-5 ; non-resident student of Syracuse University, 1876-8. 
la A.M. 1879 (History). LL.B. ( Hamilton College). D.D. (Willa- 
mette University) 1883. 

detgyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Cortland N. Y., 1877-9; Portland, 
Oregon, 1881-4; San Francisco, Cal., Howard St. church, 1884-7; 
Sin Francisco, Simpson Memorial church, 18-^7-90; Pittsburgh, Pa., Christ 
ckurch, 1890-5 ; Allegheny, Pa., Calvary church, since 1895. 

Married 29 Mar. 1870, Emma T. Forsythe of Wilmington, Del. 

Ob/^— Irving McKendree, born 21 Jan. 1871. 

Residence, Allegheny, Pa. 



393. ARTHUR LEMOYNE KNIGHT 

Bora 22 Mar. 1S52 at Scott, N. Y. Student from Homer, N. Y., 
l»74-«. A.B. 

Bookkeeper, 1878-9. Principal High School, Shullsburg, Wis., 1879-80. 
law clerk with Duell and Benedict, Cortland, N. Y., 1880-2. Admitted to 
the bar at Ithaca, N. Y., 5 May 1882 ; as Counselor at Law at Saratoga, 
K. Y., Sept. 1882. Lawyer at Homer, N. Y., 1882-3; Canastota, N. Y.. 
inthG. A. Forbes, 1883-8; New York, 1888-96; 375 Fulton vSt., Brooklyn, 
N.Y., since 1S96. 

Married 15 Feb. 1882, Lulu E. Chapman of Oneida Lake, N. Y. 

Cftiitf— Hubert C, born i May 1893. 

Residence, 226 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



394. JOSE CUSTODIO ALVES De LIMA 

Bora 7 Sept. 1852 at Tiet^, Province of S. Paulo, Brazil. Student from 
Snacase, N. Y.. 1878. Z^, C.E. 

Assistant Engineer of the Director of Public Works in 1879 at S. Paulo, 

iianl. Engineer of the Magyana railroad, S. Paulo. Government 

Engineer of the Bananalense and S. Paulo railway. Government Engineer 

rfthe Sorocabann railroad, S. Paulo, 25 Nov. 1885—?. Planter in San Paulo» 

[ 1890-6. Braziltan Consul at Montreal, 1890-1. Commissioner of Emi- 

gntvtm at Lisbon, Portugal, since 1897. E<litor of A mora liraziiiera, a 

Braalian monthly magazine published at Syracuse, N. Y., 1875-8. Also 



322 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ] 

published a lecture on '* Brazil, its Social, Political and Commei 
Relations with the United States.** 
Married 1878, Ella Barber of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Frederico, born 17 Mar. 1879. (See Non-graduates.) 
Paulo, born 4 Feb. 188 1. 
Gay, born 22 May 1883. 
Antonio, born 9 Mar. 1888. 
Marie, born 31 Dec. 1S95. 
Residence, Tiet^, San Paulo, Brazil. 

395, FARRINGTON LEWIS MEAD 

Born II Nov. 1850 at Burnt Hills, N. Y. Student from Herkimer, N. 
1874-8. AKE. Ph.B. 

Assistant editor of Iliou (N. Y.) Citizen ^ 1879-81. Managing editor 1 
proprietor of I lion (N. Y.) Citizen^ 1881-3. Editor and proprietor 
Mechanicville (N. Y. ) Mercury since April 1883. Appointed Postmaata 
at Mechanicville, N. Y., by President Arthur, for four years commencJ 
Feb. 1885. Owner of business block containing stores and offices. I 
written much on Municipal Government and questions of Taxiti 
Delegate to Republican Congressional Convention, 20th District, ifl 
Delegate to Republican State Convention, 1884. 

Married 30 Jan. 1879, Lillian M. Clark of Weedsport, N. Y. 

Children — Lillian Mary, born 2 Apr. 1880. (See Non-graduates.) 
Farrington Clark, born 21 Apr. 1883 ; died i May 1884. 
Lewis Curtis, born 9 Sept. 1886. 
Florence Elizabeth, born 20 Nov. 1894. 

Residence, Mechanicville, N. Y. 

396. ALFRED CLIFFORD MERCER 
1875-8. M. D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

397. CURTIS ELLIOTT MOGG 

Born 5 Dec. 1853 at Euclid, N. Y. Student from Euclid, 1874-8. ' 
i'T. A.B. A.M. 1S81 (Philosophy). Ph.D. 1883 (Christian Evidencci 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Fair Haven, N. Y., 1878-^81; 
Ettenviile, N. Y., 1881-2 ; Liverpool, N. Y., 1882-3 '» Jordan, N. Y., 188 
Oneida, N. V., 1885—? Wilkes-Barre, Pa., since 1895. 

Married 23 July 1879, Jennie M. Andrews of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

398. PHILIP INGHAM MOULE 

Born 27 July 1851 at Riga, N. Y. Student from Spafford, N. Y., 18; 
AT. A.B. 

Law student with Martin A. Knapp, Syracuse, N: Y,, 1878-30. S 
1880 engaged in sheep and stock raising in Montana. Notary Pabli« 
Montana, 1885-6. 



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!darried 30 May 1881, at Fort Benton, Montana, Alice B. JefFres (No. 476) 
LaG range, Wyoming Co., N. Y. 
Cki/d — Oracia, bom ii Feb. 1893. 
Residence, Bcrcail, Montana. 

399. THEODORE MANLY NICHOLS 
Bom 2 Feb. 1882 at McConnellsville, N. Y. Student from McConnells- 
rilk, 1874-8. AT. A.B. 

Clergyman. Meth. Epis. Pastor at Mallory, N. Y., 1878; Northwood^ 
lowa^ 1S78--9 ; Montour, Iowa, 1879-80; Reinbeck, Iowa, 1880-1. Since 1881 
tigaged in life insurance business. 
Married 13 June 1877, Ida J. Brooks of Oneida, N. Y. 
Cktldren — FI/5RENCE Ida, bom 31 May 1880. 

Arthur, bom 9 Sept. 1883. 
Residence, unknown. § 

400. ♦JAMES D. OWEN 

Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1875-8. M.D. 
Died 3 Jan. 1884 at San Francisco, Cal. 

401. GEORGE WESLEY PECK 

Bora 7 Feb. 1849 at Kingston, Pa. Student from Marquette, Michigan, 
A74-8. A K E. Ph.B. A.B. and A.M. (Illinois Wesleyan University) 1879. 
IL.D. i Hedding College) 1882. 

President Hedding College, Abingdon, 111., 1878-82. Clergyman, Meth. 
Epis. Pastor at Buffalo, N. Y.. Riverside church, 1882-5 ; Medina, N. Y.> 
i^M; Dansville, N.Y.. 1886-91 ; Rochester, N.Y., 1891-6; BuflFalo, N.Y., 
■Ke 1896 : Pastor of the Lin wood Ave. Meth. Epis. church since 1898. 

His published ** The Realization and Benefit of Ideals," pamphlet. 1879, 
incuse. N. Y.; •• W^alk in the Light," pamphlet, Chicago, 111. 1882; 
"TlieLifeof Bishop Jesse T. Peck, D.D., LL.D.," New York, 1887 ; ''His- 
tofy Unraveled," pamphlet, 1888, being the annual oration before the Liv- 
*pton County Historical Society. Revised and Indexed the Centennial 
^nof Bishop Peck's **Great Republic" for Nelson & Phillips, New York,. 
*i^. Delivered the annual oration before the class of 1889, Garrett 
Kblicallnstitute. Evanston. 111. 

Delegate to tne Ecumenical Methodist Conference, City Road Chapel, 
wodon, England, 1881, also traveled extensively in Europe and the Orient,. 
•'P^cially in the Holy Land. Has lectured extensively. His " Exploits 
•J**gthc Turks and Arabs " has been delivered more than two hundred 
^in the United States and Canada, 
^^ed II June 1890, Ina Merle Carter of Adams, N. Y. 
Clj/rfr(r«— arune Carter, born 11 Sept. 1891. 

Evelyn Mary, born 28 May, 1893. 
'^ence. 29 E. Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



324 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNI\'ERSrrY 1 

402. *GEORGE EARL RYAN 

Born 5 Dec. 1850 at Virgil, N. Y. Student from Buda, 111., 1874-^ tl 
years. Ph.B. 

Principal of Public Schools, Northport, L. I., 1878-9. Superintenden 
Public Schools, La Grange, Ohio, 1879-97 ? 

Married 26 July 1885, Emma L. Myderse of La Grange, Ohio. 

Died 1897 in Ohio. 



403. SAMUEL JOHN SORNBERGER 

Bom 15 Aug. 1849 at Harpersville, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. 
1874-8, three years. A K E. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1881. Ph.M. 1S82 and Ph. 
1884 (Geology). M.D. (College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago,] 
1894. 

Teacher of English, Physics, Latin and History, State Normal Sdi 
Cortland, N. Y., 1878-81. Principal and Superintendent of Academy 1 
Graded Schools, Westfield, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., 1881-2. Again atO 
land, 1882-90. Physician at Cortland, N. Y. since 1894. 

Author of •* Normal Language Lessons,** 1884, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married 4 Feb. 1880, Kate M. Foster (No. 386) of Burnt Hills. N. Y. 

r^/V^— Frank Foster, born 27 Dec. 1880. 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

404. WESLEY WATSON 

Born 28 Dec. 1852 at Onondaga Valley, N. Y. Student from St 
Creek, N. V., 1874-8. A.B. A.M. 1S80. 

Principal of Union Graded School, Turin, N. Y., 1878-9. Teachc 
Michigan Center, Mich., 1879-80 ; in Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 188 
Canvassed in Cleveland, Ohio, 1881-2. Connected with Hartigan S:B 
well, Cleveland, Ohio, as collector at various places since 1882. 

Married 6 Aug. 18S2, Addie Bryant Thompson of Jackson, Mich. 

Residence, ."Vlbany, N. Y. ji 

405. GEORGE WALTER WEAVER 

Brother of No. 225 

Born 2 Nov. 1855 at Penfield, N. V. Student from Elniira, X. Y.. 18' 
AKE. A.B. A.M. j88i. 

Teacher in Troy, N. Y., 187S-S0. Editor and publisher of Hion Cit 
188 1 -8. Founder (and editor and publisher for four years) of Hfrk 
Citizen, founded in October, 1S84. Printed and published 26 SepL 
the first newspaper in the world by electricity, the type beings set cnt 
by machinery, \-iz., the Ilion Citizen of that date. Bight U. S. p«' 
received. Newspaper Publisher, 18S1-8. Law-Book publisher since 

Has published *' W^ashington and the North West,** Rochester, 1 



I ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 325 

cw Meitico, Its Minerals and Indians,*' Rochester, 1893 ; •' Gold Fields 

Jritish America," Buffalo, 1897. 

lamed 14 Apr. 1880, Esther L. Mead of Nassau, N. Y. 

y.ildren — JoE Erastus, born i May 1882. 

Oeorce Walter, Jr., born 2 Oct. 1884. 

Reuben Mead, 31 Oct. 1887. 

Marion Esther, 23 July 1889. 
Resitience, Rochester, N. Y. 

406. FRANK NASH WESCOTT 

Bora 8 Aug. 1858 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1875-8. 
ilE. B.P. Ph.B. 1879. 

In Berkley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn.. 1880-3. I** charge of 
9l John's Protestant Episcopal church, Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-4. Rector 
al&. James church, Skaneateles, N. Y., since 1884. 

Residence. Skaneateles, N. Y. 5; 

WILLIAM AUSTIN WOOD 
iS75-,S. C.E. (See No. 281.) 

407. FRANCIS ASBURY WOODWARD 

Bom 5 Sept. 1853 at Depeyster, N. Y. Student from Ogdensburg, N. Y., 
1^4-^. A.B. A.M. 1881. 

Gergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Ava, N. Y., 1878-80; Oriskany Falls, 
S.Y., 18S0-1 ; North Western, N. Y., 1881-3 ; Natural Bridge, N. Y., 1883-4. 
Tuofessorof .\ncient Languages in Hedding College, Abingdon, 111., 1884-5. 
Timied for a Chicago Publishing House, 1885-6, with residence at Wau- 
fesht. Wis. Teacher of Latin and Greek in Ives Seminary, Antwerp, 
5.Y., 1886-8. Principal of Union School, Canarsie, N. Y., 1888-9 ; Pub- 
Bt School, Maplewood, N. J., 1889-90. Supt of Schools at Ellen ville, 
S.Y., 1890-4. Special agent Aetna Life Insurance Co., since 1894. 
Married 2 Sept. 1875, Mary Josephine Walker of Depeyster, N. Y. 
Cfci/rfr^-if-WiNCHBLi, Clark, bom 10 Feb. 1878; died 22 May 1878. 
Otis Gibson, bom 9 June 1879 ; died 18 Sept. 1879. 
Randolph Foster, bom 14 Dec. 1880 ; died 24 Jan. 1881. 
CuNTON Walker, bom 20 Apr. 1887. 
Ilttidence. EUenville, N. Y. 

408. JOSEPH HENRY ZARTMAN 
Brother of No. 644 

^«ni90ct. 1849 at Schauyes or South Waterloo, town of Fayette, N. Y. 
*»teit from Waterloo, N. Y., 1873-4 and 1875-8. A T. A.B. A.M. 1S81. 
^. (Drew Theological Seminary) 1880. 

^^^ttRyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Stockbridge, N. Y., 1880; East 
^^"^vA Traxton, N. Y.. 1880-3 ; Sterling, N. Y., 1883-6 ; Lodi, N. Y., 
'®W;Owaaco. N. Y., 1886-9; McGrawville and Blodgetts Mills, N. Y., 



326 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 187 

1889-91; Jamesville [and DeWitt, N. Y., 1 891-5 ; Solvay, N. Y., 1895-J 
Groton, N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 6 Dec. 1881, Fannie Lois Dexter of Stockbridge, N. Y. 
Children — Arthur Leroy, born lo Nov. 1882 ; died 3 Sept. 1894. 
George Wii^uam, bom 9 May 1887. 
Florence Irene, born 16 Feb. 1889. 
Alice Ruth, bom 10 Oct. 1894. 
Residence. Groton, N. Y. 



Class of 1879 

WESLEY ASBURY ARNOLD 
1^75-9- B.Ar. (See No. 284.) 

409. CHARLES BEACH AT WELL 
Brother of No. 741 

Born II Apr. 1855 at Theresa. N. Y. Student from W^atertown, N. Y 
1875-9. A K E. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1882. 

Assistant Principal Academy, Lowville, N. Y., 1879-80. Instructor i 
Mathematics and Physics, Northwestern University, Preparatory Depar 
ment, Evanston, 111., 1880-2. Superintendent and Principal of Publi 
Schools, South Evanston, 111. , 1882-4. Instructor in Natural Science, Nortl 
western University, Preparatory Department, 1884-8. Instructor in Biology 
Northwestern University, 1888-91. Professor of Biology, same. 1891-i 
Professor of Botany, same, since 1894. 

Has published "Report on Natural History of DeviPs Lake, Wis.," i 
Report of Dept. of Natural History, N. W. University, 1887; seve« 
*' Botanical Notes" in Botanical Gazette, vols, xiv, xv and xvii ; **Gen« 
alogy of the Atwell Family, formerly of New London, Conn.," Evanstoii 
189^. 

Married 27 Dec. 1883, Mary J. Kellogg of Watertown, N. Y. 

Children — Henry K., born 22 Oct. 1884. 

Francis Charles, born 26 Mar. 1887. 
Ruth Sarah, born 24 Jan. 1889. 
William Joseph, bom 13 Oct. 1892. 

Residence, Evanston, 111. 

410. MALTBIE DAVENPORT BABCOCK 

Born 3 Aug. 1858 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Sjrracuse, 1875-c 
^r. A.B. D.D. (Syracuse) 1895. 

Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor of First church, Lockport, N. Y 
18S2-7; Brown Memorial church, Baltimore, Md., since 1887. 



1879 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 327 

Bftarried 4 Oct. 1882, Katherine Eliot Tallman of Poughkeepsie, N, Y. 
(Sister of >40. 448. ) 
Child r^N — EI>^VARI> ANDERSON, bom 21 Aug. 1883 ; died same date. 

John Tai^lman, born 11 Feb. 1890; died same date. 
Residence, Baltimore, Md. 

411. FERNANDO PAES De BARROS 

Bom 4 Au^. 1858 at San Paulo, Brazil. Student from It{i, San Paulo, 
Brazil, 1877-9. C.E. 
Proprietor of a Steam Sawing Mill. 
Married 10 Mar. 1880, Maria Rafaela de Paula Souza. 
ai/</— RAF.4iLA, born 8 July 1884. 
Besidetice, Cidade de San Paulo, Brazil. J 

412. FRANCISCO FERNANDO De BARROS, Jr. 
Bom 17 Mar. 1S56 at Capivary, Brazil. Student from San Paulo, Brazil, 
1&77-9. C.E. 

Cotton manufacturer at Salto d'ltii with 120 looms and 50CO spindles. 
Alderman for province of ltd, 1883-7. Superintendent of City Public 
Works. 
Married S Sept. 1879, D. Elbaria Alexandrina de Barros of Piracicaba. 
Children — Ai.ijsiA PaES, bom 9 Sept. 1880. 

Ai^exandre Luiz Paes, bom 2 Sept. 1881. 
Francisco Femaner Paes, bom 26 June 1882 ; died Apr. 1884. 
Fernando Luiz Paes, bom 30 Mar. 1883 ; died Mar. 1884. 
Ei.ARCii,HO Paes, born 6 Apr. 1886. 
Residence, Salto d'ltii, San Paulo, Brazil. § 



413. JOHN DEXTER BELKNAP 

Born 6 Nov. 1855 at Skaneateles, N. Y. Student from Syracnse, N. Y., 
1^5-9. Ph.B. A.B. 1880. Ph.M. 1882. A.M. 1883. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Student in Yale Theological Seminary, 1879-80. 
^Mtor at Garrattsville, N. Y., 1881-2; Worcester, N. Y., 1883. Super- 
wnneraiy, 1884. Pastor at Candor, N. Y., 1885-6. Supernumerary, 1886-7. 
^ttlor 1st Cong, church of Mt. Vernon, N. Y. , 1887-8. Evangelist since 1888. 

Married 28 Apr. 1880, Lulu M. Doane of Hamden, N. Y. 

D(^— Gertrude May, bom 4 Aug. 1882. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

414. WILLIAM CLARKE BENNETT 

^Ofn 29 Apr. 1858 at Lima, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1875-9. 
*^- A.B. A.M. 1882. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek at Academy, Norwich, N. Y., 1879-80. 
TraTcled through Eastern and Southern States, 1880-1. Law student with 



328 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Sedgwick, Ames & King, Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-3. Lawyer at St. 

Minn., 1883- ? at Duluth, Minn., . 

Married 21 Oct. 1891, May Morehouse of St. Paul, Minn. 



415. CHARLES A. BOYCE 

Bom 16 Dec. 1854 at Franklin, N. Y. Student from Franklin, 1876-9. ; 
Physician at McLean, N. Y., since 1880. 
Married 25 Aug. 1882, Isabella S. Worden of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, McLean, N. Y. 

416. ALBERT SYLVESTER CONGDON 

Brother of Nos. 259 and 502 

Born 4 Dec. 1857 at Rochester, N. Y. Student from Ovid, N. Y., 18 
^r. A.B. 

Bookkeeper for a Chicago Lumbering Company, Manistique, & 
1880- 1. Later with C. D. Haven & Son, Minneapolis. At present in 
Mining business. 

Married 5 Oct. 1893, Winnifred Newcomb McKinney of Traverse 
Mich. 

Residence, Los Angeles, Cal. 

417. JAMES WILLIAM ARMITAGE DODGE 

Brother of No. 295 

Born I Sept. 1853 at Verona, N. Y. Student from Verona, 1874-9, 
years. AT. A.B. A.M. 188 1 (Hebrew). B.D. (Drew Theological Semii 
1881. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Jersey City, N. J., Janes chi 
1881-3 ; Carmel, N. Y., 1883-6 ; Liberty, N. Y., 1886-9 ; Marlbtorough, ^ 
1889-91 ; N. Y. city, 30th St., 1891-4 ; Cold Spring, N. Y., 1894-6 ; P< 
kill, N. Y., St. Paul's church since 1896. 

Married 5 Mar. 1885, Lila C. Shurter of Carmel, N. Y. 

Children — Three sons, all of whom died in infancy. 

Residence, Peekskill, N. Y. 

418. JOHN Du MONT ECKERT 

Born 28 Aug. 1856 at Kingston, N. Y. Student from Kingston, 185 
A.B. A.M. 1882. 

LaA\yer at Kingston, N. Y. 
Residence, Kingston, N. Y. 

419. ANTONIO De SAMPAIO PIRES FERREIRA 

Born 19 Jan. 1854 at Maranhao, Brazil. Student from Rio de Jan< 
1877-9. C.E. 
Residence unknown. 



[979 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 329 

420. MARY AURELIA OSBORN (FOX) 

Bom 50 Apr. 1850 at Oneonta, N. Y. Student from Oneonta, 1877-9. 
B.M11S. 

Organist and teacher of Music. Organist First M. E. church, SjTacuse, 
X. Y. Now teacher of Piano and Organ at Oneonta, N.Y. 

Married 15 Oct. 1867, Reuben L. Fox of Oneonta, N. Y. 

Residence, 226 State St. , Albany, X. Y. 

421. EDMUND BREMEN GEARHART 

Bora 7 Sept. 1856 at McVeytown, Pa. Student from Catawissa, Pa., 1877-9. 
AT. A.B- A.M. 1882 (Philosophy). Ph.D. 1884 (Metaphysics). B.D. (Drew 
Tlieo. Sem.) 1887. 

Ctergjrman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Bridgeport, N.Y., 1879-80 ; Brewerton, 
H. Y., 1880-1 ; Venice Center, N. Y., 1881-2 ; Wellsburg, N. Y. 1882-3 ; 
Mooroeton, Pa.. 1883-6; Troy, Pa., 1886-8; Palmyra. N.Y. , 1888-91 ; Can- 
SBdaigua, N. Y., 1891-4 ; Manlius, N. Y., 1894-6; Cortland, N. Y., 1896-7. 
In insurance business at Syracuse, N« Y., since 1897. 
Married 7 Sept. 1882, Alice E. Dunham of Bridgeport, N. Y. 
Childrrn — Grace, born 29 Oct. 1886 ; died 9 Sept. 1887. 
David Dunham, bom 3 Aug. 1888. 
Edmund Bremen, Jr., bom 21 May 1892. 
Residence, S>Tacuse, N. Y. 

422. *1NEZ MARIA GEORGE (DUTRO) 

sister of No. 423 
Bora 20 Feb. 1851 at Bath, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-^. 
A*. Ph.B. 
Mtrried i Dec. 1881, John M. Dutro of St. Ivouis, Mo. 
QiW— Inez George, bom 28 Jan. 1873. 
Wed 17 Feb. 1883, at St. Louis, Mo. 

423. NELLIE LOUISE GEORGE (HOLLETT) 

Sister of No. 422 
1^ 2 Dec. 1858 at Rochester, N.Y. Student from Elmira.N.Y., 1875-9. 
*♦. A.B. A.M. 1882. 
Aisistant Principal in High School at Parkersburg, W. Va. , 1880-1. Alumni 

^**nied 2 Aug. 1881, Rhoderick P. Hollett (No. 391, q.v. for further rec- 
«*) of Chicago. 111. 
Residence. Evanston, 111. 

424. * DANIEL CADY GERE 

^ 19 Jan. 1858 at Geddes, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1875-^. 
**• B.S. M.S. 1882. 
^Jiected with Syracuse Iron Works, 1879-81. With Onondaga Iron Co., 
"-3. With Gere & Co., coal dealers, 1883-6. 
^ 16 March 1886, at Syracuse, N. Y. 



330 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

425. *HARRY GIFFORD, Jr. 

Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-79. M.D. Physician at S>t 
1879-83. 
Died 1883 at Syracuse, N. Y., of heart disease. 

426. ALBERT LLEWELLYN HALL 

Born 14 Dec. 1850 at Hastings, N. Y. Student from Central S 
N.Y., 1877-9. M.D. 

Student, Med. Dept. Univ. of Mich., 1876-7. Physician at Fair I 
N. Y., since 1879. Coroner Cayuga Co., nine years. U. S. Pension Es 
ing Surgeon, five years. Surgeon to L. V. R. R., 1890-7. Sanitary Ins 
U. S. Marine Hospital service. State Sanitary Inspector, post at Fair I 
Health officer, for ten years. President Cayuga Co. Med. Society. M 
Assoc. American Railway Surgeons ; of N. Y. State Assoc, of Railwa 
geons ; of Lehigh Valley Assch:. of Railway Surgeons. 

Has published, ** Hemianaesthesi^ ;" "Simulation of Diseased St 
etc., •* Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis;" '•Corneal Ulcer;" • 
matic ^ tur oses,^ ' A/ed. AWord ; ** Treatment of Hay Fever, "and " Fr 
of Greater Tuberosity of Humerus," Buffalo Med. and Suty^. Jour. , e 

Married 29 Dec. 1875, Almeda L. Hall of West Monroe, N. Y. 

C/iiidren—BLAifCHZ Aixen, born 2 Mar. 1877. 

RAI.PH Li,EWEl,i.YN, born 11 Aug. 1878. 

Residence, Fair Haven, N. Y. 

429. EVA LENA HARRISON 

Born 12 Nov. 1854 at Georgetown, N. V. Student from George 
1874-9. A *. B.P., having completed in addition three years in Coll 
Liberal Arts. 

Teacher of Drawing, Painting and English at Providence Confc 
Academy, East Greenwich, R. I., 1879-80. Preceptress and teacl 
Painting, Dra-w-ing, French and German at same place, 1880-2. Stud 
Art at Boston, Mass., 1882-4. Teacher of Drawing also at Wei 
College, 1882-3. Preceptress and teacher of Drawing and Painti 
Vermont Methodist Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 1884-7. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

428. *ELIZABETH FRANCE HAYWOOD (HAVEN) 

Bom 5 Sept. 1856 in New Hampshire. Student from Fredonia, ] 
1875-9. r*B. B.P. 
Married 20 Aug. 1879, Alfred C. Haven (No. 347) of Syracuse, N. Y, 
Died, I Jan. 1880 at Arkansas City, Kas. 

KATE ELIZABETH HOGOBOOM (GILBERT) 
1875-9. B.Mus. (SeeNo. 265. ) 



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1^79 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 33 1 

429. FRANK HOPKINS 

Born 12 June 1856 in the town of Onondaga, N. Y. Student from Onon- 
da{i;a, 1S75— 79, three years. Ph. B. Ph.M. 1882. 

Admitted to the bar, Syracuse, Jan., 1880. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., 
fince 1S80. 

Married ( i) iS Aug. 1885, Mary A. Lally of Syracuse, N. Y.; (2) 29 June 
1898, Margaret J. Butler of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, 519 E. Wiilow St., Syracuse, N. Y. § 

430. HORACE HUMBOLDT HOWE 

Bora 16 Apr. 1S53 at New Albion, N. Y. Student from Fredonia, N. Y., 
*75-9» two years. Ph.B. A.M. (Leland Stanford Jr. University) 1896. 

Sdident, 1879-S0. Engaged in Stock raising in Montana, 1 880-1. 

Ttiicipal Graded and High School, Bozeman, Montana, 1881-2 ; Public 

School, Forestvdlle, Cal., 1882-4. Teacher of Mathematics in Military 

Academy at San Mateo, Cal., 1884-5. Principal of East Hall, Preparatory 

and Easiness Department, University of the Pacific, San Jose, Cal., 1885-8; 

Ccfttral School, Auburn, N. Y., 1888-9. Business Manager San Mateo 

VilitarT Academy, 1889-95. Graduate Student at Leland Stanford, Jr. 

tiriv., 1895-6. Head of Dept. of Math., State Normal School, San Jose, 

CaL, 1S96-S. Director of the Jacob Tome Institute, Port Deposit, Md., 

ttice 189S. 

Has published '* Evolution of the City School System in the U. S. and its 
present Tendencies,'* Stanford Univ., 1896. 
Married 23 Nov. 1876, Emily T. Hodgkins of Carthage, N. Y. 
OiTrf— Eugene Cijirence, bom 14 June 1883. 
Residence, Port Deposit, Md. 

431. JAMES CHESTER KNAPP 

Born 25 Nov. 1853 *^ Drennon Springs, Ky. Student from Lima, N. Y., 
^•15-9. A.B. M.D. (New York Homeopathic Medical College) 1884. 

rtywcian at Geneva, N. Y. 

lUrricd 22 June 1887, Alice S. Reynolds of Geneva, N. Y. 
- Cli2cf— AucE Louise, born 25 Mar. 1890. 

^•ndence. Geneva, N. Y. 

432. JOSHUA BATES LARNED 

Boni 12 Dec. 1850 at Dudley, Mass. Student from Stafford, Conn., 1876-9 
•A B.C.E. 1882. 

WndpalHigh School, South Coventry, Conn., 1879-81. Assistant Sur- 
*9*Md Civil Engineer at Willimantic, Conn., 1881-2. Draftsman with 
••Jt Bridge Co., Cleveland, Ohio., since 1882 ; Chief Draftsman for last 

^^"^(1)21 Jan. 1884, Annie P. Andrews of Mansfield, Conn. ; (2)5 Sept. 
*W» Aant Kranse of Cleveland, O. 
^**W-.Wikif»ed Hannah, born 15 July 1896. 
^eacc, Cleveland, Ohio. 



332 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNTVBRSITY 

433. GEORGE HENRY LIDDELL 
1874-9. B.P. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 



434. WILLIAM DIXON MARSH 

Bom 2 Aug. 1854 at Potsdam, N. Y. Student from Potsdam, 18 
AKE. A.B, A.M. 1882. B.D. (Boston University) 1883. 

Clergyman, Metli. Epis. Professor of Mathematics, State Normal Sd 
Potsdam, N. Y., 1879-81. Pastor at Parishville, N. Y., 1S83-4 : Non 
N. Y., 1885- ? Watertown, N. Y. ; Utica, N. Y., since 1898. Memb( 
General Conference, 1896. 

Married 5 Sept. 1883, Lilian Church of Morristown, N. Y. 

C/tJ/(i—QhARA Church, born 11 Sept. 1893. 

Residence, Utica, N. Y. 



435. EUGENE G. MATvSON 

Born 26 Dec. 1858 at Corsica, Pa. Student from Brookville, Pa., 18 
AT. Ph.B. M.D. (University of Pa. ) 1883. 

Medical student in Philadelphia, Pa., 1880-3, ^^^ ^ Germany, 18 
Physician at Pittsburgh, Pa., since 1886. Professor of Pathology in We 
University of Penn., since 1888. Bacteriologist, Bureau of Health, 1 
burgh, Pa., since 1896. 

Residence, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

436. OCTAVIANO ABDON PEREIRA MENDBS 

Born 30 July 1856 at Itu, San Paulo, Brazil. Student from that 
1877-9. B.Ar. 

Engaged in construction of cotton mill and now manager of sai 
partnership with No. 412. 

Residence, Itu, San Paulo, Brazil, g 

437. ROBERT JOHNSON MIX 

Born 8 July 1857 at Terryville, Conn. Student from Syracuse, > 
1875-9. ^'^- I*h.B. 

Law student for three months wnth Iliscock, Gilford and Doheny, 
cuse, N. Y. In R. R. office, vSt. Paul, Minn., 1880-1. Connected 
Sweet's Manufacturing Co., Syracuse, N. Y., 1882-3. Hardware deal 
Sherburne, N. Y., 1883-8. Life Insurance Business in New York dtj 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1888-93. Manager of a Dept. of the N. Y. Life Insoi 
Co., since 1893. 

Married 25 Oct. 1.S82, Harriet Rumrill Elsbre of Sherburne, N. Y. 

C/ii/(/ — Rkkkcca Ei^sbre, born 21 Nov. 1891. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. 



AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 333 

438. JULIAN HENRY MYERS 

. 13 Feb. 1856 at Potsdam, N. Y. Student from Potsdam, 1874-5, 

A K E. A.B. A.M. 1882. A.M. 1893 and Ph.D. 1895. (Chr. Evid.^ 

lected -with S/, Lawrence Herald^ Potsdam, N. Y., 1879. Teacher in 

School at Redwood, N. Y., 1879-S0; Academy, Lowville, N. Y., 

School Commissioner for 2d District of Lewis Co., 1881-4. Law 

II with Judge H. E. Turner of Lowville, N. Y., and admitted to the 

: Rochester, N. Y., 6 Oct. 1882. Teacher at Union, N. Y , 1885. 

ictor in State Teachers' Institutes at Chapel Hill, N. C, June-July 

and at \Vinston, N. C, June-July 1886. Principal Union School, 

ion, N.Y., 1885-6. Connected with Waien^ille CS. Y. ) Reflex, 1885. 

int in Boston Theol. Sem., 1886-7. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor 

.ngor, N. Y.. 1 887-9 ; Madrid, N. Y., 1889-91 ; Clinton, N. Y., 1891-6; 

ico. N. Y., since 1896. 

is published various poems ; also *• Philosophy of Faith," Syracuse, 1896. 
arrieti 15 June 1888, Mary S. Bingham of Herkimer, N. Y. 
hildren — Frank B., born 15 Apr. 1889. 

W1LI.IAM M.. bom 22 Nov. 1892. 
tcsidence, Mexico, N. Y. 

439. PEDRO AMERICANO DO BRAZIL PAULISTA 

Bom at Sorocala, San Paulo, Brazil, 29 June 1856. Student from Canipi- 
as, San Paulo, Brazil, 1877-^. Z i'. C.E. 

Civil Engineer, 1880-2 ; afterward owner of a large coffee plantation at 
'v&ssuningo, Brazil. 

Married 2 May 18S5. Carolina Engler in Campinas, San Paulo, Brazil. 

Itesidence, Campinas, San Paulo, Brazil. ^ 

440. AMELIE VERONIQUE CHILD PETIT 

^<)ni 7 Dec. 1836 at Gorham, N. Y. Student from Gorham in Genesee 
College five terms between 1854 and 1858 in the classical course. Corn- 
Parted course of study as non-resident. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1882. 

Teacher in Ft. Wayne, Ind., three years; Female College, St. Charles, 
*>., and Jefferson City, Mo., four years. Returned to New York in 1872 
ttdtUended School of Art at Cooper Institute, New York, and the Boston 
^ersity School of Oratory. Resided at Gorham, N. Y., 1872-83. 
*««cher of music and oil painting at Ithaca, N. Y., 1883-6. .Asssisted in 
•K^ninng the Woman's State Temperance Union. National Missionary, 
i ^-CtU., 1896. 

^ published two books, one ** Hints in Choosing the Best Books," 
**K«&Co.,Ncw York, and the other a novelette, ** Plural Marriage," 
^•^1 1885. Has also contributed largely to the Phrenoloe^ual Journal 
*«i other publications. 

^idence. Lake wood, N. J. 



334 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1879 ■ 

441. FRANKLIN PIERCE 

Born 22 Mar. 1854 at Marathon, N. Y. Student in Amherst College* 
1874-6. AKE. In Syracuse University from Cortland, N.Y., 1878-9. A.B. 
A.M. 1882. 

Lawyer at Homer, N. Y., and New York city (31 and 33 Nassau St.) since 

1879. 
Married 1893, Anna M. Shepard of Gallipolis, Ohio. 
Residence, 104 West 77th St., New York, N.Y. 

442. CHARLES WATSON ROWLEY 

Bom I Sept. 1854 at Seward, N. Y. Student from Seward, 1875-9. ^T- 
A.B. A.M. 1882. A.M. 1885 (Ethical Philosophy). Ph.D. 1885 (Chr. 
Evid.) 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Fultonville, N. Y., 1879-80; Bast 
Greenbush, N. Y., 1880-3 ; Canajoharie, N. Y., 1883-6 ; Hoosick Falls, 
N. Y., 1886-8; Gloversville, N. Y., ist church, 1888-91 ; Nashua, N. H„. 
1891-5 ; Manchester, N. H., St. Paul's church, since 1895. Superintendent 
of the Heddiug Chautauqua. 

Married 3 Apr. 1879, Emma Sexton of Seward, N. Y. 

Children — Homer Sexton, born 8 Feb. 1880. 
Ei«MA Grace, born 18 July 1883. 
Alfred Wiluam, born 13 Oct. 1886. 

Residence, Manchester, N. H. 

443. GEORGE W. SARGENT 

Bom 18 May 1853 at Wallingford, Vt. Student from Montpelier, Vt., 
1876-9. M.D. 

Physician at Skaneateles, N. Y., 1879-84; Seneca Castle, N. Y., since 
1884. 
Married 5 July 1877, Jennie A. Lord of Montpelier, Vt. 
Children — Mary B., born 8 July 1879. 
Henry D., bom 6 July 1881. 
Ruth M., bom 13 May 1895. 
Residence, Seneca Castle, N. Y. 

444. HARRIET SOPHIA SEAGER (GIFFORD) ; 

sister of No. 485 
Born 8 Nov. 1852 at Phelps, N. Y. Student from Phelps, 1875-9. A ♦. ' • 

ph.B. : 

Teacher in Macedon Academy, Macedon Center, N. Y., 1879-80; Semi* a 
nar>\ Pulaski, N. Y., 1881-2 ; Pulaski, Tenn., 1882-3; Foster School, Clif- j 
ton Springs, N. Y., 1H84-5. 

Married i Mar. 1893, John C. Gifford of Phelps, N. Y. 

Residence, Phelps, N. Y. 



l879 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 335 

445. BYRON NYE SHOECRAFT 

Brother of No. 634 

Bom 8 June 1857 at Oneida, N. Y. Student from Oneida, 1875-9. 4^ T. 
A.B. 

Secretar>' and Treasurer of Nevada City Gold Quartz Mining Co., 1879-87* 
Comity Treasurer, 1887-91. Superintendent of Mines since 1891. 
Married 25 Apr. 1S83, Belle D. Dorsey, of Grass Valley, Cal. 
Children — Marguerite, born lo June 1885. 
IwUCiLE, bom 16 Oct. 1887. 
Hloise, born 13 Apr. 1890. 
Residence, Nevada City, Cal. 

446. PEDRO Dk MELLO SOUZA, Jr. 
Bom 22 Mar. 1841 at San Paulo, Brazil. Student from San Paulo, 1877-9. 

C.E. 
Residence. San Paulo, Brazil. ^ 

447. JAY NATHANIEL TAFT 

B»jm 23 Au>^. 1850 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Fulton, four years 
<two of which were spent in Queen's College, Kingston, Ont.), 1874-9. 
Ph.B. Ph.M. 1882. Ph.D. (Univ. of N. Y.). 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Madrid, N. Y., 1879; Alexandria Bay, 
N. Y.. 1S80-1 ; Syracuse. N. Y., Furman St., 1881-3 : Camillus, N. Y., 
1SS3-4. Was granted a certificate of location by the Central New York 
Conference, Oct 1884, and assumed the pastorate of the Chestnut Street 
Congregational church, Lynn, Mass., Dec. 1884. Became pastor of the 
East Cong, church of Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1888. Supplied ist Cong, church 
of Greenville, Mich., 1891-4. Graduate student, Univ. of N. Y. Now 
pastor of Orient Cong, church of Long Island. 

Married 30 Nov. 1882, Ettie G. Read of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Residence, 147 St. James PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

448. JOHN FRANCIS TALLMAN 

Bom 23 July 1854 at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Student from Poughkeepsie, 
1S75-9. *^T. A.B. A.M. 1882. 

Admitted to the bar of the Superior Court of New York at Brooklyn, 15 
Dec. 1881- Lawyer at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1881-90 and 1892-4. Traveled, 
1890-2. General Agent of the Brooklyn Branch of the N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 
nnce 1894- 

Married 16 Apr. 1896, Mai C. Lathrop of Torrington, Conn. 

Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

449. ANTONIO De QUEIROZ-TELLES 
Bom 21 Sept. 1852 in Jundiahy, San Paulo, Brazil. vStudent from that 
place, 1877-9- C.E. 



336 ALUMNI OF SVRACUSB UNIVERSITY 

Coffee Planter and proprietor of cotton factory, Campinas, San P. 
Brazil. 
Residence, Campinas, San Paulo, Brazil. J 

450. EDUARDO Dk ANDRADE VILLARES 

Brother of No. 88a (?) 

Born 13 Aug. 1853 at Porto, Portugal. Student from Campinas, San P 
Brazil, 1876-9. Z 4^. C.E. 

Assistant Civil Engineer on Mogyana R. R., 1880-2. Superintendc 
Ytuana R. R., 1882-3. On Mogyana R. R. since Apr. 1883. 

Married 4 May 1886, Maria Bosalina Dumont in Campinas. 

Residence, Franca, San Paulo, Brazil. § 

451. *OTTO HENRY WENZLAWSKI 

Born 19 Apr. 1855 at New York city. Student from Syracuse, N 
1877-9. B.Mus. 

Engaged in Real Estate and Insurance in Syracuse, N. Y. Ill mu* 
the time after graduation. 

Died . 

FRANK NASH WESTCOTT 
1^75-9- Pli.B. (See No. 406.) 

452. FRANK INGRAM WILLSEA 

Born 9 Nov. 1852 at Albion, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y., 18 
A.B. A.M. 1882. 

Law student at Syracuse, N. Y., one year and at Lima one and one 
years. Admitted to the bar, 1881. Lawyer at Denver, Col., since i88j 

Married 15 Sept. 1882, Nellie I. Smith of Geneva, N. Y. 

Children — Mary AMEUA,.born i Aug. 1883. 

Charles P'i^etcher, born 16 Oct. 1888. 

Residence, Denver, Col. 

453. *JAMES WILLIAM WILSON 
1875-9. -^'B. (See Faculty Record, College of Law.) 

454. *JULI A FRANCES LYON ( YALE ) 

Born 8 Aug. 1839 at Elmira, N. Y. Student from Syracuse^ > 
1878-9. B.P. 

Preceptress, 1879-80, in Ladies' Seminary, Pottstown, Pa. Saile 
Europe Nov. 1880, for the purpose of studying art and modem lang 
Studied in Dresden and Berlin, copying many of the finest paintings i 
galleries there, receiving therefor high commendation and special f 
from the authorities. In 1882 she painted in the Lonvre and was te 
in a ladies* school, Paris. Ten of her paintings were brought to Am« 



18^9^ AI.UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 537 

Married 15 Jan. 1865, Rev. A. Sumner Yale of Well8\'ille, N. Y., who 
died in S>-raciise, N. Y., 3 Feb. 1877. 
CAi/t/r<r«— Carrie O., born 4 Nov. 1869; died i Oct. 1870 at Mineral 
Point, Wis. 
Freddie Clay, born lo Mar. 1873; ^^^^ 7 Sept. 1873 at 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Died 25 Dec. 1882 in Paris, France. 



AUGUSTUS ADELBERT YOUNG 
187^. M.D. ( See No. 336. ) 



Class of 1880 
455. wilbur watson alden 

Born 15 May 1852 at Massena Springs, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 
iS;6-fio. B.S. M. S. 1883 (Physical Science). 

In Census Office, Interior Department, Washington, 1880-2. Teacher of 
Nitural Science and Mathematics, High School, Honesdale, Pa., 1883-5 ; of 
•Natural Science, High School, Paterson, N.J., 1886-8. Engaged in editorial 
work on the Syracuse' Standard 1889-99. 

Residence, Syracuse, N Y. 



456. ALEXANDER DUNCAN ALLEN 

Bom 12 May 1S56 at Gorham, N.Y. Student from Gorham, 1877-80. M. D. 
Physician at Gorham, N. Y., since 1880. Super\*isor town of Gorham, 

Married 14 Feb. 1883, Anna T. Suydam of Geneva, N. Y. 
Children— ]jiyLies S., bom 28 Jan. 1884. 

Elizabeth H., born 18 Dec. 1886. 

William A., bom 31 Aug. 1887. 

Lloyd H., bom 7 Oct. 1891. 
Residence, Gorham, N. Y. 



457. * BESSIE JULIA ALLEN (RAPELJE) 
Bom 28 Sept. i859at Rassclas, Pa. Student from Syracuse, N.Y. , 1878-80. 

Teacher of Language and Painting in So. Jersey Institute, Bridgeton,N,J., 
itto-a. 
*<*rried 24 June 1885, John Rapelje of Denver, Col. 

CAi7</- John Allrn, born i April 1889. 
I>ied 27 Oct. 1896 at Alderson, W. Va. 



338 AI,UMMI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY l88l> , 

458. ERASMUS DARWIN ANGELL, jR. 

Born 30 Dec. 1855 in the town of Lapeer, N. Y. Student from Bast VirgO, 
N. Y., 1876-80. Ph.B. 

Teacher in Soldier's Orphan School, Mansfield, Pa., 1880-1. Since Aug. 
1881, engaged in Loan Agency and Real Estate business at Fargo, N. Dak. 

Married 28 Aug. 1889, Jennie C. Burns (No. 463) of Phelps, N. Y. 

Child — Bom 11 Sept. 1891, died same date. 

Residence, Fargo, N. Dak.. 

459. FREDERICK SOCRATES AYERS 
Brother of No. 1724 

Born 7 July 1857 at Elmira, N.Y. Student from Elmira, 1876-80. A K S. 
A.B. 

Law student with Goodelle & Nottingham at Syracuse, N. Y. Admitted 
to the bar in 1883. 

Law>'er at Syracuse, X. Y., 1883-90. 

In jewelry business at Elmira, N. Y., since 1890. 

Residence, Elmira, N. Y. 

JOHN DEXTER BELKNAP 

1876-80. A. B. (See No. 413.) 

* 

460. CHARLES E. BENNEIT 

Born 15 July 1855 at Truxton, N.Y. Student from Cortland, N.Y., i877-8a ' 
M.D. 

Physician at Cortland, N. Y., since 1880. 

Has published various papers on medical topics— one on ** Poisoning by 
Cyanide of Potassium," published in the N. Y. Medical Record, 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

461. JOSHUA EDWARD BIGELOW 

Born 12 Feb. 1858 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i876-8a 
Z ^. B.C.E. 
Orange Grower, Palatka, Fla. 
Residence, Palatka, Fla. 5i 

462. * EDGAR MORSE BUELL 
1876-80. B.Ar. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

463. JEXXIE CYNTHIA BURNS (ANGELL) ^ 

Born 25 Sept. 1859 at North Cohocton, N.Y. Student from Phelps, N.Y., j 

1876-80. A 4>. B.S. i 

Teacher at Pulaski, N. Y., 1880-1 ; Weedsport, N. Y., 1881^2; Phelpt^ ] 

N.Y., 1882-83 ; Weedsport, N.Y., 1883-5 ; Phelps. N.Y.. 1885-9. \ 



S8o AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 339 

Married a8 Au^. 1889, E. D. Angell(No. 458, q, v. for further record) of 
argo, X.Dak. 

tj Fargo, N. t)ak. 



464. GAYLORD PARSONS CLARK 
1S77-S0. M.r>. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

465. FRANCES AVERY COBB (STEPHENSON) 
Bom I May i860 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1877-80. 

r«B. B.p. 

Engaged in Amateur Art work at Syracuse, N. Y., 1880-3. 
Married 18 Oct. 1883, F. H. Stephenson, M. D., of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children — Marguerite, bom 27 April 1885. 
Harold Cobb, born 19 May 1889. 

Residence, 70S James St., Syracuse, N, Y, 

466. ELLA DELL COREY (QUICK) 

Bom 5 Oct. 1859 at DeWitt, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1877-80. 
B.Mus. 

Solo soprano in choirs of ist Meth. Epis. church, Syracuse, N. Y., in ist 
Baptist and Trinity Episcopal churches, Watertown, N.Y., 1880-2 ; teacher 
of vocal and instrumental Music while in Watertown. In choir of Central 
Baptist ctiurch, Syracuse, 1882-6 and in 1890 ; in choir of May Memorial 
church, Sjrracuse, 1886-90. Teacher of vocal Music and Piano in Syracuse, 
18S2-90. In choir of ist Baptist church, Sioux City, Iowa, 1890-1. 
Married 9 Apr. 1890, J. Herbert Quick of Mason City, Iowa. 
Children — Edward Connell, bom 5 Jan. 1892. 

Margaret, bom 13 Feb. 1896. 
Residence, Morningside, Sioux City, Iowa. 

467. JESSIE ZELETTE DECKER 

Bom 10 July 1 861 at Fayetteville, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.> 
1^78-80. r ♦ B. B.Mus. 
Teacher of Music in Syracuse, N. Y., since graduation. 
Held position as organist in Grace and Trinity churches, Syracuse, N.Y. 
, Student of Music in Boston, Mass., with Wm. H. Sherwood, 1882. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

468. GIDEON FRANK DRAPER 
Son of No. 1S46 

Bom 20 July 1858 at Lakeville, Conn. Student from Coxsackie, N. Y., 
1876-80. AKE. A.B. 

Clergy-man, Meth. Epis. Teacher in the Methodist Mission Seminary, 
Yokohama, Japan, 1 880-1. Returned to America because of poor health. 
PlMtor at Bridgeport, N. Y., 1882-3. Principal, High School, Bloomington, 
VlL, 1S83-84. Pastor on Marion Circuit, Iowa, 1884-5 ; at Dewitt, Iowa, 



340 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNTVKRSITY 1880 

1885-6. Returned to Japan as a missionary, May 1886. Presiding Elder, 
Aomori District, 1887-8; Yokohoma Dist., 1888-93; Shinshin Dist., 1893. 
In U. S. in missionary work, 1893-5. Presiding Elder, Hakodate Dist. 
since 1895. 

Has published " Impressions of Hawaii," in The Treasury^ Oct. 1895. 
Married 28 Jan. 1880, Mira Enid Haven (Sister of Nos. 347, 348 and 516) of 
Syracuse, N. Y. (See Non-graduates.) 
Children — Charlotte E., bom 12 Jan. 1881. 

Gideon Clarence, born 8 Sept. 1886 ; died 19 Nov. 1886. 
Winifred Frances, born 12 Apr. 1889. 
Gideon Haven, born 22 June 1890. 
Marion Romkr, born 15 Dec. 189 1. 
Residence, Hakodate, Japan. 



469. MARY ELIZABETH GATES 

Bom 4 Feb. 1849 *^ Lockport, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1878-80. B.Mus. 

Director of Music in Napa (Cal. ) Collegiate Institute, now Napa Coll^^ 
1 88 1 -6. Teacher of Piano and Organ at Puget Sound University, Taconia, 
Wash., for two years. At present (1898) teaching private classes, and. 
organist of ist Meth. Epis. church of Tacoma. ( Mrs. Gates was a widow 
when she entered college. ) 

Residence, Tacoma, Wash. 

470. THERON REMSEN GREEN 

Born 24 Apr. 1845 *t South Sodus, N. Y. Student from South Sodui, 
1865-7. Mystic. Completed studies as nou resident. A.B. A.M. 1883. 

Principal Union School, Gowanda, N.Y., 1867-9. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. 
Pastor at East Palmyra, N. Y., 1869-72; Auburn, N. Y., Wall St., 1872-5; 
New Bedford, Mass., Pleasant St., 1875-8; Marcellus, N. Y., 1878-9; 
Cazenovia, X. Y.. 1879-82 ; Clifton Springs, N. Y., 1882-5. Presiding Elder; 
Cazenovia District, 1885-6. Pastor at Syracuse, N. Y., Centenary Ch., 1886-9; 
Canaudaigua, N. Y., 1889-91. Presiding Elder, Syracuse Dist., 1891-7. 
Pastor at Cazenovia, N. Y., since 1897. President of Syracuse Meth. 
Preachers' meetings, 189 1-7. President of Syracuse Deaconess' Home Assoc. 
since 1892. President Syracuse University Alumni Assoc., 1893-4. 

Married 30 June 1868, Ordensa E. DeLano of Lima, N. Y. 

Child — Emma May, born 25 June 1877 ; died i Apr. 1879. 

Residence, Cazenovia, N. Y. 



471. HIRAM SAMUEL GUTSELL 
1874-80, four years. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 



l88o AI.UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 34I 

472. CHARLOTTE NEIL HARDEE 

Bom 20 Sept 1857 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1877-80. A*. B.Mas. 

Teacher of Music in Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1880-94; Normal 
School. Westchester, N. Y., 1894-7. 

Residence, Kirkville, N. Y. 

ALFRED COLES HAVEN 
1S77-80. M.D. (See No. 347.) 

473. ELOISE HOLDEN (NOTTINGHAM) 
sister of Nos. 349, 474 and 576 
Bom 31 May 185S at Charlotte, Monroe Co., N. Y. Student from Syra- 
cnse,N. Y., 1876-80. A*. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1883. 
Married 26 Oct. 1881, William Nottingham (No. 315) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

474. WILLIS AUGUSTINE HOLDEN 
Brother of Nos. 549, 47,^, 576 

Bom 7 Nov. 1855 at Charlotte, Monroe Co., N. Y. Student from Syra- 
cnsc, N. Y., 1875-8 and 1879-80. ^ T, B.S. 

Dealer in coal, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1880. On a sheep ranch in Apache 
Cinon, New Mexico, 1880-1. In coal business at Brooklyn, 1881. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer of Syracuse Iron and Tube Co., 1881-3. Since March 
18S3 a member of Holden & Sons, dealers in coal, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married 20 Sept 1881, Idelle Louise Fylerof Syracuse, N. Y. 

Cktidren—CHAKLorru Maria, bom i Nov. 1882. (See Non-graduates.) 
Excise, born 7 Sept. 1885. (See Non-graduates.) 
Helen, bom 17 Dec. 1896. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

475. *DAVID HOWARD HOTCHKISS 

Bom S Jan. 1856 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1872 and 
1876-S0. ♦ T. B.C.E. 

Manufacturer at Syracuse, N. Y., connected with Straight Line Engine 
Ca ; also Secretary of the company. 

Died 29 Apr. 1885 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

476. ALICE EUGENIE JEFFRES (MOULIC) 

Bf»m 9 Feb. 1854 at Perry, N. Y. Student from La Grange, N. Y., 
1&77-80. A ♦. B.S. 

Postmistress, 1884-6. 

Married 30 May 1881, Philip I. Moule (No. 398, g. :: for furtlier record) 
of Bercail. Mont. 

Residence, Bercail, Montana. 



342 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1880 

477. ALBERT CHARLES LOUCKS 

Bom 10 Jan. 1855 at Lowville, Lewis Co., N. Y. Student from Lowrille* 
1876-80. A.B. A.M. 1883. A.M. 1891 and Ph.D. 1892. (Chr. Evid.) 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Warren, N. Y., 1 880-1. Student icB. 
Boston Theological Seminary, 1881-3. Pastor at Clayville, N. Y., 1883-14 Z 
West WHnfield, N. Y., 1884-7; Turin, N. Y., 1887-90; Potsdam, N. Y- w 
1890-3. Traveling in Europe, Egypt and Palestine, 1893-4. Pastor f* 
Richfield Springs, N. Y., 1894-6 ; Ilion, N. Y., since 1896. 

Married 4 May 1881, Kate M. Crouse of Warren, N. Y. 

Residence, Ilion, N. Y. 

478. PEPPING MELFI 
1877-80. M.D. (See Faculty Record. College of Liberal Arts.) 

479. GEORGE GARY MINER 

Born 19 Oct. 1856 at Fredonia, N. Y. Student from Fredonia, 1876-8^ 
AT. A.B. 
Assistant Cashier of Miner's Bank, Fredonia, N. Y., since 1880. 
Married ( i) 3 May 1882, Edith L. Colgrove of Fredonia, N.Y., who die^ 
20 Jan. 1885 ; (2) 12 Nov. 1891, Julia M. Corey of Hamlet, N. Y. 
C///A/rr« —Mabel E., born 31 Jan. 1883. 

Arthur C, born 8 Jan. 1885. 

Louise, born 29 Sept. 1892. 

Elizabeth, bom 16 Nov. 1894. 
Residence, Fredonia, N. Y. 

480. THEODORE BLAND NOSS 

Bom 10 May 1852 at Waterloo, Pa. Student from Williamsport, Pa.> 
1877-80. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1882 and Ph.D. 1884 (History). 

Vice Principal State Normal School, California, Pa., 1880-1 and 1882-3* 
Professor of Ancient Languages in Pittsburg Female College, 1881-I 
Principal of the State Normal Sch., California, Pa., since 1883. Local 
preacher in Meth. Epis. Church since 1876. Lay Delegate from Pittsbnrg 
Conf. to General Conference 1896. Instructor and Lecturer in Teachcn* 
Institutes. Has visited Europe three times stud3Hlng chiefly at Jena and 
Berlin. Has published " Outlines of Psychology and Pedagogy,** 189a 

Married 17 May 1883, Mary Blanche Graham of Monongahela, Pa. 

Children — Mary T., born 20 Mar. 1886. 

Theodore G., born 4 Apr. 1896. 

Residence, California, Washington Co., Pa. 

481. ELIZABETH MUENSCHER PITKIN 

sister of No. 540 

Bom 22 Apr. 1856 at Chelsea, Mass. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1877-80. A*. B.Mus. 
Music Teacher, Syracuse, N. Y., since 1880. 
Residence, 208 Madison St., Syracuse, N. Y. § 



rtSo ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 343 

482. CHARLES vS. ROBERTS 

Born 14 Aug. 1859 at Bridgeport, N. Y. Student from Bridgeport, 
i»77-8o. M.D. 
Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1880. Coroner of Onondaga Co., 

Married 27 Sept. 1882, Louise Erhard of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, 124 Noxon St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

483. EDWARD DRAKE ROE. jR. 

Born 4 Jan. 1859 at Elmira, N. Y. Student from Elmira, 1876-80. A K E. 
O. \.K (Harvard) 1885. A.M. (Harvard) 1885. Ph.D. (Erlangen, 
B*Tar:a|!898. * B K. 

Instructor in Mathematics in Shirtlidge's Academy, Media, Pa., 1886-8. 
indent at Harvard ( Shattuck and Thayer Scholarships ) , 1888-92. Instructor 
in Mathematics /*ro /nn. in Harvard, 1890. Instructor in Mathematics, 
Boston University, 1890-2. Assoc. Prof, of Math, in Oberlin College since 
1892. Graduate student in Germany, 1897-8. 

Member American Math. Soc.; Mass. Society of the Sons of the Revo- 
IstioQ. 

Has published "Critique of Spinoza's Demonstration of Necessity," 
B'Mioihtra Sacra ^ 1894. Joint author of *'Anderegg and Roe's Trigo- 
nometry." Ginn & Co., 1896. Thesis for Ph.D. " Ueber die Entwickelung 
der Sylvester'schen Determinante nach Nonnal-Formen," Leipzig, 1898. 
"Two Developments," Am. Math, Monthly^ 1897 ; "On the Circular Points 
It Infinity," ibid.^ 1897 ; '• Note on Integral and Integro-Geometric Series," 
Annah of Math., 1897; "Note on a formula of Symmetric Functions," 
Aw. }fath. Monthly, 1898. 

Married 15 Mar. 1890, Mrs. Harriet Adelaide Bridge Gourley of Cam- 
^ge, Mass. 

Children — Mary Eva Gourlby, adopted 18 Mar. 1890. 

Edward Drakb, 3d, bom 21 Mar. 1892; died 16 Sept. 1892. 
Residence, Oberlin, Ohio. 

484. MARTIN RUSSELL SACKETT 

Bom 28 Apr. 1853 at Plymouth, N. Y. Student from Plymouth, 1876-80. 
AT. A,B. 

Principal Wesleyan Seminary, Gouvemeur, N. Y., 1880-7. Editor and 
proprietor of the Northern Tribune^ Gouvemeur, N. Y. Local Preacher 
in Meth. Epis. Church since 1876. Treasurer of St. Lawrence Co., 1893 
to date. 

Has delivered many lectures and addresses. 

3iarried 27 June 1882, Marion Josephine Cowles of Gouvemeur, N. Y. 

Children — Emma Jkannette, born 3 Apr. 1883. 
Marion C, bom Oct. 1898. 
Infant Daughter, bom June 1896. 

Residence, Goavemenr, N. Y. 



344 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

485. CHARLES SUMNER SEAGER 

Brother of No. 444 

Born 26 Feb. 1856 at Phelps, N. Y. Student from Phelps, 1876-80. 

Teacher in Union and Classical School, Phelps, N, Y., 188 1-2 ; Oi 
N. Y., 1882-3. Engaged in agriculture, 1883-94. Bookkeeper in th( 
of the Sager Mfg. Co., Rochester, N. Y., since 1894. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

486. BENJAMIN JAY SHOVE 
1876-80. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Law.) 

487. WILBUR S. SMITHERS 

Born 9 July 1852 in the town of Oswegatchie, N. Y. Student from 
gatchie, 1876-80. AT. A.B. A.M. 1883. S.T.B. (Boston Universitji 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at East Blackstone, Mass., i 
Pittsfield, Vt., 1883-6. Island Pond, Vt., 1886-9 ; Brattleboro, Vt, 18 
Barre, Vt., 1892-3; St. Johnsburg, Vt., 1893-6; Hardwick, Vt., sino 

Married 19 Sept. 1883, Susie A. Joslin of Blackstone, Worcesti 
Mass. 

Children — Howard Josijn, born 12 May 1889. 
Otis Sherwood, bom 12 July 1890. 

Residence, Hardwick, Vt. 

488. WILLIAM HERBERT STEVENS 

Born 3 May 1859 at LaFargeville, N. Y. Student from Watertown, 
1876-80. AKE. A.B. 

Law student, 1880-1. Engaged in Fire Insurance business at Watei 
N. Y., since 1881. 

Married 17 Apr. 1884, Inez L. Coon of Potsdam, N. Y. 

CA/7</— Henry H., born 3 May 1885. 

Residence, Watertown, N. Y. 

489. ADA JOSEPHINE TODD 

Born 16 June 1S58 at Redding, Conn. Student from Redding, 18 
A*. A.B. A.M. 1883 (Greek ). Ph.D. (Boston University) i886(Lan 
and Literature). 

Preceptress and Teacher of Languages in Xenia (Ohio) Female Cc 
1880-1. Graduate student, 1881-2. Teacher of Natural Science, 
School, Waterville, Conn., 1882-3; Greek and Chemistry, High S 
Bridgeport, Conn., 1883-93. Fellow in Philology, Univ. of Penn., i 
Member Assoc. Amer. Authors ; of the Browning See. of Philadc 
Vice-President Collegiate Aluninui Assoc; Director for Conn, in sam 

Has published two series of weekly articles on Natural Science in 
Living Church ;" a book, " The Vacation Club,*' N. Y., 1892; man 



»D-I AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 345 

les and poems in papers and magazines. '* A Comparison of the Book of 
Sahom, the Masoretic and Septuagint Texts and a Restoration of the 
Original Hebrew." 
Residence, Redding, Conn. 

490. DORA ANNA WESTFALL 
Sister of No. 8K4 

Born I Feb. 1859 ^^ Brewerton, N. Y. Student from Geddes, N. Y., 
1^:6-^. A*. B.P. 

Continued studies at home after graduation. Teacher of Drawing and 
hmting in Connecticut Literary Institute, Sufl&eld, Conn., for a time. 

Residence, 1819 \V. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Class of i88i 

491. ELMER VINCENT ALDRIDGE 

Born 5 Sept. 1857 at Ulysses, N. Y. Student from Trumansburg, N. Y., 
rtTHi. 2 ♦. A. B. A. M. 1883 (Spanish Lang, and Lit.). 

Teacher of Classics and Natural Science in Rockland College, Nyack, N. 
Y.. 1881-2. Principal of Public Schools, Woodsburg, L.I.. 1882-3. Teacher 
ffl Steven's School, Hoboken, N. J., 1883-6; Grammar School No. 79, New 
York city, 1886-9. Professor of Math., Boys' High School, Brooklyn, N.Y., 
•incc 1889. Will take M. D. at L.I.C.H. in 1899. 

Married 13 May 1887, B^Ue Voorhees, M.D., of Daggett, Pa. 

C*f/(/— Shirley Vincent, bom 5 Feb. 1889. 

Residence, 26 Clarkson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

492. FRANK ELTON ARTHUR 

Bora 7 Feb. 1857 at Martinsburg, N. Y. Student from Lowville, N. Y., 

*76^i. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1884, 

Saperintendent of Public Schools, Carthage, N. Y., i88r-2. Principal 

School, Evanston, 111., 1882-3. Teacher in Academy, Low\'ille, N.Y., 

^rl Student in Boston Theological Seminary, 1884-5. 1" business at 

^^>*^le, N. Y., 1885-6. 

Clergyman, Mcth. Epis. Pastor at Cape Vincent, N. Y., 1886-8 ; Hamil- 
•^.N. Y., 1888-9 ; Vernon, N. Y., 1889-92 ; Sandy Creek, N. Y., 1892-3. 
^^•cipalof Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 1893-7. Pastor at Alexandria 
■Ti N*. Y., since 1897. 
^^■'ricd 6 Oct. 1886. Ruhamah Permelia Peebles of E. Martinsburg, N. Y. 
Cb'^rrw— Edwin Irving, bom 13 Oct. 1887. 
Charlbs Frank, born 6 Oct. 1888. 
Boyd Fitch, bom 23 Nov. 1890. 
Robert Peebles, bom 3 July 1892. 
MoNiLB Ruhamah, bora 22 Sept. 1893. 
Lincoln DbPorest, bora 21 Oct. 1895. 
^^««deiicc, Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 



346 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

493. ALICE BANNISTER (RACE) 
sister of Nos. 252 and 742 

Born 18 June 1859 at Petaluma, Cal, Student from Syracuse.N.Y., 18 
r * B. B. P. 

Teacher of Art in Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1881-93. 

Married 25 June 1890, Rev. J. H. Race of Kingston, Pa., now Chan 
of Grant University, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Residence, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

494. BERTHA BOOMER (BROOKS) 
sister of Nos. 603 and 1278 

Born 26 June i860 at Ellisburg, N. Y. Student from Brooklyn, 1 
1877-81. r * B. Ph.B. 

Married 28 Nov. 1882, F. B. Brooks, M. D. (No. 495, q, v. for furthf 
ord) of Cincinnatus, N. Y. 

Residence, 206 Green St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

495. FRANK BYRON BROOKS 
1878-81. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

496. EDGAR HUNTINGTON BROWN 

Born 29 May 1858 at Burlington, Vt. Student from West Troy, \ 
1877-81. AT. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor and Teacher at Lock Berlin, N. Y., li 
Pastor at Stuyvesant Falls, N. Y., 1882-4 ; Troy, N. Y., Third St ch 
1884-7 ; Greenbush, N.Y., 1887-92 ; Fort Plain, N.Y., 1892-5 ; Gloven 
N. Y., since 1895. 

Married 10 April 1885, Hettie Richards of Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

Children — Fred Richards, born 19 May 1888. 
Edgar Dow, born 28 June, 1889. 
Helen Mary, born 24 March 1891. 

Residence, Gloversville, N. Y. 

497. HERBERT CUFF BROWN 

Born 14 Feb. 1857 at Brookfield, N.Y. Student from Leonardsville, 
1879-81. M.D. 
Student at N. Y. Post Graduate Med. School and Hospital, 1885. 
Physician at So. Brookfield, N. Y., 1881-5 ; Brookfield, N. Y., since 
Vice-President Madison Co. Med. Society 1889. President same, 
Health Officer town of Brookfield for 3 years. 
Married 20 Oct. 1877, Caroline Babcock of Leonardsville, N. Y. 
Childreu — Herbp:rt James, born 17 Sept. 1882 ; died 5 Jan, 1883. 

Kearn Babcock, born 3 Sept 1891. 

Ruth L., born 2 Mar. 1895. 

Elston Stephen, born 8 May 1896. 
Residence, Brookfield, N. Y. 



l88l AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 347 

498. JOSEPH BIRKBECK BURROUGHS 

Bom 26 Sept. 1854 at Paterson, N. J. Student from Westfield, Mass., 
1878-81. 

Physician at Liverpool, N.Y., 1881-3 ; Shortsville, N.Y., 1884-96 ; Bridge- 
port» Conn., since 1896. 

Lectured at Chautauqua on Bacteria, 1891 ; also delivered a course of lec- 
tures in various places on Ancient History. 

Has published ** Nitro-Glycerine a substitute for Alcohol ; '* **Is Alcohol 
i Useless Drug in Sickness ?" Has two books ready for the press, viz.: 
"That which Was, Is and Shall Be ;" " Unto the Mists of Darkness." 
Married 1884, Emma M. Greeley of Liverpool, N.Y. 
Children— Wilbur Greei,ey, bom 1886. 
Wallace Coburn, bom 1894. 
Residence, 550 Stratford Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

499. JULIA ELIZABETH CHAMBERLIN (ALLEY) 

Bonii86iatGeddes, N. Y. Student from Geddes, 1878-81. r*B. B.Mus. 
Married 6 Feb. 1889, William S. Alley of Toronto, Can. 
Residence, 239 Sherboume St., Toronto, Can. 



500. BENJAMIN F. CHASE 

Bora at Boonville, Mo. Student from Fayetteville, N. Y., 1878-81. M.D. 

Pfajsician at East Syracuse, N. Y., since 1881. Health Officer, town of 
DeWitt and village of East Syracuse, 1887-92 ; of village of East Syra- 
cuse, 1896. 

Married ( i) 2 Sept. 1886, Fannie A. Belding, who died 15 Dec. 1893 ; 
(2) 20 Feb. 1894, Jennie Belding. 

Cki/dreft— Glenn Marshall, bom 18 May 1891 ; died 3 Dec. 1893. 
Donald Warren, bom 10 Mar. 1896. 

Residence, East Syracuse, N. Y. 



501. EDITH EMILY CLARKE 

Born 5 Nov. 1859 ** Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1879-81. 
Ph.B. 

Teacher and Author. Student at Library School, Columbia University, 
1887-9. Head of the Cataloguing department, Columbia University, 
1889-90. Head' of Cataloguing department, Newberry Library, Chicago, 
Wm 1890-4. Lecturer on Cataloguing. Chief of Cataloguing Division, 
Public Document Library, Washington, D. C, since 1895. 

Has contributed various articles to periodicals, especially to the '* Library 
Journal;'' "Woman in Literature at the Fair," a pamphlet, 1893. 

Residence, Washington, D. C. 



348 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

502. LAURA SOPHIA CONGDON (HEBARD) 
Sister of Nos. 259 and 416 

Born 15 Feb. 1855 at Trumansburg, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N 
1878-81. r*B. B.P. 

Since graduation has resided at Syracuse, N. Y., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Chicago, 111. 

Married 1892, George Hebard of Rochester, N. Y. 

Residence, 153 Carter St., Rochester, N. Y. 



503. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS COOK 

1876-81. A.B. and Ph.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Lit 

Arts.) 

504. *SIDNEY HEBBARD COOK 
Brother of No. 560 

Born 6 July 1858 at Cicero, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 187; 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1884. 

Student in Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn., iSi 
Deacon in charge of Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, Camden, N 
1884-5. Rector of same church and outlying missions at Sand Bank 
Redfield, N. Y., 1885-6. From i May 1886, Rector of Trinity chi 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

Married 12 Oct. 1888, Grace Irene Stevens of Camden, N. Y. 

Chi/d—hnRoY Farnham, born 3 Nov. 1889 ; died 23 Jan. 1893. 

Died at Binghamton, N. Y., 27 Mar. 1890. 



505. EDWARD H. COOKE 

Born 5 May 1844 in Oswego Co., N. Y. Student from Tully, N. 
1879-81. M.D. 

Physician at Lyons, N. Y., 188 1-3 ; Rose, N. Y., 1883-7; Hering 
Kan., since 1887. Coroner of Wayne Co., N. Y., 1886-7. Surgeon C. 
& P. Ry. at Herington, Kan., 1887-93. President Golden Belt Med. As 
1888. 

Served four years (1861-5) in 75th N. Y. Vol. Infantry. Was in battl< 
"Camp Bisland," Forty days siege of Port Hudson, "Winchest 
"Cedar Creek" and "PMsher's Hill," and several skirmishes. 
Married 24 Feb. 1868, Rosa M. Wood of Tully, N. Y. 

Chiidren — Grace M., bom 21 Aug. 1871. 
Charles L., born 9 Aug. 1872. 
Edna D., born 28 May 1874. 

Residence, Herington, Kan. 



iffil AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 349 

506. LOUISA ANNA DARBONNIER 

Born 15 Sept. 1858 at Berkshire, N. Y. Student from Berkshire, 1878-81. 
B.P. 

Teacher of French and Art at Bethlehem, Pa., 1882 ; Seminary, Holidays- 
boig, Pa., 1882-4. Teacher of French and Art in Gardiner's Institute, 603 
Fifth Avenue, New York city, 1884-5. Residing at home since 1885. 

Residence, Berkshire, N. Y. 

507. ♦ HORACE L. DRAKE 

Student from Caughdenoy, N. Y., 1880-1. A.B. (Univ. Mich.). Phy- 
adanand druggist at Caughdenoy, N. Y. 

Died- 

508. RUTH ANN EASTWOOD (HUTCHINSON) 

Born 30 July 1858 at Stockbridge, N. Y. Student from Geddes, N. Y., 
i87:-Si. A*. B.Mus. 

Private teacher of Music at Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-3. Principal of Music 

Department, Collegiate Institute, Augusta, Ky., 1883-4. Principal of 

Music Department of Hedding College,' Abingdon, 111., 1884-5. Teacher of 

Hano. Rhetoric and English Literature in McKendree College, Lebanon, 

DL, 1885-6. Principal of Music Department, W. Va. Conf . Seminary 

Married 14 July 1886, Principal Bennett Wertz Hutchinson of Mt. Pleas- 
tut. Pa , now Principal Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y. 
Ckildfen — Mark Eastwood, born 29 June 1889. 
Paul Eastwood, born 29 Nov. 1891. 
Residence, Lima, N. Y. 

509. GILES BENTON EVERSON 

Bom 7 Apr. 1858 at Manlius, N. Y. Student from Manlius, 1877-81. 
A.B. 

Law student with Waters, McLennan & Dillaye, Syracuse, N. Y., from 13 
Feb. 1882, and admitted to the bar 16 Jan. 1885. Lawyer at Syracuse, 
K Y., since 1885. 

Married 18 Aug. 1887, Emma J. Tuller of Syracuse, N Y. 

Residence, 306 Kellogg St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

510. ERNEST LEONARD FOX 

Brother of No. 664 

Bom 31 Dec. 1856 at North Western, N. Y. Student from North West- 
«ni, 1877-81. A.B. B.D. (Garrett Biblical Inst.) 1887. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor Fort Edward Circuit, Neb., 1881-2 ; Ful- 
Ittton Circuit, Neb., 1882-3. Teacher in N. W. University, 1882-4. Pastor 
Cedar Rapids Circuit, 1883-4; Stanton, Neb., 1884-5; FuUerton, Neb., 
'^; Hegewisch, 111., and student in Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 



350 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY i88K 

111., 1885-7 ; Guilford, Conn, (while taking graduate course at Yale Univ^' 
1888-9; Waterville, Conn., 1889-91; N. Y. city, Asbury church, 1891-3 
N. Y. city, Eleventh Street church, since 1893. 
Residence, 545 E. nth St., New York, N. Y. 

511. JOHN WILUS FRY 

Bom I Dec. 1855 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1878-8K: 
M.D. 

Student in Niagara University 1874 and 5 and special student in Syracus- < 
University, 1876. 

Married i July 1890, Mary Sullivan of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

512. REUNETTE EMM05ENE FULLER 

Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1879-81. Physician at Macon, Ga. siace 
1881. 
Residence, Macon, Ga. § 

513. HELEN ELIZA GERE 
Sister of No. 665 

Born 10 June 1858 at Belle Isle, N. Y. Student from Belle Isle, 1877-81. 
A *. Ph.B. Pd.B. (State Normal College, Albany, N. Y.) 1896. 
Teacher at Wilson, N.Y., 1893-4 ; of Sciences, High School. Sandy Hill, 
N. Y., since 1896. 
Residence, Belle Isle, N. Y. 

514. MONTGOMERY MOORE GOODWIN 

Born 19 Dec. 1855 at Geneva, N. Y. Student from Trumansburg, N. Y., 
1877-81. *^T. A.B. A.M. 1884. S.T.B. (Episcopal Theo. Sch. Cam- 
bridge, Mass.) 1884. 

Clergyman, Prot. Epis. Rector at Camden, N. Y., Trinity church, 
1884 ; Norwich, N. Y., Emmanuel church, 1885-90; Decatur, 111., St. John's 
church, 1890-4. Chaplain in U. S. Navy, 1894-7, appointed by President 
Cleveland. Has published "Glimpses of Man -of War Life;" Magazine 
articles, *' The Nicene Creed and the Filoque Rationalism;" ** Two Roman 
Apologies;*' Sermons. 

Married 10 Dec. 1884, Dora B. Cromwell of Sandusky, Ohio. 

Child — Montgomery M. Jr., born 3 Nov; 1885. 

Residence, Boston, Mass. 

515. IDA MAY HAMILTON (MUNSELL) 

sister of No. 760 

Born 25 Dec. i86oatManlius,N.Y. Student from Wolcott, N.Y., 1877-81- 
B.Mus. 
Has published "Topsy uptoDate," **The Responsibility of Motherhood,*' 



l88l AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 35 1 

"Gideon," "Jack Foster*s Emancipation," etc. Correspondent for various 
papers. Now writing a social novel entitled * *The Curate of Saint Mathias. ' ' 

Married 12 July 1882, Wm. W. Munsell of Naples, N. Y. 

Children^FANNV Hamilton, born 29 June 1884. 
WiLUAM Percy, bom 1891. 

Residence, 7752 Hawthorne Ave., Chicago, 111. 

516. THEODORE WOODRUFF HAVEN 
Brother of Nos. 347 and 348 

Born I March 1862 at Maiden, Mass. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1^77^1. ^'T. A.B. A.M. 1884. S.T.B. (Boston University) 1884. Ph.D. 
;same) 1885. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Muscotah and Whiting, Kan., 1884-5 » 
Topeka, Kan., 1885. Supply of Congregational church, Burlington, Kan., 
18S5-6. Graduate student in Andover Theological Seminary and supply at 
Qiftondale (Mass. ) Ind. Cong, church, 1886. Pastor of Ind. Cong, church, 
Battle Creek, Mich., 1886-8. Pastor Cong, church, Hope, N. D., 1891-2 ; 
Cnity church, Salem, Oregon, 1893. Pastor Meth. Epis. church. Espy, 
Pl?-i898; Trevorton, Pa., since 1898. 
Has published '* Natural Religion,*' 20th Cent. Pub. Co.,N. Y., 1892. 
Married 21 Jan. 1890, Susan C. Gould of Topsfield, Mass. 
CA/V^ —Theodore Goui.d, born 13 Jan. 1891. 
Residence. Trevorton, Pa. 

517. JOHN LORENZO HEFFRON 
1S79 — Si. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

518. WILLIAM JAMES HENNEvSvSY 

Bom 24 Nov. 1856 at Rochester, N.Y. Studentfrom Victor, N.Y., 1878-81. 
M.D. 

Physician at Palmyra, N.Y., 1881-3 and since 1884 ; Valley Centre, Kan.i 
1883-4. Trustee of village of Palmyra four years. Health officer of town 
tad village of Palmyra ten years. President Wayne Co. Med. Society. 
Member of Cent, N.Y. Med. Society. 

Married (i) 13 June 1883, Minnie Lovett Sprague, who died 24 June 1884 . 
(2) 28 Oct. 1888, May Birdsall Blodgett. 

Children — Harrold C, bom 24 May 1884 ; died 6 Aug. 1884. 
James Jenner, bom 29 Jan. 1890. 
Gladys Birdsall, bom 15 Aug. 1893. 

Residence, Palmyra, N.Y. 

519. MENZO WHITE HERRIMAN 

Born 15 Dec. 1857 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1878-81. 
M.D. 

Physician at New York, N. Y., 1881-5. Surgeon U. S. and Brazil Mail 
Stttimship Co., 1885-9. Physician at Long Island City, N. Y., since 1889. 



352 AI«UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY iSfo 

Police Surgeon to Long Island City, 1893-6. Visiting Physician to St. John's 
Hospital « Long Island City, since 1892. N. Y. State Examiner in Lnnacy 
since 1890. 

Married 1889, Josephine Hirsch of New York, N. Y. 

Residence, Long Island City, N. Y. 



520. LAZELL REMINGTON HOPKINS 

Born 7 Oct. 1853 at Auburn, N.Y. Student from Weedsport, N. Y. . 1876-81. 
A T. A.B. A.M. 1884. 

Principal Union School, Weedsport, N. Y., 1881-92 and since 1894. 
Married 28 June 1885, Nan L. Daniels of Weedsport, N.Y. 
Children — Frederick Dan, born 10 April 1886. 
Louise Miriam, born 25 Feb. 1888. 
Residence, Weedsport, N. Y. 



521. FREDERICK HERBERT HOWARD 

Born 2 Oct. 1858 at Syracuse, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-81. 
A T. A.B. A.M. 1884. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek, Vermont Methodist Seminary, Montpelier, 
Vt., 1881-85. Teacher of Latin and Greek at Greylock Institute, Soitth 
Williamstown, Mass., 1885-8 ; same. High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1886-9. 
At Friend's School, Providence, R. I., 1889-93. Greek Master at Colgate 
Academy, Hamilton, N. Y., since 1893. 

Married 13 Nov. 1886, Ella L. Boomer (No. 603) of New York city. 

C/iild—OscAK Frederick, born 8 Oct. 1887. 

Residence, Hamilton, N. Y. 



522. GEORGE EDMUND HUTCHINGS 

Born 7 March 1855 at Tully, N. Y. Student from Cardiff. N. Y.. 1876-81. 
A T. A.B. A.M. 1884. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Mottville, N.Y., 1881-4 ; Georgetown, 
N.Y., 1884-5. Teacher of Latin and Greek in Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N.Y,, 
1885-6. Pastor at Towanda, Pa.. 1886 ; Tyrone, N. Y., 1886-91 ; Newfield, 
N. Y., 1891-3 ; Troy, Pa., 1893-98 : Wolcott, N. Y., since 1898. 

Instructor in "Harmon's Introduction to the Holy Scriptures *' at Silver 
Lake School of Conference Studies, 1894-6. President Elmira Dist. Epworth 
League since 1896. 

Married 14 Dec. 1881, Flora Baldwin of Syracuse, N. Y. (See Non-grad- 
uates. ) 

Children — Martha, born 4 Aug. 1884. 

Carlton Baldwin, born 10 Feb. 1890. 

Residence, Wolcott, N. Y. 



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523. ♦HENRY PIDBLIO KING 

Bom 17 Apr. 1858 at Fremont, Ohio. Student from Tully, N. Y., 
1877-81. A.B. 

Admitted to the bar at Binghamton, N. Y., 10 Oct., 1884. Lawyer, at 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1884-93. 

Died 24 Feb. 1893 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

524. JAMES WEBSTER KNAPP 

Son of No. 2415 

Bom 25 Dec. 1852 at Jamesville, N. Y. Student from Jamesville, 
1S7S-S1. M.D. 

Physician at Canastota, N. Y., since 1881. President village of Canastota, 
N. Y., 1895. Coroner Madison Co., 1898. 

Married 1882, Delia G. Benedict of Jamesville, N. Y. 

Residence, Canastota, N. Y. 

525. WILLIAM BASTIAN KONKLE. JR. 

Bcjm I Mar. 1858 at MontoursviUe, Pa. Student from Montoursville, 
1878-81. AKE. B.S. M.D. (Jefferson Medical College). 

Physician at Montoursville, Pa., since 1884. Lecturer on Anatomy and 
Physiology, Lycoming Co. Normal School, Muncy, Pa., and Lecturer on 
Hygiene, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., for several years. 

Papers : ** The Limitations of Medicine as an Index to its Scope and 

Mission,*' read before the Lycoming Co. Med. Soc., 1896; ** The Materialistic 

Theory of Man's Being,*' President's address before same, 1898; **Our 

Indigenous Choi agogues ; " ** Our Typhoid Fever, a Comparative Study,'* 

etc., etc. 

ilarried 15 Apr. 1884, Joan Saylor of Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 
Residence, Montoursville, Pa. 

526. CHARLES PALMENTER LUCE 

Bom 20 Aug. 1857 at Onondaga, N. Y. Student from Onondaga, 1877-81. 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1884. A.M. 1885 and Ph.D. 1886 (Chr. Evid.) 

Student in Auburn (N. Y. ) Theological Seminary, 1880-3. Pastor of 
Presbyterian chnrch at Cuba, N. Y., 1883-9 J First Presb. church at 
O^tnsboro, Ky., since 1890. Commissioner for Presbytery to General 
Assembly of Presbyterian church of U. S. A., at Cincinnati, Ohio, May 
i®5- Moderator of Presbyterian Synod of Ky., 1894-5. 
Married 10 Jan. 1888, Sarah E. Taylor of Elmira, N. Y. 
CAi7(/r^— Arthur Tayi^or, bom loOct. 1888. 

CoRNEUA Bartlett. boru 3 Jan. 1890. 
Chari«bs Cambron, bom 29 Nov. 1893. 
Robert Thompson, bom 20 Dec. 1895. 
Residence, Owensboro, Ky. 



354 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1881 

527. ♦ IDA CLEFERE MARION 

Sister of No. 960 

Born 26 Dec. i860 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1879-81. A*. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Music at Gordonsville Female College, Gordonsville, Va., 
188 1-2. Teacher of Music at Thomasville Female Institute, Thomasville, 
N. C, 1882-3. 

Died 9 Jan. 1884 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

528. CAROLINE LILUS MASON (JARVIS) 

Born 6 Dec. 1849 at Canastota, N.Y. Student from Canastota, 1880-1. 
A^. B.Mus. 

Married 2 July 1881, George Milton Jarvis, C. E., of Canastota, N. Y., 
afterward of Fort Worth and Palestine, Texas. 

Children — Roy Mason, born 8 May 1882. 
May Mason, born 4 Oct. 1885. 

Residence, Palestine, Texas. § 

529. JAMES WILLIAM MAY 

Bom II Oct. 1857 at New Albany, Ind. Student from Morganfield, Ky., 
1877-81. B.Ar. 

Architect at Seymour, Ind. , 1881 . Draughtsman for Merz Architectural Iron 
Works, Louisville, Ky., 1882-4. Teacher in the Eikosi Academy, Salem, 
Ind., 1884-5. Principal of same 1885-9. President jointly with brother, of 
De Pauw College, New Albany, Ind., 1889-93 ; President of same 1893-4. 
Living on a farm since 1894. 

Married 7 June 1887, OUie M. McKnight of Salem, Ind. 

Children — William McKnight, bom 3 Mar. 1889. 
Ralph Oliver, born 5 Aug. 1890. 
Mary Helen, born 13 Dec. 1894. 

Residence, Salem, Ind. 

530. BOYD Mcdowell 

Born 24 July 1857 at Chemung, N. Y. Student from Elmira, N. Y. , 
1887-81. >I'T. Ph. B. 

Law student at Elmira, N. Y., 1882. Lawyer at Elmira, N. Y., sinc^ 
Jan. 1884. 

Married 8 Oct. 1889, Carrie E. Pitkin (No. 540) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

CA/Vfl'rr//— Robert Pitkin, 14 Oct. 1890. 
Elizabeth, born 24 June 1892. 

Residence, Elmira, N. Y. 

531. WILLIAM HOUGH MILLS 
1879-81. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 



I AI.TJMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 355 

532. MARIETTA E. MORSE 

Born 26 Jan. 1856 at Eaton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1876-81, 

ree years. A ♦. A". B. 

Teacher at Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 1881-2 ; Danforth, N. Y., 1883-5. 

Preceptress Union and Classical School, Phelps, N. Y., since 1886. 

Residence Phelps, N. Y. 'i 

533. JAMES F. MUNN. 

Born 30 June 1851 at Lyons, N. Y. Student from Lyons, 1874-81, four 
years. M.D. 

Physician at South Butler, N. Y., 1881-7 ; Syracuse, N. Y., since 1887. 
Member Onondaga Co., Med. Society ; of Syracuse Acad, of Medicine. 

Married 23 Nov. 1881, Lillian Palmer of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 304 North West St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

534. MILTON A. NOBLES 

Student from Newark, N. J., 1879-81. M.D. 

Was Surgeon on steamship out from New York city. 

Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

535. OSCAR W. OBERLANDER 

Bom 26 Apr. 1859 i° Germany. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1877-81. 
M.D. 
Married 1891, Hattie J. Hamilton of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Irbne M., bom 24 Nov. 1891. 
Oscar W., bom 14 July 1893. 
Residence, 310 Ash St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

536. FRANCISCO GOMEZ D'OLIVIERA. 

Born 7 May 1858, at San Paulo, Brazil. Student from Bahia, Brazil ^ 
1877-81. B. Ar. Further history unknown. 
Residence, Bahia, Brazil. \ 

537. JOHN C. OWENS 
Bom 3 Jan. 1857 in town of Western, N. Y. Student from Plainfield, 111.^ 
1879-81. M.D. P.H.G. (State Board of Pharmacy, 111.) 1888. 

Physician at Rochester (N. Y. ) City Hospital, 1881-2. Physician at Joliet» 
IIL, 1882-3 ; Plainfield, 111., since 1883. Druggist since 1888. 
^Vas Member Consulting Staff Physicians and Surgeons, St. Joseph's Hos- 
pital, and member Staff Physicians and Surgeons, Silver Cross Hospital, 
^hatjoliet. 111. 
Married 5 Dec. 1883, Mary H. Hitchcock of Morris, 111. 
Children— KoBU^r H. born 22 Feb. 1889 ; died i Mar. 1880. 
Kenneth Hunter, bom 23 Dec. 1896. 
Jay Cayton, bom 15 Sept. 1892. 
Residence, Plainfield, 111. 



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538. ADDIE MARIA PHARIS (DUNCAN) 

Born 28 June i860 at Geddes, N. Y. Student from Geddes, 1877-81. A*. 
B. Mu8. 
Married 20 Oct. 1881, Joseph M. Duncan of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children —Mkkv Pharis, born 27 Mar. 1892. 

Carolyn Pharis, born 27 Mar. 1892. 
Residence, Silver S))rings, N. Y. 

539. GREGORIO DE MIRANDA PINTO. 

Bom 24 March 1859 at Riode Janeiro, Brazil. Student from Rio, 1878-81. 
B. Ar. Further history unknown. 
Residence, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, i^ 

540. CARRIE EMILY PITKIN (MCDOWELL) 

sister of No. 481 

Born 20 Dec. i860 at Chelsea, Mass. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1877-81. A*. A.B. A.M. 1884. 

Teacher in Ingham University, LeRoy, N. Y., 1881-2. Teacher of Latin 
and Mathematics, High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-9. 

Married 8 Oct. 1889, Boyd McDowell (No. 530, q. v. for further record) of 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Residence, Elmira, N. Y. 

541. WILLIAM HENRY ROBERTS 

Brother of No. 322 

Born 24 Apr. 1858 at Onondaga, N. Y. Student from town of Onondaga, 
1877-81. AT. A.B. 

Engaged in farming, 1881-2. Student at Mead's Business College, Syra- 
cuse. 1882. Bookkeeper for Rumsey & Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1882. 
Manager for Eclipse Mfg. Co., Syracuse, N. Y., (882-4. Traveling sales- 
man for Weeks, Cossum & Co., Auburn, N. Y., 1884-7, and for Moser, Lyon 
& Co., Syracuse, N. Y., 1887-8. Proprietor of Plating Establishment, 
Syracuse, N. Y., since 1888. 

Married 12 June 1884, Martha B. Carr of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Roixand C, born 11 Nov. 1885. 

Avis Eloise, born 26 July 1888 ; died 17 Feb. 1891. 
Horace M., born 11 May 1892. 
Paui,W., born 28 May 1894. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

542. FREDERICK JAY SHACKLETON 

Born 5 Apr. 1856 at Waverly, N. Y. Student from Waverly, 1877-81. 
AT. A.B. A.M. 1884. B.D. (Drew Theo. Sem.) 1884. Ph.D. (Taylor 
University) 1897. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Round Hill, Conn., 1884-5; Pomid- 
ridgeand High Ridge Circuit, N. Y.. 1885-7 ; Woodbury, N. Y. 1887-9; 



AI«UMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 357 

Terson, N. Y., 1889-92; Stratford, Conn., 1892-5. Bridgehampton, 
S95— 8. New York city, Forsythe St. church, since 1898. 
tublished articles and sermons ; also a thesis on " Evolution an Aid 

I," 1897. 

e<i 10 June 1885, Minnie M. Almy of Waverly, N. Y. 

rcn — Robert Ai^fhonso, bom 2 Nov. 1886. 

Clara Everett, bom* 23 Feb. 1891. 
Lence, New York, N. Y. 

543. CARRIE IDA SHEVELSON (BENJAMIN) 

25 Dec. 1 861 at Prenn, Russe-Poland. Student from Syracuse, 
1877-81. A*. A.B. A.M. 1884. 

J e wess graduated from Syracuse University. Teacher of Languages, 
chool, Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-90. Has taught and tutored some since 

published several pamphlets : "Woman's Place in Charity," read 
the Jewish Woman's Congress at Chicago, 1893, and published in the 
ment of Religions ; ** Hebrew and Greek Thought, " read in Washing- 
.C, 1894, before the National Council of Women. An article, ''Homo 
iihii hnniani a vie alienum puto^^' read before the Woman's Club of 
;r. Col.; and various other articles. 

nl)er of the State Board of Charities of Colorado. Chairman of the 
nihropic Dejjartment of the Woman's Club of Denver, Col. Vice- 
for State of Col. of the Nat. Council of Jewish Women, and Pres. 
i Denver Section of same. 

rried 14 Jan. 1890, Maurice C. Benjamin of Denver, Col. 
'/^—Maurice Shevei30n, born 6 May 1896. 
sidence, Denver, Col. 

544. ROBERT SIMPSON, JR. 
ra 13 Apr. 1848 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Fulton, N. Y., 1880-1. 
. M.D. (College of P. & S. Baltimore, Md.) 1892. Graduate student 
)rnell University, 1877-80. 

acher and School Commissioner for some years before entering Col- 
Teacher in Dr. N. T. Clark's Boy's School, Canandaigua, N. Y., 
-2. Principal Academic Dept. State Normal School, Brockport, NY., 
-4- Supt. of Schools at Hornellsville, N. Y., 1884-7. Principal 
»n School, Phoenix, N. Y., 1887-90. Student of Medicine, Baltimore? 
Principal Union School, Weedsport, N. Y., 1892-4. Now physician 
:riba, X. Y. 

ember Co. G. 184th N. Y. S. Vol. 1864-5. 
arried 8 July 1874, Maud Mary Hawks of Hannibal, N. Y. 
^Jidren-^MABnz C, bom 9 Feb. 1879. 

Robert 3d, born 15 Mar. 1884. 

Foster Hawks, born 18 Jan. 1893. 

Leigh Arthur, bom 11 Mar. 1895. 
Kidencc, Scriba, N. Y. 



358 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1881 

545. DAVID EUGENE SMITH 

Born 21 Jan. i860 at Cortland, N. Y. Student from Cortland, 1877-81. 
* T. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1884. Ph.D. 1887 (Art History). 

Law student a^ Cortland, N. Y., 188 1-3. Clerk of Surrogate's Court, 
Cortland, 1 881-3. Lawyer at Cortland, N. Y., 1883-4. Teacher of 
Mathematics, Cortland State Normal School, 1884-91. Professor of 
Mathematics in the Michigan State Normal School, Ypsilanti, Mich., 
1891-8. Principal State Normal School, Brockport, N. Y., since 1898. 

Has published with Prof. Beman of Univ. of Mich., ** Plane and Solid 
Geometry," 1895 ; "Geometry Tablet," 1895 ; *' Key to Geometr>'," 1896. 
Also "Hist, of Modern Mathematics" in Merriman and Woodwards, 
"Mathematics for Engineering Colleges," 1896; numerous other articles 
chiefly mathematical, published in the leading journals. Has traveled 
and studied in Europe. 

Married 19 Jan. 1887, Fanny Taylor of Cortland, N. Y. 

Residence, Brockport, N. Y. 

546. EDGAR C. SWIFT 

Born at Paine's Hollow, N. Y. Student from Paine's Hollow, 1878^1. 
M.D. 

Married 28 Jan. 1885, Sophie McCready of Jordanville, N. Y. 
C/ii/d^hVKA M., born 14 Nov. 1887. 
Residence, Jordanville, N. Y. 

547. HENRY IRVING VAN HOESEN 

Born 29 Oct. 1854 at Preble, N. Y. Student from Preble, 1879-81. M.D. 
A.B. (Princeton) 1879 and A.M. 1882. 

Physician at St. Vincent's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., 1881 ; Bingham- 
ton, N. Y., 1882-4. On U. S. Geological Survey, 1884-5. Physician at 
Truxton, N. Y., since 1885. School Commissioner, 2d Dist. Cortland Co., 
1888-90 and 1894-6. 

Married 31 May 1882, Alice L. Peck of Oak's Comers, N. Y. 

CA/Vfl'— Henry Barti.ett, bom 25 Dec. 1885. 

Residence, Truxton N. Y . 

548. ADELAIDE LOUISE VINCENT (TAYLOR) 

Born 15 Feb. 1859 ^^ Sherman, N. Y. Student from Sherman, 1877-81. 
A*. Ph.B. 

Married 4 May 1882, Almon N. Taylor of Portland, N. Y. 
Children — Almon Vincent, born 17 July 1887. 

Katheryn Moshbr, born 24 Oct. 1890 ; died 7 Jan. 1892. 

AucK, bom 4 Nov. 1893. 
Residence, Westfield, N. Y. 



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549. ALBERT CLARK WELLS 

Brother of No. 365 

Bom 16 Oct. 1856 at Chateaugay, N. Y. Student from Constable, Prank- 
BnCo., N. Y., 1876-S1. three years. B.P. 

Artist, 1 88 1-4. Member of Photographic firm of Alger & Wells, Syra- 
cnse, X. Y., 1884-5. Photographer at Malone, N. Y., since 1885. 

Harried 15 Feb. 1882, Lizzie Williams of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ckildrat — Lawrence George, bom 28 July 1884. 
Albert Alonzo, bom 25 Feb. 1886. 

Residence, Malone, N. Y. $i 

550. ALICE WELLS 

Bom 31 July 1857 *^ Lima, N. Y. Student from Schenectady, N. Y., 
1879-Sr. A*. B.S. M.S. 1884. 
Residence, Schenectady, N. Y. 

551. MARY WHITFORD 
Sister of Nos. 929 and 976 

Bora 2 Jan. 1858 at Port Byron, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1^77-^1. r*B. B.Ar. 

Teacher of Drawing, High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1887-91 ; of Mathe- 
matics in same since 1891. 

Residence, 202 Kirk Ave. , Syracuse, N. Y. 

552. WILLIAM WALLACE WILCOX 

Bom 13 July 1858 at Kirkville. N. Y. Student from Kirkville, 1877-81. 
^T. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1884. 

Principal of Graded School, Lawrence, L. I., 1881-5. Teacher at Cold 
Springs, N. Y., part of 1885. Teacher in Steven's High School, Hoboken, 
N. J., 1886. 

Residence, New York, N.Y. § 



553. WHITING SWEETING WORDEN 

Bom 8 Dec. 1858 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1877-81. 
AB. A.M. 1887. M.D. 1886. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y. a short time in 1886. Appointed Medical 
Missionary to Japan under Missionary Soc. Meth. Epis. church, 1886. 
Teacher in'Aoyama School, 1886-7. Supt. of Gospel Soc, Yokohama, 
1887-90. Presiding Elder of Nagoya Dist., 1890-3. In America, 1893-4. 
Sapt. Gospel Soc., Yokohama, 1895-7. Pastor Kanagawa (M. E.) church, 
1896-7. Dispensary and Medical practice in Japan, 1886-97. 

Nanowly escaped death by earthquake at Nagoya, 1891, and by fire, 
Yokohama, 1896. 



360 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1 88 1-2 

Published a paper " Medicine in Japan," by request of Alumni Asso. Col. 
of Med., 1894. 
Married 7 Feb. 1884, Harriet Way (See Non-graduates) of Syracuse, N.Y. 
Children— Eric Maxson, bom ii Apr. 1885. 

Warren Haven, born 3 July 1887. 

Mary Owve, born 23 Feb. 1889. 

Vivian Sawsbury Way, bom 4 May 1892. 

Roy, born 30 Jan. 1897. 
Residence, Yokohama, Japan. 

554. HERBERT B. WRIGHT 

Born I May 1851 at Ponipey, N. Y. Student from Elbridge, N. Y., 
1878-81. M.D. 

Physician at Skaneateles, N. Y. President Alumni Assoc., College of 
Medicine, 1897-8. 

Residence, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

555. nDA YOUNG 

Bom 29 July 1859 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1877-81 . 
A*. A.B. 

Teacher of Languages in private school, Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-2. 
Teacher in Academy, Newark, N. Y., 1882-3. 

Died 5 Jan. 1885 at Syracuse, N. Y. 



Class of 1882 

556. WILLIAM J. AYLING 

Born 30 July 1858 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i879-8«. 
M.D. 

Graduate student at St. Thomas Hospital, London, 1882-4. Physician at 
Syracuse since 1884. Secretary Syracuse Med. Asso., 1886 and 1887. 
Physician to Free Dispensary. 

Married 1884, Carrie M. Weller of Cicero, N. Y. 

Children — Nelue Louise, born 11 Apr. 1885. 
James S., born 20 Sept. 1890. 
WiujAM Elmer, born 18 June 1893. 

Residence, 606 E. Fayette St., Sjrracuse, N. Y. 

557. IRVING LONGSTREET BARKER 

Bom 22 Sept. i860. Student from Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 1878-82. 
Z*. A.B. 

Student at State School of Mines, Golden, Col., winter of 1882-3. Since 
1883 assayer and civil engineer at Carbonate and Glenwood Springs, Col. 
Residence, Glenwood Springs, Col. \ 



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558. •FRANKLIN M. BURDICK 

Son of No. 2531 

Born 21 July i860 at Preble, N. Y. Student from Preble, 1879-82. M.DV 
Physician at Monument, Kan., several years after 1887, where he had a 
drug store also ; then at Colorado Sprinf^^s, Col. 
Died 29 July 1897 at Colorado Springs, Col. 

559. ALICE ELIZABETH CLARK (GREENE) 

Sister of No. 340 

Bora II Aug. 1857 at Copenhagen, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
i877-«2. A*. B.S. 
Teacher of Modem Languages, Academy, Glens Falls, N. Y., 1884-5. 
Married 17 Nov. 1886, Almon C. Greene of Palmyra, N. Y., who died — 
Child— Fercy Clark, born 26 Aug. 1891. 
Residence, Copenhagen, N. Y. 

560. GEORGE WASHINGTON BRADFORD COOK, Jr. 

« 

Brother of No. 504 

Born 21 July 1862 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1878-82. 
AKK. .\.B. A.M. 1885. 

Teacher of Higher Mathematics in Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, 
^, 1882-4. Student in the Law School of University of Maryland, Balti- 
■»rc, Md., 1884-5. Law student at Syracuse, N. Y., 1885-6. Admitted to 
^ bar. 1886. Member of firm of Fuller, Fuller & Cook. Lawyer in N. Y. 
°iy.i887. Sec. of the Mosler Safe Co., 1888. Partner in Mosler, Bowen 
^Co.. 1889. Same in Mosler, Bowen & Cook, in the City of Mexico, 1890. 

Pfoprietor of Mosler, Bowen & Cook, Successor, in the City of Mexico 
«>cei89i. 

Mirried 27 June 1888, Elizabeth Reese Lester of Baltimore, Md. 

CWrf— Dorothy Lbstbr, born 16 Mar. 1893. 

Residence, City of Mexico, Mexico. (P. O. Box 658.) 

561. ♦BERT COWLES 

B^Tn 7 Aug. i860 at Syracuse.N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1879-82. M, D. 
Interne at Rochester (N. Y.) City Hospital, 1882. Contracted diphtheria 
io the discharge of his duties and death resulted. 
IMed 23 Sept. 1882. 

562. LUCIUS PARMENAS DEMING 

Bom 27 Dec. 1859 at New Haven,Conn. Student from New Haven, 1880-2. 
M.D. Student in Yale University 1879-80. 
Physician at Syracuse since 1882. 

Married 7 Sept. 1885, Prances A. Whipple of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, 550 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



362 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1 882 

563. HENRY ALBERT DICKINSON 

Born 27 July 1859 at Cincinnatus, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y.. 
1878-82. *^T. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

I^w Student, 1882-4. Admitted to bar, Oct. 1884. Partner with Judge A. 
P. Smith from 1889 until the death of the latter in 1897. 

Pres. Board of Education of Cortland, N. Y. 1896. 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 



564. JOHN CRONISE DRAPER, Jr. 

Born 30 Aug. 1862 at Canandaigua, N. Y. Student from Canandaigua, 
1878-82. Z ^. B.S. 
Law Student at Buffalo, N. Y. Admitted to bar, Jan. 1885. 
Lawyer at Buffalo. 
Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 

565. * EMMA AUGUSTA EVERDING 

Born 8 Aug. 1858 at Brooklyn, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1878-82. A*. Ph.B. 

Missionary to Japan under auspices of the Woman's Foreign Missionary 
Society of the Meth. Epis. Church 1883-9. 

Died 13 Jan. 1892 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

566. JAMES EDWARD EVERETT 

Born 7 March 1839 at Hindon, Wiltshire, England. Student from Dan- 
bury, Conn., 1871-4, leaving college on account of poor health. A T. A.B, 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at West Sandy Creek, N. Y., 1877-8; 
Durhamville, N.Y., 1878-9 ; Richville, N.Y., 1879-80; Lisbon, N.Y, 1880-2; 
Point Peninsula, N.Y., 1882-5 ; Cedar Creek, N.Y., 1885-7 ; Vienna, N. Y., 
1887-90 ; Volney, N. Y., 1890-2. Residing inSjrracusc, N.Y., since 1892. 
Married 21 Dec. 1882, Annie E. Burrows of New York city. 
Children — Mabel Neely, born i Oct. 1886. 

Earl, born 15 May 1889 ; died 5 June 1889. 
Ralph Burrows, bom 13 June 1890. 
Beatrice, born 16 Mar. 1892. 
Residence, 508 Stinard Ave. , Syracuse, N. Y. 

567. A. BLAIR FRAZEE 

Born 30 Oct. 1859 ** Rome, N. Y. Student from Baldwinsville, N. Y., 
1879-82, two years. M.D. 

Physician at Elbridge, N.Y., 1882-90. Student at Phila. Polyclinic, 1890-1, 
part of the time an Asst. in the Eye department. Physician at Altoona, 
Pa., 1891-4. Has not practiced since 1894. 

Residence, Elbridge, N. Y. 



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568. LOUIS ELISHA FULLER 

Born 17 March 1862 at Vesper, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1878-82. 
ARE. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

Law Student at Syracuse, N. Y., 1882-4. Admitted to bar, 17 June 1884. 
Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., under firm names of Fuller, Kellogg & Fuller, 
audT. K. and L. E. Fuller, and Fuller, Fuller & Cook, 1884-95. In Insur- 
iDcc business, Rochester, N.Y., since 1895. 

Married 2 Dec. 1886, Nettie A. Curry (No. 660) of Oswego, N.Y. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

569. CAROLINE IDA GILGER 

Born II May 1861 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1879-82. 
Af B.Mus, 

Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music and Theory, Syracuse, N. Y., 
1882-5. 1° charge of musical department of Judson Institute, Marion, Ala. , 
1885-6; of same in Ward Seminary, Nashville, Tenn., 1894-5. Organist of 
English Lutheran church, Syracuse, three years, and of ist Meth. church, 
one year. Private teacher of piano and organ, Syracuse. Instructor in 
Syracuse University in place of Miss Guibault, spring term, 1896. 

Pupil of Moritz Moszkowski in Berlin and of Alexandre Guilmant in Paris 
—the one eminent as a composer, the other as an organist — in 1892-3, and 
has excellent recommendations from both. 

Has published **Kazzonk,** a novel, 1883; European letters in papers in 
1892; ♦•Christian Calendar," 1894 ; a song " When Shall We Meet," Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Residence, 1121 E. Gen. St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

570. FRANCIS DANIEL GOTT 

Bom II April i860 at Syracuse, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, 1879-82. 
♦ T. Ph.B. 

Uw Student, 1882-4, at Syracuse, N. Y. Admitted to the bar, Oct. 1884. 
Lavyer, partner of D. F. Gott, Esq., Sjrracuse, N. Y. 

Married 17 June 1886, Mary B. Leavenworth of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 501 James St, Syracuse, N. Y. § 

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571. CARRIE ESTELLA GREEN 

Bora 24 Oct. 1863 at Middlesex, N. Y. Student from Rushville, N. Y., 
1878-82. r ♦ B. B. Mus. 

Teacher of Music and Organist in M. E. church at Rushville, N. Y., 
since graduation. 

Residence, Rushville, N. Y. 

572. FRANK HAMLTON GREEN. 

Son of No. 2142 

Bom 7 Aug. 1856 at Homer, N. Y. Student from Homer, 1879-82. 






364 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVSRSITY 1882 

Physician at Homer since 1882. Sec. and Treas. Cortland Co. Med. 
Society since 1890. Health officer town of Homer, N. Y., since 1894, Pen- 
sion examining surgeon. 

Married Sarah A. Fraser of Prescott, Ontario. 

Children— MAnGARZT Sarah, born 19 Dec, 1884. 

Agnbs Roxanna, bom 19 Dec. 1884 ; died 30 Aug. 1885. 

Residence, Homer, N. Y. 

HIRAM SAMUEL GUTSELL 
1878-82. B.P. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts. ) 

573. NEWTON HALL 2d 

Born 22 April 1861 at Leyden, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1878-82. Z *. A.B. 

Cashier N. Y. Life Insurance Co., Syracuse, N. Y., 1882-3. City Editor 
Syracuse Courier, 1883-4. Engaged with Toledo Blade ^ Toledo, O., 1884. 
Engaged in mercantile business Omaha, Neb. 1885. Foreign representa- 
tive of Omaha Daily Herald, Since 1882, engaged in special microscopic 
work and member of National Society of Microscopists. 

Married 26 Aug. 1886, Mame Huffman of Omaha, Neb. 

Residence, unknown. ^ 

574. FRANK WILDER HEMENWAY 

Born 12 April i860 at Kendallville, Ind. Student from Mexico, N. Y., 
1878-82. AT. A.B. A.M. 1890. 

Engaged in Insurance, Watertown, N. Y., 1882-3. Farming 1884-7, a^ 
Zionsville, Ind. ,also 1885-6, teaching at same place. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. 
Pastor at Bringhurst, Ind.. 1887-8 ; Wheeler, Ind., 1888-90 ; Holley, N. Y., 
1890-93. Pastor Cong, church, Newton, Kan., 1893-97. Pastor M. E. church 
at Old Orchard, Mo., 1897-8. Was Registrar of Wichita Cong. Association; 
Moderator of Wichita Cong. Assoc, 1896. 

Married 27 Aug. 1884, M. Estella Sims (Daughter of Chancellor Sims) 
of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Child refi—CuARi,ns Sims, born 16 June 1886. 
Frank Ai:.i:.kn, born 15 June 1888. 
Ruth Sims, born 13 Jan. 1892. 

Residence, Zionsville, Ind. 

575. *EMILHENCKELL 
Born 20 Jan. 1859 at Herdecke, Germany. Student from Syracnse, N.Y,, 
1879-82. M.D. 
Married 22 May 1885, Anna Burgmiller. 
Child— AhVKMD, born 8 Jan. 1889 ; died 16 June 1890. 
Died 24 Mar. 1890 at San Antonio, Texas. 



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576. BERTHA HOLDEN (WILSON) 
Sister of Nos. 349, 473 and 474 

Born 17 Jan. i860 at Charlotte, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
187S-82. A ♦. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1885. 

Engaged after graduating in reading and translating French and Ger- 
man, and continued studies in History and Painting. Traveled in Europe 
18S4-5, visiting Great Britain, The Netherlands, Germany, Prance, Italy. 
Greece, Turkey, etc. 

Married 24 Feb. 1886, James William Wilson (No. 453, q, v, lot further 
record ) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 552 W. Onondaga St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

577. OUN RAYMOND HOWE 
Son of No. 1643 

Bom I Oct. 1858 at Spencer, N. Y. Student from Fabius, N. Y., 187&-82. 
A,B. A.M. 1885. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Oneida Lake, N. Y., 1882-3 • Delphi 
andOran, N. Y., 1883-4 ; New Hope and Kelloggsville, N. Y., 1884-6. 

Residence, Kelloggsville, N. Y. § 

578. OSCAR CURTIS KENYON (or KINYON) 

Horn 20 Jan. 1861 at Onondaga, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 
i>l7S-«2. A KB. A.B. A.M. 1888. 

Engaged as Subscription Book Agent, Syracuse, N. Y., 1882-3. Clerk 
in bookstore, Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-5. Principal Union School, Painted 
Post, N. Y., 1885-87. Principal Academy, Port Jervis, N. Y., 1887-8. 
Teacher of Physics, High School, S3rracuse, N. Y., since 1888, except one 
year spent in study. Traveled m Europe Summer of 1886. Has been 
influential in establishing a Manual Training Course in the Syracuse High 
^bool. Has published " Quantitative Exercises in Physics,** 1894. 

Married 30 June 1892, Frances A. Howell of Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Children — Bradford Howbi.1*, bom 2 May 1893. 
Lbonard Curtis, bom 25 Nov. 1895. 

Residence, no Lancaster Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

579. WILLIAM C. KITCHIN 

Bora 7 Sept. 1855 *t St. George, Ontario. Student from Oxford, Mich., 
1879-82. AT. A.B. A.M. 1884 (Philosophy). Ph.D. 1885 (Eng. Lit.). 

iinte^ed the missionary service of the Meth. Epis. Church immediately 
4iftcr graduation. Principal of Cobleigh Seminary, Nagasaki, Japan, 1882-5. 
Professsor of English Language and Literature in the Keio-Gi-Jiku, a large 
Japanese College at Tokyo, 1885-d. Professor of English Language and 
Literature in the Tokyo Anglo- Japanese University, 1886-8. Student at 
Harvard University, 188S-92. Instractor in English and History, Boston 
University, 1889-91. Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, Uni- 



366 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY l88: 

versity of Vermont, 1892-4. Professor of Romance Languages in same since 
1894. 

Has contributed many serial and other articles to various religious and 
secular papers, including the Independeftt and all the church papers of th< 
Meth, Epis. church, and a series in Wi^ Japan Mail entitled "The Christiat 
Rebellion in 1637," being the result of original researches into the history 
of Christianity in Japan in the i6th and 17th centuries. Was the correspond- 
ent from Japan of the San Francisco Daily Bulletin. Is author of several 
works in the Japanese language including "A Manual of Comparative Phi- 
lology," 1884-5 ; **The Resurrection of Christ Critically Considered," 1885 ; 
••Ethics on the Basis of Christian Ideas," 1886; **The Christian Religion 
and Modern Science," 1886 ; "Six Reasons why Japanese Students Ought to 
Study the Bible," 1886 ; "History of the English Language," Tokyo, Japan, 
1887 ; "Masterpieces of English Prose," 4 vols., Tokyo, Japan, 1888-9. Also 
"Paoli," an historical novel of Japan in the 17th centuar>', 1890 ; "Story of 
Sodom," 1 891. Has translated into the Japanese language, Bowne's "Diffi 
culties of Materialism," and Strong's "Gospel Harmony." Presided at th< 
first district conference in the history of Japanese Methodism, June 1885. 

Married 23 June 1882, Fanny Carlotta Furbeck (see Non-graduates) o 
Collamer, N. Y. 

Children— ^TiVtVL Carlotta, born 28 July 1883. 
Esmond Furbeck, bom 29 July 1884. 
, Howard W11.1.IAM, born 7 Mar. 1887. 
Bernard Lee, born 27 June 1891. 

Residence, Burlington, Vt. 

580. NICHOLAS KNIGHT 

Bom 2 April 1861 at Mexico, N.Y. Student from Mexico, 1878-82. ^ *5 
A.B. A.M. 1885. A.M. and Ph.D. 1888 (Geology). 

Teacher of Natural Science at Cazenovia Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y. 
1882-92. Graduate student of Chemistry at Strassburg, Germany, 1892—4 
and at John's Hopkins University, 1894-5. Professor of Chemistry at Ran- 
dolph Macon College, Ashland, Va., since 1895. Traveled in Europe in 
summers of 1889 and 1891. Has published "The Production of certain Oj^' 
lactones," in \h^ Berichle der deutschen Chemischen Gesellsha/t^ Berlin, 1894 ♦ 
"The Constitution of Benzanilid," in Amer. Chem. Jour,^ 1897; "The 
Absorption of Water by Ammonia under various Conditions," a pamphlet. 

Married 11 Aug. 1887, Anna M. Andas of Oneida, N. Y. 

CA//^— Harold Andas, born 4 Nov. 1890. 

Residence, Ashland, Va. 

581. EDWARD F. LAKE 

Born 28 April i860 at Brownville, Neb. Student from Tully, N.Y., 1880-2. 
M.D. 

Physician at Fabius, N. Y., 1882-3 ; Manlius, N. Y., 1883-6 ; Tully.N.Y., 
1886-7; Central City, Col., 1887-95; Denver, Col., since 1895. County 



t882 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 367 

Siipt, of Schools for Gilpin Co., Col., 1889, 1892 and 1893. Coroner of Gil- 
pin Co., 1894. 

Instructor in Principles and Practice of Surgery in Gross Med. College, 
Denver, Col. Surgeon to the Herman Strauss Free Clinic, Denver. Mem. 
Col. Sute Med. Society. 

Married 29 June 1882, Elizabeth Tily of Syracuse, N. Y. * 

Children — Alfred Tii,y, born 23 Mar. 1883. 

Winona E., bom 7 Jan. 1894 ; died 14 July 1894. 

Residence, Denver, Col. 

JOSHUA BATES LARNED 
1879-82. B.C.E. (See No. 432.) 

582. GEORGE PECK LOOMIS 

Born I May 1859 at Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Student from Wilkes-Barre, 
1878-82. ^ T. A.B. A.M. 1885. 
Admitted to the bar at Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Residence, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



583. SILAS DAY LOUGHMILLER 

Born 30 Nov. 1858 at Martinsville, Ind. Student from New Albany, Ind., 
187^2. B.Ar. 

In office of Henry Walters, architect, Louisville, Ky., 1883-4. With 
Swartzman and Buchman, New York city, 1884. Member of firm of Lough- 
oiUer Bros.. Hardware Merchants, New Albany, Ind., 1884-95. Salesman 
for Hildebrand Hardware Co. of Indianapolis, Ind., since 1895. 

Married (x) 30 Nov. 1886, Betsey J. Outsell (No. 703) who died 7 Nov. 
%; (2) 14 Dec. 1893, Annetta Belle VanDyke. 

Residence, 3108 N. W. Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

584. EMMA BROCKWAY NORTON (BROWNE) 

Bora 20 Nov. 1858 at Morrisville, N. Y. Student from Morrisville, 
187M2. r*B. B.S. 
Married 29 Oct. 1885, Willis E. Browne of Morrisville, N. Y. 
CAjT^—Edith Margubritb, bom 7 Apr. 1889. 
Residence, Morrisville, N. Y. 

585. EMMA REBECCA POTTER 

Bom 5 Apr. 1850 at Webster, N. Y. Student from Webster, 1880-2. B.P. 
Preceptress and Teacher of Drawing and Painting, Wilmington Confer- 
ence Academy, Dover, Delaware, since 1882. 
Residence, Webster, N. Y. (Address, Dover, Del.) § 



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586. BENSON HENRY REQUA 

Bom 3 Nov. 1858 at Juno, Wis. Student from Lima, N. Y., 187^ 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

Teacher of English Literature at Washington, Pa., 1882-4. Druggist 
Stationer at Batavia, N. Y., since 1885. 

Residence, unknown. ^ 

587. WILLIAM DEMOSTHENES ROCKWELL 

Bom 21 July 1854 at Esperance, N. Y. Student from Albany, N. 
1878^2. AT. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 188: 
Manlius Station, N. Y.. 1885-6; Mottville, N. Y., 1886-8. Residen 
S3rracuse since 1888. 

Married 29 June 1882, Corinna E. Lyon of West Troy, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

588. LEONARD A. SAXER 

Born 30 Oct. 1856 at Lockport, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. 
1879-82. M.D. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1882. Member Board of Educat 
Syracuse, 1891-8; President of the Board, 1896-8. 

Married 2 Apr. 1884, Nettie B. Wirth of Canastota, N. Y. 

Children — Leonard W., bom 16 Apr. 1885 ; died 16 Mar. 1892. 
Gbnevibvb Hbnribtta, bom 10 Apr. 1893. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

589. FRED W. SLOCUM 

Born 17 Sept. 1858 at Edgerton, Wis. Student from Camillus, N. 
1879-82. M.D. 

Physician to Rochester (N. Y.) City Hospital, 1882-3; at Ira, N. 
1884-5; Camillus, N. Y., since 1885. President Onondaga Co. 1 
Society, 1895-6. 

Married 27 June 1883, Ida M. Dixon of Camillus, N. Y, 

CA/7^— John David, bom 15 Aug. 1891. 

Residence, Camillus, N. Y. 

590. COLIN ALEXANDER SPALDING 

Born 25 Dec. 1859 ^^ Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuae, 187 
AKE. Ph.B. 

Engaged in cutlery business with firm of Spalding & Co., No. 
Jefferson St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. <^, 



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591. SAMUEL EDWARD SPROLE 
1 20 Apr. 1859 at Sjrracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1878-82. 

A.B. 
itractor and builder at Syracuse, N. Y., 1882-7. Teacher, Cicero, 
, i887-«. Student, Oswego State Normal School, 1888-9. Teacher of 
ral Sciences, Walton, N. Y., 1889-90 ; Palmyra, N. Y., 1890-1 ; High 
3l, Syracuse, N. Y., 1891-2 ; State Normal School, Mansfield, Pa., 
-5. Graduate student at Cornell University, 1895-6. Manufacturer of 
crayons, Syracuse, N. Y., since 1896. 
:stdence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

592. IDA ANZOLETTI SQUIRE (OUTSELL) 

E*m 15 Apr. 1856 at Sullivan, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

J-82. B.P. 

eacher of painting in New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, 

H., 1882-4. Teacher of Painting and Modeling in Norfolk College for 

ug Ladies, Norfolk. Va., 1884-6. 

[arried 24 June 1886, Hiram S. Outsell (No. 471, q, v. for further record) 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Ithaca, N. Y. 

593. WILLIAM JERVIS STEVENS 

Jorn 5 Dec. 1859 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Oneida, N. Y., 
'8-82. ^^T. B.S. 

Iccountant for Michigan Land and Iron Co. (Limited), at Marquette, 
ich., since Oct. 1882. 

iiarried 6 May 1885, of Marquette, Mich. 

Ckiidren — three. 

Residence, Marquette, Mich. 

594. FRANCIS EMORY TROWBRIDOE 

Bom 13 Apr. 1842 at Painted Post, N. Y. Student in Genesee College ; 
npleted course of study as a non-resident by the aid of private tutors, 
r. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

'eacher in public and private schools at Lyons, N. Y., and Lock Berlin, 
Y., 1861-3. For seven years Secretary, Treasurer and Director of West 
Bconsin Ry. Co., and North Wisconsin R. R. For several years clerk 
the Methodist Book Concern, New York City. Cashier of Asbury 
e Insurance Co., 1868-70. Traveled in Europe 1S76-7. From 1877-91 
iker and Broker, Member of New York Stock Exchange, Director of 
erican Exchange Bank, of the American Savings Bank, of the 
mean Safe and Deposit Co., and President International & Eastern 
^rraph Co. At present on the editorial staff of the Sun (New York); also 
lected with the New York Tribune. Second Vice-President of the 
•mational North and South American Transportation and Express Co. 



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370 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Has contributed many articles to leading daily papers ; on the E< 
Staff, City Department, of the New York Tribune siuce 1893. Tru 
Syracuse University, 1886-90. 

Residence, Union League Club, New York, N. Y. 

595. VANCE TURTELOT 

Brother of No. 832. Son of No. 2166 
Born 3 Oct. 1854 at Herkimer, N. Y. Student from Herkimer, il 
Ph.B. Ph.M. 1885. 

Law student at Syracuse, N.Y. Admitted to the bar, Feb. 1886. I 
at Syracuse until i July 1886 ; Pacific Grove, Cal., 1896-8 ; Syracuse 
1898. 
Married 28 June 1882, Hortense Carpenter of Norway, N. Y. 
Child re Ji — Vantia Vic, born 3 Feb. 1884. 

M11.1.1K Myra, born 7 June 1885. 
Zkpha Gaye, born 31 Dec. 1887. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

596. LORENZO DOW TYLER 

Born 12 Jan. 1852 at Damascus, Pa. Student from Damascus. i< 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

Principal Union School, Liverpool, N. Y., 1883-9. Entered Law 
Lewis & Wilson, Syracuse, N. Y., 18S9. Was admitted to the bari 
Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married 26 Oct. 1892, Kate Smith of Liverpool, N. Y. 

Residence, 225 Kellogg St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

597. JOHN GAINES VAUGHAN 

Born 5 Mar. 1858 at Arcadia, Tenn. Student from Hillsville, Va., 
A.B. B.D. (Drew Theo. Sera.) 1883. Ph.D. (E. Tenn. Wesleyan Uni^ 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at New Orleans, La., 1882-5: J 
boro, Ohio, 1884-7; Yellow Springs, O., 1887; Dayton, O., St 
church, 1887-92. Urbana, O., Grace church, since 1892. Trusts 
Orleans Univ., 1883-4. 

Has published various sermons and articles in secular and church ; 
and an ** Encyclopedia of Gem Illustrations." 

Married 19 Mar. 1884, Mary L. Shober of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Childreu — Ada May, born 10 Jan. 1885. 

William Klbrrt, born 16 June 1890 ; died 4 Mar. 189 

Residence, Urbana, Ohio. 

598. LEON HARRY VINCENT 

Born I Jan. 1859 at Chicago, III. Student from Belleville, N. Y., 1 
Z ^I'. A.B. 

Teacher at Bordentown, N. J., 1883-4. Spent a year in Europe, 
Has since been engaged in lecturing on literary subjects. 



ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 371 

Bas published •* A Study of Robert Browning,*' Philadelphia, 1890 ; 
on Keats, Hardy, John Lyly and similar subjects in Atlantic 
ioithly, etc. 

Karried 21 Aug. 1890, Jessie VanVleck Thomas of Titusville, Pa. 
lesidence. Philadelphia, Pa. (P.O. Box 911.) 

599. GEORGE STEWARD WEAVER 

Born 30 Nov. i860 at Pitcher, N. Y. Student from Cincinnatus, N. Y.» 

[tfto-2. two and one-half years. M.D. 
Physician at McDonough, N.Y., since 1883. On Board of Pension Examin- 
I for Chenango Co., 1884-8 and 1892-6. President Chenango Co., Med. 
:ty, 1884. 

Married 8 July 1884, Winifred Emerson. 

Child — Winifred, born 30 Oct. 1885. 

Residence, McDonough, N. Y. 

600. EDWIN MARVIN WELLS 

B«)m 2 Aug. 1857 at South New Berlin, N. Y. Student from Manlius, 
K.Y.. 187S-82. A KB. A.B. A.M. 1885. 

Liwyer at Syracuse, N. Y. Supervisor 6th Ward Syracuse, 1892 ; of i8th 
IFard. 1893-5. Member Assembly 4th Dist. Onondaga Co., 1896-7. 

Married 23 Jan. 1893, Nellie S. Morgan of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 206 Cortland Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

601. JOSHUA LEWIS WELTER 

B<^>ni 23 Feb. 1858 at Avoca, Pa. Student from Kingston, Pa., 1878-82. 
♦ T. A.B. .\.M. 1885. 

.\ssistant in Mathematics in Colorado State School of Mines, Golden, 

[CoL, 1882-3. Law student at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1884-5. Admitted to the 

June 1885. Traveled 1886-91. Teacher in Southwestern State Nor- 

School at California, Pa., 1891-2. In business at Dorranceton, Pa., 

1892. 

Residence, Dorranceton, Pa. 



Class of 1883 
602. albert a. aldrich 

Bom 20 Aug. 1855 at Addison, N. Y. Student from Elmira, N. Y., 

-3. M.D. 

Med. Supt. Onondaga Co. Insane Asylum, 1883-5. Physician at Addison^ 
B.Y., since 1885. Coroner Steuben Co., 1886-91, and since 1895. 
Manicd 23 Dec. 1884, Nettie A. Frazer of Clay, N. Y. 
Ciiitfr^— Grace, bora 16 May 1886 ; died 17 Sept. 1886. 
Bmii«y H., born 14 Aug. 1888. 
Ai«LEN R., born 13 Aug. 1894. 
ence, Addison, N. Y. 



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603. ELLA LOUISE BOOMER (HOWARD) 

Sister of Nos. 494 and 1278 

Born 4 June 1862 at Adams, N. Y. Student from Brooklyn, ILj 
1879-83. r*B. Ph.B. 

Married 13 Nov. 1886, Frederick H. Howard (No. 521, ^. v, lot 
record) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Hamilton, N. Y. 

604. KATE STELLA BURR 

Bom 29 Sept. 1865 at Cortland, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 
1879-83. B.Mus. 

Organist of First Baptist, Trinity Episcopalian and First lf< 
churches respectively, 1882-90; within this time director of Music, 
Seminary, Hamilton, N. Y. , two years. Organist, First Presbyterian ( 
Bingham ton, N. Y. , one year. Director of Music, Woodside Seminsxy,] 
ford, Conn. Since 1893 has resided in Newk York city. Organkti 
Director of music of Grace Meth. Epis. church. Concert accompan] 
leading N. Y. artists. Professional song>coach. 

Vice-President of N. Y. State Music Teachers* Assoc. Chainnia^ 
Musical History Com. of same, 1897-8. One of five N. Y. city 
selected to give Organ Recital in connection with the National 
Teachers' Convention, N. Y. city, 1897. Has composed songs that! 
been sung by prominent artists. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. 

605. ALEXANDER J. CAMPBELL 

Student from Trumansburgh, N. Y., 1881-3. M.D. Physician at 
ners, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N Y. g 



606. DEFOREST OWEN CHAMBERLAYNE 

Born 13 July i860 at Bolivar, N. Y. Student from Geneseo, N. 
1879-83. AT. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Allentown, N. Y., 1883 ; Derrick 
Pa., 1883-4; Portville, N. Y., 1884-6; Anaheim, Cal., 1886-90 ; Ni 
City, Cal., 1890-1 ; Tioga, Pa., 1891-3 ; Prattsburg, N. Y., 1893-4; 
port, N.Y.. 1894-8 ; Clarendon, and Hulberton, N.Y., since 1898. Ki 
Secretary of Genesee Conference, 1885. 

Married (i) 26 Aug. 1883, Nettie Baldwin of Syracuse, N. Y.; (2)5 
1894, Lura B. Look of Prattsburg, N. Y. 

C*/7^— Mai^garbt, born 24 Apr. 1884. 

Residence. Clarendon, N. Y. 



3 AJUUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 373 

607. MARY S. CLARK (PATCHELL) 

k>m 9 Nov. 186 1 at Woodville, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

r9-d3, r ♦ B. Ph.B. 

Traveled in Europe, 1883-4, and in 1892. Traveled in America, 1884-5. 

Resided at Woodville, N. Y., 1885-92. 

Married 24 Mar. 1892, Rev. Charles T. Patchell of Bay City, Mich. 

Residence, Bay City, Mich. 

608. MINNIE EUZA CURTISS (DINSMORE) 

Bom 21 Nov. 1861 at Perry ville, N. Y. Student from Onondaga Valley, 
*'. Y., i879-«3. r*B. Ph.B. Ph. M. 1886. 

Teacher in Drew Ladies* Seminary, Carmel, N. Y., 1883-4 ; High School, 
Adams, Mass., 1885-8 ; Kansas State Normal School. 1888-9. Spent a part 
of 1886 in Travel and Study in Europe. 
Harried 1889, Prof. Thomas H. Dinsmore of Emporia, Kan. 
CAiV^— Laird Curtiss, bom 22 Feb. 1892. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

609. JAMES DEVINE 

Brother of No. 991 

Born 5 Oct. 1858 at Navarino, N. Y. Student from Navarino, 1879-83. 
♦AB. A.B. A.M. 1887. 

Law student at Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-6. Admitted to the bar, Feb. 1886. 
Uwyer at Syracuse since 1886. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

610. DU GRAND DEWITT ERWAY 

Born 23 July 1854 at Hector, N. Y. Student from Hector, 1878-83, three 
years. M.D. 

PhysicianatManliusStation,N.Y., 1883-6; Elmira, N.Y., 1888-9 ; Leeds, 
^.Y., 1890-3 ; E. Syracuse, N. Y., since 1894. Health Officer at Leeds, 
'^1-3. President Board Trustees Meth. Epis. church, E. Syracuse, 1897. 
Member of Academy of Medicine, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married — July 1889, Lizzie A. Walker of Collamer, N. Y. 

^^idence, E. Syracuse, N. Y. 

611. CELIA FORD 
sister of Nos. 699 and 1220 

^wn 30 Dec. 1862 at Syracuse, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, 18S0-3. A.B. 
^H. i Univ. of Minn.) 1897 for resident graduate work. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek, High School, Syracuse, N.Y.. 1883-9. Prin- 
^1*1 Icma High School, Des Moines, la., 1889-91. Teacher of French and 
^^«^in*n, Iowa State College, Ames, la., 1892-6 ; of Latin, East Side High 
^^wl, Minneapolis, Minn., 1896-7 ; same. Girls' High School, New York 
«i^, since 1897. 

J^esidcnce, 56 W. 39th St., New York, N. Y. 



374 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1883 

612. HENRY RILEY FULLER 

Brother of No. 700 

Born 19 June 1862 at Wilton, Conn. Student from S3rracuse,N.Y., 1878-83. 
A K E. B. Mus. Also completed portion of course in College of Liberal 
Arts. 

Organist and Choir Master at Reformed church, Syracuse, N.Y., beginning 
10 Sept. 1883. Choir Master, Trinity church, Syracuse, N. Y., beginning 12 
June 1885. Choir Master, Grace church, Syracuse, beginning i Dec. 1885. 
Organist and Precentor of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1886 — ? Director of Music 
in Phoenix Academy, Phoenix, N. Y., 1884 — ? 

Married 15 May 1880, Genevieve Gardner of Syracuse, N.Y. 

Children — Louis Gardner, born 5 Oct. 1881. 

Harold William, born 18 Jan. 1886. 
Celeste. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. § 

613. EDWARD HORACE GALLOWAY 

Born 21 Jan. 1854 at Delphi, N. Y. Student from Delphi, 1880-3. M.D. 

Physician at Eaton, N.Y.; at Syracuse, N. Y- 

Married 27 June 1883, Hattie Augusta Kingsley of Johnstown, N. Y. 

CA»7f/— Willis Maxwell, born 12 Mar. 1884. 

Residence, 208 South Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

614. ROBERT HOLMES GERE 

Born 4 June 1859 at South Granby, N. Y. Student from South Gran by, 
1879-83. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1886. LL.B. 1898. 

Topographer in Adirondack State Land Survey under Verplank Colvin, 
1883, and drew some of the maps for the State Report. Business Agent of 
Syracuse Standard^ 1884. Joined local staff of Syracuse Herald^ Sept. 1885. 
State editor Syracuse Herald 1886. Sunday editor and supt. of illustrating^ 
dept., 1893-6. Student, College of Law, and in oflSce of Goodelle & Not- 
tingham, 1896-8. Admitted to the bar. 26 July 1898. Member of law finm 
of Gere & Church (No. 1359), 825 Univ. block, Syracuse. 

Married 25 Apr. 1893, Harriet Wilkinson Sexsmith of S3rracase, N.Y. 

C/r/7^— Katharine Townsend, born 6 Aug. 1894. 

Residence, 115 E. Beard Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

615. *JOHN SIDNEY GIBSON 

Son of No. -^s 

Bom 28 March 1863 at Troy, Pa. Student, 1877-9 and 1881-3. AT. A. 
Principal, Union School, Sherburne, N. Y., 1883-4 ; Union School, Otseg 
Mich., 1884-5, from which he resigned Feb. 1885 on account of failing healtB:' 
Married 13 Aug. 1884, Nellie A. Weller of Lima, N. Y. 
CA/7</— Ruth Weller, bom 15 Sept. 1885. 
Died 21 Oct. 1885 at Otsego, Mich. 



S3 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 375 

6i6. ♦MARY ETHEL GRIFFIN 

Bom 7 July i86i at Homer, N. Y. Student from Geddes, N. Y., 1879-83. 

♦. Ph.B. 

Died 9 Feb. 1885 at Geddes, N. Y. 

617. GEORGE NEWELL HALL 

Son of No. 264 
Born 23 July 1861 at Barker, N. Y. Student from Whitney's Point, N. Y., 
1881-3. M.D. Licensed from the Univ. of Pa. M.D., 1884. 

Physician at Whitney's Point ; Milford, Pa.; Binghamton, N. Y., since 
1884. Surgeon Erie R. R. Co., since 1886. Surgeon Binghamton City 
Hospital. Surgeon County of Broome, 1885. Sec. U. S. Pension Bocu-d, 
1S92. Surgeon Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. 
Married 1882, Myrtie D. Mason of Whitney's Point, N. Y. 
CA /A/— Collins L. N., bom 23 Jan. 1886. 
Residence, Binghamton, N. Y. 

618. WATSON SEYMOUR HAWKINS 
Brother of No. 8«i6 
Bi)ni 26 Oct. 1855 at Malone, N. Y. Student from Potsdam, N. Y., 
1S-5-S and 1882-3. AKE. A.B. 

Editor and publisher of St. Lawrence Herald at Potsdam, N. Y., 1878-82. 
Teacher of English at Trinity Hall, Washington, Pa., 1883-4. Reporter on 
Syracuse \^. Y.) Herald^ 1884. Teacher in Ives Seminary, 1884-5. Reporter 
<m ko%ne (N. Y.) Sentinel^ summer of 1885. Became editor and proprietor 
of The Weekly Reflex at Waterville, N. Y.. in the fall of 1885, and consoli- 
<iaie«lit with the Waterville Times ^ 1887. Editor of same to date. 
Married June 1890, Lucia Clark Candee of W^aterville, N. Y. 
Residence, Waterville, N. Y. 

619. EVERARD ALLEN HILL 

Boni 3 Dec. i860 at Pompey, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1^-83. ♦AS. Ph.B. 

law student at Syracuse, N. Y.. 1883-6. Admitted to the bar, Jan. 1886. 
^«^ Estate Clerk in office of Hiscock, Gifford & Doheny, 21 Syracuse 
Savings Bank Building. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1886. Has been 
^^ Alderman and once Supervisor. 

^^cd 30 July 1891, Olivia Gertrude Douglass of Harmony, N. Y. 

Ckildren^Hopn, bom 2 Jan. 1893. 

Charles J., bom 16 Feb. 1895. 

I^csidence, 1825 E. Genesee St. , Syracuse, N. Y. 

620. EDWARD SMITH HUNT 

^ 2 Aug. i860 at Watertowu, N. Y. Student from Adams, N. Y., 
^^3. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1886. 

^w student at Adams, N. Y., 1883 ; at Utica, N. Y., 1883-5. Admitted 
^0 the bar, Nov. 1885. Lawyer at Adams, N. Y. 



376 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 188$ 

Married 7 May 1890, Lena C. Brimmer of Adams, N. Y. 
Children — Edward S. Jr., bom 14 Apr. 1891. 

Ei«ECTA B., born 11 Mar. 1893. 

N. Brimmer, born 13 June 1895. 
Residence, Adams, N. Y. 

621. JOHN DUFFEY JAMISON 

Bom 18 Apr. 1858 at Canisteo, N. Y. Student from Canisteo, 1879-83. 
AT. A.B. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Napa (Cal.) Collegiate Institute, 1883-5. 
Salesman for B. F. Sawyer & Co., 310 and 312 Clay St., San Francisco, Cal. 
Member of firm of the Norton Tanning Co. since 1886. 

Married 31 Mar. 1886, Ida M. Norton of Napa, Cal. 

Child — Chester N., bom 22 Jan. 1897. 

Residence, 2242 San Jose Ave., Alameda, Cal. 

622. STELLA CELESTIA JONES 

Born 16 Sept. 1856 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1879-83. 
B.P. 

Teacher of Drawing and Painting at Beaver College, Beaver, Pa., 1883-4. 
Teacher of Art in Howard College, Fayette, Mo., 1884 — ? 

Residence, Fayette, Mo. § 

623. WILLIAM C. OSBORN MANN 

Brother of No. 713 

Born 21 May 1861 at Milford, Delaware. Student from Montoursville, Pa.^ 
in Dickinson College, 1879-80; in Syracuse University, 1880-3. A.B-. 
A.M. 1886. 

Hngaged in stock raising and farming at Minneapolis, Ottawa Co., Kansas-^ 
1883-4, and in Comanche Co., Kansas, 1884-5. Druggist at Kansas City, Mo. » 
and now at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Married 20 Aug. 1890, Lettie Walker of Kansas City, Mo. 

Children — Edgar C, born 14 May 1891. 
J. William, bom 21 Jan. 1894. 

Residence, 603 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

624. HARRY NORTON MARVIN , 

Born 6 Sept. 1862 at Jordan, N.Y. Student from Sj^acusc, N.Y., 1879-^3- 
AK E. A.B. A.M. 1886. 

Assistant in the electric laboratory of Thomas Edison, and Inspector f^ 
the Edison Electric Light Co. , 1883-5. Teacher of Physics in Trinity Schoc^i 
Tivoli, N. Y., 1885-6. Expert and manager of the Marvin Electric Dri^ 
Co. of Syracuse and Canastota, N. Y., since 1886. 

Police and Fire Commissioner at Canastota, N. Y., 1895-7. Member Amc**' 
\ can Institute Electrical Engineers. 



885 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 377 

Read paper on **ElectricRockDrill/*beforethe American Institute E.E., 
1S92. 

Married 14 Sept. 18S2, OramellaL. Tackabury (sister of No. 678) of Canas- 
tola, N- Y. (See Non -graduates. ) 

Children — Robert S., born 17 March 1885. 

Maud Marguerite, born 15 Nov. 1888. 
Donald W., born 29 March 1890; died 17 Jan. 1893. 
Kenneth T., born 19 June 1891. 
Daniel VV'., born 19 Feb. 1894. 
Residence, Canastota, N. Y. 



625. EDWIN SAMUEL MAXSON 
Brother of No. 626 

B'rtTi 26 Dec. 1 860 at Geneva, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1879-83. 
A.B. Ph.B. 1883. Ph.B. (Endymion College, Geneva, N. Y.) 1884. A.M. 
1886. M.D. (Syracuse) 1886. 

Physician at Syracuse. N. Y., 1886-90 and since 1892. Asst. Director of 
bternational Medical Missionary Society, N. Y. city, 1890-1. Student at 
X.Y. 1891-^2. 

Has published "Medical Mission Work'* in the Sabbath Recorder ^ 1889; 
'•Tbe Human Body Against Atheism *' in M Y, Med. Jour. ^ 1895 ; "Friend- 
ship among Physicians," etc. 

Residence, 818 Madison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



626. SARA MIRANDA MAXSON (COBB) 

Sister of No. 625 

Born 30 Sept. 1858 at Geneva.N. Y. Student from Syracuse.N. Y. , 1879-83. 
^♦. Ph.B. B.P. 1886. Ph.M. 1886 and Ph.D. 1890 (Art History). 

Director of Art School, Maine Wesleyan Seminary and Female College, 
^t'sHill, Me., 1886-90. Teacher of Drawing, State Univ. of Col., 1890-2. 
^*^ged in philanthropic work and the study of Social Science since 1892. 

^*^ed II Mar. 1890. Herbert Edgar Cobb of Kent's Hill, Me. 

J^idence, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 111. 



627. WILLIAM HENRY MAYNARD 

^ 6 April 1859 at Syracuse, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, 1880-3. M.D. 

^ysicianat So. Onondaga, N. Y., 1883-6; Syracuse, N. Y., since 1886. 

'Tblic Vaccinator for Syracuse, N.Y. , 1890. Physician to Onondaga Indians, 

^ed 18 Oct. 1883, Addie Louise Owen of Toledo, Ohio. 
Olj/</rr«— George Luctjs, born 28 Nov. 1885. 
Mildred Owen, born 21 Dec. 1887. 
J^csidencc, Syracuse, N. Y. 



378 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITV 

628. *HERBERT JOHNSON NIMS 

Son of No. 1937 

Bom 1 1 July 1851 at Manltus, N. Y. Student from Bianlius, 1881-3. 
Physician at Manlius, N. Y. Vestryman of Christ church, Manlii 
many years, and clerk of the same ; also church treasurer. 
Died 28 Aug. 1896 at Manlius, N. Y. 

629. THOMAS GILL NOCK 

Bom 13 Aug. 1859 at Windsor Locks, Conn. Student from Rome, ) 
1880-3. M.D. 

House Surgeon N. Y. Cancer Hospital, 1889. Coroner Oneida 
1892-8. Member Oneida Co. Med. Society. On the staff of Rome Hoi 
Rome, N. Y. Member Board of Police and Fire Commissioners, I 
1891-7. Trustee Presbyterian church, Rome, 1890-3. Trustee Onei^ 
Savings Bank. Director First Nat. Bank, Rome. 

Married 19 Nov. 1891, Jennie Gaylord of Rome, N. Y. 

Child — Ruth Caroline, bom i Feb. 1896. 

Residence, 211 W. Embargo St., Rome, N. Y. 

630. * SCOTT OWEN 
1880-3. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

631. HENRY HALE PEASE 
1879-83. Ph.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

632. * HELENA CANFIELD REYMON 

Born 12 Sept. 1858 at Cazenovia, N. Y. Student from Cazeno\4a, il 
r*B. B.P. 
Continued advanced study of Painting at home after g^duation. 
Died 2 Sept. 1894 at Syracuse, N. Y. 

633. DUNCAN M'CLELLAN SCHELL 

Born 8 Sept. 1844 in Etobicoke Township, Ontario, Canada. St 
from Woodstock, Can. at Victoria University (Coburg, Ont.), 1869-7: 
Syracuse University, from Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-3. A.B. A.B., adn 
(Victoria University) 1885. A.M. 1886. 

Clergyman, Metli. Epis. Pastor at Rensselaerville, N. Y., 1874; M 
Springs, N. Y., 1876-7; Ephratah, N. Y., 1877-80; Johnsonville, 1 
1880-1 ; Galway, N. Y., 1883-5 ; Broadalbin, N. Y., 1885-6 ; West Rv 
Vt., 1886-8; Benson, Vt., 1888-90. Supernumerary, 1890-3 ; Superann 
1893-5. Pastor at Bleecker, N. Y., 1895-6 ; Charlton and Burnt Hills, 
since 1896. 

Married 16 July 1873, Phoebe Cornelia Comwell of Hempstead, L. 

Child — Mabhl Beatrice Cornweli., bom i Sept. 1874. 

Residence, Charlton, N. Y. 



, ALUMNI OF SVRACUSB UNIVERSITY 379 

634. FRANCES CAROLINE SHOECRAFT 

Sister of No. 445 
k>m 4 July i860 at Oneida, N.^Y. Student from Oneida, 1879-83. T * B. 
B. 

Teacher in Hasbrouck Institute, Jersey City, N. J., 1883-6; Illinois 
male CoUej^e, Jacksonville, 111., 1886-7 J Cornell College, Iowa, 1887-91; 
iTsh Scbools, Los Angeles, Cal., 1891-2. 
Elesidence. Indianapolis, Ind. § 

635. CHARLES FREMONT SITTERLY 

Bom 4 June 1861 at Liverpool, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
879-«3. A'T- A.B. A.M. 1885 (Eng. Lit.). B.D. (Drew Theo. Sem.) 
886. Ph.D. 1886 (Eng. Lit.). 
Student of Theology, 1883-7. 

CleTg\-man, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Chester, N. J., 1886-8; Crawford, 
N.J., 18S8-9; Madison, N. J., 1889-90. Student at Oxford, Eng., and in 
Gennany at Heidelberg, Leipsic and Berlin, 1890-2. Adjunct Professor of 
N. Test. Greek and English Exegesis, DrewTheol. Sem., 1892-4. Professor 
of Biblical Literature at same since 1895. 

Has contributed articles to church papers and published a number of 
punphlets for students' use. 
Married 22 Dec. 1891, Julia Cobb Buttz of Madison, N. J. 
CAi/(/r^/f— Anson Buttz, bom 26 June 1893 ; died 2 May 1894. 

Bancroft Walker, bom 11 Sept. 1895. 
Residence, Madison, N. J. 

636. KATHARINA DINGMAN SMITH (REYNOLDS) 

Bom 18 Aug. 1859 at New London, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
187MJ3. B.P. 

Private teacher of Art at Clyde, N. Y., 1883. Studio in Geneva, N. Y., 
18B3-4. 

Married 19 Oct. 1882, Charles E. Reynolds of Geneva, N. Y. 

CAzWrf;/— Karl A., bora 3 Mar. 1884. 

Florences., born 10 Aug. 1885. 

Residence, Chicago, 111. g 

637. RICHARD J. STANTON 

^ora 12 Jan. 1857 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1880-3. 
M.D. 

Wiysidan at New York, N. Y. 
J^eadence, New York, N. Y. 

638. CHARLES FREDERICK THOMSEN 
Brother of Nos. 330 and 639 

fiom 18 Mar. 1858, at Phillipsburg, Canada. Student from Syracuse, 
^'- Y., 1879^3. B.Mus. 



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38o AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVKRSITY 18% 

Musical Director at Cenentary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J. 

since 1883. j 

Married 12 Aug. 1885, Harriette J. Long of Orange, N. J. * 

Residence, Paterson, N. J. § | 

639. LYDIA MARIE THOMSEN 

sister of Nos 330 and 638 

Born 27 June 1861 at Lyons, N. Y. Student, 1879-83. A *. A.B. 

Private tutor and student, Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-6. Teacher at Hartfofdt \ 
Conn., 1886-8 ; at C. C. I., Hackettstown, N. J., 1888-91. Student in Gci^ i; 
many, 1891-2. Teacher in Girls' High School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1892-3; f 
High School, Springfield, III., 1893-6. In Berlin, Germany, since 1896. ^. 

Residence, Berlin, Germany. ]' 

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640. CHARLES MARK TURTON 

Born 3 June 1861 at Kanona, N. Y. Student from Onondaga Valley,*^ 
N. Y., 1878-83. A.B. A.M. 1886. 

Principal of graded school at Rome, Pa., 1883-4 ; of public school at New ; 
Rochelle, N. Y., 1884-5; of public school at Wellsburgh, N. Y., 1885-^ 
Professor of Science and Higher Math., Farmington College, Ohio, 1889-91; 
Graduate student at Rutger's College and Harvard University, 1891-2. 
Science Master, English High School, Lynn, Mass., 1892-3. Teacher of 
Physics and Chemistry, So. Chicago High School, since 1893. 

Married (1) 25 Dec. 1884, Carrie M. Whitney of Wysox, Pa., who died 
1890. (2) 24 Dec. 1891, Emma Miller of W. Farmington, Ohio. 

Residence, 5713 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. 

641. WARREN WESLEY WALS WORTH 

Brother of No. 927 [ 

Bom 2 Mar. 1862 at Marlborough, N. Y. Student from Delhi, N. Y^ 
1879-83. AT. A.B. 

Traveled in Europe and the East, 1883-4. General reporter and aftcfw 
wards on editorial staff of Syracuse Standard^ 1884-9. Editor AnacondM^ ^ 
Standard since 1889. j 

Married 27 June 1886, Susan M. Peeso of Syracuse, N. Y. 1 

Children— Y^wsLtTLKy born 21 June 1888. 
Esther, bom 28 Aug. 1895. 

Residence, Butte City, Mont. 

642. RALPH H. WATKINS 

Born 5 Jan. 1861 at Camillus, N. Y. Student from Camillus, i88o-3» 
M.D. 

House Physician St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., l889-6* 
Physician to Onondaga County House, 1886-8; Wolcott, N. Y., since 1888L. 3 

Married 15 July 1891, Mary Addie Cornwell of Wolcott, N. Y. I 

C7f2^/^MARTiN CORNWKLI., born 29 May 1895. 

Residence, Wolcott, N. Y. 



_4 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 38 1 

643. FREDERICK H. WELLES 
r>m 18 Mar. 1861 at Fayetteville, N. Y. Student from Fayetteville, 
^x. M.D. 

louse Pliysician and Surgeon, Rochester City Hospital, 1883-4. Asst. 
ysician, Micliigan Asylum for Insane, Kalamazoo, 1885-9. Physician at 
terlin, ICas., 1S89-94 ; Tempe, Arizona, 1894; Nogales, Arizona, since 

Married 30 June 1890, Janet Lindsey of Prairieville, Mich. 
Children — Kenneth, bom 7 Dec. 1892 ; died 8 Jan. 1894. 

Miriam, bom 28 Aug. 1894. 

I^iNDSEY, bom 2 Sept. 1896. 
Residence, Nogales, Arizona. 

644. GEORGE EMANUEL ZARTMAN 
Brother of No. 408 

Bom 25 Nov. 1858 at Waterloo, N. Y. Student from Waterloo, 1879-83. 
AT. A.B. A.M. 1886. 

Teacher of Classics and Sciences in Waterloo Union School 1883 — ?; 
%bD student of law in same place. Banker at Waterloo, N. Y. 

Residence, Waterloo, N. Y. ^ 



Class of 1884 
645. abby merrill adams 

Born 25 Sept. 1842 at Farmington, Me. Student from La Crosse, Wis., 
l8hi-4- M.D. 

Physician to Home of the Friendless (Lying-in-Hospital), Leavenworth, 
Kan.. 1885-6 ; to Bethany Home (same), Minneapolis, Minn., 1886-8. Staff 
Physician, Ind. Central Hospital for Insane, Indianapolis, Ind., 1889-92. 
Has now a Sanitarium for Women at La Crosse, Wis. 

Residence, La Crosse, Wis. 

646. DE RESCO AUGSBURG 

Bom 31 Mar. 1859 at Theresa, N. Y. Student from Theresa, 1880-4. B.P. 

In charge of Art Department in New Hampshire Conference Seminary, 

Tilton, N. H. , 1884-5. Student in National Academy of Design and Teacher 

in the New York School of Languages, 1885-6. Director of Drawing, Key- 

ccone State Normal School, Pa., 1887-9. State Institute Instructor in Pa., 

1890-1. Director of Art Education, Salt Lake City, Utah, since 1891. 

Has published *'Dra¥dng Simplified/' Boston, a two-book system of 
dimwinii: : "Easy Drawings for the Geography Class,*' New York; also 
\y pamphlets and maga2dne articles. 
Married 14 June 1893, Edna Kimball. 
Child— Sov, bom 23 July 1897. 
Residence, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



382 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY l9^] 

647. WILLIS GILBERT BABCOCK 

Born 28 Aug. 1855 at Constantia, N. Y. Student from Con8taiitit« 
1881-4. M.D. 
Physician at Constantia, N. Y., 1886-91 ; Cleveland, N. Y., since 1891. 
Married 6 Nov. 1884, Lillian Downing of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Cleveland, N. Y. 



648. MORGAN KING BARNUM ) 

Born 6 Apr. 1861 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, iSSo^'i "^ 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1887. J-. 

Machinist in N. Y. L. E. & W. Railroad shops at Susquehanna, Pfc|-j ■: 
1884-5. Machinist in shops at Homellsville, N. Y., 1885-6. Assistant is j ". 
office of Supt. of Motive Power Erie R. R., Buffalo, N. Y., 1886-7. Genend j 
foreman Erie R. R. shops, Salamanca, N. Y., 1887-9. General foremaa. 
Louisville and Nashville R. R. shops, Decatur, Ala., 1889. Asst. Maitafv 
Mechanic A. T. & S. F. R. R., Kansas City, Mo., 1889-90. Supt 8hopi'-i;. 
Union Pacific R. R., Cheyenne, Wyo., 1890-1. Master Mechanic Unio«:.^r. 
Pacific R. R., No. Platte, Neb., since 1891. 

Published "A preliminary List of the Birds of Onondaga County," fa 
Bull. Biological Lab., Syracuse University, No. i, Feb. 1886. 

Married 18 Oct. 1887, Emily Rice Maginness of New Albany, Ind. 

Children — Josbphinb R., bom 25 July 1888. 

Edmund M., born 5 Feb. 1892. "^ 

Richard F., born 4 Apr. 1894. ^^ 

Residence, North Platte, Neb. 

649. HARRIET AMELIA BLAKESLEE (WALLACE) ^. : 

Born 16 Sept. 1862 at Sauquoit, N. Y. Student from Clifton Sprinp^ ] ^ 
N. Y., 1880-4. KKP. B.Mus. J • 

Teacher of Voice Culture and Piano, Danville Ladies' College, DaiiviU%- c, 
Va., 1884-5. Private teaching after 1885. Organist in Trinity Meth. Bpil. : '^ 
church, Oswego, N. Y., 1890-4. 

Married i July 1885, W. L. Wallace (No. 734, g. v. for further record) of r 
Oswego, N. Y. I 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 1 

650. EDWARD DUDLEY BREED 

Born 15 Sept. 1863 at Phoenix, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y^ 
1880-4. B.C.E. 
Civil Engineer with headquarters at Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Fayette Place, Syracuse, N. Y. J 

651. ARTHUR EUGENE BRIGDEN 

Born 27 Apr. 186 1 at Moravia, N. Y. Student from Moravia, i88o-4« 
♦ K^J'. Ph.B. 
Special Agent of Northwestern I^ife Insurance Co., at Aabom, N. Y., 



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4 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 383 

i4-6. Student in Auburn Theological Seminary, 1886-9. Pastor of ist 
esbyterian cliurcli, Attica, N. Y., since 1889. 
Married 31 I>ec. 1884, Carrie E. Gardner of Marathon, N. Y. 
Residence, Attica, N. Y. 

652. ♦FRANK O. BRIGHT 
Bom 26 Jan. 1861 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Hamilton, N. Y., 

881-4. M.r>. 

Interne at St. Joseph's Hospital. Syracuse, N. Y., 1884-5. Physician 
to Ononda^^ Alms House, 1885-6. Surgeon to the El Oro Mining Co. at El 
Oro. Mexico, 1886-95. 

Died 12 Nov. 1895 at Mexico City, Mexico. 

653. AUGUvSTINE W. BROADWAY 
Bom 16 Nov. 1854 at Blandford, England. Student from Brantford, 
Ont.. 1880-4- *K ♦. A.B. A.M. 1885 and Ph.D. 1886 (Chr. Evid.). 

Clergyman , Meth. Epis. Pastor at Cardiff, N. Y. , 1 884-6 ; Palmyra, N. Y. , 
1886-8 ; Sodus, N. Y., 1888-91 ; Syracuse, N. Y., West Genesee St. church, 
1891-7 ; Geneva, N. Y., since Oct. 1897. 
Married 21 Jan. 1880, Mary E. Winskell of Brantford, Ont. 
Children — I^ENA, bom 10 Dec. 1880. 

Wii,LAMiNA, born 24 April 1885 ; died 29 Aug. 1886. 
Kenneth Edwin, born 15 Aug. 1890. 
Residence. Geneva, N. Y. 

654. CORNELIA LYDIA BROWN 
Bom 22 Nov. i860 at McGrawville, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y., 

18S0-4. r*B. B.p. 

Tcacber of Painting at Cortland, N. Y., since graduation. 
Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

655. IZORA CECILIA SWARTZ (CHANDLER) 

Sister of Nos. 677 and 783 

Born 17 Oct. 1850 at Livonia, N. Y. Non-resident student from Lockport, 
N- Y., 1882-4. AT (Cornell University). B.P. M.P. 1887. 

Teacber of Art. Studio with Decorative Art Society, Buffalo, N. Y., 
1884-5. Has published (i) Books : " Anthe ," New York, 1884; "Methodist 
Hpiscopalianism, " a church history; /'Three of Us," annual stories; 
•• A Dog of Constantinople,'* a romance ; (2) Stories for various publications. 
Art and music critic on Christian Advocate^ N. Y. Traveled in Europe, 

1886-7. 
Married Oct. 1869, Rev. G. W. Chandler of Rochester, N. Y. 

OlaV</— George Fletcher, bom 13 Dec. 1872 (now M.D. at 75 west 

I2th St.. N. Y. city). (Sec Non-graduates.) 

Residence, Van Dyck Studio, 8th Ave. and 56th St., New York, N. Y. 



584 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY iS 

656. SILAS GILDERSLEEVE COMFORT 

Born 27 Apr. 1863 at Triangle, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. \ 
1879-84. *Ae. B.C.E. B.Ar. 1884. M.Ar. 1887, on examination. CJ 
(Penn. Military College) 1889. 

Asst. Professor of Mathematics and Technical Drawing at Pennsylvani 
Military College, Chester, Pa., 1884-9. Professor of Bridge Engineering al 
same, 1889-92. Professor of Engineering at same since 1892. In 189S 
elected Vice-President Penn. Military College, with rank of Lieut. Col. d 
Infantry, State of Penn. Associate American Society Civil Engineen 
since 1891. 

Married 28 June 1892, Helen M. de Lannoy of Chester, Pa. 

Chiidren — Martha de Lannoy, bom 13 June 1893. 
P'rkdkric de Lannoy, born 10 July 1896. 

Residence Chester, Pa. 

657. ARTHUR COPELAND 

Born 12 Feb. i860 at Clarendon. N. Y. Student from Clarendon, i88a-^ 
^'T. A.B. A.M. 1887. 

Associate editor of Xc7c York Voicc^ 1884-5. Clergyman, Meth. Epu 
Pastor at Cato, N. Y., 1885-6 ; Auburn, N. Y., 1886-8 ; Clyde, N. Y., 1888-91 
Penn Yan, N. Y., 1891-4; Seneca Falls, N.Y., since 1894. 

Has published *• William Wordsworth," in Methodist Revieiu^ 1894; Litei 
ary correspondence in church papers ; Poems in N. Y. Sun and Rocheste 
Pemocrat and Chronicle, Has lectured in Canada and the States on ** Joh 
Ericsson," ''Spurgeon and His Times," "Dean Stanley," "Tennyson 
Maud," "Grant," "Walt Whitman, the Bard of Democracy." Member < 
the American Institute of Christian Philosophy. 

Married 19 Oct. 1887, Blanche E. Andrews of Auburn, N. Y. 

Children — Jno. Wordsworth, born 28 Nov. 1891. 
Dorothy Louise, bom 15 Jan. 1896. 

Residence, Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

658. FRANK DUDLEY CORSE 
Brother of No. 988 

Born 16 Sept. 1859 at Buck's Bridge, N. Y. Student from Ilion, N. Y 
1880-4. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1887. 

Editor and publisher of Sandy Creek News at Sandy Creek, N. Y., sine 
8 Jan. 1885. 

Member and Secretary Board of Education, Sandy Creek, 1889-9 
President of the village, 1895. Secretary of Fire Dcpt. of the yillag 
1896-7. 

Married 4 Oct. 1888, Ella B. Nichols of Sandy Creek, N. Y., who dieds 
Apr. 1897. 

C//i/rt'— Spencer, born 29 Apr. 1897. 

Residence, Sandy Creek, N. Y. 



I AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 385 

VINCENT AZARIAH CRANDALL 
1881-4. M.D. (See No. 291. ) 

659. ♦ANNA FISKE CROWELL 

Born 28 Jan. 1852 at Isle La Motte, Vt. Student from Chazy, N. Y., 
1881-4. M.D. 

In South America, 1884-5. Graduate student in Medicine, 1887. Physi- 
dinat New York city. 1887 ; Buffalo, N. Y.. 1887-8. Co-i>artner with Dr. 
Electa B. Whipple (No. 250) of Buffalo, May 1888. 

Died 2 Sept. 1888 at Buffalo, N. Y. 

660. NETTA ALIDA CURREY ( FULLER ) 

Boru 1 1 Sept. 1861 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, 1 881-4. A *. 
B.Mite. 

Teacher of Music and Modern Languages in Seymour Smith Institute, 
Pine Plains, N. Y., 1884-6. Organist of Reformed church, Syracuse, N. Y., 
1S8S-95 ; of Brick church, Rochester, N. Y., since 1895. Also teacher of 
Piano, Organ, Harmony and Sight Reading. Accom})anist of Syracuse 
Hadrigal Club for four years. Secretary of Morning Musical Club until 
Tonoval from Syracuse. Has done much work as accompanist especially in 
Omorios. 

Married 2 Dec. 1886. Louis E. Fuller (No. 568) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

661. GEORGE BYRON DEUEL 

Born 15 Mar. 1852 at Middlegrove, N. Y. Student from Saratoga Springs, 
N.Y., 1880-4. ♦«♦. Ph.B. Ph. M. 1887. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 
^^-5; of same in Bellevue Collegiate Institute, Caledonia, Mo., 1885-8; 
<rfsanie in Prep. Dept. N. W. University, Evanston, 111., 1890; of same in 
^*>ine Wes. Seminar>' and Female College. Kent's Hill, Mo., 1893-6. 

blamed i Sept. 1887, Cora Emily Miller of Fulton, N. Y. 

C^i/rf-FLORENCB Hannah, born 5 Jan. 1889. 

J^«8idence, Fulton, N. Y. 

662. CHARLES MAJOR EDDY 

8cm of No. 55 

^>ni 22 Sept. 1861 at Scottsville, N. Y. Student from Clifton Springs, 
KY.,i88(v.4. ♦T. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1887. 

City Editor of Syracuse Courier, 1884. Student at Drew Theo. Seni., 
^'•dison, N. J., 1884-5. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at East Palmyra, 
^- Y., 1885-6 ; Benton Centre, N. Y., 1886-9. Secretary Y. M. C. A. Coming, 
'^•V.andHomellsville, N. Y.. 1889-90. Pastor at Syracuse, N. Y., Furman 
Stclmrch, 1890-3; Cazenovia, N. Y., 1893-7 ; Auburn, X. Y., since 1897. 

Jttrried 23 Sept. 1885, Nellie D. Lennox (see Non -graduates) of Lowville, 
N. Y. 
l^esidence, Anbum, N. Y. 



386 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1884 

663. JOSEPH THIBAULT DIDIER FISCHER 
1881-4. Ph. B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts. ) 



664. SYLVIA LOUISA FOX . 

sister of No. 510 j 

Born 6 Oct. i860 at North Western, N. Y. Student from North Western, : 

1880-4. Ph.B. i 

Graduate student, 1884-5. Type writer in Chicago, 111., Fall of 188^ \ 

Engaged in Church and Sunday-school work connected with the Centnl J 

Meth. Epis. church of Newark, N. J., 1886-7. City Missionary in New j 
York city since 1887. 

Residence, 129 E. loth St., New York, N. Y. 



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665. WILLIAM ANSON GERE 

Brother of No. 513 

Born 3 Sept. i860, at Belle Isle, N. Y. Student from Belle Isle, 1879-81 ^^ 
and 1883-4. 4^ r. A.B. 

Manager of Work B of the Onondaga Coarse Salt Association, 1884-93. 
Surveyor for Solvay Village, 1893-4. Engineer in charge of the Solvay 
Village water works, 1894. Leveler on the New York State canals since 1896. 
Member of the firm of Jas. M. Gere & Sons, miners and dealers in North 
Carolina mica, 1SS8-9. 

Married 4 June 1890, Carrie Munro of Belle Isle, N. Y. 

C/r//fl?r^«— Helen Soph RONiA, born 8 Apr. 1891. 
Willi AM Stanton, born 28 July 1894. 
Marian Wormuth, born 29 Nov. 1895. 

Residence, Solvay, N. Y. 

666. RUTH ELIZABETH GUIBAULT i. 

1880-4. B.Mus. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) j 



667. REUBEN CALDWELL HANCHETT 
1881-4. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

668. NELLIE LAKE 

Bom 6 Jan. 1863 at Albion, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1880^4. 
A 4». B.Mus. 

Private Teacher of Music, Syracuse, N. Y., 1884-5 I *l8o Assistant Organ- 
ist at Reformed church. Teacher of Music at Genesee Wesleyan Seminazy, 
Lima, N. Y., since 1885. 

Residence, Lima, N. Y. i^ 



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884 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 387 

669. 'JAMES O. LONGSTREET 

Student from Mexico, N. Y., 1880-4. M.D. 
Pbysician at Cardiff, N. Y. 
Diod — . 



670. EDWARD CLARK MOREY 

Bom 10 Feb. 1862 at Geddes, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1880-4. AT. A.B. A.M. 1887. A.M. (Harvard) 1892. 

Teacher of Greek and Latin, Cazenovia Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 
1884-5. Salesman with Wolcott & West, S>Tacuse, N. Y., 1885-6. Teacher 
of Latin and Greek at Vermont Methodist Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 
18S6-90. Graduate Student of Classical Philology, Harvard University, 
1S90-2. Teacher of Latin and History, Roxbury I^tin School, Boston, 
1S92-3 ; of Greek and Latin, Belmont (Cal.) School, 1893-6. Professor of 
Latin, Allegheny College, since 1896. 

Married 22 June 1892, Ida Sawyer Alward of Columbus, Ohio. 
Child r-grn — RuTH Edson, bom 20 May 1893. 

Robert Wili.is, born 6 Apr. 1898. 
Residence, Meadville, Pa. 

671. DWIGHT HENDERSON MURRAY 

BOrn 31 Aug. 1861 at Altmar, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1881-4. M.D. 

Graduate student at New York City Post-Graduate Hospital, at Berlin 
and at Vienna. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., during entire professional career. Presi- 
dent of Onondaga Medical Society. 

Married 21 Oct. 1884, DoraM. Loomis of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Chiidren^H. Loomis, born 3 Nov. 1888. 

Floyd Hbndbrson, born 12 Apr. 1893 ; died 30 Oct. 1893. 
Ci^ARA Margarbt, born 8 May 1894. 
Residence, 426 James St , Syracuse, N. Y. 



672. HUGH PARKER 

Bom 10 Jan. 1861 atStockbridge, N. Y. Student from Munnsville, N. Y., 
1880-4. ♦ T. Ph.B. 

Teacher at Trenton, N. Y., 1884-5. Teacher of Natural Science at Troy 
Conference Seminary, Poultncy, Vt., 1886. Editor and proprietor of The 
Oneida (N. Y,) Dispatch 1886-92. Editor and Proprietor of The Oneida Post 
since 1892. 

Married 14 Jnne 1888, Clara E. Sargent (see Non-graduates) of Ilion, 
N. Y., who died 8 Oct. 1895. 

Residence, Oneida, N. Y. 



388 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1884 

673. CHESTER WINFIELD PORTER 
Born 3 Sept. 1861 at North Western, N.Y. Student from North Western, 
1880-4. ^ T. B.S. 

Engaged in agriculture and cheese manufacturing at North Western, 
N. Y., since graduation. Member of Assembly from 3d Dist. Oneida Co., 
1892 ; Member of Assembly from 2d Dist., Oneida Co., 1893. 
Residence, North Western, N. Y. 

674. MAUDE GENEVIEVE REYNOLDS (BARKE\0 

Born 20 Dec. i860 at Granby, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1879-84, three years. A *. B.P. 

Teacher of Art in Beaver College, Beaver, Pa., 1884-6; also private 
teacher at New Castle, Pa. 

Married 7 Oct. 1886, Levi Barkey of Chicago, 111. 

Residence. Chicago, 111. i^ 

675. WILLIAM JOHN SMYTH 

Born 14 Mar. • 1846 at Belfast, Ireland. Student in Toronto University 
(two years), and Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario (two years), and 
Knox College (three years in Theology). A.B. (Queen's University) 1881. 
Ph.D. (Illinois University) 1882. B.S. 

Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor St. Andrews church, Uxbridge, Ont., 
1878-82 ; of 1st church at New Carlisle, Ohio, 1882-3. Principal of the 
Ladies' College, Oshawa, Ont., 1883-4. Pastor of St. Joseph's-St. Presby- 
terian church. Montreal, since July 1885. 

Has published *'The Spirit of Thanksgiving," pamphlet. New Carlisle, 
Ohio, 1883. " The Mound Builders" in Record of Science^ Montreal, 1886. 
Was one of the lecturers in the Sommerville course at Montreal, 1886. 

Married 10 Feb. 1870, Sarah Bagshaw of Brock, Ont. 

Children — Wai^ter H., born 19 Nov. 1870. 
Oswald, born 4 Oct. 1873. 
Laura Isabella, born 22 Apr. 1876. 

Residence, Montreal, Canada. ^ 

676. CALVIN GAY STEVENS 

Bom 31 Mar. 1862 at Fairmount, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1881-4. M.D. Student in Coll. of Lib. Arts, 1879-81. A K E. 

Graduate student at St. Thomas Hospital, London. Physician to St. 
Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y. Physician at Syracuse, 1885-6 ; Water* 
town, N. Y., since 1886, practice being limited to diseases of the eye, 
throat and nose. 

Married 14 June 1887, Addie Brown of EHisburgh, N.Y. 

Children — Aubrey Brown, born 11 April 1888. 

Marjorie Houghton, bom 21 Mar. 189a 

Residence, Watertown, N. Y. 



l884 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 389^ 

677. HERBERT W. SWARTZ 
Brother of Nos. 655 and 783 

Bom 4 Dec. 1857 at Woodstock, 111. Student from Cortland, N.Y., 188 1-4. 
AT. M. D. 

Missionary to Japan sent by Missionary Soc. of Meth. Epis. Church, since 
1^4. Asst. Publishing Agent, 1887-8. Pub. Agt., 1888-9. Presiding 
Elder since 1896. In America for benefit of health, 1898 — . 

Has published many articles both in English and in Japanese. Associate 
Editor ''Michi No Shiori'' (Guide to Holiness), a monthly — since 1893. 
Writer of Japanese tracts. 
Married 22 Aug. 1884, Lola M. Reynolds (see Non-graduates) of Syracuse, 
I N. Y. 

Children — Seymour Grand ai.l, bom 30 Sept. 1886. 

Warren Reynolds, bom 24 Sept. 1888 ; died 29 Mar. 1891. 
Ruth, born 25 Dec. 1889. 
Miriam, born i Nov. 1893. 
Residence, 12 12 East i6th St., Oakland, Cal. 

678. GEORGE WESLEY TACKABURY 

Bom 26 July 1863 at London, Ontario. Student from Canastota, N. Y.> 
1880-4 A K E. A.B. Ph.B. 

Traveled in Europe, 1884. Manager of Salesmen of iron manufacturing 

companies in Michigan, 18S5. With T. W. Durston & Co., Booksellers, 

Syracuse, N. Y.. 1885-6. With Wolcott & West, vSyracuse, N. Y., 1886-?. 

f Was also interested in orange growing at DeLand, Fla., and poultry raising 

at Canastota, N. Y. 

Residence, Topeka, Kan. § 

679. JAMES HARROUN TALBOTT 
Brother of No. 1420 
Bom 21 Nov. 1862 at Utica, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1880-4. 
Z ^, A.B. 

Engaged with his father, Thomas Talbott, in business at Syracuse since 
1884. 

Married 18 Apr. 1889, Alice Bristol Griffith (granddaughter of Rev. Dr. 
Bristol, trustee) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children — Thomas, bora 9 Mar. 1892 ; died 2 June 1892. 
Helen, born 28 Dec. 1894. 
Robert, born 28 April 1897. 

, born 13 Nov. 1898. 

Residence, Cor. Madison St. and Irving Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

680. CHARLES FREDERICK TAYLOR 
Brother of No. 681 

Bom 27 March i860 at Lewistown, 111. Student from Mooer's, N. Y., 

1880-4. 2 ♦. B.C.E. 
Assistant Engineer Canada Atlantic Railway, 1884. Teacher at Mooer's, 



390 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 1884 

N. Y., 1884-5. Assistant Superintendent of Newark (Ohio) Water Works, 
1885-6. Chief Draughtsman for Watertown (N. Y.) Steam Engine Works, 
and Construction Bngineerfor Kankakee (111.) Water Company, 1886. Chief 
Inspector at Hamilton, Ont., for the Belleville, Ont., Water Works, 1887, 
Const. Engineer and Supt. Zerlin,Ont., Water Works, 1888. Div. Engineer 
Kinderhook & Hudson R.R., 1889-90. Principal Asst. Engineer (in charge 
of city distribution) with the Syracuse Water Board since 1890. 

Married 27 Mar. 1888, Emma R. Gibbs of Hamilton, Ont. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

681. HENRY LEWIS TAYLOR 
Brother of No. 680 
Bom I Jan. 1855 at Fort Edward, N. Y. Student from Mooer's, N. Y. » 
1880-4. A.B. A.M. 1885 (Latin). Ph.D. 1887 (Greek). 

Principal of Yates Union Free School and Academy, Chittenango, N. Y. ^ 
1884-7. Principal and Supt. Union and High School, Canandaigua, N. Y. 9 
1887-94. Traveled in Europe, Africa and Asia, much of the distance on ^ 
bicycle, 1894-5. Principal High School, Troy, N. Y., 1896-7. In Regents'* 
Office since 1897. Had highest record in Civil Service examination fo^ 
Chief Examiner, August, 1895. 

Has published several articles in various papers. 
Notary Public. 1886-94. 

Married 24 June 1885, Marion Eunice Giddings of Baldv^ansville, N.Y. 
Children — Anna Mabkllk. born 10 July 1888. 
Elizabeth Lanb, born 27 Apr. 1890. 
Hbnry Burr, born 27 Sept. 1891. 
Residence, Albany, N. Y. 

682. EZRA SQUIER TIPPLE 

Brother of No. 1263 

Bom 23 Jan. 186 1 at Camden, N. Y. Student from Camden, 1880-4. ^'^ 
A.B. A.M. 1885 and Ph.D. 1886 (Eng.Lit.). B.D. ( Drew Theol.Sem.)i8S^ 

Student in Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1884-7. Clergw? 
man, Meth. Epis. Pastor in New York city, St. Luke's church, 1887-9^ 
Grace church, 1892-7 ; St. James church since 1897. 

Special correspondent of New York Tribune^ Summer of 1885. Presidex^ 
Syr. Univ. Alumni Assoc, 1896-7. Alumni Trustee of Syracuse University 
since 1897. 

Has contributed numerous articles to pap>ers and magazines. 

Married 24 June 1897, Edna Estelle White of Detroit, Mich. 

Residence, 1981 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

683. HARLEY DAYTON WADSWORTH 

Bom 14 Sept. 1856 at West Monroe, N. Y. Student from N. Syracuse, 
N.Y., 1880-4. ^Ki'. A.B. A.M. 1887. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Livingston, Montana, 1884-5 ; Fhillps- 
burg, Montana, 1885-? 



l®4-5 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 39I 

Married (1)4 Sept. 1884, Nettie L. Baum of Hanover Court House, Va., 
wbo died 19 April 1885 at Livingston, Montana; (2) 1889, Edith Dell of 
Lebanon, Mo. 
Residence, Blaine, Wash. 

684. FRANK ROBINSON WALKER 

I 

1880-4. A.B. (Sec Faculty Record, College of Law.) 

ELECTA B. WHIPPLE 
1882-4, M.D. (See No. 250.) 

685. ANNE GRACE WIRT 

Bora 27 Nov. i860 at Albion, N. Y. Student from Albion, 1880-4. A *. 
Ph.B. Ph.M. 1887. 

Preceptress of State Normal School, Mansfield, Pa., 1884-7. Student in 
Geraiany and Paris, 1887-8 and 1891-2. Preceptress, Gen. Wes. Sem., 
Lima, N. Y., 1888-91. Teacher of German, Free Academy, Norwich, 
^^ Y.. 1892-3 ; Lima, N. Y., 1893-5. Professor of German and French, 
Denver University, Denver, Col., since 1895. On leave of absence, 1898-9. 

Residence. 352 W. Onondaga St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



Class of 1885 

686. FRANCES A. ADAMS 

Born 17 May 1854 at Sjrracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1882-5. 

M.D. 

Physician in Dr. Van de Warker's Sanitarium, Syracuse, N. Y. 1885-7. 
Obstetrician in Womens and Childrens' Hospital, Syracuse. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

687. CHARLES DANFORD BEAN 

Born 21 Apr. 1862 at Marion, N. Y. Student from New York city. * K 4^. 
BS. (Hobart College) 1882. Ph.B., on exam. LL.B. (Endymion College) 
J^. A.M. (Allegheny College) 1886. 

Traveled in Europe, 1882-3, Law student in office of Major Bean, Geneva, 
^^- Y. Lawyer at Geneva, N. Y., since 1884. 

Has published "Geneva Historical,** now in 3d ed. ; many papers and 
•rtidesin newspapers; two addresses entitled " College Life " and "Over 
tie Ocean." 

Justice of the Peace, 1887-91. Justice of Sessions, 1889-91 and 189 1-3. 
President Delphian Historical Society, 1889. 

Residence, Genera, N. Y. 



392 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY l88iS 

688. CHARLES COMSTOCK BRILL 

Born I Jan. 1862 at North Western, N. Y. Student from Ilion, N. Y-, \ 
1881-5. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1886 ( Chemistry;. 

Graduate student in Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University, 1885-^ 
Teacher of Chemistry and Physics in Norwich University, Northfield, Vt., 
since 1886. 

Residence, Northfield, Vt. § 

689. JESSE LINCOLN BRONNER 

Born 3 Mar. 1865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Sjrracuse, 1881-5. 
^i'T. Ph.B. 

Law student at Syracuse in office of Ames, Piatt & Wilson, 1885-6. Is ; 
1884 was reporter for Nezv York Morning Journal and special contributor " 
for the New York Mail and Express. 

Residence, (N. Y. Journal) New York, N. Y. J 

690. BOLTON COIT BROWN 

Born 27 Nov. 1864 at Dresden, N, Y. Student from Ithaca, N. Y., 1881-5. 
B.P. M.P. 1889, on exam. 

Instructor in Freehand Drawing, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., since 
1885. 

Residence, Ithaca, N. Y. § 

691. 'FREDERICK ELI BRUCE 

Born 7 Oct. 1859 at Gouverneur, N. Y. Student from Fulton, N. Y., 
1882-5. M.D. 

Physician at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., a part of 1885. 
Physician at Weedsport, N.Y., and Syracuse, N. Y. 

Died II Apr. 1887 at Syracuse, N. Y. \ 

692. * NATHANIEL A. CAVENOR ! 

Born 1 1 June 1863 at Jackreef , N. Y. Student from Memphis, N. Y., * 
1881-5. M.D. 

Physician at Onondaga County House, 1885 ; Camillus, N. Y., 1886^3. 
Coroner's physician, 1892 ; Town Health Officer, 1891 and 2. 

Member Onondaga Med. Society. 

Married 24 June 1886, Anna G. Keogh of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Died 9 Jan. 1893 at Camillus, N. Y. 

693. HORACE ALONZO CRANE 

Born 13 Feb. 1859 at New Haven, Vt. Student from New Haven, 
1881-5. AT. A.B. A.M. 1888. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Auburn, N. Y., Wall-St. church, 1885; 
Central City, Neb., 1885-7 ; Grand Island, Neb., 1887-8. 



iSSs AI,UlfNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 393 

Nebraska Central College, Central City, Neb., 1888-90. Pastor at Omaha, 
Seb., 1890-3. Missionary work, Bombay, India, 1893-6. Presiding Elder 
Bombay Dist., 1896-7. In Central N. Y. Conference since 1897. Pastor 
at Lima, N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 17 June 1885, Hattie J. Farr of Middlebury, Vt. 

Olf/^/r^fi»~GEORGiANA Abbib, bom 5 June 1886. 
Phila Luki^la, born 23 Oct. 1891. 

Rendence, Lima, N. Y. 



694. CHARLES OLIVER DEWEY 

Bom 17 June 1854 at Freetown, N. Y. Student from Marathon, N. Y., 
1879 and 1883-5. ♦T. A.B. A.M. 1888. Ph.D. (Univ. of the City of N. Y.) 
1891 (Pedagogics and Literature). 

Principal of Union School and Academy, Marathon, N. Y., 1877-9; ^^ 
School No. 3, Binghamton, N. Y., 1879-83 ; of Schools, N. Y. Juvenile 
Asjlom, 176 St., and loth Avenue, New York City, 1885-6. Supt. of Pub- 
Gc Schools Englewood, N. J., 1886-91 ; Principal High School, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y., 1891-3. Gen. Agt. Penn. Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1893-? 
Ptiodpal Public School No. 94, Borough of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

His frequently lectured before educational bodies. Prize essay on Royal 
Arcannm, 1890. Editing history of the Dewey Family, 1898. 

Harried 12 Aug. 1886, Louise H. Higley, of Sanitaria Springs, N. Y. 

Children — Mary Agnes, bom 15 Jan. 1888. 

Chari,bs Ouvbr, Jr., born 23 Jan. 1896. 
Residence, 747 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



695. CORA EDITH DYER (SMITH) 

Bom 27 Nov. 1 861 at Hampton, N. Y. Student from Hampton, 1882-5. 
B.P. 
Snperintendent of Drawing in Public Schools of Saginaw, Mich., 1885-7. 
Married 4 Oct. 1887, Dr. Fletcher S. Smith of Saginaw, Mich. 
Residence, Saginaw, West Side, Mich. 



696. ALFRED HENRY EATON 
Brother of No. 806 

Bora 24 June 1858 at Easton, N. Y. Student from Wilton, N. Y., 1881-5. 
AT. A.B. A.M. 1893 and Ph.D. i896(Eng. Lit.). 

Clerg3nnan, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Berlin, N. Y., 1885-8 ; Green Island, 
H. Y., i88a-93; GreenvKch, N. Y., 1893-8; Pittsburgh, N. Y., since 1898. 
Has pnbli^hed several articles in newspapers. Made an educational tour 
IB 1895 through England, Prance, Turkey, Greece, Palestine and Egypt. 
Minied 34 Sept. 1885, Emily W. Belding of Johnson, Vt. 
i t ft id cn c e, Plattsbuig, N. Y. 



394 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 

697. GEORGE EDWIN ELUS 

Born 22 Dec. 1864 at Belleville, N. Y. Student from Belleville, 18S 
* K 4^. A.B. 

Law student at Syracuse, N. Y., for some time after graduation. M 
ger and owner of Grand Rapids (Mich.) Base Ball Club in Western Lea 
1894-9 ; of the Newark club in Atlantic League, 1896-7. 

Married 17 Nov. 1892, Ella Huff of Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Residence, 385 Thomas St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

698. ♦FRANK D. FINLEY 

Born 25 Nov. i860 at Walworth, N. Y. Student from Walworth, i8f 
M.D. 

Physician at Savannah, N. Y., 1885-6 ; Mt. Morris, N. Y., 1886 ; Mace 
N. Y., 1886-94. 

Married, 2 July 1884, Norma C. Knapp of Marion, N. Y. 

Cl*//fl?— Fremonte, born 17 June 1888. 

Died 6 May 1894 at Macedon, N. Y. 

699. ELLEN A. FORD 
Sister of Nos. 611 and 1220 

Born 30 Jan. 1865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 18S 
K K r. A.B. A.M. 1894 (Latin). 

Teacher at Jordan, N. Y., 1885-6. Teacher of Classics and Mathema 
Amsterdam, N. Y., 1886-8; St. Peter, Minn., 1888-9; Moorhead, Mi 
since 1889. 

Residence, Moorhead, Minn. 

700. WILLIAM BOSTWICK FULLER 

Brother of No. 612 

Born 30 Jan. 1864 at Hartford, Conn. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 188 
A K E. A.B. 

Law student in Syracuse, N. Y., 1885-7. Lawyer at Syracuse since i 

Married 16 Jan. 1889, Gertrude M. Dada (see Non-graduates) of Ful 
N. Y. 

Child — Chester Dada, bom i Aug. 1891. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

701. ALICE CAROLINE GILLETTE 

Born 3 Feb. 186 1 at Manlius, N. Y. Student from Manlius, 1879-82 
1884-5. KKP. B.S. 

Preceptress Weedsport Academy, Weedsport, N. Y., 1882-3 ; Cozsa 
Academy, Coxsackie, N. Y., 1885-6. Principal High School, Metro] 
City, 111., since 1886. 

Residence, Metropolis City, 111. § 



85 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 395 

70a. IDA ESTHER GOLDMAN (GINSBERG) 

Bom 15 ^el>. 1865 at Maryampol, Poland. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 
5S1-5. KKT. Ph.B. 

Precexytress of Deposit (N. Y.) Academy, 1885-6. Teacher in High 
ctaool, Syracuse, N. Y., 1886—? 

Married — J. Ginsberg of Detroit, Mich. 

Residence, Adelaide St., Detroit, Mich. } 

703. * BETSEY JANE GUTSELL (LOUGHMILLER) 

Sister of No. 471 
Bom 30 Xov. 1862 at Slaterville. N. Y. Student from Cuyler, N. Y., 
1881-5. B.P. 

In diar^e of Art I>epartment at Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1886. 
Became prominent in church work. 

Married 30 Nov. 1886, Silas D. Loughmiller (No. 583) of New Albany, Ind. 
Died 7 Nov. 1890 at Slaterville, N. Y. 

704. ELIZABETH MAY HALL (WILLIS) 
Bom 13 May 1865 at Fabins, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1882-5- B.P. 

Teacher of Art in Arkansas State Industrial University, Fayetteville, Ark., 
1SS5-8 ; in the Wasco Academy, The Dalles, Oregon, 1888-90 ; in the Noble 
Isstitnte^ Anniston, Ala., 1 890-1. 

Married 1887, Prof. R. H. Willis of Fayetteville, Ark. 
Children — Richard Lee, bom 9 July 1893. 

Katharine Tyler, bom 17 Nov. 1895. 
Residence, Fayetteville, Ark. 

705. SAMUEL GILBERT HARRIS 

Bom 12 Nov. 1856 at Penfield, N. Y. Student from Webster, N. Y., 
1881-5. A KB. A.B. A.M. 1888. A.M. 1892 and Ph.D. 1893 (Zoology). 

Prinapal of Dryden Academy, Dryden, N. Y., 1885-7; o^ School at Ovid, 
K. Y., 1888-92. Graduate student at Cornell University, 1892-3. Traveling 
talesman, 1893-5. Principal of school at Mt. Morris, N. Y., 1895-6. Supt. 
of schools, Baldwinsville, N. Y., 1896-8. 

Married 7 Nov. 1883, Abbie M. Cook of Webster, N. Y. 

Residence, Newburgh, N. Y. 

706. HIRAM HUNT HENDERSON 

Bom 12 July 1862 at Onondaga, N. Y. Student from Onondaga, N. Y., 
jaSl-S. AT. A.B. 

Law stndent in office of Jenney, Brooks, Marshall & Ruger, Syracuse, 
N. Y., i8$5— ? Lawyer at Ogden, Utah. 

Residence, Ogden, UUh. § 



396 AX,UMNI OF SYRACU9B UNIVERSITY l8fi 

707. W. NEWTON HOLMES 

Bom 9 Nov. 1863 at Hasting Centre, N. Y. Student from Central Squaw 
N. Y., i88i-5. *Ae. A.B. A.M. 1888. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Natural Science at Sherwood School, Sand 
Spring, Md., 1885-6. Teacher of same at Staunton, Va., 1886-7. Teach^ 
of Chemistry, Mil. Acad., Staunton, Va., 1888-91. Analytical Chemist aa 
Mineral Expert, Staunton, Va., 1888-91. Teacher of Science, Pritche 
School Institute, since 1891. Asst. Mfg. Chemist, Davis & Rankin Bldj 
and Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111., 1892-3. Student of Chem. with F. \^ 
Trafagen, F. C. S., 1886-7 I and at School of Mines, summer of 1887. 

Conducted and edited the Mineral column of the P^alley Virginiaf 
Staunton, Va., 1887-90, and of the Clifton Forge Rezneu\ Clifton Forge, Va 
1888-91. Member Amer. Assoc, for the Advancement of Science since 1887 

Married 25 Aug. 1892, Marie A. Van Laer of Auburn, N. Y. 

Residence, Glasgow, Mo. 

708. ♦ EDWARD CUSHING JOHNSON 

Bom 2 Apr. 1864 at — . Student from Fredonia, N. Y., 1882-5. M.] 

Physician at Fredonia, N. Y., and . 

Died 5 Feb. 1898 at Hammond, Ind. 

709. CARRIE PARKE JONES 
1881-5. B.Mus. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts, Registra 

710. ♦JOHN GREELEY JONES 

Bom 24 Apr. 1862 at Glens Falls, N. Y. Student from Albany, N. 'S 
1881-5. ♦K^^. A.B. 

Student at Albany, N. Y., 1885-6. Instructor in Natural Science at Aca 
emy, Troy, N. Y., since 1886. 

Died—. 

711. CORA BELLE LYON (READ) 

Born 20 April 1863 at Lyons, N. Y. Student from Palmyra, N.Y., 1882- 
B.P. 

Teacher of Art in Haywood Female Institute, Maysville, Ky., 1S85-; 
Arkansas State Industrial University, Fayetteville, Ark., 1887-9. 

Married — Sept. 1890, Elmer Joseph Read (No. 777, q, v, for furthe 
record) of Syracuse, N.Y. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. 

712. ARCHIBALD MAC DOUGALL 

Bom 15 Feb. 1849 at Hamilton, Prince Edward's Island. Student in Pnf 
byterian College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1876-9. B.D. ( Presbyterian Co! 
lege, Halifax, Nova Scotia), 1884. Non-resident student. Ph.B. Ph.M 
and Ph.B. 1888 (Ethical Phil.). 



ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 397 

Pastor of Greenock Church, St. Andrews, N. B., 1879-85; of Calvin 
Church, St. Johns, N. B., since i Sept. 1885. 
Married 15 Nov. 1870, Kate McCatherin of Calais, Maine. 
CA/Vrfwi— Mary Ambua, born 15 June 1876. 

Archie, bom 17 June 1877. 

CvRii. Frederick, bom 24 Nov. 1880. 

GussiE EiXA, bom 25 Feb. 1885. 
Residence, St. Johns, New Brunswick. § 

713. JAMES PACKARD MANN 
Brother of No. 623 

Bom 3 July 1863 at Jamestown, Pa. Student from Harrisburg, Pa.. 1883-5. 
2*. B.S. M.S. 1888. M.D. (Jefferson Med. College). 

Student in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1885. Physician 
since graduation from Medical College. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery 
in the Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Has contributed to medical literature many monographs on various sub- 
jects pertaining to Orthopedic Surgery. 

Married — 1888 Emily E. Haskey of Malvem, Carroll Co., Ohio. 

rA;/(/r<';/— James p., Jr., bom 3 June 1890 ; died 3 Dec. 1892. 
Arthur Horton, bom 23 Oct. 1893. 

Residence, 2335 Berks St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

714. FRANK WILLIAM MARLOW 
18S5. M. D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

7*15. CLINTON DONALD Mc DONALD 

Bom 17 June 1842 at Glasgow, Scotland. Student three years at Knox Col- 
^e, Toronto, Canada, two years at Toronto University, and one year at Union 
TbeolScm., New York city. A.B. B.D. (Knox College, Toronto) 1886. 
AM. 1886. A. M. (Trinity Col., Toronto) 1888. Ph.D. (Chicago Univ.) 1889. 
Clergyman, Presbyterian, at Thorold, Ont. , 1875-91 . Pastor, preacher and 
oiisionar}- at Grafton, N.Dak., since 1891. 

Has contributed largely to secular and ecclesiastical papers for several 
years. Examiner of candidates for government certificates for teachers. 
Jtcmbcr Board of Trustees of County High School. Moderator of Lon- 
^ Presbytery ; Delegate to General Assembly. Served three years in the 
"Queen's Own Rifles,'* Toronto, and two years as Sergeant in the *' 23d 
Battalion— Huron Infantry." 
Married 29 Dec. 1875, Jennie Cowan of Blytheswood, County Essex, Ont. 
Children— AhhAN WALTER, bom 23 Sept. 1876. 
Flora Beix, born 23 June 1879. 
Donald Conway, born 12 June i88i. 
Ray Alexander, bom 26 Aug. 1884. 
Mary Bruce, bom 6 Nov. 1886. 
Residence, Grafton, N. Dak. 



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39^ AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY l8fl|5 

716. ALBERT HARRINGTON MEADS 

Bom 24 July 1865 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1881-5. 
* A e. A.B. 

Law student, Cincinnati Law School. 

Lawyer at Chicago, 111. 

Married — Oct. 1894, Ethel Swalm Troxell of Chicago, 111. 

Residence, 1314 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Chicago, III. 

717. HENRY HERBERT MURDOCK 

Born 3 Oct. 1858 at Richmond, Mass. Student from Moosup, Cotm.» 
1881-5. AT. A.B. A.M. 1888. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Sand Lake, N. Y., 1885-7 I North 
Hoosick, N. Y., 1887-9 i Valley Falls, N.iY., 1889-92 ; Cobleskill, N. Y., 
1892-7 ; Rensselaer, N.Y., since 1897. 
Married 28 July 1885, Myra Cole Ash ton of Pittsfield, Mass. 
Children — Henry Herbert, Jr. , born 28 Sept. 1886. 
Allen Wiley, born 25 Aug. 1890. 
Willis Cole, born 15 May 1893. 
Malcolm Dunlap, born 27 July 1896. 
Residence, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

718. FRANCIS CONRAD OSBORN 

Born 10 Dec. 1856 at Bridgeport, N. Y. Student from Manlius Station, 
N. Y., 1880-1 and 1883-5. A T. B.S. 

Manager Chicago office of Ginn & Co., publishers, 1885-7. Traveling 
representative of same house in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, 1887-9. 
Designed and patented several styles of cash registers at Detroit, Mich., 
1890-5- Organized '*The Osbom Cash Register Co. Limited,** at Detmt 
in 1895, and is Secretary and Mechanical Engineer of same. 

Married — 1891, Laura Augusta Freele of Huntington, Ind. 

Children — Ruth Freele, bom 1892. 
Laura, born 1894. 
Francis Conrad, Jr., born 1896. 

Residence, Detroit, Mich. 

719. HENRY ALLEN PECK 

1881-5. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 

720. * GEORGE I. POST, Jr. 

Born Dec. i860 at Auburn, N. Y. Student from Pair Haven, N. Y. 
1882-5. M.D. 
Physician at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., 1885? 
Married Aug. 1890, Lizzie Mc Alpine of Belle Vernon, Pa. 
Died 31 Jan. 1891 at Savonburg, Kan. 



1885 AXUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVB31SITY 399 

721. WHEELOCK RIDER 

Bom I June 1863 at New Haven, Vt. Student from New Haven, 1883-5. 
M.D. B.Sc. (Rochester) 1883. 

Student at Johns Hopkins University and at Mass. Inst, of Technology, 
1881-2. Graduate student. University of Berlin, 1885-6. Physician at 
Rochester, N. Y., since 1886. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Rochester City 
Hospital : to St. Mary*s Hospital, Rochester; to Hospital of the New York 
Sailors' and Soldiers' Home, Bath, N. Y. ; Ophthalmic Examiner of N. Y. 
State Institution for the Blind, Batavia, N. Y., 1889-95. 

Member of Monroe Co. Med. Society ; of Rochester Pathological Society 
(President in 1894-5); of American Acad, of Medicine; of American 
Ophthalmological Society ; of American Otological Society, etc. 

Has published numerous papers of medical practice. 

Married 1S92, Ruth Jcmes of Dansville, N. Y. 

Resi4ience, Rochester, N. Y. 



722. EVA ADELAIDE SEYMOUR 

Bom 12 Nov. 1852 at Earlville, N. Y. Student from Norwich, N. Y., 
1&S1-5. r * B. B.Mus. 

Teacher (private) of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Syracuse, N. Y., 
18S5-6. Teacher of Vocal Music and Modem Languages at Houghton 
Seminary, Clinton, N. Y., 1886-7. In training school for nurses. City 
Hospital, Rochester, N. Y., 1889-91. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



723. ANNA BRADFORD SHELDON (HOWE) 

Bom 18 May 1861 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, 1882-5. 
r ♦ B. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Vocal Music, French and German at Houghton Seminary, 
Clinton. N. Y., 1885-6. 

Married 6 Apr. 1887, Leviris M. Ho¥^ of Sjrracuse, N. Y. 
Childreit — Frances Elizabeth, bom 12 Feb. 1888. 
Hazel Gborgiana, born 21 July 1889. 
Benjamin Sheldon, bom 4 July 1893. 
WiLUS Perley, born 16 Aug. 1895. 
Residence, 2043 Hillside Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

724. ELMER ELLSWORTH SMILEY 

Bom 6 Aug. 1862 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from N. Syracuse, N. Y., 
1879-85. A.B. B.D. (Yale Univ.) 1890. 

Principal Union School, East Bloomfield, N. Y., 1885-7. Student Yale 
Theol. Sem., 1887-90. Graduate student at same, 1890-x. Pastor Cong. 



400 JLhVMim OP SYRACUSE UNIVHRSXTY l) 

church, Vancouver, Wash., 1891-4 ; Cheyenne, Wyo., ist church, 1891 
President Wyoming State University since 1898. 

Married 17 June 1891, Edith Constance House of Lysander, N. Y. 

Children— Hohus Brooks, bom 28 Jan. 1893. 
Dean Franki,in, bom 7 July 1894. 

Residence, Laramie, Wyoming. 

725. EARLL WEBB SMITH 

Bom 17 Feb. 1859 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 18S2 
M.D. 
Physician at Syracuse, 1885-8 and since 1896 ; Savannah, N. Y., 188B- 
Married 25 Oct. 1888, Hortene E. Dygert of Phoenix, N. Y. 
Children — Lincoln Webb, bom 19 Jan. 1890; died 11 May 1892. 

Carl Dygert, born 3 Apr. 1893. 
Residence, 304 Rowland St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

726. IDA POTTER SMITH (BALLART) 

Bom 20 June 1882 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1881 
B.Mus. 

Married 12 Dec. 1894, Frederick A. Ballart. 
Residence, 117 Baker St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

727. LUCIUS HENRY SMITH 

Bom 29 Apr. 1862 at . Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1882-5. >* 

Physician to Rochester City Hospital, 1885-6 ; Rochester, N. Y., 188S 
Palmyra, N. Y., since 1889. 

Married 8 Feb. 1893, Katharine Herbert of Palmyra, N. Y. 
CA//^— Herbert Evans, born 21 Oct. 1893. 
Residence, Palmyra, N. Y. 

728. JAY DAVID STAY 

Bom 27 June 1856 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Fulton, 1882-5. A] 
A.B. A.M. 1888. 

Vice-President Leland University, New Orleans, La., i885-6. Princ 
Ives Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 1886-7. Supt. Public Schools, Yank 
S. Dak., 1887-92. Asst. Supt. same, Cleveland, Ohio, 1892-4. Ed 
Methodist Times, Cleveland, Ohio, since 1894. Director Nat. Edncad 
Assoc, 1892-3. 
Married 14 Sept. 1885, Minnie L. Knapp of Scranton, Pa. 
Children — Pauline Ri:th, born 3 Aug. 1886. 
Clarknce, born 13 Jan. 1888. 
Thkron, bom 24 Oct. 1889. 
DoROTHA, born i June 1893. 
Residence, Cleveland, Ohio. 



iVS AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 40I 

729. IDA MARIA STEINGREBE (JENTER) 

Born 20 Mar. 1865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1880-5. 
KEr. B.Mns. 

Teacher of Music, Quincy, 111., 1885-7; Chaddock College, 1887-8; 
Conserratory of Music, Quincy, 111., 1888-90. Private class for seven years. 

Married 29 June 1897, Henry Jenter of Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Residence, Quincy, 111. 

7y>. NELLIE AUGUSTA SWEET (LAWLOR) 

Born 12 Apr. 1864 at Cicero, N. Y. Student from Cicero, 1881-5. B.P. 
Continued studies at home after graduation. 
Married 27 Oct. 1886, Norman A. Lawlor of Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
Residence, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. § 

731. FLAVEL SHURTLEFF THOMAS 

Bom 7 Sept. 1852 at Hanson, Mass. M.D. (Harvard) 1874. V. S. (McGill 
Tniversity, Montreal) 1879. A.M., hotwfis causa (Shurtleff College), 1876. 
B.S. M.S. 1886. LL.D. (Shurtleff College) 1892. 

Physician at Hanson, Mass., since 1874. Has published : ** Lectures on 
the Science of Agriculture,** pamphlet, 1876. *' A Perfect University,** 
pamphlet, 1883. "M.D. What it is, and what it should be," in N, E, 
Medical Monthly, Jan. 1884. **The Ideal Medical School," in A^. E, 
Medical Monthly, li^c, \^&^, ** The Lecture System," in Boston Medical 
and Surgical Journal^ Apr. 1885. "Medical Education," in iV. E. Medical 
Monthly, Oct. 1885. 
Is a member of School Committee, Hanson, Mass. 
Married 9 July 1879, Caroline Moore Smith of Titusville, Pa. 
Children — Percival Shurtleff, born 7 Oct. 1893. 

Saba Drew, born 27 Feb. 1893. 
Residence, Hanson, Mass. 

732. OTTO A. THOMAS 

Bom 14 Sept. 1857 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1882-5. 
M.D. 

Fliysician at Syracuse since 1885. 

Member Common Council of Syracuse in 1893, 4, 6, and 7. 
Married 19 Aug. 1885, L. E. Burdick of Baldwinsville, N.Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

733. FRANK HENRY W^ALLACE 
Brother of No. 734 

Boni 25 June 1864 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, 1881-5. 
AKE. A.B. 
Stndent at home, 1885-6. 
Residence, Oswego, N. Y. ^ 



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AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 



734. WILLIAM LEWIS WALLACE 
1881-5. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

735. FRANCIS AUGUSTUS WELCH 

Born 21 July 1864 at Philadelphia, N. Y. Student frotn Syracuse, K.Tj 
1881-5. 2 4^. A.B. M.D. 1890. 

Continued studies in music in College of Fine Arts commencing Pall 1 
1885. Student in College of Me<licine, 1887-90. 

Physician at Rochester. N. Y., since 1893. 

Residence. Rochester, N. Y. 

736. EDWARD Deforest white 

Born 19 Feb. i860 at Sprout Brook, N. Y. Student from Sprout 
1880-2 and 18S3-5. A K E. A. B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Rural Grove, N. Y., 1885-6; 
Springs, N. V., 1886-9; Sharon, N. Y.. 1889-90 ; Hyndsville, N. Y., 1 
Seattle, Wash., 1891-3; Chehalis, Wash., 1893-4; Hillview, N. Y., u 
1894. 

Married 12 May 1885, Martha Louisa Blaine (No. 744) of Seattle, Wi 
ington. 
Children — Edna Louise, bom 23 Apr. 1887. 

Gertrude Marion, born 22 Apr. 1889. 
Homer Blaine, bom 14 Aug. 1891. 
WiLLARD David, born 25 Aug. 1893. 
Mii«DRED Katharine, born 4 July 1896. 
Residence. Hillview, N. Y. 



737. WILLIAM WILBER 

Born 24 Apr. 1S58 at Manlius, N. Y. Student at Williams College 
years. Student in Syracuse University, 1883 and 1885. A.B. 
Engaged in Life Insurance, Syracuse, N. Y., 1885. 
Married 25 June 1885, Clara Greenley of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, unknown. 



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738. EUGENE WISEMAN 

Born 29 Nov. 1859 at Fairfield, N. Y. Student from Fairfield* x88 
♦ K 4^. A.B. A.M. and Ph.D. 1891 (Eng. Lit.). 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Round Lake, N. Y., 1885-8; 
City Falls, N. Y., 1888-90; Gloversville, N. Y., 1890-5; Green Uorf.^ 
N. Y., since 1S95. 

Traveled through England, France and Switzerland in 1894. Hasgi' 
several lectures. 



ittM AUUUSI OP SY&ACUSB UNIVBRSITY 405 

Married 50 June 1885, Jennie A. Bliss of Salisbury Center, N. Y. 
Children— RsBA, bom 24 July 1886. 

Roger, bom 22 May 1888. 

EuGENB Roland, born 2 Feb. 1894. 
Residence, Green Island, N. Y. 



739. FRANK HIGLEY WOOD 

Born 23 May 1861 at Ohio, N. Y. Student from Antwerp, N.Y., 1880-2 
»nd 1884-5. AT. A.B. A.M. 1888. 

Principal Union School, Granville, N. Y., 1885-7 ; Yates Acad., Chitte- 
Mngo, X. Y., 1887-9 ; Union School, Chatham, N. Y., 1889-95. Inspector 
0^ Teachers' Training Classes since 1895. 

Married 3 July 1889, Dora Foster of Chittenango, N. Y. 

Children — El^iE IrOUiSE, bom 20 Oct. 1891. 

Harriet Assnath, bom 26 Aug. 1896. 
Residence, Chatham, N. Y. 

740. ALBERT MOORE YORK 

Bom 5 Dec. 1861 at Morrisville, N. Y. Student from Potsdam, N. Y., 
1882-5. AT. A.B. 

Coanected with Auburn (N. Y.) Morning Dispatch, 1885-6. Telegraph 
and City Editor Syracuse Courier^ 1886-93. On editorial staff of Syracuse 
/bstsijice 1895, now acting as managing editor. 
Married 12 June 1889, Esther H. Avery of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Florence Effie, bom 7 Apr. 1890. 
Esther Marian, born 5 Feb. 1892. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. • 



Class of 1886 
741. william grog atwell 

Brother of No. 409 

Bom 9 May 1863 at Theresa. N. Y. Student from Cape Vincent, N. Y., 
1882-6. A KB. A.B. A.M. 1889. B.D. (Garrett Bib. Inst. ) 1894. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Maine Wesleyan Seminary and Female 
College, Kent's Hill, Me., 1886-7 ; of Rhetoric and Elocution, vSeminary, 
Cazenovia, N. Y., 1887-91. Student at Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston ^ 
m., 1891-4. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Chaumont, N. Y., since 1894. 

Married 31 Aug. 1893, Mary Evelyn Peck. 

C%ttf-.Fix>RBNCE Evelyn, bom 26 Nov. 1895. 

IR^esidcnce, Chaumont, N. Y. 



404 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY iS 

742. BERTHA MANNERING BANNISTER (BUCKMAN) 

sister of Nos. 252 and 493 

Bom 14 Sept. 1865 at Santa Clara, Cal. Student from Syractise, N. \ 
1882-6. r*B. A.B. 

Teacher of Latin and English, Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Ps 
1887-93. 

Married 5 Oct. 1893, Elmer B. Buckman of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Children — Hbi«Kn, bom 4 Sept. 1894. 
Alice, born 13 Jan. 1896. 

Residence, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

743. AL ANSON DOUGLASS BARTHOLOMEW 

Bom 15 Sept. 1863 at Whitehall, N. Y. Student from Whitehall, i882-( 
♦ K Sk. Ph.B. LL.B. (Cornell University) 1888. 

Law Clerk, 1886-7. Student Law School, 1887-8. Librarian Law Dep 
Cornell Univ., 1887-8. Admitted to the bar, N. Y. State, 4 May 1888 ; fc 
Minnesota, 1889. On Editorial Staff West Pub. Co., Legal Publications 
1888-9. Editorial Work, 1888-9. Practicing Law since 1889. Villag 
Engineer, Whitehall, N. Y., 1893. Justice of the Peace since 1894. Polio 
Justice of the Town of Whitehall, N. Y., 1895. 

Married 20 Aug. 1892, Mabel Estelle Falkenbury of Benson, Vt. 

CA//rfr^«— Alanson Douglass, Jr.. bom 26 May 1893. 
Heman Almon 2'd, born 2 Sept. 1894. 
Herbert Victor, born lo Sept. 1895. 

Residence, Whitehall, N. Y. 

744. MARTHA LOUISA BLAINE (WHITE) 

Born 8 Mar. 1864 at Seneca Falls, N. y. Student from Allen's Hill, 
N.Y., 1882-5. r*B. B.P. 

Married 12 May 1885, Edward D. White (No. 736,^. v, for further record) 
of Rural Grove, N. Y. 

Residence, Hillview, N. Y. 

745. GRACE WILCOX BRAMLEY (MATTHEWS) 

Born 14 Sept. 1863 at Parishville, N. Y. Student from Utica, N. Y* 
1882-6. A ♦. A.B. A.M. 1894. 

Teacher in Juvenile Asylum, N. Y. city, 1886-7; Union Hall Sem- 
Jamaica, N.Y., 1887-8 ; Female Institute, Charlotte, N. C, 1888-9; Wilfori 
Hall School, Baltimore, Md. (Latin and Greek), 1889-92. Traveled L: 
Germany and Austria, 1892. Student of Comparative Philology in Univ*^ 
sity of Ziirich, Switzerland, 1892-3. Teacher in Stanley Hall, Minneapolis 
Minn. (Latin and Greek), 1893-5. Member Minn. Branch of Assoc ^ 
Collegiate Alumnae. 

Married 24 June 1895, Edwin Lynch Matthews of Minneapolis, Minn. 

CA//^— Margaret, born 25 Apr. 1896. 

Residence, 2018 Sheridan Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 



186 AI^UICNI OP SYRACUSB X7NIVBRSITY 405 

746. 'WILUAM BRADLEY BREED 
18S4-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

747. MARY EMELINE CARLETON 

Bom 18 Nov. 1857 at Boston, Mass. Student from Brownville, N.Y., 1883-6. 
^.D. Student for a short time at Post-Graduate School and Hospital of 
Sew York. city. 

Pliysician in charge of Foo Chow Hospital for four years. At present 
engaged in itinerant medical work. Lectured in America on medical work 
in Cbina, 1892. 

Residence, Foo Chow, China. 

748. JOSEPH GILBERT CLEVELAND 

Bom 7 Jan. 1857 at Brunswick, N. Y. Student from Brunswick, 1882-6. 
♦ K ♦. A.B. A.M. and Ph.D. 1892 (Ethics). 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Pittstown, N. Y., 1886-7. Teacher, 
High School, Yonezawa, Japan, 1887-90. Presiding Elder, Aomori Dist., 
1890-1. Pastor, Tokyo, 1891-3. Presiding Elder, Yokohama Dist., since 

1893. 
Married 8 June 1882, Mary Ella Townsend of Round Lake, N.Y. 
Children — Earl T., bom 30 March 1883. 

Carl Gordon, bora i8 Sept. 1884 ; died i Sept. 1886. 
Mary Josephine, bora 9 June 1889. 
Pauline Gertrude, bora 27 Dec. 1890. 
Ralph Lionel, born 6 Mar. 1897. 
Residence, Yokohama, Japan. 

749. WILLIAM BICKNELL COATS 
Bom 18 AprU 1864 at Delphi, N.Y. Student from Delphi, 1883-6. M.D. 
Imcrne at St Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., 1886-7; Cortland, 
N. Y., 1887-9; St. Paul Park. Minn., 1889-95. 
Residence, Harmony, Minn. 



750. HATTIE MATILDA COBB (SMITH) 

Sister of No. 895 

^ 29 Oct. 1863 at Preble, N.Y. Student from Carthage, N.Y., 1882-6. 
^♦- A,B. 

"Stress of Academy, Mexico, N. Y., 1886-7 *. o^ Academy, Lowville, 
^•Y., 1887-9. Teacher of Latin, Greek and Elocution, Tillotson Institute, 

Carried 25 Sept 1889, Charles H. Smith of Austin, Texas (Cornell Uni- 

▼«T»ity, '85). 

Residence, 5313 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. 



406 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

751. HERBERT GUIBORD CODDINGTON 

Bom 6 Feb. 1865 at Cazenovia, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. 
1882-6. SkT. A.B. 

Student in General Theol. Sem., New York, 1886-8. Ordained 
in Episcopal church, 27 Sept 1888, and Priest, 11 Dec. 1889. Pastor! 
John's church, Marcellus, N. Y., 1888-91. Rector of Grace chnrch, 
cuse, N. Y., since 1891. 

Married 12 Dec. 1888, Leone Adelle Fitch (see Non-gradnates) of 
N. Y. 

CAt/f/— Dorothy, born 23 Apr. 1894. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

752. PRESTON RANNEY CROWELL 

Born 12 June 1862 at W. Westminister, Vt. Student from 
Mass., 1882-6. Sk T. A.B. A.M. 1889. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek in Rockland College. Nyack, N. Y., il 
Student at Union Theol. Sem., 1887-90, and engaged in mission wc 
N. Y. city. Pastor 2d Cong, church, Cheyenne, Wyo., 1890-2 ; of 
church, Greenfield, N.H., since 1892. 

Married 27 May 1891, Olive S. Murray of Bemardston, Mass. 

C'/f//^r«v/— Jennie Ouvia, bom 17 May 1892. 
Ruth Amkua, born 20 Oct. 1895. 

Residence, Greenfield, N. H. 

753. EMORY A. DIDAMA 

Bom 18 April 1861 at Ovid, N. Y. Student from Medina, N. Y., 1883-^ 
M.D. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., with Dr. H. D. Didama, i886-8w j 

Married 17 April 1895, Mary Herdson of Albion, N. Y. 1 

Residence, Cortland, N. Y. 

754. FRANK C. DRAKE 

Rom 21 Oct. 1861 at Topeka, Kan. Student from Oneida, N. Y., i88i-(b 
three years. M.D. 

Physician at Oneida, N. Y., since 1886. President of the village of 
Oneida, 1893. Sec. Madison Co. Med. Society, 1894, 5, 6 and 7. 

Married 20 Oct. 1S81, Ella D. Bates of Oneida, N. Y. 

C*//^— James D., born 26 Oct. 1885. 

Residence, Oneida, N. Y. 

755. HENRY DANA FEARON 

Bom 18 Jan. 1864 at Pratt's Hollow, N. Y. Student from Oneida, N. Y., 
1882-6. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1889. 

Dry goods merchant at Oneida, N. Y., 1886-91. Special Agt. Noifk 
Western Mutual Life Insurance Co. since 1891. 



t886 AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 407 

Married 8 Jan. 1890, Mary A. Fuller (No. 757) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Spencer Fui,i.er, born i Nov. 1890. 

Gi,ADYS Dana, born 3 Dec. 1892. 
Residence, Oneida, N. Y. 

756. MILTON NEWBERRY FRANTZ 

Bom 2 July 1854 at Norristown, Pa. Student from Norristown, Pa., in 
IHckinson College, 1882-3; in Syracuse University, 1883-6. AT. A.B. 
A.M. 1891. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Centenary Coll. Inst., Hackettstown, N. J., 
1886-7. Acting pastor of the Independence Ave. Meth. Epis. church, 
Kansas City, Mo., 1887-8. Missionary in Japan, 1888-90. Student Boston 
Cniv. School of Theology, 1890-1. Pastor at Parksley, Va., 1891-2. Teacher 
of Mathematics, C. C. I., Hackettstown, N. J., 1892. Minister of Cong, 
church, Creede, Col., 1892-3. Dean of Ursinus Academy and Instructor in 
History in Ursinus College, 1893-4. Studied in Theol. Sem., Hartford, 
Conn., 1894-6, and graduated. Minister of Cong, church, Hampden, Mass., 
1896-7. Financial Secretary of J. W. Coulston & Co., Importers and Ex- 
porters, New York, since 1897. 
Has published some poems in the Norristown ( Pa.) Daily Herald, 
Residence, 140 Maiden Lane, New York city. 

757. MARY ADA FULLER (FEARON) 

Sister of No. 903 

Bom 16 Mar. 1865 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N. Y., 1882-6. 
r* B. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1889. 

Teacher of Mathematics and Latin in Mrs. Perry's Seminary, Oakland, 
Cal., 1886-7; Napa College, Napa, Cal., 1887-8; Lyons, N. Y., 1889-90. 

Married 8 Jan. 1890, Henry Dana Fearon (No. 755, q, v, for further record) 
of Oneida, N. Y. 

Residence, Oneida, N. Y. 

758. KATE ISABEL GARDNER (COOKE) 

Bom 2 Feb. 1859 at Norwich, N. Y. Student from Norwich, 1881-2 and 
1883-6. r*B. Ph.B. 
Married 20 June 1888, Augustus R. Cooke, D.D.S. of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, E. Harrison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

759. WILHELMINE HAGERMAN (HORROCKS) 

Bom 22 Feb. 1864 at Brooklyn, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
i»»-6. A.B. A.M. 1890. 

Teacher of Elocution, Modem Languages and Music in Hardinsburg, Ky., 
1886-7; of Latin, Greek and Higher English Branches, Bridgeton, N. J., 
^-«; of same, Herkimer, N. Y., 1888-90. 

Married 29 Oct. 1890, William Horrocks of Herkimer, N. Y. 

^cridcnce, Herkimer, N. Y. 



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760. CHARLES ELBERT HAMILTON 

Brother of No. 515 

Born 26 July 1865 at Delphi, N. Y. Student from Port Byron, N. Y., 
1882-6. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1889. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem.) 1889. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Eaton, N. Y., 1886-7. Theological 
student in Madison University, Hamilton, N. Y., 1886-7 while pastor. 
Student at Drew Theol. Sera., 1887-9. Pastor at Leona, Pa., 1889-90 ; Cort- 
land, N. Y., Homer Ave. church, 1890-5 ; Geneva, N. Y., 1895-6 ; Rochester^ 
N. Y., 1st church, since 1896. 

Married 14 July 1886, Carrie M. Cuykendall of Owasco, N. Y. 

Oi/rf— Ruth, born 22 Feb. 1890. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

761. WILLIAM La FAYETTE HARRIS 

Bom 22 Sept. i860 at Macedon Centre, N. Y. Student from Macedon 
Centre, 1882-6. * K Sk. A.B. 

Principal of graded schools. Pioneer, Ohio, 1886-8; Free School and 
Academy, Port Byron, N. Y., since 1888. 

Residence, Port Byron, N. Y. 

762. JOHN ALBERTSON INGHAM 

Born 13 Jan. 1868 at Meridian, N. Y. Student from Anbum, N. Y., 
1882-6. SkT. A.B. A.M. 1889. 

Private tutor in Syracuse. 1886-7. Teacher of Mathematics, C. C. L» 
Hackettstown, N. J., 1887-9. Student at the Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. 
city, 1889-92, graduating. Commencement speaker. Chaplain of The 
New York Magdalen Asylum, N. Y. city, 1890-2. Ordained by the Pres- 
bytery of Syracuse, 10 July 1892. Asst. to the Rev. Edward B. Coe. LL.D., 
pastor of the Collegiate Reformed church (Dutch), Fifth Ave. and 48th 
St., N. Y. city, 1892-3. Pastor Irvington Tresbyterian church, Irvington- 
on-Hudson, New York, since 1894. 

Married 28 Sept. 1892, Mary Bartlet Stebbins of Troy. N. Y. 

Child — Edward Stebbins, born 2 July 1896. 

Residence, Irvington, N. Y. 

763. FREDERICK THOMAS KEENEY 

Bom 9 Feb. 1863 at Fabius, N. Y. Student from Rome, Pa., 1883-^ 
AKE. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1889. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Cincinnatus, N. Y., 1886-7; Tolly 
N. Y., 1888-9; Cazenovia, N. Y., 1890-2 ; Elmira, N. Y., Hedding chtirch» 
1893-8; Penn Yan, N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 3 Aug. 1886, Georgia S. Smith of EHenville, N. Y. 

Oi7^— DoROTHA Lii,i*iAN, bom 2 May 1896. 

Residence, Penn Yan, N. Y. 



l886 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 409 

764. HENRIETTA MARIE KITTELL 

Bom 23 May 1865 at Royalton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
i»2-6. A.B. A.M. 1889. 

Teacher until 1893; since then a stenographer with Chase & Smith, 
Music Dealers, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

765. CLARENCE ADELBERT LONERGON 

Bom 8 Sept. 1862 at Summit Station, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 
X.Y.. 1882-6. *K^. A.B. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. ? 

766. EDGAR STANTON MACLAY 
Brother of No. 230 

Bom 18 April 1863 at Foochow, China. Student from Japan, 1881-5. 
iKE. A.B. A.M. 1888 (History). 

Student in Germany and England, 1885-6, with especial reference to the 

preparation of a Naval History of the United States. Engaged in news- 

ptper and literary work, four years with Brooklyn Times OMd, five years with 

A'. >'. Tribune. Has published ** History of the Maclay Family," 1888; 

"Journal of U. S. Senator William Maclay," 1889 ; "History of U.S. Navy," 

2 vols., 1894; two articles in Century Magazine ^ reissued in Harper^ s 

Monthly and Weekly, 

Married 22 Dec. 1894, . 

Oiiitf— Robert Samubi«, bom . 

Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDWIN SAMUEL MAXSON 
1883-9. M. D. (See No. 625.) 

SARA MIRANDA MAXSON (COBB) 
1884-6. B. P. ( See N o. 626. ) 

767. GEORGE WASHINGTON MAY 

Bom 30 June 1857 at Newport, N. H. Student from Poultney.Vt., 1882-6. 
♦AG. A.B. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem.) 1880. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Student in Drew Theol. Sera., 1886-9. Pastor 
It Greenfield Center, N. Y., 1891-2 ; Guilderland, N. Y., 1892-3 ; Hyndes- 
nlle. N. v., 1893-6 ; Tribes' Hill, N. Y., since 1896. 

Married 5 Sept i888, Jennie Duncan of Northville, N. Y. 

Children — Ida Louisa, bom 14 Jan. 1890. 

Amos Duncan, bom 26 Nov. 1891. 
JBSSB ViNCBNT, bom ID Mar. 1895. 

p^^^^^ Tribes' Hill, N. Y. 



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768. JAMES F. MICHEL 

Born 14 April 1865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, iSt 
M.D. 

Physician at Jordan, N.Y., Malta, 111., Rochester, N.Y., and Farmingc 
N. Y. 

Married 31 July 1889, Dora E. Stocking of Jordan, N. Y. 

Children — Ri'by Bbi«i<, bom 8 May 1890. 

AucE Dora, born 10 Sept. 1891. 

Residence, Fanningdale, N. Y. 

769. EUGENE CECIL OLCOTT 

Born 16 June 1863 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1882-6. 

Teacher in Military Institute, LaGrange, N. C. 

Married 25 Dec. 1884, Florence North of Syracuse, N. Y. 

CA//d^-Fl,ORENCE, born 20 Oct. 1885. 

Residence, LaGrange, N. C. ^ 

770. MARY EDITH ORR (MILLAN) 
sister of Nos, 1085 and 1086 

Born II June 1867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 188 
B.P. M.P. 1892. 

Teacher of Art and Modern Languages in Academy, Stamford, N 
1886-7 J Belle wood Seminary, Anchorage, Ky., 1887-92 ; Stamford Acad 
since 1893. 

Married 11 July 1893, Joseph Millan of Stamford, N. Y. 

Residence Stamford, N. Y. 

771. GENEVIEVE OSTRANDER (PORTER) 

Born 3 Aug. 1864 at Danube, N. Y. Student from Ilion, N. Y.. 18J 
r * B. Ph.B. 

Married 17 May 1887, Wilfred W. Porter (No. 774, q. v, for further rec 
of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 1717 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

772. ELLA MINERVA PARDOE (FORD) 

Born II Dec. 1863, at Oneonta, N. Y. Student from Oneonta, i8i 
A<^. B.Mus. 

Married 26 Aug. 1886, Arthur E. Ford of Oneonta, N. Y. 
Child — Haroi.d R;, bom 4 July 1887. 
Residence, Oneonta, N. Y. 

HENRY HALE PEASE 
1883-6. M. D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 



AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 4II 

773. ELLA PERRY (PRICE) 

Bom 25 I>ec. i860 at Homer, N. Y. Student from Homer, 1882-6. 
A*. A.B. A.M. 1889. Ph.D. (Baker University) 1896. 

Corresponding Sec. of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Soc., Kansas 
City EKst.. St. Louis, Conf., since 1895. 

Married 13 Oct. 1886, F. B. Price (No. 775, q, v, for further record) of 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Residence, 11 12 Tracy Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

774. WILFRED WICKLIFFE PORTER 
Bom 25 Dec. 1863 at Geddes, N. Y. Student from Geddes, 1882-6. 
♦ T. A.B. 

In business at Syracuse. N. Y., 1886-94. Cashier, Syracuse University, 
xi^4-6 ; Treasurer same since 1896. 
Married 17 May 1887, Genevieve Ostrander (No. 771) of Ilion, N. Y. 
Children — Wilfred W. Jr., born 23 Feb. 1888. 

Carolyn, born 30 July 1890; died 21 July 1892. 
Harold Greene, bom 20 Aug. 1893. 
Residence, 1717 W. Genesee St. Syracuse, N. Y. 

775. FREDERICK BEMAN PRICE 

Bom 26 Oct. 1856 at Ne^^-ark, N. J. Student from Newark, 1882-6. A T. 
A.B. A.M. 1889. Ph.D. (Baker University) 1896. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor Arlington church, Kansas City, Mo., 
1S86-9. Supt. City Missions, same city, 1889-93. Presiding Elder, Kan. 
City Dist., St. Louis Conf., since 1893. 

Married 13 Oct 1886, Ella Perry (No. 773) of Homer, N. Y. 

CAiV^r^w —Bertha May, bom 17 Dec. 1887 ; died 14 Jan. 1890. 
Ethel May, born 22 Apr. 1890. 
Arthur Frederick, born 8 Mar. 1893. 

Residence, 11 12 Tracy Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

776. GEORGE MERRIMAN PRICE 
1882-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

777. ELMER JOSEPH READ 
1882-6. B.P. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

778. OLNEY ALBEE RETAN 

Born 30 May 1858 at Millerton, Pa. Student from Millerton, 1882-6. 
♦ Ae. A.B. A.M. 1889. 

Clergyman, Meth. lEipis. Pastor at North Chemung, N. Y., 1886-8; 
New Albany, Pa., iSSa-^ ; Wellsburg, N. Y.. 1889-90 ; Cuyler and DeRuy- 



412 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

ter, N. Y., 1890-3; Benton Centre, N. Y., 1893-5; Mecklenburg, N. 
1895-7 ; Springwater and Canadice, N. Y., since 1897. 

Married 24 Nov. 1886, Mary A. Sornberger of Seeley Creek, N. Y., 

Children — NEI.1.1E B., bom 15 Sept. 1887. 
George M., bom 7 Sept! 1889. 

Residence, Springwater, N. Y. 



779. * DAVID HALL RICE 

Born 6 May 1841 at Penn Yan, N. Y. Student from Henrietta, N. Y., 
Genesee College, 1863-5. TK. Completed course as non-resident. 4 
A.B. A.M. 1889. 

Cotton planter in South Carolina, 1865-7. Lawyer at Savannah, G 
1867-8; Lowell, Mass., 1868-73; Boston, Mass., 1873-93. 

Has published *• Rice's Digest of Patent Law," Boston, 1880; " Eulc 
on Judge Nathan Crosby, deceased," 1885, published by his relativ 
'* Philosophy of Protection," Boston, 1892 ; besides numerous contributi< 
in Boston daily and weekly papers ; also to the Home Market Bulletin a 
other periodicals of social economics, mainly on tariff and protection issu 

Commissioner U. S. Court of Claims. Connected with N. Y. Vols, duri 
a few weeks of the war in 1861. He made a special study and practice 
Patent Law and was well known in his profession. He was also fond 
yachting. 

Married 25 Feb. 1868, Elizabeth H. Garland of Dover, N. H. 

Children — Lepine Hali,, bom 22 Feb. 1870 (No. 1094). 

Wii,i.iAM Ai,FRED, born 28 July 1871 ; died 2 Oct. 187 1. 
Frederick G., born 1872 ; died at two months of age. 

Died 14 Oct. 1893 at Brookline, Mass. 



780. FREDERICK W. SEARS 
1883-6. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 



781. HIRAM RALPH SHOEMAKER 

Bom 30 May 1859 at Lanesboro, Pa. Student from Lanesboro, 1883 
*Ae. A.B. A.M. 1890. 

Clergyman, Metli. Epis. Pastor at Navarino, N. Y., 1886-8; Mottvi 
N. Y., 1888-91 ; Lysander, N. Y., 1891-3 ; Euclid, N. Y., 1893-6 ; \Varn< 
N. Y., since 1896. 

Married 29 Dec. 1S86, Margaret K. Schneider of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children— l^stn^EK Ei.izabeth, bom 22 Apr. 1888. 

Caroune Marguerite, born 27 Feb. 1890. 
Paui. Jaeger, born 30 Mar. 1896. 

Residence, Warners, N. Y. 



lS86 ▲I.UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 413 

782. SAMUEL DAVID SOLOMON 

Born 22 Mar. 1863 at Mohawk, N. Y. Student from Sjrracuse, N. Y., 
1882-6. A.B. 
Law student in office of Baldwin & Kennedy, Syracuse, N. Y. Student at 
, Columbia Law School, 1887-8. Admitted to the bar at Utica, 1888. Law- 
yer at Syracuse since 1888. 

Sec. Masonic Board of Relief of Syracuse ; Member of Grand Council of 
the Home Circle ; Knights of the Maccabees ; American Order of Forest- 
ers; the Harugari ; the Standard Club; Vice-President of the Hebrew Free 
School of Syracuse. 
Residence, 617 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

783. KARL SWARTZ 
Brother of Nos. 655 and 677 

Bora 21 Nov. 1861 at Canadice, N. Y. Student from Cortland, N. Y., 

i«3-6. AKE. A.B. A. M. 1897. Ph.D. (New York University) 1898. 

Student of Theology at Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn., 

1886-9. Clergyman, Prot. Epis. Rector Trinity church, Lowville, N. Y., 

1S89-91. Senior Curate church of Zion and St. Timothy, New York City, 

%-*. Captain and Chaplain ist Regt. 1?. Y. Vol. Inf., Spanish- American 

Wirat Honolulu, Hawaii Islands, 1898-9. 

Dean of the Cathedral of Our Savior, Syracuse, N. Y., Diocese of Central 
N. Y., since 1899. This position confers the title, " The Very Reverend." 
Has published '* The Forces that Interfere to Prevent the Perpetuation 
ci Inherited Criminal Tendencies," New York, 1897, a thesis for the doc- 
torate : various sermons and addresses. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

784. SATURNINO FERREIRA Da VEIGA, Jr. 

Bom 10 Feb. 1858 at Riode Janeiro, Brazil. Student in Cornell Univer- 
sity, 188 1-5. Student at Syracuse University, 1885-6. B.C.E. 
Residence, 117 R. do Ouvidor, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, g 

785. GEORGE PRIEST WADSWORTH 

Bom 14 Sept. 1862 at Bennett*s Corners, N. Y. Student from Fairfield, 
N.Y., 1882-6. ^'T. A.B. 
Teacher at Searcy, Ark., 1886—?. 
Residence. § 

786. WILLIAM CHAMBERS WILBOR 

Brother of No. 179 and of C. W. Wilbor. Sec Non-graduates 

Bom 18 May 1852 at Olean, N. Y. Student from Albion, N. Y., 1871-3 ; 
«t Rochester University, 1874-5 I ^^^d at School of Theology, Boston Uni- 
versity. 1875-6. ♦T. A.B. A.M. 1888 and Ph.D. 1889 (Eng. Lit.). 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Attica. N. Y., 1876-8; Pike, N. Y., 



414 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY l88 

1878-9; Mt. Morris. N. Y., 1879-82; Dansville, N. Y.. 1882-5; Le Roj 
N. Y., 1885-9; Buffalo, N. Y., Richmond Ave., 1889-94; Olean, N. Y. 
since 1894. Was a charter member of the Syracuse Univ. Glee Club at it 
organization. A trustee of Syracuse Univ. since 1892. Life member Ameri 
can Institute Christian Philosophy, 1891. Member Amer. Assoc, for th< 
Advancement of Science, 1891. Has published, (i) Books: *' Beauty foi 
Ashes," New York, 1896 ; "Our Guests,'* Smethport, Pa., 1896 ; (2) Pam 
phlets: " History of Methodism in Attica," 1878, "History of Methodisn 
in Mt. Morris," 1882 ; " Memorial Sermon," Dansville, N. Y., 1884 ; "Con 
ference Directory," LeRoy, N. Y., 1887. Also Editor ^^ Rochester i'nwem 
sity Record^"' 1875, and of the ^^ Gefiesee Christian Advocate^^' 188: 
Edited ''The Concert Quarterly,'' published in Buffalo, N. Y., 1881-3. Le- 
tured on "Influence of Association," Amer. Inst. Christian Philosophy. 
Aug. 1891, lecture being published in " Christian Thoujs^ht,'' Lectured 
Chautauqua, 1892, on "Cape Cod, its People and Peculiarities," and 18^ 
on " The Spanish Armada." Has given courses at Silver Lake Assemb» 
on "The English Bible" and " American Literature." Lectured extensi^ 
ly on " Humors of Travel," "The Sunday School as an Educational In^ 
tution," "The Dawn of the 20th Century," etc. 

Married 13 Sept. 1876, Mary Mitchell of Addison, N. Y. 

Children — Winona, born 5 Aug. 1877. 

Ai,BKRT MiTCHEi<L, born 25 Jan. 1879. 
Leon Mitch ki.i<, born 29 July 1887. 

Residence, Olean, N. Y. 



787. WILLIAM ABBOTT WILSON 

Born I Mar. 1863 at Chenango, N. Y. Student from Binghamton, N- Y 
1882-6. A T. A.B. A.M. 1890. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Fa- 
1886-93. Principal High School (formerly Wallkill Free Academy), Mi<J 
dletown, N. Y., since 1893. 

Married 9 Aug. 1892, Mary A. Peck of Mexico, N. Y. 

Child — Thomas Adam, born 2 Feb. 1897. 

Residence, Middletown, N. Y. 



788. DAVID WINTERS 

Born 4 Jan. 1842 in County Monaghan, Ireland. Student four collegiit^ 
years in Canada. Completed course as non-resident. B.S. 

Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor at Paterson, N. J., 3d church, 1872-4 
Philadelphia, Pa., Westminster church, 1874-81 ; Olean N. Y., ist church 
1881-4 ; Presbyterian church, Williamsport, Pa., 1884 — ? 

Has written numerous magazine articles and several pamphlets. 

Married 4 Aug. 1874, Roxannah Norris of New Haven, Conn. 

Residence, Williamsport, Pa. § 



AX^UMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 



415 



WHITING SWEETING WORDEN 
i»4-6. M.D. (Sec No. 553.) 

789. DANIEL FREDERICK YOUNG 

Brother of No. S85 
BonisApr. 1866 at Shell Rock, Iowa. Student from Liverpool, N. Y., 
iiBi-6. B.C.E. M.D. (Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, 
Chicago) 1888. Physician at Phoenix, N. Y., since 1889. 
Mimed 6 Feb. 1889, Nellie E. Chillingworth of Phoenix. N. Y. 
Ckiidren—KAi,PH C, born 20 Oct. 1889. 
Cari< F., born 2 Oct. 1894. 
Robert J., born 2 Mar. 1896. 
Residence, PhoenLx, N. Y. 



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Class of 1887 

790. MARY DIANTHE ALLIS 
Sister of Nos. 1041 and 1437 

B«ni 4 Oct. 1866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1883-7. K K P . 
A.B. 

Teacher at Afton, N. Y., 1887-9 ; High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-91. 
^f-reader for Flood & Vincent, The Chautauqua Century Press, Mead- 
^e, Pa., 1891-3. Teacher in High School, Syracuse, N. Y., since 1893. 

^dence, 802 Court St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

791. JOHN SIDNEY BOVINGDON 

^ 15 Oct. 1859 at Towanda, Pa. Student from TowanHa, 1S83-7. A T. 

^8. LL.B. (Buffalo Law School) 1891. 

Jenifer Ginn & Co., at Kansas City, Mo., and later at Chicago, 111., 

*®^9. Student, Law School, Buffalo, N. Y., 1889-91. Lawyer at Buffalo, 

^^1-4. Member of firm of Bovingdon & Brown, General practice and Admi- 

'•Hty practice in U. S. courts. Entered employ of D.C. Heath & Co. in 1894, 

"^Qg in Philadelphia until 1896. Stockholder and general agent, 1896-S. 

Stodent of Agriculture at Cornell University, 1898-9. Took at I^aw School 

die Clinton prize for standing (I150) and the Daniels prize for best thesis on 

^^^ooititntional Law (I150). 

Married (i) 20 July 1889, Nancy M. Laporte of Asylum, Pa., who dic<l 
rtPcb. 1896 ; (2) 10 Aug. 1898, Rosa Fee of Camptown, Pa. 
CWWfwi— John, bom 29 June 1890. 

George, bom ^3 Jan. 1893. 
Paul, bom 20 March 1894. 
Nan, bom 23 Jan. 1896. 
Residence, Camptown, Pa. 



4l6 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1887 

792. ELIZABETH SARAH BRIDGEFORD (AMSDEN) 

Bom 21 April 1866 at Cortland, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1883-7. 
K K r. A.B. 

Teacher in High School at Athol, Mass., 1887-9; High School ( Latin ^ 
Syracuse, N.Y., 1889-91. 

Married i Sept. 189 1, Festus G. Amsden of Athol, Mass. 

Residence, Athol, Mass. 

793. GEORGE GRISWOLD BROWER 

Bom 17 June 1861 at West Branch, N.Y. Student from Lee Center, N.li^ 
1883-7. A K E. B.S. M.S. 1890. 

Teacher of Mathematics, Dickinson Sem., Williamsport, Pa., 1887-9C 
same. Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1890-2 ; same, Cascadilla School, I"tl 
aca, N. Y., since 1892. 

Married 14 Aug. 1889, Rose Edgerlie Pindar (No. 823) of Lima, N.Y., ^^1 
died 9 Apr. 1895. 

Residence, Columbia Univ., New York, N. Y. 

794. *EDWIN S. BUTTERFIELD 

Born 17 Dec. 1840 at Montrose, Pa. Student from Syracuse, N. V- 1 
1884-7. M.D. A.B. (Yale). LL.B. (?) 

Lawyer. Used his knowledge of medicine mainly in his law practice* 
Practiced law at Syracuse, N.Y., for more than twenty years. Went to Den-' 
ver, Col., 1895 ; to Montrose, Pa., June 1897, where he died of "Graves" 
disease. 

Died 7 Dec. 1897, at Montrose, Pa. 

795. MARGARET ELLEN CALDWELL 

Born 3 June 1865 at , Indiana. Student from Bradford, Pa., 1883-7. 

r*B. Ph.B. 

Residence, 24 Jefferson St., Bradford, Pa. 

796. ELLEN FLORENCE CHAMBERLAYNE 

Born 1883 at Belfast, N. Y. Student from Olean, N. Y., 1885-7. 
r*B. B.P. 

Teacher of Art at Demill College, Osliawa, Ont., 1888 ; teacher of Paint- 
ing at Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., fall of 1888. Had a Studio at 
Wellsboro, N. Y., 1886-93. 

Residence, Canisteo, N. Y. 

797. ERNEST N. CHRIvSTOPHER 

Born 21 Jan. 1862 at Galena, 111. Student from Whitney's Point, N. Y., 
1884-7. M.D. 
Physician at Union Centre, N. Y., 1887-96; Union, N. Y., since 1896. 



1887 AXUMKI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITV 417 

Married 12 Dec 1889, Eva C. Mix of Union Centre, N. Y. 
Children — Agkbs Lucinda, born 21 Apr. 1891 ; died 17 Feb. 1895. 

Erkbst Raymond, born i8 Feb. 1893. 

Lbe, born 18 Apr. 1894. 
Residence, Union, N. Y. 

798. MARY LOVINA COLLINS (LOGAN) 
Daughter of Nos. 12 and 19. 

Born 19 Nov. 1864 at Wolcott, N. Y. Student from Lyons, N. Y., 
1883-7. r*B. A.B. A.M. 1890. 

Teacher of Ancient Languages, Kidder (Mo.) Institute, 1887-8; of Anc. 
and Mod. Languages, High School, Flushing, L. L, 1888-91 ; same. High 
School, Orange, N. J., 1891-2. Resided in Louisville, Ky., 1893-7. 

Married 31 Aug. 1892, Edwin Wilson Logan, M.D., of Orange, N. J. 

r/^i/(/rr«— Thaddeus Collins, bom 27 June 1893. 
Dorothy Morrison, bom 31 Oct. 1894. 

Residence, 131 i Fremont St, Denver, Col. 

799. CAROLINE HILL CRAWFORD 

Sister of No. 897 

Born I Aug. 1863 at Clarksville, Tenn. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
'882-7, four years. A ♦. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Music at Bishopthorpe, Bethlehem, Pa., 1887-92 ; Gen. Wes. 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1892-4; Lyndon Hall, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
iince 1894. 

Residence, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

800. WILLIAM A. CURTIX 
1884-7. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

801. KATE CUSHING (HATMAKER) 

Born 22 June 1865 at Auburndale, Mass. Student from Rochester, N. Y., 
1S84-7. r*B. B.Mus. 

Teacher at Female College, Danville, Va., 1887-8; Female College, 
Wheeling, W. Va., 1889-90. 

Harried 15 Sept. 1892, Benedict Robinson Hatmaker (see Non-graiiuates) 
of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children — Thirza, bom 10 Sept. 1896. 
CusHiNG. born 11 Oct. 1898. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

802. WILLIAM WARD DAMON 

Bom 5 Nov. 1864 at Cape Vincent, N. Y. Student from Seneca Falls, 
N.Y., 1883-7. ♦T. Ph.B. 

Jotimalist, located successively at Kansas City, Mo., Chicago, 111. and 
New York city. 

At present represents in New York city five daily papers, viz.: Kansas 



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City Journal^ Syracuse Standard^ Providence Telegram^ Des Moines Lea 
and Cleveland Recorder. 

Has published many articles, mainly rexnews. 

Married ii June 1896. Mabel Searl of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, I22d St. and 7th Ave., New York, N. Y. 



803. CHARLES E. DOUBLEDAY 

Born 3 Apr. 1864 at Italy Hill, N. Y. Student from Penn Yan, N. 
1884-7. AKE. M.D. 

Student in College of Liberal Arts, 1883-4. Graduate student at Hei( 
berg and Vienna, 1887-9. Physician at Penn Yan, N. Y., since 1890. 

Married 7 June 1893, Elsie L. Kinne of Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Residence, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

804. ALFRED GREEN DOUST 

Born 18 Mar. 1864 at Geddes, X. Y. Student from Syracuse, X. 
1884-7. M.D. 

Student one year at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. Gradu 
student, Post-graduate School and Hospital, N. Y. city, 1889. Physiciai 
New Hartford, N. Y., 1887-9; Syracuse, N. Y., since 1890. City physic 
to 13th Ward, Syracuse, 1890, i, 2, 3, 6; County physician to 13th Wa 
1890, 5. 

Married 25 Sept. 1889, Mary Louise SerWce of New Hartford, N. Y. 

Residence, 302 Delaware St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

805. AMBROvSE CH.ARLES DRISCOLL 

Born 5 Dec. 1866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i88' 
*Ae. Ph.B. and B.C.E. C.E. 1892. 

Civil Engineer in the employ of the State of New York since iJ 
Rodman, through Civil Service exam., promoted to Leveller in 1889 
Asst. Engineer in 1893, to Asst. Engineer in charge in 1894, to ist A 
Engineer in charge in 1896 — all on the Canals of New York State. 

Married 19 June 1893, Helen Barbara Thurston of Alder Creek, On< 
Co., N. Y. 

Children — Hei<kn Catherine, born 7 June 1894. 
Ambrose Chari,es, born 17 Mar. 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

806. WALTER SAMUEL EATON 

Brother of No. 696 

Born 29 Apr. i860 at Montgomery, Vt. Student from Wilton, N. 
1883-7. AT. A.B. 
Clergyman. Pastor Congregational church, Becket, Mass., 1887 



188; ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 4I9 

Btttor Meth. Bpis. church, Salem, N. Y., 1890-2. Pastor istCong. churchy 
Station R., Boeton, Mass., since 1892. 

Married 5 July 1888, Fanny M. Widmer of Bennington, Vt. 

Di/(/r,r»— Frbderick Widmer, born 21 July 1892. 
Irving Cutts, born 17 July 1896. 

Residence, Station R., Boston, Mass. 

807. ♦EZRA GEORGE ELDREDGE 

Born 27 Feb. 1866 at Pennfield, N. Y. Student from Macedon Center,. 
N'.Y, 1883-7. *K*. A.B. 
Law student at Rochester, N. Y., 1887-8. 
Died 23 Jan. 1892. 

808. WILLIAM YOUNG FOOTE 
Brother of No. agS and 852 

Born I Feb. 1863 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., four 
rears between 1881 and 1887. A E E. A.B. 

Principal Union School and Academy, Marathon, N. Y., 1887-9. Teacher 
<rf Latin, High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-93. In the book business in 
SjracQse since 1893. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

809. AGNES EMMA FOSTER 
B.P. No record furnished. 

810. CHARLES WILLIAM HERMAN 

Brother of No. 1064 

Bomii Feb 1861 atFairville, N.Y. Student from Fairville, 1883-7. A.B. 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Camillus, N. Y., 1887-92; Solvay, 
N. Y., 1892-5 ; N. Syracuse, N. Y., since 1895. 
Married 18 May 1888, Florence Webster of Wyoming, N. Y. 
OtW— Kari. Wbbstbr, born 20 Sept. 1895. 
Residence, North Syracuse, N. Y. 

811. FRANKLIN JAMES HOLZWARTH 
1883-7. A,B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts. ) 

812. DE WITT SPINK HOOKER 

Bom 22 Sept. 1863 at Rutland, Vt. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-7. 
AT. A.B. A.M. 1890. B.D. (Drew Theo. Sem.) 1891. 

Clerjryman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Manchester, N. Y., 1891-3 ; MOrris- 
^e. N.Y., 1893-6 ; Auburn, N.Y., Trinity church, 1896-8 ; Phoenix, N.Y., 
<iBcei898. 

Married i Oct. 1896, Gertrude L. Jones of Morrisville, N. Y. 

Residence, Phoenix, N. Y. 



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813. CHARLES XERXES HUTCHINSON 

Bom 2 May 1861 at LeRaysville, Pa. Student from LeRaysville, 1883— 
AT, A.B. A.M. 1890. B.D. (Drew Theo. Sem.) 1892. 

Sunday School Missionary with the N. Y. State S. S. Assoc., 1887-9. St: 
dent at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N.J., 1889-91. Clergymen, Meth. Epi 
Pastor at Elizabeth, N.J., 1891-95, the first year continuing studies also 
the Seminary. Pastor at Newton, N.J., since 1895. 

Has delivered many addresses in connection with Sunday School missic 
^ork, and revised and edited the reports of the annual conventions froi 
1886 to 1889. 

Married 7 Nov. 1889, Annie M. Petrie of Plainfield, N. J. 

Children — Paul, born 10 Aug. 1890. 

Margaret, bom 30 Nov. 1894. 
Constance, bora 10 Aug. 1896. 

Residence, Newton, N. J. 

814. GEORGE WASHINGTON KENNEDY 

Bom 16 May 1862 at Hadley, N. Y. Student from Wells, N. Y., 1883-7. 
AT. A.B. A.M. 1890. 

Principal Graded School, Fort Ann, N. Y., 1887-9; Fair Haven, Vt. 
1889-94. Salesman, 1894-6. Principal Union High School, Westport, N.Y. 
1896-8 ; Grammar School No. 5, Troy, N. Y., since 1898. 

Married (1) 10 July 1888, Jessie L. Fonda of Rupert, Vt., who died - Jun 
1896 ; (2) 21 Dec. 1898, Lillie E. Fleeman of Fair Haven, Vt. 

Ci^f/rf— Laura E., born 4 Sept. 1892. 

Residence, Troy, N. Y. 

815. GRACE BELL LATIMER (MERRICK) 

Born 23 May 1866 at Elbridge, N. Y. Student from Weedsport, N. Y 
1883-7. A *. • B.S. M.S. 1893. 

Teacher at Hartford, Conn., 1887-8. Student, Buffalo Normal Schoo 
1888-9. Teacher, State Normal School, Oneonta, N. Y., 1889-96. 

Married 14 Oct. 1896, Frank W^ Merrick (No. 8 19) of West Roxbury, Mass 

Residence, West Roxbury, Mass. 

816. ELIZA J. LEYDEN 

Bora 16 Feb. 1848 at DeWitt, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.. 1883-: 
r ♦ B. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1890. 
Teacher, ist Assistant, High School, Newark, N. J., since 1887. 
Residence, Newark, N. J., and Syracuse, N.Y. 

817. JOSIAH HOLLISTER LYNCH 

Born 6 Nov. 1863 at Exeter, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y 
1883-7. A T. A.B. A.M. 1890. 
Clergyman, Prot. Epis. Rector, Trinity church, Ottumwa, la. 
Residence, Ottumwa, la. 



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CLINTON DONALD McDONALD 

B.S. (Sec No. 715.) 

818. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MEHAN 

Born 25 Dec. 1855 at Stillwater, N. Y. Student from Mechanicville, N. Y., 
-7. ♦AG. A.B. A.M. 1894. 

Law student at Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1887-93. Admitted to the bar at 
General Term of Supreme Court, Third Dept., held in Saratoga Co., N. Y.^ 
Sept 1893. Lawyer at Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Married 6 Feb. 1894, Kittie L. Meary of Albany, N. Y. 

Residence, Ballston Spa, N. Y. 



819. FRANK WILBUR MERRICK 

Bom 28 Nov. 1863 at Steuben, N. Y. Student from Steuben, 1883-7. 
AKE. A.B. S.T.B. (Boston University) 1891. 

Clergyman. Pastor Memorial Meth. Epis. church, Utica, N. Y., 1887-9. 
Student, School of Theology, Boston Univ., 1889-91. Ordained to the 
ministr}' and installed over Trinity Congregational church, Nep>onset, Mass., 
12 Oct. 1S91. Pursued while pastor, graduate studies in Social Science at 
.\iKiover Theol. Seminary. Pastor South Evangelical church (Cong.), 
Boston, West Roxbury, Mass., since 1893. Dr. C. A. Beck with, now 
Professor in Bangor Theol. Seminary, was last preceding pastor of 
this chiu-ch. 

Married 14 Oct. 1896, Grace Bell Latimer (No. 815) of Oueonta, N. Y. 

Residence, West Roxbury, Mass. 



820. ARTHUR E. MINK 

Born 25 Dec. 1863 at Lyons, N. Y. Student from Rochester, N. Y.^ 
1884-7. M.D. 

Physician at Rochester, N, Y., 1887-9 ; Hamlon, N. Y., 1 890-1 . Physician 
*iN. Y. City Insane Asylum, 1891-2 ; to King's Co. Insane Asylum, 1892-3. 
Physician at St. Louis, Mo. since 1894. Professor Mental and Nervous 
^^^seascs, St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Has published papers "Parthenogenesis of Epilepsy," Buffalo, N. Y., 1888; 

Brain Localization and Psychiatry," 1894 ; '* Pupillary- Diagnosis," 1895 ; 
" Smptomatology of Syphilitis Insanity," 1896; "The Treatment of 
Syphilis of the Nervous System," 1896 ; "Syphilis of the Spinal Cord," 
'898. etc., etc. 

Married 11 Dec. 1888, Gussie L. Wood of Rochester, N. Y. 

Children—l,. Marik, born 14 Sept. 1889 ; died 29 Dec. 1896. 
Gracib Wood, born 22 Oct. 1892. 

^oidence, 3328 Lacas Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 



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821. HOWARD DIXON MITCHELL 

Bom II Jan. 1866 at New York, N.Y. Student from Hot Springs, Ark^ , 
1883-7. Z *. B.C.E. 

Employed in U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1887-90. Asst. City En^^- 
neer. Hot Springs, Ark., 1 890-1. Engineer-in-charge Construction H^>t 
Springs Electric St. Ry., 1893. Engineer-in-charge Government Improve 
ment of the Hot Springs Reservation since 1896. 

Elected City Engineer of the City of Hot Springs, 1891 and re-elect ^sd 
each year since. 

Has published a map of the city of Hot Springs, Ark. 

Residence, Hot Springs, Ark. 

822. HARTMAN L. OBERLANDER 

Born 12 May 1864 at Waukeegan, 111. Student from Syracuse, N. ^^, 
1883-7. M.D. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., and Jamesville, N. Y., 1891-2. Physician 
to Indians at Eastern Cherokee School and Agency, Cherokee, N. C, since 

1893- 
Prominent as a ball player, 1887-91. 

Married — 1890, Jennie Possehl of Utica, N. Y. 

Children — LiItI^ian, born 1893. 

Hartman, born 1896. 

Residence, Cherokee, N. C. 

823. *ROSE EDGERLIE PINDAR (BROWER) 

Bom 21 Dec. 1859 at Prattsburg, N. Y. Student from Lima, N. Y.. 
1883-7. A *. A.B. 
Teacher in Ten Broek Free Academy, Franklin ville, N. Y., 1887-9. 
Married 14 Aug. 1889, George G. Brower (No. 793) of Williamsport, Pa. 
Died 9 Apr. 1895, at Rochester, N. Y. 

824. EMELIE PUGHE (STRASEN BURGH) 

BOrn 12 Jan. 1865 at West Schuyler, N. Y. Student from East Schuyler, 
1884-7. A ♦. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Music in New York Institution for the Blind, 1887-8 ; same, 
Fairfax Hall, Winchester, Va., 1889-90. Director of Music, Gen. Wes.Sem., 
Lima, N. Y., 1889-92 and 1894-6. Student of Music in Vienna and Paris, 
1892-4. 

Married 27 Nov. 1895, Dr. Frederick A. Strasenburgh of Lima, N. Y. 

Residence, Lima, N. Y. 

825. EMMONS HARVEY SANFORD 

Bom 7 Mar. 1862 at Liberty, N. Y. Student from Oneonta, N. Y., 1883-7. 
A T. A.B. A.M. 1890. 
Law student in office of Knapp, Nottingham and Andrews, Syracuse, 



1% AI,U1CNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 423 

N. Y., 1887-9. Lawyer at Syracuse since 1889. In 1893 formed the firm of 
Sanford & Elliott ; Sanford and Parmer since 1897. 

Married 12 Sept. 1888, Jennie DeRemer Thorbum (No. 830) of Decker- 
town, N. J. 
Ckildrtn—JoHii DeRbmbr, bom 20 Dec. 1890. 
Barbara S., bom i6 Aug. 1893. 
Gbrald, bom 6 Mar. 1898. 
Residence, 1 14 Waverly Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 



826. CARRIE ELIZABETH SAWYER 

Sister of No. 1026 

Born 3 Nov. 1865 at Fulton, N.Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1883-7. 
A*. A.B. 
Teacher of Latin and Greek, High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1888-93. 
Residence, 700 University Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. 



827. EVA GARNSEY SEAMAN 

Born 4 Oct. 1864 at Arthursburg, X. Y. Student from Schenectady, 
NY., 1883-7. A.B. 

Teacher, High School, Sandy Creek, N. Y., 1888-90; Private teaching, 
Billston Lake, N. Y., 1890-5. 

Residence. 634 Catherine St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



828. CLARA SMITH 

Born 5 Feb. 1866 at Manlius, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
'SS4-7. M.D. 

Interne at \Voman*s Infirmary for women and children, New York city, 
i{i87-8. Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-91. Woman Asst. Physician, 
I'tica State Hospital, since 1891. 

Residence, State Hospital, Utica, N. Y. 



829. HAMILTON TERRY 

Bora 24 Sept. 1854 at Perry City, N. Y. Student from Marathon, N. Y., 
1884-7. A KB. A.B. 
Principal at Franklinville, N. Y., since 1S87. 
Residence, Franklinville, N. Y. 



830. JENNIE DbREMER THORBURN (SANFORD) 

Bom 15 Aug. 1863 at Malta, N. Y. Student from Spencerport, N. Y. and 
Marcellns, N. Y., 1884-7. A*. Ph.B. 
Preceptrew of Academy, Lowville, N. Y., 1887-8. 



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Married 12 Sept. 1888, Emmons H. Sanford (No. 825, q, v, for furthc 
record) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 114 Waverly Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 



831. WILLIAM CHARLES TODT 

Bom 30 July 1864 at College Point, N. Y. Student from New York.N.'W 
1884-7. M.D. 

Physician at Oswego, N. Y., since 1S87. Health Physician, Oswego, N. "V 
1888-9. Acting Asst. Surgeon U. S. Marine Hospital Service since 188 
Member Oswego Co. Med. Society ; of Syracuse Academy of Medicine. 

Married 11 Oct. 1892, Margaret Cowles Lovejoy of Oswego, N. Y. 

Children —Arthur Lovejoy, born 29 July 1893. 
Ethel Weidmann, born 19 Apr. 1896. 

Residence, Oswego, N. Y. 



832. P. ERNEST TURTELOT 

Brother of No. 595 and Son of No. 2166 

Bom 21 Sept. 1858 at Herkimer, N. Y. Student from Herkimer, 1882-^ 
four years. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1890. 

Princi))al at Andes, N. Y., 1887-90. Representative of local newspapen 
Herkimer N. Y., since 1890. 

Married 28 Feb. 1895, Lillian A. Kemp (see Non-graduates) of Delhi, N.\ 

CA/V^^Frances a., bom 20 Feb. 1896. 

Residence, Herkimer, N. Y. 

833. JENNIE EMMA WELLER (ARCHAMBO) 

Born 27 July 1866 at LaFayette, N. Y. Student from LaFayette, 1883-: 
K K r. B.Mus. 
Teacher of Music in Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 1887-90. 
Married 25 May 1892, F. W. Archambo of Phoenix, N. Y. 
Residence, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



834. JENNIE LOUISA WHITBREAD 

Bom 22 Dec. 1864 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1882-; 
four years. A*. Ph.B. 

Teacher, Juvenile Institution, New- York, N. Y., 1887-9. Student c 
Methods and Practice in Normal School, Classical Course, Oswego, N. Y 
1889-90. Teacher of English Literature, Elocution and Physical Cultun 
High School, Orange, N. J., 1890-3. Vice-Principal of same, 189^: 
Teacher of English Literature, Girl's Latin School, Baltimore, Md., sine 
1893. Dean of same since 1895. 

Residence, 2315 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 



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Class of 1888 

855. GEORGE IRVING ABBOTT 

Born 12 Nov. 1864 at Sandy Creek, N. Y. Student from Hannibal Center, 
K. Y. at Wesleyan University, 1884-6 ; at Syracuse University, 1886-8. 
♦Ae. A.B. 

Asst Principal Graded School, Hannibal, N. Y., 1888-9. Railroad Clerk 
in Auditor's OflBce, R. W. & O. R. R. Co., Oswego, N. Y., 1889-91. Book- 
keeper, T. Kingsford & Son, Fdy. and Mch. Wks. Dept., since 1891. 

Married 14 Aug. 1889, Myrta M. Fordham of Oswego, N. Y. 

Residence, Oswego, N. Y. 



836. MARY ETHEL ABBOTT 
sister of Nan. 1040 and 1272 

Born 6 May 1866 at Clay, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1884-8. 
A.B. A.M. 1891. 

Teacher in Classical School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-90 ; Private School, 
i89'>-i.* High School, East Syracuse, 1891-3. Employed in Library, 
Syracuse University, since 1893. 

Residence, 13 16 Madison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

837. FRANK GILES BANISTER 

Born u Dec. 1864 at Watertown, N. Y. Student from Watertown, 1882-8, 
lonr years. AT. A.B. A.M. 1891. 

Teacher, Mexico, N. Y., 1888-9. Secretary Y. M. C. A., Binghamton, 
X. Y., 1889-91 ; same, Harlem Branch, N. Y. City Y. M. C. A., since 1891. 
Traveled in Europe during 1894. 

Married 18 May 1892, Elizabeth E. Thompson of Carthage, N. Y. 

Residence, 5 West 125th St., New York, N. Y. 



838. JAMES PARKER BECKER 

Bora 21 Jan. 1866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1884-8. 
Z^. as. M.D. (Long Island College Hospital) 1896. 

Physical Director Y. M. C. A., Binghamton, N. Y., 1889; same, Brooklyn, 
^- Y., 1890-4. Student at Long Island College Hospital, 1894-6. House 
^eoo of tame, 1896. Ambulance Surgeon to Board of Health, Brooklyn, 
VY., Summer of 1896. 

Valedictofiui of his class at Medical College, speaking on *'The Progress 
<<Sdeiice." 

Has read several papers on physical development at State conventions of 
^- M. C A., as at Anburn and Lockport, N. Y. and Trenton, N. J. 
Residence, 505 So. Warren St, S3rracu8e, N. Y. 



426 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1888 

839. WILLIAM EDWARD BLAIR 

Born 30 Sept. 1862 at Wellsboro, Pa. Student from Wellsboro at Alle- 
gheny College, 1884-5 1 at Syracuse University, 1885-8. Z *. B.S. 

Principal Graded School, Antrim, Pa., 1888-9; High School, Tioga, Pa., 
1889-97 ; at Westfield, Pa., since 1897. 

Married 26 June 1888, Delia Boyce of Wellsboro, Pa. 

Children — Nathan D., born 7 Nov. 1889. 
Harold W., bom 20 Dec. 1892. 

Residence, Westfield, Pa. 



840. THOMAS CHARLES BLAISDELL 

S<iii of No. 1903 

Born 29 Aug. •1867 at Oil City, Pa. Student from Green\411e, Pa., at Alle- 
gheny College ; entered senior class Syracuse University, 1888. ^ A 8. 
A.B. A.M. 1891. 

Teacher of Mathematics and English, Macon High School, Charlotte, 
N. C, 1888-9 ; of Latin and English, Alexander Military Inst., White Plains, 
N. Y., 1889-90. Principal of Schools, Litchfield, Conn., 1890. Head of 
English Dept., High School, Allegheny, Pa., 1890-6. Graduate student 
and Assistant in English Literature, University of Nebraska, 1896-7. Pro- 
fesssor of Literature in Normal Department, High School, Pittsburg, Pa., 
since 1897. 

Traveled in Spain and Italy in summer of 1890. 

Married 18 May 1893, Kate Christy (see Non-graduates) of Pittsburg, Pa. 

Children — Mary, born 25 June 1894. 

Thomas Christy, born 2 Dec. 1895. 

Residence, 6740 Atwell St., Pittsburg, Pa. 

841. CHARLES E. BOYNTON 
M.D. No record furnished. 



842. MARY CLEAVELAND BRADFORD 

Bom 23 April 1847 at Grafton, Vt. Graduate of Mount Holyoke College. 
Received degree on examination, 1888. Ph.B. 
Teacher of Latin in Mount Holyoke College. 
Residence, South Hadley, Mass. 

843. MARY FRANCES CALL 

Horn 24 March 1864 at Potsdam, N. Y. Student from Potsdam, 1884-8. 
A *. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1891. 

Teacher, Ives' Seminary, Antwerp, N.Y., 1888-9; Academy, Ilion, N.Y., 
J 889-90 ; High School, Syracuse, N. Y., since 1892. 

Residence, 759 Irving Ave. , Syracuse, N. Y. 






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844. ALICE CARTER (COOK) 

Bom 8 April 1868 at New York, N. Y. Student from Huntington. N. Y. 
Graduate of Mt. Holyoke College. Received degrees on examination, 1888. 
Ph.B. Fh.M. and Ph.D. 1888 (Botany). 

Teacher of Botany, Mt. Holyoke Seminary, So. Hadley, Mass., 1888-91. 
Has published several articles on scientific subjects in Botanical Gazette ^ 
Torre y Bulletin and Popular Science Monthly. 

Married 11 Nov. 1892, Orator F. Cook (No. 943, q. v, for further record) 
of Clyde, N. Y. 

Residence, Washington, D. C. 



845. FRANK STEPHENS CHRISTY 
Brother of No. 941 

Bom 28 June 1866 at Allegheny City, Pa. Student from Allegheny City 
at Allegheny College. Entered senior class, Syracuse University, 1888. 
B.C.E. 

No record furnished. 

846. CORNELIA MARIA CLAPP 

Bom 1849 at Montague, Mass. Graduate of Mount Holyoke Col- 
lege. Received degrees on examination, 1888. Ph.B. Ph. M. and Ph.D. 
1SS9 (Zoology). Ph.D. (University of Chicago) 1896. 

Teacher of Zoology, Mt. Holyoke College, 1889-93. Graduate student, 
University of Chicago, 1893-6. Investigator at Marine Biological Labora- 
tory, Wood's Holl, Mass., during summers 1888-96. Professor of Zoology, 
Mt. Holyoke College, since 1896. 

Has published *'Some Points in the Development of Batrachus tau,*' in 
foumal 0/ Morphology^ Vol. V. No. 3, 1891 ; ** Lateral Line System of Batra- 
chus tau,'* ibid., 1896. 

Residence, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

847. ARTHUR BRIDGMAN CLARK 
1884-8. B.Ar. (Sec Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

848. ARTHUR CAREY CONNELLY 

Bom 5 Apr. 1868 at New Salem, N. Y. Student from Kingston, N. Y., 
i85i4-8. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1891. 

Admitted to bar, 1890. Lawyer, New York city, 1890-2 ; Kingston, N. Y., 
since 1892. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court of Ulster Co., N. Y., since 

I Jan. 1899- 
Married 26 Feb. 1895, Pauline B. Webster of Kingston, N. Y. 

Residence, Kingston, N. Y. 



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849. DANIEL J. CONNELLY 

Born 19 Mar. 1858 at Cairo, N. Y. Student from Catskill, N. 
1886-8. M.D. 
Physician at Saugerties, N. Y., 1888 ; Kingston, N. Y., since 1888. 
Married — 1892, Mrs. Dr. J. H. D. Terwilliger of Kingston, N. Y. 
Residence, Kingston, N. Y. 

850. FLORENCE MARY FARNHAM (OSGOOD) 

Born 30 Oct. 1866 at Bradford, Vt. Student from Bradford, 1885 
r*B. B.P. 

Teacher of Painting and Modem Languages, Lagrange, N. C, 1888 
Student of Water Color Painting with W. N. Bartholomew of Boston, th: 
years, and with C. N. Sanderson of Boston one summer. 

Married, 10 June 1891. Col. Edward G. Osgood of Bellows Falls, Vt. 

C^Z/fl'— Florence Elizabeth, born 24 Mar. 1896. 

Residence, Bellows Falls, Vt. 

851. MILTON JOSEPH FLETCHER 

Born 5 Oct. 1862 at East Guilford, N. Y. Student from Oneonta, N. ' 
1884-8. AT. A.B. 

Principal Union School and Academy, Dryden, N. Y., 1888-94 ; Uni 
School and Academy, Unadilla, N. Y., since 1894. 

Married 25 Dec. 1889, Nettie Peirson Ferguson of Hume, N. Y. 

Child — Louise Emily, bom 27 Sept. 1890. 

Residence, Unadilla, N. Y, 

852. ELIZABETH LOUISA FOOTE 

Sister of Nos. 298 and 808 

Bom 23 Aug. 1866 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

Wellesley College, 1884-6, and at Syracuse University, 1886-8. A*. A 

^ B.L.S. [Bachelor of Library Science] (University of State of N. Y.) 18 

Teacher, Union School, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1888-9. Math. Examii 
in Regent's Office, Albany, N. Y., 1889-90. Cataloguer and Asst. in Sb 
Library, 1890-5. Cataloguer Baptist Historical Collection, Colgate Univ 
sity Library, Hamilton, N. Y., 1894-6. During and since connection w 
N. Y. State Library has been engaged in organizing, cataloguing, 
assisting in cataloguing libraries in various towns of the State of New Yoi 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

853. JAMES FRASER (or FRAZER) 

Bom 1840. Student at Knox College, Toronto, and at Syracuse Un 
A.B. A.M. Ph.D. 1889 (Chr. Evid.) 
Student at Princeton Theol. Sem. Clergyman, Presbyterian. 
Residence, Las Vegas, New Mexico. 
No record furnished. 



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854. CORA ADELLA HARRINGTON (OUT) 

Born at Brattlelx>ro, Vt. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

i^S. A*. A.B. 

Married 23 Apr. 1889, George Byron Out (see Non-graduates) of Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Children — Marion Pease, bom 29 Sept. 189 1. 

Mildred Theodoria, bom 2 Dec. 1894. 

Residence, 118 Sabine St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

855. MINNIE BELLE HARRINGTON 
Sister of No. 1226 
B.P. No record furnished. 
Residence, 1104 E. Adams St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

856. HERBERT HENRY HAWKINS 
Brother of No. 618 

Born 28 May 1862 at Potsdam, N. Y. Student from Potsdam, 1884-8 
AKE. Ph.B. 

As8t. Principal, Union School and Academy, Palmyra, N. Y., 1888-9. 
Principal Union School and Academy, Deposit, N. Y.. 1889-91. Engaged 
in mining in Wyoming and Idaho, 1891-5. Secretary and Treasurer Ameri- 
can Tin Foil & Bottle Cap Co., Kingston, N. Y., since 1895. 

Residence, Kingston, N. Y. 

857. EDWARD EMORY HILL 

Born 15 Jan. 1863 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Fulton, 1884-8. AT. 
A.B. AM. 1891. 

Principal High School, Tuscola, 111., 1888-9; Teacher of Civics and 
Mathematics, Hyde Park High School, Chicago, 111., since 1889. 

Married — 1889, Rosa May Lester of Tuscola, 111. 

Child— KosJL Elizabeth, born May 1892. 

Residence, 5353 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

858. HENRIETTA EDGECOMB HOOKER 

Bom 12 Dec. 185 1 at Gardiner, Me. Graduate of Mt. Holyoke College, 
lleceived degrees on examination, 1888. Ph.B. Ph.M. and Ph.D. 1888 
(Botany). 

Teacher at Mt. Holyoke College except during seven trips to Europe. 
Stadent at Berlin University, 1888-9. 

Has published, **From London to Down, the home of Darwin," Cosmo- 
politan; lUnstrated article on "Norway;" " Mt. Holyoke;" '* Amusements 
at Mt. Holyoke," Century Magazine', •♦Historical Sketch of Mt. Holyoke 
College," New England Magazine \ ** Morphological Study of Cuscuta 
Gronovii," Botanical Gazette. 
Residence, South Hadley, Mass. 



430 AI«UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 188B 

859. NEWELL EUGENE HULBERT 

Bom 12 Feb. 1857 at Thompson, Ohio. Student from Thompson, 1884-8L 
♦ A e. A.B. A.M. 1S91. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Bainbridge, O. (Bissells), 1888-90; 
Andover, O., 1890-1 ; Colebrook, O., 189 1-4 ; Beverly, O., 1894-7; Welsh- 
field, O., since 1897. 

Has averaged more than four sermons per ^*eek since 1888. 
Married 27 Sept. 1888, Emma J. Hardy of Chardon, Ohio. 
Children — Nbttie Charlotte, bom 17 Oct. 1889. 
RoyTrueman, bom 23 Nov. 1891. 
Esther Laura, born 17 Sept. 1894. 
Frederick Edgar, born 17 Nov. 1896. 
Residence, Welshfield, Ohio. 

860. LEONIE HURLIMANN 
M.D. No record furnished. 

861. MYRTA LEONTINE KENASTON (RUSSELL) 

Born 16 June 1868 at Lisbon, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y. , 
1884-8. r * B. B.P. 

Teacher of Art at Female College, Bordentown, N. J., 1888-9. Traveli 
for the greater part of the next three years. 

Married 13 Oct. 1892, Thomas Andrew Russell of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Residence, 295 Woodward Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

862. FREDERICK CARR LYFORD 
1884-8. B.P. (See Faculty .Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

863. EDWIN CLARK MASON 

Born 7 Nov. 1862 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Cayuga, N. Y., li 
A K E. A.B. 

Reporter, Syracuse Herald^ 1888-9; Rochester (N. Y.) Democrat a\ 
Chronicle, 1889-92 ; Rochester Lotion and Advertiser^ 1892-4. Advcrtisir*^ 
manager Rochester Herald since 1894. 

Married 21 June 1894, Eloise S. Cool of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Child— T>o^KU> Wesley, born 13 Nov. 1896. 

Residence, 133 Meigs St., Rochester, N. Y. 

864. GEORGE HOLMES MAXWELL 

Born 16 April 1864 at Woodstock, N. Y. Student from Marion, N. Y.| 
1884-8. A K E. A.B. A.M. 1891. LL.B. and LL.M. (Columbia UniTer- 
sity) 1892. 

With Vacuum Oil Co., Rochester, N.Y., 188S-9. Examiner in U.S. Piteot 
Office, 1889-95. Patent lawyer with Crosby & Gregory, Boston, Mass., sinoe 1 

1895. ' ' 

Residence, Boston, Mass. 



l888 AlfUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 43 1 

865. MARY BROWN MOORE 

Bom 15 Nov. 1865 at Weedsport, N.Y, Student from Weedsport, 1884-8. 
KKr. B.S. M.S. 1891. 

Teacher at Hayward Collegiate Institute, Fairfield, 111., 1889-91 ; Sauquoit 
Academy, Sauquoit, N. Y., 1892-3; High School, Naugatuck, Conn., 1894. 

Residence, Weedsport, N. Y. 

866. JOHN HERMAN MURRAY 
Brother of No. 867 
Bom 7 May 1862 at Baldwinsville, N. Y. Student from Hastings, N. Y., 
1884-8. ♦Ae. B.S. 

Principal High School, Apalachicola, Fla., 1888-9; Union School and 
Academy, Smithville Flats, N.Y., 1890-4. 

.\dmitted to the bar at Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 1894. Lawyer at Cincin- 
natus, X. Y., since 1895. 
Married 26 Dec. 1895, Jennie C. Hoag of Smithville Flats, N. Y. 
rA;/(/-HELEN E., born 8 July 1897. 
Residence, Cincinnatus, N. Y. 

867. WILLIAM SMITH MURRAY 
Brother of No. 866 

Born 3 Sept. i860 at Phoenix, N.Y. Student from Hastings, N.Y., 1884-8. 
♦Ae. B.S. M.S. 1892 (History). 

Graduate student, 1888-9. Asst. Principal, Ives' Seminary, Antwerp, 
^. Y., 1889-90. Principal Union School and Academy, Liverpool, N. Y., 
^^3; Union School and Academy, Windsor, N. Y., 1893-6 ; Graded and 
Union School. Troy, Pa., since 1896, 

Has published a paper on **Thomas Arnold,'* in 8th annual report of the 
Educational Council of Onondaga ;" "How to make Composition and Dec- 
lination Work Profitable," in 9th annual report of same. 

Married— Aug. 1888, Kittie C. Wood (see Non-graduates) of North 
Prbana, N. Y. 

Kcsidence, Troy. Pa. 

868. AMELIA D. NIVEN 
M.D. No record furnished. 

869. J. DAVIS OZMUN 

Bom 6 July 1856 at So. Lansing, N. Y. Student from So. Lansing and 
/Owca, N. Y., 1885-8. M.D. 

Physician at Canajoharie, N. Y., 1888-96. At New York Eye, Ear, Nose 
lod Throat Hospital, 1896 ; at Royal Ophthalmic Hospital, London and 
Fmts Hospitals, 1897. Health Officer of town of Canajoharie, N. Y., 
1894 and 1895. 
Married 27 Sept. 1888, Clara F. Norton of So. Lansing, N. Y. 
Residence, 35 South Clinton St., Rochester, N. Y. 



432 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY l81 

870. JESSIE TRUESDELL PECK 

Born 14 May 1863 at Kingston, N. Y. Student from Whitney Poii 
N. Y., 1884-8. K K r. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Piano and Organ at Yates, Pa. , 1888-9 ; Chicago, 111. sin 
1889. Has large private classes. 

Residence, 407 Seminary Ave., Chicago, 111. 

871. LYMAN CRANDALL PIERCE 

Born 29 Sept. 1857 at • Student from Wolcott, N. Y., 1882-8, fom 

years. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1891. 
No record furnished. 

872. KVA DELIA CLOTHILDE POTTER (REMINGTON) 

Born 14 June 1861 at Webster, N. Y. Student from Webster, 1884-8. 
r * B. B.S. 

Instructor in Latin and Literature, Dover Conference Academy, 1888-90 
Instructor Primary Dept., Union School, Webster, N. Y., 1890-1. 

Has published an essay on *' Count Leo Tolstoi,'* and in cooperation witl 
her sister. Miss Remington, translations from the German of short storie 
and poems. 

Married 2 Sept. 1891, Frederic Remington, M.D., a graduate of th( 
Medical Department of Harvard University, class of 1888. 

Children — Ezra Potter, born 28 May 1892. 

Frederic Remington, Jr., born 25 Dec. 1894. 

Residence, 551 South Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

873. WESLEY AMOS PRATT 

Born 2 Dec. 1864 at Pownal, Vt. Student from Manchester, Iowa, 1884-^ 
4>K4'. A.B. A.M. 1891. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor Redfield, N. Y., 1888; Potter, N. Y. 
1888-9: Amber. N. Y., 1889-92; Borodino, N. Y., 1892-5; Cicero, N. Y. 
1895-8 ; Sterling, N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 5 Sept. 1892, Cynthia Hotchkiss of Amber, N. Y. 

Children— y^KKX Stuart, born i Aug. 1893 ; died 10 Oct. 1893. 
Irene H., born i Mar. 1895. 

Residence, Sterling, N. Y. 

874. HOWARD LINCOLN RIXON 

Born 20 Jan. 1867 at Verona, N. Y. Student from Canastota, N. Y, 
1884-8. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1893. 

Teacher in Car>' vSemiriary, Oakfield, N. Y., 1888-9. Clergyman, Metl 
Kpis. Pastor at Peterboro, N. Y., 1889-91 ; Nelson, N. Y., 1891-4. Studec 
at Drew Theol. Seni., Madison, N. J., 1894-5. Pastor at Camillus, N. Y 
1S95-7. Pastoral Moravia, N. Y. since 1897. 

Residence, Moravia, N. Y. 



l888 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 433 

875. HARRY GRANT ROWLAND 
Brother of No. 1323 

Born 13 June 1865 at Ulysses, Pa. Student from Wellsboro, Pa. , in Alle- 
gheny College, 1884-5, and in Syracuse University, 1885-8. Pli-B. Ph.M.1891. 

Uw student in office of Hon. M. F. Elliott, Wellsboro, Pa., 1888-9. 
Teacher in Public Schools, Wellsboro, Pa., 1889-90. Admitted to bar for 
Pa., 1890; for Washington State, 1891. Lawyer at Puyallup, Wash., since 
1891. City Atty. of Puyallup, 1896. Chairman Pierce Co. Republican 
Convention, 1896. On Republican ticket for Prosecuting Attorney of 
Pierce Co., 1896. Ticket defeated. 

In 1895 with three others, made a successful ascent of Mt. Tacoma 
(Ranier), 14500 ft. high. 

Residence. Puyallup, Wash. 

876. EMMA A. RUNNION (BUCK) 
Bom 3 Jan. 1855 at Otisco, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1885-8. M.D. 
Married 15 May 1893. Rev. C. G. Buck of Syracuse, N. V. 
Residence, 331 Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

877. MORGAN RICH SANFORD 
Brother of No. 920 

Bom 12 Feb. 1862 at Hedgesville, N. Y. Student from Hedgesville, 
i884-«. ♦AS. B.S M.S. 1890 (Botany). 

Professor of Natural Science, Hedding College, Abingdon, 111., 1888-9. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1890. Professor 
<rf N'at Science, Kansas Wes. Univ. , Salina, Kan. , 1890-1 . Teacher of same, 
^*«. Acad., Wilbraham, Mass., 1 891-7. Resided at Hedgesville, N. Y., 
%-8. Connected with the Weather Bureau, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 
^cago, 111., since 1898. 

Married 25 Aug. 1890, Orinda J. Sexsmith (see Non-grarluates) of Syra- 
«>«, X. Y. 

Ok/A/— William Wilkinson, born 19 May 1896. 

Residence, 1249 Mich. Ave.. Chicago, 111. Care of Weather Bureau. 

878. WILLIAM GEORGE WASHINGTON SCHMIDT 
Bora 22 Feb. 1864 New Ulm, Minn. Student from Mankato, Minn., 
1886-8, having entered Junior year by certificate from Northwestern College, 
•Vaperville. 111. ♦ K ♦. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1891. 

blaster of Modem Languages, Lake Forest (111.) Academy, 1888-90. 
Instructor of Mod. Langs., N. W. Univ., Evanston, 111., 1890-3. Instructor 
of German, Lake Forest College, 1893-4. Professor of (Verman in same, 
1894-5. On leave of absence, student of Germanic Philology at the Univer- 
sity of Freiburg, Germany, 1895-6. Instr. in German, Univ. of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111., 1896-7. Professor of German, Lake Forest College, since 1897. 



454 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY l88S 

Married 1888, Margaret J. Patterson of Hoddam, 111. 

Children — Kari« P., born 19 June 1890. 

Walter, born 25 Feb. 1892 ; died 21 Mar. 1892. 

Grace Hilda, born 25 Aug. 1896. 
Residence, Lake Forest, III. 

879. FRANK JUSTUS SCHNAUBER 

Born 14 Sept. 1865 at Syracu.se, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1884-8. 
♦ K^'. B.C.R. 

Topographical Draughtsman, Syracuse Water Commission, 1888-9. 
Rodman 5th Ave. Elevated R. R., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889. Asst. Engineer 
City Engineer's Office, Syracuse, 1890-2. Prin. Constr. Engineer City Eng. 
Office, Syracuse, 1892-6. Deputy City Engineer, Syracuse, since 1896. 

Married 14 July 1898, Mina A. Burpee of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

880. ROBERT JUDSON SCOTT 

Born 29 Apr. 1865 at Wheeler, N. Y. Student from Prattsburgh, N. Y. 
1885-8. A K E. M.D. 

Student for one term in College of Liberal Arts, 1883. Physician m^ 
St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., 1888-9; Prattsburgh, N. Y — 
since 1889. Health officer of town and village of Prattsburgh, 1892- 
Member Board of Education, Franklin Academy, Prattsburgh, since 189, 

Married 11 June 1891, Belle McCarrick of Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

Residence, Prattsburgh, N. Y. 

JAMES HENRY SHULTS 
1886-8. M.D. (See No. 327.) 

881. NELSON A. SLOAN 

Born 10 June 1863 at Bel lona, N.Y. Student from Bellona, 1885-8. M.^ 

Physician at Bridgeport, N.Y., 1889; Bellona, N.Y., 1890 ; Preble, N. 'S^ 
Jordan, N.Y., Rose, N.Y., and Dresden, N.Y. 

Coroner of Town of Torrey, N. Y., 1895. Physician to Village Board * 
Health, 1896. 

Married 5 Sept. 1894, Mayme A. MacLaury of Easton, Pa. 

Residence, Dresden, N. Y. 

882. CARLOS D'ANDR.\DE VILLARES 

Brother of Xo. 450 

Born 1865 at Oporto, Portugal. Student from Oporto, 1887-8, having 
been admitted to senior class on papers from Polytech. School, Porto, 
Portugal. B.C.E. 

No record furnished. 



L888--9 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 435 

883. HELEN MARY WARD WELL (HAWKINS) 

Bom 16 July 1869 at Mannsville, N.Y. Student from Mannsville, 18S4-8. 
r ♦ B. B.Mns. 
Graduate student 1888-96. Traveled in Europe. 

Married 10 June 1896, Delmer E. Hawkins (No. 1227, q, v, for further 
record) of S3rracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

884. WILLIAM PLAISTED WESTFALL 

Brother of No. 490 

Bora 17 July 1866 at Geddes, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N.Y., 1884-8. 
♦ T. Pb.B. 
Law student, 1888-90. Lawyer at St. Paul, Minn., since 1890. 
Married 20 Dec. 1893, Sophia S. Gere of S3rracuse, N.Y. 
CA/A/— William Plaisted, Jr., born 7 July, 1896. 
Residence, St. Paul, Minn. 

885. FRANK EDWIN YOUNG 
Brother of No. 789 

Bora 6 Aug. 1868 at Shellrock, Iowa. Student from Liverpool, N. Y.^ 
1884-^. B.& 

Lawyer at Syracuse since 1890. Member of firm of Jones, McGowan & 
Yonng, and later of Jones & Young. 

Married 7 Sept. 1892, Lizzie D. Transue of Liverix>ol, N. Y. 

Chitd—KAY Transue, bom 28 June 1893. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



Class of 1889 
886. nellie elvena angell (seamans) 

Born 6 Mar. 1863 at Exeter, N. Y. Student from Ilion, N. Y., 1885-9. 
r*B. B.P. 

Teacher of Art in Female College, Wheeling, W. Va., 1889-90. Supt. 
0^ Drawing, teacher and critic of Methods in the State Normal School, 
Geneteo, N. Y., 1891-3. 
Married June 1895, I. C. Seamans of 327 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

887. ALLEN ELI ATWATER 

Bora 22 Aug. 1857 at Throopeville, N. Y. Student from Throopsville, 
i8%-9. ♦T. A.B. 
General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 1889-94. 



436 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 1889 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Ludlow, Vt., 1894-6 ; Island Pond, Vt, 
1896-8 ; Barre, Vt. since 1898. 

Married 1 1 July 1877, Lizzie C. Robbins of Auburn, N. Y. 

Residence, Barre, Vt. 

888. WESLEY HAMILTON BENHAM 

Born I Jan. 1868 at Owasco, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 1885-9. 
^T. A.B. A.M. 1892. B.D. (Drew Theological Seminary) 1892. 

Fellow of Drew Theo. Sem. at Berlin University, 1892-3. Clergyman. 
Pastor at Carmel, N. Y., 1893-5. Assistant at St. Luke's Episcopal church, 
Matteawan, N. Y., 1895-6. Rector of Grace Episcopal Church, Galesborg, 
111., since 1896. 

Married 2 Sept. 1896, Sue VanWyck Andrews of Fishkill, N. Y. 

Residence, Galesburg, 111. 

889. HORACE WILLIAM BRITCHER 

Bom 29 Dec. 1867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1885-9. 
BC.E. 

Graduate student at Syracuse, Univ., in Mineralogy and Zoology, 1889-90. 
Same at John's Hopkins University, in Biology, 1890-94. Laboratory Asst. 
in Biology, Johns Hopkins Univ., 1891-3. Laboratory Asst. in Embnr— 
ology at same, 1894. Graduate student in Biology at same, 1895-6. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

890. MARY ELIZABETH BURDICK 

Sister of No. 891 

Born 31 Dec. 1864 at Crown Point, N. Y. Student from Crown Poin'*' 
1885-9. A*. A.B. A.M. 1892. 

Teacher, First Asst., Union School, Gowanda, N. Y., 1889-91. Princip^^- 
High School, Bradford, Pa., 1 891-2 ; Asst., Franklin Academy, Malon^^s 
N. Y., spring term 1893 ; Asst., High School, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., f».^ 
term, 1893. Graduate student in Teachers* College, New York city, 1896— ^7 
First Asst., Columbus Latin School, Columbus, Ohio, since 1897. 

Assisted Dr. W. J. Milne, Albany, N. Y., in the preparation of his scrips* 
of mathematical text-books, 1892-4 ; also in the completion of the Semi-Ce^' 
tennial History of the N. Y. State Normal College, 1895. 

Residence, 527 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio. 

891. WILLIAM CLARK BURDICK 

Brother of No. 890 

Bom 9 Feb. 1863 at Crown Point, N. Y. Student from Crown Point, 
1885-9. A.B. 

Engaged in agriculture, 1889-93, preaching more or less at Hammond- 
ville, N. Y. In 1892 *' supplied " Upper Jay and Keene, N. Y. Pastor at 
Lock Berlin, N. Y., 1893-4. Variously engaged, 1894-5. General County 



889 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 437 

Lgent for Wayne Co., N. Y., and vicinity for oxydoner ** Victory," (a med- 
ical instrament) since 1896. 
Residence, Lock Berlin, N. Y. 

892. FREDERIC NEWELL BURRITT 

Bom 24 Dec 1866 at Weedsport, N.Y. Student from Weedsport, 1885-9. 
♦ K*. B.S. M.S. 1892. 
Banker at Weedsport, N. Y., since 1890. 

Married 22 Jan. 1890, Emma Godfrey Beasley (see Non-graduates) of 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 
C*i7(/— Gladys Seward, born 9 Dec. 1890. 
Residence, Weedsport, N.Y. 

893. LEVI SNELL CHAPMAN 
Brother of No. 983 

Born 15 Ctet. 1865 at Fayetteville, N.Y. Student from Fayetteville, 1885-9. 
AT. A.B. 

Law clerk to Board of U. S. General Appraisers, N. Y. city, 1890. 

Admitted to bar, 8 Sept 1891. Lawyer since i Jan. 1892 at Syracuse, N.Y. 
Of the firm of Newell & Chapman since i Jan. 1893. 

Member of Assembly for 3d Dist. of Onondaga Co., N. Y., 1895. 

Married 30 Nov. 1892, Lucia Louise Pattengill of Whitesboro, Oneida Co. ^ 
K Y. 

Child— UhhA Louise, bom 19 Feb. 1894. 
Residence, 321 Westcott St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

894. GEORGE WILLIAM CHURCH 

Bora 7 Oct, 1861 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Hamilton, N. Y., 
J882-3 and 1886-9. Ben. A.B. 

Principal Union School, Dickinson Center, N. Y., 1889-90. Publisher of 
^otkem Observer ^ Massena, N. Y., 1890-2. Solicitor for Economic Fuel 
^Co., Chicago, 111., 1892-4. Solicitor of life insurance since 1894. 

Has published "Catalogue of the Birds of St. Lawrence County, N. Y.," 
1890; "Catalogue of the Common and Noxious Weeds," 1891 ; •' Some of 
^Parasitic Fungi," 1892. 

Iteaidence, Amboy Center, N. Y. 

895. STEPHEN STILLMAN COBB 
Brother of No. 750 

Born 18 July 1867 at Manlius, N.Y. Student from New York Mills, N.Y. , 
1885-9. AKE. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Schuyler and West Frankfort, N.Y., 
1890-93 ; Newport, N. Y., 1893-6 ; Morristown, N. Y., since 1896. 

Harried 15 July 1891, Maignerite L. Gooding of Tomhannock, N. Y. 

Residence, Morristown, N. Y. 



43^ ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

896. EVERETT CLAYTON COUNTRYMAN 

Brother of No. 1050 

Born 23 May 1867 at East Otto, N. Y. Student from Oakfield, N 
1885-9. * T. B.S. 

Teacher of English Literature and Latin, Gilbert Academy, Win 
Conn., 1890-1 ; of Mental and Moral Science and German, Jennings Si 
nary, Aurora, 111., 1894-5. 

Admitted to the bar of N. Y. State, 1894, and practiced, 1894-6. 

Editor and publisher of the Gowanda Leader since 1896. 

Edited when in college The Ofiondagan for '89. 

Married 21 July 1897, Annah Sherman of Gowanda, N. Y. 

Residence, Gowanda, N. Y. 

897. KATHARINE ARMISTEAD CRAWFORD 

sister of No. 799 

Born 17 Nov. 1866 at Skaneateles Falls, N. Y. Student from Syra< 
1884-9. A*. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Music at Cumberland Female Seminary, McMinnville, Te 
1889-90; Collegiate Institute, Shelbina, Mo., 1890-2; Carleton Coll 
Northfield, Minn., 1892-3 ; Clinton Liberal Institute, Fort Plain, N 
1893-4. Student of vocal music, Syracuse University, 1894-95. Teach 
Music at State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 1895-6; Bucknell Un 
sity, Lewisburg, Pa., since 1896. 

Residence, Lewisburg, Pa. 

898. WILL BOWERS CROWLEY 

Bom 6 July 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i8i 
A K E. A.B. A. M. 1896. 

Law Student at Syracuse, 1889-91. Admitted to the bar of N. Y. S 
1891. Lawyer at Syracuse since 1891. The firm of Lewis & Crowley 
formed in May, 1893, and still continues. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

899. MARY AMELIA DAY 
B.P. No record furnished. 

900. FRANCES LUCINDA DRAKE (PELLET) 

Bom 23 June 1867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i8i 
a;*. A.B. A.M. 1892. 

Preceptress Wilson Academy, Angelica, N. Y., 1889-90 (Math, and La 
Academy, Watkins, N. Y., 1890-3 (Greek, Latin, etc.) 

Married 16 Mar. 1893, Frank Edwin Pellet. 

C/tUd^Mary, born 10 July 1898. 

Residence, Passaic, N. J. 



lS89 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 439 

901. ERNEST ISAAC EDGCOMB 

Bom 10 Jan. 1867 at Cortland, N. Y. Student from Cortland, 1885-9. 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1896. 

Law student with Goodelle & Nottingham, Syracuse, N. Y., 1889-91. 
Admitted to the bar of N. Y. State, Sept. 11, 1891. Lawyer at Syracuse, 
since 1891. Member of the firm of Edgcomb and Rafferty. Supervisor 
Sih ward, Syracuse, since i Jan. 1898. 
Married 20 Apr. 1898, Grace Helen Webb (No. 1 188) of Syracuse, N.Y. 
Residence, 908 Harrison St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

902. FRANK JAMES FARRINGTON 

Bom 26 Feb. 1866 at La Fayette, N. Y. Student from La Fayette, 1885-9. 
♦ K*. A.B. 

Admitted to the bar of N. Y. State, 10 Sept. 1891. Lawyer at Syracuse, 
N. Y., since 1891. Member of firm of Hoyt & Farrington until the death 
of Mr. Hoyt in 1897 ; now of the firm of Farrington & Walker (No. 684). 
Married 3 Sept. 1896, Mathilda Frances Garrity of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

903. NETTIE GERTRUDE FULLER (LEETE) 

sister of No. 757 

Born 20 May 1868 at Lima, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N. Y., 1884-7 
^ 1888-9. r ♦ B. A.B. 

Teacher of English, East Greenwich (R. L) Academy, 1889-91. 

Married 28 July 1891, Frederick De Land Leete (No. 908, g.z\ for further 
rword) of Utica, N. Y. 

Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

904. JOSEPH LINCOLN GILLARD 

^ 21 Apr. 1861 at Fairville, N. Y. Student from Fairville, 1885-9. A.B. 
^wgyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Benton, N. Y., 1889 ; Shortsville, 
^' Y., 1889-91 ; Pultneyville, N. Y., 1891-3 ; Middlesex, N. Y., 1893-7 ; 
.Bnidett.N. Y., since 1897. 
^larried 23 Feb. 1891, Clara M. Judd of Shortsville, N. Y. 
CftUdren—MARGVERiTR SoPHiA, born 27 Mar. 1892. 

Melvin Judd, bom 22 Oct. 1893. 
Residence, Burdett, N. Y. 

905. LYMAN POTTER HITCHCOCK 

Son of No. 76 

Born 28 Dec. 1863 at Middlesex, Yates Co. , N. Y. Student from Warners, 
Onondaga Co., N. Y., 1885-9. 'J'T. Ph.B. S.T.B. (Hartford, Conn., 
Theol. Sem.) 1892. 

Clergyman, Cong. Pastor at Ellington, Conn., since July 1892. 

Residence, Ellington, Conn. 



440 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY l88^ 

906. CAROLINE PAULINE JENNINGS 

Born 1866 at Fulton, N. Y. Student from Fulton and Dunkirk, N. Y. 
1886-9. KAe. B.Mus. 

Organist of Trinity M. E. church, Oswego, N. Y., 1891 ; Organist and 
Choir master in a church near New York 1892. In charge of the 
Department of Music in Peddie Institute, Rights Town, N. J., since 1894. 
Student of Harmony and Theory, New England Conservatory, Boaton, 
one year ; student of the organ with Samuel P. Warren, New York, 1892. 

Has published articles in Music ^ Chicago, Aug. 1893, Mar. 1894, 
Mar. 1897 ; in the Vocalist , New York, Jan. Feb. and May 1893, Mar. 1895; 
in the Musical Courier, New York, Oct. 1893. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. 



907. ♦JOHN DANIEL KEEFE 

Bom — Mar. 1866 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Oswego, 1885-9. 
AKE. A.B. A.M. 1894, S.T.B. (Boston Univ.). 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor. Graduate student at Syr. Univ., 1894-5. 
Died '- . 



908. FREDERICK DeLAND LEETE 
Brother of No. 1304 
Born I Oct. 1866 at Avon Springs, N. Y. Student from Homer, N. Y.^ 
1884-9, fo^r years. AKE. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Utica, N. Y., Dryer Memorial churchy 

1888-91. General Secretary Y.M.C. A., Utica, 1891-4. Pastor at Little Falls«„- 

N. Y., First church, 1894-8; Rochester, N. Y., Monroe Ave. chorch^^ 

since 1898. 

Married 28 July 1891, Nettie Gertrude Fuller ( No. 903) of Syracuse, N.Y— ^ 

Children — Hei«En DeLand, born 5 Apr. 1893. 

JEANETTK Fuller, bom 16 Nov. 1894. 
Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 



909. ELEANOR MacALLISTER 

Born 24 Dec. 1864 at Milton, N. Y. Student from Newburgh, N. Y., 
1886-9. M.D. 

Physician at Clifton Springs, N. Y. , June-Nov. 1889 ; Willard State Hos- 
pital for Insane, Dec. 1889-July 1890; Buffalo Hospital for Insane, Sept 
1890-N0V. 1892; Highland, California, Dec. 1892-Dec. 1893; Redlmnds* 
Cal., Dec. 1893-6. 

Member Erie Co. Med. Society, 1891 ; of Buffalo Microscopical Club, 
1892 ; of San Bernardino Co. Med. Society, 1894. 

Residence, Newburgh, N. Y. 



889 AI,X7MNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 44 1 

910. NELLIE GRAY McINTYRE 

sister of No. 1157 

Bom 7 Dec. 1866 at Batavia, N. Y. Student from Batavia, 1885-9. 
r^B. A.B. 

Teacher at High School, Batavia, N. Y., 1889-92; Orange. N. J., 1892-3; 
HomellsYille, N. Y., 1893-4; High School, Erie, Pa., since 1896. 

Residence, Erie, Pa. 

911. WILLIAM HOWARD McKENZIE 

Born 6 Sept. 1867 at Newark, N. J. Student from Newark, 1885-9. ^ '^^ 
A.B. A.M. 1892. M.D. (College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. city) 
1892. 

Physician at Newark, N. J., since 1892. 

Residence, 942 Broad St., Newark, N. J. 

912. GEORGE EDWARD MERRILL 

Bora 6 Feb. 1855 at Portsmouth, N. H. Student from Schenectady, N. Y., 
at Union University, 1885-7 a^d at Syracuse Univ., 1887-9. A.B. 

Clergyman, Christian Church. Pastor at Memphis, N. Y., 1889; Troy, 
0., 1889-91. Publishing Agent Christian Publishing Association, Dayton, 
Ohio, 1891-6. Pastor Westerly, R. I., Broad St. church, since 1896. 

Married 28 Aug. 1883, Carrie B. Field of East Hounsfield, N. Y. 

Chiid-^Arin M., born 16 Dec. 1888. 

Residence, Westerly, R. I. 

913. NATHAN ADELBERT MONROE 

^ 14 Apr. 1863 at Sennett, N. Y. Student from Sennett, 1882-9, three 
y«ars. M.D. 

Intenie at St Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y. Medical Supt. Onon- 
^ Insane Asylum, one year. Physician at Syracuse since 1895. 

Hirried 26 Nov. 1891, Elizabeth Sahler of Stone Ridge, N. Y. 

Residence, 424 James St, Syracuse, N. Y. 

914. MARY J. O'BRYON (SIBLEY) 
1S85-9. PI1.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 

915. PETER FREDERICK PIPER 

Bom 6 Aug. 1864 at Herkimer, N. Y. Student from Herkimer, 1885-9. 

♦ I*. B.S. 

Special Agent Travelers* Insurance Co., 1 890-1 ; of the i^tna Insurance 
Co., 1892. Teacher of Geology, High School, Buffalo, N. Y., since 1894. 

ICarried 18 Oct. 1891, Iftarcia A. Carpenter (see Non-graduates) of 
Syracoae, N. V. 

Resideiice, Buffalo, N. Y. 



442 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY iK 

916. CHARLES SEABURY ROBERTSON 

Born 10 Apr. 1866 at Gal way, N. Y. Student from Galway, i885-( 
AT. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Lansingburgh, N. Y., 1890-2; W« 
Sand Lake, N. Y., 1892-3; Dalton, Mass., 1893-6; Canajoharie, N. Y 
since 1896. 

Married Apr. 1891, Elizabeth E. Holmes of Lansingburgh, N. Y. 

Child — Dorothy S., born Aug. 1895. 

Residence, Canajoharie, N. Y. 

917. JOHN BROWNELL ROGERS 

Brother of No. 918 and son of No. 1742 

Born 21 Apr. 1863 at Greenwood, N. Y. Student from Newfield, N. Y. 
1885-9. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1892. 

Teacher of Nat. Science and Hitjher Mathematics, Vermont Meth. Semi 
nary, Montpelier, Vt., 1889-90 ; of Natural Science, High School, Erie, Pa 
1890-2. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Conquest, N. Y., 1892-5 
New Hope, N. Y., 1895-8; Freeville, N. Y., since 1898. President Eri« 
(Pa.), Nat. Hist. Society, 1890-2. Secretary Auburn District Conferenc 
since 1895. 

Has published "The Genesee River," in Science^ Vol. 21, p. 121 
•* The Preservation of Material" in Methodist Reineiv, 1894, p. 643. Favorii 
recreation — Microscopy. 

Married 8 July 1891, Vesta O. Clair of Yorks Corners, All. Co N. Y. 

Children — Dana Clair, born 4 June 1892. 

Vkrner Brownell, bom 18 July 1894. 

Residence, Freeville, N. Y. 

918. LOWELL LINCOLN ROGERS 

Brother of No. 917 and son of No. 1742 

Born 14 May 1865 at Willing, N. Y. Student from Newfield, N. "V 
1885-9. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1892. 

Principal Union Seminary, Red Creek, N. Y., 1889-91. Teacher of Lati 
Hifi^h School, Erie, Pa., 1891-2. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor 
Youngstown, N. Y., 1892-5 ; Cambria, N. Y., 1895-8 ; Wilson and Fillmor 
N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 22 Feb. 1893, Jessie Ruth Coe of Syracuse, N.Y. 

Children — Ruth Coe, bom 23 Nov. 1893. 

Vincent Jerome, born 17 Sept. 1896. 

Residence, Wilson, N. Y. 

919. ARTHUR BURROWS ROOD 

Bom 20 Mar. 1864 at So. Cortland, N. Y. Student from So. Cortland, 
1886-9. M.D. 
Physician at Minoa, N. Y., since 1889. Health officer of town of Manlins, 



1S89 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 443 

1891, 2 and 3. Physician to the poor since 1890. President Minoa Im- 
provement Assoc, since 1895. 

Married 20 Sept. 1888, Martha Jane Hornbeck of Accord, N. Y. 

Children — Floyd Hornbeck, bom 5 Nov. 1890. 
Jesse Earl, bom 14 July 1892. 

Residence, Minoa, N. Y. 

920. EDWIN MERRITT SANFORD 
Brother of No. 877 

Born 12 Feb. 1864 at Hedgesville, N. Y. Student from Hedgesville, 
1S85-9. *Ae. Ph.B. Pd.B. (Albany Normal Coll.) 1898. 

Principal Public Schools, So. Bethlehem, N. Y., 1889-90; of Private 
school. Fort Monroe, Va., 1890-1. Teacher of English, Military Institute, 
Bordcntown, N. J., 1892-3; of English and Latin, Cayuga Lake Military 
Academy, 'Aurora, N.Y., 1893-5. Graduate Student of Latin and Greek, 
Vnivcrsity of Chicago, 1895-6. Student at Normal College, Albany, N. Y., 
%-«. Principal High School. Argyle, N. Y. 

Residence, Argyle, N. Y. 

921. HATTIE TRAVIS SANFORD (McBURNEY) 

Daughter of No. 82 

Bom 8 Sept 1863 at Clyde, N. Y. Student from Middletown, N. Y. 
1?^ Ph.B. 
Teacher of English and History, State Normal School, Oneonta, N. Y., 

Married 26 Nov. 1890, William B. McBumey of Passaic, N. J. 
Children— jKi^v in Sanford, bom 26 Feb. 1892. 

Howard Beattib, bom 23 May 1893 ; died 12 July 1893. 

ISABELLE Scott, bora 10 Aug. 1894. 

Donald Beattie, born 25 Aug. 1895. 
Residence, Passaic, N. J. 

922. HENRY ORRIN SIBLEY 
'885-9. A.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 

923. ALLEN MACY SMITH 
Son of Prof. Wm. M. Smith 

Born 26 June 1864 at Manlius, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., Col- 
'fge of Liberal Arts, 1881-3, College of Medicine. 1886-9. M.D. A.B. 
<Amherst) 1886. 

Physician, Asat. at Willard State Hospital, 1889-90. Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Army, since 1890. 

Married 5 June 1892, Mary Irene Drew of Highland Falls, N. Y. 

^tW—RiCHARD Keenb, bom 26 Mar, 1893. 

Residence, Port Reno, Oklahoma. 



444 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY K 

924. ANNA HEMANS SMITH 
Born 28 Nov. 1865 at Eliisburgh, N. Y. Student from Collamer, N. 
1881-9, six years (two years in music). A.B. A.M. (University of O' 

1894. 

Teacher at Jefferson (Ohio) Institute, 1889-90 ; Dickinson Semina 
Williamsport, Pa., 1890-1 ; High School, HornellsvilUe, N. Y., 1891- 
High School, Binghamton, N. Y., 1893-7. Graduate student at Radcl 
College, 1897-8. 

Residence, CoUanier, N. Y. 

925. ANNA POMEROY TERRY (WHITFORD) 

Bom 28 Oct. 1865 at Russia, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. 
r ♦ B. A.B. 

Married 28 Aug. 1890, Noble E. Whitford (No. 929, g, v, for furtl 
record ) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 904 East Genesee St. Syracuse, N. Y. 

926. MARTIN HENRY WALRATH 

Born 26 Feb. 1863 at St. Lawrence, N. Y. Student from St. Lawren 
1885-9. *KSk. A.B. A.M. 1893. 

Principal Academy, Round Lake, N. Y., 1889-90; High School, Sidn 
N. Y., 1890-1. Student at University of Berlin, Germany, 1891-2. Pi 
cipal High School, Provincetown, Mass., 1892; Wallkill Academy, Mid( 
town, N. Y., 1892. Vice-Prin. and Head Teacher of Classics, High Sch< 
Troy, N. Y., 1892-6. Principal same school since 1896. 

Married 29 June 1892, Caroline E. Morton of Hartford, Conn. 

Residence, Troy, N. Y. 

927. CHARLES LORENZO WALSWORTH 

Brother of No. 641 

Born 21 Aug. 1867 at Great Barrington, Mass. Student from Sing Si 
N. Y., 1885-9. A r. A.B. A.M. 1891. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem. ) 1893. 

Director of Schools in Reformatory, Elmira, N. Y., 1889-90. Student 
Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J., 1890-3. Fellow of Drew Theol. S< 
studying in Tubingen and Berlin Universities, 1893-5. Clergyman. Me 
Epis. Pastor at Stone Ridge, N. Y., 1895-6 ; Cornwall, N. Y., since 18 

Married 2oSept. 1890, Nettie May Campbell (No. 940) of Seneca Castle, N 

Residence, Cornwall, N. Y. 

928. ANNA BHLLK WEBSTER (GREENE) 

Bom 1866 at Fabius, N. Y. Student from Apulia, N. Y., 1884-9. K K 
B.Mus. 
Married 1895, William Greene. 
Residence, Summit Station, N. Y. 



«»H0 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 445 

929. NOBLE EARL WHITFORD 
Brother of Nos. 551 a ud 976 

Bora 24 Apr. 1865 at Havana, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1S85-9. AKE. A.B. 

Civil Engineer on State (N. Y.) Canals, 1889-91, located at Fulton, Minetto 
and Syracuse. With Engineering force of Syracuse Water Board, 1892-6, 
located at Skaneateles, N. Y. and Syracuse. With Engineering force for 
^. Y. State Canal Improvement, 1896, in charge of section between Rome 
and Durhamville, Erie Canal, making preliminary surveys, plans and 
estimates. In charge of improving Lock No. 49 at Syracuse, 1897. 

Married 28 Aug. 1890, Anna P. Terry (No. 925) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

(/*//</— Marian Terry, born 27 July 1894. 

Residence, 904 E. Genesee St. , Syracuse, N. Y. 

930. NELLIE MAROA WILMOT 
Sister of No. 931 

Born 27 Feb. 1868 at Champion, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N. Y., 
1885^. r*B. A.B. 

Teacher of English, Steele's Private School, Hartford, Conn., 1889-90; 
TenBroeck Academy, Franklinville, N. Y., 1890-2 ; High School, Dunkirk, 
^. Y., 1892-3 ; High School, Orange, N. J., 1893-6 ; Latin School. Baltimore, 
Md,, since 1896. 

Residence, Baltimore, Md. 

931. NETTIE LYDIA WILMOT 
* Sister of No. 930 

Bom 4 Feb. 1869 at Champion, N. Y. Student from Carthage, N. Y., 
1885-^ r*B. A.B. 

Teacher of Latin and Greek, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1889-91 ; Schuylerville, 
N Y., 1892-3; High School, Orange, N. J., since 1893. 

Residence, Orange, N. J. 

932. GORDON ALMOND WRIGHT 
^885-9. B.C.E. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 



Class of 1890 

933. LUCY SOPHIA BAINBRIDGE 
Sister of No. 978 

23 Sept. 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1886-90. 
*♦• A.B. 

Teacher of Classics and English in Academy, Hancock, N. Y., 1890-2 ; 
^^ttny, Lowville. N. Y., 1892-3; High School, Rahway, N. J., 1893-4 ; 
^oid (Ohio) College, 1894-5. 

Residence, 942 Center St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



446 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

934. *CHARLES ROWLAND BASSETT • 

Born 10 Dec. 1864 at Great Hill, Seymour, Conn. Student from Ansc 
Conn., 1886-90. 4^ T. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Constantia, N.Y., 1888-91 ; Clevels 
N. Y., 1891-3; Branchville, N. J., 1893-5; Paterson, N. J., Market 
church, 1895. 

Editor of the Frankfort Monitor^ Branchville, N. J., 1893-5. 

Completed two years of course at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J. 

Married 26 June 1890, Kate J. Adams of North Manlius, N. Y. 

Child— Vkxtl, Adams, born 15 May 1892. 

Died 8 Aug. 1895 at Paterson, N. J. 

935. * THEODORE ORVILLE BEEBE 

Born 16 Jan. 1864 at Cutchogue, Long Island, N. Y. Student from ' 
chogue, 1886-90. 4^ T. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Scriba, N.Y., 1 890-1. 

Married 13 Aug. 1890, Minnie Adell Mason (No. 961) of Geneseo, N. 

Died 4 Feb. 1891 at Scriba, N. Y. 

936. BYRON BRIGGS BRACKETT 

Brother of No. 937 

Born 13 Aug. 1865 at Ira, N. Y. Student from Hannibal, N. Y., 1885 
four years. AT. A.B. A.M. 1893. Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins Univ. ) 189 

Teacher of Higher Mathematics in Dickinson Seminary, Williams] 
Pa., 1890-2; of Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing, Collegiate E 
Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1892-3 ; Graduate student and Stud 
Instructor at Johns Hopkins University, 1893-7 ; studies pursued : Phy 
Applied Electricity and Mathematics. Instructor of Electrical Engineer 
Union University, Schenectady, N. Y., since 1897. 

Has published, J. H. U. thesis on *'The Effects of Tension and Qualit 
the Metal upon the Changes in Length produced in Iron Mines by Ma 
tization ;'' articles on the same subject read before two Scientific Ass< 
tions and published in The Philosophical Magazine ^LndL. The Physical Rei' 
Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciei 
Associate Member of American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 

Residence, 722 Union St., Schenectady, N. Y. 

937. CORA ANN BRACKETT (FISCHER) 

Sister of No. 936 

Bom 22 June 1866 at Hannibal, N. Y. Student from Hannibal, 1886 
A*. A.B. 

Teacher at Academy, Forestville, N. Y., 1890-1 ; High School, Syrac 
N.Y., 1891-8. 

Married 30 June 1S98, Joseph T. D. Fischer (No. 663) of Syracuse, N."^ 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 447 

938. ANNA LOUISE BROWN 

Born 10 May 1867 at Burdett, N. Y. Student from , 1885-91). 

Kie. B.P. 

Sdentific artist of the Hopkins Seaside Laboratory and Stanford Univer- 
sity since 1893, and has illustrated most of the scientific publications of Dr. 
Jordan and the professors in the Zoological Dept. as well as for the Califor- 
nia Academy of Science at San Francisco. Also teacher of Drawing, Public 
and High Schools, Redwood, Cal., 1898. Special Drawing Teacher, Public 
and High Schools, Pomona, Cal., since 1898. 

Residence, Pomona, Cal. 

939. ELLA LOUISE BRYANT (MOORE) 

Born 1 868 at Shekomeko, N. Y. Student from Shekomeko, 1 886-90. 

KKr. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Piano and German in Wilmington Conf. Academy, Dover, 
Del, 1890-3; of Piano in Philadelphia School of Music, 15 11 Girard Ave., 
Ptiila., Pa., since 1893. 

Married 30 June 1898, Thomas Robinson Moore of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Residence, College Hill, Cincinnati, O. 

940. NETTIE MAY CAMPBELL (WALSWORTH) 

Born 12 July 1867 at Canastota, N.Y. Student from Seneca Cattle, N.Y., 
1887-90. A*. B.Mus. 
Student of Music with Prof. Barth at Berlin, Germany, 1893-4. 
Married 20 Sept. 1890, Charles L. Walsworth ( No. 927) of Sing Sing, N.Y. 
Residence, Cornwall. N. Y. 

941. MARY ELIZA CHRLSTY 
Sister of No. 845 

Bom 5 Nov. 1869 at Sewickley, Pa. Student from Allegheny, Pa. , at Alle- 
gheny Coll.; at Syracuse Univ., 1888-90. Ph.B. 
No record furnished. 

942. ♦JAMES SIMPSON CLARK 

Bom 10 May i860 at Westfarms, Mass. Student from Seward, N. Y., 
188^. A.B. 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor. 
Died^. 

943. ORATOR FULLER COOK 
i884-9a Ph.B. (See Faculty Record, College of Liberal Arts.) 

944. SAMUEL BOYCE CRATON 
i887?-9o. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 



448 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY l8$ 

945. HENRY DANZIGER, jR. 

Bom 3 Mar. 1870 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-9C 
three years. ♦£ 4^. A.B. Ph.D. 1896 (Eng Lit.). 

Law student at Buffalo, N. Y., 1890. Student with Baker, Schwartz ao 
Wake, Buffalo, N. Y.; at Columbia Law School, N. Y. city, 1891. Admittc 
to the bar, May 1892. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., in the office of Hon. ' 
E. Hancock, 1892-3. Member of the firm of Bamum & Danziger, since 189 

Has published, *' Death as an Art End in Literature," Syracus 
N. Y., 1896. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

946. LUCIEN ADELBERT DAVISON 

Born 15 June 1869 at Clay, N. Y. Student from Cigarville, N. "^ 
1886-90. B.P. 
Student in Europe, 1892. Painter of Potraits. 
Residence, 1 17 The Florence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

947. CARRIE MAY DIXSON 

Born 15 Dec. 1865 at . Student from Syracuse, N. ^ 

1 886-90. B.Mus. ( See Graduate Courses. ) 
Teacher of Piano, Vocal Culture and History of Music. 
Residence, 36 The Hier, Syracuse, N. Y. 

948. ALICE SCOTT DUNN (THORNE) 

Born 6 May 1869 at Oswego, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y 
1886-90. A*. B.P. 
Married 26 June 1895, Albert George Thome (No. 1179) of Buffalo, N. " 
Residence, 40 Bidwell Parkway, Buffalo, N. Y. 

949. EARLMAN FENNER 

Born 4 Nov. i860 at Center Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. Student fro 
Center Lisle, 1884-90, four years. A K E. A.B. 

Teacher at Peterboro, N. Y., 1890-1 ; Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1891-; 
High School, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y., 1892-4; Sea Cliff, L. I., N. Y. 

1894-7. 
Married 27 Dec. 1892, Maude C. Smith of Greenwood, N. Y. 
Residence, 47 Main St., Hornellsville, N. Y. 

950. SEYMOUR COE FERRIS 

Bom 7 Jan 1864 at Decatur, N. Y. Student from East Worcester, N. Y, 
1886-90. ^T, A.B. A.M. 1893. 

Student at Drew Theol. Sem. Madison, N. J., 1890-1 ; Union Theo 
Seminary, N. Y. city, 189 1-3. Clergyman, Asst. Pastor, Madison Av< 
Reformed church, N. V. city, 1893-4. Pastor at Gasport, N. Y., Cooj 



tfy AI.UMMI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 449 

chnrch, i894r-6; Buffalo, N. Y., Richmond Ave. Cong, church, since 1896. 
Ordained 8 Apr. 1895 at Syracuse, N. Y., by the Presbytery of Syracuse. 
Resident Niagara Co. Christian Endeavor Societies, 1894-6. 
Residence, 530 Lafayette Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

951. ADALINE ELIZABETH GREEN 
Ph.B. No record furnished. 

952. MARK AUGUSTUS HALEY 

Born 29 Mar. 1870 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1886-90. 
AT. B.P. 
Designer and Modeller for the Onondaga Pottery since graduation. 
Residence, 933 S. State St., S3rracuse, N. Y. 

953. EDITH WALTON HAMLIN 

Born I Apr. 1865 at Honesdale, Pa. Student from Honesdale, 1886-90. 
r*B. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Piano, Voice and Harmony, Salida, Col., 1890-5 ; of Piano, 
Philadelphia School of Music, since 1895. 

Residence, 151 1 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

954. 'LENA CAROL HAMMOND (BANKS) 

Born 21 Aug. 1869 at Port Jervis, N. Y. Student from Port Jervis, 
J886-90. KKP. B.S. 
Active in W.C.T. U. work. 

Married 25 June 1891, Dr. C. W. Banks of Port Jervis, N. Y. 
Child— H^nohD A., born 10 May 1892. 
Wed 16 Nov. 1895 at Port Jervis, N. Y. 

955. WILLIAM A. JENNER 

Born I Mar. 1868 at Clyde, N. Y. Student from Clyde, 1886-90. A T. 
A.B. 

Reporter on *Wina£onda Standard,*' Butte City, Mont., 1 890-1. Teacher 
<^ Latin, High School, Auburn, N. Y., 1891. Head of " Jen ner's Private 
School," Syracuse, N. Y., since 1891. 

Married 26 Dec. 1894, Margaret Garnett of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

956. MARY LAURA JUDD 

Born 31 Mar. 1855 at South Hadley, Mass. Student from South Hadley. 
Graduate of Mt. Holyoke College, 1880. Received degree on examination, 
1890. Ph.B. 

Teacher in Young Ladies* Seminary, at Northfield, Mass., two or three 
yt9TS. Professor at Mt. Holyoke College five years. 

Restdence, South Hadley, Mass. 



450 ALUMNI OK SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

957. ANNA ELIZABETH LEONARD 

Born I Jan. 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Sjnracuse, 18J 
A*. B.P. 

Teacher. 1891, 1894-5. Student with Professors Stewart and So 
Syracuse University, 1895-6. 

Residence, 710 Lodi St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

958. ISRAEL HARRIS LEVY 
1886-90. Ph.B. (See Faculty record, College of Medicine. ) 

959. MORRIS SHELDON LORD 

Born 22 June 1867 at Smithville, N. Y. Student from Smithville, 18 
M.D. 

Student at Post Graduate School and Hospital, New York City, i^ 
Polyclinic, New York city, 1893. 

Married 31 Dec. 1895, Elizabeth P. Greene of Adams Center, N. Y. 

Residence. Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. 

960. FRANK JOSEPH MARION 

Brother of No. 527 

Bom 25 July 1869 at Tidioute, Pa. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 18 
A K E. A.B. 

Journalist. On the Syracuse Standard^ part of the time as City-e 
1890-6. Advertising Manager for E. C. Stearns & Co., bicycle man 
urers, Syracuse, N. Y., 1896-8. With the American Mutoscope Co 
Broadway, New York, since 1898. 

Has contributed articles to various magazines and New York papen 

Married 29 Sept. 1897, Florence Louise Hall (Smith, '98) of Syracuse, 

CA//^— Beatrice, born 25 June 1898. 

Residence, 841 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

q6i. MINNIE ADELL MASON (BEEBE) 

Born 30 Aug. 1865 at Pavillion, N. Y. Student from Geneseo, ] 
1886-90. r * B. A.B. A.M. 1893 (History). 
Preceptress Wyoming Seminar>', Kingston, Pa., 1891-S. 
Married 13 Aug. 1890, Theodore O. Beebe (No. 935) of Cutchogue, 
Residence, Geneseo, N. Y. 

962. WILLIAM HENRY MAY 
1887-90. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine. ) 

963. ♦CHARLES E. MCLEAN 
i887?-9o. M.D. 

Died — . 



AX^UMNI OF SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 45 1 

964. FRANK MEAD ROONEY 

Born 27 May 1868 at Newark, N. J. Student from Bernardsville, N. J., 
188&-90. Ben. B.S. M.S. 1897. 

Joomalist. On A^ V. Commercial Advertiser^ 1890 ; on iV. K Evening- 
World, Rq>ortorial Staff, since 1890. 

Married 14 Dec. 1891, Anna Beatrice Kendall of Syracuse, N. Y. 

CiiA/— Roderick Kendall, bom 16 Oct. 1892. 

Residence, 210 Chauncey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

965. JOHN CORNELIUS SHOUDY 

Bora 4 Jan. 1S69 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-90. M. D. 
Physician at Syracuse, 1890-3 and since 1896; South Onondaga, N. Y. , 

1893-6. 
Married, Edith Augusta Corn well of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

966. *ANNA GRACE SKINNER 
Sister of No. 1103 

Born 14 June 1868 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Mexico, 1886-90. 
I A*. Ph.B. 

Preceptress Collegiate Institute, Andes, N. Y., 1891-2 ; Teacher of Latin 
ud Mathematics, Academy, Mexico, N. Y., 1893. 
Died 23 Dec. 1894 at Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

967. MARY AMELIA SMITH (HOPKINS) 
B.P. No record furnished. 

968. JAY WILBUR SOMERVILLE 

Born 12 Oct. i860 at Johnsburg, N. Y. Student from Johnsburg, 1886-90. 
AT. A.B. A.M. 1893. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Hutchinson, Kan., 1890-5 ; Lawrence, 
Kan., 1st church, since 1895. 

Married 29 Apr. 1890, Jessie M. Burdick (see Non-graduates) of Round 
Uke, N. Y. 

Child— 1S.KSLL, Templer, bom i Oct. 1895. 

Residence, Lawrence, Kansas. 

969. GEORGE KEISER STATHAM 

Bom 18 July 1863 at North Fork, Pa. Student from North Fork, 1886-90. 
♦ K*. Ph.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Roimd Top, Pa., 1890-3; Kanona, 
N. Y., 1893-5; Loon Lake, N. Y., 1895-7; Upper Jay, N. Y., 1897-8; 
Schenectady. N. Y., since 1898. 

Married 28 Oct. 1891, Eliza H. Pettit (see Non-graduates) of Wabash, Ind. 

Residence, Schenectady, N. Y. 



452 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY X89D 

970. WILLIAM ALBERT STROHMENGER 
Born 25 June 1863 at Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Student from Auburn, 
N.Y., 1887-90. M.D. 
Physician at Aurora, N. Y., 1890-3; Kelloggsville, N. Y., since 1893. 
Married 8 July 1891, Jennie M. Owen of Auburn, N. Y. 
Residence, Kelloggsville, N. Y. 

971. GRACE EVANGELINE TOWNSEND (HUEBNER) 

Bom 12 Feb. 1871 at Genoa, N. Y. Student from Moravia, N. Y» 
K K r. B.Mus. 

Instructor in Violin, University of Denver, 1890-2. Violin teach< 
(private), Auburn, N. Y., 1892-5 ; Los Angeles, Cal., 1895-7. Instructor! 
Violin, University of Southern California since 1897. 

Married 19 July 1892, Frank L. Huebner of Auburn, N. Y. 

Residence, Los Angeles, Cal. 



972. WILLIAM HARMAN VAN ALLEN 

Son of No. 1752 

Bom 16 Feb. 1870 at Cameron, N. Y. Student from Camden, N. Y., at 
Middlcbury College, 1886-8, and at Syracuse University, 1888-90. A K E. 
Ph.B. Ph.M. 1897. *BK. 

Teacher and Clerg^^man. English Master, Rutger College Grammar 
School, New Brunswick, N. J., 1890-1 ; Head Master, St. John's School, 
N. Y. city, 1891-94. Ordered Deacon, 17 June 1894. Private Secretary to 
the Bishop of Central N. Y. and in charge of St. Anna's and St Luke's 
Chapel, Syracuse, N.Y., 1894-5. In charge of the Church of the Epiphan/t 
Trumansburg, N. Y., summers of 1895 and 1896. Acting Principal, Higl» 
School, Camden, N. Y., 1895-6. Ordained Priest, 24 Oct. 1896. Rector of 
Grace church, Elmira, N. Y., since 1897. 

General Secretary of the Church Association for the Advancement of the 
Interests of the Laborer, 1892-4. Councillor of the Church Social Unio«» 
since 1894. Member of the Society for Psychical Research, and of the Hol- 
land Society ; Companion of the Order of the White Rose. Alumni poet* 
Syracuse University, 1897. Secretary of the Ruri-decanal Convocation o» 
the VI. Dist., Diocese of Central N. Y. 

First Syracuse alumnus to be received into ^ B K, being elected to th^ 
Alpha of N. J., May 1891. Member of the Council of ^ B K in 1892 anJ- 
1895, and author of the monograph on ** Vital Statistics of College Gradu- 
ates," read before the Council in 1895. 

Has published in church, college and secular magazines, many poems and 
essays. Has lectured on "Social Reform,*' "Catholic Socialism/' ••Robeft 
Browning," "Friedrich Froebel," and various other economic, literary and 
educational subjects. Author of *'Mors Mortis," Boston, 1897, Baaler. 
Now translating St. Bernard's tractate De Diligendo Deo, and preparing an 



189D AXUMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVBRSITY 453 

anthology of the works of St. Bernard tinder the title, *' Honey from Clair- 
▼aux." Lecturer in Literature and Economics, Auburn (N. Y.) Kinder- 
gaxten Training School, 1897-8. 
Residence, Blmira, N. Y. 

973. ALBERT GREGORY VREDENBERG 

Born 4 Oct. 1868 at Mt.Vernon, N. Y. Student from Mt. Vernon, 1887-90. 
♦ Ae. B.Mus. 

Director* of Music in Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1890-1 ; St. 
]olm*s College, Denver, Col., 1891-2 ; Dexter Normal College, Dexter, la., 
^^4; Judsonlnst., Marion, Ala., 1894-7 ; Galloway College, Searcy, Ark., 
BDce 1897. 

Married — June 1892, Rena A. Hayes of Onarga, 111. 

ChUd—HELHSA Lulu, bom 31 Jan. 1895. 

Residence, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

974. GERVAS MILES WASSE 
1890. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

FRANCIS AUGUSTUS WELCH 
i887(?k9o. M.D. (See No. 735.) 

975. WALTER JACOB WERFELMANN 

Born 14 Nov. 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1886-90, 
^ years. M.D. 

Stodent in General Medicine at Vienna, Austria, 1 890-1. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1891. Demonstrator in Histology at 
^ College of Medicine for one year. Physician to Onondaga Penitentiary , 
1892-6. Coroner's Physician, 1895. 

Married 22 June 1892, Claire Louise Dyer of Pompey, N. Y. 

Cli/(/r(f»— Wai^ter John, born 2 Oct. 1893. 

Brenda Claire, bom 7 Oct. 1896. 

Residence, 904 No. Salina St. Syracuse, N. Y. 

976. OSCAR ROGERS WHITFORD 
1386-90. A.B. (See Faculty Record. College of Liberal Arts.) 

977. FLORENCE ANNA WRIGHT (COOK) 

Born 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1886-90. B.P. 

Graduate student, Syracuse University, two years, and work in painting, 
•^ArtSttidents* League, New York city, one year. 

Mtnied 13 June 1895, Charles C. Cook (No. 986, g. v, for further record) 
of Synfccnae, N. Y. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



454 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSB UNIVERSITY 189I 



Class of 1891 

978. NELLIE RUTH BAINBRIDGE 

sister of No. 933 

Bom 29 Nov. 1867 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-91. 
A*. B.P. 

Occupation, artist. 

Residence, 942 Centre St., Syracuse, N. Y. • 

979. CHARLES HERBERT BENSONi 

Bom ID Oct. 1865 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Binghamton, N. Y., 
1888-91. M.D. 

Interne at Syracuse Free Dispensary since 1891. 
Married 7 Feb. 1895, Rose E. Pabstof Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

908. 'JOHN VERANUS BROWNELL 
Son of Nos. 104 and 133 

Bom 18 June 1869 at Towanda, Pa. Student from Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 
1S87-91. AKE. A.B. A.M. 1894. 

Law student at Wilkes-Barre, 1891-3. Lawyer at same place 1893-8. 

Instructor in Latin and Greek at Wyoming Seminary, KTingston, Pa., for 
a time in 1893. 

Died 6 Feb. 1898, at Passadena, Cal. 

981. HARRIET MAY BUDD (WADLEIGH) 

Bom 7 July 1869 at Newark, N. Y. Student from Newark and Syracuse, 
1887-91. r * B. A.B. A.M. 1894. 

Student of Music in Syracuse University, 1891-2 and 1893-4. Graduate 
student at Bryn Mawr College, 1892-3. 

Married 14 Oct. 1896, Luther Ogden Wadleigh (No. iiii, ^. Z'. for further 
record) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 706 University Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

982. GRACE EDITH CAGWIN 

Bora 20 Feb. 1865 at Verona, N. Y. Student from Verona, 1887-91. EF^- 
Residence, Verona, N. Y. 

983. ELLA LUCINDA CHAPMAN 
Sister of No. 893 

Bom 15 Oct. 1865 at Fayetteville, N. Y. Student from Fayetteville ^ 
1887-91. A*. B.S. 

Preceptress Union School, Groton, N. Y., 1892-3; Ke3r8tone Academy^' 
Factory ville. Pa., 1893-5. Student at Newton (Mass.) Theo. Semiiiar}v 



1S9I AI.UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 455 

1S95-6. In charge of Young Ladies' Seminary under American Baptist 
Missionary Unioif, Kemendine, Rangoon, Burma, Asia, since 1896. 
Residence, Rangoon, Burma, Asia. 

984. WILi/IAM B. CHRISTOPHER 

Bom Ti Feb. 1862 at Galena, 111. Student from Whitney Point, N. Y., 
1SS6-91, four years. M.D. 
Physician at Union, N. Y. 
Residence, Union, N. Y. 

985. MARGARET MAY CLARK 

Born . at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Elbridge, N. Y. , 

1886-91. B.Mus. 

Teacher of Piano, Valley Female College, Winchester, Va., 1893. Spent 
three winters in N. Y. city attending Grand Opera. Student of Piano with 
W. H. Sherwood, Chicago Conservatory ; and in special teacher's course 
»iih C. B. Cady, same place. Member Oratorio Society of N. Y. city, 
Walter Damrosch, conductor. 

Has published several articles — " Depraved Musical Taste of Average 
.\mericans." "Teaching Music to Children," and *' Church Music" all in 
the Auburn Advertiser, 
Residence, Elbridge, N. Y. 

986. CHARLES CARHAI^T COOK 

Born 17 Jan. 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-91. 
AKE. B.S. M.S. 1896. ' 

law student at the New York Law School, 1891-3. Admitted to the bar, 
^SSept, 1893. Lawyer at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1893. Member of firm of 
<^ook, Nottingham & Pierce. 

Married 13 June 1895, Florence Anna Wright (No. 977) of Syracuse, N. Y. 

^iW— Katharine Wright, bom 19 Dec. 1896. 

Residence, S3rracuse, N. Y. 

987. IDA MAY COOLEY 

Bom 9 Oct. 1864 at Binghamton, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1886^1, four years. Ph.B. 
N'o record furnished. 

988. ELLEN ADERSA CORSE 
Sister of No. 658 
^ni 9 Sept. 1867 at South Canton, N. Y. Student from Mannsville, 
N. Y., 1^-91. r ♦ B. A.B. A.M. 1894. 
Teacher at Ives' Seminary, Antwerp, N. Y., 1891-2 and 1894-6. 
Residence, Lacona, N. Y. 



45^ AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITV 189Z 

989. JOHN C. CULLIGAN 

Born 19 Jan. 1859 at Burlington, Vt. Student from Ithaca, N.Y., 1886-91, 
four years. ^'T. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Minetto, N. Y., 1888-93 ; Chateangay, 
N. v., 1893-5 ; Tupper Lake, N. Y., 1895-6.* Asst. Pastor Asbury Park, 
N. J., 1896-7. Pastor at Sea Isle City, N. J.. 1897-8 ; Prospect, N. Y., since 
1898. Ill health sent him to the Adirondacks in 1895. 

Residence, Prospect, N. Y. 

990. CARLTON CLARENCE CURTISS 

Born 24 June 1861 at Mexico, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1879-QI, four years. AT. A.B. A.M. and Ph.D. 1893 (Botany). 
Residence, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

991. EDWARD DEVINE 

Brother of No. 609 

Born 14 May 1869 at Navarino, N. Y. Student from Navarino, 1887-91. 
* A e. B.S. 

Law student in Syracuse, N.Y., 1891-3. Admitted to the bar, Nov. 1893. 
Lawyer at Syracuse since 1893. Clerk of the Municipal Court, Syracuse* 
since 1893. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

992. ADELAIDE LYNN DICKLOW 

Born 6 Mar. i860 at Orwell, Vt. Prepared for College at Cook Academy* 
Havana, N. Y., 1880-2. Teacher at Seminary, Doylestown, Pa., 1882-4- 
Medical Student, Woman's Med. Coll., Phila., Pa. Preceptress, Ottawa 
(Kan.) University, 1885-95. Completed College course as non-resident anJ- 
passed the examinations at Syracuse, 189 1. Ph.B. 

Principal Moulton Ladies' College, Toronto, Can., since 1895. Graduate 
student in German and History, U. of Chicago, Summer of 1898. 

Residence, 34 Bloor St., E. Toronto, Can. 

993. CARLOS VAN JULIUS DOOLITTLE 

Born 19 Mar. 1866 at Preble, N. Y. Student from Paris, N. Y., 1887-91. 
M.D. 

Physician at Bridgewater, N. Y., 1 891-6 ; Utica, N. Y., since 1896. 
Married, Caroline Julia Ramsdell of Paris, N. Y. 
C/fi/^^FREDERiCK JuuAN, bom 20 Apr. 1891 ; died i Oct. 1891. 
Residence, 333)^ Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

994. CHARLES WINFRED DOUGLASS 
1886-91. B.Mus. ( See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 



t^I AI.UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 457 

995. WILLIAM HENRY DOWER 

Born 22 Mar, i866 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse in College 
of Liberal Arts, 1887-8, and in College of Medicine, 1888-91. M.D. 

Student at Post-Graduate Med. School and Hospital, New York city, 1892. 
Coroners* Physician, 3d Assembly Dist. Onond. Co. ; Ward Physician, 19th 
Ward, 1893. 

Married, Harriet May Van Alstine of Ilion, N. Y. 

Residence, 408 So. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

996. JAMES HENRY DRUMM 
1888-91. M.D. (See Faculty Record, College of Medicine.) 

997. FRANCES HART DUNN (BROCK WAY) 

Student from Syracuse, N. Y. B.P. No record furnished. 
Residence, 17 Boulevard West, New York, N. Y. 

998. ZOE WORTHINGTON FISKE 
Student from Ithaca, N. Y. B.P. No record furnished. 

999. PAUL FITZGERALD 

Bom 17 Dec. 1868 at Newark, N. J. Student from Newark, 1887-91. 
♦T. A.a A.M. 1894. M.D. (College of P. and S., Columbia College, 
>»'. Y.) 1894. 

Student at College of P. and S., Columbia College, 189 1-4. Physician at 
Newark, N. J., since 1894. 

Mairied 10 June 1896, Grace Bentlcy Dashiell of Newark, N. J. 

Residence, 178 N. 7th St., Newark, N. J. 

1000. JOHN ADRIAN GARDNER 

Soni 14 Mar. 1866 at Andrews Settlement, Pa. Student from Roulette, 
Pa.. 1887-91. B.S. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Rushford, N. Y.; Scio, N. Y. Prin- 
cipal Gnded School, Oswayo, Pa., since 1895. 
^^MTied 23 June 1891, Anna A. Jones of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Ckildrenr-^lvA Marion, bom 21 Feb. 1893. 
Neua Ethei,, bom i Nov. 1894. 
Ruth Evei,yn, bom i8 Aug. 1896. 
Residence, Oswayo, Pa. 



looi. ELIZABETH C. GILKISON 
M.D. No record furnished. 



458 AI^UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 189I 

1002. FRANK WILLIAM GORETH 

Bom 2 June 1866 at Baldwinsville, N. Y. Student from Baldwinsville, 
1887-91. 4^ r. A.B. A.M. 1894. LL.B. (Harvard University) 1897. 

Principal High School, Sidney, N. Y., 189 1-4. Law student at Harvard 
Law School, 1894-7. Lawyer with firm of Peckham, Warner & Stroqg, 
III Broadway, New York city, 1897-8. Style at present Frank W. Goreth, 
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 96 Broadway, New York. 

Residence, 96 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

1003. JOHN AUGUSTUS HAMILTON 

Born 9 Nov. 1864 at Moriah, N. Y. Student from Moriah, 1887-91. 
4^T. A.B. 

Student in Boston Theol. Seni., 1891-2. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor 
at Blomingdale, N. Y., 1892-3 ; Warrensburgh, N. Y., 1893-4 ; Lansingbiii]g[i 
N. Y., ist church, since 1894. 

Married i Sept. 1891, Jennie B. Andrews of Round Lake, N. Y. 

Child— hi^OYD Andrews, born 13 June 1894. 

Residence, Lansingburg, N. Y. 

1004. GEORGE TYLER HEAD 

Born 19 Mar. 1870 at Homer, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.. 
1888-91. M.D. D.D.S. (Univ. Buffalo) 1897. 
Entire time devoted to Dentistry since 1897. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1005. GRACE SEELEY HILLER 

Born 29 July 1869 at Sherburne, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y.» 
1887-91. A.B. 
No record furnished. 

1006. FRANK STANNARD HUSTED 

Born 2 1 June 1868 at LeRoy , N. Y. Student from LeRoy , 1887-91. ♦K t^- 
B.S. B.Ar. 1892. 

Student in Architecture, Syr. Univ., 1891-2. Draughtsman and S»^ 
Superintending Architect for Collingwood & Donaldson, Builders, BufWo* 
N. Y., 1892-3 ; same at Ithaca, N. Y., 1893-4. Draughtsman and Practicing 
Architect, Buffalo, N. Y., 1895-^. Draughtsman for Union Car Work^* 
Depew, N. Y., 1896. Draughtsman in office of car shops, N. Y. C. &I^-' 
R. R. R. Co., West Albany, N. Y., since 1896. 

Married 2 July 1895, Mary S. Pitkin (see Non -graduates) of Syracuse, N.'^-^ 

Residence, 128 Western Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

1007. WILLIAM HOSMER IVES 

Brother of No. 1236 

Bom 18 Nov. 1867 at Auburn, N. Y. Student from Auburn, 1887-91. 
^ T. A.B. A.M. 1894. LL B. (Univ. of the City of N. Y.) 1894. 



I ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 459 

QstmctoT in Latin and Greek, The Robbing School, Norfolk, Conn., 
1I-2. Instructor in Latin, Academic Dept., .Stevens Institute of 
cbnology, 1892-4. Admitted to the bar, May 1894. Lawyer in N.Y. city 
ice 1894. 

Married 18 Nov. 1897, Bertha S. Sawyer (No. 1026 )of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, 144 West 104th St., New York, N. Y. 

1008. VAN EVRIE KILPATRICK 

Bom 18 Nov. 1865 at Roxbury, N. Y. Student from Waverly, Pa., and 
iTom Marathon, N. Y., 1886-91, four years. *Ae. A.B. A.M. 1894. 
Has been for some years Asst. Principal in the New York city public schools. 
Has published short stories and text books and is now editor of a monthly 
magazine. 
Married 24 Dec. 1896, Kate Chesley of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
CAiW— Van Evrie, Jr., born 20 Oct. 1897. 
Residence, 5281 Vick Ave., (?) New York, N. Y. 

1009. MARY SOPHIA LOOMIS (HUTCHISON) 

Bom 22 Jan. 1868 at Green Island, N. Y. Student from Troy, N. Y., at 
Ml. Holyoke College, and at Syr. Univ., 1890-1. * A 8. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1895. 
M.E.L. hon. (Pennington Sem.) 1892. 

Teacher at Seminary, Pennington, N. J., 1892-4. 

Has published "How to Teach Schumann to Children," 1895, in The Etude ; 

Is Music a Language ?** ibid., 1897. 

Married; Aug. 1894, Professor W. A. Hutchison, A.M., of Pennington, N.J. 

Residence, Pen. Sem., Pennington, N. J. 






loio. CHARLES P. LYNCH 

Bom 5 March 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-91. 
I M.D. 

Interne at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y., 1891-2. Graduate 
indent in N.Y. city, 1892-3. Entered U. S. army 12 May 1893. Stationed 
*^ Fort Omaha, Neb., 1893 ; Fort Robinson, Neb., 1893-7 ; Fort Sheridan, 
Dl-.rince 1897. 1st. Lieut, and Asst. Surgeon since 1893. 

^Wed 8 May 1893, Ranamond Quet of Syracuse, N. Y. 

C*i/^— Chari,ks Quet, bom 19 Mar. 1894. 

Residence. Fort Sheridan, 111. 

ion. ADELBERT W. MARSH 

^ 17 Nov. 1858 at Constantia, N.Y. Student from Constantia, 1883-91, 
four years. M.D. 
Physician at East Syracuse, N. Y., since 1891. 
^larried 9 July 1890, Mary F. Collins of Kirkville, N. Y. 
Children^HK^tjow Adblbbrt, born 7 Mar. 1892. 

Marian Oi^ivb, bom 20 Mar. 1897. 
I^esidence, Bast Syracuse, N. Y. 



46o AI.UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 189] 

IOI2. MARY LUELLA MASTERS 

Born 21 April 1861 in Franklin Co., Ind. Student from Thorn town, lod., 
in College of Liberal Arts, 1887-8, and in College of Medicine, 1888-91. 
r * B. M. D. B.S. (Indiana Normal). 

Physician at Thorntown, Ind., 1891-2 ; Foo Chow, China, since 189a. 
Member of the Medical Missionary Assoc, of China. Connected with the 
Women's and Children's and Foo Chow City Hospitals since 1892. Statft- 
tical report for the year 1897 as follows : No. Hospital Ward patients, 1030; 
No. Dispensary patients, 3543 ; No. visits in homes, 1285 ; Prescription! 
written and filled, 5858. 

Residence, Foo Chow, China. 

1013. FRANK LINCOLN MEAD 

Born 3 Apr. 1864 at Chittenango, N. Y. Student from Kirkville, N. Y.» 
1887-91. AT. A.B. A.M. 1894. 
Principal Madison School, Syracuse, N. Y., since 1892. 
Married 29 June 1887, Harriet J. Smith (No. 1014) of Chateaugay, N. Y. 
Children — Frank Smith, born 23 Apr. 1892. 

Mar J OR IK, born 3 May 1893. 

Marion, born 13 July 1895. 
Residence, 701 S. Beach St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1014. HARRIET J. SMITH (MEAD) 

Born 26 Feb 1867 at Chateaugay, N. Y. Student from Chateaugay am^ 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1887-91. B.P. 

Married 29 June 1887, Frank L. Mead (No. 1013, q, v, for further record . 
of Kirkville, N. Y. 

Residence, 701 S. Beach St. , Syracuse, N. Y. 

1015. HARRIET MAUDE MILLER 

sister of No. 1016 

Bom II June 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-9^ 
r * B. B.P. 

Graduate student in Drawing from Life, College of Fine Arts, 1893 ai^ 
1896. 

Traveled in Norway, 1896 ; in California, Hawaii, Japan and China, 189"^ 

Has published "A September in Norway,** Home Magazine ^ 1897 ; •*Japa^ 
from an Artist's Point of View ;" "A Peep Through the Wall of Cantoi::^ 
China," Northern Christian Advocate. 

Residence, 803 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1016. KATHARINE ELIZABETH MILLER (COBB) 

sister of No. 1015 
Born 5 Jan. 1871 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-91. 
r*B. B.P. 
Conducted studio in Hendrick*s Block, Syracuse, after graduation. 



^1 AI.UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 461 

Married 16 Apr. 1895, D. Raymond Cobb (No. 1049, ^- ^« ^^^ further rec- 
•rd ) of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence, 814 E. Genesee St., Syracu.se, N. Y. 



1017. DAVID CASLER MONROE 

Bom 17 Nov. 1864 at Cazenovia, N. Y. Student f rom Cazenovia , 1887-91. 
AKE. .\.B. A.M. 1895. 

Clergyman, Metb. Epis. Missionary. Pastor at Sitapur, Oudh, North 
India Conference, 1891-5 ; Agra, N. W. India Conference, 1895-8. Returned 
to America. 1898. Pastor at Bellona, N. Y., since Dec. 1898 to fill vacancy 
occasioned by death of pastor. 

Married 15 Jan. 1891, Hester V. Mansell, B.S. (Ohio Wesleyan Univ.), of 
Moradabacl, India. 
CkUdrcn — Charles Henry, born 19 Oct. 1891. 

Marion Bryan, bom 9 Apr. 1894 ; died i May 1894. 
Eric Albert, bom 5 Apr. 1896. 
Ian Mansell, born 5 May 1898. 
Residence, Bellona, N. Y. 

1018. FRANCIS ELLIOT OLIVER 

Born 20 Oct. 1867 at Matteawan, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
1S86-7 and 1888-91. A K E. Ph.B. 

Member of the firm of E. B. Goodrich & Co., Syracuse, N. Y., 1891-2. 
Commercial traveler, school supplies, 1892-4. Bookkeeper, Syracuse 
Branch N. Y. Biscuit Co.. 1894-5. 

Student, College of Law, since Sept. 1898. In office of Edgcomb and 
^erty. Mgr. of The Syracusan^ 1887-8. 

Residence, 702 University Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1019. ELIZBETH J. PALMER 
M.D. No record furnished. 



1020. WILLIAM EDWARD PALMER 

^030 Apr. 1861 at Milford, Pa. Student from Matamoras. Pa., 1886-91, 
four years. * T. A.B. A.M. 1894 and Ph.D. 1896 (Chr. Evid.). 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Newark, N. J., Dashiell Memorial 

€hurch, 1891-5 ; South Orange, N. J., ist church, since 1895. 

Married 29 Mar. 1890, Alice C. Hoyt (see Non-graduates) of Highland, 
^. Y. 

Children— Ka\ Dashibll, bom 9 May 1893. 

L. OSMA, bom 18 Jan. 1895. 

Edward Hoyt, bom 15 Apr. 1897. 
Residence, South Orange, N. J. 



462 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY ZS9I 

I02I. ADA BELLE PARKER 

Born II Oct. 1867 at Port Gibson, N. Y. Student from Port Gibson, 
1887-91. KAG. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1894. 

Teacher of History, Literature and Rhetoric, Normal School, Mansfield, 
Pa., 1 89 1-4. Traveled in Europe, summer of 1894. Graduate studimt of 
Medieval and American Historj- and Eng. Literature at Cornell University, 
1894-7. 

Residence, Port Gibson, N. Y. 

1022. JOSEPH REYNOLDS 

Born 22 Feb. 1865 at New York City. Student from Watertown, N. Y., 
1887-91. *Ae. Ph.B. 
No record furnished. 

1023. LILLIAN BLANCHE ROOT 

Born II Apr. 1868 at Cooperstown, N. Y. Student from Cooperstown, : 

1887-91. A*. B.Mus. J 

Teacher of Piano and Organ at Cooperstown, N. Y., since graduation. ^ 

Residence, Cooperstown, N. Y. ■ 



1024. FRANK J. RUPP 

Bom II July 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-91. 
M.D. 

Student at Post-Graduate Hospital School, New York city, 1891. Phy- 
sician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1892. 

Married 1894, Helene C. Achilles of West New Brighton, N. Y. 

Residence, 717 Catherine St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1025. EDWARD EVERETT SAMUEL 

Born I Oct. 1868 at Remsen, N. Y. Student from Remsen, 1887-91. AT. 
Ph.B. 
Asst. Principal, Academy, Mexico, N. Y., 1891-3. 
Married 6 Oct. 1894, Cynthia E. Severance of Mexico, N. Y. 
Child— F RAH CMS Maria, born 23 Sept. 1895. 
Residence, Remsen, N. Y. 

1026. BERTHA SABIN SAWYER (IVES) 

Sister of No. 826 

Born I Dec. 1870 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1887-91. 
A*. A.B. 
Married 18 Nov. 1897, William Hosmer Ives (No. 1007) of New York city. 
Residence, 144 West 104th St., New York, N. Y. 



189K ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 463 

1027. GEORGE FLETCHER SHEPHERD 

Brother of Nos. 1259 and 1409 

Bom 6 Feb. 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Rome, N. Y., 1887-91. 
♦ T. A.B. A.M. 1897. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Oswego Center, N. Y., 1893-6. Mis- 
lionaxy in Japan, 1896. 

Married 30 June 1897, Bessie A. Conway of Albany, N. Y. 

Residence, Oswego, N. Y. 

1028. LILLIE SCORESBY SMITH 

Born 13 Jan. 1868 at Ellenville, N. Y. Student from EUenville, 1887-91. 
r* B. A.B. A.M. 1894. 

Teacher at Seminary, Northfield, Mass., 1892-4. 
Residence, Ellenville, N. Y. 

1029. HORACE ELIJAH STOUT 

Bom 2 June 1869 at Jersey City, N. J. Student from Plainfield, N. J., 
1887-91. ♦ T. B.S. 

In business, wholesale, poultry, butter and eggs. West Washington 
Market and 128 Eight Ave., New York city. 

Married 27 Oct. 1892, Martha Naomi Hayden (see Non-graduates) of 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Child — Frances Brockway, bom 5 Jan. 1896. 

Residence, 10 W. 65th St., New York, N. Y. 

1030. MASAYOSHI TAKAKI 

Born 10 Dec. 1864 at Tsuruoka,Uzen, Yamagata-Ken, Japan. Student from 
Dashiushiu, Yokohoma, Japan, 1887-91. AT. B.S. 
No record furnished. 

1031. CHARLES WESLEY TOOKE 

Bom 21 Nov. 1870 at South Onondaga, N. Y. Student from Black River, 
N.Y., i887-9f. *T. A.B. A.M. 1895. Ph.D. (Columbia X'niversity) 1895. 

Principal Union School, Westemville, N. Y., 1891-2. Teacher of Mathe- 
matics. Gen. Wes. Sem., LimlEi, N. Y., 1892-3. Graduate student in History, 
Politics and Law, Cornell University, 1893-4. Fellow in Administrative 
Law, Columbia University, 1894-5. Asst. Professor Public Law and Admin- 
istration, University of Illinois, since 1895. 

Member American Economic Association ; American Academy of Political 
and Social Sciences. Fellow of American Statistical Association. 

Residence, Urbana, 111. 

1032. FRANK DAVID TORREY 

Bom 12 Apr. 1869 at Vernon, N. Y. Student from Vernon, 1887-91. 
AT. A.B. A.M. (N. Y. Univ.) 1898. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Utica, N. Y., Dryer Memorial 
chnrch, 1891-4. Student at the Boston Theol. Sem., 1894-5 ; Drew Theol. 



I035. CHARLES HENRY WHEELER 

Born 7 July 1867 at Dalton, N. Y. Student from Branchport, N. Y., 
1887-91. *Ae. Ph.B. 

Professor of Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy at Ursinus College, 
College ville, Pa., 1891-2 ; of Mathematics at Drexel Institute, Phila., Pi., 
since Sept. 1892. 

Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1036. ABBOTT YATES WILCOX 

Born 9 Aug. 1865 at Clifford, N. Y. Student from Clifford, 1886-91, four 
years. AT. A.B. 

General Secretary Y. M. C. A., Kingston, N. Y., 1891-2 ; same, Marquette, 
Mich., 1892-4. Clergyman, Cong, church. Pastor at Newark Valley, N. Y. 

Married 15 Dec. 1897, Grace Iv. Rays of Newark Valley, N. Y. 

Residence, Newark Valley, N. Y. 



464 AI^UMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 189I 

Seminary, Madison, N. }., 1895-7, at the same time pursuing graduate wofk 
in the New York University. Student in Germany on Fellowship from 
Drew Seminary, 1897-8. Pastor at Fulton, N.Y., State Street church, since 
1898. 
Residence, Fulton, N. Y. 

1033. OLIN SYLVANUS TWIST 

Bom I Feb. 1862 at Napanock, N. Y. Student from Passaic, N. J„ 
1887-91. ^'T. A.B. 

Acting Sec. Y. M. C. A., Albany, N. Y., 1891-2. General Sec. Y. M. C. A., 
Rome, N. Y., 1892. Clergyman, S^eth. Epis. Pastor at Paterson, N. J., 
Calvary church, 1893 ; Lafayette, N. J., 1893. In Real Estate business with 
Thorne & Angell, Buffalo, N. Y., 1894-^. 

Expert examiner of City Accts., Passaic, N. J., 1897. Secretary of the 
I'nion Loan and Building Assoc., Passaic, N. J., 1897. 

Married 30 Apr. 1896, Mary Ella Palmer of New York, N. Y. 

Child — Marion Pai,mer, bom 14 May 1897. 

Residence, Passaic, N. J. 



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1034. CHARLES JOHN WALCH , 

Born II Dec. 1 861 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-91. ♦ 
M.D. B.S. (Cornell) 1884. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y. School Commissioner, 1896-8. j 

Married ( i) 28 June 1888, Ida Evelyn Brown of Saratoga Springs, N. Y.; i 
(2) 22 Sept. 1897, Ollie Mead Ross (No. 1503) of Elmira, N. Y. 

Children — Ei,mer ArheidT, born 12 Apr. 1889; died 17 Jan. 1890. 
Ida Ellen, bora 20 July 1896. 

Residence, 12 19 So. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



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JLlAJMm OF SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 465 

1037. FRANK HOYT WOOD 

k8 Oct. 1864 at Westbury, N. Y. Student from Westbury, 1887-91. 
B. A.Bd. 1894. A.B. (Harvard) 1892. 

ate studeiit in History and Economics, Harvard University, 1891-2. 
I. C. A., -work in India, 1892-3. Graduate student in Sociology, 
i University, 1893. Teacher of Latin and English in Academy of 
\V. University, Evanston, 111., 1893-4; of History in Academy, 
ter, IWlass. , 1894-8. Student in Germany since 1898. 
ence, TVorcester, Mass. 

1038. FLORENCE ROSE WORSTER (ALLEN) 
27 Apr. 1868 at Hannibal, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 

I. r * B. B.p. 

-ied II Oct. i894,C.Loomis Allen (see Non-graduates) of Syracuse, N.Y. 
d — Ai^HRKD George, bom 4 Dec. 1898. 
deuce. Walnut Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1039. JOSEPH WILLIAM YOUNG 

n 25 Sept. 1868 at Iowa City, Iowa. Student from Akron, Ohio, 
91. A KB. Ph.B. 

teller in High School, Akron, Ohio, 1891-2. In Real Estate and 
ance business, Akron, O., 1892-3 ; Real Estate and Land Improve- 
, \Vinter Haven, Fla., 1893-5. Publisher in N. Y. city since 1895. 
ber 8tli Ohio Vols. In campaign at Santiago de Cuba, 1898. 
rsidence, 156 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Class of 1892 

1040. KATE LEORA ABBOTT (SHEPARD) 
Sister of Nos. 836 and 1272 
om 12 Apr. 1869 at S3rracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-92. 
. A.B. A.M. 1895. 

eacber of Sciences and German, Drew Ladies' Seminary, Carrael, N. Y., 
2—3 ; of English Literature, Appleton, Wis., 1893-4. 
larried 29 June 1893, Earl D. Shepard (No. iioi) of LeRoy, N. Y. 
Residence, Rochester, N. Y. 

1041. EDWARD STANLEY ALLIS 
Brother of Nos. 790 and 1437 

Jom II Nov. 1868 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-92. 

LE. A.B. A.M. 1895. 

Law student, S3rracuse, 1892-3. Asst. Supt. E. T. Harris Co. Arch'. Iron 

:>rks, Chicago, 111., 1893-^. Student Univ. of Chicago, 1896-7. In credit 

pt. Cry. Pkg. Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. 

Residence, 37 Sccley Ave., Chicago, 111. 



466 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY I 

1042. HOWARD J. BANKER 

Born 19 Apr. 1866 at Schaghticoke, N. Y. Student from Schaghtico 
1888-92. AT. A.B. 

Teacher of Sciences and Elocution, Troy Conference Academy, Poultn 
Vt., 1892-5. Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Proctor, Vt., Union char 
1895-8. Graduate student in Columbia Univ. since 1898. 

Married 23 Aug. 1894, Mary E. Wright (No. 1119) of Clifton Park, N. 

Residence, New York, N. Y. 

1043. JAMES LrYNN BARNARD 

Born 9 Aug. 1867 at Milford, N. Y. Student from Cooperstown, N. 
1886-92, four years. ^K^'. B.S. Ph.D. (University of Penn.) 1897. 

Teacher at Epworth (Iowa) Seminary, 1892-3. Graduate student at 
University of Penn., 1893-7, meantime serving as Instructor of Mathemati 
History and English, Koehler Institute, Phil., Pa. Professor of Hist< 
and Political Science, Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pa., since iS 
Member of the America Academy of Political and Social Science. 

Married 6 Sept. 1893, Jessie May Cummings of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Collegeville, Pa. 

1044. THOMAS STONE BELL 

Born 27 Jan. 1869 at Jordan, N. Y. Student from Jordan, 18SS- 
* AG. A.B. A.M. 1895. 

Principal High School, Salamanca, N. Y., 1892-5. Superintendent, sa 
place, since 1895. 

Married 6 Aug. 1896, Emma H. Fordyce of Salamanca, N. Y. 

Residence, Salamanca, N. Y. 

1045. FRANCIS FISH BREWER 

Born 23 Aug. 1865 at Utica, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. "^ 
1888-92. Ben. B.P. 

Painted, taught and traveled in various parts of U. S., 1892-5. Bngag 
in art work in Syracuse, 1895-7. Publisher and Manager of the Merchai 
Reference Book, Syracuse, devoting a part of the time to art. 

Residence, 608 Irving St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1046. JACOB HAGAR CARFREY 

Born 15 Feb. 1859 at Milford, N. J. Student from Waterloo, N. ^ 
1888-92. *Ae. Ph.B. Ph.M. 1895. 

Superintendent of Schools, Salamanca, N. Y., 1892-5; Naugatuck, Corn 
1895-8 ; Northampton, Mass., since 1898. Has contributed articles to ec 
cational journals. 

Married 24 Aug. 1892, M. Edith Spencer of Branchport, N. Y. 

Residence, Northampton, Mass. 



1892 ALUMNI OP SYRACUSE UNIVBRSITY 467 

1047. LEON ALANSON CARLEY 

Bom 19 Nov. 1872 at Marathon, N. Y. Student from Homer, N. Y.^ 
18S8-92. A K E. A.B. 

Law student in office of Lewis & Crowley, Syracuse, N. Y., 1892-4. 
Admitted to the bar, Sept. 1894. Lawyer at Syracuse since Feb. 1895. 
Member of firm of Carley & Turner. Since 10 Nov. 1897 has practiced alone. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1048. MARTHA CELETTE CARTER 

Born — 1869 at Oneida, N.Y. Studentfrom Oneida, 1888-92. T * B. B.P. 
Teacher of painting, Oneida, N. Y. 

Has furnished designs to China Decorator and other publications. Has 
illustrated several poems and booklets. 
Residence, Oneida, N.Y. 

1049. DORR RAYMOND COBB 

Bom 16 May 1871 at Bingham, Pa. Student from Ulysses, Pa., 1888-92. 
♦ T. Ph.B. 

Law student in the office of Hon. Geo. F. Danforth of Rochester, N. Y., 
and later in the office of Wilson & Wells, Syracuse, N.Y. At Cornell Uni- 
venity, School of Law, summer of 1894. Member of the firm of Wilson, 
Wells & Cobb since 1894, practicing at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Married 16 Apr. 1895, Katharine Elizabeth Miller (No. 1016) of Syracuse, 
N. Y. 
Q/V^Z—Raymond Miller, born 28 Nov. 1896. 
Residence, 814 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1050. • EDITH FLORENCE COUNTRYMAN (HEDRICK) 

Sistei of No. 896 

Bora 23 May 1867 at East Otto, N. Y. Student from Springville, N. Y., 
iS8^2. KAG. B.P. 

Teacher of Painting, Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N.Y., 1890-1 ; Drawing and 
^*inting. Red Creek Sem., 1891-2. Studio and private classes. Ark on, N. Y., 
1892-7; Gowanda, N. Y., 1897-8. 

Manied 16 Aug. 1898, Philip Hedrick of Bradford, Pa. 

Died 21 Dec. 1898 at Bradford, Pa. 

1051. S. ELLIS CRANE 

^oraiSFcb. i869atSpafford,N.Y. Studentfrom vSpafford, 1889-92. M.D. 
Interne at St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N. Y.,1893. Physician at Onon- 
*»«a Valley since 1894. 
Health OflScer of town. 1894-8. 

Married 1894, Winona Dennis (see Non-graduates) of Syracuse, N.Y. 

(^fiildren—liusiK, born 13 Apr. 1895. 

Dorothy, born 13 Apr. 1895. 
Residence, Onondaga Valley, N. Y. 



468 AXUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVKRSITY 1 

1052. EDMUND LEROY DOW 

Born 22 Jan. 1870, at Van Buren, N.Y. Student from VanBnren, 188& 
Ben. B.S. M.S. 1895. M.D. (Columbia University) 1895. 

Student at College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univen 
New York city, 1892-5. 

Physician on the Medical Division of Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. city, 1895 
at Sloan Maternity Hospital, 1897. Superintendent and Resident Phytic 
to Hospital for Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria Patients, New York. 

Took the Harsen prize at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Residence, Hospital for Scarlet Fever, etc., foot of E. i6th St., New Yo 
N. Y. 

AMBROSE CHARLES DRISCOLL 
1892. C.E. (vSee No. 805 ) 

1053. ALBERT WASHINGTON EMERSON 

Born 5 Dec. 1867 at Bath, N. Y. Student from Bath at Union Cdk 
completing Freshman year, and at Syracuse University, 1887-92, til 
years. B.S. M.S. 1895. Ph. M. ( History) 1894. 

Principal Onondaga Academy, Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 1892-3; Bi 
winsville, N. Y., 1893-6 ; Washington Irving High School, Tarrytown,N. 
since 1896. 

Has published "Composition and Criticism," Syracuse, 1893. 

Married 30 Sept. 1887, Emma Y. Dildim (No. 1217) of Hammondsport, K 

C///7^— Vera B., born 20 Nov. 1888. 

Residence, Tarry town, N. Y. 

1054. FRANCIS GEORGE ENGLEHARDT 

Bom 16 June 187 1 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, i88g 
M.D. A.B. (Manhattan College) 1889. A.M. (same) 1892. 

Physician at Perry ville, N. Y., 1893; Syracuse, N. Y. since 1894. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



1055. WILLIAM MORRISON FANTON 

Born 12 Feb. 1867 at Redding, Conn. Student from Danbury, Cc 
1888-92. * A e. A.B. A.M. 1895. B.D. (Drew Theol. Sem.) 1896. 

Clergyman, Metli. Epis. Pastor at North Parma, N. Y., 1892. Stn 
at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J., 1892-3. Teacher of Psychol 
American Literature and Roman History, Gen. Wes. Sem., Lima, N 
1893-4. Student at Drew Theol. Sem., 1894-6, preaching during the J 
merof 1895 at Rahway, N. J. Pastor at Saugatuck, Conn., since 18961 

Residence, Saugatuck, Conn. 



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1056. CHARLES WILLIS FYFE 
^m 21 Sept. 1867 at Franklin, N. Y. Student from Franklin, 1888-92. 
I E. A.-B. No record furnished. 

1057. EDWIN HALL GAGGIN 
iSSS-92. B- A.r. (See Faculty Record, College of Fine Arts.) 

1058. MARCUS LOUIS GLAZER 
Bom 16 Jan. 1866 at Fairmount, N. J. Student from Faimiount, 1888-92. 

ien. B.s. M.S. 1896. 

Principal Union School, St. Cloud, Minn, and of the Science Dept. of 
lie St. Cloud. High School, since 1892. Established Laboratories and 
Extend €^ Courses in this High School, thus elevating it from 3d to ist 

grade. 

Residence, Saint Cloud, Minn. 

1059. OTTO GOEBEL 
Bom 17 June 1861 at Miihirose, Prussia, Germany. Student from New 
York city, 1888-92. A.B, A.M. 1895. 

Clergvxnan, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Johnsburg, N. Y., 1892; Ellenburg, 
N- Y., 1893-4; Clintonville, N. Y., 1894-6; Bloomingdale, N. Y., 1896-8; 
Beclcmantown, N. Y.. since 1898. Founder of the Athenaeum (non-secret 
Collie Literary Society) and its first President, 1889. 
Married 17 June 1892, Anna L. Beebe of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children — Chari,es Henry, born 11 Oct. 1893. 
Georgb Adou»h, bom 4 Nov. 1895. 
Residence, Beckmantown, N. Y. 

1060. GENEVRA GWYNN (WILEY) 
Sister of No. 1 141 

Bom I Jan. 1870 at Throopsville, N. Y. Student from Throopsville, 
18SS--92. A 4. A.B. A.M. 1895. 

Teacher of History and English Literature, High School, Westborough, 
Mass., 1892-3 ; of Latin and Mathematics, High School, Quincy, Mass., 
1893-6. 

Married 15 Oct. 1896, Otis Monroe W^iley (see Non-graduates) of Boston, 



Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1061. ALBERT EUGENE HALL 
Brother of No. 1062 

Bom 14 June 1868 at North Bolton, N. Y. Student from West Salisbury, 
Vt-, 1888-92. AT. B.P. B.S. 1893. M.S. 1896. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at DeRuyter, N. Y., 1S93-7 ; at Syracuse, 
N. Y., since 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



470 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY iSjSJ 

1062. ELLA MAHALA HALL 
Sister of No 1061 

Bom 26 Mar. 1864 at North Boltou, N. Y. Student from West Salisbury, 
Vt., 1888-92. KKr. B.S. M.S. 1895. 

Teacher of English, High School, Syracuse, N.Y., 1892-3; of English, 
History, Literature and Elocution, TenBroeck Free Academy, Franklia- 
ville, N. v., since 1893. 

Residence, Franklinville, N. Y. 

1063. WILLIAM HARTEL 

Bom II Sept. 1868 at Amherst, N. Y. Student from Buffalo, N. Y., 
1888-92. *K*^. A.B. 

Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at Alden, N. Y., 1892-3; Pendleton 
Centre, N. Y., 1893-4 ; Conesus, N. Y., 1894-7 ; Arcade, N. Y., since 1897. 

Married 19 Oct. 1898, Bertha Isabelle Coulter of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Residence, Arcade, N. Y. 

1064. ERNEST FREDERICK HERMAN 

Brother of No. 810 

Bora 22 Aug. 1865 at Fairville, N. Y. Student from Fairville, 1888-92. 
* A e. A.B. 

Professor of Mathematics, Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., one year ; of 
Ancient and Modern Languages, Florida Conference College, Leesburg, 
Fla., since 1896. 

Married 24 June 1896, Clementine Gregory of Rock Glen, Pa. 

C/tild—Ai,yLiRA Havergal, born 13 Jan. 1898. 

Residence, Leesburg, Fla. 

1065. EDWARD LEE HOLLETT 

Brother of No. 391 

Born 8 Mar. 1870 at Clifton Springs, N. Y. Student from Clifton Springs. 
188^-92. *^T. A.B. LL.B. (College of Law, Northwestern University) 

1894. 
Law student at Northwestern Univ., 1892-4, Lawyer at Chicago, 111., 

since 1894. 

Business address, Rooms 603-S, No. 84 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Residence, Chicago, 111. 

FRANK STANNARD HUSTED 
B.Ar. (See No. 1006. ) 

1066. MYRA IRENE HUSTED 

Bom 25 Dec. 1869 at East Hamburg, N. Y. Student from Syractise, N.Y., 
1888-92. KKr. B.Mus. 



1893 AI«UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 47 1 

Teacher of Music both in S3n-acuse and Buffalo, N. Y. , since graduation. 
Residence at Buffalo since i Aug. 1893. 
Residence, 84 Auburn Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



1067. SHERBURN CILLEY HUTCHINSON 

Bom 24 Apr. 1865 at Washington. Vt. Student from East Orange, Vt.. 
xSS5^2. *T. A.B. A.M. 1895. 

Teacher of Natural Sciences, Seminar^', Cazenovia, N. Y., 1892-6. Prin- 
cipal High and Graded Schools, Waterbury, Vt., since 1896. 

Married 26 June 1895, Susie Laura Starr of Mechanicsville, Vt. 

Residence, Waterbury, Vt. 

1068. WILLIAM DAVID JOHNSON 

Bom 4 June 1869 at Stone Church, N. Y. Student from Stone Church, 
1889-92. M.D. 
Physician at Bergen, N. Y., since 1893. 
Residence, Bergen, N. Y. 



1069. JESSIE EDITH JONES (CARSON) 

Bom 23 Mar. 1870 at Rushville, N. Y. Student from Rushville, 1888-92. 
r*B. B.Mus. 
Married 16 Oct. 1895, W. A. Carson of Rushville, N. Y. 
Residence, Rushville, N. Y. 



1070. OLIN CLAY KELLOGG 

Born 21 Apr. 1870 at Spafford, N. Y. Student from Homer, N. Y. , 1888-92. 
A.B. A.M. 1893 and Ph.D. 1894 (Eng. Lit.). 

Instructor in Elocution, English Criticism and Rhetoric, Seminary, 
Cazenovia, N Y., 1892-6. 

Has published " English Literature from Its Origin to the Close of the 
Elizabethan Age," 1893, *' English and American Novelists," 1894, " Ameri- 
can Literature," 1894. 
Married 25 July 1894, Effie A. Wheelock of New Woodstock, .N. Y. 
Residence, New Woodstock, N. Y. 



1071. STELLA FRANCES KINGSLEY (WELLS) 

Bom 16 Apr. 1874 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-92. 
B.Muft. 

Teacher of Piano, Vocal and Theory at Bishopthorpe School, South 
Bethlehem, Pa. Private teacher at Syracuse since 1896. 

3iarried 5 June 1895, Charles Lawrence Wells of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 409 Midland Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 



472 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY l8 

1072. FRANK WHEAT KIRKLAND 

Born II Sept. 1867 at Rome, N. Y. Student from Rome, 1889-4 
♦ £4^. B.Ar. 

Architect at LaPorte, Texas, 1892-5 ; Schenectady, N. Y., 1895-7 ; Ron 
N. Y., since 1897. Architect and Supt. of Construction of the first B( 
Sugar Factory in New York State. 

Married 19 Sept. 1894, Abbie H. Newcomb of Augusta, 111.; who died 
June 1897. 

Residence, Rome, N. Y. 



1073. ANNIE MAY KNAPP 

Born 17 June 1868 at Great Bend, Pa. Student from Bingham ton, N. ^ 
1888-92. r * B. Ph.B. 

Teacher at High School, Binghamton, N. Y., 1892-3; Vermont Met 
Seminary, Montpelier, Vt., 1893-4; Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pi 
since 1894. 

Residence, Kingston, Pa. 

1074. STEPNEY THOMAS LANGHORNE 

Bom . in Cumberland Co., Va. Student from Philadelphi 

Pa., 1887-92. M.D. 
Physician at Dayton, Ohio, 1892-3 ; Paris, Ky., since 1897. 
Married 18 June 1895, Anna B. Sailes of Frankfort, Ky. 
Residence, Paris, Ky. 

1075. ARTHUR GARDNER LEACOCK 

Bom 27 May 1868 at Lehman, Pa. Student from Norwich, N. Y., 1888-9J 
A T. A.B. A.B. (Harv'ard University) 1893. A.M. (Harvard University) 1891 

Graduate student of Classics, Harvard University, 1892-4. Teacher < 
Greek and Ancient History, Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., i894-< 
Student of Classical Philology, Harvard Graduate School, 1896-7. Stad3rio 
in Europe since 1896. Member of American Philological Society since 1891 

American Residence, Tunkhannock, Pa. 

1076. WILLIAM DODGE LEWIS 

Born 17 Jan. 1870 at Russell, N. Y. Student from Canton, N. Y 
1888-92. ^K^'. A.B. A.M. 1895. 

Teacher of English Literature, Rhetoric and History, Epworth (lowi 
Seminary, 1892-4. Principal, Union School, Whitesboro, N. Y., 1894-5 
Montgomery School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1895-6 ; Prescott School, Syracusi 
N. Y., since 1896. 

Has published "Some Methods of Teaching English," in Taiva Normi 



)2 AI,UMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 473 

onthly^ Aug. 1893 ; ** Teachers' Manual of United States History/* 
Tacuse, 1898. 

Married 19 Sept. 1893, Louise P. Graff (see Non-graduates) of Utica, N.Y. 
Children — Jessie Louise, born 27 June 1895. 
Frederick H., bom 8 Jan. 1898. 
Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 



1077. RAYMOND WRIGHT LOWRY 

Born II July 1868 at Clifford, Pa. Student from Green Grove, Pa., 
b88-92. *Ae. A.B. A.M. 1895. 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Pastor at A palachin, N. Y., 1892-4 ; Plymouth, 
<. Y., 1894-6; Edmeston, N. Y.. since 1896. Sec. Chenango, Dist. Minis- 
itrial As90C. since 1895. 

Has published short essays on Sociology and a series of articles on Bible 
Botanv. 

Married Georgia Hubbard of Green Grove, Pa. 

DtA/r(«f— Gertrude, bom 13 Sept. 1895 ; died 4 Jan. 1897. 

Paul Hubbard, bom i Oct. 1897. 
Residence, Edmeston, N. Y. 



1078. JESSICA BEATRICE MARSHALL 

Born 10 Jan. 1870 at Waterloo, N. Y. Student from Waterloo, 1888-92. 
lAe. Ph.B. 

Preceptress Union School, Waterloo, N. Y., 1892-4. Teacher of English 
*ad Elocution, High School, Stillwater, Minn., 1894-6. 

Residence, Waterloo, N. Y. 



1079. -INA DELIA MERCER (RICE) 

Sister of No. 396. Daughter of No. 2204 

Bom 7 Oct. 1870 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-92. 
r*B. Ph.B. 

Mirried 29 June 1892, Lepine Hall Rice (No. 1094, q. v. for further 
'*cord) of Brookline, Mass. 

Residence, Brookline, Mass. 



1080. JEANNETTE MERCER (STAPLES) 

^<^ 17 May 1870 at Grand Rapids, Wis. Student from Wausau, Wis. 
^^2. B.P. 

Teacher of painting at Wausau, Wis., 1892-3 ; Jacksonville, 111., 1893-4 ; 
^'«win, since 1894. 

^^ed 17 May 1893, Silas Gibson Staples of Chicago, 111. 

CftiW— Helen Jbannbtte, bom 17 Jan. 1895. 

^cadence, Wausau, Wis.. 



474 ALUMNI OF SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY i 

1081. HERBERT SUMNER MILLER 

Born 30 Mar. 1867 at Avon, N. Y. Student from Avon, 1888-92, A. 
A.M. 1895. 

Principal Bible Training School, Indian Territory, 1892-3. Private tuta 
North Granville and Syracuse, N. Y., 1893-5. Evangelist, 1895-7. Evai 
gelist and Principal Bible Training School, Rochester, N. Y., since 1897. 

Has published (i) pamphlets : "An Outline of the Book of Ephesians, 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1896; "The Sabbath and the First Day of the Week 
Rochester, N.Y., 1897; "Bible Readings on the Holy Spirit," 1897. (2) bool 
"The Christian Life as shown in the Jewish Tabernacle," 1897. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

1082. OLIVE CRAWFORD MOORHEAD (BECK WITH) 

Born 2 Sept. 1872 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-4 
r * B. B.Mus. 

Married 28 June 1892, Ansel Earle Beckwith. 

Chi/dren—AiiSEi, Eari,e, Jr., born 4 Aug. 1893 ; died 21 Oct. 1894. 

Henry Kenyon, born 12 May, 1898. 
Residence, 19 Lincoln Ave., Norwich, Conn. 

1083. LOUISE NICHOLSON 

Born 1870 at Jordan, N.Y. Student from Jordan, 1888-92. K K 

A.B. A.M. 1894 (Ethical Philosophy). 

Teacher at High School, Syracuse, N. Y., 1892-3. Graduate studei 
Syracuse University, 1893-4 and 1895-6. Principal High School, Som* 
set, Ky., 1894-5. Teacher in Free .\cademy, Elmira, N. Y., since 1896. 

Residence, 311 Columbia St., Elmira, N. Y. 

1084. WILLIAM CHARLES O'DONNELL. jR. 

Born 3 March 1869 at Brooklyn, N. Y. Student from Brooklyn, i888-< 
^'T. A.B. A.M. 1895. Ph.D. 1897 (Eng. Lit.). B.D. (Drew TheoL Sen 

1895. 
Clergyman, Meth. Epis. Student at Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. 

preaching meanwhile at Port Murray and Mount Bethel, N. J., 1892- 

Pastor at Plainfield, N. J., Monroe Ave. chapel, since 1895. 

Married 14 June 1898, Delphine La Clare Bowers of Plainfield, N. J. 

Residence, Plainfield, N. J. 

1085. CLARA BELLE ORR 
sister of Nos. 770 and 1086 

Born 26 Aug. 1873 ^^ Syracuse, N. Y. Student from S3rracuse, 1888- 
K K r. B.Mus. 

Teacher of music in Danville (Va.) College, 1892-3 ; College for Yoo 
Ladies, West Chester, Pa., 1893-4. Graduate student at N. E. Conscrv. 



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Umc, Boston, 1894-5, and graduated. Teacher at Greensboro, N.C., 1896-8 ; 
Seminan-, Cazenovia, N. Y., since 1898. 
Residence, Cazenovia, N. Y. 

1086. ELEANOR LOUISE ORR (RIPLEY) 
Sister of Nos. 770 and 1085 

Born 5 May 1871 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1888-92. 
iKr. A.B. A.M. 1895. 
L Teacher in Maryland College, Lutherville, Md., 1892-3. Preceptress of 
' Union School, Groton, N. Y., 1893-6. 

Married 27 Aug. 1896, John Wesley Ripley of East Orange, N. J. 

fAj7</— Eleanor Orr, bom 19 July 1897. 

Residence, 125 N. Maple Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

1087. EDITH PALMER (SMITH) 

Rom 26 Jan. 1869 at Syracuse, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, 1889-92. 
: A*. B.Mus. 

Teacher (private) of music at residence, 
f Married 19 Jan. 1898, Howard Romeyn Smith of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, 1200 South Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1088. LOUIS KEELER PECK 

Bom 3 Sept. 1869 at Port Byron, N. Y. Student from Syracuse, N. Y., 
i8S^2. M.D. 

Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1892. 

Member Syracuse Academy of Medicine ; Onondaga Med. Society. Phy- 
scian to Syracuse Free Dispensary. 

Married 26 June 1895, Nettie May Settle of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence. 908 N. Alvord St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1089. DEE WOLCOTT PIERCE 

Born I May 1865 at Central Square, N. Y. Student from Central Square, 
i®H2. B.S. M.D. 1896. 
Took certificate from New York Post-Graduate Medical School. 
Physician at Syracuse, N. Y., since 1896. 
Residence, 514 Prospect Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

1090. FRANK LEROY PURDY 

^ 16 June 1870 at Jasper, N. Y. Student from Tonawanda, N. Y., 
1888-^, ^T. A.B. A.M. 1895. M.D. (University of Buffalo) 1895. 

Student Medical Dept. U. of Buffalo, N. Y., 1892-5. House Surgeon, 
^h Accident Hospital, 1895. House Physician and Surgeon, Buffalo 
^«ral Hospital, 1896. Physician and Surgeon, •• The Markeen,'' Buffalo, 
^ 1896. Musical Director Asbury Meth. Epis. church, Buffalo, 1896 ; 
^^ Baptist church, Buffalo, 1897. 



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Champion all-around athlete of University and of Central and Wcstcf^ 
N. Y., during college course. Leader of the Glee Club. 
Residence, The Markeen, Buffalo, N. Y. 



1091. IRVING CORNELIUS RANKIN 

Born 3 Sept. 1871 at Akron, Ohio. Student from Akron, i89i-2» admitttd 
to senior class on honorable dismissal from Buchtel College. A K B. Ph.B. 
Ph.M. 1896. M.D. (Univ. of Pa.). 

Student at Medical Dept., U. of Pa., 1892-5. House Physician and Sur 
geon, Allegheny General Hospital, 1895-6. Surgeon to the City of Akron 
O., 1896-8. 

Member of the D. Hayes Agnew Surgical Society of Philadelphia 
Member of *' The Celsus Club,'* Akron, O. 

Married Nov. 1898, Lena Josephine Schreuder (No. 1171) of Syracuse 
N. Y. 

Residence, Akron, Ohio. 

1092. MARY ELLA REED (WAKEHAM) 

Bom 16 May 1867 at Seneca Castle, N. Y. Student from Geneva, N. V. 
1888-92. A.*. Ph.B. 
Teacher in High School, Salamanca, N. Y., 1892-3. 
Married 3 June 1896, Wm. H. Wakeham (No. 1183) of Westport, Conn. 
Residence, Westport, Conn. 



1093. ♦JONAS MERRIAM RICE 

Born 27 Apr. 1868 at Otisco Valley, N. Y. Student from Otisco Valle; 
1888-92. *K4'. Ph.B. 

Telegraph Editor, Syracuse (N. Y.) Courier y 1892. Sporting edito 
Syracuse Journal^ 1893. Court Reporter, Democrat & Chronicle ^ Rochestc 
N. Y., 1