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Northwestern University 
College of Liberal Arts 




EDMUND JANES JAMES, Ph.D., LL.D. 
President of Northwestern University. 



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ORDER OF CONTENTS 



1. Preface _ - - - - 

2. Greeting from President James - 

3. Annals of the College - 

4. Alumni of the College, with Records - 

5. Graduate Alumni - - - - 

6. Honorary Alumni . . . . 

7. Alumni in the Civil War 

8. College Statistics . - - - 

9. Geographical Distribution of Alumni 
10. Index and Address List 



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PREFACE 



Lists of the graduates of the College of Liberal Arts of Northwestern 
University have appeared from time to time in college publications: in the Uni- 
versity catalogues for 1860-61, 1861-62, 1862-63, 1863-64, with no commentasto 
occupation or address; in the catalogues of 1876-77, 1877-78 and 1878-79, 
with the occupation and address of each graduate ; in the Syllabus, a College 
annual published by students, for '87, '88, '89, '90, '91 and '92; and in the 
Arrow, published by non-fraternity students in 1891. 

In 1894 a Biographical Catalogue of the Alumni of the College of Liberal 
Arts was compiled and published for the Alumni Association by Edwin L. 
Shuman, '87, Historian of the Association. Since 1894, through the intelli- 
gent and persistent efforts of LodiUa Ambrose, '87, Assistant Librarian, much 
valuable biographical material has been accumulated. The University 
authorities have provided for the preservation and systematic arrangement 
of this material, in ready-reference cases in Orrington Lunt Library. From 
this material, assisted by Grace E. Shuman, '02, Agnes Hayden, '01, and Elbertie 
Foudray, '03, the editor has compiled the following Record of Alumni. 

Diligent effort has been made to obtain full information concerning every 
graduate, in many cases with gratifying success, but in some with no success 
whatever. While great care has been exercised to avoid mistakes, imdoubt- 
edly errors will be found. These errors as well as future changes in the 
residence and occupation of alumni should be reported promptly to 
Recorder of Alumni, Orrington Lunt Library, Evanston, Illinois. 

An asterisk (*) is prefixed to the names of deceased graduates. 
May, 1903. - C. B. A. 



GEEETING TO THE ALUMNI 



To the Graduates of the College of Liberal Arts of Northwestern University — 
Greeting. 

For the first time in the history of the institution Northwestern Uni- 
versity has prepared a fairly full official record of the life and work of the 
graduates of the College Department. We send it forth with the very best 
■wishes for the future welfare and prosperity of our graduate body. 

It is true of all great schools (and especially true of an institution like 
our own) that their permanent future depends upon the interest, activity, 
and loving care of their own graduates. The universities must depend 
upon their alumni for the financial support which is necessary to the widest 
usefulness. They must depend upon them for that moral support which 
sends back to their halls from generation to generation the descendants of 
those who formerly studied there and took away with them in their broader 
culture as well as in their diplomas the evidence of their sojourn. And 
they must depend upon the reputation and success of these very graduates 
for that growing consideration in the heart and mind of the public which 
will bring ever fresh streams of blood into the body academic. 

An examination of this alumni record will reveal the interesting fact 
that even within the very short period of the life of this institution there 
is growing up a certain hereditary, a certain family tradition which deter- 
mines where young men and women shall take their college course. Con- 
sidering the brief time we have been at work, and the small number 
of graduates turned out in the early years of the institution, it is quite re- 
markable to find so many references to the effect that John Doe, graduated 
in the year 1901, is the son of number 200, the nephew of number 205, the 
cousin of number 607 and the brother of number 708. It reveals in a very 
striking way the permanent hold which Northwestern University in its 
College of Liberal Arts has taken upon one sturdy family after another. 

Our records also show that the families of the alumni of Northwestern 
University at any rate are not dying out for lack of children and we may 
look forward with the confident hope that an increasing number of students 
will come as descendants of those who have already gone forth crowned with 
its honors. 

Those of us who studied for even a short time at Evanston went 
away with an impression which we shall never lose; went away with an 
interest which will never die. The association, however brief, with the earnest 
and vigorous men and women who make up the long line of former students ; 
the stay, however brief, on this beautiful campus ; the whispering of the wind 
in the great trees of the oak forest ; the thundering of the waves on the lake 
shore; all combined to make an impression upon us which so far from growing 
weaker has become deeper and stronger with the passing years. 



8"^ NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

The cry of the gladiator in the old Roman amphitheater was " Morituri 
te salutamus" — "We who are about to die salute thee." Our cry is quite 
a different one. "We who are in the midst of the fight salute thee." 
And we call upon you to put on your armor and come up to 
Evanston, if not in body, at any rate in Spirit, and help us — help us 
in all those ways in which tender and loving children should honor and 
protect their cherishing mother. We ask your presence at all our University 
gatherings. We ask your prayers for all our University undertakings. 
We ask your assistance morally and materially in all the future which is 
unrolling so rapidly before us and which is so full of potentiality and promise. 
Do your part to make this institution onewf which we and our children after 
us may even be more proud and fond. Thus you will fulfill the injunction 
of the apostle and " magnify your calling." 

Fraternally, 

Edmund J. Jambs. 



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1850. 

March 31. Meeting held in law office of Grant Goodrich, south side of 
Lake St., midway between Clark and Dearborn Streets, Chicago, "for the pur- 
pose of establishing a University in Chicago, under patronage and govern- 
ment of the Methodist Episcopal Church." Present were: Rev. Richard 
Haney, Rev. R. H. Blanchard, Rev. Zadok Hall, Grant Goodrich, John Evans, 
Orrington Lunt, Andrew J. Brown, J. K. Botsford, and Henry W. Clark. [Of 
these nine men Andrew J. Brown survives.] 

1851. 

Jan. 28. Charter obtained from State legislature for University corpo- 
ration, styled, "The Trustees of Northwestern University." 

June 14. First meeting of University corporation. Plan adopted for 
development of a College of Liberal Arts, with a faculty to consist of a Presi- 
dent who should also be Professor of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and 
three other professors. John Evans, M. D., chosen president of board of 
trustees. 



Sept. 22. 
College. 



1862. 

Committee of trustees appointed to recommend a site for the 



1853. 

June 23. Rev. Clarke Titus Hinman, D. D., unanimously chosen first 
President of the University. He develops a plan for sale of transferable and 
perpetual scholarships, to obtain funds to be used for the purpose of instruc- 
tion and the purchase of a site for the University. 

Aug. 11. Purchase of three hundred and eighty acres of land on the lake- 
shore, where the city of Evanston now stands. 



1854. 

Feb. 3. University site named "Evanston" in honor of the president of 
the University corporation, Dr. John Evans. 

June 25. Abel Stevens, W. D. Godman and Henry S. Noyes elected pro- 
fessors in the College. Dr. Stevens does not accept. Assets of the University, 
$281,915. 

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10 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 21. Death of President Hinman, at Troy, N. Y. He was thirty-five 
years of age. Graduated from Wesleyan University (Conn.) in the class of 
1839. 

1855. 

June 15. Dr. J. V. Z. Blaney is elected Professor of Chemistry. During 
the year the main part of the frame building known later as Old College, was 
erected on Davis street at northwest corner of Hinman avenue as a tempor- 
ary home for the University. It contained six class rooms, a chapel room, 
a small museum, and two halls for literary societies, besides two attic rooms 
for student lodgers. 

Nov. 1 . The new building is formally opened. 5 — First registration of 
students. These were : Thomas E. Annis, from Laporte, Ind. ; Winchester 
E. Clifford, Evanston; Samuel L. Eastman, Newbury, Vt.; J. Marshall 
Godman, Marion, Ohio ; Horace A. Goodrich, Evanston ; Melville C. Spauld- 
ing, Dubuque, Iowa; O. F. Stafford, , Ind.; Hart L. Stewart, Evan- 
ston; Albert Lamb, Elkgrove; Elhanon J. Searle, Rock Island. Total for the 
year, 10. Hinman Literary Society organized. Named in honor of the 
late President Hinman, whose library is placed in charge of the society. 

1866. 

June 5. Rev. Randolph S. Foster, D. D., elected President of the Uni- 
versity. "First Circular (15 pages) of the Trustees and Faculty of the North- 
western University" is issued. The faculty consists of : Rev. Randolphs. 
Foster, President and Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic; Rev. Abel 
Stevens, A. M., (absent) Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature; Henry 
S. Noyes, A. M., Professor of Mathematics; Rev. W. D. Godman, A. M., Pro- 
fessor of Greek; Daniel Bonbright, A. M., (absent in Europe) Professor of 
Latin. Requirements for admission to classical course include no geometry, 
no science, and no ancient history. No one admitted to freshman class under 
fourteen years of age. 

July — . President Foster addresses the trustees on the necessity of per- 
manent College buildings and a library. Plans prepared for the proposed 
buildings. President's salary ($2,000) is devoted, at his suggestion, to the 
purchase of books, and he is permitted to continue as pastor of Trinity M. E. 
church. New York City, until May, 1857. 

Sept. 16. First faculty meeting . Held in Prof. Noyes' study. Present, 
President Foster, Professors Noyes and Godman. "Agreed in the absence of 
the President for the ensuing year, the duties of the facuUy should be divided 
as follows : Professor Noyes to assume administration of discipline and to act 
as treasurer. Professor Godman to be secretary and librarian. Resolved, that 
a Bible class be formed and taught on the Sabbath day, Professor Noyes to 
teach it." 18 — College opens ; total registration for the year, twenty-one. 

1857. 

Second circular (three pages) appears for North-Western University. Uni- 
versity seal is adopted. Robert Kennicott appears as Curator of Museum 
He has leave of absence while collecting museum of natural history. Junior 




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class receives lectures on natural philosophy and chemistry (with experiments) 
by Prof, Blaney; on Greek etymology by Prof. Godman. The library now 
contains two thousand volumes; the sum of $1,000 is appropriated for pur- 
chase of books. 

1868. 

Third circular (sixteen pages) of North- Western University appears. It 
states a Senior class will be added next year. Courses of study described as : 
literary course (classical) of four years; scientific course of four years ; eclectic 
course of four years ; a course of University lectures proper, to meet the wants 
of old students who may desire to extend their studies beyond the regular 
graduating course. All students are examined at the close of the sophomore 
and senior years on the studies of the two preceding years. In October Abra- 
ham Lincoln visits Evanston, and students and citizens join in giving him a 
hearty reception. 

1869. 

President Foster's library, numbering 675 volumes, added to the Univer- 
sity library. 

Feb. 12. The Illinois Alpha chapter of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity is 
established. 

First catalogue (twenty- two pages) of North- Western University appears. 
Number of students in attendance, 29: five seniors, ten juniors, two sopho- 
mores, twelve freshmen. Two degrees offered, Ph. B. for completion of scien- 
tific course, A. B. for completion of classical course. 

April 6. Junior exhibition at the Methodist church. Speakers : Springer, 
Spaulding, Rawleigh, Plimpton, Stewart, Linn, Lord, Knapp, E. Q. Searle. 

June 30. First Commencement. Brass band heads procession of trustees, 
faculty, graduating class and visitors. Five graduates. All deliver orations, 
T. E. Annis on "The Life Student and His Lesson," W. E. Clifford on "The 
Birthright of Mind," S. L. Eastman on "Self ReUance," H. M. Kidder on 
"Relation of Agriculture to National Prosperity," E. J. Searle on "Philosophy 
of Civil Liberty." 

Aug. 31. Examination of candidates for admission. 

Sept. 1. First term begins. 

Nov. 30. Term ends and winter vacation of five weeks follows. 

1860. 

June 26. President Foster resigns and Professor Noyes is elected Vice- 
President of the University. 28 — Professor Godman resigns on account of ill 
health. Second Commencement; eight graduates. 

Sept. — . Warren Taplin appears in faculty list as Principal of Prepara- 
tory Department. Alphonso C. Linn, A. B. '60, appears as tutor. Library 
contains 3,000 volumes. 8 — The steamer Lady Elgin is wrecked near High- 
wood. Students assist in the rescue of life. Edward W. Spencer with a rope 
tied around him goes out into the lake to the relief of many. 

Oct. 2. Students excused to go to Chicago to hear W. H. Seward speak. 



12 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1861. 

June 16. Rev. Henry Bannister, D. D., delivers baccalaureate address in 
village church. 19 — Hinman society presents Acting President Noyes with 
gold-mounted cane. 20 — Third Commencement. Brass band heads pro- 
cession of students, alumni, professors, visiting board, and distinguished 
visitors, from College to church where commencement exercises are held. 
Five men receive degrees. 

Sept. 4. Examination of candidates for admission. Henry Bannister, 
D. D., appears as Instructor in Mental Philosophy and Logic. Annual charges: 
tuition, $45.00; incidentals, $6.00; library fee, $3.00. Price of board, includ- 
ing room rent, varies from $2.50 to $3.00. . t^atalogue states: "Young men 
at College have very little need of pocket money, and parents having minor 
sons at the University are advised to entrust their funds to some member of 
the faculty who will attend to payment of their bills . . . . , charging a commis- 
sion of three per cent." John Dempster, D. D., appears as Instructor in 
Natural Theology and Ethics. 

Oct, 12. Faculty discontinues evening prayers in College. 

1862. 

Adelphic Literary Society organized. 

March 26. Junior exhibition. Speakers: H. M. Bannister, William 
Page, A. Butterfield, and J. C. Thomas. 

June 18. Professor Blaney resigns to enter the Union army. 19 — Fourth 
commencement, six graduates. 

Sept. 3. Examination of candidates for admission. Oliver Marcy, A. M., 
appears as Professor of Natural History and Physics. Alphonso C. Linn, A. 
B., appears as tutor in Mathematics and Latin. Annual charge for tuition re- 
duced to $39.00. 

1863. 

Feb. 2. Members of University who live at hotel are excluded from Uni- 
versity on account of smallpox at hotel. Hyphen disappears from the word 
Northwestern in title of University as used in catalogue. 16 — Faculty invite 
members of class of 1859 to deliver Master's orations at next Commencement, 

March 25. Junior exhibition. Speakers: C. C. Bragdon, F. J. Hutch- 
ings, J. W. Searle, H. S. Sovereign, M. C. Springer, and G. E. Strobridge, 

June 18. Fifth Commencement, two graduates; H. M. Bannister and 
Almus Butterfield, two Master's orations. 

Dec. 10. In response to petition from students for instruction in modem 
language a class in German is organized. Registration of CoUege students for 
1862-63, 31. Attendance largely reduced by enlistments in the Civil War, 

1864. 

March 29. Junior exhibition. Speakers: E. B. Wheeler, M. A. Pingree, 
L. H. Pearce, F. B. DeFrees, W. H. Morrison. 

May 2. "Application having been made by a number of students (say 
20) to be excused from College for the remainder of the term in order to enlist 
under the call for troops to serve 100 days, voted that those who are over age 
may be excused and that those under (age) be directed first to obtain permis- 




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sion from their parents or guardians." (Faculty Record.) 2-3 — Twenty stu- 
dents organize the "University Guards" and enlist for one hundred days' ser- 
vice in Company F of 134th Illinois Infantry. Alphonso C. Linn, '60, Instructor 
in Latin and Mathematics, Captain ; Milton C. Springer, '64, First Lieutenant; 
George E. Strobridge, '64, Second Lieutenant. 9 — 'Tutor Linn, desiring to 
enlist in the 100-day service above referred to, the other members of the Uni- 
versity faculty agreed to hear a portion of his classes in his absence, the re- 
mainder having been otherwise provided for." (Faculty Record.) 

June 23. Sixth Commencement. Three graduates, Hutchings, Springer, 
Strobridge, all excused from speaking because they had gone into the war. 
Master's orations pronounced by Captain Haney, '61, and Chaplain Spencer, 
'61. Baccalaureate address by Rev. D. P. Kidder, D. D., on ''Men of the 
Period." Light Guard band leads procession from College to village church. 

Sept. — . Miner Raymond, D. D., appears in faculty as Instructor in Moral 
Philosophy; Louis Kistler, A. M., as Instructor in Greek. Annual charges 
advanced to $45 for tuition and $7.50 for incidentals, and library fee reduced 
to $1.50. 

Nov. 2. Faculty votes to encourage students to procure melodeon for 
chapel. Illinois Alpha^chapter of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity established this 
year. 

1865. 

Feb. 27. Faculty votes no student should be allowed to be absent from 
University to teach school except upon permission granted by vote of faculty. 
During the year appropriation $25,000 was made by the trustees toward erec- 
tion of University Hall. 

July 6. Seventh Commencement. Three graduates: Bragdon, Pingree 
and Wheeler. 

Nov. 2. Faculty, on request of citizens of Evanston, authorizes excuse of 
students to attend Union mass meeting in Chicago. 

1866. 

David H. Wheeler appears as Professor of the English Language and Litera- 
ture. Five premiums or prizes, amounting to $115, are announced for meri- 
torious work in philology, mathematics, physical science, declamation, and 
composition. 

April 4. Junior exhibition. Speakers : J. H. Brooks, W. C. Comstock, 
John EUis, J. B. McGufhn, G. W. Winslow. 

July 11. Meeting of Association of Alumni in afternoon. Oration, J. W. 
Haney; poem, W. A. Spencer. Ex-president Foster delivers an addresss before 
alumni in evening. Social reunion and supper in Baptist church. 12 — Bac- 
calaureate address by Rev. Bishop E. Thompson of Delaware, Ohio. Eighth 
Commencement. Speakers: A. J. Wheeler, James Frake, L. H. Pearce, J. A. 
Thomas. 

Sept. Edgar Frisbie appears in the faculty as instructor in Mathematics. 

Dec. Rules and regulations issued for College. Study hours announced 

nine a. m. to twelve m., two to five p. m., and all evening after seven o'clock. 
\o student allowed to go out of Evanston without permission of the President. 



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1867. 

The library contains about 4,000 volumes. Seniors once a term and 
juniors once a month declaim original compositions before the University in 
chapel. 

March 15. Sophomores publicly reprimanded for concerted absence from 
recitation. 19 — Junior exhibition. Speakers: E. W. Burke, Morton Culver, 
F. J. Huse, A. J. Kennicott, H. T. Scovill. 

June 16. University sermon by Rev. R. M. Hatfield of Chicago. 19 — 
Address before the Hinman literary society by Rev. Professor F. W, Fisk of 
Chicago. 20 — Baccalaureate address by Rev. D. H. Wheeler. Ninth Com- 
mencement, eight graduates; two master's orttions. 

Sept. 2. Faculty resolves College bell shall be rung only by janitor. 

Dec. 16. Annual exercises of the Adelphic literary society. Speakers: 
C. H. Curtis, E. R. Brown, E. W. Burke, W. M. Raymond, and W. C. Knapp. 

1868. 

Robert M. Cumnock, A. B., appears as instructor in Elocution, and Wilbur 
F. Yocum, A. M., as Instructor in Mathematics. Henry M. Bannister is ap- 
pointed curator of the museum. 

June 14. University sermon by Rev. C. H. Fowler of Chicago. 15 — Con- 
test for the Hurd prize. 16 — Address before literary societies by Hon. New- 
ton Bateman of Springfield, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 17 — 
Meeting of Association of Alumni. 18 — Baccalaureate address by Professor 
Louis Kistler at 10 a. m. At 2 p. m. tenth Commencement. Three graduates; 
C. C. Bragdon, '65, pronounces Master's oration. 

1869. 

Erastus O. Haven, D. D., LL. D., elected President of the University. 
Young women admitted to college classes for the first time. Schultze library 
of 20,000 volumes purchased for University by Luther L. Greenleaf. Assets 
of University, $779,000. In faculty lists appear the names of C. G. Wheeler, 
Professor of Chemistry; Rev. F. D. Hemenway, Professor of Hebrew Language 
and Literature ; J. F. Kellogg, Professor of Civil Engineering ; R. Baird, Assistant 
in Greek; and J. W. Ravel, Assistant in Mathematics. 

Jan. 22. Hinman prize essay contest. 

March 23. Junior exhibition. Speakers: F. C. Winslow, H. Potwin, W. 
Plested, A. W. Patten, A. D. Langworthy, I. B. Henry, J. H. Gill, M. Finity, 
T. Craven, M. C. Bragdon, W. D. Best, and W. H. H. Adams. 

June 1. First class day. Program printed in Latin; W. M. Raymond, 
historian; H. Curtiss, poet; R. Baird, orator; W. Butterfield; prophet. 23 — 
Eleventh Commencement, on the campus; ten graduates; three master's 
degrees. — Dr. E. O. Haven is elected president of the University. — The 
Omega chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity is established. 

Sept. 8. Opening of University Hall. Inauguration of Rev. Erastus O. 
Haven, D. D., LL.D., as President of University. Dedicatory hymn written 
by Mrs. E. E. Marcy. Address to friends of University by Rev. C. H. Fowler. 
Free train for invited guests from Chicago and a free dinner. — C. W. Pearson, 



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A. W. Patten and A. H. Miller are employed as Assistants in preparatory de- 
partment. 

Oct. 15. Opening of new society hall of Adelphic literary society. 

Dec. Committee appointed from four College classes to organize a Y. M. 
C. A. for the University. 

1870. 

N. G. Bartlett appears as Professor of Chemistry, A. W. Patten as Assistant 
in Mathematics, and Karl Schou as Teacher of the Danish language. 

Jan. 21. Hinman contest for Hamlin prize. 

Feb. 19. Second meeting for organization of Y. M. C. A. W. H. H. 
Adams, '70, pres. ; four vice-presidents from the various departments of the 
University; one from village of Evanston; F. D, Raymond, '72, secretary. 
21 — Senior contest for Lunt prize. 

March 20. Junior exhibition. Speakers: H. W. Woodruff, E. R. Schra- 
der, R. D. Russell, O. Roys, J. H. Raymond, C. W. Pearson, A. B. Norton, A. 
H. Miller, E. D. Gould, and D. O. Fox. 

May 31. Class day. Program printed in German. Class presented by 
Professor Marcy and received by President Haven. Speakers: W. H. H. 
Adams, Homer Potwin, and A. W. Patten. 

June 18. Semi-annual election of Y. M. C. A. of the University. A. H, 
Miller, '71, Pres. ; A. B. Norton, '71, Sec. 19 — Baccalaureate sermon by Presi- 
dent Haven. 20 — Kedzie prize declamation contest. 22 — Twelfth Com- 
mencement, fourteen bachelor's degrees. Meeting of Alumni Association. 
Reception at President's house. 

1871. 

Jan. The Tripod, a twelve-page College monthly paper, appears, con- 
trolled by the literary societies. Editors: E. R. Shrader (Hinman), and H. S. 
Wicks (Adelphic). Frequently throughout the year leading articles appear 
over the signatures of President Haven, Professors Marcy, Baird, Pearson and 
Frances E. Willard. 

I March 28. Junior exhibition. Speakers: E. B. Woodson, H. M. Thiers, 
J. F. Robinson, C. R. Paul, H. H. Palmer, George Lunt, R. B. Edwards, L. P. 
Davis, C. H. Castle, J. G. Burke, G. E. Bragdon, and E. H. Beal. 
May 18. Hinman debate with Chicago Lyceum. 20 — University base- 
ball nine defeats the 'Trairies" in Chicago. Score: 24-13. Three other vic- 
tories follow immediately. Team consists of Kimball, Langworthy, Collins, 
Frake, Lunt, Cooper, Elmore, Gaines, and Beatty. 31 — Class day. Speak- 
ers: J. H. Raymond, O. Roys, G. L. Yaple, H. S. Wicks, A. W. Penny, A. B. 
Norton, and D. O. Fox. 
June 10. Baseball: Chicago University sophomores, 50; Northwestern 
sophomores, 37. 23 — Blanchard prize orations. 25 — Baccalaureate ser- 
mon by President Haven. 27 — Anniversary of the Alumni Association. Ora- 
tion by L. H. Pearce, '66. 28 — Thirteenth Commencement, in University 
grove ; fifteen graduates. 
July 4. Laying of corner stone of Evanston College for Ladies. Oration 
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16 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

by Hon. J. R. Doolittle of Wisconsin. Addresses by President E. O. Haven, 
and Rev. J. M. Reid, editor of Northwestern Christian Advocate. Hymn writ- 
ten by Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller. 

During summer old CoUege was removed from Davis street to campus, 
much enlarged and improved, to become home of ^preparatory department. 

Oct. Volunteer life saving crew organized by class of 1872, consisting of 
L. C. Collins, George Lunt, E. J. Harrison, Eltinge Elmore, George Bragdon, 
F. Roys and M. D. Kimball. Commodore Murray of U. S. Navy presents 
University life-boat for use of crew. 

Nov. 9. Great Chicago fire consumes "plant" of Tripod, but usual issue 
appears Nov. 20. — Sufferers by Chicago fir^rovided with board and room at 
low rates at College for Ladies. — Chapel exercises on Saturday morning ; ora- 
tions by seniors and jimiors. — Library numbers 30,000 volumes.^ — Students 
plead for sidewalk between University Hall and Heck Hall. — University pub- 
lishing company organized in Chicago with President Haven as president, and 
Lakeside Mordhly Magazine purchased. — During the season University base- 
ball team wins eleven out of thirteen games. — No catalogue issued for 1871-72. 

1872. 

Jan. Ladies admitted to Adelphic society. 19 — Discussion for Hinman 
prize. 6 — Professor Marcy publishes article on "New Culture in College" in 
the College Courant. 

Feb. 22. Presentations of essays for Lunt prize. President Haven begins 
series of articles on "Amusements" in Tripod. Saturday chapel discontinued. 

March 8. Freshman declamations for Kedzie prize. 

April 24. Presentation of essays for Hurd prize. 

May. Junior exhibition. Speakers: L. Butterfield, F. W. Cleveland, H. A. 
Cooper, J. M. Dandy, C. Gaines, F. Husted, D. A. Lindsey, W. J. Minium, E. 
L. Parkes. 24 — Death of Professor Noyes. He had been Professor of Mathe- 
matics since 1854 and Acting President of the University from 1860 to 1869. 

June 6. Class day. Speakers: J. G. Burke, F. Roys, C. H. Castle, R. B. 
Edwards, L. P. Davis, F. D. Raymond, L. C. Collins, C. R. Paul. Life-boat 
transferred to the class of 1873. In evening annual prize contest of junior and 
sophomore classes. 26 — Fourteenth Commencement, twenty-two graduates. 

July 8. Upsilon chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity established. 

Sept. President Haven resigns. Bids farewell to students in chapel. 

Oct. Professor H. S. Carhart takes chair of Civil Engineering. College 
Cottage a "new and winning feature as a branch of the Ladies' College. Twelve 
to fourteen young ladies can be accommodated at rates' surprisingly cheap." 
23 — ^Trustees elect Rev. Charles H. Fowler, D. D., president of the University. 

1873. 

Jan. 30. Day of prayer for colleges is observed; sermon by President Fow- 
ler. 

March 6. Freshman declamation contest. 25 — Junior exhibition. Speak- 
ers: W. L. Martin, M. C. Wire, M. O. Lewis, R. G. Hobbs, W. C. Estes, M. C. 
Kauffman, W. B. Robinson, E. McClish. 



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May 5. Seniors present essays for Hurd prize. New catalogue shows 
attendance of 145 students, of whom 22 are women. Bishop Foster, former 
President of University, addresses students at chapel. 

June 10. Class day. Speakers: Chauncey Gaines, Henry Green, F. M. 
usted, H. A. Cooper, E. C. Arnold, A. H. Needham. Life-boat transferred 
to new crew. 22 — Baccalaureate sermon by President of the University. 
Annual discourse before the Ladies' College by Rev. J. O. Peck. 23 — Blan- 
chard prize contest. 24 — Evanston Ladies' College transferred to the Uni- 
versity; name to be changed to Woman's College of Northwestern University; 
Miss Frances E. Willard elected Dean of Woman's College and Professor of 
Aesthetics. 25 — Meeting of Alumni Association. 26 — Inauguration of Presi- 
dent Charles H. Fowler in University grove. Music by Great Western Light 
Guard Band. Prayer by Dr. Hitchcock. Address on behalf of trustees by 
Robert F. Queal. Address by Bishop Andrews. Fifteenth Commencement, 
sixteen graduates; all present orations. 

July 3. Rho chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity established. 

Oct. The name of Edmund J. James appears in the freshman class. A 
College of Technology instituted with Prof essor Marcy as Dean and W. A. Met- 
calf as Professor of Civil Engineering. Professor H. F. Fisk takes charge of pre- 
paratory department. Professor J. G. AUyn becomes Professor of Chemistry. 
10 — Joint program of Tri-Kappa literary society of Chicago University 
and the Hinman society. 

Dec. Gas introduced into University hall for purpose of illumination. 

1874. 

Jan, 22. School of Technology assembles for first time. The Metcalf 
prize, a silver cup, offered by Professor Kellogg, awarded to J. M, Harris. 
— Alumni requested to send names and present addresses to librarian in order 
that a record may be kept, 29 — Day of prayer for colleges observed by spe- 
cial chapel services. 

Feb. 7. M. S. Kaufman and W. L. Martin sent as delegates to State Col- 
lege Literary Convention at Bloomington, Organization is formed to be 
known as the Illinois Collegiate Association, to consist of Illinois Wesleyan 
University, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Knox College, 
Monmouth College, Illinois Industrial University, Illinois College, ShurtlefT 
College, and such others as may be admitted. Object: To hold prize con- 
tests in oratory, W, L, Martin, '74, chosen vice-president, 9 — Hinman 
prize essay contest, 

March 26, Junior exhibition. Speakers: F, M, Warrington, A, D. Gilles- 

i pie, J, H, Hamline, C. A. Gaskill, J. F. Stout, C. F. Goodenow, F. A. Hills, C. 
H. Burke, Amy Kellogg, and J. J. Crist, — Professor Carhart places electric 
bells in recitation rooms of University Hall, 

April. Catalogue issued, "The University will receive the students of 

' all first-class high schools upon the examination certificates of the principals, 
and give credit for the work they have done," 212 students registered in Col- 
lege of Literature and Sciences, Trustees decide to grant to village of Evans- 
ton ground north of University valued at $3,000 for village waterworks. Base- 
ball association formed. M. O. Lewis elected president. 






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May 1. First of series of games between Chicago University and North- 
western University nines, in Evanston. Score: Chicago, 17; Northwestern, 
15. Joint program of literary societies of Chicago and Northwestern Uni- 
versities. 7 — Juniors elect J. F. Stout orator for state intercollegiate contest 
to be held at Bloomington. 9 — Baseball: Northwestern, 19; Chicago, 14. 30 — 
University nine plays Racine first of a series of three games for a silver ball and 
championship of the northwest. Score: Northwestern, 4; Racine, 3. 19 — 
Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Mann prizes. 23 — Third and decid- 
ing ball game of series between Chicago and Northwestern. Score: North- 
western, 22; Chicago, 11. 

June. Office of the University connecteo^ with Woman's College by tele- 
graph. 6 — Baseball: Racine, 19; Northwestern, 7. 13 — Racine, 10; North- 
western, 9. Umpire, J. H. Hamline, '75. 18 — Meeting of Alumni Association ; 
every class represented. 22 — Blanchard prize orations. 23 — Class day. 
Class presented by Dr. Marcy. Response by Professor Wheeler. Oration, 
Scott ; class history, Martin ; poem, Boutell ; prophecy. Hawks ; transfer of life- 
boat to class of 1875. James Frake, '66, chosen member of board of trustees; 
first alumnus so honored. 24 — Alumni entertainment; oration by Ellis, 
'67; poem by Thomas Strobridge, '67. 25 — Sixteenth Commencement. 
Procession to the church under marshalship of Pearsons, '62. Thirty gradu- 
ates, among them Miss Sarah R. Roland, the first woman graduate. 

Oct. Frances E. Willard resigns. Miss Ellen Soule is elected professor 
of French and Dean of Woman's College. Faculty excludes women from 
literary societies. Ossoli literary society organized for women. First report 
of College of Technology and fourth report of the museum appears. Lyman 

E. Cooley appears as professor of Civil Engineering. Sophomores and fresh- 
men have series of "rushes." University telegraph association connects wire 
with Western Union line. Time signals from Chicago at eight o'clock direct to 
University. 

Nov. Students plead for librarian who shall give full time to the library. 
20 — First annual contest of the Illinois Collegiate Association at Bloomington. 
J. F. Stout, '75, Northwestern's representative, wins second prize. 

1875. 

Jan. Chapel orations discontinued. Government decides to establish a 
weather station in Evanston. General Logan influential in securing order 
from the War Department. Prof. Wyren is elected by Scandinavian Meth- 
odists to teach Swedish in the University. 9 — Junior-sophomore declamation 
contest. 29 — Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 12. Lincoln anniversary by Adelphic society; speakers: J. E. Bell, J. 

F. Stout, W. S. Matthew, F. M. Taylor. 22 — Washington celebration by 
Hinman society; speakers: T. VanScoy, F. M. Warrington, J. Krantz, Jr., 
J. S. Norris. 

March 12. Hinman prize essay contest. — Senior secret society organized, 
called ''Spade and Serpent." 24 — Junior exhibition. Speakers: A. S. Apple- 
ton, F. M. Taylor, S. C. McPherrin, A. W. McPherson, Jessie R. Brown, F. H. 
Scott, W. S. Matthew, W. S. Arnold. Mock programs appear, introduced by 
the sophomore class. 



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June 19. Blanchard prize orations. 21 — Class day at Jenning's Hall. 
Dr. Marc}^ introduces class and President Fowler responds. Life-boat trans- 
ferred to class of 1876, and a class album is presented to library. In the even- 
ing torchlight procession from Lakeside Hall to University, led by band. Ivy 
planted at University Hall. 23 — Anniversary exercises of the College of 
Technology; four graduates read theses. Exercises of Alumni Association; 
oration by W. D. Best, '70; other speakers: Clifford, '59, Wicks, '71. Annual 
banquet of the Association held at Woman's College; about two hundred pres- 
ent. 24 — Seventeenth Commencement. Speakers : Lambert, Unland, White, 
Kellogg, Gaskell, Lewis, Stout, Robinson, VanScoy, Metcalf. Twenty-nine 
graduates; average age, 24 yrs., 2 mos. No baseball association was formed 
this year. Team lost one game this season and won six. No catalogue issued* 
for year 1874-75. 

Oct. Observatory and signal station instituted in the cupola of Old Col- 
lege, under direction of Sergeant Holbrook of U. S. War Department. Jones 
and Porter, of '76, are assistants. Daily observations of weather taken; 
students receive free instruction in meteorology. Life-boat goes out of 
service. 16 — Baseball: Northwestern, 19; Chicago, 13. Umpire, George 
Lunt, of '72. 23 — Return game at Evanston. Score: Northwestern, 9; 
Chicago, 6. Northwestern wins the silver ball and championship of the 
northwest. 28 — Intercollegiate oratorical contest at Jacksonville. 28 — Sec- 
ond contest of Illinois Collegiate Association at Jacksonville. W. S. Matthew, 
representative orator. 

Dec. 9. Athenaeum holds first meeting at Woman's College; object: cul- 
ture in literature and art ; sixty members. 

1876. 

Jan. 4. Second annual oratorical contest of Intercollegiate Association 
at New York. F. M. Bristol sent as delegate. Eleven colleges represented. 
William Cullen Bryant, Whitelaw Reid, and George WiUiam Curtis, judges. 
F. A. Hills, '75, divides prize for essay on "Advantages and Disadvantages of 
Universal Suffrage." 13 — Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Mann 
prizes. 18 — Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 27 — Day of prayer 
for colleges. 28 — Students organize CoUege Association of Northwestern 
University to transact business with the Intercollegiate Association. Eight 
men chosen for preliminary contest in oratory, and as competitors in mental 
science, Latin, and essay writing. Hinman prize essay contest.. 

Feb. Baseball association reorganized. University library open for the 
drawing of books. Tripod association includes Ossoli members. 1 — Opening 
of the gymnasium. Dedicatory speech by Rev. W. H. Daniels. Athletic 
feats by Chicago athletes. Gymnasium almost entirely work of students, 
notably of F. M. Taylor, '76. 

March 23. Junior exhibition. Speakers: H. R. Antes, E. J. Bickell, Miss 
Hunt, F. E. Knappen, C. L. Logan, C. H. Morgan, Miss Pomeroy, Robt. Sea- 
man, D. M. Tompkins. Donation of $175 by the Sigma Chi fraternity for 
bowling alley in the gymnasium. The names of J. G. Allyn and Emily F. 
Wheeler appear in the faculty list. 

April 22. Delegates from Racine College and Northwestern University 



20 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

meet at Waukegan and organize College baseball association of the North- 
west. 

May 19. Game of baseball with Chicago University. Score: Northwest- 
em, 20; Chicago, 10. — President Fowler accepts editorship of New York Chris- 
tian Advocate. * 

June 19. Class day at Jennings Hall. Professor Kistler presents class and 
Dr. Fowler responds. Class history, Miss Patterson; poem, Taylor; oration, 
Krantz; prophecy, Whipple; giving of presents; class song. Evening exer- 
cises consisting of burning of books and band concert. 20 — Easter prize con- 
test takes the place of Blanchard contest. 21 — Second Commencement of the 
College of Technology. Alumni reunion ; toaiBts and midnight banquet ; Clif- 
ford and Kidder, of '59, are present. 22 — President Fowler resigns ; Professor 
Oliver Marcy elected Acting President of University. Eighteenth Commence- 
ment in Methodist church. Speakers: Cochran, Currer, EUinwood, Hilton, 
McPherrin, McPherson, Matthew, Miss Parks, Scott. 

Sept. 22. Meeting of College Association; Bristol, Burr and Ladd 
chosen delegates to state oratorical contest, and F. H. Scott as delegate to 
contest in New York. 

Oct. Chapel orations again required of seniors. 5 — Third contest of 
Illinois Collegiate Association in Evanston. Frank M. Bristol, Northwestern' s 
orator. 

Dec. 8. Joint program of Tri-Kappas of Chicago University and Adelphic 
society, in Chicago. Life-saving station is being built on lake shore at south- 
east corner of campus. 15 — Annual joint meeting of three literary societies. 

1877. 

Jan. 4. Third annual contest of Intercollegiate Literary Association in 
New York; F. H. Scott, Northwestern' s orator; F. M. Taylor, '76, wins first 
prize for essay and second prize in mental science. 5 — Junior-sophomore 
declamation contest for Mann prizes. 15 — Junior-sophomore debate for Gage 
prizes. 25 — Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 23. Joint program of Tri-Kappa literary society of Chicago Uni- 
versity and Adelphic society. 

March 3. Professor Gray, inventor, explains the musical telephone in 
entertainment for benefit of gymnasium. Music played in Chicago trans- 
mitted to Evanston over single wire. 19 — Junior exhibition. Speakers: G. 
E. Ackerman, E. W. Andrews, W. M. Booth,W. H. Harris, E. M. Kinman, J. 
T. Ladd, Miss Parks, C. Quereau, J. M. Wheaton. Mock programs circulated 
by sophomores. 

April. E. J. Bickell, '77, appointed captain of life-saving station force. 
More than sixty applicants for positions on crew. Members to receive $40 
per month and $3 extra for every wreck trip. Baseball tournament among 
classes. 13 — Annual meeting of collegiate baseball association. Racine Col- 
lege, Lake Forest, Chicago, and Northwestern Universities are represented. 
— Junior class buy silk hats. Hunting expeditions common among students. 

May 4. Hinman prize essay contest. — Freshmen wear mortar-boards. 
5 — Baseball: Northwestern, 20; Lake Forest, 8. 9 — Freshmen cremate 
"Trig;" ''grand weep" at College; solemn march around town with drums. 




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fifes and torches; poem by John Bennett to memory of ''Trig;" eulogy by 
Joseph Coombs ; cremation under the oaks ; dirge by class. 

June. Following men nominated by faculty and accepted by government 
as members of life-saving crew of station No. 8 : Warrington, '79, Hobart, '79, 
King, '79, Piper, '80, Shannon, '81, M. J. Hall of Preparatory. 8— Baseball: 
Northwestern, 22; Chicago, 16. — Racine wins from Northwestern, 15 to 8. 
First published list of alumni giving addresses and occupations appears in 
University catalogue. Total registration in College, 194. 18 — Class day at 
Jennings Hall. Professor Carhart presents class ; Dr. Marcy responds. Students 
assemble in chapel to hear results of term's work from faculty. 19 — Easter 
prize contest. 20 — Literary exercises and promenade concert of Alumni Asso- 
ciation. 21 — Meeting of alumni; measures to incorporate the Association; 
endowment fund created. Nineteenth Commencement. Thirty-one gradu- 
ates. Speakers : Carr, Cook, Miss Davis, Evans,'Miss Hunt, Knappen, Logan, 
McCool, Rice, Tompkins. Address by Bishop Foster. Class album pre- 
sented to President Marcy for library. 

Sept. Miss Jane M. Bancroft appears as Dean of Woman's College. 
Sophomore-freshman cane-rush. 

Oct. 18. Fourth state intercollegiate contest. G. E. Ackerman, '78, 
wins second prize, 31 — Hallowe'en; students bum bridge across "Rubicon" 
near Dempster Hall. 

Dec. Compulsory church attendance changed from evening to morning 



1878. 

Jan. 4. Junior-sophomore declamation contest. — Chapel orations by 
seniors. 10 — Intercollegiate literary contest at New York. Miss Hunt, '77, 
receives first prize for essay. — Hurd prize withdrawn. 15 — Vidette appears, 
published semi-monthly by students in competition with Tripod, organ of 
literary societies. E. W. Andrews, Conrad Haney, and I. E. Adams, editors 
and publishers. 25 — Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. — Much inter- 
est manifested in legal proceedings undertaken to compel University to pay 
taxes on its lands. 31 — Day of prayer observed. 

Feb. Junior exhibition discontinued because of degeneration of mock 
programs. 

March. College orchestra organized. Suits of white and brown ordered 
for baseball team. Standings of students announced by faculty at last chapel 
of term. 

April 3. A series of articles on University Museum, by Dr. Marcy, ap- 
pears in the Vidette. The campus ball grounds [where the library now stands] 
resodded and rolled. 26 — Joint session of the three literary societies. 

May. Mrs. William Deering offers five $10 prizes to successful contestants 
for positions on contest for Kirk prize, given by Mrs. James S. Kirk to replace 
Easter prize. 10 — Hinman essay contest. 31 — Adelphic prize contest. 

June. Catalogue shows total registration in College 191. Phi Kappa Psi 
chapter organized. 16 — Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. R. M. Hatfield. 17 — 
Reports of students for spring term read in chapel by faculty. Class day exer- 
cises replaced by social gathering at President Marcy's house. Class pre- 



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sented by President Marcy to William A. Spencer, '61, president of the Alumni 
Association, who declares them admitted to that body. Roll of alumni called. 
18 — Kirk prize contest. 19 — Meeting of Alumni Association and evening ban- 
quet at Avenue House. 20 — Twentieth Commencement. Speakers : Ladd, 
Booth, Quereau, Kinman, Demorest, Harris, Bassett, Johnson, Kagey, Kry- 
der, Wheaton, Miss Parks. Annual levee. President's house. — Professor 
Kistler resigns chair of Greek. 

Sept. Candidates for admission required to pass examinations; certifi- 
cates no longer accepted. Chapel orations not required of seniors this year. 
Committee consisting of two faculty members and two students from each 
class elected to have oversight of religious life*of College. University museum 
represented at Chicago Exhibition by the oological collection presented by W. 
H. Ballou. Robert Baird, '69, becomes Instructor in Greek and German. 
Catharine Beal, appears as Instructor in Drawing and Painting. 

Oct. College withdraws from Illinois Intercollegiate Association. 

1879. 

Jan. 2. Dempster Hall, built 1854, oldest of campus buildings, destroyed 
by fire; first home of the theological school; after 1868 used as a dormitory. 
10 — Intercollegiate literary contest at New York. W. H. Harris, '78, repre- 
sentative orator, and W. H. Wait, '79, contestant in Latin. 24 — The Tripod 
becomes a fortnightly publication. 30 — Day of prayer observed. 

Feb. Joint meeting of the three literary societies. Music by College or- 
chestra. 

March. "Songs of Northwestern University" appears, 128 pp. ; compiled 
by J. A. Fisher, ex-'80. Seniors wear silk hats. 

April 7. U. S. Supreme Court decision renders University property per- 
petually free from taxation. 

May 4. A secretary is appointed at College prayer meeting to open corre- 
spondence with view of connecting the students' Christian work in College 
with the Y. M. C. A. 9 — Hinman essay contest for Kedzie prize. 10 — Base- 
ball: Northwestern, 12; Racine, 10. 17 — Northwestern, 30; Chicago, 13. 
31 — Northwestern, 14; Chicago, 11. 

June. Second annual oratorical contest of Adelphic society. 7 — L. D. 
Wishard writes, suggesting temporary Y. M. C. A. organization in College. 
13 — Baseball: Northwestern, 41; Lake Forest, 1. Adelphic society listens 
to a lecture by Professor Edmund J. James of the Evanston High School, on 
"Student Life in Germany." — Championship series ends in tie between North- 
western and Racine. 22 — Baccalaureate sermon by Bishop E. G. Andrews. 
23 — Class day exercises. Presentation of class by Professor H. S. Carhart; 
response by President Oliver Marcy. Class presents tower clock to the Uni- 
versity. Junior class purchases a bell to be given to the University next com- 
mencement. The bell is placed in the clock tower of University Hall. Field 
day exercises on campus. Senior class gives concert in Baptist church. 24 — 
Kirk prize contest. 25 — Meeting of Alumni Association ; committee appoint- 
ed to meet committee from College Association to choose University colors. 
Constitution and by-laws of Alumni Association published. 26 — Twenty- 
first Commencement. Speakers: Hobart, Horswell, Tyler, Wait, Miss Brad- 



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ley, Donelson, Miss Casey, Jackson, Miss Bayne, Hood, Miss Webb, Adams. 
Twenty-seven graduates; average age, twenty-two years, eleven months. 
President's levee in the evening. 

Aug. 19. Professor Henry Cohn opens a summer school of languages at 
the College. 

Oct. Committee of oversight for Woman's College issues a rule requiring 
women registered with the Dean to board and room at the College building. 
Joint committee of alumni and students decides upon purple and gold as Uni- 
versity colors. Football association formed. Rugby rules to be learned. 

Nov. 21. Field day exercises on campus. 

1880. 

Jan. College designated as College of Liberal Arts. 16 — Junior-sopho- 
more declamation contest for Mann prizes. 19 — Junior-sophomore debate 
for Gage prizes. 24 — Meeting for organization of Students' Christian Associ- 
ation. — College orchestra disbands. — Day of prayer observed. 

Feb. 5. A Students' Christian Association, a branch of Y. M. C. A., is 
formed. First board of officers: H. N. Herrick, pres. ; Charles Horswell, 
vice-pres. ; A. R. Solenberger, sec'y; C. B. Spencer, cor. sec'y; George Merritt, 
treas. Meeting of football association; committee appointed to select two 
elevens and purchase a Rugby ball. Rugby rules published in Vidette; teams 
begin practice. 

March. Dean N. S. Davis of Medical School entertains senior classes of 
Arts, Law and Medicine at his home. 

April 23. Ossoli society contest for Farwell prize. 

May 10. First league ball game with Racine: Northwestern, 23; Racine, 
12. 22 — Second game: Northwestern, 12; Racine, 5. Celebration in front of 
Woman's College. 14 — Hinman prize essay contest. — Circulars issued an- 
nouncing summer school of University, July 6th to August 13th, in connection 
with Professor Cohn's school. 28 — Adelphic contest for Dunoon prize. — Se- 
niors buy class canes. 

June. College withdraws from baseball league. Catalogue issued. Total 
registration in College, 183. 20 — Baccalaureate sermon by Bishop Bow- 
man. University sermon by Rev. R. D. Sheppard of Chicago. 21 — Class 
day. Class presented by Professor Cumnock; President Marcy responds. 
College bell is presented to the University by the class. Field day exercises 
on campus. 22 — Kirk contest. 24 — Twenty-second Commencement in 
Methodist church. Speakers : Miss Webster, Foulks, Miss Mesick, Hamil- 
ton, Miss Etta Smith, Jessup, Kemble, Miss Bradwell, Davis, Miss Nind. 

July 6. Opening of summer school. Professors Carhart, Fisk and Cum- 
nock of the College give courses. 

Sept. Seniors required to write two orations this term to be handed to 
Professor Cumnock. 

Dec. 17. Lecture by Theodore Tilton inaugurates a course under auspices 
of senior class. 



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1881. 

Jan. 27. Day of prayer observed. 28 — First issue of The Northwestern, 
formed by union of Tripod and Vidette, published fortnightly under auspices 
of literary societies. P. H. Swift, *81, editor-in-chief; C. E. Piper, '82, pub- 
lisher and business manager. 

Feb. 4. Junior-sophomore declamation contest. 11 — Joint session of 
three literary societies. — Seniors wear silk hats. 14 — Adelphic oratorical con- 
test for Dunoon prize. 

March. Committee appointed from senior class to investigate matter of 
a college annual. 26 — Reception to seniors of Arts, Law, and Medicine at 
Dr. Marcy's house. • 

April. Chapel exercises hereafter at noon. Football and baseball sea- 
son opens. 

May 6. Ossoli essay contest for Farwell prize. 20 — Hinman essay con- 
test for Kedzie prize. 25 — At invitation of Orrington Lunt, a number of trus- 
tees and faculty meet and dine with Governor John Evans, president of trustees, 
at Grand Pacific Hotel. Two questions considered : election of a President 
of the University and payment of University debt of $200,000. Governor 
Evans offers to give $25,000 on the first $100,000 subscribed and the same 
amount on the second $100,000 subscribed, offer to remain open one year. 
Baseball tournament among classes. Class of '83 wins and is given a banquet. 

June 17. Kirk prize contest. 18 — Senior lecture course completed. 19 — • 
Baccalaureate sermon by Bishop Foss. University sermon by Dr. Briggs of 
San Francisco. 20 — Senior banquet. 21 — Classday exercises in Methodist 
church. Class presented by Webster, impersonating member of faculty; 
response by Briggs. Rev. Joseph Cummings, D. D., LL. D., unanimously 
elected President of University. Professors Baird and Pearson elected to 
chairs of Greek and English Literature respectively. Field day exercises 
on campus; twenty-three events. 22 — Alumni day. Public entertainment; 
poem, J. A. J. Whipple, '76; oration, J. H. Raymond, '71; banquet. 
23 — Twenty-third Commencement. Speakers: Butcher, Cross, Foster, 
Huston, Matlack, Miss McArthur, Miss Meserve, Nichol, Rice, Schneider, 
Swift, Thatcher. 

Sept. Prof. John H. Long elected Professor of General Chemistry. 

Oct. 4. Reception to Dr. Cummings; address of welcome by F. W. Mer- 
rell, '82. 

Nov. 18. Opening of lecture course under auspices of senior class. 

Dec. 23. Delegates from Michigan University, Racine College, Wisconsin 
University and Northwestern University meet in Chicago and organize a col- 
lege baseball association. — Custom of reading in public standings of students 
at close of each term discontinued. 

1882. 

Jan. University Hall receives slate roof and is provided with city water. 
12 — Northwestern now published by ''the students of Northwestern Uni- 
versity." — Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 13. Meeting of University baseball association; new constitution 
and by-laws adopted. 




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March 3. Joint session of three literary societies. 13 — Adelphic contest 
for Dunoon prizes. — Sigma chapter of Delta Gamma appears. 

April 6. Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 7 — Junior-sopho- 
more declamation contest for Mann prizes. 18 — Upsilon chapter of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma appears. 

May. Catalogue is published; total registration in College, 161. 13 — 
Baseball: Northwestern, 21; Wisconsin, 16. 19 — Wisconsin, 13; North- 
western, 7. 22 — Racine, 10; Northwestern, 9. 26 — Ossoli contest. 31 — 
Baseball: Michigan, 19; Northwestern, 3. 

June 1. Baseball: Northwestern, 11; Racine, 10. 2 — Hinman essay 
contest. 16 — Kirk contest. 18 — Baccalaureate sermon by President Cum- 
mings. University sermon by Rev. Russell B. Pope. 19 — Class day exercises 
in Methodist church. Dr. Marcy presents class; President Cummings re- 
sponds. Pipe of peace is used by class. 20 — Financial report shows effort 
to raise $100,000 to make good Governor Evans' offer was successful. Field 
day. 21 — Alumni Association meets. Literary exercises on campus: poem, 
H. S. Boutell, '74; oration, F. M. Bristol, '77. Banquet and reception to 
President Cummings. 22 — Twenty-fourth Commencement. Speakers : Miss 
Prindle, Dyche, Miss Cowles, Merrell, Miss Hatfield, Middlekauff, Otjen, Miss 
Lydia Jones, Lee, McPherrin, Miss Somers, Conwell. Dr. Cummings addresses 
trustees and class in Latin. Reception by Dr. and Mrs. Cummings. 

Oct. Gymnasium, now veneered with brick and fitted with new appa- 
ratus, opened after long disuse; C. A. Duplessis, director. 13 — Opening of 
lecture course under auspices of senior class. 

Dec. 19. Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Mann prize. 

1883. 

Jan. Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. Electric hour bells placed in recitation rooms. Rules of govern- 
ment issued ; new system of general and special honors for scholarship estab- 
lished. 14 — Committee from senior class appointed to report on College an- 
nual. 16 — Joint session of three literary societies. 20 — Inaugural exhibition 
at gymnasium. Athletic feats by professionals, underclassmen, and prepara- 
tory students. 

March. Seniors appear in black "plug" hats; juniors in white "plug" hats. 

April. Sophomore class appear in "mortar-boards." 10 — Junior-sopho- 
more debate for Gage prizes. 12 — Adelphic contest for Dunoon prizes. 20 — 
Hinman contest for Kedzie prize. 21 — Life-saving boys bring to shore crew 
of schooner aground off Winnetka. — Interclass baseball tournament. 24 — 
Exhibition at gymnasium. 

May 7. Baseball: Northwestern, 17; Racine, 5. Class of '84 appoints a 
committee to report on College annual. 16 — Baseball: Northwestern, 13; 
Racine, 9. 25 — Osooli contest for Farwell prize. 26 — Baseball: North- 
western, 11 ; Beloit, 7. 28 — Northwestern, 13; Wisconsin, 6. 

June. Catalogue issued. Registration in College, 149. 2 — Baseball: 
Northwestern, 10; Wisconsin, 4. 9 — Northwestern, 14; Beloit, 10. Cham- 
pionship won without the loss of a game. 15 — Kirk contest. 17 — Bacca- 
laureate sermon by President Cummings. Sermon before Students' Christian 



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Association by Rev. F. M. Bristol, '77. 18 — Class day exercises. 19 — Field day. 
20 — Alumni Association is incorporated under the laws of Illinois. 21 — 
Twenty-fifth Commencement. President's reception. 

Sept. Dr. Marcy publishes report on museum, containing list of donations 
and donors since 1874. 

Oct. Prof. Philip Greiner assumes directorship of gymnasium. 

Nov. 2. Senior class appoints committee to mature plans for College an- 
nual; C. S. Raddin elected editor-in-chief, W. H. Crawford, business manager. 

Dec. 1. Through efforts of Miss Bancroft, Dean of Women, Western Asso- 
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae is formed in Chicago. 7 — Senior lecture course 
opens. 18 — Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Mann prizes. 

1884. 

Jan. 26. First meeting of Western Association of Collegiate Alumnae. 
31 — Day of prayer for colleges observed. 

March 24. Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 

April 8. Adelphic contest for Dunoon prizes.— All classes appear in dis- 
tinctive hats. Seniors, black silk tiles; juniors, white; sophomores, brown; 
freshmen, pearl. 

May 3, Baseball: Northwestern, 19; Racine, 13. Pandora, first col- 
lege annual, appears, published by senior class. 17 — Baseball: North- 
western, 24; Beloit, 8. 19 — Northwestern, 6; Wisconsin, 14. 30 — Ossoli 
contest. 

June. Catalogue issued. Total registration in College, 155. 13 — Kirk 
contest. 15 — Baccalaureate sermon by President Cummings. Sermon be- 
fore Students' Christian Association by Rev. Thomas E. Green of Chicago. 
16 — Class day. 17 — Field day. 18 — Exercises of Alumni Association; his- 
tory by Elizabeth Hunt, '77; oration by Hon. George L. Yaple, '71 ; banquet. 
19 — Twenty-sixth Commencement. Speakers : Crawford, Miss Hill, Currier, 
Miss Adams, Raddin, Miss Simpson, Patterson, Miss Maltbie, Atchison, Miss 
Crandon, Bell, Miss Redfield. President's reception. 

Sept. Scholarship offered to best prepared freshman from a Cook County 
high school. Prof. Long takes chair of Chemistry. New sidewalks on the 
campus; driveways graded and graveled. Alumni place portrait of Prof. 
Henry S. Noyes in the chapel. 

Oct. Annual report of museum appears. 6 — Meeting of students to 
organize a Blaine and Logan club. 14 — Meeting of students to organize a St. 
John and Daniel club in support of Prohibition party. 18 — Meeting of Blaine 
and Logan club in Jennings Hall. Speakers: H. S. Boiitell, '74; C. E. Piper, 
'72; A. J. Scott, '74. — Representatives from fraternities and sororities prepare 
constitution organizing ''Pandora Association." The annual to be in hands 
of a literary and a business committee, whose chairmen shall be editor-in-chief 
and business manager respectively ; profits to form a fund ; losses to fall on the 
chapters. 27 — Young Woman's Missionary Society organized. — Chapel choir 
organized. 

Dec. 23. Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Norton prizes. 




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1886. 

Jan. 19. Mark Twain and George Cable give an entertainment under the 
auspices of the senior class. 29 — Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 13. Adelphic contest for Dunoon prizes. 26 — Gymnasium exhibi- 
tion. 

April. Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. Syllabus, a new Col- 
lege annual, appears, published by fraternities and sororities; contains list 
of alumni of College of Liberal Arts and Northwestern Female College with 
residences and occupations. 

May 2. Baseball: Northwestern, 9; Racine, 10. — Sophomores appear in 
Oxford caps ; freshmen in like with red tassels. 9 — Baseball : Northwestern, 
13; Racine, 19. 29 — Ossoli contest for Farwell prize. 30 — Baseball: North- 
western, 11 ; Beloit, 10. 

June 4. Freshmen plan to cremate "Trig" on the campus; class president 
and the orator captured by sophomores. 12 — Kirk contest. 14 — Bacca- 
laureate sermon by President Cummings. Sermon before Students' Christian 
Association by Rev. Bishop Fowler. 15 — Class day exercises in Methodist 
church. Huxford presents class in a Latin speech ; Slichter responds in Latin ; 
oration, FuUerton; history, Miss Sawyer; poem, Light; prophecy. Miss Sharp. 
16 — Resignation of Dean Jane M. Bancroft. Field day exercises. 17 — 
Meeting of Alumni Association; oration by F. E. Knappen, '77; essay, Helen 
L. Miller, '80. Banquet. 18 — Twenty-seventh Commencement. Twenty- 
two graduates. — Catalogue for 1884-1885 issued. Total registration in College, 
147. 

Aug. Life-saving crew rescue ten persons from schooner Jamaica, strand- 
ed off Glencoe. 

Sept. Prof. A. V. E. Young takes chair of Chemistry. Instruction in the 
use of the microscope is given by M. D. Ewell. 

Oct. Freshmen and sophomores appear in mortar-boards. Football is 
played on the campus. 

Dec. 18. Norton declamation contest. — Miss Bancroft, Dean of Women 
and Professor of French, retires. 

1886. 

Jan. Miss Rena A. Michaels, becomes Dean of Women and Professor of 
French. 18 — College team defeats Chicago Y. M. C. A. in tug-of-war. 19 — 
Adelphic contest for Dunoon prizes. 22 — University day inaugurated. Presi- 
dent, faculty, and students meet departments of Law and Medicine at station, 
and all proceed to the church. Address of welcome by President Cummings ; 
responses by representatives from the various departments. Banquet at Ave- 
nue House and reception by ladies of Woman's College. 28 — Day of prayer 
for colleges. 

March 11. Gymnasium exhibition. 12 — Joint session of three literary 
societies. 

April 9. Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. — Seniors adopt black 
"plug" hats, juniors white. 30 — Report of museum by Dr. Marcy is issued. 

May 7. Hinman essay contest for Kedzie prizes. 8 — Baseball : Racine, 
4; Northwestern, 0. — Syllabus, issued by fraternities and sororities. Cata- 



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logue issued. Fifteen hours a week required from all classes. 17 — Baseball: 
Wisconsin, 9; Northwestern, 3. 18 — Northwestern defeats Beloit. 22 — 
Northwestern, 7; Wisconsin, 4. 28 — Ossoli essay contest for Farwell prize. 

June 6. Baseball: Northwestern, 11; BeloiL 10. Through efforts of Dr. 
Bonbright the library becomes one of the repositories for government publi- 
cations. 12 — Baseball: Racine, 9 ; Northwestern, 10. — Cremation of 'Trig;" 
oration, Weeden; poem, Herben. 18 — Kirk contest. 20 — Baccalaureate 
sermon by President Cummings. Sermon before Students' Christian Associ- 
ation by Rev. John Alabaster. 21 — Class day in Methodist church. Class 
presented by Schell; response by class president; oration, Place; history, 
Miss Peterson; prophecy. Miss Van Benscffoten. 22 — Field day. 23 — Lay- 
ing of comer-stone of Science Hall. Address by Bishop Merrill. Dedicatory 
hymn written by Professor C. W. Pearson. Alumni Association exercises: 
song by Mrs. Tilden of Detroit and readings by Professor Cumnock. 24 — 
Twenty-eighth Commencement. Thirteen graduates. Speakers : Schell, Miss 
Peterson, Fleming, Miss King, Hill, Kindig, Miss Bumann, Miss Peart, Ed- 
mondson. Miss Van Benschoten. President's reception. 

Sept. F. J. Parsons becomes Professor of Physics in place of Professor 
Carhart, who resigns to accept professorship at University of Michigan. Rev. 
Dr. R. D. Sheppard takes'charge]of the work in History and Political Economy. 

Oct. 30. Foot-ball : Harvard preparatory eleven defeats Northwestern. 

Nov. College Athletic Association organized. 

Dec. 17. Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Norton prize. 

1887. 

Jan. Catalogue for 1886-1887 issued. Announcement that after 1890 
Master's degree will be conferred only upon examination. 12 — College wins 
medal in tug-of-war at inauguration of Casino Gymnasium, Chicago. 20 — 
Illinois Alpha chapter of Phi Delta Theta re-established. 21 — Northwestern 
published by E. L. Shuman, '87, and R. O. Vandercook, '88, who constitute 
the "Northwestern University Press Co." with printing office in the gym- 
nasium. 27 — Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 17. Lecture course opens under auspices of senior class. 22 — Sec- 
ond celebration of University day. Students from city departments arrive on 
special train and are met by a reception committee of fifty. Procession to 
Woman's College, where a reception is given. Inspection of new buildings on 
campus. Banquet in Methodist church parlors. T. R. Greene, '87, toast- 
master. Dedication of Hall of Science. Address by Hon. Richard Edwards, 
LL. D., State Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

March 3. The seventieth anniversary of Dr. Cummings' birth; he is pre- 
sented with two etchings and an easy chair by the students at chapel, and in 
evening trustees, faculty, and friends call upon him and give him $1,500 to be 
used in taking a vacation. 1 1 — Annual gymnasium exhibition : twelve events. 
Team wins state championship in tug-of-war with Co. C, 111. National Guards. 
— Adelphic contest for Dunoon prizes. 

April 8. First annual banquet of Northwestern University alumni of Chi- 
cago and vicinity. Junior-sophomore debate contest. 15 — Inter-class base- 



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ball tournament begins. 22 — First regular cane-rush between sophomore and 
freshman classes. 30 — Baseball: Racine, 11 ; Northwestern, 8. 

May 6. Hinman contest. 7 — Baseball: Lake Forest, 13; Northwestern, 
8. 10 — Dedication of Memorial Hall of Garrett Biblical Institute. 14 — 
Baseball: Northwestern, 5; Beloit, 4. 16 — Wisconsin, 9; Northwestern, 8. 
20 — Wisconsin, 10; Northwestern, 8. 30 — Northwestern, 6; Beloit, 4. Junior 
class gives an "exhibition" program. 

June 3. Ossoli essay contest for Farwell prize. 4 — Baseball: Racine, 
8; Northwestern, 1. 11 — Northwestern, 4; Lake Forest, 3. — Syllabus 
issued by fraternities and sororities. 17 — Kirk oratorical contest. 19 — Bac- 
calaureate sermon by President Cummings. Sermon before Christian Associ- 
ation by Rev. John Williamson. 20 — Class day exercises. Oration, Mc- 
Lennan ; history. Miss Coone ; pdtem, Greenman ; prophecy. Miss Crandon ; pre- 
sentation of gifts, Zueblin. 21 — Field day. Inter-class tennis tournament. 
22 — Alumni Association meeting and banquet. 23 — Twenty-ninth Com- 
mencement. Thirty-four graduates. Speakers: Brand, Miss Wales, Miss 
Harvey, Campbell, Miss Coone, Springer, Miss Hill, Shuman, McLennan, Atch- 
ison, Davis, Miss David, Wright, Miss Ambrose. President's reception. 

During summer tug-of-war team defeats Co. C, 111. National Guards, win- 
ning silver cup. 

July 20. Directors of Dearborn Observatory, on invitation of the trustees, 
visit Evanston to consider location of the observatory. 

Aug. Midsummer number of Northwestern issued. 

Sept. 14. C. S. Cook, of Princeton University, becomes Professor of Phy- 
sics, vice F. J. Parsons, resigned. Dr. G. W. Hough becomes Professor of 
Astronomy and Director of Dearborn Observatory. 

Oct. Dearborn telescope given to the University on condition that an 
observatory be erected and a chair established, to be filled by action of Chicago 
Astronomical Society. J. B. Hobbs of Chicago gives $25,000 for erection of 
building. Students celebrate with procession, transparencies, etc. 

Nov. Seniors appear in black silk hats. 18 — Proposition from Ann Arbor 
football eleven to play a Thanksgiving game rejected. 28 — Senior lecture 
course opens. 

Dec. 16. Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Norton prizes. 

1888. 

Jan. Catalogue issued. 13 — The Northwestern becomes a weekly publi- 
cation, still printed by Northwestern University Press Co. in gymnasium. 
First of a series of tug-of-war contests. — Tug-of-war team defeats Pullman 
team at Casino Gymnasium, Chicago. — -Twentieth Century Club established. 
Alumni and members of senior and junior classes eligible; instructors, honorary 
members. Object: Promotion of original research and knowledge of trend 
of modern thought. President, E. L. Shuman, '87. 26 — Day of prayer for 
colleges. 27 — Joint open session of Adelphic and Ossoli societies. — Tug-of- 
war team defeats Casino Gymnasium team. 

Feb. Tug-of-war team defeats Chicago Amateur Athletic Club, and Co. 
D, Illinois National Guards. 22 — Third University day. Special train brings 



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about 300 students of city departments to Evanston. Reception at Woman's 
College. Visit to buildings. Gymnasium exhibition. Tug-of-war between 
College and Medical School teams, the former winning. Dinner served to 
visitors at restaurants and hotels. In the evening President Cummings ad- 
dresses the students in the Methodist church. Speeches follow from repre- 
sentatives of various departments. G. H. Horswell, '79, toastmaster. 

March. Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic Club in Chicago. Meet- 
ing of University band with intention to make it a permanent organization. 

April. Glee Club formed. 6 — Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 
20 — Adelphic oratorical contest. Tug-of-war team wins five gold medals in 
competition with three teams at Casino. 28 — Baseball: Northwestern, 15; 
Lake Forest, 13. 

May 5. Baseball: Racine, 11; Northwestern, 8. 11 — Wisconsin, 6; 
Northwestern, 0. 18 — Hinman essay contest for Adams prizes. 19 — Base- 
ball: Northwestern, 3 ; Beloit, 2. 21 — Wisconsin, 7 ; Northwestern, 5. 25 — 
Debate between Republican and Prohibition clubs of University. 26 — Base- 
ball: Beloit, 7; Northwestern, 6. Syllabus, published by fraternities and 
sororities, is issued. 

June 1. Ossoli contest for Sheppard prizes. 2 — Baseball: Racine, 10; 
Northwestern, 5. 9 — Lake Forest, 10; Northwestern, 9. 14 — "Trig" cre- 
mated by freshman class on the campus. Funeral oration by J. H. Haggerty. 
15 — Kirk contest. 17 — Baccalaureate sermon by President Cummings. 
Sermon before University Christian Association by Rev. John L. Withrow. 
18 — Class day in Methodist church. Presentation of class by C. H. Booth; 
history. Page; poem. Miss Thatcher; oration. Little; prophecy. Miss Allen; 
gifts, Bradford. 19 — Field day. Nine events. Music by University band. 
20 — Address before Alumni Association by Rev. Robert Bentley, D. D., 
'62. Reunion and collation. Concert by University Glee Club and Orches- 
tra. 21 — Thirtieth Commencement. Thirty-nine graduates. Speakers: 
Miss Ailing, Miss Allen, Booth, Bradford, Cartwright, Hunt, Linebarger, 
Little, Middlekauff, Pattison, Miss Pearsons, Thoms, Calkins, Edwards, Que- 
reau, Thwing, Tuttle, Page. Laying of corner-stone of Dearborn Observatory. 
President's reception. 

July 20. Midsummer issue of Northwestern. 

Sept. Dr. H. F. Fisk becomes Professor of Pedagogics, E. H. Moore 
appears as Assistant Professor of Mathematics, and C. B. Atwell as Instruc- 
tor in Natural History. 

Oct. Seniors appear in silk hats. 26 — -Sophomore-freshman cane-rush. 
Pole five feet long and one inch in diameter held by freshmen. Sophomores 
given thirty minutes in which to break it; they fail. 

Nov. 29. Football: Northwestern, 16; West Division High School, 6. 

Dec. Junior-sophomore declamation contest for Norton prizes. 8 — 
Football: Northwestern, 12; Lake Forest, 6. 

1889. 
Jan. Catalogue published by University Press Co. Total registration in 
College, 286. Commencement speakers to be ten having highest rank in 
writing and speaking, and average of 85 in scholarship. Kirk prize to be con- 



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ferred upon best of these. 24 — Senior lecture course opens. 31 — Day of 
prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 4. Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic Club at Casino Gym- 
nasium, Chicago. 22 — Fourth University day: reception to city depart- 
ments at Woman's College; inspection of buildings; gymnasium exhibition 
and tug-of-war between Law and Medical departments; visiting students 
given dinner at Avenue House and restaurants. Formal program at the 
Methodist church; Professor Young, toastmaster. Address by Dr. Marcy; 
music by Northwestern University quartet; toasts by representatives from 
various departments. Dormitory for men erected at corner of Chicago Avenue 
and Cook Street. 

March 4. Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic Club and wins five 
gold-headed silk umbrellas. Scholarship established by Chicago Herald. 
18 — Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic Club. 

April 5. Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 8 — Tug-of-war team 
defeats Union Athletic Club and wins Meriden cup and five gold watch charms. 
12 — Adelphic-Ossoli joint session. Syllabus appears, published by fra- 
ternities and sororities. Juniors appear in white "plug" hats. 

May 2. Adelphic contest for National Library Association prizes. 11 — 
Baseball: Northwestern, 13; Lake Forest, 8. 11 — Northwestern, 12; Wis- 
consin, 2. 17 — Northwestern, 15; Beloit, 10. Hinman essay contest for 
Adams prizes. 25 — Baseball: Northwestern, 18; Beloit,. 1. 27 — Wiscon- 
sin, 9; Northwestern, 5. 

June 10. Baseball: Northwestern, 14; Lake Forest, 8. 12 — Hinman de- 
bate contest for Raymond prizes. 13 — Freshmen cremate "Trig" in front of 
Woman's College. 15 — Baseball: Northwestern, 12; Wisconsin, 11. North- 
western wins league championship and pennant. 16 — Baccalaureate sermon 
by President Cummings. Sermon before University Christian Association by 
Rev. P. S. Henson, D. D. 17 — Class day exercises in church. Class pre- 
sented by P. R. Shumway, president; response by Charles S. Graves in a Latin 
speech; oration, Leonard; history, Herben; poem. Miss Foster; prophecy. 
Miss Edwards. 18 — Gov. Evans gives $75,000 to University. 19 — Ivy 
planted by senior class. Field day; seventeen events. Dedication of Dear- 
bom Observatory. Afternoon meeting at the Observatory, Hon. J. Y. 
Scammon, LL. D., presiding. Addresses by Professor Hough, Hon. Ezra 
B. McCagg and J. H. Raymond, '71. Evening meeting at church, Hon. J. B. 
Hobbs presiding. Address by President Daniel C. Oilman, LL. D., of Johns 
Hopkins University. 20 — Thirty-first Commencement. Thirty-four grad- 
uates. Ten speakers contesting for Kirk prize: Leonard, Beers, Weir, 
Weeden, Dixon, Shumway, Elmore, Miss Hubbell, Herben, Graves. Alumni 
banquet. President's reception. 

Aug. 1. Midsummer Northwestern issued. 

Sept. 5. Illinois Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, honorary society, 
established. 

Oct. Seniors appear in black silk hats. Second program of the Twentieth 
Century Club issued; S. J. Herben, president. 11— Sophomore-freshman 
cane-rush. Cane four feet long of seasoned ash, one inch in diameter. Time, 
17 minutes. 22 — Life-saving crew rescue twenty-nine persons from two ves- 



32 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

sels and a tug, aground off Wilmette, making a total of over two hundred lives 
saved by the crew since 1878. 

Nov. Sophomores appear in mortar-boards. 28 — Life-saving crew res- 
cue eighteen men from steamer Calumet, wrecked off Highland Park. [See 
Oct. 21, 1890.] 

Dec. Clock in hallway of University Hall connected with Observatory. 
7 — Football: Northwestern, 24; Wanderers' Athletic Club, 0. 14 — Decla- 
mation contest for Congdon prizes. — Catalogue issued. Registration in Col- 
lege, 253. 

1890. • 

Jan. 21. Students' Christian Association adopts report of committee ad- 
vising that the association be divided into a Y. M. C. A. and a Y. W. C. A. 
30 — Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. Chapel benches are replaced by opera chairs. F. E. Tyler, '79, 
gives money for a piano for chapel. 21 — University day. About 250 stu- 
dents from city departments come to Evanston. Visit buildings. Gym- 
nasium exhibition. Tug-of-war between Dental and Medical School repre- 
sentatives. Evening meeting at church. Prof. C. W. Pearson, toastmaster. 
Address of welcome. Dr. H. F. Fisk. Addresses by representatives of various 
departments. Informal reception. 

March 10. Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic Club. 24 — Tug-of- 
war team wins permanent possession of Meriden cup by defeating the ''Ac- 
tives." 

April 4. Junior-sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 7 — University 
women organize Y. W. C. A. Martha C. Smith, '91, president. 15 — Students' 
Christian Association having dissolved, the Y. M. C. A. is established. Frank 
Alabaster, '90, president. 21 — Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic 
Club and wins the Hub cup and championship of northwest. 

May 7. Death of President Cummings. Born 181 7 ; graduated from Wes- 
leyan University (Conn.), 1840; president of Genesee College (N. Y.), three 
years; of Wesleyan University, sixteen years; of Northwestern University, 
nine years. College exercises suspended until the 12th. Dr. Marcy becomes 
Acting President once more. 17 — Baseball: Lake Forest, 10; Northwestern, 
8. Syllabus issued by fraternities and sororities. 23 — Hinman contest 
for Adams prizes. 24 — Baseball: Wisconsin, 6; Northwestern, 5. 26 — 
Northwestern, 11; Beloit, 4. 29 — Adelphic contest for prizes offered by Mrs. 
R.M.Hatfield. 31— Baseball: Northwestern, 19 ; Beloit, 4. 

June. Missionary Board of Control established for purpose of keeping a 
student representative in foreign field. 6 — Delegates from Michigan Uni- 
versity, Oberlin College, University of Wisconsin and Northwestern University 
meet at Ann Arbor and organize the Northern Oratorical League. North- 
western's representatives, Grier and Burch; former made chairman of con- 
vention. Northwestern' s delegates furnish the title of the league. 7 — Base- 
ball: Northwestern, 17; Wisconsin, 9. 11 — Freshmen send "Trig" up in a 
balloon. 14 — Hinman debate for Raymond prizes. 15 — Baccalaureate ser- 
mon by Dr. Milton S. Terry. Sermon before University Christian Associa- 
tions by Rev. Simon J. McPherson. 16 — Class day exercises in church. 



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Presentation of class, Springer; history, J. J. Shuman; poem. Miss Clark; ora- 
tion, Grier; prophecy. Miss Swan; gifts, Parkes; pipe oration, Martin. 17 — 
Ivy exercises. Field day; seven events. Services in memory of President 
Cummings. Addresses by Dr. J. M. King of New York and Rev. Robert I. 
Fleming, '86. 18 — Alumni day. 19 — Thirty-second Commencement. 
Speakers, contesting for Kirk prize : Miss Fisk, Craig, Burch, Miss Tucker, 
Grier, Groves, Demorest, Miss Clarke, Denny, Miss Bock. Fence along the 
campus on the south side is removed and cement walk laid. Driveway up 
to University Hall widened and cement walk laid. 

Sept. 1. Dr. Henry Wade Rogers elected President of the University. 
Third program of Twentieth Century Club appears. J. T. Hatfield appears as 
Professor of German, J. R. Taylor Instructor in Greek and Latin. 29 — Fresh- 
men appear with canes; an impromptu "rush" is precipitated by sophomores. 

Oct. 14. Old Northwestern Association, composed of members of the three 
literary societies, is dissolved. A new association is formed, consisting of 
paid-up subscribers. 17 — The Northwestern World appears, published weekly 
by non-fraternity students. Sidney P. Johnston, '91, editor-in-chief. Sen- 
iors appear in ''plug" hats. 20 — Football association formed. 21 — Secre- 
tary of U. S. Treasury grants gold medals to Captain L. O. Lawson, George E. 
Crosby, W. M. Ewing, J. Loining, E. B. Fowler, William Wilson and F. M. 
Kindig of the life-saving crew for rescue of the crew of the Calumet last 
Thanksgiving day. 22 — Northwestern University Association of the North- 
ern Oratorical League organized. 

Nov. 15. The "Massasoits," an anti-fraternity organization, appears. 
.D. B. Fayervveather of New York dies and is only then known to be the donor 
of Science Hall. Freshmen appear in three-cornered mortar-boards. 19 — 
Student Volunteer Band organized for preparation of missionaries. 
20 — Football at Milwaukee: Northwestern, 22; Wisconsin, 10. 22 — North- 
western, 22; Beloit, 6. 

Dec. 3. College Orchestra organized. 19 — Junior-sophomore contest for 
Congdon prizes. 

1891. 

Jan. 20. Reception to Dr. and Mrs. Rogers by fraternities and sororities 
at Evanston Club House. — Owl Club, literary society composed of underclass- 
men, appears. 29 — Day of prayer observed. 

Feb. 19. Inauguration of President Rogers takes the place of University 
day exercises. Procession of students of all departments. Formal program 
at Methodist church. Prayer by Bishop Merrill. Speech of investiture by 
Orrington Lunt, acting president of trustees. Dr. N. S. Davis, address 
of welcome on behalf of faculties. Wm, E. Clarke, Jr., of College of Law, 
speaks on behalf of students. James H. Raymond represents the Alum- 
ni Association. Inaugural address by President Rogers. Supper served in 
church parlors after exercises. Frank H. Scott, '76, toastmaster. Toasts by 
representatives of various departments. Banquet to President Rogers by 
Alumni Association at Grand Pacific Hotel. Judge Horton, toastmaster. 
Toasts by President Fiske of Albion College, President Eaton of Beloit College, 
Dr. Quine of Chicago Medical College, and Judge Collins, '72, of Chicago. 



34 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

March 6. Tug-of-war team defeats Union Athletic Club and Co. C, Illinois 
National Guards, winning permanent possession of Hub cup and champion- 
ship of northwest. 14 — Tug-of-war team is defeated by Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology at Boston. Freshman class pjiblishes "Songs of '94" as 
result of prize song contest. 

April. Catalogue issued. Registration in College, 310. 10 — Junior- 
sophomore debate for Gage prizes. 14 — Twentieth Century Club disbands. 

May 1. First annual meeting and contest of Northern Oratorical League, 
held at Ann Arbor. John P. Adams, '91, orator; Ray C. Harker, '91, alter- 
nate; Robert K. Nisbet, '91, delegate to busir^ss meeting. Second place won. 
6 — Memorial service for J. H. Haggerty,'91, in College chapel. 11 — Baseball: 
Northwestem,'9; Wisconsin, 5. 13 — Northwestern, 17; Lake Forest, 10. 15 — 
Hinman essay contest. 23 — Baseball: Northwestern, 11; Lake Forest, 3. 
Syllabus issued by fraternities and sororities. Arrow issued by Massasoits 
and non-fraternity students. 

June 1. Baseball: Northwestern, 5; Wisconsin, 3. 8 — Northwestern, 7; 
Beloit, 2. Championship of Western College League is won. 20 — Hinman 
debate for Raymond prizes. Women admitted to Phi Beta Kappa mem- 
bership. 21 — Baccalaureate address by President Rogers. Sermon before 
Christian Associations of College and Academy by Rev. Frank M. Bristol, '77. 
22 — Class day exercises in Church. Seniors inaugurate custom of wear- 
ing cap and gown. 23 — Field day. Finals in tournament of Northwestern 
Tennis Club, and first annual shoot of Northwestern Gun Club. Phi Beta 
Kappa oration, by L. H. Boutell. 24 — Ivy exercises by senior class. Alumni 
reception to faculty, trustees and graduating class at Evanston Club. 
Meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa society. 25 — Thirty-third Commencement 
held in Methodist church. Thirty-nine graduates. Speakers, contesting for 
Kirk prize: Tisdel, Adams, Scott, Zimmerman, Miss Robinson, Haskins, 
Shuman, Miss Smith, Phelps, Walrath, Harker, Power. President's reception. 
— Miss Michaels resigns as Dean of Woman's College and Professor of French. 

Sept. Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller becomes Dean of Women. Miss 
Emily Wheeler becomes Professor of Romance Languages. Dr. G. A. Coe ap- 
pears as Professor of Philosophy. W. E. Smyser appears as Instructor in Eng- 
lish ; P. S. Stallhofen and G. W. Smith as Instructors in German ; J. A. Scott, 
Instructor in Greek; M. Vayhinger, in Mathematics; Milton S.Terry, Lecturer 
on English Bible. 20 — Reception to entering class by the Christian Associa- 
tions. — Advisory board, called University Senate, organized, to consist of the 
President, four faculty members, three students each , from senior, junior 
and sophomore classes, and two from freshman class. — Athletic grounds 
moved to north campus near observatory. George W. Muir starts subscrip- 
tion scheme for a grand-stand. — Requirement of "major work" in at least one 
department is introduced and subjects of instruction arranged in annual 
courses. — Football League organized, composed of Beloit College, and North- 
western, Lake Forest and Wisconsin Universities. 

Oct. 2, College work suspended on account of unveiling of statue of Gen- 
eral Grant in Chicago. 7 — Joint meeting of sophomore and freshman classes; 
committee appointed to draw up a resolution abolishing the annual cane-rush. 




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— Sophomore women organize "The Larks," a literary society. 18 — Joint 
program of Hinman and Ossoli societies. 19 — Football: Northwestern, 0; 
Lake Forest, 0. — A number of students visit one of the foreign quarters of 
Chicago, with the establishment of a Northwestern mission in view. 

Nov. Science Club organized ; active members, science teachers of faculty ; 
associate members, students pursuing advanced work in science. 2 — Foot- 
ball: Northwestern, 10; Wisconsin, 0. — Massasoits having been dissolved, 
the non-fraternity students organize the ''Independents," open to any non- 
fraternity student. Object: to publish an annual and the Northwestern 
World. 13 — Reception in honor of President and Mrs. Rogers, and to the 
faculties and trustees, and prominent citizens of Chicago, given by the stu-" 
dents of the University at Grand Pacific Hotel. 14 — Football: North- 
western, 12; Beloit, 12. Glee and Banjo Clubs organized. 

Dec. Northwestern University Settlement is organized this month; resi- 
dent secretary, Charles Zueblin, '87. 3 — Tug-of-war team wins six gold 
medals at Humboldt park. 5 — Joint session of Hinman and Ossoli societies. 
New method of classifying students, by number of hours of credit rather than 
by number of years of attendance, adopted. Broader elective system estab- 
lished. 18 — Congdon declamation contest. — Der Deutsche Literatur Verein 
organized. 

1892. 

Jan. Tower clock connected with Observatory standard clock. Tau 
Kappa Phi, a local fraternity, organized. 15 — Hinman-Ossoli joint session. 
— Social Science Club organized. 23 — Freshman class song contest. — Day of 
prayer. 

Feb. 6. French Club organized. 13 — University Settlement established 
at 143 W. Division St., Chicago. 18 — First annual concert of Northwestern 
Glee Club. 22 — University day. Visit to buildings by students from city 
departments. Exercises at Methodist church, F. H. Scott, '76, presiding. 
Music by Glee Club. Address of welcome by Professor Coe. Speeches from 
representatives of various departments. Supper served to guests. Evening 
reception at church. — Union League Club in Chicago gives patriotic program, 
speakers being representatives of six universities. J. L. Alabaster represents 
Northwestern. — University of Illinois admitted to baseball league. 

March 4. Athletic contest at Idlewild Hall. Series of tug-of-war puUs for 
Hub cup results in a tie between the Scottish Athletic Club and Northwestern. 
15 — Faculty adopts new examination scheme, recitations to continue up to 
last Monday of term. — Joint athletic association formed providing for one 
committee to control all branches of athletics. 18 — Final tug-of-war for Hub 
cup in gymnasium. Team wins from Scottish Athletic Club the permanent 
possession of the cup and championship of northwest. 19 — Preliminary con- 
test for place on final contest of Northern Oratorical League and for Nisbet 
prize. Contestants those six seniors whose orations have been pronounced 
by a committee to be best in thought and composition. 

April. "Songs of '95" issued by freshman class. 16 — Delegates from 
Northwestern University, and the Universities of Michigan, Wisconsin and 



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Minnesota, meet in Chicago and organize Intercollegiate Athletic Association 
of Northwest. — Training table established to prepare for field day at Cham- 
paign. 

May 1. Settlement moves its headquarters to 26 Rice St., Chicago. 6 — 
Contest of Northern Oratorical League at Evanston. Northwestern's orator, 
A. S. Mason, wins first place. Baseball: Northwestern, 8; Illinois, 13. 7 — 
Field day. 13 — Intercollegiate athletic meet at Champaign, Northwestern 
wins first place in four events, second place in two, and third place in one. — 
Catalogue issued. Registration in College, 396. Students listed alphabetic- 
ally. 20 — A "National Republican Convention" in Methodist church under 
auspices of Hinman society. 21 — BaseBall: Northwestern, 1; Illinois, 5. 
24 — College Prohibition Club organized. 25 — Republican Club organized. 
Syllabus issued by fraternities and sororities. Annual report of depart- 
ment of Natural History, by Dr. Marcy, is issued. 26 — Baseball: North- 
western, 7; Wisconsin, 8. 

June. University Woman's Club organized in College of Liberal Arts, re- 
placing Ossoli and the Larks. 3 — Last issue of Northwestern World. 4 — 
Baseball: Northwestern, 6; Beloit, 2, In afternoon: Northwestern, 4; Be- 
loit, 5. 6 — Northwestern, 0. Wisconsin, 7. 11 — Hinman debate for Ray- 
mond prizes. 12 — Baccalaureate address by Bishop Merrill in evening. 
Graduating class of Law department attend also. 13 — Kirk contest. 14 — 
Class day exercises on campus. Senior class sails away to Jackson park and 
the three underclasses present a burlesque on the "Landing of Columbus." 
Excitement over reported wreck of "Juliet" with students on board; false re- 
port. Name of Woman's College changed to Woman's Hall. Annual ad- 
dress before Phi Beta Kappa society by Rev. Dr. James G. Johnson. 15 — 
Alumni Association meeting and reception. President's reception. 16 — 
Thirty-fourth Commencement. College of Liberal Arts and Law School 
exercises held in evening at Auditorium, Chicago. Address by Bishop John 
P. Newman, LL. D. Fifty-four graduates of College of Liberal Arts. 

July 5. University summer school opens. 

Sept. H. S. White becomes Professor of Mathematics; Henry Crew of 
Physics ; J. Scott Clark, of the English Language ; John H. Gray, of Political and 
Social Science; H. C. Stanclift, of European History; P. C. Lutkin, of Music. 
University Guild formed by Evanston women under leadership of Mrs. Henry 
Wade Rogers. Grand-stand completed on athletic field ; partially paid for by 
student subscription. 16 — Joint reception of Christian Associations to new 
students at Methodist church. Adelphic Literary Society revived ; Owl club 
merges into it. 

Oct. 5. College Democrats organize. Publication of Syllabus given into 
hands of junior class. 12 — Football: Northwestern, 16; Illinois, 16. 15 — 
Hinman Adelphic debate. Dedication of grand-stand. Addresses by Presi- 
dent Rogers and Dr. Sheppard. Football: Northwestern, 36; Beloit, 0. 
Committee appointed to reduce University colors to one. 22 — Football: 
Northwestern, 0. Chicago, 0. 23 — Farewell to Miss Josephine Stahl, first 
missionary representative of the University in foreign field. 28 — Purple is 
adopted as University color, 29 — Football: Northwestern, 10; Michigan, 8. 

Nov. 2. Northwestern, 6; Chicago, 0. 19 — Northwestern, 6; Wisconsin, 




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26, 20 — First of a series of University sermons : Rev, Dr, John H. Barrows. 
24 — Northwestern, 6; Wisconsin, 20. Season results in giving Northwestern 
championship of minor league and tie for second place in major league. 

Dec, 2, Banquet given football team by Fred I. Kirk. 4 — Second Uni- 
versity sermon by Bishop Newman. 5 — Seniors appear in silk hats. Fresh- 
men carry canes and are forbidden entrance to chapel, 9 — Hinman contest for 
Adams prize. Captain Noyes, trainer and coach of football team, is pre- 
sented with a purse made up by students and faculty. 10 — Banquet to foot- 
ball team by Alumni Association. 16 — Declamation contest for Congdon 
prizes. 

1893. 

Jan. 8. University sermon by Prof. David Swing. 26 — Day of prayer 
for colleges. 

Feb, 21, Glee and Banjo Club concert at Evanston. — A matriculation fee 
of $5 to be charged hereafter. 22 — University represented at Union League 
Club celebration of Washington's birthday by J. M, Ericsson, '94. 26 — Uni- 
versity sermon by Rev. Floyd Tompkins. 

March 3, Indoor Athletic Club organized. 17 — Gage debate contest. 
18 — Beta Pi chapter of Delta Tau Delta established. 19 — University ser- 
mon by Bishop Fallows, — Withdrawal from Western Baseball League. North- 
western University Record issued; official organ of University, to be pub- 
lished quarterly by a joint committee from faculties. Professor Gray, editor- 
in-chief. 31, — Preliminary contest of Northern Oratorical League. 

April 3. Funeral services in College chapel for Effie Clark, '96, 15^ 
First contest of Indoor Athletic Club at gymnasium. Baseball: North- 
western, 23; Lake Forest, 3, 23 — University sermon by Rev, Dr, O, P, Gif- 
ford. New suits for baseball team, gray cloth with black trimmings. 29 — 
Baseball: Northwestern, 4; Wisconsin, 7. Catalogue for 1892-93 issued. 
Total registration in College, 512, 

May 1. Recitations suspended on account of opening day of the World's 
Fair in Chicago, 5, — Northern Oratorical League contest at Oberlin, Elmer 
I. Goshen, representative orator, wins third place. University of Chicago 
admitted to League, 6 — Baseball: Northwestern, 5; Minnesota, 11. 10 — 
Northwestern, 8; Illinois, 15. 12 — Western Intercollegiate track meet at 
Champaign. Northwestern' s team of five wins second place. 13 — Baseball : 
Northwestern, 4; Michigan, 13 — .Northwestern, 7; Iowa, 3. 19 — Oratorical 
contest of Prohibition Club. H, L, Harvey wins first prize. 20 — Baseball : 
Northwestern, 4; Minnesota, 7, 22 — Northwestern, 10; Wisconsin, 10. 
24 — Syllabus issued, published by the junior class. 27 — Field day pre- 
liminary to intercollegiate contest. 29 — Baseball: Northwestern, 3; Michi- 
gan, 10. Ground south of dormitory set aside for tennis courts. 

June 3. Athletic meet of Intercollegiate Association in Chicago, Third 
place won, 7 — Baseball: Northwestern, 5; Wisconsin, 12. Hinman contest 
for Adams prize. 8 — Freshmen cremate 'Trig" on athletic field. Mock au- 
topsy held and struggle between monks and impg for possession of body of 
"Trig," Hinman debate for Raymond prizes. 11 — Baccalaureate address 
by President Rogers. 12 — Kirk oratorical contest. 13 — Class day at Meth- 



38 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

odist church in evening. Oration, Oates; poem, Miss Alabaster; history, 
Miss Hay; prophecy, Miss Singleton; presentation of gifts. Hills. 14 — Dr. A. 
R. Crook appointed Professor of Mineralogy. Address before Phi Beta Kappa 
society by Dr. William F. Poole of Newberry lijprary. Annual alumni recep- 
tion at Evanston Club. 15 — Thirty-fifth Commencement, at Auditorium in 
afternoon. Address by Hon. Theodore Roosevelt of Washington, D. C, on 
"The College Graduate and the State." Degree of LL. D. conferred on Mr. 
Roosevelt. President's reception. 19 — Summer school opens. 

Sept. Harry J. Furber, Jr., becomes Professor of Economics, and H. B. 
Loomis Assistant Professor of Physics. T. F. Holgate and B. S. Annis appear 
as Instructors in Mathematics; Henry Co^n in German; J. H. Huddleston in 
Greek, and A. H. Wilde in History. R. R. Tatnall appears as Fellow and As- 
sistant in Physics. 13 — Reception to students by Christian Associations. 
Annex to Woman's Hall completed. Psi chapter of Theta Nu Epsilon, sopho- 
more fraternity, appears. 29 — First monthly reception by President Rogers 
to students. 

Oct. 9. Recitations suspended on account of Chicago day at World's 
Columbian Exposition. 18 — Football: Northwestern, 6 ; Chicago, 12. 21 — 
Northwestern, 12; Illinois, 10. Score declared void on account of darkness. 
27 — Eighth celebration of University day. Students march by classes to 
station to meet 500 students from Chicago departments. Procession to 
church. President and faculty enter in cap and gown and take places on 
platform. Address of welcome by President Rogers. Other speakers: 
Deans of Medical School, Woman's Medical School and Dental School, 
representatives of faculties of Law and Pharmacy Departments, Garrett Bibli- 
cal Institute and College of Liberal Arts. Football: Northwestern, 12; 
Lake Forest, 12. Supper and reception at Woman's Hall. 28 — Student 
demonstration to celebrate completion of fence around athletic field, Dr. 
Sheppard donor. 30 — Football: Northwestern, 0; Minnesota, 16. 

Nov. 4. Northwestern, 10; Beloit, 6. 8 — Northwestern, 6; Chicago, 6. 
11 — Northwestern, 38 ; Lake Forest, 22. 17 — Athletic benefit given by sopho- 
more class; minstrel show and farce; music by Glee and Mandolin Clubs. 18 — 
Football: Northwestern, 6; Michigan, 72. 25— Die Deutsche Gesellschaft 
organized. 

Dec. 15. President's reception. 27 — Intercollegiate Athletic Association 
disbands. University yell adopted: 

Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! 

U-Northwestern ! 
Rah! Rah! Rah!! Rah!! RAH!!! 

1894. 

Jan. 14. University sermon by Rev. Dr. F. M. Bristol, '77. 19 — Congdon 
declamation contest. 25 — Day of prayer for colleges. 26 — President's re- 
ception. 30 — Coffee Club organized, by Department of English. 

Feb. 16. Exhibition by Indoor Athletic Club in gymnasium ; eleven events. 
22 — Annual concert by Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin Clubs. E. I. Goshen is 
Union League Club orator. Tau Kappa Phi local fraternity disbands. 25 — 
University sermon by Rev. Dr. L. A. Crandall. 



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March 2. Preliminary contest of Northern Oratorical League. 16 — Sec- 
ond exhibition by Indoor Athletic Club in gymnasium. 18 — Life-saving 
crew rescue four sailors from schooner Lincoln Dall, wrecked off Glencoe. 
University sermon by Rev. Dr. H. A. Cleveland. 30 — Gage debate contest. 

April 6. Northwestern-Michigan debate at Ann Arbor. Goshen, Hadley 
and Campbell win for Northwestern University. Hinman contest for Adams 
prize. 13 — Oratorical contest of Prohibition Club. 21 — Baseball: North- 
western, 1 ; Michigan, 7. 28 — Northwestern, 8 ; Lake Forest, 1. 

May 4. Junior play, "The Rajah," presented. Northern Oratorical 
League contest at Madison, Wis. Northwestern ranks third. 9 — Baseball: 
Northwestern, 3; Chicago, 2. 19 — Northwestern, 9; Wisconsin, 8. 23 — 
Northwestern, 6. Chicago, 4. 25 — Hinman debate for Raymond prizes. 
Intercollegiate track meet of Chicago, Lake Forest and Northwestern Univer- 
sities. Second place. 26 — Baseball: Northwestern, 8; Lake Forest, 5. 
Illinois Epsilon chapter of Pi Beta Phi established. 29 — Baseball: North- 
western, 11 ; Oberlin, 6. First annual Pan-Hellenic or "junior" promenade. 

June 2. Track meet of Western Intercollegiate Athletic Association. 
Seventh place. — Catalogue issued. Registration, 507. 6 — "Trig" crema- 
tion. 9 — Field day. Baseball: Northwestern, 4; Wisconsin, 1. 10 — Bac- 
calaureate address by President Rogers. 11 — Kirk contest. 12 — Class day. 
Play, "The Holy Grail," presented by three upper classes at Bailey's Opera 
House. Baseball: Northwestern, 6; Minnesota, 2. — Trustees decree that 
upon ceremonial occasions the students and faculties of degree-conferring 
departments shall appear in cap and gown. 13 — "Alumni Catalogue" issued. 
Compiled for the Alumni Association by Edwin L. Shuman, '87, historian. 
Address before Phi Beta Kappa society by Professor H. E. Von Hoist, Ph. D. 
Address before alumni by Thomas W. Handford. Alumni reception. Presi- 
dent's reception. 14 — Thirty-sixth Commencement, at Auditorium, Chicago. 
Address by Bishop Charles B. Galloway. — Baseball: Northwestern, 8; Chi- 
cago, 1. 16 — Northwestern, 8; Michigan, 9. 22 — Death of Professor Julius 
F. Kellogg, Professor of Civil Engineering, 1869-71, and of Mathematics since 
1871. During the summer library is removed to Orrington Lunt Library. 

Sept. Matriculants required to sign pledge not to participate in hazing or 
cane-rushing. Orrington Lunt Library building completed on site of old ball 
grounds. Philip Greiner resigns as Physical Director and Otto W. Miller takes 
his place. E. G. Conklin becomes Professor of Zoology, and William Caldwell 
Acting Professor of Moral and Social Philosophy. Mary L. Freeman appears as 
Instructor in French; E. A. Bechtel, in Latin; C. W. Foreman, in German. O. 
A. Basquin appears as Assistant in Physics. Third floor rooms in University 
Hall, formerly containing the library, become laboratories. Old chapel room is 
divided into three recitation rooms. Chapel is transferred to assembly hall in 
new library building. 14 — Reception to students by Christian Associations. 
26 — Dedication of Orrington Lunt Library. Evening exercises at First 
Methodist church open to public. Address by Justin Winsor, LL. D., Libra- 
rian of Harvard University. Afternoon exercises in assembly room of the 
Library. Presentation speech by Orrington Lunt ; speech of acceptance by 
President Rogers; ode for the occasion read by Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller; 
address by President Adams of University of Wisconsin. — First annual field 



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day of North Shore Athletic Association. Northwestern wins first place. 
Tug-of-war team defeats United States Regulars. 

Oct. 9. Meeting of Der Deutsche Literatur Verein. 13 — Football: 
Northwestern, 6 ; Lake Forest, 24. 20 — Northwestern, ; Beloit, 42. Tug- 
of-war team defeats Ft. Sheridan at Bailey's Operi! House. 22 — Mass meet- 
ing of students after chapel to discuss means of preventing fraud in examina- 
tions. Committee of twelve, three from each class, appointed to draw up 
plans. 24 — Psi Omega chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon established. 26 — 
University day. Recitations suspended; students march by classes, many 
in cap and gown, to meet city departments at station. Procession of all 
departments to church. Address of welcom* by Dr. Rogers. Addresses by 
faculty representatives of various departments. Supper and reception at 
Woman's Hall. Football: Northwestern, 12; Lake Forest, 8. 29 — Second 
mass meeting of students to discuss prevention of fraud in examinations. 
Committee of twelve continued. Resolution adopted signifying disapproval 
of "cribbing" as sentiment of students assembled. 

Nov. 3. Football: Northwestern, 0; Illinois, 66. 6 — Philosophical 
Club organized by members of faculty and students in advanced philosophical 
work. — Those who have represented the University on athletic field given 
privilege of wearing white "N" on purple sweater. 24 — Football: North- 
western, 0; Chicago, 36. 25 — University sermon by Rev. S. G. Smith of St. 
Paul. 

Dec. 3. Greek Club formed. 7 — Mass meeting of students adopts report 
of student committee recommending "honor system" for suppression of fraud 
in examinations. — Total number of lives saved by student life-saving crew 
since 1878, 264. [See Jan. 10, 1895, Northwestern, for list of wrecks with dates 
and number of lives saved.] 

1896. 

Jan. 13. University sermon by Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus. 15 — Joint debate 
with Law School won by College of Liberal Arts. — Historical Association 
organized. 20 — University sermon by President Tucker of Dartmouth Col- 
lege. 25 — Settlement benefit at Woman's Hall. 31 — Day of prayer for col- 
leges. 

Feb. 8. Reception to Christian Associations by Mrs. Henry Wade Rogers. 
— Faculty approve plan of establishing a student court to pass upon cases of 
fraud in examinations, 22 — Exercises in honor of Washington held in As- 
sembly Hall. — Annual concert of Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin Clubs. 

March 4. Mass meeting of students; constitution submitted by committee 
of twelve adopted; a council elected, consisting of four seniors, three juniors, 
two sophomores and one freshman, to consider cases of fraud in examinations. 
8 — Preliminary Northern Oratorical League contest. 29 — Gage debate con- 
test. 

April 14. University sermon by Rev. M. S. Hughes of Portland, Me. 
19 — Junior play, "Esmeralda," presented at Bailey's Opera House. Attend- 
ance at three-fifths of chapel services becomes compulsory, and daily record is 
kept. 20— Baseball: Northwestern, 13; Chicago, 23. 26— Second North- 
western-Michigan debate, Stevenson, Vice-President of United States, pre- 



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siding. E. P. Bennett and Harry Ward win debate for Northwestern. Re- 
ception to delegates, Vice-President Stevenson, judges, -President, faculties, 
trustees and prominent persons of Chicago and Evanston by Mayor W. A. 
Dyche. — Syllabus issued by junior class. 27 — Baseball: Northwestern, 
7; Illinois, 2. Grand celebration of debate and game by students in evening. 
29 — Northwestern, 6; Chicago, 11. 

May 3. Annual contest of Northern Oratorical League at Iowa City. E. 
P. Bennett, '96, wins sixth place. 4 — Baseball: Northwestern, 13; Beloit, 8. 
6 — Printed chapel service, prepared by Prof. J. T. Hatfield, '83, used for first 
time. 7 — Baseball: Northwestern, 9; Chicago, 8. 10 — Northwestern, 7; 
Iowa, 8. 1 1 — Northwestern, 9 ; Lake Forest, 4. Field day in Chicago. 14 — Base- 
ball: Northwestern, 10; Chicago, 21. 16 — Dedication of Annie May Swift 
Hall of Cumnock School of Oratory. Address by Bishop John H. Vincent. 
18 — Triangular track meet in Chicago between Northwestern, Chicago and 
Lake Forest Universities. Sixteen events. Second place tied with Lake 
Forest. 20 — Opening of spring tennis tournament. 25 — Baseball: North- 
western, 6; Illinois, 9. 27 — Northwestern, 8; Oberlin, 10. 30 — Northwest- 
ern ,3; Wisconsin, 4. 

June 1. Northwestern, 19; Lake Forest, 9. 2 — University sermon by 
Rev. Dr. J. F. Loba. 7— "Trig" cremation on athletic field. Play, 'Trigby," 
presented by men of freshman class. 8 — Hinman debate for Raymond prize. 
9 — Baccalaureate address by Rev. Dr. Milton S. Terry. Graduating class 
attired in cap and gown. 1 1 — Class day exercises at Bailey's Opera House. A 
district school representation given by senior class. Oration, Haven; poem, 
Miss Eckert; history, Miss Sargent; prophecy, McElwain; gifts, Mattison. 
Kirk contest. 12 — Address before Phi Beta Kappa society by Professor 
James T. Hatfield. President's reception. 13 — Alumni reception and lunch 
at Avenue House. Address before alumni by Hon. William McKinley, LL. D., 
governor of Ohio. Thirty-seventh Commencement at Auditorium, Chicago. 
Fifty-seven graduates. Address by Rev. Lyman Abbott, D. D. Custom of 
wearing cap and gown inaugurated by this class. 

Sept. New instructors: W. S. Nickerson in Zoology, L. R. Higgins in 
Greek. 13 — Joint reception to students by Christian Associations. 21 — 
Football: Northwestern, 6; Wisconsin, 12. 

Oct. 5. Northwestern, 34; Beloit, 6. 7 — Annual fall tennis tournament 
closes. 12 — Football: Northwestern, 44; Armour Institute, 0. 19 — North- 
western, 22 ; Chicago, 6. — Flag-pole erected on campus west of Heck Hall. 
26 — Illinois Y. M. C. A. athletic meet in Chicago. Northwestern team wins 
championship. 31 — University day. Special train of twelve cars brings over 
500 students of city departments; met by assembled students of College. 
Procession to First M. E. church. Speech of welcome by President Rogers. 
Address by Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus. Football : Northwestern, 24 ; Rush-Lake 
Forest, 0. Students of city departments engage in a cane-rush. Faculty 
banquet at Country Club. — Sophomore society. Omega Psi, established. 

Nov. 1. University Settlement moves to 252 W. Chicago Ave. Cross- 
country Club organized. 2 — Football: Northwestern, 24; Purdue, 6. 6 — 
First of series of College debates. 9 — Football: Northwestern, 18; Missouri, 
22. 16— Northwestern, 0; Chicago, 6. 21— Second College debate. 23— 



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Football : Northwestern, 4 ; Illinois, 36. 26 — Life-saving crew go to aid of 
three vessels wrecked off Lakeside and rescue thirty-six persons. Y. M. C. A. 
banquet at French House. 

Dec. 3. Third College debate. 13 — Congdon declamation contest. 

1896. 

Jan. Dr. W. A. Locy takes chair of Zoology. Penalty for deficiency in 
chapel attendance fixed ; one term-hour to be added to requirements for gradu- 
ation for every three credits lacking. 10 — Debate between College and Law 
School won by former. — Woman's Debating Club organized. 24 — Settlement 
benefit at Woman's Hall. 28 — Deru, s^ior fraternity, established. 30 — 
Day of prayer. 

Feb. 15. Track athletic exhibition by Indoor Athletic Club ; nine events. 
22 — A. E. Puckrin representative orator at Union League Club exercises. 
29 — Annual concert of Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin Clubs. 

March 3. Northwestern University Good Government Club organized to 
promote cause of civil service reform. 6 — Preliminary contest of Northern 
Oratorical League. 27 — Gage debate contest. 29 — University sermon by 
President Stratton of University of Pacific. 30 — Y. M. C. A. elects first Gen- 
eral Secretary, Clayton D. Lee. 

April 1. Republican Club organized. 3 — Oratorical contest of Prohibi- 
tion Club. 9 — Edition of Northwestern edited and published by w^omen for 
first time. Editor-in-chief, Florence L. Spofford. Business manager, Blanche 
Loveridge. 10 — Junior play, "A Disciple of Doyle," presented at Bailey's 
Opera House. 11 — Performance repeated before town audience. 20 — Syl- 
labus issued by junior class. Debate between Hinman and Law School 
literary societies won by former. 24 — Northwestern loses in debate with 
Wisconsin. 25 — Baseball: Northwestern, 2; Illinois, 16. 

May 1. Contest of Northern Oratorical League in Chicago. Second place 
won by Harry F. Ward, '97. 2— Baseball: Northwestern, 5; Chicago, 27. 
Mr. Sunday hired as coach. 7 — Northwestern, 15; Notre Dame, 6. 9 — 
Northwestern, 9; Illinois, 20. Tennis tournament with University of Chi- 
cago. 10 — University sermon by Dr. Hunt. — Candidates for positions on 
athletic teams required to sign pledge certifying that they are ''bona fide stu- 
dents" of the University. 12 — William Deering gives to University securities 
amounting to $215,000, with request that part of it be used for a new Academy 
building to be named Fisk Hall in honor of the principal. 15 — Class of '94 
presents University with a marble bust of President Joseph Cummings by 
Lorado Taft. Baseball: Northwestern, 1; Indiana,' 15. 21— Dual track 
meet with Lake Forest University; lost, 49-61. 23— Hinman debate for Ray- 
mond prize. Second place won by track team at meet of Chicago Y. M. C. A. 
30 — Triangular track meet between Northwestern, Chicago and Lake Forest 
Universities on Marshall field. Second place won. 

June 5. "Trig" cremation in athletic field — nine cents admission. Play, 
"The Trig Plague," presented. 7 — Baccalaureate address by President Rog- 
ers. 8 — Classday exercises in the evening near the old oak. Poem, Miss 
Clough; oration. Lane; gifts (to faculty), Lowe. Lunch served to senior class 
and invited friends. 9— Kirk contest. 10 — Address before Alumni Associ- 



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ation by Judge William G. Ewing, Annual address before Phi Beta Kappa 
society by President Cyrus Northrop of University of Minnesota. Alumni 
reception in Guild rooms of Lunt Library. Address before alumni by Judge 
William G. Ewing. President's reception. 11 — Thirty-eighth Commence- 
ment, at Auditorium. Address by Hon. D. H. Chamberlain, LL. D., of New 
York City. Degree of Ph. D. first conferred. 13 — Western Intercollegiate 
track meet. Northwestern takes sixth place. 

Oct. Professor George O. Curme becomes Acting Professor of German in 
Professor Hatfield's absence. John A. Scott becomes Assistant Professor of 
Greek; H. G. Keppel, Instructor in Mathematics; M. A. Bigelow, Instructor in 
Zoology. Steam-heating plant put in University Hall. Citizens of Evanston 
form Evanston Athletic Association for purpose of assisting outdoor athletics 
of University. 3 — Football : Northwestern, 4 ; Chicago Athletic Association, 
p. 6 — Sound Money Club organized. 7 — Northwestern, 42; Armour Insti- 
tute, 0. 10 — Northwestern, 6; Beloit, 6. 12 — Bimetallic League organized. 
14 — So few votes cast for University Senate that faculty declares no election. 
20 — Public discussion of money question in Assembly Hall lead by Sound 
Money and Bimetallic Clubs. 24 — Football on Marshall field: Northwest- 
ern, 46; Chicago, 6. Jollification meeting after chapel. Speeches by mem- 
bers of team and faculty. — University day withheld by faculty because of last 
year's cane-rush between city departments. 

Nov. 6. Hinman prize oratorical contest. 7 — Football at Champaign: 
Northwestern, 12; Illinois, 4. 8 — University sermon by Dr. Milton S. Terry. 
9 — Work begun on bleachers in athletic field; Professor Clark heads force of 
students. 13 — Opening of first annual lecture course under auspices of College 
Christian Associations. 14 — Football: Northwestern, 6; Chicago, 18. 26 — 
Football at Evanston: Northwestern, 6; Wisconsin, 6. 27 — Banquet to 
football team given by M. M. Kirkman. — Old astronomical clock placed in 
University Hall and controlled by electrical connection with Dearborn Ob- 
servatory. 

Dec. 3. Opening of three-day bazaar for benefit of University Settlement 
at residence of Mr. John B. Kirk. Captain Van Doozer of football team pre- 
sented with a University pillow. 



1897. 

Jan. 10. University sermon by Rev. Dr. Cleveland. 12 — Preliminary 
debate contest. 15 — Shaffer prize contest. — By settlement of Fayerweather 
will case. University receives $128,000. 28 — Day of prayer for colleges. 29 — 
Debate between the College and Law School to decide contestants in Wiscon- 
sin-Northwestern debate; College wins. 31 — University sermon by Rev. Dr. 
EUiott of Philadelphia. — Report of football manager shows surplus of $393.84. 

Feb. Central Debating League organized, comprising Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Universities of Chicago, Wisconsin and Michigan. 19 — Annual mid- 
winter banquet of Alumni Association at Sherman House, Chicago. 20 — 
First place won in track meet at First Regiment Armory. 26 — Open track 
meet under auspices of Chicago University at First Regiment Armory. North- 
western ties with Chicago. 28 — University sermon by Rev. Dr. McPherson 
of Chicago. 



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March. 5. Preliminary contest for Northern Oratorical League. — Rogers' 
debating club organized, W. E. Bennett, president. 12 — First of a series of 
University lectures given by President Rogers in Assembly Hall. — Football 
rule adopted prohibiting students from playing for more than four years in 
the aggregate as an undergraduate, 'or more than two [additional years as a 
post-graduate student. — Gamma Delta Sigma, local fraternity, organized. 

April 1. Second University lecture by Dr. Marcy in Assembly Hall. 2 — 
Gage debate contest. 5 — Death of Orrington Lunt. 8 — Funeral services for 
Mr. Lunt at First M. E. church conducted by Drs. Little, Bradley, Sheppard, 
and Bristol. 9 — Third public University lecture by Professor Baird in As- 
sembly Hall. 16 — Fourth University lectufe by Professor Pearson. 17 — 
Last number of lecture course under auspices of Christian Associations. 23 — 
Fifth University lecture by Professor Curme. 24 — Baseball : Northwestern, 
7;Beloit, 2. 26 — Dedication of School of Music building. Baseball: North- 
western, 4; Wisconsin, 3. — Faculty decide in favor of semester system. 30 — 
Northwestern-Wisconsin debate lost by a majority vote. 

May 1. Annual concert of Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin^ Clubs. 7 — Junior 
play, "Mr. Bob," presented at Bailey's Opera House. 8 — Performance re- 
peated. Baseball: Northwestern, 9; Beloit, 7. — No Syllabus issued this 
year. 10 — Baseball: Northwestern, 15; Ohio State, 6. — Track meet at 
Chicago Coliseum. Twenty-three medals (fourteen for first place) and two 
banners won by Northwestern' s team. 17 — First of series of lectures by Dr. 
Basil L. Gildersleeve of Johns Hopkins University. 18 — Constitution of Cen- 
tral Debating League adopted. 19 — Baseball: Northwestern, 6; Lake Forest, 
2. 20 — Tennis team wins from Lake Forest, 6-3. 22 — Baseball: North- 
western, 9; Nebraska, 4. Field day, to decide representatives for Western 
Intercollegiate meet. Student court for prevention of fraud in examinations 
ceases to exist. 31 — Closing exercises of German department. Play, "Ein 
Knopf," presented. Germania Maennerchor and Fisk Quartet furnish music. 

June 5. Western Intercollegiate track meet on South Side ball park, 
Chicago. — Seniors appear in soft, white hats with purple band. 11 — ''Trig" 
cremation; play, "A Dream of Zenda," presented on athletic field; admission 
ten cents. 13 — Baccalaureate address by President Rogers. 14 — Class day 
on campus. Introductory speech by class president; poem. Miss Carman; 
oration. Ridings; prophecy. Miss Irvine; song, "Fair Northwestern," written 
by Miss Carman, music by P. C. Lutkin; reception by senior class to trustees, 
faculty and friends at Woman's Hall. 15 — Kirk prize contest. 16 — Address 
before Phi Beta Kappa by Dr. Robert M. Wenley of University of Michigan. 
Alumni reception. Address before alumni by Dr. John ft. Barrows. Presi- 
dent's reception at rooms of University Guild, Lunt Library. 17 — Thirty- 
ninth Commencement exercises of the University at Auditorium. Address by 
Rev. Bishop Henry W. Warren of Denver. 

Sept. Semester system begins. Professor James A. James takes chair of 
History of Continental Europe. Professor Edouard Baillot, chair of Romance 
Languages. O. F. Long appears as Instructor in Latin. Large bulletin board, 
divided into sections for use of different departments, placed in hallway of 
University Hall. Cement walk placed along west side of campus from Uni- 
versity Place to Emerson Street. 



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Oct. 1. Reception to students by Christian Associations. 9 — Football: 
Northwestern, 6; Beloit, 0. 10 — Address by Bishop Vincent in interest of 
University Settlement. 16 — Football: Northwestern, 6; Iowa, 12. — Ath- 
letic field becomes known as Sheppard field. 22 — Joint debate of Hinman 
Literary Society and Rogers Debating Club. 23 — Football at Marshall field: 
Northwestern, 6; Chicago, 21. Opening of annual lecture course under 
auspices of Christian Associations. 30 — Football : Northwestern, 6 ; Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, 0. "College night" at Y. M. C. A. building, Chicago. 

Nov. 6. Football: Northwestern, 14; Rush Medical College, 0. 8 — 
First number of a course of five lectures by Burton Holmes under auspices of 
University Settlement. 13 — Football: Northwestern, 25; Northwestern 
alumni, 0. New Adelphic literary society organized. 25 — Football on Shep- 
pard field: Northwestern, 0; Wisconsin, 22. — German library of 2,533 vol- 
umes is purchased for the University through the efforts of Professors Cohn 
and Hatfield. — Minnesota University takes place of Wisconsin in Central De- 
bating League. 

Dec. 10. Frances E. Willard addresses students in Assembly Hall, giving 
reminiscences of her connection with the University. 30 and 31 — Meeting of 
Chicago section of American Mathematical Society. 30 — On this and two 
succeeding days occurs third annual meeting of Modern Language Association 
of America, under auspices of Northwestern University. 



1898. 

Jan. Western College Baseball League formed, comprising Northwestern 
University and the Universities of Chicago, Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin. 
14 — Cleveland contest. 15 — Intersociety debating league formed, comprising 
Hinman, Adelphic, Rogers and the Athanasian Society of Garrett Biblical 
Institute. 21 — Annual concert of Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin Clubs. Gamma 
Delta Sigma becomes Gamma Beta chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity. 22 — 
Track meet at First Regiment Armory, Chicago. Second place won. 27 — 
Day of prayer for colleges. 

Feb. 10. Second semester begins. 12 — Mid-winter banquet of North- 
western Alumni Association at Lunt Library. Portrait of Dr. Marcy pre- 
sented by the Association to University. Lincoln celebration of Deutsche 
Gesellschaft, assisted by Swiss Maennerchor of Chicago. 18 — Series of free 
University lectures at Swift Hall is opened by Professor Coe. 19 — Track 
meet with University of Chicago at University of Chicago gymnasium. North- 
western wins, 47-39. 21 and 22 — Conference of librarians held at Lunt Li- 
brary. 24 — Funeral services for Frances E. Willard. 25 — Second University 
lecture by Professor Locy. 27 — University sermon by Rev. Dr. Frank Crane 
of Chicago. 

March 4. University lecture by Professor James. 5 — Indoor intercol- 
legiate athletic meet at TattersalFs, Chicago. Third place. 11 — Preliminary 
contest of Northwestern branch of Northern Oratorical League. 18 — Uni- 
versity lecture by Professor Clark. 19 — Hinman- Adelphic debate won by 
former. — Catalogue for 1897-1898 issued. Total registration in College, 587. 
31 — Settlement benefit at Woman's Hall. 

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series of lectures under auspices of University Guild by Professor William 
Knight of St. Andrew's University, Scotland. 2 — Baseball: Northwestern, 
15; Rush Medical College, 4. 3 — University sermon by Dr. Charles Little. 
7 — Lecture by Professor Minton Warren of Johns Hopkins University at 
Lunt Library. 9 — Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Illinois, 30. — College women 
organize basket-ball team. 12 — Raymond debate contest of Hinman Society. 
15 — Gage debate. Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Beloit, 19. 16 — Junior 
play, ''Our Boys," presented at Bailey's Opera House. Baseball: North- 
western, 6; Wisconsin, 15. — Inter-class Athletic Association organized. 20 — 
Baseball: Northwestern, 3; Chicago, 10. 22 — Meeting called after chapel to 
consider matter of enlistment in United Stalfes Army for Spanish- American 
War. Committee appointed to report on the 25th. 23 — Baseball: North- 
western, 2; Michigan, 7. 25 — Large gathering of students resolves that com- 
mittee of three be appointed to receive enlistments and place them at disposal 
of governor of Illinois. Committee: Professor Holgate, E. R. Perry, and 
Frank McCluskey. 28 — Basket-ball : Northwestern, 2 ; Armour Institute, 8. 
Inter-class games begin. 29 — Illustrated lecture by Professor Crook under 
auspices of Woman's Club for benefit of Settlement. Baseball : Northwest- 
ern, 4; Michigan, 15. 30 — Basket-ball: Northwestern, 0; Oak Park, 11. 

May 2. Baseball: Northwestern, 4; Illinois, 8. 6 — Intercollegiate con- 
test of Northern Oratorical League at Evanston. Northwestern' s orator, 
George T. Nesmith, wins second place. 7 — Track meet with University of 
Chicago on Sheppard field; won, 71-54. Baseball, Northwestern, 1; Chi- 
cago, 6. — Company of student volunteers drills on grounds north of athletic 
field five days in the week. 10 — Syllabus issued by junior class. 14 — 
Inter-class field meet won by freshmen. Baseball: Northwestern, 2; Wis- 
consin, 15. 18 — Northwestern, 1 ; Chicago, 8. 21 — Tennis tournament with 
University of Chicago. — New 48-page book of Northwestern songs issued. 
Editors: Professors J. S. Clark, J. T. Hatfield, A. J. Crook. ''Cheer for the 
Purple," written by E. H. Eversz, '95, becomes popular. 27 — Tennis tourna- 
ment with University of Chicago. Hinman-Rogers debate for championship 
in inter-society league; Hinman wins. Sophomore women present play, 
"Convention of Ungathered Spinsters," at Music Hall. 30 — Baseball: North- 
western, 5; Illinois, 3. Closing exercises of German department at Music 
Hall. Germania Maennerchor furnishes music. Play, "An der Majorsecke," 
presented. 31 — Custom of making last chapel service a special one, called 
"Senior Chapel," is established by class of '98. Class marches in, attired in 
cap and gown. President Rogers conducts service. Talk by Mrs. Miller. 
Statistics of class by Professor AtweU, Registrar. Speeches by Professors 
Holgate and Hatfield. Baseball : Northwestern, 3 ; Lake Forest, 1. 

June 4. Western Intercollegiate meet in Chicago. Second place won. 
Baseball at Ann Arbor: Northwestern, 2; Michigan, 5. Result of season of 
league games: Won, 1; lost, 8. 9 — "Trig" cremation on Sheppard field at 8 
p. M. Admission, fifteen cents. Play, "The Heart of Northwestern," pre- 
sented. 10 — Local field day. 12 — Baccalaureate address by Rev. Dr. 
Arthur Edwards of Chicago. 13 — Class day exercises in Assembly Hall be- 
cause of weather. Classes in distinctive attire. History, Miss Metcalf; 
poem; Bell; palm reading, Nesmith; class song, written by Miss Barker; ora- 




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tion, Froula; prophecy, Pendleton; gifts, Haller. Ivy planted at northwest 
comer of Lunt Library by president Tomlinson. Class entertained at Wo- 
man's Hall. Marble bust of Frances E. Willard placed in Library and pre- 
sented to University by J. C. Shaffer of Evanston. 14 — Kirk contest. 15 — 
Annual meeting of Alumni Association ; authorities of University requested to 
consider establishment of a naval department. Address before Phi Beta 
Kappa society in Memorial Hall by President John H. Finley of Knox College. 
Alumni banquet at Avenue House. President's reception in University Guild 
rooms. 16 — Fortieth Commencement of the University at Auditorium. 
Sixty-six graduates of College of Liberal Arts. Address by President James 
H. Canfield of Ohio State University. Attendance during past year at College 
of Liberal Arts, 587. Total number of bound volumes in library, 37,366; 
pamphlets, 23,400. Fayerweather Professorship of Physics established. Mrs. 
Emily Huntington Miller resigns as Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of 
English Literature. Professor James T. Hatfield obtains leave of absence to 
enlist in United States Navy for war with Spain. 

Sept. Iron fence placed about the campus. Wire fences placed across 
paths to allow the grass to grow. Football coach, W. J. Bannard of Prince- 
ton University, secured. Training table for first and second elevens. Miss 
Mary Harriott Norris becomes Dean of Women. 23 — "College night" 
inaugurated. Percy Thomas and S. P. Hart originators. Headed by Evans- 
ton military band, students march to residences of faculty members to invite 
them to a mass meeting in Assembly Hall. Meeting presided over by Professor 
Atwell. College songs ; speeches by President Rogers and members of faculty. 
27 — At an after-chapel meeting Professor Coe presents question of a Uni- 
versity band. In evening officers elected. 

Oct. 7. Opening of lecture course under auspices of Christian Associations. 
8 — Football on Sheppard field : Northwestern, 17; Beloit, 11. Reception to 
students by Christian Associations at Evanston Y. M. C. A. building. 9 — An- 
nual address in interest of University Settlement given by Rev. Samuel Smith 
of St. Paul. 15 — Tennis tournament. Football: Northwestern, 11; Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, 2. 20 — History Club organized, open to all students of 
history. 21 — Peace Jubilee and Lafayette Memorial exercises. University 
band heads procession to Assembly Hall, Lunt Library. President Rogers 
presides and pays tribute to fifty students who enlisted from various depart- 
ments of the University for Spanish-American War. Speeches by Andrew 
Cooke, '99, of the First Illinois Cavalry, Joseph Dutton and A. G. Morse. 
Reading byR. B. Dennis. Patriotic music. 22 — Football on Marshall field : 
Northwestern, 5 ; Chicago, 34. 23 — University sermon by Rev. Dr. Macafee. 
28 — Rogers-Adelphic debate won by former. 29 — Football: Northwestern, 
27; Lake Forest, 0. "College night" at Central Music Hall, Chicago. Hal- 
lowe'en celebration by colleges in and around Chicago. — Dr. C. M. HoUister of 
Beloit becomes gymnasium Director and baseball Coach. 

Nov. 3. Fourth University "sing" at Assembly Hall at 5 p. m. College 
songs practiced under direction of Professor Lutkin. 4 — Hinman-Athan- 
asian debate won by former. 5 — Football: Northwestern, 5; Michigan, 6. 
10 — Preliminary debate to decide team to meet Michigan University. 11 — 
Rev. Dr. Nacy McGee Waters and Harry F. Ward, '97, address students on 



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behalf of Settlement work. 12 — Football: Northwestern, 6; Minnesota, 17. 
24 — Football on Sheppard field: Northwestern, 0; Wisconsin, 47. 

Dec. 1. University "sing" at Woman's Hall. 2 — Woman's basket-ball 
team defeats Academy, 20-1. 4 — University sermon by Rev. Dr. Newell 
Dwight Hillis. 10 — Sophomore minstrel performance at Bailey's Opera 
House followed by reception to faculty and students. 15 — Sixth University 
*'sing." 

1899. 

Jan. 5. Seniors appear in soft gray h#ts with purple band. 13 — Cleve- 
land declamation contest. Northwestern-Michigan debate at Ann Arbor, 
lost. Representatives: Perry, Lederer, Cooke. 14 — Goethe Commemora- 
tion exercises for benefit of Strassburg monument fund are held in Swift Hall 
under direction of Professor Henry Cohn. 20 — Hinman-Rogers debate ; finals 
won by former. 21 — Basket-ball: Northwestern, 6; Oak Park High School, 
16. 26 — Day of prayer for colleges. 27 — Formal opening of Fisk Hall, the 
Academy building. Addresses by Dr. Fisk, President Rogers, Dr. Sheppard 
^nd alumni of Academy. Junior play, "All the Comforts of Home," pre- 
sented at Bailey's Opera House. 

Feb. 10. Banquet of senior classes of all departments at Palmer House, 
Chicago. Toastmaster, Andrew Cooke of College of Liberal Arts. 12 — Life- 
saving crew makes perilous trip off Highland Park in search of a party of skat- 
ers adrift on ice floe. 18 — Athletic jollification at gymnasium, under auspices 
•of Y. M. C. A. 22 — Customary observation of Washington's birthday; Judge 
Neely, orator of the day. Basket-ball : Northwestern women, 2 ; Englewood 
High School, 10. 24 — Professor Hatfield reads from the Vulgate at chapel ser- 
vice. 

March 10. Entertainment at Fisk Hall for benefit of athletics. Music by 
University band and quartette. Songs by Professor Karleton Hackett. 
Readings by Professor Cumnock. — Dr. Hollister becomes Instructor in Physi- 
•cal Culture. 17 — Preliminary contest of Northwestern branch of Northern 
Oratorical League. 20 — Death of Dr. Oliver Marcy, Dean of the College ; for 
37 years Professor ; thrice Acting President of the University. 22 — Funeral 
services for Dr. Marcy. Two lines of students formed, extending from Dr. 
Marcy' s home to the Methodist church; between these lines the coffin is car- 
ried. Funeral address delivered by Dr. Fisk. 24 — Settlement benefit at 
Woman's Hall. — Self-government- Association of Woman's Hall organized. 
30 — Woman's edition of Northwestern issued; Ruth E. Phillippi, editor-in- 
chief, and Anna Metcalf, business manager. 

April 1. Meeting of Chicago section of American Mathematical Society 
held in University Hall. 2 — University sermon by Dr. F. A. Noble of Chi- 
cago. 14 — Gage debate contest. 17 — Herr Reicher of Berlin appears before 
students of German department in some of his leading roles. 22 — Base- 
ball: Northwestern, 14; Beloit, 19. 24 — Northwestern, 10; Wisconsin, 11. 
28 — Inter-class field meet on Sheppard field won by freshmen. Raymond de- 
bate. Syllabus issued by junior class. 29 — Maro, the magician, gives 
performances under auspices of Northwestern branch of Northern Oratorical 
League. 




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May 1. Baseball: Northwestern, 9; Illinois, 12. 5 — Annual contest of 
Northern Oratorical League at Oberlin, Ohio. Third place won by Barry Gil- 
bert. 6 — Baseball: Northwestern, 3; Beloit, 4. 13 — Baseball on Marshall 
field : Northwestern, 4 ; Chicago, 6. Tennis tournament with University of 
Chicago won by Northwestern. Dual track meet with University of Chicago, 
won by Chicago. 16 — First of a series of weekly evening concerts by Uni- 
versity band on campus. 17 — Baseball: Northwestern, 3; Lake Forest, 0. 
20 — Baseball: Northwestern, 3; Illinois, 9. — University League organized, 
composed of College women not residing at Woman's Hall or College Cottage. 
24 — Tennis team defeats Lake Forest. 28 — Senior joint meeting of Christian 
Associations on campus. 29 — Senior chapel. Speeches by Miss Norris, Presi- 
dent Rogers, and Professor Coe. Statistics read by Professor Atwell. Senior 
song. 30 — Closing exercises by German department held in Music Hall. 
Play, "Versalzen," presented. 31 — "Enthusiasm meeting" after chapel; 
speech by F. P. Jolly. — Students' Settlement Association organized to provide 
workers for University Settlement. 

June 1. Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Wisconsin, 4. 3 — Western Inter- 
collegiate track meet. 7 — Baseball: Northwestern, 2; Chicago, 1. 9 — 
''Trig" cremation on Sheppard field. Variety performance and farce, 'Trig," 
presented by freshmen. 11 — Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Joseph F. Berry. 
12 — Class day. Morning: more serious part of exercises given at Lunt Li- 
brary; opening address by Professor Coe; oration, Nesmith; poem, Miss Colvin. 
Afternoon: procession from Woman's Hall to Old Oak on south of campus; 
seniors in black cap and gown; juniors, lavender; sophomores, white duck cos- 
tumes and broad-brimmed straw hats; freshmen, green cap and gown. His- 
tory, Bobb; prophecy, King; gifts, Prickett. Planting of class elm tree. Din- 
ner and reception to seniors at Woman's Hall. 13 — Kirk contest. 14 — Ad- 
dress before Phi Beta Kappa by Chancellor McDowell of University of Denver. 
President's reception in Guild rooms. 15 — Alumni banquet at Auditorium 
Hotel. Forty-first Commencement at Auditorium. Seventy-nine graduates 
of College of Liberal Arts. Address by Dr. Buckley of New York. — Miss Nor- 
ris resigns as Dean of Women. 

Sept. Dr. U. S. Grant becomes Professor of Geology; Miss Anna Bowen, 
'94, Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of English Literature ; Dr. A. W. 
Patten, '70, Professor of Biblical Instruction. 30 — Football: Northwestern, 
0; Northwestern alumni, 18. 

Oct. 6. .Reception to students by Christian Associations. 7 — Track meet 
on Sheppard field; ten events. 9 — About six hundred students of the Uni- 
versity take part in the Chicago Day parade viewed by President McKinley. 
14 — Football at Madison: Northwestern, 0; Wisconsin, 38. 17 — President 
McKinley speaks to gathering of students and townspeople from train plat- 
form when passing through Evanston. 20 — First semi-final inter-society 
debate, Adelphic versus Athanasian, won by latter. 21 — Football: North- 
western, 0; Beloit, 11. Opening of annual students' lecture course. 26 — 
Football: Northwestern, 16; Lake Forest, 0. 27 — Final inter-society de- 
bate, Adelphic vs. Athanasian; championship won by latter. 28 — "College 
night" at Central Y. M. C. A. building, Chicago.— Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin 
Clubs reorganize. Post-graduate Club organized. 



50 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Nov. 4. Football: Northwestern, 11; Minnesota, 5. 6 — Celebration of 
football victory. 11 — Football: Northwestern, 0; Chicago, 76. 13 — De- 
bate between College and Law School for Gage prizes and to choose represen- 
tatives in intercollegiate debate. 17 — Reception to College women by Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 18 — Football: Northwestern, if; Indiana, 6. 24 — Sopho- 
more class presents farce, "The Obstinate Family," and a "Deestrick Skule," 
for the benefit of athletics. 25 — Football: Northwestern, 29; Purdue, 0. 
Banquet to team at Old College ; Professor Clark, toastmaster. 

Dec. 6. Faculties of various departments hold banquet at Palmer House. 
8 — Junior play, "My Friend from India," presented at Fisk Hall. — Coffee 
Club reorganized; meetings in chapel of 01(f College. 15 — Reception to wo- 
men students by the Y. W. C. A. at Guild rooms. Addresses by Mrs. Henry 
Wade Rogers and Professor Hatfield. 17 — University sermon by Dr. A. W. 
Patten. 

1900. 

Jan. 12. Northwestern-Minnesota debate lost at Minneapolis. Settle- 
ment benefit by Thalian Dramatic Club of School of Oratory under auspices of 
University Woman's Club. 25 — Day of prayer for colleges. 26 — Annual 
home concert of Glee and Mandolin Clubs assisted by University Quartette. 
27 — Death of Rev. Richard Haney, one of founders of University. 28 — 
Death of Anna M. Bowen, '94, Dean of Women. 

Feb. 6. Faculty votes not to grant degree of Bachelor of Letters after 
1904. 7 — Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller elected Dean of Women. 12 — 
Lincoln commemoration by Deutsche Gesellschaft assisted by Swiss Maenner- 
chor. 16 — Cleveland declamation contest. 17 — "Big Nine," comprising 
Universities of Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, and Minnesota, 
Purdue University, University of Chicago, and Northwestern University, be- 
comes controlling body of Western Intercollegiate Athletic Association. 22 — 
Washington anniversary address by Judge Tuthill. Banquet of senior 
classes of all departments at Leland Hotel, Chicago. 24 — Alumni "stag" 
party at University Settlement. 26 — Track meet with Evanston Y. M. C. A. 
won by Northwestern. 28 — Address by President Eliot of Harvard Uni- 
versity at Fisk Hall. 

March 7. Preliminary Northern Oratorical League contest. Seniors 
appear in soft gray class hats, 9 — Lecture by Bishop McCabe for benefit of 
University Settlement. 15 — Woman's edition of Northwestern issued; 
Blanche E. Snider, editor-in-chief; Helen Baker and Jennie Scott, business 
managers. 16 — Athletic benefit at Fisk Hall. Program given by Glee and 
Mandolin Clubs, University Quartette, Miss Neal and Messrs. Dennis, Tilroe, 
and Logan. 17 — Track meet with Central Y. M. C. A. of Chicago lost. 21 — 
Death of Professor Cohn. 23 — Funeral services for Professor Cohn, conducted 
at Fisk Hall by Dr. Little and Rabbi Moses. C. A. Eggert becomes tempo- 
rary instructor in German; Professor W. K. Clement takes charge of Dr. Bon- 
bright's classes during latter's absence. 30 — Entertainment at Central Music 
Hall, Chicago, for benefit of new gymnasium fund. Program by Glee and 
Mandolin Clubs, University Quartette, and Thalian Dramatic Club, under 
auspices of Alumni Association. 




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April 10. Baseball: Northwestern, 4 ; Chicago, 10. 14 — Northwestern, 
6; Beloit, 7. Meeting of Chicago section of American Mathematical Society at 
University Hall. 17 — Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Chicago, 6. 20 — North- 
western, 3; Michigan, 8. 21 — Inter-class field meet won by sophomores. 
26 — Syllabiis issued by junior class. 27 — Baseball: Northwestern, 3; Illi- 
nois, 4. 28 — Northwestern, 2; Chicago, 12. 

May 1. Recitations suspended on account of "Dewey Day." 4 — Lecture 
by Professor Coe, under auspices of local branch of Northern Oratorical 
League, Debating Board and University Settlement. Contest of Northern 
Oratorical League at Madison. Percy Thomas, '00, wins first place. 5 — 
Settlement benefit at Woman's Hall. Dual track meet with Iowa State Uni- 
versity at Iowa City. Thirteen events. Northwestern wins. 6 — Governor 
Shaw of Iowa addresses students at Fisk Hall. 8 — Hinman debate for Ray- 
mond prizes. 10 — Baseball: Northwestern, 8; Iowa, 10. 11 — North- 
western, 0; Beloit, 8. 12 — Dual track meet with Beloit College on Sheppard 
field. Northwestern wins, 23-12. Baseball at Madison: Northwestern, 11; 
Wisconsin, 12. 13 — President Bashford of Ohio Wesleyan University ad- 
dresses students at Fisk Hall. 17 — Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Wisconsin, 
2. — Catalogue for 1899-1900 issued. — "Sketches in Purple" issued by English 
department. 20 — Chancellor McDowell addresses students at Sunday mass 
meeting. 21 — Baseball: Northwestern, 10; Purdue, 3. Alumni banquet. 
Toasts by Dr. F. M. Bristol, '77, President Rogers, Bishop Fowler (former 
President), President Crawford, '84, of Allegheny College, President McClish, 
'74, of University of the Pacific, Dean A. H. Briggs, '81, of Iliff School of The- 
ology. 28 — Baseball : Northwestern, 3 ; Oberlin, 2. 29 — Senior chapel. 

June 1. Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Chicago, 12. "Trig" cremated on 
Sheppard field. Play, "Trigby's Aunt." 2 — Western Intercollegiate field 
meet at Ravenswood. 9 — Baseball: Northwestern, 4; Minnesota, 5. 10 — 
Baccalaureate address by Rev. Eli McClish, '74, President of University of the 
Pacific. 11 — Class day. Morning: Exercises at Assembly Hall; oration, 
Hoagland; poem, Thomas; address by Prof. James. Ivy planted at right of 
entrance to Lunt Librarj^; ivy orator. Miss Bragdon. Afternoon: Proces- 
sion from Woman's Hall to Old Oak on campus. Seniors in black cap and 
gown, juniors in purple and gold, sophomores in white and old rose with palm- 
leaf mortar-boards, freshmen dressed as children. History, Miss Drew; 
prophecy. Miss Metcalf ; pipe of peace; gifts, Woolbert. Reception to seniors 
at College Cottage. 12 — President Rogers resigns. Kirk contest. 13 — 
Annual meeting of Phi Beta Keppa. Business meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion. Informal reception to alumni at residence of Dr. M. C. Bragdon. Ad- 
dress before the Phi Beta Kappa by Prof. Paul Shorey of University of Chi- 
cago. President's reception at University Guild rooms. 14 — Forty-second 
Commencement. Exercises at Auditorium; address by President Cyrus 
Northrop of University of Minnesota. Eighty-one graduates of the College. 

Sept. Dr. Daniel Bonbright becomes Acting President of the University. 
Room at northwest comer of University Hall becomes study-room for women, 
alumnae providing furnishings for it. Mrs. Martha Foote Crow becomes Dean 
of Women and Assistant Professor of English Literature; Dr. J. E. George, '95, 
becomes Instructor in Political Economy; Dr. W. D. Scott, '95, in Psychology 



52 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

and Pedagogy ; Dr. O. C. Kellogg in English Language ; Georg Edward and Dr. 
Marcus Simpson in German. 29 — Football: Northwestern, 0; Physicians 
and Surgeons, 6. University band makes initial appearance of the year. 

Oct. Annual fall tennis tournament; twenty-seven entries in singles and 
eleven in doubles. 6 — Coffee Club resumes its 'meetings in Old College. 
Football: Northwestern, 6; Rush Medical College, 0. 12 — Annual fall track 
meet on Sheppard field. Joint reception to students by Christian Associa- 
tions. 13 — Football: Northwestern, 12; Indiana, 0. — Young Men's Repub- 
lican Club reorganized. Athanasian Society withdraws from inter-society 
debates. 19 — Miss Josephine Stahl, College missionary in India, addresses 
students in chapel. 20 — Football : Northw^tern, ; Illinois, 0. Announce- 
ment of gift of $30,000 by Dr. D. K. Pearsons for a new dormitory for women. 
26 — Hinman-Adelphic debate won by former. 27 — Football: Northwest- 
ern, 6 ; Beloit, 6. 

Nov. 2. Rogers-Hinman debate won by latter. Hiriman debate team 
chosen to represent College in intercollegiate contest. 3 — Football : North- 
western, 11; Knox, 5. 9 — Opening of annual students' lecture course. 
10 — Football on Marshall field : Northwestern, 5 ; Chicago, 0. — Faculties of 
the College and Garrett Biblical Institute form a social organization, the 
University Union. 17 — Football at Minneapolis: Northwestern, 0; Minne- 
sota, 21. 29 — Thanksgiving game at Rock Island: Northwestern, 5; Iowa, 
5. Season closes with Northwestern third in the "Big Nine." 

Dec. 6. Football number of Northwestern issued. Banquet to football 
men in Old College, Professor Gray toastmaster. — Gage debate contest. 14 — 
Junior play, ''A Bachelor's Romance," presented at Fisk Hall. 17 — Banquet 
to football team at Chicago Athletic Club. 

1901. 

Jan. Library hours extended to include period from 7 to 9 p. m. 5 — 
University League reception; Miss Jane Addams speaks to women. 7 — Col- 
lege basket-ball team defeats Evanston team, 12-5. 8 — Glee, Mandolin, and 
Banjo Clubs begin their season. 11 — Northwestern-Chicago debate lost by 
majority vote. — Freshmen appear in red caps. 17 — Reception to College 
women by Kappa Alpha Theta. 19 — Reception to Y. W. C. A. by Y. M. C. A. 
at Evanston Association building. 24 — Northwestern publishes cuts of "pro- 
posed new buildings" : gymnasium, dining-hall,'men's dormitory, art building, 
Marcy Hall and a chapel. 25 — Annual home concert of Glee, Banjo, and Man- 
dolin Clubs at Fisk Hall. 28 — Founders' day. Semi-centennial of signing of 
University's charter celebrated by banquet at Auditorium Hotel, Chicago; 
E. L. Shuman, '87, toastmaster; toasts responded to by Judge Horton, Presi- 
dent Little of Garrett Biblical Institute, Judges Grosscup and Burke, Col. F. O. 
Lowden, Dr. J. B. Murphy, Rev. P. H. Swift, '81. Songs by Glee Club and 
readings by Professor Cumnock. — University basket-ball team defeats Evan- 
ston Y. M. C. A., 18-17. 29 — Women's Debating Club organized. 

Feb. 1. Sophomore play, "A Night Off," presented at Fisk Hall for benefit 
of athletics. 18 — Indoor athletic "try-out" at First Regiment Armory. 22 — 
Washington anniversary address by Hon. C. H. Aldrich at Fisk Hall, under 
auspices of History Club. 




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March L Banquet of senior classes of University at Victoria Hotel, Chi- 
cago. Cleveland declamation contest. 3 — College men addressed by John 
R. Mott, Secretary of World's Christian Federation. 5 — Preliminary contest 
of Northern Oratorical League. — Series of meetings for women conducted by 
Miss Harriet Taylor, National Secretary of Y. W. C. A. 7 — Settlement 
number of Northwestern issued. 14 — Woman's edition of Northwestern 
issued; Edna M. Bronson, '02, editor-in-chief; Blanche Snider, '01, business 
manager. 15 — On occasion of visit from German consul, Dr. Wever, and staff, 
the Deutsche Gesellschaft presents program in Swift Hall. — Tremont House, 
Chicago, purchased by the University to accommodate professional depart- 
ments and administrative headquarters. 

April 12. Annual inter-class field meet. Annual Settlement benefit at 
Woman's Hall. 13 — Baseball: Northwestern, 5; Rush Medical, 3. 18 — 
Christian Association number of Northwestern issued. 19 — Baseball: 
Northwestern, 10; Lake Forest, 0. 20 — Northwestern, 2; Chicago, 6. Hin- 
man debate for Raymond prizes. 26 — Syllabus issued by junior class. 
27 — Baseball : Northwestern, 3 ; Chicago, 4. 

May 2. Baseball: Northwestern, 6; Illinois, 2. 3 — Final contest of 
Northern Oratorical League at Iowa City. Seventh place. Dual track meet 
lost to Beloit College on Sheppard field. "Sorority race" run by chosen men. 
4 — Baseball: Northwestern, 6; Wisconsin, 7. 10 — Northwestern, 5; Beloit, 
13. 18 — Track meet with First Regiment on Sheppard field; Northwestern 
wins, 76-55. Baseball at Champaign: Northwestern, 0; Illinois, 10. — First 
number of Northwestern University Bulletin issued, to be published quarterly, 
including annual catalogue. 24 — "The Woes of College Life," shown by 
stereopticon views of campus snap-shots, for benefit of local branch of North- 
ern Oratorical League. 25 — University Guild formally presents art collection 
to University. Track meet at Champaign lost, 60-52; Northwestern wins 
eight firsts out of fourteen. 28 — Annual supper to College men given by 
Y. M. C. A. at Old College. 31— "Trig" play, "Trigobolus," presented by 
freshmen on Sheppard field. 

June 1. Closing exercises of German department at Swift Hall. — K. E. 
Pease, '01, takes Miss Stahl's place as Northwestern' s student missionary, 
— Second volume of "Sketches in Purple" issued by English department. — Se- 
nior chapel. 16 — Baccalaureate address by Rev. Dr. Dorchester, Jr., of St. 
Louis. 17 — Class day. Morning: Exercises at Lunt Library; oration, Dut- 
ton ; address by Prof. Coe ; poem, Miss Williams ; class song. Presentation to 
the University of stone bench on campus south of University Hall ; address by 
H. E. Russell. Afternoon: Procession from Woman's Hall to south campus; 
seniors in black cap and gown, juniors in purple and white, sophomores in red 
and yellow, freshmen in red and green. History, Miss Payton; prophecy, 
Miss Reynolds; gifts, Dennis; pipe of peace. 18 — Kirk contest. Name of 
Woman's Hall changed to Willard Hall. 19 — Address before Phi Beta 
Kappa society by President Thwing of Western Reserve University. Presi- 
dent's reception in University Guild rooms. 20 — Forty-third Commence- 
ment at Auditorium. One hundred and one graduates of the College. Ad- 
dress by Chancellor Day of Syracuse University. — Grand Prairie Seminary 
affiliated with the University. — College Y. M. C. A. is incorporated. 



54 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Sept. Dr. O. H. Basquin becomes Associate Professor of Physics; Dr. E. I. 
McCormac, Instructor in History; J. P. Odell, '94, in English Language; W. J. 
Keller, '00, in Greek. Y. W. C. A. secures its first General Secretary, Miss 
Kitchel, a graduate of Smith College. Course in engineering established. 

Oct. 11. Dedication of Chapin Hall, new dormitory for women, on comer 
of University Place and Sherman Ave. Address by Bishop McCabe at Fisk 
Hall. Reception to visiting members of Rock River Conference. 12 — Foot- 
ball: Northwestern, 2; Notre Dame, 0. 15 — Hinman-Athanasian debate, 
first preliminary for intercollegiate contest. — Hands of tower clock, presented 
by '79, are stolen. Class of '02 replaces them with new ones. 18 — Annual 
reception to students by Christian Associations. 19 — Football: North- 
western, 0; Michigan, 29. 25 — Debate team meets Adelphic team in second 
preliminary debate. 26 — Football: Northwestern, 17; Illinois, 11. — Wo- 
men's Debating Club resumes meetings. 

Nov. 1. Reception to College women by Kappa Kappa Gamma. 7 — 
Debate with Law School team. College representatives chosen for North- 
western-Michigan debate. 9 — Football: Northwestern,. 6; Chicago, 5. 
Opening of Y. M. C. A. lecture course. 16 — Football: Northwestern, 11; 
Beloit, 11, 23 — Northwestern, 0; Minnesota, 16. Senior men appear in silk 
hats, senior women in mortar-boards. 28 — Football: Northwestern, 18; 
Purdue, 0. Season ends with Northwestern in fourth place in "Big Nine." 

Dec. Society of "Knights of the Marble Heart" appears among senior men. 
Chi chapter of Chi Omega sorority established. 5 — Northwestern University 
Club of New England is organized at Boston. 6 — Annual banquet to football 
men. 12 — New University Settlement house opened. 16^— Cross-country 
running club organized. Chapter of the "Red Domino," women's dramatic 
society, installed. 

1902. 

Jan. 10. Northwestern-Michigan debate lost at Ann Arbor. — Freshman 
cap and sophomore hat appear. 17 — Junior play, "Because She Loved Him 
So," presented at Fisk Hall. 18 — Address by and reception to Mrs. Mary 
Hartwell Catherwood under auspices of University League. 20 — Women's 
basket-ball team defeats Evanston High School. 21 — Dr. Edmund J. James 
of University of Chicago elected President of the University. — Series of con- 
certs by University band at skating rink. 27 — Basket-ball : Northwestern, 
18; Evanston High School, 12. 28 — Second Founders' day banquet, under 
auspices of Northwestern University Club of Chicago, at Auditorium. Dr. 
Daniel Bonbright presides. President-elect and Mrs. James guests of honor. 
Dr. C. M. Stuart, toastmaster. 30 — Day of prayer for colleges. 31 — Annual 
home concert of Glee and Mandolin Clubs, assisted by Woman's Glee Club and 
the Orchestral Quartette. 

Feb. 21. Cleveland contest. 22 — Washington anniversary; address by 
Professor J. A. James at Willard Hall. 26 — Northwestern sends banner dele- 
gation of fifty to International Convention of Student Volunteer Movement at 
Toronto. 28 — Annual promenade of Pan-Hellenic Association at Country 
Club. 

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Hall. 10 — Preliminary contest of Northern Oratorical League. 18 — Presi- 
dent James greets students after chapel exercises. 27 — First of series of lec- 
tures under auspices of department of Economics. 29 — First Regiment track 
meet ; thirty-seven teams compete ; Northwestern wins third place. 

April 10. Woman's edition of Northwestern issued; Ruth Woolson, '02, 
€ditor-in-chief; Amy Olgen, business manager. 11 — "Mrs. Jarley's Wax- 
works" presented at Fisk Hall by townspeople and students for benefit of 
University Settlement. 12 — Baseball: Northwestern, 18; Physicians and 
Surgeons, 5. 15 — Hinman debate for Raymond prizes. 18 — Syllabus 
issued by junior class. Deutsche Gesellschaft presents "Militaerfromm" in 
Music Hall. 19 — Inter-department track meet on Sheppard field, won by 
College of Liberal Arts. Baseball: Northwestern, 2; Chicago, 3. Women's 
basket-ball team plays Wheaton College. 26 — Burlesque of ''Lohengrin" pre- 
sented by women of Willard Hall for benefit of University Settlement. Inter- 
scholastic track meet on Sheppard field ; academies and high schools of five 
states represented. Baseball: Northwestern, 7; Wisconsin, 9. 28 — Wo- 
men's basket-ball team defeats Evanston High School, 22-5. 

May 1. Seniors appear in cap and gown. 2 — Final contest of Northern 
Oratorical League in Chicago. 3 — Dual track meet lost to Beloit College. 
Baseball: Northwestern, 4; Beloit, 2. 8 — Annual Christian Association 
number of Northwestern. 9 — Track meet with University of Chicago; lost, 
77-35. Baseball: Northwestern, 11; Nebraska, 3. 13 — Northwestern, 0; 
Michigan, 1. — University Bulletin issued; catalogue number. 17 — Baseball: 
Northwestern, 10; Wisconsin, 11. 20 — Annual ''sorority race" run by chosen 
men. 21 — Spring tennis tournament. 23 — Baseball: Northwestern, 4; Chi- 
cago, 2. 28 — Annual Y. M. C. A. supper to College men at Old College. 29 — 
Law School edition of Northwestern issued. 30— "Trig" play, "The Devil's 
Timepiece," presented at Fisk Hall by freshmen. — F. D. Wolf, '01, succeeds 
K. E. Pease, '01, as Northwestern' s representative missionary. 

June 3. Senior chapel. 4 — Baseball: Northwestern, 1; Chicago, 0. — 
Northwestern, 2; Chicago, 11. 7 — Northwestern, 1; Beloit, 5. 11 — Evening 
concert by University band on campus. 15 — Baccalaureate address by Rev. 
Dr. H. L. Willett of University of Chicago. 16 — Class day. Morning exer- 
cises under tent south of Lunt Library: poem, Stewart; oration. West. Ivy 
planted at southwest corner of Library; oration by Miss Wadden. Afternoon : 
Procession from Willard Hall to campus west of University Hall. Seniors in 
black cap and gown, juniors in white and purple, sophomores in red. History, 
Miss Ely; prophecy, Miss Shuman; gifts, Clements; class song; pipe of peace. 
17 — Kirk contest. 18 — Presentation to University of boulder fountain in 
front of University Hall; speech by G. H. Parkinson; response by President 
James. Dinner to senior class by President and Mrs. James at Willard Hall; 
18 — Gathering of four hundred alumni at University Hall; procession by 
classes ; march around campus ; original cheer for each building from class of 
'02. Luncheon to alumni and senior class under tent. Address to alumni by 
President James. Address before Phi Beta Kappa by Professor Turner of 
University of Wisconsin. President's reception. 19 — Forty-fourth Commence- 
ment at Auditorium. Ninety-two graduates of the College. Address by 
Senator DoUiver of Iowa. 



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Sept. Dr. A. H. Thorndike becomes Professor of English Literature, and 
Dr. Willard Instructor in History. 20 — Football: Northwestern, 15; Fort 
Sheridan, 0. 24 — "College night" at Assembly Hall. 27 — Football: North- 
western, 10; Naperville, 5. 

Oct. 1. Library hours extend from 8 a. m. to*9 p. m. Football: North- 
western, 11 ; Chicago Dentals, 0. 4 — Northwestern, 26; Lake Forest, 0. 11 — 
Northwestern, 11; Rush Medical, 0. 12 — Bishop Hartzell addresses students 
at risk Hall. — Joint reception of Christian Associations. — Inter-state School 
of Correspondence affiliated with the University. 18 — Football on Marshall 
field: Northwestern, 0; Chicago, 12. 19 — Sunday, Installation exercises 
begin. Evanston pulpits filled by college "presidents. Academic service in 
afternoon at First Methodist church. Two hundred delegates from American 
and foreign institutions present. Address by President Hyde of Bowdoin 
College. 20 — Monday, University day. Procession of students of all depart- 
ments through Evanston and campus, viewed by President and Mrs. James in 
front of University Hall. Meeting of students at First M. E. church presided 
over by Congressman Foss. Addresses by F. P. Mies and M. Mills on behalf of 
students, Dr. Murphy on behalf of faculties. President Bashford of Ohio Wes- 
leyan University, President Thwing of Western Reserve University, President 
Northrop of University of Minnesota. Overflow meeting at Fisk Hall ad- 
dressed by same men. Luncheon served to students of Chicago departments 
at Lunt Library. Reunion of alumni at Fisk Hall. Evening : Illumination 
of campus and torchlight procession of students with floats and transparen- 
cies, ending with bonfire at fountain square. Receptions to President James 
and official guests at Evanston clubs. Formal opening of Law School quarters 
in Northwestern University Building (old Tremont House). Address by Hon. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Massachusetts. 21 — 
Tuesday, Installation day. Formal reception of delegates and official guests 
at Fisk Hall. Procession of dignitaries in academic attire from Lunt Library 
to Fisk Hall. Hon. Oliver H. Horton, first vice-president of trustees, presides. 
Addresses of welcome by Judge Horton on behalf of University Corporation, 
Dr. N. S. Davis, Jr., on behalf of faculties. Mayor James A. Patten on behalf of 
Evanston. Responses by President Gunsaulus of Armour Institute, Presi- 
dent Cook of 111. State Normal School, Prof. S. N. Patten of University of 
Pennsylvania, Chancellor Day of Syracuse University, President Jesse of Uni- 
versity of Missouri, Dr. Alfred Nerincx of University of Louvain, Belgium, 
Prof. J. H. Finley of Princeton University, President L. S. Rowe of American 
Academy of Political and Social Science. Luncheon to delegates at Lunt Li- 
brary. Procession of delegates, official guests, trustees, faculties, alumni and 
student representatives, from Lunt Library to First Methodist church at 2 :30. 
Installation ceremonies: Luther's hymn; prayer by Bishop Merrill; address 
by Judge Horton on behalf of University Corporation ; response by President 
James ; address by Dr. Daniel Bonbright on behalf of faculties ; by Rev. F. M. 
Bristol on behalf of alumni ; by Eddy Brandt, '03, on behalf of students ; ad- 
dresses by Dean Briggs of Harvard College, President Raymond of Wesleyan 
University, President Angell of University of Michigan, President Wheeler of 
University of California, and President Harper of University of Chicago; in- 




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augural address by President James on "Some Features of American Higher 
Education"; hymn, "America"; benediction by Bishop Warren. Reception 
by President and Mrs. James at Northwestern University Building, Chicago. 
— Opening of student lecture course. 24 — First preliminary debate; Adelphic 
and Garrett Biblical Institute teams. 25 — Football: Northwestern, 0. 
Knox, 15. — Seniors appear in cap and gown. 31 — Hinman-Rogers debate, 
second preliminary. 

Nov. 1. Football: Northwestern, 0; Purdue, 5. — Cross-country Club 
resumes runs. — Fall tennis tournament. 8 — Football: Northwestern, 0; 
Wisconsin, 5. — Annual Y. M. C. A. handbook and student directory issued. 
Alarm over smallpox; students all required to be vaccinated. 14 — Hinman 
team wins from Adelphic-Garrett in final debate to determine representatives 
for intercollegiate contest. 15 — Football: Northwestern, 10; Beloit, 0. 
22 — Northwestern, 0; Illinois, 17. 27 — Thanksgiving game at Lincoln, Neb. 
Northwestern, 0; Nebraska, 12. No league game won this year. Professor 
Clark publishes history of late athletics in Northwestern. 28 — Conferring of 
degree of LL. D. upon Dr. Adolf Lorenz with impressive ceremonies at North- 
western University Building, Chicago. Procession of faculties. Reception. 

Dec. 4. Football number of Northwestern. 5 — Y. W. C. A. holds ba- 
zaar at church. New chapel service compiled by Dr. Patten, 8 — Woman's 
basket-ball team defeats New Trier High School. 12 — W. E. McComack of 
Dartmouth chosen as football coach. 16 — Post-graduates organize a club. 
18— Missionary number of Northwestern. Annual football dinner. 

1903. 

Jan. Horace Butterworth of University of Chicago becomes athletic and 
gymnasium director. Freshmen appear in white felt hats. 14 — Prof. John 
Q. Adams, '89, lecturer of University of Pennsylvania, addresses University 
Guild. 16 — Northwestern-Minnesota debate won by Northwestern' s team, 
Woods, Palmer, and Smith, who will debate with Chicago for championship in 
Central Debating League. 27 — Alumni dinner at Auditorium Hotel. 28 — 
Founders' day. Dedication of Northwestern University Building; history of 
old Tremont House told by Dr. Sheppard; presentation of keys to President 
James; response by President James; reception on Law School floor to 
President Hadley of Yale University and Dean Ames of the Law School 
of Harvard University, Dean Prescott of the School of Pharmacy, Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Professor Keen of Jefferson Medical College, and Dean 
Kirk of the Dental School, University of Pennsylvania. Evening celebration 
at Auditorium, Chicago; conferring of honorary degrees: LL.D. upon Deans 
Ames and Prescott and Professor Keen ; Sc. D. upon Dean Kirk. Address 
by President Hadley. 

Feb. 12. Annual "post-exam, jubilee" under auspices of Christian Associ- 
ations at Y. M. C. A. house. 17 — "Faust" presented at Auditorium by Ger- 
man troupe secured through efforts of German consulate and the German de- 
partments of Northwestern and Chicago Universities. 20 — Cleveland contest. 
26 — Opening of series of lectures in department of Economics. 28 — Inter- 
department track meet at First Regiment Armory. Law School wins from 



58 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

the College. — Announcement of courses for graduate students. — J. N. Pearce, 
'96, becomes Instructor in Chemistry. — Library now contains 50,065 bound 
volumes and 36,000 pamphlets. 

March 6. Preliminary contest of Northern Oratorical League. 13 — 
Junior play in Fisk Hall, "What Happened to Jones." 

April 2. Theodore Roosevelt, LL.D., '93, President of the United States, 
addresses students on campus. Procession of faculties and students of all 
departments of the University, in academic costume. Salute of twenty-one 
guns fired from College campus by battery of U. S. Regular Artillery. 



ALUMI^I 

OF THE 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



CLASS OF 1859. 

1. *THOMAS EMERSON ANNIS. 
Born 15 Jan. 1836, at Hamburg, N. Y. Prepared at Laporte, Ind. A.B. 
1862, A.M. 1866, M.D., Rush Medical College, Chicago. Teacher, 1859-63. 
Practicing physician at Holland, Mich., 1866-83; at National City, Cal., 
1883-1902. 

Married Sarah Baum, of Tipton, la., 29 Aug. 1865. 

Children — Mary (Dadmun), born 9 Sept. 1866. 

Jennie B., born 24 June 1871. 

Charles H., born 4 Jan. 1875. 

Sarah P., bom 7 March 1878. 

Died 5 April 1902, at National City, Cal. 

2. *WINCHESTER ELHANON CLIFFORD. 
Father of Nos. 500 and 571, 
Born 21 April 1837, at Dupage, 111. Prepared at Mt. Morris Seminary. 
Entered from Illinois Wesleyan University. A.B. 1862, A.M. Phi Gamma 
Delta. Teacher in Mendota and Joliet, 111., and Mineral Spring, Wis. After- 
ward in insurance business. Associated with B. F. Jacobs in organizing the 
Sunday School Union of Chicago. Contributor to Chicago Inter Ocean and 
Waukegan Gazette. 

r Married Emily Margaret Smith, 18 Sept. 1861, in Will Co., 111. 
Children — Chester Carroll (No. 500), born 10 Aug. 1865; died 11 May 
1899. 
Caroline (Burbank), (No. 571), born 16 Aug. 1868. 
Died 17 March 1898. 
3. *SAMUEL L. EASTMAN. 
Born 11 Feb. 1830, at Newbury, Vt. Prepared at Newbury Seminary. 
A.B. 1863, A.M. Principal Newbury Seminary, Vt., 1876-87. Clergyman 
in Iowa. 

Married (1) Emily Colburn, Jan. 1859; she died 5 Aug. 1862. (2) 
Emilie G. Batchelder, 10 April 1867, at Montpelier, Vt. 
Children — Ellen C, born in 1861 ; died. 
Adah G., born in 1868. 
Arthur L., born in 1870; died. 
Died in 1899. 

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60 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1859 

4. HENRY MARTIN KIDDER. 

Bom 12 May 1839, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Prepared at Mount Morris, 
111. Ph. B. Phi Delta Theta. Hinman, Assisted in the rescue of passengers 
from the wreck of the Lady Elgin, 8 Sept. 1860. 'Farmer, 1859-62. Enlisted 
as private in 15th Illinois Cavalry, U. S. Volunteers, 15 Dec. 1862. Com- 
missioned 2d Lieutenant 1st Arkansas Cavalry, U. S. Vols., 1 April 1863. 
Commissioned Major, 5th Cavalry, U. S. colored troops, 16 March 1865; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 25 Jan. 1866; mustered out with regiment, 16 March 
1866. War service was with the Army of the Frontier, Army of the Gulf, and 
in the Department of the Ohio. Was in th^ battle of Fayette ville and numer- 
ous skirmishes. Since the war, in business in Chicago. Now on the Board 
of Trade. Trustee of the Village of Evanston for eight years, and alderman of 
the City of Evanston, 1892-94. 

Married Sara C. Ravenhill, of Newark, N. J., 25 Jan. 1867. 

Children — Kathryn Courtney. 
Daniel Pancoast. 

Residence, 1705 Lincoln St., Evanston, 111. 

6. ELHANON JOHN SEARLE. 
Brother of No. 10. 

Bom 18 Jan. 1835, in Fairfield County, Ohio. Prepared in Rock River 
Seminary, Mt. Morris, 111. A. B. 1870, A. M. Hinman. During senior year 
studied law under John L. Beveridge, Esq., Chicago, and from Nov. 1859 to 
March 1861, in the office of Abraham Lincoln and William H. Herndon, Spring- 
field, 111. Enlisted in Co. H, 10th Illinois Cavalry, 23 Sept. 1861 ; served as 
private to Dec. 1861; promoted to 1st Lieutenant; transferred and promoted 
to Captain, Company M, 7 July 1862; Lieutenant-Colonel, in 1st Ark. Inf., 
Feb. 1863; mustered out 10 Aug. 1865; commanded important posts; for sev- 
eral months provost marshal of a sub-military dept. and often served upon 
military commissions and courts martial. Lawyer ever since the war. In 
Arkansas, 1866-76, being state's attorney in judicial circuit composed of nine 
counties, Jan. 1866-Jan. 1867, circuit judge in same circuit, Feb. 1867 to 
Jan. 1871, and associate justice of supreme court from Jan. 1871 to 1876; 
member of State Board of Education of Arkansas, 1872-76, and trustee of 
State University, 1870-76. Followed legal profession in St. Louis, Mo., 1876- 
1881 ; in Illinois, 1881 . 

Married Kate Pierce, 1 April 1863, at Springfield, 111^ 

Children — Charles J., born 16 May 1866. 
Blanche, born 26 April 1875. 

Residence, 2602, 8^ Ave., Rock Island, 111. 

CLASS OF 1860. 

6. *ALPHONSO CLARK LINN. 
Bom 4 Sept. 1836, at Windsor, Maine. Prepared in Lee Center Academy 
and Mount Morris Seminary. A. B. 1863, A. M. Tutor in Mathematics and 



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Latin, Northwestern University, 1860-64. Enlisted 4 May 1864, as Captain 
of Co. F, locally known as "University Guards," 134th Reg., Illinois Infantry. 
Died of typhoid fever in camp at Columbus, Ky., 10 July 1864. 

7. WILLIAM ALEXANDER LORD. 

Born 31 Aug. 1838, at Rochester, N. Y. Prepared at Evanston, 111. A. B. 
Phi Delta Theta. First Lieutenant 13th (renumbered 5th) Mo. Cavalry, 
Dec. 1861 ; resigned 16 Aug. 1862. Enlisted as Captain of Co. H, 14th 111. 
Cavalry, 6 Feb. 1863; mustered out 31 July 1865. Became Major on staffs 
of Major-General George Stoneman and Brigadier-General G. W. Schofield. 
Was captured, but escaped after 13 days; walked two hundred miles to safety. 
Brevetted Brigadier-General for gallant conduct. Practiced law, 1865-75; in 
mercantile pursuits, 1875-81 ; supt. Broadstreet's Western Agency, 1881-88 ; 
sec. and treas. James Walsh Mercantile Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1889. 

Married (1) Sarah Camp, 18 April 1869. (2) Ellen J. Seger, 11 Aug. 1872. 

Children — Willie D., born in 1870. 

Bessie M., bom in 1873; died. 

Address unknown. 

8. HOMER ALURED PLIMPTON. 

Born 11 June 1838, at North East, Erie Co., Pa. Prepared at Painesville 
(O.) Academy. Entered from Oberlin College. A. B. Hinman; Phi Delta 
Theta. Taught school at Sterling, 111., 1860-61. Enlisted as private in Co. 
G, 39th 111. Vol. Inf., 14 Aug. 1861; re-enlisted as veteran, 1 Jan. 1864; First 
Lieutenant, 29 Oct. 1864; Captain, 5 Dec. 1864; Major, 11 May 1865; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, 6 June 1865; mustered out as Major, 16 Dec. 1865. In Inter- 
nal Revenue Dept. service, Chicago, 1865-80. Supt. of the Anglo-American 
Mining Co., Red Cliff, Colo. Miner, cattle raiser and fruit grower. Sec. of 
the Perris (Cal.) Irrigation District. Postmaster. 
Married Sophia Wood, 23 Dec. 1868, at Chicago, 111. 
Children — Grace Sophia, born 17 Nov. 1869. 

Mary Elizabeth (Alabaster), born 2 Mar. 1871 (wife of No. 

642.) 
Helen Louise, born 3 May 1875. 
Stella Gertrude, born 17 Sept. 1877. 
Homer Wood, born 14 Dec. 1883. 
Residence, Riverside, Cal. 

9. WILLIAM H. H. RALEIGH. 

Born 20 Nov. 1839, near Cambridge, Md. Prepared at Cambridge (Md.) 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph. B. Phi Delta Theta. En- 
tered the Confederate Army, Jan. 1862. Served as Sergeant-Major, Brevet 
Lieutenant, and Adjutant in 1st Battalion Artillery, General Stonewall 
Jackson's and General Ewell's corps, 1862-65; brevetted Major at close of 
war; was in nearly every fight from first seven days about Richmond to 
surrender of General Lee ; wounded several times. Was one of the 6500 who 
surrendered at Appomattox. Was judge of credits, Hodges Bros., Baltimore, 
Md., 1865-1884. Engaged in law and collections in Baltimore since 1865; 



62 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1860 

manager and proprietor of Merchants' Protection, Credit and Collection Bu- 
reau, Baltimore. 

Married Nannie Edwards, 22 Feb. 1869; she died 8 June 1896. 

Child— Florence, born 14 April 1870; died 9 Dec. 1874. 

Residence, Mount Royal Apartments, Baltimore, Md. 

Office, 10 Hopkins Place, Baltimore, Md. 

10. *ELMORE QUINN SEARLE. 
Brother of No. 5. 

Born in March 1837, in Fairfield County, Ohio. Prepared in Rock River 
Seminary, Mt. Morris, Illinois. A. B. Taught in public schools of Central 
Illinois until he entered the U. S. Army. Enlisted in Company M, 10th 
Illinois Cavalry, 1 Nov. 1861. Served as Sergeant to date of discharge, 16 
Aug. 1862. Discharged on account of disability contracted in service, and died 
soon after in Minnesota, where he had gone to recover health. His brother 
writes of him: "He was an uncommonly brave and patriotic soldier, and 
had he not been disabled, would have been rapidly promoted on his merits." 

Died in 1862, in Minnesota. 

11. MELVILLE COX SPAULDING. 

Bom 3 Jan. 1836, at Boston, Mass. Prepared at Alexander College, Iowa. 
A. B. Hinman. Admitted to the bar just before the war, but never practiced 
law. Served in Co. A, 46th Iowa Infantry, from May 1865 to close of war. 
Literary work and real estate business after the war until 1885; since then 
practicing and teaching Christian Science. Author of "The Eighteen Ameri- 
can Administrations," 1871, and of "Statistics of the United States." 

Married Elvira Wetherbee of Rockingham, Vt., 18 Dec. 1866. 

Residence, 406 Oak St., Columbus, O. 

12. FRANCIS ASBURY SPRINGER. 

Born 13 Nov. 1839, at Portland, Me. Prepared at Hallowell Academy 
and Maine Wesleyan Seminary. A. B. 1863, A. M. Alpha Delta Phi- Phi Beta 
Kappa. Principal of Carlinville (111.) school, 1860-61 ; Professor of Ancient 
Languages, Rock River Seminary, Mt. Morris, 111., 1861-62; in government 
service and teaching, Washington, D. C, 1862-63; clerical work in Treas- 
ury Dept., 1863-69; principal West End Academy, 1869-72; private tutor, 
1872-76; teacher in public schools and principal of night high school, 1876-97; 

private tutor and employed in census office, 1897 . 

Married Annie Virginia Bates, 3 Oct. 1866, at Washington, D. C. 
Children— RoBE-RT Francis, born 10 July 1867; died 13 Oct. 1868. 
Frank Bates, born 17 Feb. 1869; died 25 July 1870. 
Sarah Louise (Proctor), born 1 Oct. 1871. 
Charles A., bom 19 Feb. 1874. 
William E., born 4 Nov. 1876. 
Edward L., born 4 Aug. 1879. 
Frank Asbury, Jr., born 27 Feb. 1882. 
Residence, 516 Spruce St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 




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13. *HART LE LUCH STEWART. 

In college, 1856-60. A. B. 1863, A. M. 1863, diploma from Garrett Bib- 
lical Institute. Phi Delta Theta. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 1863-64. 
Attorney at law, 1864-69. 

Died 15 Feb. 1869, at Evanston, 111. 

CLASS OF 1861. 
14. *JAMES WILLIAM HANEY. 

Born 24 Jan. 1840, at Bloomington, 111. Prepared at Mount Morris Semi- 
nary and Hedding College. A. B. 1864, A. M. First alumnus to receive D. D. 
from the University (1886). Phi Delta Theta; Phi Beta Kappa. Captain in 
72d Regiment, Illinois Vols. Enlisted 21 Aug. 1862; resigned 16 Oct. 1862. 
Practiced law. Clergyman,' Methodist Episcopal. Preached in Central Illinois 
Conference, 1863-1900; presiding elder of Streator District for six years. 
Trustee of Northwestern University, 1878-1900, elected by Central Illinois 
Conference. 

Married Jane E. Sherman, 18 June 1862, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Nellie, born 27 March 1863. 

Ad ALINE Sophia, born 25 Aug. 1865. 
Richard S., born 20 April 1873. 
Mary Leslie, bom 5 Jan. 1875. 
Died 5 April 1900, at Galva, 111. 

16. *MARTIN MOHLER. 

Born 20 March 1830, at Mechanicsburg, Pa. Prepared at PerryviUe 
Academy, Pa., and Rock River Seminary, 111. A. B. Principal of high school 
Lewiston, Pa., 1863-64. Supt. of schools and principal of Kishocoquillas 
Seminary, 1865-71. Abandoned teaching on account of ill health, and re- 
moved to Osborne, Kan., 1872. Treasurer Osborne Co., Kan., 1878-82. 
Secretary of Kansas State Board of Agriculture, 1888-1894. President Kan- 
sas State Sunday School Association, 1897. 

Married Lucina M. Hoover, of Lewistown, Pa., 7 May 1862. 
Children— Wi-LLiXM A., born 18 July 1863; died 31 Oct. 1864. 
Margaret L., born 26 April 1869. 
Laura M., born 8 March 1871. 
Jacob C, born 7 April 1875. 
Frank L., born 29 Sept. 1880. 
Died 20 March 1903, at Topeka, Kan. 

16. *WILLIAM ANSON SPENCER. 

Born 6 Sept. 1840, at Rock Island, 111. Prepared at Rock River Seminary, 
Mt. Morris, 111., and Iowa College. A. B. 1864, A. M. 1867, B. D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. 1885, D. D., ibid. Hinman; Phi Beta Kappa. Enlisted 
3 Oct. 1861, as private in Co. F, 8th 111. Cavalry. Became Chaplain, 8 Aug. 
1863; mustered out 17 July 1865. Clergyman, Methodist' Episcopal. In 
1873-74 made tour of world with Bishop Harris; preached in Central 111. 



64 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1861 

and Rock River Conferences; presiding elder, Sterling, Rock River Confer- 
ence, 1881-85; lived in Philadelphia, 1885-1901; elected to General Confer- 
ence of 1884 and 1888; elected asst. cor. sec. Board of Church Extension, 
Nov. 1885; cor. sec.,iMay 1892. Trustee^of Northwestern University, 1879-97 
and 1899-1901, elected by Rock River Conference. For twelve years editor 
of Christianity in Earnest, a bimonthly devoted to Church Extension, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Married Eliza Boyle Sargent of Rock Island, 111., 21 Sept. 1868. 
Children — Clarissa Hale, born 19 Dec. 1870. 

John William, born 25 July 1875 ; died 6 Sept. 1875. 
Charles Hopkins, born 18 MHy 1877. 
Edward Mitchell, born 18 April 1878. 
Robinson, born 10 Nov. 1881. 
William Anson, born 12 Jan. 1888. 
Died 25 Sept. 1901, at Philadelphia, Pa. 

17. *WARREN TAPLIN. 

Born 16 June 1834, at East Corinth, Vt. A. B. 1860, B. D., Garrett Bibli- 
cal Institute. First Principal of the Preparatory School of Northwestern 
University, 1860-62. Pastor of Methodist Episcopal church, Yorkville, 111., 
1862-65. 

Died 19 Oct. 1865. 

18. *JOHN CHALMERS WILSON. 

Entered college from Belle Prairie, 111. Ph. B, 
Died prior to 1877. 

CLASS OF 1862. 
19. *ROBERT BENTLEY. 

Bom 6 May 1838, at Cambridge, England. Came from England to Lock- 
port, 111., when twelve years old. A. B. 1865, A. M. 1863, B. D., Garrett Bib- 
lical Institute. D. D., ibid. Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal, at Chicago and Rockford, 111., 1863-68, and later in California. Pre- 
siding elder of Oakland and Sacramento Districts, California Conference. 
Gave thirty-seven years of unbroken service to the Church, thirty-two of them 
on the Pacific coast. Among the charges he filled were : Centenary Church, 
Chicago; South Rockford, 111.; Ada St. Church, Chicago; Oakland, Sacra- 
mento and San Jose, Cal. ; Portland, Ore. -' 

Married Frances A. Harvey of Chicago in 1863. 

Children — Robert Irving. Edward F. 

Grace H. ; died. Mary I. ; died. 

Charles H. May F. 

Died 28 Sept. 1900, in Berkeley, Cal. 

20. *BENNET BUCKMAN BOTSFORD. 

Bom 3 Aug. 1840, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph. B. Phi Delta Theta. In the hardware business with J. K. 



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Botsford & Sons, Chicago, until 1871 ; wholesale millinery business with D. B. 
Fisk & Co., Chicago, 1871-98. Sergeant in Col. Ellsworth's U. S. Zouave 
Cadets. 

Married Myra C. Fisk, 2 Sept. 1869, in Chicago. 

Children — Bertha Fisk (Harvey), born 2 Oct. 1875. 

Marion Kent, born 20 Feb. 1884; died 30 Dec. 1887. 

Died 28 March 1898, in Chicago, 111. 

21. ISAAC WILLIAMS McCASKY. 

Father of Nos. 667, 897, 970. 

Born 6 Sept. 1839, at LaPorte, Ind. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A. B. 1865, A. M. Phi Beta Kappa. Enlisted 12 Sept. 1862, as 
Sergeant in Co. I, 87th Regiment of Indiana Volunteers; promoted to 
Sergeant Major; served 1862-64; severely wounded at Chickamauga, 20 
Sept. 1863. Taught school in Indiana; connected with Revenue Depart- 
ment, Chicago, 1872-87; since then in dry goods business. 
Married Louise Woodford of Dixon, 111., 6 Sept. 1870. 
CMZdren— Harriet L., born 12 July 1872. (No. 667) . 

Katherine E., born 22 Nov. 1874. (No. 897). 
Franklin W., born 16 June 1876. (No. 970). 
Eliza A., born 30 Nov. 1880; died 16 Jan. 1882. 
Grace E., born 25 Mar. 1885. 
Residence, 790 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

22. *HENRY GOODRICH MEACHAM. 

Born 8 Jan. 1841, at Maine, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A. B. Enlisted 25 July 1862, as Sergeant in Co. I, 88th Regiment 
Illinois Volunteers; promoted to 2d Lieutenant, 17 Jan. 1863. 

Died 1 April 1863, at Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

23. HENRY ALONZO PEARSONS. 
Brother of No. 519 and father of No. 830. 

Born 14 Aug. 1843, at Bradford, Vt. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. Sigma Chi. President of Alumni Association, 
1890-91. Enlisted as Private in Co. F, 8th Illinois Cavalry, 2 Sept. 1861 ; soon 
promoted to 1st Sergeant; 2nd Lieutenant, 1 March 1864; 1st Lieutenant, 
5 Jan. 1865. Mustered out 22 July 1865. Since the war in real estate busi- 
ness, also loan broker and banker. Trustee of Northwestern University, 
1880-90. Graduated 1866 as of class of 1862. 

Married Catherine J. West of Uniontown, Pa., 3 Jan. 1867. 

Child— Rahhy PuTNAM,»^born 15 Jan. 1873. (No. 830). 

Residence, 1718 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

24. WILLIAM FRANKLIN ROSE. 

Born 21 April 1835, at Victor, N. Y. Prepared at Albion, Mich. A. B: 
1870, A. M. Clergyman in Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and South Dakota. 



66 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1862 

Married Sarah E. Devendorf of Lowell, Mich., 16 May 1864. She died 16 
May 1874. 

Child— MiNA, born 23 February 1865. 
Residence unknown. ^ ' 

25. DAVID STERRETT. 

Bom 30 Aug. 1836, at Pinegrove Mills, Pa. Prepared at Central Acade- 
my, Port Royal, Pa. A. B. 1870, A. M. One year service with Co. C, 131st 
Pa. Inf. Practiced law in Pa.; at Lewistown, 1864; at Franklin, 1865-71; at 
Oil City, 1871-77; at Smethport, 1877-88; a^ Washington, since 1888. 
Married Emma Clarke Brooks of Pittsburg, Pa., 30 June 1868. 
Children— Martha B., born 12 April 1869; died 30 Sept. 1875. 
Charles Clarke, born 1870. 
RuFus A., born 1873; died 26 Sept. 1896. 
Walter B., born 1876. 
Malcolm, born 1878. 

Marion, born 1880. (In college, 1900 .V 

Louis E., born 1883. 
Residence, Washington, Pa. 

CLASS OF 1863. 

26. HENRY MARTYN BANNISTER. 
Brother of Nos. 51 and 383. 

Born 25 July 1844, at Cazenovia, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph. B. 1869, A. M. Phi Beta Kappa. M. D., Medical 
Dept. of Columbia University. Connected with Smithsonian Institution, 
Washington, D. C, 1864-73. Editor, with Dr. J. S. Jewell, of Journal of Nerv- 
ous and Mental Diseases, 1874-81. Physician at Kankakee Insane Asylum, 
1881-92. Since that time interested in medical work in and near Chicago; at 
present connected with editorial work on Journal of American Medical Asso- 
ciation. 

Published articles in Illinois Geological Survey, Report of 1868-69 ; United 
States Geological Survey of the Territories, Report of 1872; Transactions of the 
Chicago Academy of Science, 1867; also chapters in Hare's ''System of Practi- 
cal Therapeutics," and Wood's "Reference Handbook of Medical Science," 
2d edition, 1902. Translated Regis' "Manual of Mental Medicine," 1894. 
Joint author with Dr. D. R. Brower of a "Practical Manual of Insanity," 1902. 

Married Delia C. Ladd of Chicago, June 1887. 

Child— RvTH D., bom 19 Jan. 1889. 

Residence, 828 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111. 

27. *ALMUS BUTTERFIELD. 
Brother of Nos. 53 and 111. 

Born 24 July 1840, at Hopkinton, N. H. Prepared at Rock River Semi- 
nary, Mt. Morris, 111. A. B. Hinman; Phi Kappa Psi. Sergeant in Co. I, 
140th Regiment Illinois Volunteers; enlisted 28 April 1864; mustered out 29 



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R ' 

I^K Oct. 1864. Druggist at Durand and Chicago, 111., 1865-77. Commission 

I^K merchant, Chicago, 1879-96. 
IH Died 21 February 1896. 



CLASS OF 1864. 

28. *FREDERIC JAMES HUTCHINGS. 



Entered from Northfield, 111. In college, 1860-64. Ph. B. Farmer, 
Northfield, III., 1870. 

Died 11 November 1891. 

29. *MILTON CUSHING SPRINGER. 
Father of No. 594. 

Bom in 1837, at Hennepin, 111. A. B. 1867, A. M. 1864, B. D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Phi Kappa Psi. Enlisted 31 May 1864, as 1st Lieutenant 
in Co. F, 134th Illinois Infantry; Captain after death of Captain Linn, 10 
July 1864; mustered out 25 Oct. 1864. Principal of Hedding Seminary, 
Abingdon, 111., 1870. 

Married Mary E. Ward. 

Child— Gi^ouge W., born 14 Dec. 1868. (No. 594.) 

Died 26 Dec. 1890, at Wilmette, 111. 

30. GEORGE EGERTON STROBRIDGE. 
Brother of No. 44. 

Born 4 Feb. 1839. Prepared at Woodward High School, Cincinnati, O. 
A. B. 1867, A. M. 1866, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1882, D. D., ibid. 
Phi Gamma Detta; Phi Beta; Kappa. Valedictorian in Garrett Biblical 
Institute. Enlisted 2 May 1864, as 2d Lieutenant in Co. F, 134th Illinois Inf.; 
promoted 'to 1st Lieutenant, 10 July 1864; mustered out 25 Oct. 1865. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Rock River Conference and in Kentucky, 
New York and Connecticut. Author of biography "Daniel Parish Kidder." 
(Hunt & Eaton, N. Y.) 

Married Kate M. Kidder at Evanston, 27 Nov. 1866. 
Children — Harriette H. (Hurst), born 16 Oct. 1867. 

Marie Mehetabel, born 10 Sept. 1869; died 19 April 1894. 
Robert, born 10 Oct. 1877. 
George, born 24 June 1883. 
jsidence, 317 E. 118th St., New York, N. Y. 

CLASS OF 1865. 

31. CHARLES CUSHMAN BRAGDON. 
Brother of Nos. 62 and 90. 

Born 6 Sept. 1847, at Auburn, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1868, A. M. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Enlisted as private in Co. F, 134th 111. Inf., 11 May 1864; mustered out 25 
Oct. 1864. Taught in Williamsport, Pa., 1865-67; Mendota, 111., 1867; Cin- 



68 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1865 

cinnati, O., 1868-72; Aurora, 111., 1873. Student in Germany, 1872-74 and 

1886-87. Around the world, 1890-91. Principal Lasell Seminary, 1874 . 

On editorial staff of Little Corporal, 1868. 

Married Kate Ransom of WiUiamsport, Pa., 30 June 1869. 

Children — Katherine Belle, born 15 March 1874. 
John Ransom, born 30 Aug. 1875. 

Residence, Auburndale, Mass. 

32. *MELVIN AUGUSTINE PINGREE. 

Born 7 Sept. 1845, at Woolwich, Me. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. Phi Kappa Psi. Acting chief clerk and private 
secretary to Mr. Harlan, Secretary of the Interior. 

Died 23 August 1866, at Memphis, Tenn. 

33. ELBERT BARTLETT WHEELER. 

Bom 26 Sept. 1841, at Elk Grove, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph. B. Phi Kappa Psi. Enlisted as private in Co. F, 
134th 111. Inf., 6 May 1864; mustered out 25 Oct. 1864. Teacher, civil engi- 
neer and surveyor. 

Married (1) Nancy L. Skinner, 26 Dec. 1873; she died in 1882. (2) Louise 
Fredericks of Wheaton, 111., 2 Sept. 1886. 
Children — Fanny, born 12 July 1875. 
Linn E., bom 8 Nov. 1876. 
Emily M., bora 27 April 1878. 
Amie L., born 15 July 1888. 
Elbert B., born 8 March 1890. 
Cherie R., born 13 April 1892. 
Marie Aline, born 7 Dec. 1897. 
Residence, Arlington Heights, 111. 



CLASS OF 1866. 

34. JAMES FRAKE. 

Bom 29 March 1841, at Loughborough, England. Prepared at North- 
western University Academy. A. B. 1869, A. M. 1869, LL. B., Chicago 
University Law School. Hinman; Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. First 
alumnus elected to serve on Board of Trustees of the University; served, 1874- 
94. Member of Chicago Board of Education, 1870-80. Practicing law in^Chi- 
cago since 1869. Trustee of Centenary M. E. church, Chicago, now and for 
many years. Published article on "Early Justices of the Peace of Cook 
County" in one of the histories of Chicago, a few years ago. 
Married Evelyn Allen, 30 Dec. 1874, at Elk Grove, 111. 
Children— Jambs, Jr., bom 3 Sept. 1876; died 31 Dec. 1881. 
Allen, born 12 April 1882. 
Evelyn, born 8 Feb. 1884 ; died 2 May 1886. 
Emily, bom 11 Aug. 1886. 
Residence, 625 Fulton St. ; office, 29, 132 La SaUe St., Chicago, 111. 






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35. LISTON HOUSTON PEARCE. 



Bom 27 May 1838, near Springfield, O. Prepared at Fort Wayne College 
and NorthwesternJUniversity Academy. 1865, Ph. B. 1866, A. B. Adelphic; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 1870, A. M. 1866, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1887, 
D. D. Grant University. Served as Chaplain in 132d 111. Inf. full 
term of regiment, five months. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates 
in Michigan, Virginia, Maryland and New York. Presiding elder of Geneva 
District, Central N. Y. Conference, 1897-1903. Published a book on travels 
in Europe, Palestine and the Orient, 1887. 

Married (1) Jennie M. Wheeler, 14 Nov. 1867, at Chicago, 111. She died 
5 March 1886, at Baltimore, Md. (2) Mrs. Katherine A. Oler, 16 Dec. 1889, 
at Baltimore, Md. 

Children— KiTTiii, born 2 May 1869; died in 1870. 
Etha Ette, born 1870. 
Walter Chandler, born in 1873. 

Residence, Clifton Springs, N. Y. . 

36. JOSEPH CONABLE THOMAS. 

Born 26 Oct. 1833, near New Woodstock, N. Y. Prepared at Cazenovia 
(N. Y.) Seminary. A. B. 1866, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1869, A. M. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Chaplain of 88th Illinois Volunteer Infantry for nearly 
three years, ending 9 June 1865. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal ; member of 
New York East Conference since 1867. Filled various appointments on Long 
Island, 1867-77; pastor of Leonard St. church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877; health 
failed; became supernumerary. On editorial staff of New York Christian 
Advocate, 1879-92. Librarian of Methodist Library of New York City since 
1890. 

Address, 150 Fifth Ave., Manhattan, New York, N. Y. 

37. ARTHUR JAMES WHEELER. 

Born 25 Sept. 1841, at Strait's Lake, Mich. Prepared at Mich. State Nor- 
mal School and at Evanston. A. B. 1869, A. M. Adelphic. 1870, B. D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. 1899, Ph. D., McKendree College. Graduate 
student in philosophy. Northwestern University, 1892-94. Clergyman, Meth- 
odist Episcopal. President Eau Claire Wesleyan Seminary, Wis., 1866-67; 
pastor at Sheboygan, Wis., 1867-68; at Frankfort, Mich., 1870-71; at She- 
boygan, 1871-72; at Cadillac City, Mich., 1872-73; at Old Mission, 1873-75; 
at Saranac, 1875-77; at Orange, 1877-79; at Caledonia, 1879-81; at Casnovia, 
1881-83; at Byron Center, 1883-85; at Sparta, 1885-87; at Grand Rapids, 
1887-91; at Spring Lake, 1891-93; at Bangor, 1893-96; at Watervliet, 1896- 
99; at Berrien Springs, 1899-1900; at White Pigeon, Mich., since 1900. 

Married Dorlisca J. Adams, 18 Oct. 1875, at Saranac, Mich. 

Children— F-LOY, born 18 April 1878 ; died 4 Sept. 1889. 
Lorraine (adopted), born 8 Dec. 1875. 

Residence, White Pigeon, Mich. 



70 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1867 

CLASS OF 1867. 

38. JOHN WILLIAM BISSELL. 

Bom 4 August 1843, at Prescott, Canada. Prepared at Rock River Semi- 
nary, Mt. Morris, lU. Ph. B. 1870, A. M. 1874, D. D., Iowa Wesleyan 
University. Professor of Latin and Greek, Northern Indiana College, South 
Bend, Indiana, 1867-68; principal of Brookston Academy, 1868-70. Student 
Garrett Biblical Institute, 1871. Pastor at New Hampton, Iowa, 1871-72. 
Professor in Upper Iowa University, 1872-73. Acting President, 1873-74. 
President, 1874-99. Traveling in Englan(f and Europe, 1895; in Egypt and 
Palestine, 1900. Pastor Methodist Episcopal church, Charles City, Iowa, 
1900-1902; at Waterloo, la., 1902 . 

Married Emma E. Rockafeller, 28 June 1869. 

CMWren— William, born 1870; died 1872. 
James, born 1872. 

Residence, Waterloo, Iowa. 

39. JOHN HOWARD BROOKS. 

Bom 15 December 1842, at Tuckahoe, N. J. Prepared at Hudson River 
Institute, Claverack, N. Y. 1860-62, student at Wesleyan University, Mid- 
dletown. Conn. A. B. 1868, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; preached in Wisconsin Conference, 1869-85; in North 

Nebraska Conference, 1885 . 

Married Lizzie McCullough, 25 December 1870. 
Children — William H., born 1875; died. 
John M., born 1876; died. 
Spencer B. M., born 1877. 
Frances Gertrude, born 1880. 
Residence, Wakefield, Nebraska. 

40, WILLIAM CHARLES COMSTOCK. 

Bom 20 Oct. 1847, at Oswego, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1870, A. M. Phi Kappa Psi. President of Alumni 
Association, 1875. In grain business in Chicago, 1868-93. 

Married Eleanora K. Douglas of Evanston, 8 Sept. 1868. 

Residence (summer). Auditorium Hotel, Chicago, 111.; (winter). Winter- 
park, Fla. 

41. *MORTON CULVER. 
Father of No. 705. 

Born 30 Aug. 1841, at Niles, 111. Prepared in Chicago High School. A. B. 
1870, A. M. Phi Kappa Psi. Enlisted 12 May 1864 in Co. A, 134th 111. Inf. 
and served until 25 October, when he was mustered out. Lieutenant in 1st 
lU. Militia. Student in Union College of Law, Chicago. Taught school; sold 
real estate; practiced law; published a history of Chicago. 

Married Eugenia M. Taylor of Loda, 111., 25 Dec. 1865. 



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Children— JiAnuY N., born 18 Sept. 1866. 

Genia M., born 16 Dec. 1868. 

Morton T., born 2 Dec. 1870. 

Alvin H., born 9 March 1873. (No. 705.) 

Delphia M., born 19 Jan. 1875. 

John R., bom 28 Feb. 1878. 

Arthur E., born 10 April 1880. 

Roger S., born 10 March 1882. 
Died 28 Feb. 1899. 

42. JOHN ELLIS. 
Father op No. 951. 

Born 25 June 1843, at New Bedford, Mass. Prepared in Wilbraham 
Academy, Mass. A. B. 1870, A. M. 1869, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Adelphic; Phi Kappa Psi. Taught in Northwestern University Preparatory 
School, two years. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. 
Later in Congregational church. Moved to Evanston in 1893 to educate his 
children. Acting editor Transatlantic Art Publishing Company of Chicago ; 
editor and chief author of a volume on Chicago'and the World's Columbian 
Exhibition. 

Married Ella H. Gary of Wheaton, 111., 4 Jan. 1870. 
Children — Albert Ainsworth, born March 1873; died Aug. 1874. 
Cora Evangeline, born 14 May 1875. (No. 951.) 
John Warfield, born 28 Aug. 1876. (In college 1893-96.) 

Edwin E., born 7 March 1883. (In college 1900 .) 

Residence, 1136 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

43. JOHN BEATIE MAC GUFFIN. 

Born 22 April 1844, at London, Can. Prepared at Rock River Seminary, 
Mt. Morris, 111. A. B. 1870, A. M. Phi Kappa Psi. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. President of Rock River Domestic 
Missionary Society since 1894. Pastor at Sheridan, 111., since 1902. 
Married Miss M. T. Laughlin of Bloomington, 111., in 1871. 
Children — Paul, born 2 May 1873. 
Ada, born 16 Dec. 1875. 
Ralph, born 16 Dec. 1878. 
Residence, Sheridan, 111. 



44. THOMAS RANSOM STROBRIDGE. 

Brother of No. 30. 

Born 3 June 1840, at Hamilton, Can. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1870, A. M. 1868, B. D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Six months in 134th Reg. of 111. 
Inf. Enlisted from sophomore class, 30 April 1864, as Corporal in Co. F, "Uni- 
versity Guards." Mustered out 25 Oct. 1864. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal; Rock River Conference. President of Anti-Saloon League, Elgin, 111., 
1899-1900. Since 1900, pastor at Harvard, 111. 



72 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1867 

Married Nellie M. Smith, at Oak Park, 111., 27 May 1874. 
Children — Jesse G., born 8 May 1878. 

Mary Louise, born 7 June 1880. 

Thomas Ralph, bom 30 May 1886. 
Residence, Harvard, III. * 

45. GEORGE WAITSTILL WINSLOW. 

Father of Nos. 1058 and 1314. 

Bom 4 Aug. 1842, at Southwick, Mass. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 

Aurora, 111. A. B. 1870, A. M. 1872, p. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Phi Beta Kappa. Principal Northwestern University Academy, 1869-73; 

preaching since in Rock River Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. 

Married Lizzie Spaulding of Springfield, Vt., 10 July 1871. 

Children — George Alman, bom 1 April 1873. 

Charles Spaulding, bom 22 Sept. 1876. (No. 1058). 
Annie Swift, born 1 Dec. 1878. (No. 1314). 
Residence, Morgan Park, 111. 



CLASS OF 1868. 

46. EDMUND WHITNEY BURKE. 
Brother of Nos. 91 and 158, and father of No. 1330. 

Bom 22 Sept. 1847, at Byron, 111. Prepared at Rockford High School and 
Mt. Morris Academy. A. B. Senior declamation prize. Phi Kappa Psi;' 
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi. 1871, A. M. Attended University of Michi- 
gan Law School, 1868-69. Professor of Latin and Greek in Mt. Morris Acad- 
emy, 1869-71. Since 1871 in legal profession in Chicago. Elected Judge of 
Circuit Court of Cook County, 3 Nov. 1893; re-elected, June 1897. Commis- 
sioned Justice of Branch Appellate Court of First District of Illinois, Dec. 
1902. 

Married Myra Webster, 5 Dec. 1878, at Rockford, 111. 

Children — Webster Harold, born 10 May 1881. (No. 1330). 

Ralph Haney, born 22 May 1884. (In college, 1900-02) . 

Residence, 759 Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

47. *FREDERICK JOSIAH HUSE. 

Born 30 Dec. 1847, at Dresden, Me. Prepared at' Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. Student Chicago Medical College, 1870-73; in 
Vienna, Paris and London, 1873-75. Supt. Hospital and Benefit Dept. of 
employees of Pacific system of S. Pac. Ry. Co., from Portland, Ore., to El 
Paso, Tex., 1888-90; also connected with Piano Mfg. Co., Chicago. 

Married (1) Sarah M. Gannon, 12 Dec. 1873, at Edinburgh, Scotland; she 
died 3 Jan. 1880. (2) Helen I. Clement, 14 June 1884, at Redwood, Cal. 

Children — Norman, born 1876; died. 
Charles G., bom 1878. 

Died 7 Aug. 1893, in Chicago, 111. 




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48. WILLIAM CARTER KNAPP. 

Born 10 March 1833, at Littleton, New Hampshire. Prepared at Newbury 
Seminary, Vt. A. B. 1871, A. M. Principal of Grand Prairie Seminary, 
Onarga, 111., 1868-69. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Fair- 
bury, 111., 1869-71; at Peoria, 1871-74; at Rock Island, 1875; various charges 
since. Prof, of Natural Science, Hedding College, 111., 1875-79. Published 
"Funeral Services," 1874. 

Married (1) Ellen A. Bronson at Burke, Vt., 19 Aug. 1859; she died 30 
June 1865. (2) Aurelia Seybold, 1867. 

Children — Ellen (Holston), bom 4 Aug. 1869. 

Charles Hale, born 24 Nov. 1872 ; died 27 March 1891. 
AuRELLA, born 25 Jan. 1881. 

Residence, Normal, 111. 



CLASS OF 1869. 

49. JACOB RANDOLPH ALLEN. 

Born 5 April 1838, at Laporte, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1872, A. M. Adelphic. 1870, B. D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Wisconsin 
Conference, 1870-72; since of Rock River Conference. Now in super- 
numerary relation. 

Married (1) Jennie Wallace, 6 Dec. 1870, at Downers Grove, 111. ; she died 
29 April 1884. (2) Hannah N. Corson, 23 April 1887, at Ashland, 111. 
Children — Leila, born 1873. 
Floy, born 1875. 
Ray Wallace, born 1879. 
Bessie, born 1881. 
Ralph Randolph, born 1889. 
Glenn Corson, born 1892. 
Sarah Frances, born 1897. 
Residence, Waterloo, la. 

60. ROBERT BAIRD. 
Father of No. 941 and No. 1321. 

Born 21 Jan. 1844, at Glasgow, Scotland. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A. B. 1870, A. M. Junior prize essay. Phi Kappa 
Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1902, LL. D., Syracuse University. In Leipzig and 
Berlin, 1872-74. Instructor in Northwestern University Preparatory School, 

1869-81 ; Professor of Greek, Northwestern University, 1881 . 

Married Sarah Heston, 12 July 1874, at Batavia, N. Y. 
Children — John ; died. 

Ruth (Mitchell), born 28 May 1876. (No. 941). 
Malcolm Heston, born 1 March 1880. (No. 1321). 

Robert W., born in 1883. (In college, 1901 .) 

Residence, 2206 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 



74 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1869 

51. *CHARLES KIMBALL BANNISTER. 
Brother of Nos. 26 and 383. 

Bom 14 Nov. 1847, at Cazenovia, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1872, A. M. Phi feappa Psi. Civil engineer, 
C. M. & St. P. R. R. ; also for Northwestern R. R. ; built Union Pacific short line; 
built great Ogden conduit. Retained as consulting engineer by Japanese 
government. 

Married Emma B. White of Evanston, Feb. 1874. 

Children — Edward White, born 3 July 1875. 
Emily, born 23 Oct. 1877. * 

Died 10 Jan. 1901, at Ogden, Utah. 

62. ANDREW BLASS BISHOP. 

Born 5 July 1836, at Verona, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A. B. 1872, A. M. 1869, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; preached in 
Minnesota, 1869-81. Student in Chicago Homeopathic Medical College and 
Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, 1881-83. 1883, M. D. Phy- 
sician, San Jose, Cal., 1883-98; same, Los Gatos, Cal., 1898 . President 

of Society of Modern Medicine and Surgery, San Jose, Cal. 

Married Eva L. Wells, 30 Oct. 1870, at Milwaukee, Wis. 

Children — George Wells, bom 25 Aug. 1873. 
Mabel Grace, bom 12 Dec. 1874. 
Maude Winnifred, bom 26 Feb. 1881 ; died 14 Jan. 1899. 

Residence, Los Gatos, Cal. 

53. WILLIS BUTTERFIELD. 
Brother of Nos. 27 and 111. 

Bom 5 Oct. 1848, at Paines Point, 111. Prepared in Rock River Seminary. 
A. B. 1872, A. M. 1872, M. D., Northwestern University Medical School 
Dept. Hinman; Phi Kappa Psi. Assistant physician Iowa State Hospital 
for Insane. Physician since 1875, at Barrington and Belvidere, 111. Surgeon 
for C. & N. W. R. R. Same for D. & Rio Grande R. R. 
Married Grace E. Wells, 18 June 1879. 
Children— Ada M., bom 1880. 

Willis, born 1882; died. 
Fanny May, born 1890. -« 

Janet, born 11 Jan. 1895. 
Residence, Belvidere, 111. 

54. HIRAM CURTISS. 

Bom 6 May 1836, at Cazenovia, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1872, A. M. Phi Gamma Delta. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; in Wisconsin and Nebraska Conferences; superannuated, 
1899. 

Married Fanny Bishop, 19 Feb. 1878, at Somers, Wis. 



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Children — Horace Burr, born 7 Feb. 1879. 

Hiram Glenn, born 25 May 1880. 

Phoenelle Bishop, born 30 Nov. 1881. 

Alida Grace, born 5 Jan. 1882. 

Victoria, bom 9 March 1884. 
Residence, Sutton, Neb. 

55. *ALBERT JOHN KENNICOTT. 



■■V Born 3 Sept. 1844, at Northfield, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 

versity Academy. Ph. B. Phi Kappa Psi. Taught four years. 
Married Fannie R. Woods of Mendota, 111., 24 Dec. 1870. 
Child — Willie ; died. 
Died 30 Dec. 1876, at Arlington Heights, 111. 

66. *WILLIAM MINER RAYMOND. 
Brother of Nos. 80 and 104. 

Born 25 Oct. 1846, in Boston, Mass. Prepared at Wilbraham (Mass.) 
Academy. A. B. Phi Kappa Psi. 1872, A. M. After graduation engaged 
in banking business in Chicago, 111., and in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Married Libbie Fox, at Salt Lake City. 

Children — Samuel; died. 
Marjorie. 

Died 5 Feb. 1896. 

57. CHARLES GARDINER ROOT. 

Born 27 Sept. 1845, at Remsen, N. Y. Prepared at Phillips Exeter 
Academy, N. H., and Northwestern University Academy. Ph. B. Phi 
Kappa Psi. Principal of Public Schools, CaHfornia, 1869-71. Since then in 
commercial pursuits. Vice-president and general manager of Adamant Manu- 
facturing Co. of America, Syracuse, N. Y. Vice-president and treasurer of 
Ohio Adamant Co., Cleveland, Ohio; chairman of Auditing Committee, Fort 
Dodge Plaster Co., Fort Dodge, Iowa; vice-president of Adamant Mfg. Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Married Mrs. D. B, Colclazer, of Indianapolis, Ind., 15 Jan. 1880. 

Children — Helen Mary Colclazer (step-daughter). 
Richard Weir, born 28 Oct. 1882. 

Residence, 108 Oak Grove St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

58. HENRY THOMPSON SCOVILL. 

Born 16 March 1840, at Camden, N. Y. Prepared at Rock River Semi- 
nary, Mt. Morris, 111. A. B. Phi Kappa Psi. 1870, B. D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. 1872, A. M. Enlisted 13 Aug. 1862 in Co. K, 92d Illinois 
Infantry for three years' service; discharged 2 Feb. 1863 on account of dis- 
ability. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Five years in Rock River Con- 
ference. In mercantile work in Nebraska, 1876-90. Since 1893, in U. S. 
customs service, Chicago. Member Jno. A. Logan Post of G. A. R. 



76 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1869 

Married Eveline G. Graves of Winnetka, 111., 31 Oct. 1870. 
Child — Melvin S., born 27 Jan. 1876. 
Residence, 1716 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



CLASS OF 1870. 

69. *WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON ADAMS. 

Bom 30 March 1840, at Effingham, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi. 1873, A. M. 1870 
B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1875, Dj»D., ibid. Enlisted 12 Aug. 1862, 
in Co. A, 111th 111. Inf. as Sergeant; promoted to 1st Lieutenant, U. S. Colored 
Heavy Artillery; advanced to Captain and to Major. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Pastor at Monticello, 1870-72; at Clinton until 1875. President 
of Illinois Wesleyan University, 1875-88. Pastor at Atlanta, 111., until March 
1890. 

Married (1) Sarah E. Campbell, 30 Aug. 1861 ; she died 14 Jan. 1866. (2) 
Hannah W. Concklin, 27 Aug. 1867. 

Children — Mary Ad aline, bom 29 June 1863; died. 
Sarah, born 5 Jan. 1866; died. 
Lulu M., bom 8 Dec. 1869. 
Grace G., born 23 Aug. 1871. 
Charles C, born 23 July 1873. 
Katharine K., born 11 Nov. 1874. 
Died 12 March 1890, at Hot Springs, Ark. 

60. WILLIAM DUDLEY BEST. 

Born 31 March 1845, at Germantown, W. Va. Prepared in Rock River 
Seminary and Northwestern University Academy. A. B. Delta Sigma Pi ; 
Adelphic. 1873, A. M. 1870, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at eight stations in Illinois Conference, 
1870-90. Presiding elder of Jacksonville District, 1890-96 ; pastor at Taylor- 

ville, 1896-98; at Delavan, 111., 1898-1901 ; at Buffalo, 111., 1901 . 

Married Fannie Stout, 1 Nov. 1870, at Byron, 111. 
Children — Flora Mae, born 12 Aug. 1871. 
Frank L., born 5 March 1875. 
Lunetta, born 20 Aug. 1877. 
Alice A., bom 11 April 1880. ^^ 

Residence. Buffalo, 111. 

61. ROLLIN PEAKE BLANCHARD. 

Bom 7 June 1843, at Bristol, Vt. Prepared at Hathaway Academy 
B. S. Lawyer; dealer in real estate. 

Married Sarah Caroline Carson of Chicago, 2 Oct. 1869. 
Children — Edith L, bom in 1874. 

Caroline E., born in 1876. 
Residence unknown. 



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62. MERRITT CALDWELL BRAGDON. 
Brother of Nos. 31 and 90, and father of No. 1145. 

Born 6 Jan. 1850, at Auburn, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A. B. 1873, A. M. 1873, M. D. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Professional study in Chicago Medical College, Hahnemann 
Medical College, Philadelphia, and in Vienna. Physician, Evanston, 111., since 
1873. Trustee of First M. E. church, Evanston; of Northwestern University 
since 1899. Member of State Medical Society and American Institute of 
Homeopathy. 

Married Elizabeth Wayne Byerly, at Philadelphia, 6 June 1876. 
Children — Elizabeth, born 25 Aug. 1878. (No. 1145). 
Wayne, bom 15 Aug. 1880 ; died 8 July 1884. 
Charles Ridgaway, born 12 Sept. 1884. (In college 1901-). 
Sara Frances, bom 3 May 1886. 
Merritt C, Jr., born 19 Nov. 1892. 
Residence, 1709 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

63. THOMAS CRAVEN. 

Bom 28 March 1844, at Buckley, North Wales. Prepared in North- 
western University Academy. A. B. 1873, A. M. 1872, B. D., Garrett Bib- 
lical Institute. Missionary at Lucknow, India, until 1885; at Calcutta until 
1887; at Naini Tal, 1887-93. Originated Sunday schools among natives of 
India. Presiding elder four years. Agent of Methodist publishing 
house for twenty years. Member of municipality of Lucknow. Trustee 
Theological School, Boys' and Girls' School, Naini Tal, India. Compiled 
series of diglot dictionaries (English and Hindustani), 1880-85; 250,000 sold 
in a few years. Compiled many day and Sunday school books for mission 
field. Edited Sunday school and church weekly. Originated Woman's 
Friend, of India, now issued in five languages. 

Married Jennie M. Wells of Chittenango, N. Y., 20 July 1870. 
Children— Theodora T. (Hazzard), born 9 March 1872. (Wife of No. 
814). 
Henry W., born 27 Nov. 1873. 
Jennie W., born 25 Jan. 1875. 
Merritt B., born 30 Dec. 1876. 
Residence, 718 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 



64. MICHAEL FINITY. 

forn 4 July 1839, in Washington Co., Md. Enlisted 30 Sept. 1861 in Co. 
\ 13th Illinois Cavalry, and served through the war. Prepared at Jennings 
Seminary, Aurora. A. B. Adelphic. 1874, A. M. 1872, B. D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Illinois Conference, 
1872-80. Supt. of U. S. Indian School in Indian Territory, 1883-85. Justice 
of Peace and Police Magistrate of Lajunta, Colo. Practicing law. 
Residence, Lajunta, Colo. 



78 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1870 

65. JOSEPH HAMILTON GILL. 

Born 27 March 1844, at Strabane, County Tyrone, N. Ireland. Prepared 
in Northwestern University Academy. A. B. A^elphic. 1873, A. M. 1871 
B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Post-graduate student Boston University, 
1889. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Missionary to India since 1871. 
President N. India Conference, 1888. Secretary of same, 1891-2. Presiding 
elder of Garhwal District since Jan. 1895. Member of the Garhwal district 
board by appointment of Lieutenant Governor. 

Published Gospel of St. Matthew in Garhwali dialect, 1875; ''Hindi First 
Book," 7 editions; pamphlet on "Marriage in India," 1893; has a grammar of 
Garhwali dialect in manuscript. 

Married Mary Elizabeth Ensign, 6 Sept. 1871, at Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Children — Francis H., born 3 March 1873. 
Benson E., born 28 May 1874. 
William G., bom 7 Oct. 1875. 
Eleanor, bom 9 Feb. 1877; died 22 April 1893. 
James R., born 17 Nov. 1879. (In college 1898-01). 
Harry H., born 14 Dec. 1883. 
Residence, Bareilly, N. P., India. 

66. *IRA BELKNAP HENRY. 

Born 2 Aug. 1839, at Greenfield, Pa. Prepared at Mt. Morris, 111. A. B. 
1874, A. M. 1870, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Served in Civil War. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; preached in Illinois until Dec. 1878, among 
his charges being University Church in Bloomington and Trinity Church in 
Quincy. Removed to San Antonio, Tex., on account of ill health. Pastor 
at Mason, Tex. 

Married Nellie L. Case, Aug. 1870. 

Children — Hattie, born in 1871. 
Rush, born in 1873. 

Died 11 Aug. 1890, at Mason, Tex. 

67. ALBERT DARWIN LANGWORTHY. 

Born 24 Oct. 1850, at Sinclairville, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A. B. Adelphic; Sigma Chi. Three months irregu- 
lar service with 134th Reg. 111. Vol. Infantry. Real estate and loans, Chi- 
cago, since graduation, except 1878-80, when in St. Louis, Mo. 

Married Emma Anderson, 10 July 1894, in Chicago. 

Child — Bessie, born 25 Jan. 1896. 

Residence, 2043 Kenmore Ave. ; office, 620 Reaper Block, Chicago, 111. 

68. AMOS WILLIAMS PATTEN. 
Father of No. 779. 

Born 11 Feb. 1848, at Baltimore, Md. Prepared at Baltimore City 
College. A. B. 1873, A. M. 1871, B. D. and D. D., Garrett Biblical 
Institute. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. Lunt and Hurd prizes. Studied at 



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Leipsic and Berlin. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Confer- 
ence since 187L Pastorates at Crete, Lockport, Chicago, Dixon, Evanston, 
Englewood, Aurora, Joliet, Hyde Park. Professor of Biblical Instruction, 
Northwestern University, since 1899. Trustee of Northwestern University, 
1887-99, elected by Rock River Conference. Author of articles in religious 
press, and of pamphlets; editor of a revised edition of Prof. Chas. W. Ben- 
nett's work, "Christian Archaeology." Published ''Archaeology of Baptism" 
in Methodist Review, 1901 ; "Some Early Christian Fragments," ibid., 1903. 

Married (1) Belle R. Harrison of Monticello, Wis., 5 Dec. 1871; she died 11 
April 1875. (2) Ella S. Prindle (No. 291) at Evanston, 111., 25 Oct. 1883. 

Children— HAumsoN E., born 29 May 1873. (No. 779). 
Clarence B., born 1875; died 1875. 

Emma, born 17 Sept. 1885. (In college 1902 .) 

Helen, born 6 Oct. 1888. 

Residence, 616 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

69. *WILLIAM PLESTED. 

Born 11 Dec. 1842, at Chatham, Canada. Prepared at Albert College, 
Ont. A. B. 1874, A. M. Clergyman until 1881 ; afterward in grocery busi- 
ness; land attorney and pension agent at Trinidad, Colo. 
Married Alice Gordon of New York City, 6 Oct. 1874. 
Children — Alice G., born 1875. 
Edith S., born 1876. 
William G., born 1878. 
Howard M., born 1880. 
Died July 1893, at Trinidad, Colo. 

70. HOMER POTWIN. 

Born 19 Dec. 1848, at New Diggings, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. A. B. 1872, LL. B., Albany Law School. Real 
estate business in Chicago. 

Residence, unknown. 

71. *LEVI VAN FOSSEN. 

Entered college from Oroville, Cal. Student during years 1869-70. Ph. B. 
Editor of Hamilton News at Biggs, Butte Co., Cal., in 1888. 
Deceased. 

72. *FREDERIC CARVOSSO WINSLOW. 

Bom 6 Oct. 1850, at Cuyler, N. Y. Prepared at Freeport High School. 

. B. 1874, M. D., Medical Dept. Northwestern University. Sigma Chi. 
Physician at. Jacksonville, 111., 1875-80; at Freeport, 1880-84; at Jacksonville, 
1884-1901. Assistant physician of 111. Central Hospital for Insane for seven- 
teen years. Supt. of same institution four years. Member of Amer. Medico- 
Psychological Assn., 111. State Med. Assn., Tri-State Med. Assn., Morgan Co. 
Med. Society. 



80 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1870 

Married Frances Wilkinson Rockwell, 9 Feb. 1881, at Jacksonville, 111. 
She died 29 March 1898. 

Children — Frederic Hance, born 31 Jan. 1882. 

Charles Edward, born 30 Oct. 
Died in 1901 at Peoria, 111. 



CLASS OF 1871. 

73. DANIEL OR^SBY FOX. 

Born at Sprout Brook, N. Y. Prepared at Albion, Mich., and North- 
western University Academy. A. B. 1881, A. M. 1872, B. D., Garrett Bib- 
lical Institute. Missionary in India since 1872 ; presiding elder of Bombay and 
Madras districts, 1880-84 ; in America on furlough, 1885-86. Pastor at Poona, 
India, 1887 . 

Married Ellen Harriet Warner in 1887, at Rangoon, Burmah. 

Adopted Child — John Warner, born 4 June 1886. 

Residence, Poona, India. 

74. *EDWIN DE LOSS GOULD. 

Born 1 Aug. 1844, at Adams, N. Y. Prepared at Clark Seminary, Aurora, 
111. Entered college from Freedom Center, 111. Student during years 1867- 
71. A. B. Clergyman. 

Died 1 March 1874, at Gouldsville, 111. 

76. SANFORD HOSEA McINTYRE. 

Born 3 Oct. 1842, at Plattsburg, N. Y. Prepared at Plattsburg Academy, 
Fort Edward Institute and Northwestern University Academy. A. B. 1874, 
A.M. Hinman. Phi Gamma Delta. Two years at Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Private in Company D of 11th Minn. Inf. through its entire time of service, 
something less than one year. Principal of school at Ishpeming, Mich., 1872- 
73; at Negaunee, 1873-76; at Menominee, 1876-78. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Pastor at Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, N. Y., 1881-83 ; at Red- 
ford, 1887-90. Now farmer. 

Married (1) Mrs. Kate D. McDonald Corliss, 27 June 1874, at Negaunee, 
Mich.; she died 21 June 1877. (2) Viola E. Anson, 13 June 1882, at Crown 
Point, N. Y. 

Children— Jessie B., born 16 July 1875; died 7 Sept. 1895. 

Kate, born 17 April 1877; died 17 July 1877. 

Ethel L., born 5 June 1883. 

Elma H., born 16 Sept. 1884. 

Richard A., born 25 July 1886 ; died 21 March 1887. 

Ruth A., born 10 July 1889. 

Merton H., born 24 Aug. 1893. 

Raymond F., born 15 Oct. 1896. 
Residence, Peru, N. Y. 




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76. *AMOS HEARST MILLER. 
Father of No. 903. 

Born 20 Oct. 1840, at Lancaster, Pa. Prepared at Mt. Morris, 111., and at 
Northwestern University Academy. A. B. Phi Gamma Delta. 1874, A. M. 
1872, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Served in Company B, 13th 111. Inf. 
Mustered in, 24 May 1861 ; promoted to Corporal, 1 Oct. 1861, and to Sergeant, 
26 March 1863; mustered out, 18 June 1864. Served one year in Co. F, 2d 
Regiment of Hancock's Veteran Corps. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
In Rock River Conference, 1871-1902. At Wheaton, Palatine, Rock 
Falls, De Kalb, Morrison, Warren, Plainfield, Lockport, Chicago and Arlington 
Heights, 111. Published "History of 13th Regiment of Illinois Volunteer 
Infantry," 1892. 

Married Margaret Jane McKean, 2 April 1874, at Mt. Morris, 111. 

Children — Esther M. McDowell, born 1875. (No. 903). 
Josephine Ruth, born 1879. 
Helen Mary Adalyn, born 1887. 

Died 8 Jan. 1902. 

77. ALBERT BENJAMIN NORTON. 

Born 21 March 1847, at Alabama, N. Y. Prepared at Genesee Wesleyan 
Seminary, Lima, N. Y. A. B. 1872, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Mis- 
sionary to India; returned on account of sickness, 1890; joined Genesee Con- 
ference; pastor of M. E. church at Cohocton, N. Y., 1890-91 ; at Macedon, 1892- 
93 ; located, 1894. Author of ''A Vocabulary of the Korkoo Language." 
Married Mary E. Kelly (Oberlin U.), in 1874, at Bombay, India. 
Children — Ebenezer, born 1875. 
John E., born 1877. 
Albert, born 1880. 
Charles F., born 1881. 
William K., born 1885. 
Residence, 181 Smith St., Rochester, N. Y. (?) 

78. CHARLES WILLIAM PEARSON. 

Born 7 Aug. 1846, at Selby, Yorkshire, England. Prepared at Wood- 
house Grove School, near Leeds, and at Fisher's School at Yarm. Left at 
age of thirteen. Subsequent study largely independent of instruction. A. B. 
1872, A. M. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Senior prize for 
English composition; Lunt and Hurd prizes. Post-graduate study in Europe. 
Instructor in German and English, Northwestern University, 1867-76. Pastor 
of M. E. church, Bangor, Mich., 1876-77. Instructor in English Literature, 
Northwestern University, 1877-81. Professor of same, 1881-1902. Pastor 
of Unitarian church, at Quincy, 111., since Dec. 1902. Member of Evanston 
Philosophical Association, 1871, until its decease ; member of Legensia Literary 
Society until its decease ; of the Chicago Literary Society, one year. Has pub- 
lished ''Alma Mater," 1876, and "Methodism," 1891, poems; "Cavalier Poets," 
selections from 17th century poets, with introductions and notes, Clark & 



82 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1871 

Maynard, New York; "The Carpenter Prophet," 1902, Chicago. Contribu- 
tor to Progress, 1897, St. Nicholas, and to the religious and secular press. 
Married Sarah Helen French, 15 June 1875, at Evanston, 111; she died 12 
June 1896. 

Children — Mowbray French, born 12 July 18*78. 

Margaret Julia (Orchard), born 17 May 1881. (In college 

1898-1901). 
Ethel, born 13 Feb. 1884. 
George William, born 20 Dec. 1886. 
Muriel, born 30 Oct. 1888. 
Josephine Charlotte, born SO Nov. 1894. 
Residence, 212 S. 12th St., Quincy, 111. 

79. ARTHUR WILSON PENNY. 

Born 23 May 1850, at Chicago, 111. Prepared at St. Paul (Minn.) High 
School. Ph. B. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi. President of Board of Trustees, 
Park Ridge, 111., 1884-86. Brick manufacturer. 

Married Clara Frances Wilson, 15 May 1873, at East Douglas, Mass. 

Children — Edith (Smith), born 1 May 1874. 
George W., born 28 May 1880. 

Residence, 505 Majestic Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. 

80. JAMES HENRY RAYMOND. 
Brother of Nos. 56 and 104. 

Born 6 June 1850, at Wilbraham, Mass. Entered from Wesleyan Acad- 
emy and Northwestern University Academy. A. B. 1874, A. M. Senior 
prize for English composition ; divided the Blanchard prize with E. R. Shrader. 
Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. 1875, LL. B. from Union College 
of Law. Secretary of first R. R. and Warehouse Commission of Illinois, 
1871-73; secretary and treasurer of Western R. R. Association, 1874-84; treas- 
urer of Village of Evanston, 1875-76. Trustee of Northwestern University, 
1889-1902. Lawyer, in Chicago, 1884 to date. Patent law a specialty. 
Member of the Bar Associations of Chicago, the State Bar Association of 
Illinois, Patent LaAv Association of Chicago, and the American Bar Associa- 
tion. Numerous addresses before Bar and Railroad Associations, Trusts 
Conferences, etc. 

Married Mary Stuart Edwards, 13 Oct. 1874, at Springfield, 111. 

Children — Edwards Frederic, born 1876. (In college 1893-98.) 
Elizabeth, born 1877. (In college 1896-99). 
Helena Van Wycke, born 1878. 
Miner, born 1885. 

Residence, 2335 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

81. OZRO ROYS. 
Brother of No. 106. 

Born 12 May 1847, at Dickinson Center, N. Y. Prepared at Lawrenceville 
Academy, N. Y., and at Middlebury, Vt. A. B. Hinman. 1874, A. M. 



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B. D., at Cobb Divinity School, Lewiston, Me. Clergyman; pastor at Farm- 
ington, Me.; St. Johnsbury, Vt. ; Massawippi, Quebec; Canton, Me. Since 
1884 in evangelistic work. 

Married Sarah Augusta Farrington, 23 June 1873, at Livermore Falls, Me. 
Children — Ozro Zina, born 29 July 1874. 

Lincoln Joseph, born 2 Sept. 1877. 
Edville Adellus, born 28 April 1879. 
June Augusta, born 24 April 1885. 
Mayvelle Esther, bom 6 Jan. 1889. 
Residence, 88 Russell St., Lewiston Falls, Me. 

82. RICHARD DANA RUSSELL. 

Born 7 June 1838, in Knox County, 111. Prepared at Hedding College and 
Northwestern University Academy. A. B. 1874, A. M. Senior prize for 
English composition. Hinman. Phi Gamma Delta. Two years in Garrett 
Biblical Institute. First Lieutenant of Co. K, 83d 111. Vol. Inf., 1862-65. 
Assistant Judge-Advocate of General Court Martial; Post Chaplain at Fort 
Donelson. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Central Illinois Conference; 
various charges in Illinois. Agent Illinois Wesleyan University, 1879-80 ; pre- 
siding elder Streator District, 1881-85. Three terms trustee of Northwestern 
University. Professor of Biology and Geology in the American Temperance 
University, Harriman, Tenn. Pastor at Milford, 111. Pastor at Oak Park, 
Cal., 1898. Has resided since in Onarga, Sibley and Crescent City, 111., and 
Pomona, Cal. 

Married (1) Marie A. Riddler of Naperville, 111., 30 May 1872; she died at 
Forest, 111., 24 Nov. 1874. (2) Ella M. Snedaker of Tonica, 111., in 1878. 
Children — Linnie Marie (Stiefbold), bom 17 Nov. 1874. 

Richard L., born 7 June 1879; died at Manila, 2 July 1902, after 

three years in U. S. Army. 
Henry E., born 29 Dec. 1880. 
Paul A., born 26 Dec. 1886. 
Alice Gail, born 1 June 1889. 
Residence, Pomona, Cal. 

83. EDWIN RUTHVEN SHRADER. 

Bom 15 May 1841, in Wood County, Ohio. Prepared at Hedding Semi- 
nary. Two years at Genesee College, Lima, N. Y. A. B. 1874, A. M. Hin- 
man. Phi Beta Kappa. Two years post-graduate work in Chemistry. Senior 
prize for English composition. Divided the Blanchard prize with James H. 
Raymond. Oliver Marcy prize in Botany. Hinman prize. Managing editor 
of the Tripod, the college monthly, June-Oct., 1871. Ph. D., Mallalieu Uni- 
versity. Enlisted in Co. F, 66th 111. Sharp-shooters, 10 Oct. 1861. Was in 
battles of Mt. Zion, Mo., Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, Shiloh, and the siege of 
Corinth. Sent home on account of sickness, 30 June 1862. Tutor in North- 
western University Preparatory School, 1870-76. Professor of Natural Science 
in Chaddock College, 1876-79. Superintendent of public schools at Mt. Ster- 
ling, 111., 1879-84. Professor of Natural Science at Chaddock College, 1884- 



84 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1871 

85. Professor of Natural Science in the University of Southern California, 
1885-89. Instructor in Woodbury Business College, Los Angeles, 1889-90, 
and since then President of the same institution. President and Vice-Presi- 
dent of the University Ethical Club of Los Angeles, 1898-1900. 
Married Eva J. Mattison, Dec. 1874, at Chicago, 111. 
Children~D AiSY, born 22 July 1877; died 8 March 1878. 
Edwin Roscoe, born 14 Dec. 1878. 
Ada May, born 15 April 1880. 
Sarah Ethel, born 19 Nov. 1884. 
Residence, 1104 W. 37th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

84. *HAMILTON STUTELY WICKS. 

Born in 1848 in Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph. B. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. Managing editor of Tripod. 
Graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. One of founders of Mil- 
waukee Evening Times. Left journalism to become member of the law firm 
of Atwood, Wicks & Rychman, Chicago. Followed Custer Black Hills 
expedition as correspondent for several Chicago and New York papers. 
One of the founders of the Chicago Herald. In 1883 started the Denver 
Journal of Commerce. In 1884 secretary of the Denver Mining and Indus- 
trial Exposition. In 1886 removed to Kansas City and started the 
Commercial. One of the organizers of the Kansas City Exposition. Repre- 
sented several American papers at the Sidney Exposition in Australia. Start- 
ed the Alaska & British Mining Co. of New York, and was in that city organ- 
izing a Cuban export company at the time of his death. 

Married Miss Jeffrys, who died shortly before him. 

Died Jan. 1899, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

85. LEVI SPENCER WILCOX. 

Born 7 Aug. 1847, at Lacon, 111. Prepared at Lacon High School. Ph. B. 
1873, M. D., at Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Practicing 
physician and surgeon in Champaign, 111. Mayor of Champaign three terms. 
Collector of Internal Revenue, 8th district of 111. United States Consul, 
Hankow, China. 

Married (1) Alice Yaple of Mendon, Mich., July 1873; she died 19 March 
1888; (2) Nina Dickinson of St. Louis, Mo., 1891. 

Child~MAF., born 7 May 1874. 

Residence, Hankow, China. 

86. HUBERT WARREN WOODRUFF. 

From Annawan, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. 
A. B. 1874, A. M. 1873, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Senior prize for 
English composition. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Central Illinois Con- 
ference. Pastor at Roberts, 111., 1873; EUisville, 111., 1874. 

Residence, unknown. 



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87. GEORGE LEWIS YAPLE. 

Born Feb. 1851, at Leonidas, Mich. Entered from Albion College, Mich. 
A. B. 1874, A. M. Sigma Chi. Lawyer. Member of Congress, 1882-84. 
Nominee for Governor of Mich, in 1886. For some years Circuit Judge of 15th 
district of Mich. 

Married Mary E. Hankinson of Rockford, 111., 11 Jan. 1873. 
Children — Edward. Carl. 

Marie. George L. 

Fred. Alice. 

Harry. 
Residence, Mendon, Mich. 



CLASS OF 1872. 

This class purchased for the University museum the Hauser elephant. 
88. ELLERY HERBERT BEAL. 

Born 20 Aug. 1846, at Livermore, Me. Prepared in Maine Wesleyan 
Seminary and Northwestern University Academy. A. B. 1875, A. M. 
1876, B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. Principal of 
Harlem School, River Forest (111.), until 1876. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal; Rock River Conference; pastor at Prairie Center, Oswego, Compton, 
Earlville, Hinckley, Plattville, Frankfort Station, La Salle, Plainfield, Man- 
hattan, Fairdale, 111. ; now at Blaine, 111. 

Married Harriette Mooar, 31 March 1870, in Chicago. 
Children — Alfred Goodfellow, born 11 April 1873. 
Julia Harriett, born 1 April 1877. 
Mary L, born 20 Aug. 1878. 
Luther Ellery, born 26 Aug. 1887. 
Cutler Mooar, born 3 Dec. 1890; died 27 March 1891. 
Address, Poplar Grove, 111., R. F. D. No. 2. 

89. *THOMAS STRIBLING BERRY. 

Born 30 June 1841, at Virginia, 111. Prepared in preparatory schools of 
linois Wesleyan and Northwestern Universities. A. B. 1875, A. M. 1870 
B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Enlisted 15 Aug. 1862 in Co. D, 114th 111. 
Inf. Elected First Lieutenant. Severely wounded 10 June 1864 and taken 
prisoner. Held in Confederate prisons at Mobile, Cohawby and Anderson- 
ville. Exchanged and sent to Annapolis, where he was discharged from the 
service. Re-entered the LTniversity in 1865. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal; Des Moines Conference; pastor at Carlisle, la., 1870-71; Corning, 
1872-73; Des Moines, 1874-76; Indianola, 1877. President of Simpson Cen- 
tenary College, Indianola, la., 1878-80. Elected to represent the Des Moines 
Conference in General Conference of 1880. 

Married Lou A. Van Eaton of Virginia, 111., 20 June 1865. 

Died in Feb. 1880, at Indianola, la. 



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90. GEORGE ERASTUS BRAGDON. 
Brother of Nos. 31 and 62. 

Born 20 Feb. 1852, at Auburn, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph. B. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. Wholesale grocer at 
Pueblo, Colo., since 1884. Alderman of Pueblo, 1886. 

Married (1) Anna M. Hopkins, 6 Sept. 1876, at Racine, Wis; she died 23 
Jan. 1888. (2) Mary Bell Loudon, 20 Nov. 1889, at Newton Highlands, Mass. 
Children— Kate; died 2 Jan. 1888. 

Jeannette P. ; died 18 Aug. 1888. 
Dorothy Isabella, born 16 Dec. 1893. 
Beatrice Cushman, born 5 Sept. 1896. 
Sarah, born 20 July 1899. 
Residence, Pueblo, Colo. 

91. *JAMES GURSHOM BURKE. 
Brother of Nos. 46 and 158. 

Bom in 1850, in Ogle County, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A B. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. Managing editor of Tripod, 1872. 
1875, A. M. Attended Union College of Law, Chicago. Practiced law in 
Rockford and Chicago, 111., and Aberdeen, Dak. Justice of Peace at Aber- 
deen, Dak. 

Married Mary Starrett, in 1882, at Chicago, 111. ; she died in Oct. 1902. 

Died 15 Dec. 1887, at Aberdeen, Dak. 

92. CURTIS HARVEY CASTLE. 

Born 4 Oct. 1848, in Knox County, 111. Student from Knox Academy, 
Galesburg, 111. A.B. 1890, A.M. Managing editor Tripod, 1871. Hin- 
man prize; divided Lunt prize. M.D., College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Keokuk, Iowa. Member of Congress, 1896-98. Practicing medicine 
in California since 1882. Member of American Academy of Medicine. 

Married (1) Susan Alma Taber, 8 Oct. 1879, at Lewiston, 111.; she died 18 
Sept. 1887. (2) Virginia Nixon Wills, 10 July 1890. 
Children — Grace Imogene, born 6 Nov. 1880. 

Curtis Harvey, Jr., born 29 Dec. 1883. 
Paul Long, born 1 Feb. 1892 ; died 13 Feb. 1892. 
Chandos Barrett, born 6 May 1894. 
Mary Mercedes, born 30 June 1895. 
Residence, Merced, Cal. 

93. LORIN CONE COLLINS, JR. 

Born 1 Aug. 1848, at Windsor, Conn. Entered from Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. A.B. 1875, A.M. Adelphic. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Day 
prize for English composition. Member of Illinois Legislature for three ses- 
sions, 1879-84. Judge of Cook Co. Circuit Court, 1884-93, when he resigned. 
Speaker of the House, 1883-84. Practicing law in Chicago. Member of the 
American Society of Political and Social Science, and of the Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations. Trustee of Northwestern University since 1887. 



1872] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 87 

Married Nellie Robb, 17 Sept. 1873, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Carrie May; died 6 July 1874. 

LoRiN Cone 3d, born 1 Aug. 1876. 

Helen Robb; died 16 May 1878. 

Grace, bom 15 Oct. 1883. 

George Robb, born 24 May 1888. 
Residence, 4 Tower Court, Chicago, 111. 

94. *LEWIS PARMENIO DAVIS. 

Born 3i Dec. 1839, at Davis, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. 1873, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. D.D., 
ibid. Phi Kappa Psi. Enlisted in 22d Michigan Inf., 9 Aug. 1862. Served 
as private, Sergeant-Major and Lieutenant; mustered out at close of war. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Detroit Conference, 1873-97; pastor at De- 
troit, Plymouth, Dexter, and West Bay City; presiding elder of Alpena Dis- 
trict, 1883-87; pastor Lincoln Avenue Church, Detroit, 1887-92; presiding 
elder Adrian District, 1892-97; trustee of Albion College, Mich., several years. 

Married Lydia E. Tinsman of Romeo, Mich., 19 Dec. 1863. 

Children — Irene Estelle, born 1867. 
Paul T., born 1870. 

Died 12 July 1897, at Bay View, Mich. 

95. ROBERT BOAL EDWARDS. 

Born 10 Sept. 1844, in Roberts Twp., Marshall Co., 111. Entered from 
Clark Seminary, Aurora, 111. A.B. 1875, A.M. Adelphic. Day prize for 
English composition. Enlisted 1 May 1864, as Sergeant in Co. I, 141st 111. 
Vol. Inf. Discharged 10 Oct. 1864. Studied law until 1874 at Lacon, 111. 
Practiced law at Lacon until failure of health in 1891. City attorney at Lacon, 
1879-83. 

Married (1) Almira J. Johnson, 21 Dec. 1875, at Lacon, 111.; she died 14 
Feb. 1891. (2) Julia E. Green, 20 June 1893, at Lacon. 

Adopted Children — Dorothy, born 4 Aug. 1895. 
Marjory, born 20 June 1900. 

Residence, Lacon, 111. 

96. ELTINGE ELMORE. 

Born 10 April 1851, at New Palz, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Wholesale dealer in cedar and forest 
products, and secretary and manager Resthaven Sanatorium Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Married Hattie L. Cook, at San Mateo, Cal., 9 Sept. 1876. 
Children — Elinor, born 14 July 1877. 

Amelia Huntley, born 19 Oct. 1879. 
Samuel Eltinge, born 8 Oct. 1882. 
Floretta Georgina, born 26 Sept. 1884. 
Emily Warren, born 26 Nov. 1886. 
Residence, 603 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 



88 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1872 

97. EDWIN JOHN HARRISON. 

Born 25 Dec. 1848, at Belleville, 111. Prepared at Minneapolis High 
School. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Day prize for English composition . Dry goods 
and money loaning business. 

Married Mary E. Smith of Winona, Minn., 1 Aug. 1874. 

Residence, Waverly Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn. 



98. JOHN MILTON JOHNSTON. 

Bom 20 Sept. 1844, at Shelby, N. iT. Entered from Adrian College, 
Michigan. A.B. 1875, A.M. Hinman. Managing editor of Tripod. 
Enlisted 10 Oct. 1862, in 67th Regiment, Ohio Vol. Inf., as non-commissioned 
officer. Captured in hospital ; honorably discharged 17 July 1863. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal ; pastor at Marquette, Negaunee, and Houghton, 
Mich., 1871-79. Manufacturing optician since 1880. Author of "Eye 
Studies," ''Good Sight Series," etc., and editor of optical journals for twenty 
years. 

Married Mary Spencer Peck, 18 Sept. 1873. 

CMdren— Marion S., born 25 July 1876; died 11 Jan. 1893. 
George S., born 1 March 1878. 
Paul H., born 7 Nov. 1881. 

Residence, 2563 N. 41st Court, Irving Park, Chicago, 111. 

Office, 84 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

99. MATHER DEAN KIMBALL. 

Bom 4 Dec. 1849, at Green Bay, Wis. Entered from Ripon College, Wis. 
A.B. 1875, A.M. Editor of Green Bay Advocate; editor and publisher of 
Green Bay GZobe,' 1874-83 ; manager of Women's Temperance Publication Asso- 
ciation, Chicago, 1884-91 ; editor of Goodform, and doing literary work for other 
publications, 1892-93; manager of literature and supply department. North- 
western Mutual Life Insurance Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Member of Wisconsin 
Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, and of Wisconsin Historical Society. 

Married Anna Lewis, 30 June 1875, at Chicago, 111. 

Children — Kate L., born 1876. 
Sara W., born 1878. 
Anna M., bom 1887. 

Residence, 728 Frederick St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

100. *GEORGE LUNT. 

Born 4 Dec. 1850, in Chicago, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Day prize for|English composition. Grain 
commission business, and afterward real estate, in Chicago. 

Married Stella M. Burke, 7 Dec. 1881, at Chicago, 111. 

Child — Margaret E., born 1 Sept. 1882. 

Died 13 June 1895, at Evanston, 111. 



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101. HIRAM HARRIS PALMER. 

Born 25 June 1849, in Fulton Co., 111. Prepared at Jacksonville, 111. A.B. 
1875, A.M. Teacher in Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1873; principal 
of public schools, Abilene, Kan., 1874; insurance business at Jacksonville, 111., 
1875-77; city editor Jacksonville Daily Journal, 1878-81 ; during two years of 
same period was Grand Recorder A. O. U. W. of Illinois; edited and published 
Roodhouse (111.) Journal, 1881-84; on Daily Courier, and Daily Journal, Jack- 
sonville, 111.; with Union Iron Works, Kansas City, Mo., 1884; in editorial 
charge of Kansas City Commercial, 1885; afterward editor and part owner of 
Kansas City Implement and Farm Journal. 

Married Hattie H. Davis, 17 Feb. 1880, at Jacksonville, 111. 
Children — Mary A. E., born 1881. 

Mattie R., born 1882; died. 
Jamss Q., bom 1885. 
Virginia I. V., bom 1891. 
Helene H. B., born 1893. 
Residence, 421 VanBuren St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

102. CLARENCE RICHMOND PAUL. 

Bom 3 Oct. 1852, at St. Thomas, Ont., Canada. Prepared at Northwest- 
em University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Divided the Lunt prize. Journalist three years on Chicago dailies; clerk of 
several committees in the Illinois Legislature, and assistant secretary of the 
Illinois Railroad and Warehouse Commission ; private secretary to U. S. Senator 
Cullom, 1883-89, being clerk of senate committee which formulated the Inter- 
state Commerce Act. Delegate to Republican State Convention four times, 
and member of Republican State central committee three terms; editor 
of Illinois State Journal since 1889. 

Residence, Springfield, 111. 

103. WILBUR OCTAVUS PEET. 

Born 9 Sept. 1850, at West Webster, N. Y. Prepared at Genesee Wes- 
leyan Seminary and Genesee College. A.B. 1875, A.M. 1874, B.D., Gar- 
rett Biblical Institute. Hinman. Psi Upsilon. Managing editor Tripod, 
1872. Day prize for English composition. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; 
in Genesee Conference; preaching at Westfield, Pa., 1895-1901; at Walworth 
N. Y., 1901 . 

Married Jeannie E. Frackelton, 9 Sept. 1879, at Petersburg, 111. 

Children — James Clinton, Jr., born 25 Nov. 1880. 
Mary Eliza, born 28 Jan. 1889. 
Robert, born 5 March 1891. 

Residence, Walworth, N. Y. 

104. FREDERICK DWIGHT RAYMOND. 
Brother of Nos. 80 and 56. 

Born 16 Sept. 1852, at Wilbraham, Mass. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta 



90 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1872 

Kappa. Engaged in construction and operation of railroads since graduation. 
Now director, secretary and treasurer of the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern, and the 
Chicago, Lake Shore and Eastern railway companies. 

Married Carrie M. Wyckoff, 24 Oct. 1877, at ^vanston, 111. 
Children — Ruth, born 6 Oct. 1878. 

Mary, born 18 Oct. 1880. (In college 1900 .) 

Philip W., born 28 Oct. 1886. 
Margaret, born 9 Aug. 1891. 
Frederick Dwight, Jr., born 6 July 1896. 
Residence, 408 Greenwood Blvd., Evanston, 111. 
Office, Rookery Building, Chicago, 111. 

105. *JAMES franklin ROBINSON. 

Born 27 Feb. 1849, near Hillsdale, Rock Island Co., 111. Prepared at 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. Sigma Chi. Cashier 
of Rock Island National Bank until 1899, when he became its president. For 
several years trustee of the American University at Washington, D. C. Trus- 
tee of Northwestern University, 1900-1902. At the time of his death presi- 
dent of Rock Island National Bank, and Central Trust and Savings Bank, 
Rock Island, 111. Had held the offices of treasurer of the city of Rock Island, 
And treasurer of the Board of Education of Rock Island. Traveled exten- 
.sively, including a tour of Europe and the Orient. 

Married Mary E. Rhoades, of Pekin, 111., 29 Oct. 1879. 

Died 23 May 1902, at Rock Island, 111. 

lOB. FERNANDO ROYS. 
Brother of No. 81. 

Born at Dickinson Center, N. Y. Entered College from Dickinson, N. Y. 
A.B. M.D., Chicago Medical College. Teacher in Salt Lake City, Utah; phy- 
jsician. 

Married Miss H. M. Williams in 1873, in Michigan. 

Residence, unknown. 

107. AMOS A. L. SMITH. 

Born 8 Sept. 1849, at Appleton, Wis. Prepared at Medford, Mass. En- 
tered from Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis. A.B. 1875, A.M. Adel- 
phic. Managing editor Tripod, 1871-72. Day and Blanchard prizes. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Journalist in Chicago and afterward lawyer in Milwaukee, Wis. 
Director in Wisconsin National Bank. Counsel for Humane Society. For- 
merly Director in Milwaukee College for Women (Downer College). 

Married Frances L. Brown, 20 May 1874, at Evanston, 111.; she died 15 
Oct. 1901. 

Children — Laura L. (Kaun), born 16 June 1876. 
Philip R., born 8 Jan. 1878. 
Edwin L., born 27 June 1882. 
Walton K., born 21 Sept. 1890. 
Residence, 2316 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 




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108. HERBERT MANN THIERS. 



Born 18 Oct. 1852, in McHenry Co., 111. Prepared at Kenosha (Wis.) 
High School. B.S. C.E. Civil engineer on C. & N. W. Ry. in Minnesota 
and Dakota, 1872-74. Lawyer in Kenosha, Wis., 1876-86, and in Chicago 
since 1886. 

Married Mary Gilda, 17 Jan. 1894, at Chicago, 111. 

Child— Died 23 Nov. 1902, aged one year. 

Residence, 7024 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. ; Office, 78 La Salle St. 

109. *EDMUND BOOKER WOODSON. 

Born 29 March 1850, at Michigan City, Ind. Prepared at Chelsea (Mass.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1875, A.M. 
Teacher for three years; in business in Chicago for three years. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; in Northwest Indiana Conference. Pastor at Argos, 
Morocco, Battle Ground, Oxford, Brookston, and Remington, Ind. 

Died 22 Feb. 1888, at Remington, Ind. 



CLASS OF 1873. 

This class placed upon the campus the large boulder near the southwest 

gate. 

110. EDWIN CAMP ARNOLD. 

Born 19 Dec. 1851, at Fulton, N. Y. Prepared at Rockford (111.) High 
School. A.B. 1875, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1895, D.D., North- 
western University. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Lunt 
prize; divided Blan chard prize. Managing editor Tripod, 1S7S. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Pastorates at Chicago, Joliet, 
Wilmington, Ottawa, Plainfield, Waukegan, Galena, Batavia; at Wilmette, 

111., 1901 . 

Married Martha Henrietta Arnold, 24 Nov. 1880, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Children — Florence Winifred, born 24 Dec. 1881. (In college, 1901 .) 

Gladys, born 20 Oct. 1883. (In college, 1901 .) 

Edwina Martha, born 7 Nov. 1888; died 25 July 1889. 
Kenneth Fuller, born 6 May 1892. 
Residence, Wilmette 111. 

111. *LOUIS BUTTERFIELD. 
Brother of Nos. 27 and 53. 

Born 18 Nov. 1850, at Marion, 111. Prepared at Rock River Seminary and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Studied in Chicago 
Union Law School. Lawyer in Chicago. 

Died 30 Aug. 1897, at Denver, Colo. 



92 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1873 

112. FESTUS WAUDBY CLEVELAND. 

Born 19 Nov. 1850, at Masonville, N. Y. Prepared at Freeport High 
School. Ph.B. Adelphic; Phi Kappa Sigma. ^Managing editor of Tripod, 
1873. On Blanchard contest. Studied law. General Right of Way Agent, 
C. & N. W. R. R. 

Married Edith Williams, 25 Nov. 1875, at Chicago, 111. 

Children — Winifred (Lane), bom 18 Sept. 1876. 
Paul W., born 24 Dec. 1878. 
Gertrude I., bom 14 July 1886. 

Residence, 5047 Madison Ave., Chicago,*Ill. 

Office, 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. 

113. HENRY ALLEN COOPER. 

Entered college from Burlington, Wis. Ph.B. Adelphic. Sigma Chi; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Debate prize in junior year; divided Blanchard prize. 
Lawyer. District attorney of Racine Co., Wis., 1880-87. Delegate to Na- 
tional Republican Convention, 1884. Member of Wisconsin Senate, 1887-91. 
Member of Congress from Wisconsin. 

Residence, Racine, Wis. 

114. *JOHN MILTON DANDY. 

Born 18 July 1852, at Versailles, Ky. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. President of 
Alumni Association, 1893-94. Special correspondent of Chicago Times and 
Journal until 1875; became one of founders of Saturday Evening Herald, which 
he edited and published until 1896. Member of Press Club of Chicago, 
Calumet Club, and Indiana Club. 

Married Nellie Blanford Cook of Baltimore, Md., 22 Oct. 1884. 

Children — Mary Alice, born 8 Aug. 1885. 

John Milton, Jr., bom 5 June 1890. 

Died 6 March 1897, at Los Angeles, Cal. 

116. BYRON HENRY ELDRIDGE. 

Born 27 Jan. 1846, at Macomb, N. Y. Prepared at Monroe (Mich.) High 
School. C.E. Civil engineer with Chicago and Alton, Atchison, Topeka and 
Santa Fe, and Mexican Central railroads. Division engineer of Chicago and 
Alton R. R., 1899 . 

Residence, 2 16. Ashland Ave., La Grange, 111. 

116. CHAUNCEY GAINES. 

Born 9 Oct. 1848, at Victoria, 111. Prepared at Union High School, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. 
Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in Illinois and California 
until 1876. In general offices of S. P. R. R. in San Francisco, 1876-81. In 
the Union Savings Bank, Oakland, Cal.,1882-91. On Board of Education in 



1873] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 93 

Berkeley, Cal., 1878-90. Manager of Oakland Fruit and Vineyard Co., 1892, 
and vineyardist in Fresno Co., Cal., since 1882. 

Married Chattie K. Rixon, 11 June 1878, at San Francisco, Cal. 
Children — Clarence Arthur, born 12 Feb. 1880. 
Mabel, born 8 Aug. 1881. 
Irene, born 15 March 1884. 
Howard R., born 30 Dec. 1885. 
Victor C, born 22 Sept. 1888. 
Residence, Fresno, Cal., R. D. No. 1. 

117. HENRY GREEN. 

Born 17 May 1846, in Racine, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman. Mayor of Sterling, 111., 1882-83; practicing law 
in that city since admission to the bar in 1876. 

Married Harriet T. Brookfield of Sterling, 111., 30 June 1881. 

Children — Charles H., born 1882. 
Howard S., born 1886. 

Residence, Sterling, 111. 

118. FREDERICK MONROE HUSTED. 

Born 30 July 1850, at Starksboro, Vt. Prepared at Galva, 111., Ann Arbor, 
Mich., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. LL.B., 
Union College of Law, Chicago. Phi Kappa Psi. Practicing law in Cali- 
fornia since admission to bar in 1875. 

Married Angie Lucina Holcomb, 19 Aug. 1879, at Oakland, Cal. 

Children — Edith, born 19 Jan. 1881. 

Winifred, born 27 March 1884. 

Address, Macdonough Building, Oakland, Cal. 

119. WILLIAM KING. 
Father of No. 448. 

Born at Hillcommon, Somertshire, England. Prepared at Oberlin, Ohio, 
and in Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, A.M. Member of 
U. S. Life-Saving Crew. Teacher in Simpson Centenary College, Indianola, 
Iowa, 1873-76. Resided later in Florida and in New Mexico. Now in post- 
ofRce, Highland Park, 111. 

Married Marcia J. King, 18 July 1863, at Oberlin, Ohio. 

C/iiWren— Minnie E. (Mason), born 12 Dec. 1864. (No. 448.) 
Jennie L. (Miller). 

Residence, Highland Park, 111. (Box 407). 

120. *JOHN RUMFORD LESLIE. 

Born 30 Oct. 1846, at Hubbard, Ohio. Prepared in Rock River Seminary, 
Mt. Morris, 111. Ph.B. Hinman. Managing editor of Tripod; Hinman and 
Hurd prizes. Principal of public school at Oregon, 111., for two years. City 
attorney at Oregon, 111., 1875-77; director of Oregon Public Library. 

Died 21 March 1877, at Oregon, 111. 



94 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1873 

121. DRAPER ALONZO LINDSEY. 

Born 1 June 1848, at Fairfax, Ind. Entered from Baker University, Bald- 
win, Kan. A.B. 1876, A.M. Phi Gamma Delta. Enlisted in Co. A, 5th 
Kansas Infantry, in the fall of 1864, and served through one campaign while 
under age. Principal of public schools at Plainview, Minn., 1873-80; same at 
Fargo, N. D., 1880-82; in law office at Fargo, 1883-87; practicing law at Fargo 
since 1887. City attorney of Fargo, 1891 and 1892. 

Married Carrie Mary Stone, Plainview, Minn., 25 June 1877. 

Children — Ralph Alonzo, born 21 Sept. 1880. 
Marion Maude, born 14 Dec.*l882. 
Gladys, born 17 July 1887. 

Residence, Minneapolis, Minn.? 



122. WILLIAM JACOB MINIUM. 
Father of No. 1107. 

Bom 10 Jan. 1845, in Kane Co., 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1887, A.M. 1875, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Central Illinois Confer- 
ence ; preaching in Illinois since graduation. 

Married Emily Elizabeth Wheadon (No. 181), at Evanston, 111., 29 July 
1874. 

Children— ^iLLis> Frank, born 19 Jan. 1877. (No. 1107.) 
Ruth B., born 1885. 

Residence, Kankakee, 111. 

123. ADOLPHUS HENRY NEEDHAM. 

Born 25 Oct. 1844, on the Island of Guernsey, in the British Channel, Port 
of St. Peter. Prepared at Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hin- 
man. Phi Kappa Psi. Burns forensic prize; Hinman prize. 1876, A.M. 1875, 
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. In 
Rock River Conference, 1875-85; since then in California Conference. At 

Oakland, Cal., 1899, and Salinas, Cal., 1900 . Author of pamphlet, "Why 

I Am a Methodist." 

Married Mary C. Croissant, 23 June 1870, at Chicago, 111. 
Children — Elton Adolphus, born 23 March 1871 ; died 3 Nov. 1891. 
Sidney Dempster, born 6 Aug. 1873. 
Paul Arnold, born 23 Aug. 1875. 
William Gloss, born 8 Dec. 1876. 
Clive Ninde, born 16 Oct. 1882. 
Frank Edwin, born 8 Dec. 1889. 
Residence, Salinas, Cal. 

124. EDWARD LAMAY PARKS. 

Born 26 Jan. 1851, at Dundee, N. Y. Prepared at Rochelle High School, 
Jennings Seminary, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1876, 




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A.M. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Managing editor of Tri- 
pod. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1887, D.D. Instructor in North- 
western University, 1873-79. Member of Rock River Conference. Pastor at 
Grand Crossing, 111., 1879-80. President of Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, 
1880-86. Since then Professor of Systematic Theology, Gammon Theological 
Seminary, Atlanta, Ga. Author of pamphlets, ''Outlines of Doctrines of 
Christian Experience," 1894, and "Outline of Study of Job." Member of 
the Philosophical Society, Evanston, 111., 1874-79; of the Gammon-Clark 
Literary and Scientific Society, South Atlanta, Ga., since 1896. 

Married Isabella B. Webb (No. 296), 30 July 1879, at Kelley's Island, 
Ohio. 

Children — Julia Hollister, born 17 March 1883. 

Sara Rush, born 28 Jan. 1885. 

George Edward, born 17 Dec. 1886. 

Emma Webb, born 20 Oct. 1888. 

Charles Webb, born 24 Aug. 1890. 

Frances Willard, born 11 Dec. 1895; died 27 May 1897. 

Isabella Rush, born 18 Dec. 1897. 
Residence, South Atlanta, Ga. 

125. LEE JANES PITNER. 

Born 28 Nov. 1849, at Alton, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Phi Gamma Delta. Real estate and financial enterprises; 
president of the Seattle (Wash.) Trust Co. 

Married Isabelle Abell of Evanston, who died 1 Dec. 1879. 

Children — Ina, born 1878. 
Paul, born 1879. 

Residence. 1106 Davis St.. Evanston, 111. 



CLASS OF 1874. 

126. *FRANK McCARTNEY BEATTY. 

Bom 29 Feb. 1852, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa 
Sigma. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Associate pastor at Joliet, 111., 
1874-75. 

Died 27 May 1875, at Evanston, 111. 

127. HENRY SHERMAN BOUTELL. 

Born 14 March 1856, at Boston, Mass. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. (ad eundem). Adelphic. Beta Theta 
Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Kedzie and Mandeville prizes. 1876, A.B., Harvard 
University. 1877, A.M., ibid. President of Illinois Alpha of Phi Beta 
Kappa, 1901-2. Studied law in Chicago, 1877-79. Lawyer. Member 
Illinois Legislature, 1885. U. S. Representative from Chicago since 1897. 



96 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874 

Trustee of Northwestern University since 1901. Contributor to various 
periodicals, notably Harper's Weekly, North American Review, and Forum. 
Married Euphemia L. C. Gates, 29 Dec. 1880, at Providence, R. I. 
Children — Roger Sherman Gates, born 1881. 
Hugh Gates, born 9 March 1890T 
Alice Gates, born 3 Sept. 1891. 
Address, Washington, D. C, House of Representatives. Home address, 
Virginia Hotel, Chicago, 111. 

128. *ALEXANDER DEAN BRAINARD. 

Entered college from Fontenelle, Nebf Student during years 1870-74. 
A.B. Deceased. 

129. DAVID WELCH CASSEDAY. 

Bom 12 Feb. 1850, at Petersburg, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. C.E. Civil engineer, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Married Clara O. Willard, 7 Oct. 1875, at Highland Park, 111. 
Child — Marion G., bom 1876. 
Office, 722 Guaranty Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

130. CHESTER TUTTLE DRAKE. 

Bom 22 Feb. 1851, at Sturgis, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. C.E. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Iron manufacturer, Chicago. 

Married Albertine E. Hudson, 5 Oct. 1876, at Coldwater, Mich. ; she died 
19 April 1898. 

Children — Harriet Amelia, born 11 Aug. 1878. 
Florence Huldia, born 19 Sept. 1885. 

Residence, 6340 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 300 W. Jackson St. 

131. WILLIAM CARVOSSO ESTES. 

Bom 2 Feb. 1850, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared at Albion Academy. 
C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Surveyor and teacher, Milwaukee, Wis., until 
spring of 1880. Farmer, Darlington, Wis., 1880-82. Merchant, Neligh, Neb., 
1882-89; banker, same place, 1889-94; merchant, Sioux City, Iowa, since 1895. 

Married Henrietta Jane Pilling, 26 Dec. 1877, at Willow Springs, Wis. 

C/itW— Elsie Viola, born 9 Oct. 1879. 

Residence, Sioux City, Iowa. 

132. *OSCAR LYMAN GIBBS. 

Born 14 June 1853. Student from Evanston, 111., 1870-74. C.E. 
Died 21 Sept. 1893, at Phoenix, Arizona. 

133. JOSEPH MATTHEW HAWKS. 

Born 21 Jan. 1852, at Mt. Vernon, Me. Prepared at Bath, Me,, and in 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Class prophet. 
LL.B., Boston University. In newspaper business. 

Residence, St. Paul, Minn. 




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134. RICHARD GEAR HOBBS. 

Born 24 Feb. 1854, at Joliet, 111. Student from Northwestern University- 
Preparatory School. A.B. 1877, A.M. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Ph.D. Adelphic. BetaTheta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Member of Illinois Conference. Trustee of Illinois Female 
College, and of Chaddock College. Pastor of Centenary Church, Jackson- 
ville, 111., 1897. Contributor to religious press. 

Married Ella Kimber, 22 June 1886, at Springfield, 111. 

Child — Marjorie, born 1891. 

Residence, Springfield, 111. 

136. DE FOREST MILLS HYDE. 

Born 15 Dec. 1849, at Rosendale, Wis. Entered from Lawrence Univer- 
sity. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Teacher of Mathematics in Lawrence Univer- 
sity, 1874-78; since in real estate and lumber business, Appleton, Wis. 

Married Inez B. Angell, 3 Jan. 1879, at Chicago, 111. 

Child— GlsL&ys, born 18 April 1888. 

Residence, 543 John St., Appleton, Wis. 

136. MATTHIAS SAILOR KAUFMAN. 

Born 7 Nov. 1845, at Decatur, 111. Prepared at Union School, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. A.B. Hinman. Gage prize; divided Blanchard prize. 1877, A.M. 
1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Managing editor of Tripod, 1873. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Ph.D., Boston University, 1895. Enlisted 11 Aug. 1862, in 
Co. F, 115th Regiment, Illinois Vol. Inf. In the battle of Chickamauga, 20 
Sept. 1863, and at Nashville, Tenn., 15 Jan. 1864. Mustered out as First 
Corporal, 24 June 1865. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates at 
Havana, 111., Owatonna, Minn., Grand Forks, and Fargo, North Dakota. 
Joined New England Southern Conference. Pastorates at Fall River, New 
Bedford, and East Bridgewater, Mass., Providence, R. I., and Brockton, 
Mass. Has traveled through Europe, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and other 
lands. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Conference in London, 1901, and 
to Ep worth League International Convention in San Francisco, July 1901. 
Editor of Epworth League Department of Zion's Herald. Author of series 
of articles on Holy Land for Methodist Magazine; contributor to Methodist 
Review. 

Married Adolphine Lou Schlieman, 26 July 1876, at Princeton, 111. 

C/iiM— Joseph Paul, born 29 July 1886. 

Residence, 131 Rock St., Fall River, Mass. 

137. WILLIAM M. KNOX. 

Born 30 Dec. 1850, at Marcellus, N. Y. Prepared in Kenosha, Beloit, and 
Appleton, Wis. A.B. 1877, A.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Hurd and Lunt 
prizes. Principal of school at Park Ridge, 111., 1875-76 ; at Harvard, 111., 1877 ; 
of Evanston Village High School, 1878; at Ravenswood, 




98 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874 

Journalist with Chicsigo Herald and Morning News, 1881-88; with London edi- 
tion of New York Herald, 1889; editor in Department of Publicity and Promo- 
tion, World's Columbian Exposition; originator, secretary and treasurer of 
the International Dress and Costume Co., Midway Plaisance. Promoter and 
publisher, Chicago, since 1890. President of Press Club, Chicago, 1898 and 
1899. Editor of American Resorts, monthly, 1896, and of the " Who-When- 
What Book," 1900. 

Residence, Press Club, 106 Madison St., Chicago, 111. 

138. CHARLES JLEACH. 

Born 4 Sept. 1845, at Clark, Ont. Prepared at Rock River Seminary, 
Cornell College, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1875, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Ph.D. (hon.) Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; 
Des Moines Conference, 1876-82; since then in Southern California Confer- 
ence; pastorates at Santa Ana, Lompoc, Compton, Whittier, and Los Angeles. 

Married Darle S. Junkin, 3 Jan. 1877, at Red Oak, Iowa. 

Children — Ellen Mary, bom 27 Dec. 1877. 
Joseph Edward, born 2 Oct. 1881. 

Residence, Glendora, Cal. 

189. MARTIN OLIPHANT LEWIS. 

Brother of No. 478. 

Entered college from Chicago, 111. A.B. 1890, A.M. Mann prize, 1872- 
73. Lawyer and real estate dealer, Chicago, 111. 
Residence, 1456 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 
Office, 95 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

140. ELI McCLISH. 

Born 3 Oct. 1846, at Rainsville, Ind. Prepared in Grand Prairie Semi- 
nary, Onarga, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Sophomore debate prize; divided the Blanchard prize; 
managing editor of Tripod; Commencement orator, 1877, A.M. 1877, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. 1887, D.D. (hon.) Enlisted in 1st Illinois Artil- 
lery, Nov. 1863. Went through siege of Atlanta, and with " Sherman to the 
sea." Mustered out. May 1865. Teacher, LaGrange, 111., 1874-75. Cler- 
gyman, Methodist Episcopal; member of Central Illinios Conference, 1877-91 ; 

of California Conference, 1891 . Pastor at Eureka, 111., 1878-79; at Meta- 

mora, 111., 1879-81; at Canton, 111., 1881-84. Principal of Grand Prairie 
Seminary, 1884-91. Pastor of Grace Church, San Francisco, Cal., 1891-95; 
at Napa, Cal., 1895-96. President of the University of the Pacific, San Jose, 
Cal., since 1896. Member of California Geographical Society, 1891-92. 
Trustee of Northwestern University, 1885-86. 

Married Louisa Adelaide Clarke, 24 Dec. 1872, at Onarga, 111, 

Children — Clarke Loring, born 23 July 1875. 
Helen Maude, born 28 Aug. 1877. 
Ruth Edna, born 31 March 1883; died. 



1874] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 99 

Lois Mae, born 13 Feb. 1885. 
Paul Stanton, born 22 March 1887. 
Lloyd Goodsell, bom 5 Jan. 1891. 
Residence, San Jose, Cal. 

141. WILLIAM LUTHER McGARRY. 

In college from Mt. Vernon, 111., 1872-74. Ph.B. Lawyer in Illinois 
and Iowa. 

Residence, 1348 E. 9th St., Des Moines, Iowa. 

142. WILLIAM LESLIE MARTIN. 

Bom 15 Nov. 1853, in Lee County, 111. Prepared in Rockford High 
School. A.B. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Sigma. Superintendent of the Nestor 
Mining Co., Colorado, for seven years. Secretary and treasurer of Minne- 
apolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry. Co., 1890-92; general freight agent 
of the same company, 1892 . 

Married Lizzie L. Batchelder, 9 April 1884. 

Children — Marion E. 
Helen L. 

Residence, 223 Ridgewood Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

143. WILLIAM OMELVENA. 

Student from Evanston, 111., 1870-74. A.B. Clergyman. 
Residence, unknown. 

144. *JOHN WESLEY RICHARDS. 

Born 3 August 1846, at Alexander, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1877, A.M. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. 1898, D.D., ibid. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined the Rock 
River Conference in 1878, and was its secretary from 1890-1901 . Pastorates at 
Chicago, Piano, Rockford, DeKalb, Freeport, and Berwyn. Editor and pub- 
lisher of the annual minutes of the Rock River Conference for ten years. 

Married Fannie Belle Van Demark, 17 Nov. 1881, at Chicago, 111. 

Children — Gilbert Haven, born 27 June 1884. 

Paul Raymond, born 9 Feb. 1889; died 24 Dec. 1897. 

Died 30 Oct. 1901, at Berwyn, 111. 

146. DANIEL CHARLES RIEHL. 

Bom 1 May 1847, in St. Louis Co., Mo. Prepared at Methodist Protes- 
tant College, Adrian, Mich. A.B. 1877, A.M. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. 1876, 
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member 
of Michigan Conference; pastorates at Sheridan, Ada, Grand ville, Palo, 
Edmore, St. Louis, Reed City, Quincy, Detroit, Pierson, Stanwood, and 



100 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874 

Big Rapids, all in Michigan. Trustee of Northwestern University, 1889-93, 
elected by Michigan Conference. For six years chalk-talk evangelist. 

Married Mary Ann Davids, 22 Oct. 1879, at Danby, Mich. 

Children — Mary Evangeline, born 11 Dec. 1881. 
Lena Gertrude, born 19 July 1884. 

Residence, Big Rapids, Mich. 

146. WILLIAM BRAIDS ROBINSON. 

Bom 10 Sept. 1848, at Buffalo, N. Y. Prepared at Central High School, 
Buffalo, and Northwestern University i^cademy. A.B. Adelphic. 1877, 
A.M. 1875, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal. Pastorates at Pewaukee, Waterford, Palmyra, Hartford, Fox Lake, 
Delavan, Omro, Columbus, Milton, and Brandon, all in Wisconsin ; transferred 
to Genesee Conference, 1890, and held pastorates at Port Allegany, Pa., 
and Royalton, Clarendon, Delevan, and Clarence, N. Y. 
J Married Ella Leota French, 12 Oct. 1875, at Grand Crossing, 111. 
Children — Pearl Eloise, born 15 July 1876; died 2 April 1877. 
Frederick Albert, born 10 March 1878. 
Leota Belle, born 4 Nov. 1880. 
Roy Springer, bom 12 May 1885. 
Residence, Clarence, N. Y. 

147. SARAH REBECCA ROLAND (CHILDS). 

Bom 7 Jan. 1851, at Cedarville, 111. Prepared in Freeport (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. First woman to graduate from Northwestern University. 
Married John Aiken Childs, 12 Sept. 1878, at Naperville, 111. 
Children — Florence Leah, born 22 Oct. 1881. 

Mildred M., bom 11 Oct. 1882. 

John Roland, bom 22 Aug. 1886. 
Residence, 526 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 

148. ANDREW JACKSON SCOTT. 

Born 12 April 1848, in Virgil Township, Kane Co., 111. Prepared at Clark 
Seminary, Aurora, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1877, A.M. 
Adelphic. Class day orator. Managing editor of Tripod, Oct. 1873-March 
1874. Pastor of Methodist church in Aurora, 111., 1878-79; First Congre- 
gational church, Evanston, 111., 1879-86. Wholesale lumber merchant in 
East Tennessee, 1886-93. Alderman of Lowden, Tenn., 1890. Pastor of 
Congregational church in California, 1898-1900. Has been captain of Ten- 
nessee River steamboat, and held U. S. Government pilot's license. Manager 
of the Chiapas (Mex.) Rubber Co., Chicago, since 1900. Author of pamphlet 
on rubber culture in Mexico. 

Married Julia Belle Earley, 23 Aug. 1873, at Desplaines, 111. 

Children — Clarence Earl, born 20 June 1874; died 5 June 1879. 
Donald, bom 26 Nov. 1879. 
LuciLE, born 4 Aug. 1886. 

Residence, 125 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 



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149. JOHN WILLIAM SCOTT. 
Brother of No. 209. 

Born 15 Jan. 1855, at Wellsburg, Pa. Prepared at Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1877, A.M. M.D., Chicago Medical College. Physi- 
cian, Springfield, 111. Secretary of the Illinois State Board of Health, 1893-97. 
Married Jennie E. Dixon, 11 May 1880, at Wakeeney, Kan. 
Children — Theresa D., bom 17 June 1881. 
Robert R., born 1883. 
Leonard, bom 1885. 
John W., bom 1887. 
Residence, 1120 S. Fourth St., Springfield, 111. 

150. *GILBERT MAURICE SIMMONS. 

Born at Kenosha, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern University Academy. 
B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. Banker in Kenosha, Wis., until his death. 
Married Juliet R. Clarkson, 31 March 1876, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Elizabeth, born in 1882. 
Clarkson, born in 1883. 
Died 15 Jan. 1890, at Kenosha, Wis. 

161. GEORGE HENRY SMITH. 

Born 16 April 1849, at Waplode, near Moulton Chapel, Lincolnshire, Eng- 
land. Prepared at Detroit High School. A.B. 1877, A.M. Hinman. Gradu- 
ated from Union Theological Seminary, 1876. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal. Member of New York Conference since 1876. Pastorates at New 
York City, Irvington, Napaneck, Hancock, Deposit, Newburgh, Sing Sing, 
Golden' s Bridge, Sheffield, Saugerties, and Highland, N. Y. Made the tour 
of the world in 1880. Contributor to New York Independent, Springfield 
Republican, New York Advocate, and others. 

Married Belle McElhone, 4 Jan. 1882. at EUenville, N. Y. 

■H^ Children — Halsey Kimberly, born 24 Sept. 1882; died 24 April 1884. 

W^L Ford Cushing, born 2 Oct. 1883. 

I^^^^L Courtland Ninde, born 22 Nov. 1885. 

1^^^^^^ Roger McElhone, born 29 Aug. 1888. 

1^^^^^^^ Kenneth Maxwell, born 14 July 1892. 

I^^^^^HP' Olin RobinsOxNT, born 9 Aug. 1893. 

I^V Residence, Highland, N. Y. 

I^^V 152. JAMES TREWARTHA. 

I^H Born 28 Jan. 1845, in Cornwall, England. Prepared in Northwestern 

' University Academy. A.B. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Cler- 

gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preached in the states of Wisconsin, Kansas, 
and Iowa ; missionary to Dakota- Member of Dakota Conference. Located, 
1893. 

Married AUie A. Bennett, 9 April 1881, at Avoca, Wis. 



102 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1874 

Children — William James, born 22 Aug. 1883. 

Marion Aurelias, born 22 Aug. 1889. 

Orien Paul, bom 19 Oct. 1893. 

Bernice L., born 7 Oct. 1896; died 28 March 1902. 
Residence, Bradley, South Dakota. 



163. OSCAR WELLINGTON WILLITS 

Born 30 June 1854, at Detroit, Mich. Prepared in Detroit High School. 
A.B. • 1877, A.M. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Adelphic. Cler- 
gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor in Detroit Conference, 1876-80. Mis- 
sionary to Peking, Tientsin, and Tsunhua, China, 1880-84 and 1886-90. 
Since 1890 pastor in Detroit Conference, with two years' lectureship in Ohio 
Wesleyan University. Member of Peking Oriental Society, 1890. Con- 
tributor to periodical press. 

Married Caroline Tryphena Mason, 10 Oct. 1876, at Chesaning, Mich. 

Children — Clara Mildred, born 13 Nov. 1878. ('01 University of Michi- 
gan.) 
EsTELLA Howard, born 18 Sept. 1883. 

Residence, 524 Baker St., Detroit, Mich. 



154. MELVILLE COX WIRE. 

Born 11 June 1846, at Union, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1878, A.M. Adelphic. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical 
Institute. 1894, D.D., from Willamette University. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal; Rock River Conference, at Austin, Franklin, Byron, Evans- 
ton, Fielding, 111. Transferred to Oregon Conference. Pastor at Salem, 
Eugene, Portland, and Albany, Ore. 

Married Mary E. Bradshaw (ex-' 77), 25 Oct. 1876, at Freeport, 111. 

Children — Melville Thomas, born 25 Sept. 1877. 
Francis Benjamin, bom 4 Sept. 1879. 
Wesley M., born 24 July 1883. 

Residence, Albany, Ore. 



155. JACOB THOMAS ZIEGLER. 

Born 31 Dec. 1852, at Delta, Pa. Prepared in West Nottingham Academy, 
Maryland. Attended Dickinson College, Pennsylvania. A.B. 1877, A.M. 
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary. Graduate work in Boston University. 
Beta Theta Pi. Pastor of M. E. Church in Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1879-81 ; with 
P. W. Ziegler & Co., publishers, Philadelphia, 1881-83; edited People's Maga- 
zine, 1883-85; engaged in fruit growing at Neptune, Fla., 1894 ; postmaster 

at Neptune, Fla.; trustee of St. Luke's M. E. Church, Bryn Mawr, Pa., for 
several years; president of Jupiter Cemetery Association, Neptune, Fla. 

Married Ida A. Bower, 9 Oct. 1895, at Delta, Pa. 

C/iiZd— John, born 19 Aug. 1896. 

Residence, Neptune, Dade Co., Fla. 



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CLASS OF 1875. 

lis class deposited in the University Museum a collection of pottery and 
bones taken from a mound at Benton, 111. 

166. GEORGE AUGUSTUS BABBITT. 



r_ —■- 

^^^ Chicago American. 

Address, care of Chicago American, 610 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

157. *JOSEPH HENRY BATES. 
Father of No. 1140. 

Born 4 Jan. 1851, at Neponset, 111. Prepared at Neponset High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1878, A.M. Phi Kappa 
Sigma. 1881, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Taught school, 1875-79; pro- 
fessional studies, 1879-81; practicing physician at Altona, 111., 1881-84; at 
Neponset, 111., until his death. 

Married Mary E. Wood, 23 Dec. 1876, at Evanston, 111. 

Children— AJ.ICE M., born 18 April 1882; died 1 May 1882. 
Ethel M., born 7 Dec. 1877. (No. 1140). 

Died 1 Jan. 1894, at Neponset, 111. 

168. *CHARLES HANEY BURKE. 
Brother of Nos. 46 and 91. 

Student from Byron, 111., 1871-75. A.B. 1880, A.M. Mann prize. One 
year professor in a North Carolina seminary; four years Professor of Greek 
Language and Literature in Simpson Centenary CoUege. % 

Died 1 March 1882, at San Antonio, Texas. 

169. LUCIUS CHARLES COLMAN. 

Born 27 March 1853, at Fond du Lac, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. Lumber mer- 
chant, LaCrosse, Wis. 

Married Genevra W. Reed, 15 May 1883, at LaCrosse, Wis. 

Child — Helen, born in 1884; died. 

Residence, LaCrosse, Wis. 

160. *JOHN JACOB CRIST. 

Born 1846, at Lawrenceburg, Ind. Entered from Hamline University, 
Red Wing, Minn. A.B. Hinman. Beta Theta Pi. Blanchard and Hin- 
man prizes, 1875. 1877, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Served with Co. A, 
1st Minnesota Regiment, from 8 March 1865 to 14 July 1865; Chaplain in the 
different posts. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preached in Minnesota 
Conference until his death, holding charges at Plainview, Dover, Preston, 
Olive Branch, Spring Valley, Monticello and Faribault. 

Married Eva M. VanNorman, 14 March 1878, at Hamilton, Ont. 



104 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1875 

Children — Nina VanNorman, born 17 June 1879. 

Hamline Everett, born 16 Aug. 1880. 

Carl, born 29 Nov. 1885. 

Harry Philip, born 7 June 1887. 
Died 8 March 1894, at Faribault, Minn. 

161. *JOHN W. DICKSON. 

Student from Chicago, 111., 1871-75. A.B. In coffee and spice business 
at Mazatlan, Mexico, in 1880. In 1891 at Vera Cruz, Mexico. 
Deceased. 

162. CHARLES ARTHUR GASKELL. 

Bom 5 Dec. 1849, at Cazenovia, N. Y. Prepared at New Berlin Academy, 
N. Y. A.B. 1878, A.M. Hinman prize. Editor and publisher of the U. S. 
Gazette; manufacturer and publisher of subscription books. Author of 
"Memories," "Antiquarian Research," and editor of the book, "Thrifty People 
and Why They Thrive." 

Married A. Augusta Kuhlen, 5 Nov. 1893, at Chicago, 111. 

CMZfZ— Grace Theodora, born 28 Feb. 1894. 

Residence, unknown. 

163. ALBERT DANA GILLESPIE. 

Bom 11 April 1853, at Dubuque, Iowa. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. C.E. After teaching one year took a graduate 
course of two terms in architecture in Cornell University. With the U. S. 
Engineer Corps on the Lake Survey, 1874, and again in the improvement of 
the Mississippi River, 1879-81. Architect in New York City in 1886, and in 
Chicago, 1887 

Residence, unknown. 

164. CORTEZ JOHNSON GOODENOW. 

Born 4 March 1857, at Manitowoc, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi. Merchant in Granite Falls, Minn. 
Dry goods business in Los Angeles. 

Married Anna E. Wheelock, 14 Feb. 1881, at Troy, N. Y. 

Children — Sylvester, born in 1884. 
Harold W., bom in 1886. 

Residence, Los Angeles, Cal. 

166. JOHN HENRY HAMLINE. 

Born 23 March 1856, at Rotterdam, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Managing editor of 
Tripod. Graduated from Columbia College Law School in 1877. President 
of Illinois State Bar Association, 1896. Hamline, j Scott & Lord, lawyers, 
500 The Temple, Chicago. 

Married Josephine Meade, 19 May 1880, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1621 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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166. FRANK MITCHELL HARRIS. 

Student from Mendota, 111., 1871-75. C.E. Sigma Chi. Teacher in Kan- 
sas Normal School, Emporia, Kan., 1876-78; at Ashley, 111., 1878. Later 
First Assistant to L. E. Cooley on Government works at St. Charles, Mo. 
Treasurer of the Kaw Valley Paint and Oil Co., Kansas City, Mo. Later re- 
sided in New York City. 

Married Lucy Feeble of Richmond, Va., 29 Nov. 1877. 

Address, unknown. 

167. JAMES LEWIS HARRISON. 

Born 8 May 1846, at Newcastle, Ky. Prepared at Westminster College, 
Fulton, Mo. A.B. 1884, A.M. Attended Boston Theological School, 1875- 
77. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, until 1884. Preached in the New 
Hampshire Conference, at Milford, Peterboro, Lempster and Gofifstown, 
1877-85. Real estate dealer in Worcester, Mass., 1885 . 

Married Lucie Person Wallace, 30 July 1878, at Nashua, N. H.- 

Residence, 1 Oberlin St., Worcester, Mass. 

168. FRANCIS ALBERT HILLS. 

Student from Light House, 111. A.B. Hurd prize; second prize for essay 
at Intercollegiate Literary Contest in New York, 1876. Farmer. 
Married Winnifred Heller, 30 Dec. 1897. 
Address, Oregon, 111. (R. F. D.). 

169. ROBERT BENJAMIN HOSTETLER. 

Student from Decatur, 111. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. Associate editor of 
Decatur Journal, Decatur, 111., 1881. Druggist, Sedalia, Mo., 1882. 
Address, Temple Court, Minneapolis, Minn. (1899.) 

170. AMY CORNELIA KELLOGG (MORSE). 

Born 18 March 1853, at Lake Mills, Wis. Prepared at Ft. Atkinson (Wis.) 
High School. Ph.B.. On Commencement program. Teacher in high schools 
in Janesville, LaCrosse and Sparta, 1876-83. After 1883 in the lecture field 
for the W. C. T. U. President of the Wisconsin State W. C. T. U., 1884-92. 
Contributor to temperance periodicals. 

Married Edgar L. Morse, 22 Nov. 1887. 

Children — Leverett Kellogg, born 26 Jan. 1889; died 1 March 1889. 
Miriam Kellogg, born 16 April 1891. 
Helen Ide, born 10 April 1892. 

Residence, West Williamsfield, Ohio. 

171. CHARLES EDWARD LAMBERT. 

Born 30 Sept. 1842, at Connemara, Ireland. Came to United States at 18 
years of age. Served three years in 12th Kan. Vol. in the War of the 
Rebellion. Entered college from Baker University, Baldwin, Kan. A.B. 



106 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1875 

1878, A.M. 1880, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Pastor at Lafayette, 
Ind., 1876. Professor University of Indiana, 1877-79. President of Willa- 
mette University, Oregon, 1880. Professor of English Literature at Oregon 
State University, 1881-84. Prin. of school, Oakland, Cal., 1885-89. Pastor 
of Congregational church, Yaquima City, Oregon, in 1890-96, at Tacoma, 
Wash., 1896-99. Prin. Academy, Snohomish, Wash., 1899-1901. Pastor, 
Bothell, Wash., 1902. Prin. Boys' Home School, Seattle, Wash., 1903. 
Married Nellie Lathrop of Evanston, 111., 25 Oct. 1876. 
Children — Edith Peyton, born 25 Sept. 1877. 

Clara Constance, born 6 Nov. 1880. 

Cecil Lathrop, born 20 Au^ 1883. 

Elinor Elinor, bojn 8 Jan. 1886. 

Francis McNamara, born 3 July 1888. 

D'Arcy Richard, born 8 June 1891. 

Charles Desmond, born 12 April, 1896. 
Residence, 540, 22d Ave., South, Seattle, Wash. 

172. ROBERT DAVID LEWIS. " . 

Student from Chicago, III, 1871-75. A.B. 1890, A.M. Elected to Phi 
Beta Kappa, 1892. Reading law with McCagg, Culver & Butler, Chicago, 
1878. Lawyer. 

Residence, unknown. 

173. *HENRY KANAGA METCALF. 

Born 5 June 1852, at Kenosha, Wis. Attended Lawrence and Nebraska 
State Universities. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Hinman. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal ; member and for ten years Secretary of Central Illinois Conference ; 
pastor at Lawn Ridge, Victoria, Whitefield, Bardolph, Cleveland, New Boston, 
Hamilton, Dwight, Elmwood, Bushnell, Geneseo, Lexington, and Sheldon, 111. 
Married, (1) Ella L. Robinson of Geneseo, III., 17 Oct. 1878; she died 24 
Dec. 1892. (2) Olive B. Ray of Oregon, 111., 27 June 1894. 
Children — Minnie Myrle, born 25 Feb. 1880. 

Florence Ossoli, born 22 July 1883. 
Frank Albert, born 22 July 1883. 
Zella v., born 21 Jan. 1886. 
Ray Will, bom 26 Nov. 1895. 
Died 12 Sept. 1900, at Sheldon, 111. 

174. JOHN THOMPSON RAY. 

Bom 21 Sept. 1851, at Oregon, 111. Prepared at Oregon High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Extensive study in pedagogy. 
Principal of Byron, 111., schools, 1875-77. Superintendent of schools for Ogle 
County, 111., 1877-84. Superintendent of Highland Park schools and Princi- 
pal of Deerfield Township High School, 1884-88. Principal of school in Spring- 
field, 111., 1888-92. Principal of the John Crerar School, Chicago, 1892 . 

Director of Illinois Pupils' Reading Circle, 1895. Author of pamphlets on Pupil 
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Married Emily S. Light, at Oregon, 111., in 1880. 
Children — Bessie, born in 1882. 

Hugh L., born in 1884. 

Charles L., born in 1886. 

Stella, born in 1891. 

Ethel Jean, bom in 1894. 
Residence, 1280 West Adams St., Chicago. 

176. ALBERT RICHARD ROBINSON. 

Born 20 Feb. 1847, in Deercreek Township, Pickaway Co., Ohio. Pre- 
pared at Baker University, Kan., and Northwestern University Academy. 
A.B. 1881, A.M. Hinman. Phi Gamma Delta; ''Spade and Serpent"; Phi 
Beta Kappa. Marcy botanical prize. Teacher at Maywood, 111., 1875-77; at 

Hinsdale, 1877-81 ; in Chicago, 1881 . Principal of the Chicago English 

High and Manual Training School. 

Married Jennie Pearsall, 27 June 1878. 

Children — Mabel Stella, born 25 July 1879. 

Helen Eva, born 25 Sept. 1886 ; died 3 Feb. 1889. 
Kathryn, born 5 June 1892. 

Residence, Hinsdale, 111. 

176. JAMES FRANK STOUT. 

Born 25 Feb. 1850, at Potter Center, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1878, A.M. 1896, D.D. Also D.D. from Ham- 
line University. Beta Theta Pi. Second prize in Interstate Oratorical con- 
test. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates at Pittsfield, Springfield, 
Quincy, Bloomington, Danville, 111. Joined Minnesota Conference; at St. 
Paul, Minneapolis, Mankato, Red Wing and Winona. 

Married Mary Bushnell Lewellen, in 1875, at Evanston, 111. 

Children — Mary B., born in 1878. 

William B., born in 1880. 
Frances B., born in 1885. 

Residence, 316 E. Broadway, Winona, Minn. 



177. CHARLES WESLEY TURNER. 

Born 8 July 1849, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago High School and Pre- 
paratory Department of Chicago University. Student at Chicago University, 
1871-72. A.B. Librarian of Chicago Y. M. C. A., January to October 1876; 
General Secretary of Y. M. C. A. at Aurora, 111., 1876-77; same at Milwaukee, 
Wis., 1877-82. Retired on account of failure of health. Entered the minis- 
try of Methodist Episcopal Church in 1888; pastor at Stockbridge, Wis., 1888- 
90 ; at Elo, Wis., 1890-91 ; at Waukan, Wis., 1891-94 ; at Amherst, Wis., 1894-96 ; 
retired on account of failure of health, 1896-98 ; pastor at New London, Wis., 
1898-1900 ; at West Allis, Wis., 1900 . Member of Wisconsin Conference. 

Married Florence Nightengale Wakeman, 19 March 1879, at Oshkosh, Wis. 



108 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1875 

Children — John Wakeman, born 21 June 1880. 

Fred Nixon, born 21 Jan. 1883. 

Annabel, born 13 Oct. 1885. 

Glenn Patterson, born 4 May 1889. 

Forrest Haven, bom 21 April 1891. 

Florence Nightengale, born 19 July 1893. 

Charles Wesley, Jr., born 20 Jan. 1897. 

Mary Elizabeth, born 23 Jan. 1900; died 6 Feb. 1900. 
Residence, West Allis, Wis. 

178. HERMAN HENRY UNLAND. 

Bom 12 May 1848, at Bluff Springs, 111. Prepared at Wesleyan College, 
Warrenton, Mo. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Principal of Pekin (111.) High 
School one year; merchant at Beardstown, 1877-82; real estate at Wellington 
and Cimarron, Kan., 1883-89; merchandise commission broker, Kansas City, 
1889-91 ; with the grain firm of Smith, Hippen & Co., Peoria, 111., 1891 . 

Married Emma J. Smith of Will Co., 111., 15 June 1876. 

Children — Cora C, born in 1877. 
Lloyd B., born in 1879. 
Bloss C, born in 1882. 

Residence, unknown. 

179. *THOMAS VAN SCOY. 

Bom 13 Feb. 1848, in White Co., Ind. Prepared at Battle Ground and 
Brookston, Ind., Academies. A.B. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. 1878, A.M. 
1880, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. D.D., University of Pacific. Served 
as private in Co. I, the 154th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteers, from 18 
March 1865 to 4 Aug. 1865. Professor of Greek at Willamette University; 
its President, 1880-91. Dean of Portland University, Oregon, 1891-98. Presi- 
dent of Montana Wesleyan University until his death in 1901. Member of 
Oregon Conference. Twelve years a member of the Oregon State Board of 
Examiners. 

Married, (1) , in 1874, at Flora, Ind. (2) Jessie Eastham, 17 

Aug. 1885, at Salem, Ore. 

Children — Lena Mary, born 14 April 1880. 
Paul William, bom 4 Aug. 1886. 

Died at Helena, Mont., 11 Feb. 1901. 

180. FRANCIS MARION WARRINGTON. 
Brother of Nos. 324 and 325. 
Born 2 July 1850, at Alexandria, Ky. Prepared at Quincy (now Chad- 
dock) College, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta 
Pi. Gage prize. 1878, A.M. 1886, B.D., Boston University Theological 
School. Graduate work in philosophy and voice culture. Clergyman, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, 1875-83; since 1893 pastor at Ensenada, Lower California, 
Beaumont, and Simi, Cal. Member of Southern California Conference. 
Residence, Simi, Cal. 




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181. EMILY WHEADON (MINIUM). 
Mother of No. 1107. 

Born 13 April 1854, at Brickton (Park Ridge), 111. Prepared at North- 
western University Academy. Ph.B. Kedzie prize. 1890, Ph.M. 
Married William J. Minium (No. 122), 29 July 1874, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, Kankakee, 111. 

182. EMILY FRANCES WHEELER. 

Bom at Guilford, 111. Prepared in Rockford High School. B.L. 1880, 
A.M. (hon.) Phi Beta Kappa. Instructor in French at Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1875-77 ; two years of study abroad ; Instructor in History and Modem 
Languages in Gannett Institute, Boston, 1880-83; six months of study abroad; 
Professor of Modern Languages at Ohio State University, 1884-86 ; same in 
Allegheny College, Pa., 1886-87. Graduate Scholar in Romance and Teutonic 
Philology at Bryn Mawr, 1887-88. Abroad 1890, 1897, 1900. Acting 
Professor of Romance Languages in Northwestern University, 1891-93, and 
Professor, 1893-97. Instructor in French and Spanish, Lewis Institute, 1898- 
1902. 

Residence, 118 Sixth St., Rockford, 111. 

183. GEORGE HENRY WHITE. 

Born 12 Sept. 1852, at Easton, N. Y. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Lawyer in Minneapolis and afterward in Chicago. 
Married Cora H. Amdt of Sandusky, O., 17 Feb. 1885. 
Children — Vernon A., born in 1887. 
Gladys C, born in 1890. 
Address, 812 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 



CLASS OF 1876. 

184. NATHAN R. ALLEN. 

Born 18 Sept. 1855. Prepared at Kenosha, Wis. C.E. Manufacturer at 
Kenosha, Wis. 

Residence, Kenosha, Wis. 

185. ALANSON STEWART APPLETON. 

Born 25 July 1856, at Evanston, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Proprietor of Appleton's Bureau of 
Writers, Chicago. Writer of stories, books, magazine articles and newspaper 
editorials. 

Address, unknown. 

186. WILLIAM SANFORD ARNOLD. 

Born 30 Nov. 1842, in Hampshire Co., Va. (now Mineral Co., W\ Va.) 
Prepared at Battle Ground Collegiate Institute and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1880, A.M. Hinman. Served in Co. K, 116th Indiana 



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Volunteer Infantry, 15 July 1863 to 2 March 1864, and in Co. G, 151st Indiana 
Volunteer Infantry, 23 Jan. 1865 to 19 Sept. 1865. Teacher in Northwestern 
University Academy and in business colleges in Evanston and Chicago, 1876- 
80; Professor of Natural History and English Literature in Willamette Uni- 
versity, Ore., 1880-93; Professor of History and English in Puget Sound 
University, 1893-98. Trustee 1st M. E. Church, Salem, Ore. Editor of the 
college journal at Willamette University, 1881-85. Contributor to news- 
papers and college song books. 

Married Alice Lenore Misner, at Evanston, 111., 26 July 1881. 
Children — Frances Alice, born 10 July 1883. 
Ella Agnes, born 3 April 18^. 
Myrtle Marguerite, born 10 Dec. 1887. 
William Wallace, born 2 Feb. 1890. 
John Albert, born 23 Aug. 1893. 
Residence, 902 South 9th St., Tacoma, Wash. 

187. JAMES ELLIS BELL. 

Born 4 Aug. 1846, at Lewistown, Pa. Prepared at Williamsport and 
Kishocoquilas Seminaries. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Mem- 
ber of Central Pennsylvania Conference: Williamsport, Duncannon, Holi- 
daysburg, Bedford, Chambersburg and Altoona, Pa. 1900, appointed presid- 
ing elder, Altoona district. 

Married Juniata Waters, 15 Jan. 1880, at York, Pa. 
Children — Grace Bowman, born 9 March 1881. 
Elsie Mary, born 21 March 1883. 
Marian Evelyn, born 23 Nov. 1885. 
Lois Jordan, born 15 May 1889. 
Residence, 1121 8th Ave., Altoona, Pa. 

188. *SMITH SCOTT BRADFORD. 

Born 13 Sept. 1848, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Prepared at North- 
western University Academy. A.B. 1881, A.M. 1878, B.D., Garrett Bibli- 
cal Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Held charges in Upper 
Iowa Conference until 1888, when illness compelled him to become super- 
numerary. 

Died 8 Dec. 1892, at University Park, Colo. 

189. * JESSIE BROWN (HILTON). 

Born 19 June 1854, in Chicago. First woman to enter Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. First woman graduate in classical course. 1888, 
A.M. As clergyman's wife resided in Illinois, Nebraska and Utah. State 
Superintendent of Evangelistic work, Nebraska W. C. T. U., 1891; Illinois 
State Superintendent of Mothers' Meetings, 1895; National Secretary of same, 
1896; lecturer of National W. C. T. U., 1898. 

Married Theophilus B. Hilton (No. 195), 28 May 1878, at Evanston, 111. 

Died 15 June 1900, at Evanston, 111. 




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190. WALTER LEE BROWN. 

Bom 24 Aug. 1853, at Melrose, Mass. Prepared in public schools of Chicago 
and Oak Park, 111., and Pennsylvania Military Academy, Chester, Pa. B.S. 
Attended School of Mines, Columbia College, 1875-77. Assistant to Professor 
Chas. F. Chandler, Columbia College. Commercial chemist and assayer in 
Chicago, 1880-85. Chief chemist C. B. & Q. Ry. Co. laboratory, Aurora, 111. 
President B. F. Reynolds & Co., steel plate furnaces, Chicago. Author of 
"Manual of Assaying Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores." 

Married Ina Belle Brown, 16 Oct. 1884, at Boone, la. 

Children — Lothrop B., born 28 March 1886. 

Lois Virginia, born 19 April 1891. 
Delight, born 24 Jan. 1898. 

Residence, 942 Michigan Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 69 Dearborn St., 
Chicago, 111. 

191. LEONARD GURLEY COCHRAN. 

Bom 4 Sept. 1851, at Clyde, Ohio. Prepared at Rock River Seminary, 
Mt. Morris, 111. A.B. 1881, A.M. in course. Garrett Biblical Institute, 
1878-80. Taught in Illinois public schools, 1876-78. Professor of Natural 
Sciences in Hedding College, 111., 1880-84. Principal of a private seminary at 
Rochester, Minn. Member of Central Illinois Conference, 1881-88: charges 
at Lafayette, Sparland and Hudson. Upper Iowa Conference, 1888-95: 
charge at New Hampton, 1888-89. Professor of Natural Sciences in Upper 
Iowa University, 1889-92. Same chair at Willamette University, Oregon, 
1892-99. Acting Professor of Chemistry, Medical Department, Willamette 
University, 1895-96. Member of Oregon Conference, 1895-99, and of Puget 
Sound Conference, 1899-1900. Professor of Biology, Puget Sound University, 
Tacoma, Wash., 1899-1900. In business, Tacoma, Wash., 1900-01. Raising 
oranges at Upland, Southern California, 1901 . 

Married Marian Cecilia Tubbs of Kirkwood, 111., 25 Dec. 1883. 

Children — Harold Haven, born 4 Sept. 1886. 

Clifford Leonard, born 27 June 1892. 

ilesidence, Upland, California. 

192. *DRAYTON LAVENTURE CONNELL. 

Entered college from Dubuque, la. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Was in 
abstract business in Dubuque, la. 
Died, 1883. 

193. *JOHN CURRER. 

Entered college from Chicago. A.B. 1879, A.M. Clergyman; pastor 
Presbyterian church at Braidwood, 111., 1878; same, Hebron, 111., 1880. 
Died. 

194. CHARLES MARVIN ELLINWOOD. 

Bom 14 June 1855, at Grand de Tour, 111. Student from Mt. Morris, HI., 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Phi Beta Kappa. 



112 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1876 

1885, Ph.M. Teacher in the University Academy, 1876-80; in Simpson 
College, Iowa, 1880-88; at Lincoln, Neb., 1888-98. Chancellor Nebraska 
Wesleyan University, 1897-98. 

Married (1) Carrie A. Miller, at Rockford, 111., 7 July 1877; she died 25 
Dec. 1897. (2) Minnie Clark Jay, 2 April 1899, in Chicago, lU. 
Children — Bernice, born 14 July 1878. 
Annabel, bom 24 Nov. 1880. 
Herbert, bom 20 Nov. 1882. 
Marvin, born 7 July 1888. 
Fannie, born 16 Feb. 1890. 
Grace, born 11 Aug. 1891. 
Agnes, bom 28 Nov. 1893. 
DeWitt, born 20 Nov. 1894. 
Residence, Beaumont, Texas. 

195. *THEOPHILUS BROWN HILTON, JR. 
Born 28 Aug. 1848, at Rockton, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Gage prize. 1879, A.M. 1878, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. D.D. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined 
Rock River Conference, 1878: Ravenswood and other charges. Member 
Illinois State Central Executive Committee of Prohibition party. Appointed 
in 1880 to take charge of the M. E. Seminary, Salt Lake City, Utah. Editor 
of the Utah Review, monthly, of that seminary. Held charges in Chicago, 
111., South Omaha, Fremont and York, Neb., and in Quincy, 111. 
Married Jessie Brown (No. 189), 28 May 1878, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Marguerite, born in 1879. 

Carolyne Louise, born 12 March 1881 ; died 25 Nov. 1886. 
Theophilus B., bom in 1884. 
Homer, born in 1886. 
Charles O., born in 1887. 
Died, 25 March 1894, at Quincy, 111. 

196. CHARLES WESLEY HUDSON. 

Bom at Concord, N. Y., 4 Aug. 1846. Prepared at Aurora Academy, 
N. Y. A.B. Trustee of Waukegan Township schools. Dealer in fruit and 
ornamental trees, Waukegan, 111. 

Married Hattie S. Piper, 24 Aug. 1875, at East Aurora, N. Y. 
Children— EiMER W., born in 1876. Paul W., born in 1887. 

Farnham a., bom in 1878. Gladys, bom 1890, died 1899. 

Truman B., born in 1880. Hattie, died 1900. 

Charles W., bom in 1883. 

Albert C, born in 1885. 
Residence, Waukegan, 111. 

197. FRANCIS MEREDITH JONES. 

Entered college from Schuyler, Mo. C.E. Resided in Pueblo, Nev., in 

1S78. 

Residence, unknown. 



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198. JOHN KRANTZ, JR. 



Born 19 Nov, 1852, at Racine, Wis. Prepared in Racine High School. 
Entered from Beloit College. A.B. Managing editor of Tripod. 1880, A.M. 
Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. 1897, D.D. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal; Newark (N. J.) Conference. Pastor at Jersey City, Boonton and 
Somerville, N. J., Mariner's Harbor, Staten Island, N. Y., and Newark and Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Manager of The Methodist, 1876-77. One of managers of 
Sunday School Union and Newark Conference Educational Board. Presiding 
Elder Newark Conference, 1897-1901. General sales agent of Methodist Book 
Concern, New^ York City, and manager of retail department since 1901. 

Married Carrie R. Roberts of Beverly, Mass., 2 July 1877, at Racine, Wis. 

Children — Clayton. Edith. Newton. 

John. Hazel. Gertrude. 

Alpheus. 

Residence, 657 E. 26th St., Paterson, N. J. 

199. HENRIETTA A. LINN. 

Born 19 Nov. 1852, at Berwick, 111. Prepared at Mt. Morris, 111., and 
Rockford Female College. B.L, 1888, M.L. Ossoli Literary Society. 
Teacher since graduation. County Superintendent of Public Instruction in 
Cheyenne Co., Kan., 1886-88. Teaching in Chicago since 1890. 

Residence, 2387 N. 42d Ave., Irving Park Station, Chicago, 111. 

200. FRANK W. LORD. 
Born 30 Aug. 1848, at Colchester, Conn. Prepared at Jennings Seminary. 
A.B. Druggist, Piano, 111. 

Married Lida Van Emon, 15 Dec. 1880, at Yorkville, 111. 
Children — Walter Van Emon, born in 1881 ; died. 

Frank M., born in 1887. 
Residence, Piano, 111. 



201. LAFAYETTE EMMET McGARRY. 

Student from Evanston, 111., 1873-76. B.S. 
Residence, Gold Field, Colo. 



IH Born 26 Nov. 1853, near Galesburg, 111. Prepared at Abingdon, 111. A.B. 
Deering prize. 1879, A.M. 1878, LL.B., Union College of Law, Chicago. 
Lawyer. Practicing at Clarinda, la., 1878-88 ; since then in Kansas City. 
Married Jessie Moore (No. 289), 25 July 1879, at Clarinda, la. 

Children— RuGK Webster, born 21 July 1880. (In college 1900 ). 

Howard Chesney, born 26 March 1883. (In college 1902 ). 

Ruth, born 9 March 1887. 
William Lane, born 31 Dec. 1890. 
Helen, born 21 Feb. 1893. 
Residence, 1919 E. 11th St., Kansas City, Mo.; office, 403 Massachusetts 
uilding, Kansas City, Mo. 



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203. ANDREW WILSON McPHERSON. 

Student from Rockford, 111. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Abstract and Loan 
business, Perry, Iowa. President of Dallas County Abstract Co., 1899. 
Residence, Perry, Iowa. 

204. WINFIELD SCOTT MATTHEW. 

Born 6 May 1848, at Cotton Hill, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. 1889, D.D. Adelphic. Sigma Chi; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Divided the Easter prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episco- 
pal. Joined Illinois Conference, 1876; Auburn, Taylorville and Springfield. 
Minnesota Conference, 1882-87; Red Wing, St. Paul and Stillwater. Dean of 
College of Liberal Arts and Vice-President of University of Southern California 
1887-94. Editor of the California Christian Advocate, 1894-1900. Delegate 
to General Conference in 1892 and 1896. Member of the American Academy 
of Political Science, and of the California Geographical Society. Presiding 

elder, California Conference, 1900 . 

Married Marion Lillian Pomeroy (No. 238), 25 Dec. 1877, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Margaret Lilian, born in 1879. 

Allan, bom in 1881. 

Melville Richards, born in 1883. 

Sarah Wheat, born in 1885. 

WiNFiELD Scott, Jr., born in 1886. 

Hettie Belle, born in 1888. 

Samuel Hurd, born in 1890. 

Raymond, born in 1892. 

Marian Hilliard, born in 1894. 

John Britton, born in 1896. 

Theodore, born in 1898. 

Gertrude Willard, born 1900. 
Residence, 2009 Lincoln St., Berkeley, Cal. 



205. *EMMA EUGENIA PARKS (WELLER). 

Student from Rochelle, 111. Ph.B. Mann prize. Commencement 
speaker. Resided at Euphemia, O., 1878. 

Married O. C. Weller (73, Chicago University), 28 June 1876, at Rochelle, 
111. 

Died. 

206. JENNIE ELIZA PATTISON (KRYDER). 
Sister of No. 207. 

Born 24 Nov. 1853, at West Point, 111. Prepared in Freeport (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. 

Married Cyrus Franklin Kryder (No. 262), 14 June 1882, at Freeport, 111. 
Residence, Freeport, 111. 






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207. MARY ELIZABETH PATTISON. 

Sister of No. 206. 



Student from Freeport, 111. Ph.B. Teacher in Freeport High SchooL 
Book and picture dealer for five years. Teacher in Cairo, 111., nine years. 
Residence, 173 Adams St., Freeport, 111. 

208. EARL FROTHINGHAM POTTER. 

In college 1872-76. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Civil engineer. President 
of the Chicago, Ft. Madison & Des Moines Ry. 
Married at Huron, Dak., fall of 1882. 
Residence, Fort Madison, Iowa. (1899.) 

209. FRANK HAMLINE SCOTT. 
Brother of No. 149. 

Bom 1 Jan. 1857, at Tipton, Iowa. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. 1878, LL.B., Union College of Law. Beta 
Theta Pi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Lawyer in Chicago. Member of the American, 
Illinois State, and Chicago Bar Associations, of the Chicago Historical Society, 
and Chicago Literary Club. 

Married Edith Kribben, 10 Oct. 1882, at St. Louis, Mo. 
Children — Bertha, born 9 Jan. 1884; died 9 May 1893. 
Bertram Delafield, born 15 March 1885. 
Marion Sturges, born 23 Oct. 1891. 
Residence, 1937 Oakdale Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 184 La Salle St. 

210. FRED MANVILLE TAYLOR. 



Bom 11 July 1855, at Northville, Mich. Prepared at Houghton and Mt. 
Clemens, Mich. A.B. 1879, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Gage 
rize; Hurd prize; half of Easter prize; prize essay and second prize in mental 
cience in Intercollegiate Contest in New York, 1876-77. Graduate student 
at Johns Hopkins University and University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of 
Michigan, 1888. Teacher and principal of Winnetka High School, 1876-78. 
Professor of History in Albion College, 1879-92. Alderman in Albion in 1892. 
Assistant Professor of Political Economy in University of Michigan, 1892-94; 
Junior Professor, 1895. Member of the American Statistical Society and the 
American Economical Association. 

Has published a Doctor's thesis, "The Right of the State To Be," 109 pp., 
and the following magazine articles: "Do We Want an Elastic Currency," 
Political Science Quarterly, 1896; "Objects and Methods of Current Reform," 
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1898; "Natural Law," Annals of American 
Academy, 1891 ; "Report of the Indianapolis Monetary Commission," Journal 
^fto/ Political Economy, 1898. 
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Children — Sandford B., born in 1881. 

Margaret C, bom in 1883. 

Edith A., born in 1887. 

Edward C, born in 1887. 
Residence, 527 Church St., Ann Arbor, Mich,* 

211. *SAMUEL EMERY VAN PETTEN. 

Entered coUege from Trivoli, 111. A.B. Made Peoria and Abingdon, 111., 
his places of residence after graduation. Intended to be a minister. 

Married E. Carrie Waughop (ex-'76), of La Prairie Center, 111., 30 June 
1877. • 

Died 12 Nov. 1877, at Abingdon, 111. 

212. CHARLES PINCKNEY WHEELER. 

Born 5 May 1856, at Mt. Carroll, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1879, A.M. Sigma Chi. Managing editor of 
Tripod. Student at Columbia School of Law, New York City, 1878 and 1879. 
President of Alumni Association, 1892-93. Trustee of Northwestern Uni- 
versity since 1900. Merchant, Chicago. 

Married Mattie F. Seymour, 10 Nov. 1881, at Norwood Park, 111. 

Children — Catherine, born in 1885. 
Seymour, born in 1885. 

Residence, 221 Dempster St., Evanston, 111. 

213. JOHN ANGELL JAMES WHIPPLE. 

Born 22 July 1852, at Howard, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. First prize in freshmaa 
and sophomore declamation contests. 1880, LL.B., Union College of Law. 
Phi Delta Phi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined Rock River Con- 
ference, 1882. Charges at Chicago, Morrison, Mendota, Princeton and Joliet, 
III. 

Married Minnie Aurelia Ne'v\i;on, 15 Feb. 1882, at Wyanet, 111. 
Children— Viva C, born 15 Jan. 1883. 
Mary L., born 4 Aug. 1885. 
Charlotte E., bom 7 March 1887. 
Helen I., bom 24 Oct. 1889. 
John Grant, born 24 June 1891. 
Newton Dean, born 3 Sept. 1893. 
Residence, Joliet, 111. 



CLASS OF 1877. 

214. MARTIN LUTHER ANDERSEN. 

Entered college from Lake View, 111. A.B. 1880, A.M. Teacher of 
natural science in Lake View High School in 1882. 
Residence, unknown. 



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215. HOWARD RAY ANTES. 

Bom 20 Oct. 1850, at Mifflinburg, Pa. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Freshman essay prize and Hinman prize. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal, at Peru, DeSelm, Crete, Elwood, Newark and 
Manhattan, 111., 1877-87; at Windsor, Florence, Rocky Ford and Glenwood 
Springs, Colo., 1887-95. Superintendent of the Navajo Faith Mission at 
Jewett, New Mexico, an independent enterprise which he began in 1895. Since 
1896 at Holyoke, Utah, where he has been postmaster since 1899. Publisher 
of the Navajos Evangel, representing the Indian mission of which he is still the 
superintendent. 

Married Eva Sybil Smith, 25 Dec. 1879, at Peru, 111. 

Residence, Aneth, Utah. 

216. *EDWIN JOHN BICKELL. 

Bom 16 Oct. 1846, in Quebec City, Can. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1880, A.M. Managing editor and publisher of 
Tripod, 1876-78; member of U. S. Life-Saving Crew. 1879, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. West Wisconsin Con- 
ference: Whitehall and Mondovi, 1879-80. Central Illinois Conference, 
1880-81. News correspondent in Arizona, 1882-83. Minister and editor of 
the Montana Christian Advocate, Helena, Mont., 1883-86. Preached in Black- 
foot, Idaho, one year and a half. Employed on the Independerit, Helena, 
Mont. In 1889 lost his eyesight from a severe cold. 

Married Ella A. James (ex-'80), 25 Dec. 1877, at Evanston, 111. 

Children — Edith E., born in 1879. 
Ralph, born in 1880. 

Died 18 Jan. 1898, at Thomasville, Ala. 

217. TIMOTHY COOKSON BRADLEY. 

Born 6 Dec. 1855, in Chicago. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. C.E. U. S. Assistant Engineer, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.; 
located at different periods at St. Louis, Lake Providence, La., Jefferson City, 
St. Joseph and Kansas City, Mo. Member of the American Society of Civil 
Engineers, and of the N. W. Society of Civil Engineers. 

Address, 1230 W. 8th St., Kansas City, Mo. 



218. FRANK MILTON BRISTOL 



In college, 1873-77. Ph.B. 1883, A.M. (hon.) Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi 
Beta Kappa. 1888, D.D. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Rock River 
Conference : Pastor in Chicago, at Englewood, Grace, and Trinity Churches. 
Pastor of First M. E. Church at Evanston, 111., 1893-98. Chairman of delega- 
ion to General Conference, 1895. Pastor at Metropolitan Church at Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1898 . Trustee of Northwestern University, 1894-99. 

President of the Northwestern University Alumni Association, 1895-96. Has 




118 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877 

published a series of his lectures in book form, entitled "Providential 
Epochs," Cranston & Curts, Cincinnati and Chicago. 
Married. 
Children — Leverett, born 1880. 

Cora, born ; died 24 Feb. 188*7. 

Harlow, born . 

Residence, Washington, D. C. 

219. ALBERT HENRY BURR. 

Born 19 Aug. 1850, at Durham, 111. prepared at Hedding CoUege, Abing- 
don, 111. Ph.B. Hinman. 1881, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Physi- 
cian. Lecturer on Rhinology and Laryngology in Post-Graduate Medical 
School of Chicago; attending physician to Provident Hospital since 1892; 
Adjunct Professor of the Practice of Medicine, College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, 1897-1900. Medical Inspector of Schools, 1900, Chicago Board of 
Education. Member of the American Medical Association since 1884, and of 
the Chicago Medical Society since 1883. 

Author of numerous pamphlets treating of various diseases ; of a prize essay 
before the Chicago Medical Society in 1896, and of contributions to the Char- 
lotte Medical Journal (1895), to the Journal of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, and many others. 

Married (1) Lizzie Westlake, in 1879, at Evanston, 111., who died 18 March 
1881. (2) Johanna Hess, 5 Nov. 1885, at Chicago. 

Children— Fred A., born 14 March 1881 ; died 3 Aug. 1881. 
Marguerite E., born 8 Dec. 1886. 
Walter A., born 25 Dec. 1891. 

Residence, 950 Pratt Ave., Chicago, 111. 

220. WILLIAM WALLACE CARR 

Born 2 July 1850, at Middlebury, Vt. Prepared at Middlebury High 
School. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Central 
Illinois Conference, 1877-93 ; transferred to Troy Conference, N. Y. ; stationed 
at Cohoes and Northville, N. Y., and Adams, Mass. Trustee of Northwestern 
University, 1888-92. 

Married Mattie L. Piper, 3 Oct. 1877, at Middlebury, Vt. 
Children — Ruby Pearl. 
Harlow P. 
George W. 
Sidney M. 
Ruth Mai. 
Residence, Adams, Mass. 

221. FRANK FISK CASSEDAY. 

Born 29 Feb. 1856, at Newark, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Mann prize. Chicago Medical Col- 
lege. 1879, M.D., at Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia. Practicing 
physician and surgeon since 1879. At Stevens Point, Wis., 1879; Kansas 



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1877] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 119 

City, 1880-90. One of the incorporators of the Kansas City Homeopathic 
Medical College, and occupied chair of diseases of eye, ear, throat and nose. 
President of the Kansas City Medical Society and Vice-President of the Mis- 
souri Institute of Medicine. Practicing in Minneapolis since 1890. Editor of 
Medical Argiis ten years; author of many scientific and medical papers. 

Married Elizabeth W. Henkle, 26 July 1888. 

Residence, Hampshire Arms, Minneapolis, Minn. Office, 506 Masonic 
Temple, Minneapolis. 

222. ALFRED COOK. 

Born 21 Oct. 1850, at Piano, 111. Prepared at Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 
lU. A.B. 1880, A.M. 1886, Ph.D., University of HaUe. Editor of Kendall 
Co. News, 1880-83. Principal Minonk, 111., public schools, 1887. Instructor 
in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr, 1888. Docent in Philosophy, Clark University, 
Mass., 1889. Teacher in West Chester, Pa., Normal, 1890. President of 
Piano, 111., School Board, 1894. Member of West Chester Philosophical 
Society, 1890. Author of "Ueber die Berkeleysche Philosophie" (A. Kae- 
merer & Co., Halle, 1886), and of ''Harmony of Natural Law and Free Will," 
1888. 

Residence, Piano, 111. 

223. FRANK HARVEY CUTLER. 

Born 25 June 1855, at Plainfield, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. 1882, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Taught in 
Cedar Rapids, la., three years before studying medicine. Physician in Cedar 
Rapids until 1889 ; since then at Bancroft and Cedar FaUs. Author of a treatise 
on "The New Antiseptics." 

Married Emma Alma Ross, of Cedar Rapids, 28 May 1885. 

Children — Alma M., bom in 1886. 
Frank R., born in 1887. 

Residence, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 



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224. ANNA AMELIA DAVIS (ELDER). 



Born 23 Nov. 1853, near Gallipolis, Ohio. Prepared at GaUipolis, and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. On Commencement program; 
divided Kedzie prize. Teacher in McGregor, la., 1878-80; married; lived in 
Wisconsin three years, in Idaho one year, in Kansas until 1895, and since in 
Alabama. President of the New Decatur, Ala., W. C. T. U. for three years 
and State Organizer for as long a period. Editor of a W. C. T. U. column in 
the Decatur Herald, weekly, for two years. With her husband organized 
Boaz, Ala.. Seminary, where they are both teaching. 

^ Married Eleazar Ball Lee Elder (No. 227), 7 July 1880, at McGregor, ia. 

^B Residence, Boaz, Ala. 

^^^Born 
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226. *ROBERT EDWARD EARLL. 

Born 24 Aug. 1853, at Waukegan, 111. Entered from University of Chi- 
cago. In college, 1874-77. B.S. 1890, M.S. Phi Beta Kappa. Special 



120 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877 

agent, 10th census; fisheries of the Atlantic coast. Deputy U. S. Agent, 
fisheries exhibit, London, 1883. Deputy Representative, Smithsonian Insti- 
tution and U. S. National Museum at New Orleans, 1885, Cincinnati, 1888, 
World's Fair, Chicago, 1893, and Atlanta, 1895. Curator, Smithsonian Insti- 
tute, 1888-96. Three years editor of the Proceedings and Bulletins of the 
National Museum. Published numerous scientific papers on fisheries. 

Married Louise A. Harding, of Clinton, la., 23 Feb. 1883. 

Children— Ernbst Harding, born 13 Feb. 1886; died 12 Nov. 1892 
Donald Montgomery, bom 17 June 1889. 

Died at Chevy Chase, Md., 19 March 1896. 

226. ALBERT DUDLEY EARLY. 

Bom 23 Jan. 1855, at Rockford, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Lawyer at Rockford, 111. 
Married Emma F. Blakeman, 25 Oct. 1880, at Rockford. 
Children — Caroline B., bom in 1881. 

John B., bom in 1883. 

Benjamin B., bom in 1887. 
Address, 109 W. State St., Rockford, 111. 

227. ELEAZAR BALL LEE ELDER. 

Born 4 Dec. 1848, near Salem, 111. Prepared at Kinmundy, 111., and 
Northwestem University Academy. A.B. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical 
Institute. 1882, A.M. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Wisconsin Con- 
ference five years. One year in Montana mission and eleven in Northwest 
Kansas Conference. Two years and a half as Professor of Art, Normal and 
Language work in Kansas Wesleyan University. One year teacher and 
preacher at Kinsey, Ala. President and teacher of academic branches at 
Boaz (Ala.) Seminary. 

Married Anna Amelia Davis (No. 224), 7 July 1880, at McGregor, Iowa. 

Children — Myra (Sharits), born 13 April 1881. 
Earl Bayard, bom 3 Aug. 1884. 
Carey Davis, born 24 Jan. 1893. 

Residence, Boaz, Ala. 

228. FRANK MACAJAH ELLIOT. 

Born 27 March 1853, at Corinna, Me. Entered from Minneapolis and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Philomathian; Sigma Chi. Hurd 
prize. Secretary and treasurer Alumni Association, 1883-84; president, 
1884-85. Trustee of the Village of Evanston, 1886. President of Evanston 
Hospital Association since 1896. Member of Chicago Literary Club since 
1896. Real estate business, Chicago. Published "History of Omega," 
1885; also sketch of W. H. Bissell, a former Governor of Illinois, in Trans- 
actions of the McLean County Historical Society, 1900. 

Married Anna D. Shuman, 13 Nov. 1878, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 225 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 



1877] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 121 

229. WILLIAM GRAY EVANS. 

Entered coUege from Denver, Colo. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Railroad con- 
struction and real estate ; secretary of Denver Tramway Co. 
Address, Mendota Block, Denver, Colo. 

230. *CLARENCE AUBREY GARDNER. 

Born 10 Aug. 1853. Entered college from Harvard, 111. Ph.B. Phi 
Kappa Sigma. Principal of Huntley School, Huntley, 111., until 1880. 
Died 13 Dec. 1882, at Harvard, 111. 

231. WILLIAM JAMES HATHAWAY. 

Born 7 Aug. 1848, at Bluffton, Ind. Prepared at Carleton College, North- 
field. Minn., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Michigan Conference; at Union City, Burr 
Oak, Wayland, Ithaca, Onondaga, Leroy, Decatur, Berrien Springs, Paw 
Paw, Vicksburg, Plainwell, South Haven, Clare. 

Married Martha L. Whitmer, 3 Oct. 1879, at Sturgis, Mich. 

Children — William Henry, born in 1880. 
Grace, born in 1886. 

Residence, Clare, Mich. 

232. ELIZABETH ROXANA HUNT. 

Sister of No. 508. 

Prepared at Village High School of Chicago, 111. B.L. 1883, M.L. 
Prize for essay at Intercollegiate Contest in New York, 1878. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Private instructor, 1883-92. Head instructor in English Depart- 
ment of Cumnock School of Oratory, 1892 . Instructor in English Litera- 
ture, College of Liberal Arts, Feb. -June 1902. 

Residence, 1566 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

233. ARTHUR STEVENS KIMBALL. 

Born 7 Oct. 1856, at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Chicago High School. 
A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Manager, Boston office. Shoe and Leather Mercantile 
Agency. President, New England Alumni Club. 

Address, 16 Fenno St., Roxbury, Mass. 

234. FRANK EDWARD KNAPPEN. 

Bom 27 Sept. 1854, at Hastings, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1881, A.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Gage debate 
prize. In Co. C, 2d Regiment of Michigan State Troops, 1879-82. Since 
1877 has been attorney at law at Kalamazoo, Mich. Prosecuting attorney of 
Kalamazoo Co., 1880-88. President of State Association of Prosecuting At- 
torneys, 1884 and 1885. Leading counsel for prosecution in trial of Stonewall 
J. DeFrance, noted forger. Published in pamphlet form an alumni address 
delivered in 1885, entitled ''Restriction of Crime." 



122 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877 

Married (1) Stella A. Drake, 9 June 1879, at Sturgis, Mich. (2) Nina A. 
Ward 9 Nov. 1899, at Kalamazoo. 

Child— Roy Stafford, born 16 April 1880; died 21 Aug. 1880. 
Residence, Kalamazoo, Mich. 



235. CHARLES LYFORD LOGAN. 

Bom 10 June 1850, at Atkinson, Me. Prepared at home on farm in 
Minnesota. A.B. 1880, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Joined^ Wisconsin Conference in 1878. 
Transferred in 1883 to Rock River Conference, of which he is still a member. 
Principal of Inyo Academy, Bishop, Cal., six years. Pastor at Carson, 
Nevada, three years; Marseilles, 111., 1895-99; at Sterling, 111., 1900-1902; 

Elizabeth, lU., 1902 . 

Married Grace Boehm Wood, 8 May 1884. 
Children — Mary L., bora in 1885. 
Grace S., born in 1887. 
Laura L., born in 1889. 
Helen L, born in 1891. 
Edith E., born in 1893. 
Residence, Elizabeth, 111. 



236. OLIVER PERRY McCOOL. 

Born 14 Aug. 1850, at Savanna, lU. Entered from Freeport, 111., High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Adel- 
phic. Beta Theta Pi. Botany prize. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Assistant postmaster at Freeport, 111., 1879-81; hardware business in same 
town, 1881-88; newspaper business in Peoria, 111., 1888-91; since in life insur- 
ance business in Chicago. 

Married Rozella Tobias, 18 Feb. 1885, at Freeport, 111. 

Children — Bessie, born 3 Jan. 1886. 

Caroline Lucy, born 6 Feb. 1890. 
Dorothy Eleanor, born 23 Sept. 1895. 

Residence, 640 Touhy Ave., Rogers Park Station, Chicago, 111. 



237. CHARLES HERBERT MORGAN. 

Born 13 Nov. 1852, in Oakland Co., Mich. Entered from Holly (Mich.) 
High School and Albion College. A.B. 1880, A.M. Hinman. Hinman 
prize, 1876; Hurd prize, 1877; Easter prize, 1877. Phi Beta Kappa. 1879, 
B.D., Boston University. 1883, Ph.D., ibid. Clergyman, Methodist Episco- 
pal. In Detroit Annual Conference, 1879-1902. Charges at Marquette, 
Fowlerville, Romeo, East Saginaw, Adrian, West Bay City, Howell, Vassar, 
Saginaw, Cass City, Rochester. Now in Bible Study department of Epworth 
League, Chicago, 111. Has published pamphlet, 24 pages, on "Newspaper 
Cyclopedia." Joint author with T. E. and S. E. Taylor of "Studies in the Life 



1877] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 123 

of Christ," 1901, and "Studies in the Apostolic Church," 1902. Contributor 
to religious periodicals. 

Married Emma Webster, at Farmington, Mich., 22 June 1887. 

Child — Leslie Webster, born 10 March 1894. 

Address, 57 Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

238. MARION LILLIAN POMEROY (MATTHEW). 

Born 24 Oct. 1857, in Chicago. Entered from Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married Winfield S. Matthew (No. 204), 25 Dec. 1877, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 2009 Lincoln St., Berkeley, Cal. 

239. LORENZO TUCKER POTTER. 

Born in Charleston, S. C, in 1859. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.L. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1880, M.D., from Chicago 
Medical College. Interne St. Luke's and Mercy hospitals. Inspector, Board 
of Health. Clinical Instructor, Chicago Medical College. Now in private 
practice. 

Address, 4162 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. (1899). 

240. ^CORNELIUS ENNIS RICE. 

Entered college from Sturgis, Mich. A.B. Teacher at Sturgis, Mich. 
(1894). 
Died. 

241. MARTIN STANFORD ROBISON, JR. 

In college 1873-77. C.E. Phi Kappa Sigma. Civil engineer. In 1882 
superintendent of Superior Street Railway Co., Cleveland, O. 
Address, Cleveland, Ohio, care of Street Car Co. 

242. ROBERT BROWN SEAMAN. 

Born 4 Aug. 1849, at Islington, London. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Mann prize, 1875-76. 1882, A.M. Attended 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Assistant lighthouse keeper at Gross Point, 
Evanston, 1874-75. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Central Illinois 
Conference. Pastor at Sparland, Laprairie Center, Wyoming, Maquon, 
Eureka, Minonk, Princeville, Watseka, Lewistown and Momence. 

Married Martha A. Ewer of Seneca, 111., 2 Sept. 1879. 

Children— KAJjJi T., born 7 Dec. 1880. (In college 1898-02). 

Anna L., born 20 Aug. 1882. (In college 1900 ). 

Grace May, born 9 Aug. 1884. 

Residence, Momence, 111. 

243. CHARLES WESLEY THORNTON. 

Born 28 May 1850, at East Liberty, Ohio. Prepared at Bellefontaine, O., 
High School and Northwestern Universitj^ Academy. A.B. 1880, A.M. 



124 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1877 

Beta Theta Pi. 1879, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal. Pastor, in Rock River Conference, at Somonauk, Sheridan, 
Aurora, Sandwich, Mendota, St. Charles, Blaine, Marengo, Polo, and Mt. 
Carroll, 111. 

Married Martha Tanner, 6 Dec. 1882, at Aurora, 111. 

Children — Anna Vera, bom 12 Nov. 1886. 
Imogene, bom 1 Sept. 1888. 

Residence, Mt. Carroll, 111. 

244. DE LOSS MONROE ffOMPKINS. 

Bom 7 Jan. 1849, at Ashland, N. Y. Prepared in Claverack College and 
Hudson River Institute. A.B. Gage prize. 1880, A.M. Beta Theta Pi. 
1895, D.D. Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Rock 
River Conference : At Austin, Winnebago and Freeport, 111. ; also at Mussuri 
and Naini Tal, India. Established the Boys' High School at Mussuri ; Presi- 
dent of the Naini Tal College and Boys' High School for two years. Returned 
and became pastor at Freeport, Aurora, Wheaton, Belvidere, DeKalb, 111. 
Delegate to General Conference, 1900. 

Married Ida May Foote, 1877. 

Children — Alfred F., born in 1879. 
Margie L., born in 1882. 
Frankie S., bom in 1886. 

Residence, DeKalb, 111. 



CLASS OF 1878. 

This class purchased for the University the skeleton of the Ward whale for 
nine hundred dollars. 



245. GEORGE EVERETT ACKERMAN. 

Bom 16 Nov. 1850, at Bath, N. Y. Prepared in Genesee Wesleyan Semi- 
nary and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Hinman. 
Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize; Interstate Oratorical prize; divided the Kirk 
prize. 1878, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Graduate course in theology 
at McGill University, Montreal, receiving D.D. after ten examinations. M.D., 
from Buffalo Medical College. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Two 
years President of Blue Mountain University, Ore. Member of Genesee Con- 
ference, 1878-89; pastor at Lyndon, Warsaw and Buffalo, N. Y. Member of 
Alabama Conference, 1889-1902. Thirteen years Professor of Systematic The- 
ology in Grant University, Chattanooga, Tenn. Two years Vice-Chancellor of 
same. Member of Victoria Institute, Great Britain ; the American Association 
for the Advancement of Science; the M. E. General Conference of 1892, 1896, 
and 1900, and the Ecumenical Conference, 1901. Author of "Researches in 
Philosophy," ''Man a Revelation of God," Hunt & Eaton, N.Y., 1888, 
"Love Illumined," Curts & Jennings, Cincinnati, 1900, and of numerous 
newspaper and magazine articles. 



1878] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 125 

Married Eugenia Van Wormer, 26 Aug. 1879, at Cohocton, N. Y. 
Children-^GRACii Ingelow, born 14 Feb. 1881 ; died 6 April 1882. 

Edith Willard, born 14 July 1886. 

Edna M., bom 14 July 1889. 
Residence, Fairview Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 



24G. EDWARD WYLLYS ANDREWS. 
Brother of No. 329. 

Born 25 March 1856, in Chicago. Entered from Babcock Academy, Chi- 
cago. A.B. 1881, A.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. 
Editor and publisher of Vidette, College semi-monthly, 1878. M.D. from 
Chicago Medical College. Surgeon. Professor of Clinical Surgery, North- 
western University Medical School. Surgeon in Mercy Hospital, Michael 
Reese Hospital, and South Side Dispensary. Author of several medical works. 

Residence, 2525 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111.; office, 100 State St. 

247. GEORGE MILTON BASSETT. 

Born at RussellviUe, O. Prepared at Hedding College and Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1881, A.M. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. Hinman. Editor of newspaper at Abingdon, 111., 1879. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; at Lawn Ridge, 111., 1880-81; at Crete, 1882-83; at 
Keithsbury, 1884-85 ; in Rock River Conference, since 1886. 

Married Phoneta Gertrude White, at Omaha, Neb., 10 Aug. 1886. 

Children — Cyrus White, born Dec. 1888. 
Gertrude, born Dec. 1890. 

Residence, 9911 Prospect Ave., Chicago, 111. 

248. WILLIAM MORRIS BOOTH. 

Bom 26 Sept. 1856, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Entered from Chicago High 
School. A.B. 1882, A.M. Sigma Chi. Kedzie prize; Deering prize. Phi 
^^— Beta Kappa. Lawyer in Chicago. Master in Chancery, U. S. Court. U. S. 
I^B Commissioner. 

I^ft Married Ada Fenton Sheldon, 17 Nov. 1886. 

I^H Children — Sheldon M., born 1888. 
I^B Morris F., bom 1895. 



249. ABNER CLARKE. 



Born 1 Jan. 1850, in Brown County, 111. Entered from Hedding College. 
A.B. 1893, A.M. Adelphic. 1879, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal, Illinois Conference ; at Sidney, Hoopeston, Alexan- 
der, Waverly, Auburn, Morrisonville, Astoria, Quincy, Normal, Mansfield, 
Augusta. At one time professor in Chaddock College. 

Married Julia Tool, 18 Aug. 1896, at Normal, 111. 

Residence, Griggsville, 111. 



126 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1878 

260. WILLIAM LAZIER DEMOREST. 

Bom 9 Nov. 1853, at Harrington, Ont. Prepared at Aurora (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A^B. A.M. Sigma Chi. Fresh- 
man and sophomore declamation prizes. In Garrett Biblical Institute one 
year. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, and after 1888, Congregational. 
Pastor at Jamestown, N. D.; Redwood Falls, Minn.; Do^vners Grove, 111.; 
Lincoln and Grand Island, Neb. ; Blue Island, 111. ; Oshkosh, Wis. ; and Austin, 
Chicago. Member of Chicago Ministerial Union and Chicago Congregational 
Association. Editor and publisher of Jamestown Messenger for two years. 
Married Ettie Rhodes, 23 Oct. 1879, at Aurora, 111. 
Children — Charles Henry, born 3 Jan. 1881. 
Pearl, born 28 Oct. 1882. 

Rea Rhodes, born 4 May 1889; died 21 Nov. 1896. 
David LeRoy, born 27 July 1891. 
Residence, 752 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111, 

251. JOHN RAINIER EDWARDS. 

Bom 22 April 1850, at Columbus, Ohio. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Began 
preaching in Ohio Conference, 1879; has preached in Illinois and Wisconsin; 
member of Puget Sound Conference since 1893; pastor of Second M. E. Church, 
Tacoma, Wash. 

Married Mary Alice Gaskell, 28 Aug. 1878, at New Berlin, N. Y. 
Children — Pearl Bonbright, bom 11 July 1879. 
Charles Raymond, born 2 Sept. 1880. 
Bertram Erastus, born 29 Nov. 1882. 
Nellie Gaskell, born 18 Aug. 1885; died 22 May 1897. 
Field Rainier, born 27 May 1887. 
Guy Searles, born 7 March 1890. 
Hazel May, born 27 May 1891. 
Rebecca McCabe, born 7 Aug. 1895. 
Earl Cranston, bom 6 March 1900. 
Residence, 1224 North G. St., Tacoma, Wash. 

252. MARY ELIZABETH GARST (SMITH). 

Born 27 April 1858, at Dayton, Ohio. Entered from Boone (la.) High 
School. B.L. Lived in Champaign, 111., 1878-93; since in North Brookfield, 
Mass. 

Married Frank A. Smith, 15 June 1893, at Champaign, 111. 

Residence, North Brookfield, Mass. 

253. BERTHA GALTON GOODWIN (GARST). 

Born 10 Dec. 1854, at Oxford, England. Entered from Rockford Semi- 
nary. B.L. Ossoli. Teacher in Pecatonica and Rockford, 111., 1878-89. 
Married Edward Garst, 19 June 1889, at Rockford, 111. 



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Children — Goodwin, born 3 Oct. 1891. 

Jonathan, born 4 Dec. 1893. 

Dorothy, born 30 July 1895. 

RoswELL, born 13 June 1898. 
Residence, Coon Rapids, Iowa. 

254. CONRAD ANTHONY HANEY. 

Born 31 March 1855, at Mt. Morris, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Editor of the Vidette, 1878. Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preached in Rock River Conference. 
Married Sada Pavey, 18 Nov. 1880, at Ipava, 111. 
Children — Lewis H., born in 1882. 
Milton P., born in 1883. 
Ruth, born in 1885. 
Residence, unknown. 

266. WILLIAM HAMILTON HARRIS. 

Born 15 March 1856, at Delaware, Ohio. Entered from Brooklyn Col- 
legiate and Polytechnic Institute. A.B. 1884, A. M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Freshman essay prize; sophomore Latin prize; Deering prize; 
divided the Kirk prize. LL.B., from Columbia College Law School. Admit- 
ted to the bar in 1880, and practicing since in New York City. Member of 
Bar Association, New York City; president of New Windsor Fresh Air Associ- 
ation; president of the Board of Trustees of St. Paul's M. E. Church, New 
York; manager of American Bible Society since 1896. 

Married Grace Fancher Nicoll, 1 Dec. 1885, in New York. 

Children — Helen Fancher, born 19 Oct. 1886. 
Anne Evelyn, born 23 July 1890. 
William Nicoll, born 13 Aug. 1898. 

Address, 258 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



266. CLARENCE HERBERT HARVEY. 

Student from Durand, 111., 1874-78. Ph.B. 
Residence, unknown. 

267. JUNIUS CLARKSON HOAG. 
Brother of No. 661. 



F 

y^m Born 6 Feb. 1858, at Evanston, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 

H versity Academy. Ph.B. Ph.M. M.D., Chicago Medical College, 1882. 

Phi Kappa Sigma. Graduate study in Vienna and London. Physician in 

Winnetka, 111., and Chicago. Fellow British Gynaecological Society, 1886; 

member of Chicago Medical Society and Chicago Gynaecological Society, 1887; 

Medico-Legal Society, Chicago, 1887; president of Chicago Medical Society, 

1899-1900. 

Married (1) Jane Cummins, in 1885, at Winnetka, 111.; she died in 1887. 

(2) Adelaide Northup, in 1895. 

Residence, 4669 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 



128 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1878 

268. FRANK SEWARD JOHNSON. 

Born 18 April 1856, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Babcock Academy, Chi- 
cago, A.B. 1881, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 1881, M.D., 
Chicago Medical College. Studied in Stuttgart,* Germany ; Vienna, Austria; 
and in Geneva, Switzerland. Physician in Chicago, beginning as interne in 
Cook County Hospital, 1882. Has filled the following chairs in Northwestern 
University Medical School: Demonstrator of Histology, Professor of His- 
tology, Professor of Pathology and Pathological Anatomy, Professor of 
Medicine and Clinical Medicine, Dean of the Faculty, Emeritus Dean and 
Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medi(#ne. Attending physician at St. 
Luke's; at Michael Reese hospital. Member of American Medical Associ- 
ation, American Academy of Medicine, American Climatological Association, 
American Microscopical Association, American Association for Advancement 
of .Science, American Economical Association, Chicago, and Illinois State 
Medical Societies, Royal Microscopical Society of London, Chicago Academy 
of Sciences, Chicago Medico-Legal Society, Chicago Physicians' Club. 

Married Elizabeth Burbank Ayer, at Lake Geneva, Wis., 1890. 

Children — Hosmer Ayer, born 1891. 
Edward Ayer, bom 1895. 

Residence, 2521 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 

259. JACOB KAGEY. 

Bom 12 March 1850, in Harrison Co., Ind. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Botany prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episco- 
pal. Preached four years in Illinois Conference, and four in Colorado Confer- 
ence, 1879-87. Superintendent of Schools for Chaffee Co., Colo., 1888-89. 
In Salt Lake City, Utah, on account of poor health, 1890-96. Engaged in 
literary work in Indiana, Kentucky, and Colorado, 1899- — . 

Residence, Buena Vista, Colo. 



260. LOUIS KARCHER. 

Bom 10 Aug. 1854, at Freeport, 111. Entered from Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Studied law in the office of Judge H. C. 
Hyde, Freeport, 111. Lawyer in Freeport ; in Chicago since 1887. 

Married Irene A. Murray, 14 Oct. 1880, at Naperville, 111. 

Children — Louise M., born 16 Sept. 1882. 
Leonard D., bom 17 Feb. 1887. 

Residence, 1263 Washington Boul., Chicago, 111. ; office, 704, 84 La Salle St. 

261. EDWARD MORGAN KINMAN. 

Bom 2 April 1856, at Jacksonville, 111. Prepared at Jacksonville High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Beta 
Theta Pi. Deering prize. Member of State Legislature, 1882-84 ; postmaster 
of Jacksonville, 1886 ; member of City Council of Jacksonville, 1891-93. Prac- 
ticing law in Jacksonville, 111. 






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Married Nellie C. Springer, 10 Oct. 1883, at Jacksonville, 111. 
Children — John Leonard, born 11 July 1885. Died 3 Jan. 1902. 

Ruth, born 6 Aug. 1892. 
Residence, 517 Jordan St. Jacksonville, 111. 

262. *CYRUS FRANKLIN KRYDER. 



Born 15 Jan. 1851, in Stephenson Co., 111. Entered from Freeport, 111. 
B.L. Beta Theta Pi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Illinois Confer- 
ence. 

Married Jennie Pattison (No. 206), 14 June 1882, at Freeport, 111. 

CMc?— Cyrus John, born 29 Aug. 1883; died 17 Dec. 1884. 

Died 5 Jan. 1884. 

263. JOSEPH THING LADD. 

Born 22 Oct. 1854, at Worcester, Vt. Entered from Chicago High School. 
A.B. 1881, A.M. 1900, D.D. Lunt prize, 1875; Gage debate prize, 1876. 
Managing editor and publisher of the Tripod, 1878. Hinman; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Illinois, 1878-79; in Nevada, 
1879-82; since then in Illinois. Member of Rock River Conference. In 1891 
traveled in Europe, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and India. Trustee of North- 
western University, 1901 . 

Married Hannah May Rixon, 9 Oct. 1882, at Austin, Nevada. 
Children — Edward Rixon, born 4 July 1883. 
Robert Mark, born 3 March 1888. 
Stephen Carroll, born 22 Sept. 1890. 
Henry Chester, born 24 Oct. 1897. 
Residence, Elgin, 111. 

264. FRANK MACARD. 

Student from Evanston. A.B. Clergyman, Redifield, Iowa, 1879. 
Residence, unknown. 



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265. RASMUS NIELSON. 

Student from Randolph, Wis., 1874-78. A.B. 
Residence, unknown. 

266. CHARLES STEWART NORTHROP. 

Bom 29 Nov. 1856, at York, Livingston Co., N. Y. Entered from Wood- 
stock (111.) High School. A.B. Lawyer, Woodstock, 111., 1878-82; Ariing- 
ton, S. Dak., 1882-87; Los Angeles, Cal., 1887-90; since then in Woodstock, 
111. Regent of Dakota Agricultural College, 1886 and 1887. 
Married Mary H. Whitney, 9 May 1883, at Woodstock, 111. 
Children— FnA^CY,^ M., born 28 Feb. 1884. 
James W., born 16 July 1886. 
Earle H., born 19 Sept. 1893. 
Helen Elizabeth, born 12 Oct. 1902. 
esidence, Woodstock, 111. 



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267. MAY ELLA PARKS (KING). 

Born 31 Dec. 1854, at Dundee, Yates Co., N. Y. Entered from Rochelle 
(111.) High School. B.L. Ossoli. Taught school at McGregor, Iowa, and 
Fond du Lac, Wis., until 1882. 

Married John M. King, at Rochelle, 111., 28 Dec. 1882. 
Children— Nora B., born 1883. Emma P., born 1891. 

Maud E., born 1885. Etha P., born 1892. 

Mabel May, born 1885. Frances Willard, born 1894. 

Bertha G., born 1886. John Edward, born 1899. 

Alice L., born 1888. 
Residence, St. Lawrence, S. Dak. 

268. CHARLES HENRY QUEREAU. 
Brother of No. 520. 

Born 30 May 1856, at East Greenwich, R. I. Entered from Jennings 
Seminary, Aurora, 111. A.B. 1883, A.M. Taught school; was employed 
with manufacturing concern ; assistant superintendent of motive power Bur. 
& Mo. Riv. R. R. ; same on Denver Rio Grande R. R. ; and superintendent 
of shops New York Central R. R., West Albany, N. Y. 

Married Fanny Strickler, 31 Dec. 1901, at Waynesborough, Pa. 

Residence, 50 N. Allen St., Albany, N. Y. 

269. CHARLES LATIMER ROOT. 

Bom 8 Oct. 1856, in Chester, Mass. Prepared in Lyons High School. 
Entered from Cornell College, Iowa. B.S. 1884, M.S. Phi Kappa Psi. In 
real estate and insurance business and practicing law. Director of Lyons and 
Fulton Bridge Co. Mayor of Lyons City (la.), 1891-95; member of Iowa 
Legislature, 1892-94; alderman at large. City of Clinton, 1896-98. Captain 
Co. L, 1st Regiment I. N. G., 1892-98. 

Married Thora W. Wiborg, 17 Dec. 1884, at Lyons, Iowa. 

Children — Aurelius C, bom 5 May 1886. 
Charles W., bom 1 March 1890. 

Residence, Lyons, Iowa. 

270. IDA STUART (BREED). 

Born 8 Jan. 1855, at Kingston, 111. Prepared in Genesee Wesleyan Semi- 
nary and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Taught at Kingston 
and Belvidere, 111., 1886-90; at Chicago, 1890-99; at El Paso, Texas, 1899 . 

Married Allen Breed, 8 Jan. 1880, at Kingston, 111. He died 11 April 1886. 

Residence, El Paso, Texas. (Box 559.) 

271. JAMES MONROE WHEATON. 

Born 17 Sept. 1849, at Wheaton, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Adelphic. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Pastorates at Chicago, 1878; Libertyvilie, 1881; New Milford, 



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1884; Chicago, 1886; Wyanet, 1888; Rochelle, 1891; St. Charles, 1892; Malta, 
1895; Park Ridge, 1897; Humboldt Park, Chicago, 1899. Member of Rock 
River Conference since 1878. 

Married (1) Mary Sylvester Rice, 27 June 1878, at Morocco, Ind.; she died 
in 1886. (2) Carrie Cook, 13 Oct. 1887, at Gilmer, Lake Co., 111. 
Children — Cora Belle, born 20 Aug. 1879. 

Harry Monroe, born 15 Dec. 1881. 
Jesse Raymond, born 3 Feb. 1883. 
Clayton Cook, born 3 Oct. 1888. 
Frances Bernice, born 15 Jan. 1892. 
Olin Gary, born 24 April 1893. 
Esther May, bom 17 April 1897. 
Residence, 443 LeMoyne St., Chicago. 



CLASS OF 1879. 

This class presented to the University the tower clock of University Hall. 

272. EDWARD CARLE ADAMS. 

Bom 20 May 1855, in Hudson, N. Y. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. Taught school 
and read medicine, 1879-80. Studied medicine in Philadelphia and New 
York, 1880-86. Physician in Watertown, S. D., since 1886. Surgeon on two 
railroads; county coroner, city health officer, and on government pension 
examining board. 

Married Marion A. Flint, Sept. 1892, in St. Paul, Minn. 

Residence, Watertown, S. D. 

273. ISAAC EMENS ADAMS. 

Born 29 Oct. 1857, at Mendham, N. J. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Beta Theta Pi. Hinman prize. 
Editor and pubUsher of the Vidette, 1878-79. On the staff of Chicago Times 
for several years. Lawyer in Chicago. Member of Union League, Calumet, 
and Washington Park clubs. Author of "Life of Emory A. Storrs." 

Married Ellen Stuart Tappan of New York, 4 April 1888. 

Residence, unknown. 

274. ELLA VIRGINIA AMBROSE (DAVIS). 

Bora at Buchanan, W. Va. Entered from Rochelle (111.) High School. 
B.L. Ossoh. As minister's wife resided in Dubuque, Dyersville, West 
Union, Wyoming, Clarence, Rockford, Nashua, and State Center, Iowa. 
Married Rev. William B. Davis, 12 Oct. 1880, at Rochelle, 111. 
Children — Florence, born 1882. 
Harold, born 1883. 
Charles, born 1886. 
Georgia, born 1891. 
Residence, Delmar, la. 



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276. MARY BAYNE (HILLIARD). 

Born 4 May 1858, at Warren, 111. Entered from Warren High School. 
B.L. Taught painting and music. Assistant principal of Warren High 
School, 1886-89; second assistant. Polo (111.) High School, 1889-90. 

Married Dr. Sumner Hale Hilliard, 4 May 1897, at Warren, 111. 

Residence, Warren, 111. 

276. *LILLA MAGGIE BRADLEY (HEMENWAY). 

Born 25 Aug. 1857, at Elmhurst, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.L. Taught in Lockport and Lake View, 111., 1879-81 ; 
lived in Kalamazoo, Mich,, 1882-83. 

Married Dr. Henry B. Hemenway (No. 282), 2 May 1882, at Evanston, 111. 

Died 29 March 1883, at Kalamazoo, Mich. 



m 277. *LILLIE CAROLINE CASEY (MUSGROVE). 

Bom 1 Oct. 1859, at Hoylton, 111. Entered from Centralia (III.) High 
School. Ph.B. Lived in Colorado for thirteen years. Conference District 
Secretary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society for two years, and mem- 
ber of Board of Trustees of the Frances Meritt Deaconess Home of Denver 
until 1892. Lived in Topeka, Kan., 1892-94, and in Los Angeles, Cal., until 
her death. 

Married James T. Musgrove (No. 290), 9 Aug. 1880. 

Died, 12 Jan. 1896, at Los Angeles, Cal. 

278. CHARLES EDGAR COOK. 

Born 19 April 1859, at Mendota, III. Entered from Mendota High School. 
A.B. Graduated from Northwestern University Medical School, 1881. 
Studied in Universities of Berlin and Vienna, 1882. Physician at Mendota, 
HI. Member of American Academy of Medicine. Captain and assistant 
surgeon of 6th Regiment, Illinois National Guards. 

Married Margaret Wylie of Mendota, III., June 1887. 

Residence, Mendota, III. 

279. DEXTER PARK DONELSON. 

Born 27 March 1857, at Delaware, Ohio. Entered from Ohio Wesleyan 
University. A.B. Sigma Chi. Hinman. President of class in junior year; 
Commencement orator. Manufacturer, Continental Iron and Bolt Works, 
Chicago. 

Married Harriet Hitchens, in Chicago, 14 Oct. 1891. 

Children — Katherine Dexter, born 29 July 1892. 

Lorraine, born 9 Sept. 1897; died 3 May 1899. 

Residence, 1318 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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280. WILLIAM ALFRED HAMILTON. 

Born 14 March 1856, at Prairie City, 111. Entered from Prairie City and 
Northwestern University Academies. A.B. 1882, A.M. Beta Theta Pi. 
Deering prize. Editor and pubhsher Vidette, 1878-79. Lawyer in Superior, 
Wis., 1883-86; since practicing law in Chicago. Member of the council of 
Northwestern University Settlement Association. 

Residence, Avenue House, Evanston, 111. ; office, 125 La Salle St., Chicago. 



281. *HUGH HARRISON. 

Bom 20 April 1857, at Belleville, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Wholesale grocer, Minneapolis, Minn., until his 
death. 

Married Theresa V. Scott, in 1882, at Winnetka, 111. 
Children — Florence L. 
Perry. 
Kenneth. 
Gladys. 
Died at Minneapohs, April 1899. 

282. HENRY BIXBY HEMENWAY. 

Born 20 Dec. 1856, at Montpelier, Vt. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Adelphic. Botany prize. 1881, 
M.D., Northwestern University Medical School; special mention in Anatomy, 
and second prize for graduating thesis. Licensed to practice medicine, 
1880. Physician in Kalamazoo, 1881-90; health officer of that city, 
1884-85. Division surgeon M. C, and G. R. & I. railways. Secretary 
of Board of U. S. Examining Surgeons, 1887-90. Physician in Evanston, 
111., since 1890. Instructor in Laryngology in Rush Medical College, 
Chicago, 111., 1893-94. Acting Professor of Preventive Medicine in Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, 111., 1900. Secretary of Kala- 
mazoo Academy of Medicine, 1882-87; librarian of same, 1882-90. 
Vice-president of Michigan State Medical Society, 1886; treasurer of same, 
1887-90. Member of American Medical Association, American Academy of 
Medicine, and Chicago Medical Society. Author of "Healthful Womanhood 
and Childhood," V. T. Hemenway & Co., Evanston; of numerous medical 
pamphlets, and of contributions to Journal of American Medical Association, 
Medical News, Transactions of Michigan State Medical Society, American 
Journal of Obstetrics, and Journal of Laryngology (London). 

Married (1) Lilla Maggie Bradley (No. 276), 2 May 1882, at Evanston, 
111.; she died 29 March 1883. (2) Victoria Stephenson Taylor, 13 Oct. 1885, 
at Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Children — Ruth Lilian, born 23 March 1883. 

Hazel, born 24 March 1887; died 28 March 1887. 
Marguerite, born 14 Dec. 1888. 

Residence, 1744 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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283. WILLIAM THOMAS HOBART. 
Born 18 Sept. 1856, at Red Wing, Minn. Entered from Red Wing High 
School. A.B, Adelphic; Beta Theta Pi. Gage^prize; second prize in decla- 
mation contest; Adelphic oratorical prize. B.D. and D.D., Garrett Biblical 
Institute. Phi Beta Kappa. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Preached 
one year in Minnesota Conference. Missionary: Peking 1882-92; Tsun 

1892-99; Tientsin 1899 During Boxer outbreak in 1900 went to 

Peking and endured the siege of fifty-six days. At present in Evanston, 111. ; 
expects to return to China soon. 

Married Emily Marcia Hatfield (No. 368T, 3 Aug. 1882, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Louie, born 20 March 1884. 

Alice, born and died 5 Dec. 1885. 
Chauncey Goodrich, bom 5 Dec. 1886. 
Marcus Hatfield, born 31 Dec. 1888. 
Elizabeth, born 1 March 1891. 

Robert Hatfield, born 29 Sept. 1894; died 26 Nov. 1895. 
Home address, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111. Foreign address, Tientsin, 
China. 

284. THOMAS HENRY HOOD. 
Bom 5 April 1856, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago High School. En- 
tered from Beloit College. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize. Prac- 
ticing law in Denver, Colo. 

Married Irene E. Jerome, 15 Nov. 1887, at New Bedford, Mass. 
Residence, Denver, Colo. 

286. GEORGE HENRY HORSWELL. 
Brother of No. 412. 
Born in Kingston, Can. Entered from Humboldt College, Iowa. A.B. 
1882, A.M. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi 
Beta Kappa. Ph.D. from Boston University. Teacher in Northwestern 
University Academy, 1879-87; Instructor in Latin in College of Liberal Arts, 
1887-91; Assistant Professor of Latin in same, 1891-94; Professor of the 
EngUsh Language and Literature in the English College, Tokio, Japan. 
Residence, 34 b Tsukiji, Tokio, Japan. 

286. DOUGLAS VIELE JACKSON. 
Born 17 Nov. 1859, at Muscatine, Iowa, Entered from Muscatine High 
School. B.L. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1881, LL.B., from Iowa State 
University. Lawyer in Muscatine, Iowa, since graduation. Attorney for 
Muscatine Co., 1896 and 1897. In 1902 elected to the district bench. Colonel 
50th Iowa Volunteer Regiment in Spanish-American War, and formerly 
Colonel of 2d Regiment, Iowa National Guard. 

Married Alberta C. Jarvis, 14 Sept. 1885, at Muscatine, la. 
Children — Robert S., born 8 Sept. 1888. 

Margaret E., born 24 March 1891 ; died 6 June 1891. 
Louis D., bom 4 Feb. 1894. 
Residence, Muscatine, Iowa. 



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287. WILLIAM B. LEACH. 

Born 8 Jan. 1853, at Cavan, Canada. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. 1881, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Adelphic. Ph.D. from Grant University. D.D. from Murphy College, Tenn. 
LL.D., New York, on examination. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in 
Rock River Conference since 1877; at Hampshire; Grace Church, Elgin; St. 
Paul's, Chicago. 

Married Emma Rose Werthwein, 17 Oct. 1882, at Hampshire, 111. 

Children — Grace, born 27 April 1884. 

William B., Jr., born 28 Aug. 1889. 

Residence, 630 N. Robey St., Chicago. 

288. SPENCER LEWIS. 

Bom 10 Jan. 1854, at Joliet, 111. Prepared at Joliet, and Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. 1881, B.D., Garrett BibHcal Insti- 
tute. Editor Tripod, 1879. Missionary in China. At Chinkiang from Nov. 
1881 to Oct. 1882; at Chungking until driven away by riot in July 1886; came 
to America, but returned and is a missionary at Chungking, West China. 

Married Esther M. Bilbie (ex-'83) of Anoka, Minn., 10 Aug. 1881. 

Children — Eleanor F., born 1882. 
Raymond L., born 1886. 

Residence, Chungking, West China. Home address, Joliet, 111. 

289. JESSIE MOORE (McPHERRIN). 

Bom 29 March 1857, at Eddyville, Iowa. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Ossoli. Latin prize, 1877; Deering prize; Kirk 
prize. Phi Beta Kappa. Lived at Clarinda, Iowa, until 1888; removed to 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Married Samuel Chesney McPherrin (No. 202), 25 July 1879, at Clarinda, 
Iowa. 

Residence, 1919 East 11th St., Kansas City, Mo. 



290. JAMES TYSON MUSGROVE. 

Born at Alnv/ick, Ont. Entered from Northwestern University Academy. 
A.B. 1882, A.M. Hinman. Beta Theta Pi. Gage debate prize; Deering 
prize. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episco- 
pal. Pastor at Longmont, Colo., 1880-82; Idaho Springs, 1882-85; Wheat 
Ridge and Argo (Denver), 1885-90; Denver, 1890-94; Los Angeles, Cal., 
1894-99, being for a time head book-keeper at Iron Works; San Francisco, 
1899 . 

Married (1) Lillie C. Casey (No. 277), 9 Aug. 1880, at Centralia, 111.; she 
died 12 Jan. 1896. (2) , 14 Feb. 1900, at Los Angeles. 

Children — Julia Ethel, bom 31 May 1881. 

William James, born 12 June 1884. 

Residence, 1440 Mel via St., Berkeley, Cal. 



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291. SARAH ELLA PRINDLE (PATTEN). 

Sister of No. 378. 

Born at Elmira, Minn. Entered from Northwestern University Academy. 
Ph.B. 1882, Ph.M. Phi Beta Kappa. Mann* prize, 1877; Deering prize. 
Teacher in Northwestern University Academy, 1879-83; also in the College, 
1881-83. President Northwestern Branch Woman's Foreign Missionary So- 
ciety, 1902. 

Married Rev. Amos W. Patten (No. 68), 25 Oct. 1883, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 616 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

292. *CLARA SHUMWAY. 

Bom 11 Sept. 1856, at Milledgeville, 111. Entered from Polo (111.) High 
School. B.L. Chess medal by vote of class. Graduate study in Boston 
Conservatory and Beriitz School of Languages. Gave lessons in painting 
and German at Polo. Studied in preparation for foreign travel, but was 
prevented by fatal illness. 

Died 27 March 1892, at Polo, 111. 

293. EDWARD LAWRENCE STEWART. 

Bom 12 March 1856, at Rockford, 111. Prepared in Chicago High Schools. 
At Ohio Wesley an University, 1875-77. B.S. Sigma Chi. Made speech 
presenting the clock to the University on Class day. Lawyer in Chicago. 
Admitted to the bar by Chicago Appellate Court. Has also been in journalism 
(1883-86), and has dealt in real estate. 

Married Nellie B. Conger, 11 Oct. 1881, at Chicago. 

Residence, 426 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111.; office, 405, 115 Dearborn St. 

294. *FRANK EASTHAM TYLER. 

Bom 25 Jan. 1859, at Vincennes, Ind. Entered from Vincennes Uni- 
versity. B.S. Editor and publisher of the Vidette, 1878. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Hide and leather business, Kansas City, Mo. 

Married Clara Danforth McLean of Kansas City, 22 Nov. 1881. 

Child — Marguerite, born in 1883. 

Burned to death in miner's cabin in Colorado, about 1900. 

295. WILLIAM HENRY WAIT. 

Born at McConnell, 111. Entered from Northwestern University Acad- 
emy. A.B. 1882, A.M. Ph.D. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. In- 
structor in Peoria High School, 1880-83; Professor of Latin and German in 
lUinois Wesleyan University, 1883-90; Acting President of Illinois Wesleyan 
University, 1887-88; resided in Peoria; in 1894 engaged in special philological 
work in Universities of Berlin and Bonn in Germany. In department of 
Greek and Sanscrit, University of Michigan, 1895-97, of Greek, Latin and 
Sanscrit, 1897-1901 ; of German, 1901 . 

Married Clara W. Hadley of Peoria, 6 Sept. 1888. 

Residence, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



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296. ISABELLA BALL WEBB (PARKS). 

Born 9 May 1854, at Kelley's Island, Ohio. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1882, A.M. OssoU. Phi Beta Kappa. Re- 
sided at Grand Crossing, 111., until March 1880; at Indianola, la., 1880-86; 
Professor of Political Economy, Simpson College, 1880-82; since 1886 at South 
Atlanta, Ga. State Superintendent of Purity Department, Parliamentary 
Usages Department, and press reporter at various times for the Georgia 
Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Contributor to the Union Signal 
editorial page and to the Methodist Review. Member Gammon-Clark Lit- 
erary and Scientific Society. 

Married Edward Lamay Parks (No. 124), 30 July 1879, at Kelley's Island, 
Ohio. 

Residence, South Atlanta, Ga. 

297. GEORGE WHITNEY WHITE. 

Born 18 Jan, 1854, in Oak Grove Twp., Dodge Co., Wis. Entered from 
Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, Wis. Ph.B. Adelphic. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal. Member of Wisconsin Conference; pastor at Camp- 
bellsport, Hingham, Brandon, Lyons, Beloit, Milwaukee, Waupun, Evans- 
ville. Lake Mills and Sheboygan. Author of two pamphlets: "The Churches 
of Milwaukee — Their Progress, Hindrances and Duty"; "Recreation Versus 
Dissipation." 

Married Flora Charlotte Smith, 26 Nov. 1879. 
Children — Ward Alfred, born 4 Nov. 1880; died 5 Nov. 1880. 
Edith Laura, born 28 April 1882. 
Mabel Emma, born 23 June 1884. 
Alfred Garey, born 17 July 1886. 
William, born and died 2 July 1892. 
Address, Waupaca, Wis., Box 91. 

298. JANE HUTCHINS WHITE. 

Bom July 1858, at Evanston. Entered from Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. 1882, Ph.M. Teacher at Lockport, 111., 1880; in Streator 
High School, 1881-85; since Instructor of German in Evanston Township 
High School. Has traveled and studied in Europe. 

Residence, The Evanston, corner Lee St. and Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



CLASS OF 1880. 

This class presented to the University the bell in the clock tower of 
University Hall. 

299. BESSIE BRADWELL (HELMER). 

Born 20 Oct. 1858, in Chicago. Entered from Chicago High School. 
A.B. 1883, A.M. Phi Beta Kappa. 1882, LL.B. from Union College of 
Law. Journahst, Chicago, 111. Edited twelve volumes of Bradwell's Appel- 



138 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1880 

late Court Reports. Associated with her father, Judge James B. Bradwell, 
as editor of Chicago Legal News. 

Married Frank A. Helmer, 23 Dec. 1885. 

Child— Myra B., born 1889. 

Residence, 1428 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

300. JOSEPH COOMBE. 

Born 11 Jan. 1850, at Torquay, England. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Member of Illinois Conference, 1880-84, ••supernumerary for three years; 
member of Southwestern Kansas Conference, 1887-89; now supernumerary of 
Illinois Conference and business manager of large farming interests in Doug- 
las, Coles, and Macon Counties. 

Married Mary Agnes VanVeghten, 26 June 1879, at Chicago, 111. 

Child— B.ARRY Norton, born 26 March 1880. 

Residence, Areola, 111. 

301. NATHAN SMITH DAVIS, JR. 

Born 5 Sept. 1858, in Chicago. Prepared at Babcock School, Chicago, 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Hinman. 
Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Hinman prize. 1883, M.D., Chicago Medical 
College. Post-graduate courses in medicine at Heidelberg, Germany, and 
Vienna, Austria. Physician, Chicago, 111. Instructor in Pathology in North- 
western University Medical School, 1884-86; Professor of Principles and Prac- 
tice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the same, 1886 ; Dean of same 

since 1901; physician to Mercy and Wesley hospitals; consulting physician 
to Marion Sims Hospital and Oakwoods Sanitarium. Secretary of Section of 
Medicine, Cincinnati meeting of American Medical Association; chairman of 
Section of Medicine, last Chicago meeting of Illinois Medical Society ; member 
of Council, Section of Pathology, Ninth International Medical Congress; mem- 
ber Council, Section of Medicine, First Pan-American Medical Congress; trustee 
of Chicago Medical Society, 1897-1900, and of Northwestern University since 
1890; vice-president of Chicago Y. M. C. A.; member of U. S. Pharmacopeia 
Revision Committee, 1890-1900, and for 1900-1910; vice-president of Con- 
vention for Revision of U. S. Pharmacopeia, 1900; president of Chicago 
Medico-Legal Society, 1900; vice-president Chicago Society of Internal Medi- 
cine, 1 899 ; trustee of Wesley Hospital ; member of American Medical Associ- 
ation, American Academy of Medicine, American Climatological Society, 
Illinois State Medical Society, Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Academy of 
Sciences, Chicago Literary Club, Chicago Pathological Society, etc. Author 
of "Consumption: How to Prevent It, and How to Live \vith It" (F. A. 
Davis Co., 1891) ; "Diseases of the Heart, Lungs, and Kidneys" (F. A. Davis 
Co., 1892); "Descriptive Catalogue of North American Batrachia and Rep- 
tilia" (1883), etc. Contributor to Journal of American Medical Association, 
Chicago Journal and Examiner, North American Practitioner, Medical Re- 
corder, Medical Fortnightly, Hare's System of Therapeutics, Medical Standard, 
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Married Jessie B. Hopkins, 1884, at Madison, Wis. 
Children — Ellen, born 1887; died. 

Nathan Smith 3d, born 25 June 1889. 

Ruth, born 18 May 1893. 

William Deering, born 9 March 1897. 
Residence, 291 Huron St., Chicago, III. ; office, 65 Randolph St. 

302. FRANK BERRY DYCHE. 

Born*18 Feb. 1858, at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. 
1883, LL.B., Union College of Law, Lawyer in Chicago. 

Married Grace Locke Scripps, 8 Oct. 1896, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1896 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

303. CHARLES ALLISON FOULKS. 

Born 4 Feb. 1858, at Vincennes, Ind. Entered from Vincennes University. 
Ph.B. 1884, Ph.M. Hinman. Sigma Chi. 1885, M.D., Chicago Medical 
College. Abstractor of titles, Vincennes, Ind., 1880-82; medical student, 
1882-85; resident physician in St. Luke's Hospital, 1885-86; practicing in 
Chicago, 1886-88; railroad surgeon in Topeka and Argentine, Kansas, 1888- 
90; practicing in Kansas City, Kan., 1890-93; in Vincennes, Ind., 1893-95; 
physician and business man in Kansas City, Kan., 1895 . 

Married Mary Elliott Root, 10 Aug. 1897, at Vincennes, Ind. 

Child — Hiram Edward Allison, born 9 Jan. 1900. 

Residence, cor. 5th and Washington Sts., Kansas City, Kan. 

304. ALMON WITTER GREENMAN. 
Brother of Nos. 387 and 470. 

Born 18 Nov. 1854, at Newcastle, Ind. Prepared at Fort Wayne College, 
De Pauw University Preparatory Department, and at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Attended Garrett BibHcal Institute, 
1878-79. 1888, Ph.M. 1891, Ph.M., Syracuse University. 1892, Ph.D., 
Syracuse. Missionary to Mexico, 1880; Puebla Orphanage, May to December; 
pastor in charge of Queretaro Circuit, Jan. 1881-May 1884; in charge of Puebla 
Circuit and Instructor in Theological Seminary until Jan. 1886; presiding 
elder Eastern District, Instructor in Theological Seminary and Acting Presi- 
dent of same, 1886-89; pastor at New CarHsle, Ind., 1889-90; appointed mis- 
sionary to South America, Oct. 1890; presiding elder Eastern and Uruguay 
Districts, and assistant treasurer of mission, 1891-97; pastor of Boca Mission, 
Buenos Ayres, 1897-99; since presiding elder of Buenos Ay res District; 
publishing agent and treasurer of South American Mission. Author of con- 
troversial brochures in Spanish. 

Married Marinda Rosamond Gammon (ex-'81), 17 April 1880, at Odell, 111. 

Children — Emily Henrietta, born 10 April 1881. (In college 1900 ). 

Almon Ansel, born 9 Oct. 1882. (In college 1900 ). 

John Wolcott, born 7 Oct. 1887. 

William Elijah Gammon, born 13 March 1891. 

Residence, 718 Calle Corrientes, Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, South 
^America. 



140 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1880 

306. CHARLES HENRY HAMILTON. 

Born 11 Feb. 1858, at Ottawa, 111. Entered from Ottawa High School. 
B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. Assistant in chemical laboratory in senior year. 
Flour mining at Ottawa, 111., 1881-90; retail hardware at same place, 1890-99; 
removed to Pasadena, Cal., 27 March 1900. 

Married Carrie E. Manley, 12 Sept. 1882, at Ottawa, 111. 

Children — Marion Manley, born 12 Jan. 1890. 
Alice, born 6 Dec. 1891. 

Residence, 690 East California St., Pasadena, Cal. 



306. SIDNEY MUNSON HARRIS. 

Born 21 Jan. 1854, at Panton, Vt. Prepared in Middlebm-y (Vt.) High 
School and College. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Teacher, preacher and 
farmer. 

Married Ahce Jane Bristol, 29 Sept. 1881, at Panton, "Vt. 
Children — Corydon S., born 1882. 
Lionel M., born 1884. 
Jennie A., born 1886. 
Residence, unknown. 



307. GEORGE WASHINGTON HEWITT. 

Bom 31 July 1859, at Franklin Grove, 111. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1886, A.M. Attended Union College of Law, 
1880-82. Lawyer in Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Residence, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 



308. ROBERT BASIL JESSUP, JR. 

Born 21 April 1858, at Vincennes, Ind. Prepared at Vincennes School. 
Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Attended College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York 
City. Physician. Practiced in New York City four years; house surgeon 
Chambers Street Hospital ; now practicing in Vincennes. 

Married Rose Keys of Vincennes, Ind., 4 Sept. 1889. 

Residence, Vincennes, Ind. 



309. DUSTON KEMBLE. 

Born 12 June 1855, at W. Independence, Ohio. Prepared at Bryan (O.) 
Normal and Union Schools, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Adelphic. Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Tripod, 1880. 1885, A.M. 1882, 
B.D., Garrett Bibhcal Institute. 1896, D.D., Baldwin University. Mis- 
sionary to Guanajuato, Mexico, 1881-86. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 
preaching in Ohio; presiding elder of Cleveland District, 1896-1902. Member 
of North Ohio Conference. Member General Conference of 1900. Published 
"The Higher Realism," 1903. 



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Married Margaret A. Day, 8 Sept. 1880. 
Children — Thomas S., born 1881. 

Edwin C, bom 1889. 

Arthur C, born 1898; 
Residence, Bucyrus, Ohio. 

310. NELLIE AMANDA LEWIS (BARNES). 

Born 18 May 1858, at New Lenox, 111. Entered from Joliet High School. 
B.L. 

Married Julian Barnes, 22 Aug. 1881, at New Lenox, 111. 
Children — Julian L., born 1885. 

Erma L., born 1891. 
Residence, 410 Richards St., Joliet, 111. 

311. E. JOHN LIPPS. 

Entered college from Milwaukee, Wis. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Silk im- 
porter, Lyons and Paris, France, and New York City. 
Residence, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

312. GEORGE MERRITT. 

Born 15 July 1855, near Barrington, 111. Entered from Chicago High 
School. A.B. Hinman. 1884, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Insti- 
tute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Minnesota Conference. 
Pastorates at Jackson, Minn., 1882; Hector, 1883; Ortonville, 1884; Ada, 
1885; Little Falls, 1886. Transferred to Northern New York Conference. 
Pastorates at Oswego Center, 1887-88; Trenton, 1889-90; Taberg, 1891-93; 
Oriskany Falls, 1894-95; Vermillion, 1896; Henderson, 1897-98; Martinsburg, 
1899-1900; Turin, 1901 . 

Married Mary Jane Gormley, 13 June 1889, at Oswego, N. Y. 

Child—RvTK Belle, born 6 April 1890. 

Residence, Turin, Lewis Co., N. Y. 

313. *DOLLIE V. MESICK (PURSEL). 

Born 29 Jan. 1859, at Plainwell, Mich. Entered from Plainwell High 
;hool. B.L. Chess medal, 1880. Chosen one of County School Examiners, 
; twice reappointed; member of School Board, 1893-94, Taught school, 
1894-97. 

Married George W. Pursel, 28 April 1881, at Plainwell, Mich. 
Children — Richard Mesick, born 1883; died 1888. 

RoscoE Smith, born 1886. 
Died 3 Feb. 1897, at Plainwell, Mich. 

314. CHARLES JULES MICHELET. 

Born at La Crosse, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. 
,B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Studied law in Chicago, 1880-81 and 1883-84. 



142 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1880 

Editor Kankakee Times, 1881-83. Admitted to bar, 1884, and since prac- 
ticing law in Chicago. Member 1st Regiment, Illinois National Guards, Chi- 
cago, 1883-87. 

Married Gertrude A. Warder, 15 Sept. 1887, ^t Carbondale, 111. 
Children — Gertrude Evelyn, born 3 Aug. 1888. 
Charles Jules, born 22 Jan. 1891. 
Elizabeth, born 27 May 1901. 
Residence, Wilmette, 111. Office, 32, 69 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

315. *HELEN LYMAN MILLER (MOORE). 

Born 17 Oct. 1859, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. In college, 1876-77 and 1878-80. Smith College, 1877-78. Ph.B. 
Deering prize. 

Married Edwin White Moore, 25 Oct. 1889, at Chicago, 111. 

Children — Alice, born 29 Jan. 1891. 

Robert Grier, born 31 Oct. 1895. 

Died 19 April 1900, at Eureka Springs, Ark. 

316. EMMA NIND (LACY). 

Bom 21 Dec. 1857, at St. Charles, 111. Prepared at Winona (Minn.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Taught 
in De Pauw University and in Wisconsin, 1880-83. Missionary in Foochow, 
China. 

Married William Henry Lacy (No. 343), 24 May 1883, at MinneapoUs, Minn. 

Residence, Foochow, China. 

817. WILLIAM BERNARD NORTON. 

Bom 19 Oct. 1857, at Freeport, 111, Prepared in Freeport High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Pearson essay prize, 1877; Deering prize, 1880; editor of 
Vidette, 1879-80. 1883, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. 
1896, Ph.D., Syracuse University. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Mem- 
ber of Des Moines Conference; pastorates at Avoca, Anita; transferred 
to Rock River Conference ; pastorates at Erie and Sterling, Rochelle, Earl- 
ville, Hinckley, Fulton, Paw Paw, Millington, Leaf River, Chicago and 
May wood. Member of New York Society for the Study of Comparative 
Religions. Member of Rock River Conference Board of Examiners. Author 
of a review of "Studies of the Mind in Christ," pubUshed in the Conference 
Examiner, May- June 1899; also of numerous short articles for the Northwestern 
Christian Advocate, Epworth Herald, Young People's Weekly, etc. 

Married Marie Therese Wemeburg, 23 Dec. 1881, at Chicago. 

Children — Louise Werneburg, born 4 May 1884. 

LowREY Ford, born 26 June 1886; died 7 Nov. 1899. 
Julia Ellen, born 11 Jan. 1888. 
Frederick William, born 18 Sept. 1892. 

Residence, 416 S. 6th Ave., Maywood, 111. 



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I^^^HB 318. ELLEN MARY PRYOR (McKEEVER). 

W^^^^^ff Sister of No. 319. 

1^ Born 26 Sept. 1859, at Scales Mound, 111. Entered from Evanston (111.) 
I^» High School. Ph.B. 1886, Ph.M. Taught school in Iowa, later law stenog- 
rapher in Omaha, Neb. 

Married Elmer E. McKeever, 6 Jan. 1897. 

Residence, 1360 Bond St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

319. JOHN HENRY PRYOR. 

Brother of No. 318. 

Born 22 June 1858, at Scales Mound, 111. Entered from Evanston (111.) 

High School. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. Farmer at Newell, Iowa, 

1881-84; at Ireton, 1884-87; in business at Ireton, 1887-89; grain business, 

1889 . 

Married Lena May Parker, 7 Aug. 1895. 
Residence, Ireton, la. 

320. CASSIE MARY SCOTT (GUSHING). 
Born 20 June 1856, at Grand Rapids, Wis. Entered from Vassar College. 
Ph.B. Deering prize; Ossoli prize. 

Married F. W. Cushing, 1 Dec. 1883, at Merrill, Wis. 
Children — Frederick S., born 1884; died. 
Elise, born 1886; died 1886. 
Catherine, born 1890. 
Margaret, born 1891. 
Residence, Highland Park, 111. 

FRANK DAVID SHEETS. 
Brother of No. 379. 
A.B. in 1900, as of class of 1880. See No. 1203. 

321. ELIAS FRANCIS SHIPMAN. 
Entered from Zionsville, Ind. In coUege, 1876-80. A.B. 1884, A.M. 

M.D. 

Residence, unknown. 

322. NELS EDWARD SIMONSEN. 
Born 17 May 1854, at Alderly, Wis. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Adelphic. 1887, A.M. Phi Beta Kappa. 1882, 
B.D., Garrett BibHcal Institute. 1895, D.D., ibid. Studied Old Norse 
and Northern literature in Christiania, Norway, 1882-84. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; member of Norway Conference; pastorate 2d Church, 
Christiania, 1884-85. Since 1885, President of Norwegian-Danish Theo- 
logical Seminary, Evanston, 111. Member of Norwegian-Danish Conference. 
Member of second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism, Washington, D. C, 
1891; of General Conference, at Cleveland, Ohio, 1896; of same at Chicago, 



144 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1880 

1900. Representative for Ninth General Conference District in the gen- 
eral committees for the Freedman's Aid and Southern Education Society, 
the Church Extension Society, and the Missionary Society. 

Married Jennie Lindgren, 17 June 1896, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Richard Lindgren, born 25 Nov. 189^. 

Residence, 2243 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

323. ETTIE LEILA SMITH. 

Born 29 Dec. 1858, at McHenry, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. Bgtany prize, 1878. OssoU. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Taught at Havana, 111., 1882-84; at Hinsdale, 1884-87; 
at La Porte, Ind., 1887-90; Havana, 1890-92; Pontiac, 1892-93; River 

Forest, 1894-95; Chicago, 1895 . Member of Chicago and Cook Coimty 

High School Associations ; High School Teachers' Club ; Daughters of the 
Revolution. 

Permanent address, Clifton, 111. 

324. LEVI PITNER WARRINGTON. 
Brother of Nos. 180 and 325. , 

Born 2 Aug. 1853, at Quincy, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1890, A.M. 1886, M.D., from Chicago Medical 
College. Physician. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, since 1894; member 
of Rock River Conference. Pastor at Minooka, 111. 

Married Mary Leanora Beaman, 19 June 1890, at Gouverneur, N. Y. 

Residence, Minooka, Grundy Co., 111. 

326. THOMAS CLINTON WARRINGTON. 

Brother of Nos. 180 and 324. 

Born 19 April 1852, at Quincy, 111. Prepared in Quincy High School, 
Chaddock College, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1883, 
A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman. Member of Life- 
Saving Crew. Editor and publisher of Tripod, 1878-80. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference. 

Married JuUa E. Ormiston, 20 June 1882, at Chicago, 111. 

Children — Isabel Ormiston, born 23 March 1883. (In college 1900 ). 

Raymond Ormiston, born 19 Aug. 1884. (In college 1901 ). 

Ruth Ormiston, born 11 May 1891. 

Residence, Maiden, 111. 

326. JULIA DICKINSON WATSON (THOMPSON). 

Born 28 Aug. 1860, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Mann, Deering, and Kirk prizes. 
Married Slason Thompson, 28 April 1887, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Julia, born 10 June 1888. 

Barbara, born 14 Aug. 1891. 

Margaret, born 26 Aug. 1895. 
Residence, 328 Superior St., Chicago, 111. 



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327. MARY ELIZABETH WEBSTER (RICE). 

Born in 1860, at Wells River, Vt. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. 

Married Charles Byron Rice, 15 Feb. 1883, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Webster B., born 19 Nov. 1885. 

William W., born 22 Jan. 1888. 

Charles B., Jr., born 17 May 1893. 
Residence, Highland Park, 111. 

328. FRANCIS ASBURY WOOD. 

Born 17 Jan. 1859, at Point Bluff, Wis. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1883, A.M. Deering prize. Hinman. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Student of Germanic Philology at University of Gottingen, 
1888-90; fellow in Germanic Philology, University of Chicago, 1893-95. 
1895, Ph.D., University of Chicago. Taught in Nebraska, 1881-88; studied 
in Germany, 1888-90; Professor of Greek and Latin in Chaddock College 
(Quincy, 111.), 1890-93; fellow in German at Chicago University, 1893-95; 
assistant in Medill High School, Chicago, 1895-97; Professor of German Lan- 
guage and Literature at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, 1897-1903. In- 
structor in Germanic Philology, University of Chicago, 1903 . Member 

of Modern Language Association, 1893. Author of a pamphlet, "Verner's 
Law in Gothic and the Reduplicating Verbs in Germanic"; of monograph, 
"Color-Names and Their Congeners "; of contributions to Modern Language 
Notes, Vols. X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII,; to Publica- 
tions of the Modern Language Association, Vols. XI, XIV; to American Jour- 
nal of Philology, Vols. XIX, XX, XXI; to the Journal of Germanic Philology, 
Vols. I, II; to Paul-Braune-Sievers Beitrdge, Vol. XXIV; to Indogermanische 
Forschungen, Vol. XIII. 

Married Rose H. Burt, 6 Aug. 1896. 

Residence, Mt. Vernon. Iowa. Address after 1 July 1903, University of 
IH| Chicago. 

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CLASS OF 1881. 

FRANK TAYLOR ANDREWS. 
Brother of No. 246. 



Born 10 April 1858, in Chicago. Entered from Babcock School, Chicago. 
A..B. 1885, A.M. Sigma Chi. 1884, M.D., Northwestern Medical School. 
Physician. Demonstrator of Histology, Northwestern University Medical 
School, 1886-87; Lecturer in the same, 1887-88; Professor of Histology, 1888- 
94; Professor of Histology and CHnical Gynecology, 1894-95; Professor of 

CUnical Gynecology, 1895 ; attending gynecologist to Mercy Hospital. 

Member of Chicago Academy of Sciences and several medical societies. Fel- 

^^ low of the American Academy of Medicine. 

^m Married, , 31 Jan. 1893. 



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330. ARTHUR HYSLOP BRIGGS. 
Brother of Nos. 360 and 535. 

Born 16 Jan. 1859, at San Francisco, Cal. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. Beta Theta Pi. Adelphic prize. 
Editor the Vidette. 1887, B.D., Boston University School of Theology. 
1899, D.D., Northwestern University. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Before theological studies was State Teamster in Yosemite Valley, and Assis- 
tant Superintendent Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, San Francisco. Pastor in 
Vallejo, San Jose, and San Francisco, 1887-97; President of lUff School of 
Theology, 1897-1900; Pastor Central Churcff, San Francisco, since 1900. Has 
published a pamphlet, "Facts Concerning the Closing of the Iliff School of 
Theology." 

Married Edna S. Iliff, 26 May 1897, at Denver, Colo. 

Rrsidence, 1611 Vallejo St., San Francisco, Cal. 

331. JOHN PATRICK BRUSHINGHAM. 

Born in 1855, in New York State. Entered from Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Phi Kappa Psi. 1883, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. 1897, D.D. Adelphic prize; Deering prize. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal. Pastor of various churches in Chicago; now at First 
M. E. Church. 

Married Lillia S. Norton, of Olean, N. Y., 12 Oct. 1881. 

Children — Nellie P., born 1885. 
Robert M., born 1887. 

Residence, 108 Washington St., Chicago. 

332. JOHN CLARKE BUTCHER. 

Born 5 April 1857, at Tingewick, Bucks, England. Prepared in England, 
and in Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. 1884, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. 1885, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Adelphic. 
Delta Upsilon. Missionary and clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. At Mora- 
dabad, India, 1885-88; at Bijnor, 1888-91; at Moradabad, 1891-93; at 
Bareilly, 1893-96; at Palatine, 111., pastor, 1896-98; at Naini Tal, India, 
1899 . Member of Rock River Conference, 1880-85 ; of North India Confer- 
ence, 1886-96 ; Rock River, 1896-98 ; North India, 1899 . Author of " Bun- 

yadklbdten," "Roman-Urdu PahH Ketdb," "Roman-Urdu Duri Ketdb." 

Married Ada Cythera Proctor, 4 Jan. 1888, at Bombay, India. 

Children — Richard Proctor, born 6 Sept. 1889; died 15 Nov. 1889. 
Arthur Willis, born 17 July 1891 ; died 25 Sept. 1894. 
Mary Elizabeth, born 17 Oct. 1893. 
Ethel Clara, born 4 Feb. 1902. 

Residence, Oak Openings, Naini Tal, India. 

333. WILLIAM ROSWELL CHAMBERLAIN. 

Born 31 Aug. 1851, at St. Elmo, 111. Entered from Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Delta Upsilon. Attended Union Col- 



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lege of Law. Taught school. Admitted to bar, 1884; since practicing in 
Chicago. Published articles on Attorney and Attorney-General, and Judi- 
cial Procedure Reform, Vol. VI., Chicago Law Journal. 
Married Harriet J. Haines, 21 Feb. 1887, at Chicago. 
Children — Faith Carrie, born 7 Nov. 1888. 
Grace Ann, born 8 April 1890. 
Philo Haines, born 16 Sept. 1893. 
Residence, 1139 Wellington Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 84 La Salle St. 

334. EBEN PRATT CLAPP. 

Born 10 March 1859, at Rome, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Graduated from Hahnemann Medical 
College, Chicago, 1882 ; studied in Europe. President of Alumni Association, 
1898-99. Physician in Evanston since graduation. 

Married (1) Mary EUzabeth Norton (No. 394), at Winona, Minn., 23 Jan. 
1889; she died 29 April 1897, at Evanston, 111. (2) Mary B. Norton, of 
Winona, Minn., 26 June 1901, at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children — James Norton, born 2 Jan. 1892. 

Mary Elizabeth, born 9 Nov. 1895. 

Residence, 1420 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

336. JOSEPH MEEK CORMACK. 

Born 28 Feb. 1855, at Philadelphia, Pa. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Delta Upsilon. 1883, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor in Rock River 
Conference since 1883; now at New Milford, 111. 

Married (1) Jane H. Marshall (No. 345), 27 Nov. 1884, near Sycamore, 111.; 
she died 3 March 1900. (2) Maude E. Miller (No. 1106), 4 Sept. 1902. 

Children — Joseph Marshall, born 8 Aug. 1893. 

Kimball .James Marshall, born 18 Feb. 1900. 

Residence, New Milford, 111. 

336. MOSES SMITH CROSS. 

Born 8 April 1854, at lAghtsville, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Wheaton College, and Chicago University, A.B. 1884, A.M. Beta Theta 
Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1882, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Tutor in 
G. B. I., 1882-84. Studied at the Universities of Leipzig, Berlin, and 
Athens, 1888-89. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Clay Street 
Church, Stockton, Cal., 1890-91. Since Professor of Ancient Languages in 
University of the Pacific. 

Residence, College Park, San Jos^, Cal. 

337. RAYMOND VICTOR DE GROFF. 

Born 17 July 1859, at SterUng, 111. Prepared at Steriing High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Hinman. Sigma Chi. En- 



148 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1881 

gaged in journalism for a time. Superintendent of Schools in Fulton, 111., for 
three years; in Farmington five years; in Belvidere two years. Since 1897 
at Spring Valley. 

Married Bertha M. Hazen, 1 Oct. 1885, at Amjpoy, 111. 

Child — Hazel Lorine, born 20 July 1886. 

Residence, Spring Valley, 111. 

338. GEORGE ALFRED FOSTER. 

Born 17 April 1859, at Whitewater, Wis. Prepared at Milwaukee High 
School, Markham's Academy (Milwaukee^, and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering and Kirk 
prizes. LL.B. from Kent College of Law. President of Alumni Association, 
1899-1900. Mercantile business in Chicago. 

Married Mary H. Scovil, 30 Sept. 1884, Chicago. 
Children— K^jjvm-E, born 27 March 1886; died 12 Sept. 1886. 
Melissa Elmore, born 14 Jan. 1888. 
George Henry, born 28 June 1890. 
Scovil, born 6 June 1892; died April 1893. 
Elinor, born 9 Nov. 1895. 
Residence, 1914 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, 111. Office, 167 Fifth Ave., 
Chicago. 

339. WALTER BARNARD HELM. 

Born 12 Oct. 1859, Indian Town, Tama Co., Iowa. Entered from Beaver 
Dam (Wis.) High School. B.S. Member of Life-Saving Crew. 1884, M.D., 
Northwestern University Medical School. Interne Cook County Hospital, 
1884 and 1885. Course in New York Post-Graduate Medical School, 1895. 
Physician and Surgeon. Health officer at Rockford, 111., for three years. 
Attending physician and surgeon in Rockford City Hospital since 1889. 
Surgeon I. C. R. R. Member of American Medical Association, Wisconsin 
Central Medical Society, Winnebago County Medical Society, and Illinois 
State Medical Society. 

Married Mary C. Gibson, 26 Oct. 1887, at Rockford, 111. 

Children — Allan G., born 8 Nov. 1888. 
Elizabeth, bom 27 Jan. 1892. 

Residence, 740 N. Church St., Rockford, 111. 

340. HORACE NELSON HERRICK. 

Bom 17 June 1846, at Fort Wayne, Ind. Prepared at Fort Wayne Col- 
lege, Asbury University, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Deering prize, 1881. 1881, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1889, A.M. 
(hon.), Northwestern University. 1892, D.D., De Pauw University. Cler- 
gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of North Indiana Conference; pastor 
at Winchester, Knightstown, Goshen, 1881-90. President of Fort Wayne 
College, 1888-90. Pastor at Anderson, 1890-92. Presiding elder of Muncie 
District, 1892-98. Pastor at Wabash, Ind., 1898-1901; at Logansport, 
Ind., April to Dec. 1901. Presiding elder of Kokomo District, Indiana, Dec. 



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1901 . Member of the General Conferences at Cleveland and Chicago, 

1896 and 1900. Has published a pamphlet, "Souvenir Report of Muncie 
District/' 1898; contributor to Methodist Review and Western Christian 
Advocate. 

Married Mary Effie Erick, 28 June 1868, in Allen Co., Ind. 

Children — Bessie Ruth (Canse). 
William Vernon. 

Residence, 145 W. Mulberry St., Kokomo, Ind. 

341. *WILLIAM HENRY HUSTON. 

Bom 12 Aug. 1858, at Fairplay, Wis. Prepared in Mt. Morris (111.) 
Seminary. A.B. 1890, A.M. Delta Upsilon. Deering prize. LL.B. and 
LL.M., Columbian University, Washington, D. C. Farmed near Britt, Iowa, 
1881-85. Appointed clerk of U. S. War Department, 1885; detailed to Cen- 
tral Board of Examiners, May 1889; recalled to War Department, Sept. 1889; 
transferred to Central Board of Examiners, 1894, and was clerk until his death. 

Died 1 April 1899, at EHzabeth, Colo. 

342. BENJAMIN BROWN JAMES. 

Born 4 July 1860, at Island Grove, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Graduate student in Physics, 1892-93. 
Taught school in Glencoe, 111., Farmington, Mo., and Evanston, 111. After- 
ward electrician in Chicago. Teacher in Joliet High School in 1896, and in 
State Normal School, St. Cloud, Minn., in 1898. Now Principal of high 
school in West Superior, Wis. 

Married (1) Emma Meserve (No. 347), 1885, at Kenosha, Wis. Divorced, 
1888. (2) Ida Bowman, in Aug. 1895. 

Children — Louise Meserve, born 1886. 

Helen Ida, born 1 Nov. 1896. 

Residence, West Superior, Wis. 

343. WILLIAM HENRY LACY. 

Born 8 Jan. 1858, at Milwaukee, Wis. Entered from Milwaukee High 
School. A.B. 1884, A.M. Phi Kappa Psi. 1883, B.D., Garrett Bibhcal 
Institute. Missionary and clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor on 
three charges in Wisconsin. Since then missionary in Foochow, China. 
Member of Foochow Conference. Superintendent of Methodist Anglo- 
Chinese Book Concern, Manager of Union Methodist Publishing House. 

Married Emma Nind (No. 316), 24 May 1883, at Minneapolis, Minn. 

Children — Walter N., born 1884. 
Henry V., born 1886. 

Residence, Foochow, China. 

344. ELIZABETH CURTIS MAC ARTHUR (MAY). 

Bom 5 April 1858, at Johet, 111. Entered from Rockford High School. 
A.B. 1884, A.M. Ossoli. Botany prize. Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate 



150 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1881 

study in Berlin and Heidelberg, Germany. Teacher in Platteville Normal 
School, Wisconsin, 1883-85. Author of "Moly," a book of poems (New 
York, 1887). Has contributed poems to Youth's Companion, Sunday School 
Times, St. Nicholas, Harper's Weekly, Collier's Weekly, Ladies' Home Journal, 
Bachelor of Arts, etc. 

Married Albert Bascom May, 1 July 1886, at Rockford, 111. 
Children — Richard Bascom, born 17 Nov. 1887. 
Donald Curtis, born 24 June 1889. 
Jessie Elizabeth, born 18 April 1891. 
Jean Evelyn, born 14 Oct. 1893. 
Residence, 287 Pleasant St., Mil\vaukee,*Wis. 

346. *JANE H. MARSHALL (CORMACK). 

Bom 19 Dec. 1859, at Charter Grove, 111. Entered from Sycamore High 
School. B.L. Ossoli. Charter member of Beta chapter of Alpha Phi. Taught 
school at Charter Grove, 1881-84. Superintendent of Children's Meetings of 
Epworth Grove Camp-Meeting for several years. Superintendent of Infant 
Department of Sunday School of St. Paul's Church, Chicago, 1884-85. 

Married Joseph Meek Cormack (No. 335), 27 Nov. 1884, at Charter 
Grove, 111. 

Died 3 March 1900, in Chicago, 111. 

846. JOSEPH ALEXANDER MATLACK. 

Born 26 May 1854, in Philadelphia. Entered from Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal. Rock River Conference; in Chicago, 1883-86; in Free- 
port, 1886-89; in Chicago, 1889-95; in Sterling, 1895-98; since in Chicago. 
Now pastor of DeKalb and Leavitt Sts. Church. 1902, D.D., Garrett Bibli- 
cal Institute. Secretary of Rock River Conference. 

Married Emma Lavina Harvey, 26 May 1875, at Chicago, 111. 
Children — Harold Elmer, born 5 Sept. 1879. 
Joseph Roy, born 4 Jan. 1883. 
Edith Lillian, born 13 July 1887. 
Gertrude Emma, born 28 Nov. 1893. 
Glenn Edwin, born 7 Nov. 1896. 
Residence, 68 DeKalb St., Chicago, 111. 

347. EMMA PATIENCE MESERVE (JAMES). 

Bom 15 Sept. 1860, in Chicago. Entered from Lake View High School. 
A.B. Alpha Phi. Declamation prize; Ossoli essay prize. Teacher at Men- 
dota and Riverside, 111.; since 1887, teacher in Englewood High School, 
Chicago. 

Married Benjamin Brown James (No. 342), 1885, at Kenosha, Wis. 
Obtained divorce 1888. 

Child — Louise Meserve, born 1886. 

Residence, 6421 Stewart Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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348. NATHAN CLARK MILLER. 

Born 25 Oct. 1859, at Mt. Carroll, 111. Entered from Lincoln College, 
Missouri. Ph.B. Delta Upsilon. Superintendent of Public Schools at 
Longmont, Colo., 1881-84; at McGregor, Iowa, till 1886; since then practicing 
law in Chicago and in Colorado. Has been district, county, and city attorney. 
Since 1888 has been at Durango, Colo. 

Residence, Durango, Colo. 

34^. JAMES EDGAR NICHOL. 

Born 17 Jan. 1855, at Marseilles, 111. Entered from Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Mem- 
ber of Des Moines Conference since 1881 ; pastor at Riverton, Murray, Russell, 
Maxwell, Scranton, Ogden, Bayard, Boonesboro, and Exira, Iowa. 
Married Helen Eldora Pope, 14 June 1882, at Odell, 111. 
Children — Gertrude Edith, born 28 May 1883; died 14 May 1884. 
RoscoE Everett, born 17 May 1886. 
Harold Clyde, born 21 May 1894. 
Residence, Exira, Iowa. 

350. *FREDERICK PORTER. 

Born 3 Aug. 1848, at Butterwick, Lincolnshire, England. Entered from 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B, 1884, A.M. Delta Upsilon. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Ruby Hill, Nev., 1881-83; 
Lincoln St. Church, Chicago, 1883-84; Batavia, 111., 1884-86; Marshfield Ave. 
Church, Chicago, 1886-90; Centenary Church, Rockford, 1890-91; Glendora, 
Cal., 1891-92. 

Married Alice Downey, 14 Nov. 1883, at Greencastle, Ind. 
C/^iWren— Alfred, born 1 Sept. 1884; died 2 Sept. 1884. 

Alice Maude, born 15 Dec. 1885; died 13 Aug. 1886. 
Anna Downey, born 21 Jan. 1887. 
Helen Frederica, born 19 March 1889. 
Died 13 April 1892, at Ottawa, Kan. 

351. FRANK LEON RICE. 

Born 11 May 1859. Entered from Northwestern University Academy. 
B.S. 1890, M.S. In manufacturing business in Chicago, since graduation. 
President of the Rice Engine and Boiler Co. With N. S. Davis, Jr. (No. 301), 
compiled "North American Batrachia and Reptilia." 

Residence, Gault House, Chicago, 111. Office, 350 Franklin St., Chicago. 

352. JOHN SCHNEIDER. 

Born 14 Dec. 1849, at DussUngen, Wiirtemberg, Germany. Entered from 
Oberlin College, Ohio. A.B. Adelphic. 1884, A.M. 1881, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Wisconsin 
Conference. Pastor at Orfordville, Elkhorn, Edgerton, Ripon, Milwaukee, 




152 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1881 

Green Bay, Neenah, Wauwatosa, Fort Atkinson, Waupun and Kaukauna. 
Secretary of Wisconsin Conference, 1889-1903. 

Married (1) Sarah Ann Cameron, 23 Sept. 1875, at Trenton, Wis.; she 
died 7 Jan. 1891. (2) Rosa Kolbow, 5 Dec. 1891„at Milwaukee. 
Children — Percy Cameron, born 13 Aug. 1876; died 7 May 1890. 
Archibald George, born 18 July 1879. 
Carl Winfred, born 11 May 1886. 
Howard Lucien, born 5 Dec. 1892. 
Earl Kenneth, born 14 May 1893. 
Ralph Irving, bom 9 March 1900. 
Residence, Kaukauna, Wis. 

353. MARTHA GERTRUDE SKELTON (POOLEY). 

Born 18 Nov. 1859, at Flora, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy and Evanston High School. Ph.B. 1884, Ph.M. Teacher in 
Lockport, 111., 1881-82; Preceptress and Professor of Higher Mathematics 
and German, in Upper Iowa University, 1882-84. President of Northwestern 
Branch of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society for three years. President 
of Rockford Deaconess Examining Board for two years. President of Rock- 
ford District of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. 

Married Rev. Robert Henry Pooley (No. 377), 14 Aug. 1884, at Evans- 
ton, 111. 

Residence, 614 Peach St., Rockford, 111. 

354. CLAUDIUS BUCHANAN SPENCER. 

Born 20 Oct. 1856, at Fowlerville, Mich. Prepared at Howell (Mich.) 
High School. A.B. 1887, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor Tripod, 1879-80. 1897, D.D., Lawrence University. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal, at Calumet, Detroit, and Owosso, Mich.; Denver, Col. 
Member of Colorado Conference. Editor of Rocky Mountain Christian 
Advocate, 1892-1900; of Central Christian Advocate, 1900 . 

Married Mary L. Mitchell, 20 Oct. 1886, at Brockport, N. Y. 

Children — Helen M., born 1887. 

Marjorie E., born 1890. 
Mildred L, born 1895. 

Address, Kansas City, Mo., care of Central Christian Advocate. 

355. POLEMUS HAMILTON SWIFT. 

Bom 24 Oct. 1853, at Palmyra, Wis. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Gage debate prize, 1880; Adelphic prize, 1880; Deering essay prize, 1881 
Editor the Northwestern, 1881. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1888, 
A.M. and Ph.D., Syracuse University; 1896, D.D., Northwestern University. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference; pastor 
at Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, Chicago, 1883-85; Court Street 
Church, Rockford, 1885-90; Oakland Church, Chicago, 1890-95; Englewood, 



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Chicago, 1895-1900; since at Wesley Church, Chicago. Delegate to the Gen- 
i6ral Conferences of 1896 and 1900; delegate to the Ecumenical Conference, 
'London, 1900. Member of American Institute of Philosophy and Chicago 
Academy of Sciences. 

Author of "Star in the West," (Curtis and Jennings, New York and Cin- 
cinnati, 1898), and contributor to the Methodist Review for July 1898 and 
1899, and May 1900, and to numerous newspapers. 

Married Olive Lois Boynton, 20 Nov. 1883, at Keeseville, N. Y. 
Children— MAJiiA.^ Ella, born 31 Aug. 1884; died 4 April 1886. 
George Hamilton, born 3 Feb. 1886. 
Mildred Eloise, born 11 Dec, 1889. 

Rosamond Boynton, born 11 May 1900; died 2 Feb. 1903. 
Residence, 1009 N. Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 

366. FRANK HILL THATCHER. 

Born 17 July 1859, in Chicago. Entered from Aurora High School. 
Ph.B. 1884, Ph.M. Beta Theta Pi. Lawyer at Aurora, 111., until 1899; 
since in Minnesota. 

Married Edith S. Norton of Winona, Minn., 21 Jan. 1891. 

Residence, 275 W. Wabasha St., Winona, Minn. 

367. PARKER STEWART WEBSTER. 

Born 17 Oct. 1857, at New Hampton, Iowa. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. A.M. Delta Upsilon. Attended Union Col- 
lege of Law, 1882-83. Lawyer in Dubuque, Iowa; within the past few years 
has moved to Chicago. 

Residence, Virginia Hotel, Chicago, 111. Office, 79 Dearborn St. 

368. FREDERICK SEYMOUR WHEELER. 

In college, 1877-81. A.B. A.M. In business in Chicago until 1899; 
since in New York City. 

Address, 11 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



CLASS OF 1882. 

369. STANLEY PATTERSON BLACK. 

Born 21 Aug. 1859, at Omaha, Neb. Entered from Central High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1885, M.D., Chicago Medical College. 
Interne in Cook County Hospital, 1885-87; in the Royal-Imperial Hospital, 
Vienna, 1887-89. Practiced medicine in Chicago, 1889-97; Instructor in 
Northwestern University Medical School and Pathologist at Mercy Hospital 
during same period. Since physician in Pasadena and Los Angeles, Cal. 
Member of Chicago Medical Society, 1889-97; Los Angeles County Medical 
Society, Southern California Medical Society, and Pasadena Medical Society, 
since 1898. PubUshed various articles in medical journals. 



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Married Ella Piper, 26 May 1892, in Chicago. 
Children— Ada Harris, born 10 May 1893. 

Gardner, born 14 June 1896. 

Mary Raynolds, born 26 June 189^. 
Residence, 55 Orange Grove Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Office, 737 Buena 
Vista St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

360. ALVAH GREEN BRIGGS. 
Brother of Nos. 330 and 535. 

Born 11 March 1860, at Santa Clara,»Cal. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Editor Northwestern. In busi- 
ness in San Francisco, Cal. With Sierra Buttes Gold Mining Co., 1884-96. 
Married Laura J. Richards, 13 June 1887, at Sierra City, Cal. 
Children — Arthur Allan, born 1 Feb. 1890. 
Ellen Green, born 12 June 1891. 
Laura J., born 3 May 1895. 
Residence, Newark, Cal. 7 

361. *WILLIAM FRANCIS CARROLL. 

Born at Henry, 111. In college, 1877-79 and 1881-82. A.B. Beta 
Theta Pi. Editor the Vidette, 1879. Ran a stock farm at Corning, Kan., 
1878-79. Admitted to bar of Kansas. 

Died 4 March 1885, at Las Vegas, New Mexico. 

362. JAMES SIMPSON CONWELL. 

Born 4 July 1859, at Winona, Minn. Entered from Lake View High 
School, Chicago. B.S. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. Hinman prize. Mem- 
ber of Life-Saving Crew. In business in Los Angeles, Cal., 1882-89 ; wholesale 
bicycle business, San Francisco, 1889-97; manager of automobile factory, 
Indianapolis, 1897-1901 ; now in business at Anderson, Ind. 

Married (1) Hattie Ruena Cone (ex-'82), 18 Sept. 1885, at Winona, Minn.; 
she died 20 Jan. 1886. (2) Mae Hopkinson, 20 April 1891, at San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Children — Valentine Larooka, born 14 Feb. 1892. 
Delsy Dyche, born 8 March 1896. 

Residence, Anderson, Ind. 

363. JESSIE HALE COWLES (BROWN). 

Born 27 April 1861, at Cascade, Iowa. Prepared in various high schools 
and Wisconsin State Normal School. Ph.B. Ossoli. Taught one year in 
Fremont, Neb. 

Married Rev. George Matthew Brown, 28 Oct. 1885, at Kansas City, Mo. 
Children — Walter Henry, born 14 Aug. 1886. 
Winifred Alice, born 20 June 1891. 
George Cowles, born 13 Aug. 1893. 
Residence, Derby, Conn. 



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364. CHARLES WORTHINGTON DARROW. 



Born 7 Dec. 1857, at Janesville, Wis. Entered from Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Telegraph operator, 1871-75; train dis- 
patcher; private secretary to President of Board of Underwriters, Chicago; 
private secretary to Assistant General Solicitor of C. B. & Q. R. R., Chicago; 
admitted to the bar, 1885; since county attorney, Garfield Co., Colo. 
Married EHzabeth G. Morper, 5 Oct. 1885, at Elroy, Wis. 
Children — Helen Louise, born 10 May 1888. 
Nicholas Jay, born 22 July 1889. 
Alice Gretchen, born 9 Sept. 1890. 
Gretchen, born 23 Sept. 1892. 
Charles Worthington, Jr., born 29 March 1894. 
Harriette Elizabeth, born 31 March 1896; died 10 Oct. 1896. 
Horace Frederick, born 22 June 1897. 
Leslie Joseph, born 17 Aug. 1898. 
Herman Leutzen, born 9 April 1900. 
Jane Esther, born 22 Sept. 1901. 
Arthur Clifford, born 11 Oct. 1902. 
Residence, Glenwood Springs, Colo. 

366. WILLIAM ANDREW DYCHE. 

Brother of No. 707. 

Born 25 May 1861, at Monroe, Ohio. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Graduate study in Chicago College of Pharmacy. Druggist. Mem- 
ber of Examining Committee of Northwestern University School of Pharmacy; 
alderman in Evanston, 1892-95; mayor of Evanston, 1895-99; president of 
Illinois State Board of Pharmacy, 1900; president of Northwestern University 
Alumni Association, 1891-92; trustee of Northwestern University since 1894. 

Married May Louise Bennett (No. 606), 11 Feb. 1897, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — David Benneti^, born 19 Dec. 1902. 

Residence, 1882 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

366. WALTER ALLEN EVANS. 

Born . Entered college from Plainfield, 111., in 1878. A.B. 

[1885, A.M. 1884, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. Delta Upsilon. Clergy- 
lan. Congregational; at Maiden, Mass.; at Fenton, Mich. 
Married Helen SchUeman (ex-'85), 1 Jan. 1885, at Fargo, N. D. 
Residence unkno\yn. 

367. NATHAN JAMES HARKNESS. 

Born 4 Sept. 1852, at Starksboro, Vt. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
•sity Academy. Ph.B. 1885, Ph.M. Adelphic. Delta Upsilon. Clergy- 
lan, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference. Pastor of 
[ndiana Street, Asburv, and Sheffield Avenue churches in Chicago, 1882-89; 



156 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1882 

Freeport, 1889-93; Ada Street Church, Chicago, 1893-95; St. Charles, 1895- 
98; Sterhng, 1898-1901; since at Marengo, 111. President of Anti-Saloon 
League at Sterhng, 1900. Author of "Epworth Guards" (Hunt and Eaton, 
New York, 1894). 

Married Maria Virginia Westlake, 26 Oct. 1886, in Chicago. 
Children — Thomas Kent, bom 1 Aug. 1887; died 18 June 1888. 
Cornelia Virginia, bom 19 Oct. 1888. 
Nathan James, Jr., born 27 Dec. 1891. 
Isabella Vincent, born 29 Nov. 1894. 
Phebe Helen, born 10 Nov. 1896. 
Residence, Marengo, 111. 

368. EMILY MARCIA HATFIELD (HOBART). 
Sister of Nos. 389 and 660. 

Born 14 Aug. 1860, at Flushing, L. I., New York. Prepared in Logan 
Square Seminary, Philadelphia, and Northwestern University Academy. 
A.B. 1887, A.M. Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. Missionary in Peking, 
China, 1882-92. In Evanston, 111., 1892-93. Missionary, Tsun Hua, China, 
1893-99. In Evanston since 1899. 

Married WiUiam Thomas Hobart (No. 283), 3 Aug. 1882, at Evanston. 

Residence, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

369. LYDIA LUELLA HAYES JONES (TROWBRIDGE). 

Bom 28 Aug. 1859, at Evanston, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy.. A.B. 1887, A.M. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta 
Kappa. One year of graduate study in Germany. Taught in Red Oak (la.) 
High School one year; Instructor in English and Mathematics in Fremont 
(Neb.) Normal School and Business College, 1884-87; traveling and studying 
in Europe, 1888-89; since teaching in Lake View High School, Chicago. 

Married Dr. Edward Gilbert Trowbridge, 26 April 1898, in Chicago. 

Residence, 342 Bradley Place, Chicago, 111. 

370. JOHN LEE. 

Bom in Loughgall, County Armagh, Ireland. Arrived in Chicago direct 
from Londonderry, July 1874. Entered from Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; member of Rock River Conference. 
Chairman of a committee appointed by Chicago preachers' meeting to 
agitate in behalf of religious freedom in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru, 1895. 

Author of numerous controversial pamphlets, including a "Reply" to 
Archbishop Ireland's assertion that Protestantism did nothing for liberty, 
a discussion with Alexander Sullivan on ''The Part That Ireland Played in 
the American Revolution," and "Religious Persecution," an examination of 
Cardinal Manning's famous letter in the London Times; also contributor to 
various religious papers. 

Residence, Peotone, 111. 



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371. ROBERT ALEXANDER McPHERRIN. 



Born 12 Oct. 1860, at Knoxville, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Divided Botany prize, 1880; class president, 1882. 
Hinman. Delta Upsilon. Taught at Glenwood, 111,, 1883; hardware busi- 
ness, Ottumwa, Iowa, 1884-87; same in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1887-98; ice 
manufacturer, West Palm Beach, Fla. ; same, Berkley, Va., at present. 

Married Minnie F. Haw, 8 Dec. 1885, at Ottumwa, la. 

Child — George Robert, born 14 Oct. 1888. 

Address, Berkley, Va., care Berkley Ice Works. 

372. FRANK WARREN MERRELL. 

Born 4 Aug. 1856, at Lindley, N. Y. Prepared in Teachers' Institute and 
Classical Seminary, East Paw Paw, 111. A.B. 1885, A.M. Hinman. Phi 
Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. Member of Life-Saving Crew. 
Taught in Northwestern University Academy, 1882-83. 1883, B.D., Garrett 
BibUcal Institute. 1890, Ph. D. from Illinois Wesleyan University on exami- 
nation. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Central Illinois Con- 
ference; pastor at MagnoHa, 1883-85; Princeville, 1885-88; D wight, 1888-91; 
Rock Island, 1891-96; Peoria, presiding elder, since 1896. 1902, D.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Pastor at Monmouth, 111. 
Married Amelia Persons, 26 Aug. 1876, at Sabbona, 111. 
Children — Morton William, born 20 Oct. 1880. 

Llewellyn Reuben, born 14 July 1886. 
Lloyd F., born 13 Sept. 1887. 
DwiGHT, born 19 Sept. 1889. 
Violet Amelia, born 6 March 1898. 
Residence, Monmouth, 111. 

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Born 17 July 1858, at Adeline, 111. Entered from Rock River Seminary. 
Ph.B. Hinman. Delta Upsilon. Editor Northwestern, 1881-82. Manager 
f sales, Deering Harvester Co., until 1901. Capitalist. 

Married Emma May Prindle (No. 378), 26 April 1887, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Marjorie, born 29 Jan. 1888. 

Robert, born 17 June 1890. 
Residence, 1761 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. Office, Chamber of Com- 
merce Building. 



374. HARRY HUNTINGTON MILLER. 



I Born 2 Aug. 1861, at Granville, 111. Entered from Evanston High School. 
.S. Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize. Analytical chemist and assayer, St. 
aul, Minn., 1882-84; mining engineer. Port Arthur, Canada, 1884-85; manu- 
facturer of agricultural implements and in real estate business, Omaha, Neb., 
85-89; assayer and mining engineer, Honduras and Nicaragua, Central 



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America, 1889-1900; since consulting mining engineer, New York City. In 
City of Mexico, as manager of Balsas Valley Co. (13 Park Row, New York). 
Member of American Institute of Mining Engineers since 1895. Has pub- 
lished articles in mining and scientific papers. • 
Address, City of Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 



376. WILLIAM HENRY OTJEN. 

Born 4 Jan. 1854, in St. Clair Co., Mich. Prepared in Markham's Acad- 
emy, Milwaukee, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Creston, Millidgeville, Erie, 
Albany, Lighthouse, Rochelle, Oregon; in Rock River Conference. 

Married Edith A. Bennett of Dodgeville, Wis., 8 Oct. 1884. 

Children — Duane B., born 1885. 
Annie M., born 1886. 

Residence, Oregon, 111. 



376. CHARLES EDWARD PIPER. 

Bom 12 June 1858, in Chicago. Entered from Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1886, A.M. 1890, LL.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Member of 
Life-Saving Crew. Mann prize; Hinman prize, 1881. Practicing law in 
Chicago. 

Married Carrie L. Gregory of Indianola, Iowa, 15 Aug. 1882. 
Children — Carrie E., born 1884. 
LuLA L., born 1887. 
Robert G., born 1889. 
Margaret J., born 1892; died 1896. 
Charles E., Jr., born 1898. 
Residence, Berwyn, 111. 



377. ROBERT HENRY POOLEY. 

Born 20 Jan. 1856, at Rush, 111. Entered from Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Mann 
prize in declamation, 1879, and second in oratory, 1880. Member of Life- 
Saving Crew. 1894, B.D., Garrett Bibhcal Institute. 1896, D.D. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at JoHet, 111. ; Trinity and Wabash Ave. 
Methodist Episcopal churches, Chicago ; Appleton, Wis. ; Oak Park, 111. ; First 
Church, Rockford. President of Northwestern University Alumni Associa- 
tion, 1896-97. Member of American Institute of Christian Philosophy. 

Married Martha Gertrude Skelton (No. 353). 14 Aug. 1884, at Evanston, 
111. 

Children — Leila Jessica, born 15 Sept. 1886. 

Eleanor Gertrude, born 26 July 1888. 
Elizabeth Marguerite, born 10 March 1890. 

Residence, 614 Peach St., Rockford, 111. 



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378. EMMA MAY PRINDLE (MIDDLEKAUFF). 

Sister of No. 29 L 



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I^H Born 17 Feb. 1860, at Elmira, Minn. Prepared at Evanston High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Chess medal and Deering 
and Kirk prizes. Studied art. 

Married Peter D. Middlekauff (No. 373), 26 April 1887, at Evanston. 

Residence, 1761 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

379. FREDERICK HILL SHEETS. 
Brother of No. 1203. 

Born 25 Dec. 1859, at Mt. Morris, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deer- 
ing prize; divided Botany prize. Editor Northwestern, 1882. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference; pastor at Oregon, 
1882-86; Sterling, 1886-87; Dixon, 1887-88; Blue Island, 1889-91; Richard 
Street, JoHet, 1891-95; Court Street, Rockford, 1895-97; Grace Church, 
Chicago, 1897-1901 ; since presiding elder of Chicago Western District. 

Married Mary A. Hill (No. 411), 25 Dec. 1884, at Milwaukee. 

Children— AiA^T^n Reid, born 1 June 1888; died 24 Feb. 1893. 
Fred Hill, born 12 Oct. 1891. 
Frank, born 1 Aug. 1896; died 21 Aug. 1896. 

Residence, 1604 W. Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

380. ADELE SOMERS (HALL). 

Born 3 Aug. 1861, in Chicago. Entered from Evanston High School. 
B.L. Corresponding secretary of Chicago Public School Art Society; director 
of Association of Collegiate Alumnae. 

Married William Tileston Hall, 24 Oct. 1883, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Eleanor Lorinda, born 15 Nov. 1885. 

Richard Somers, born 19 Dec. 1889; died 17 Jan. 1890. 
Edward Somers, born 13 July 1892. 
Adele Kohl, born 12 July 1894. 
Residence, 3519 Calumet Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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381. ELLA MAY TARR (THOMSON). 

In college, 1878-82. B.L. 1885, M.L. Delta Gamma. Studied in 
Europe, 1885-86. Preceptress and Professor of Modern Languages in Uni- 
rsity of Southern California, in 1887. Ph.D., 1887. 
Married Edward Thomson. 
Child— J AM^s E., born 1889. 
Residence, 415 W. Park Ave., San Antonio, Texas. 

382. *SARAH EXCEEN WHITE. 



Born in 1862. Prepared at Evanston High School. In college, 1878-82. 
h. B. Delta Gamma. In 1885 assistant principal of Belvidere (111.) High 
School. 

Died in 1887. 






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CLASS OF 1883. 

383. JOHN CONKEY BANNISTER. 
Brother of Nos. 26 ^mstd 51. 

Born 15 Nov. 1860, at Evanston, 111. Entered from Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi. Adelphic 
oratorical prize; Deering prize; Kirk prize. Taught in Princeton (111.) High 
School, 1883-91 ; since, manufacturing superintendent of Western Tube Co., 
Kewanee, 111. 

Married Frances Bryant, 25 Dec. 1886,*at Princeton, 111. 
Children — Bryant, born 1887. 
Kimball, born 1889. 
Elizabeth, born 1891. 
Laura, born 1893.- 
JoHN Howard, born 1895. 
Frances, born 1897. 
Residence, 519 S. Tremont St., Kewanee, 111. 

384. HENRY OLIN CADY. 

Born 12 Sept. 1857, in Middlebury, Vt. Prepared in Middlebury High 
School and College. A.B. 1886, A.M. 1886, B.D., Garrett BibHcal Insti- 
tute. Delta Upsilon. Missionary and clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Preached in Wisconsin and Illinois, 1883-86; since, missionary at Chungking, 
and Chentu, China. Member of West China Conference. On furlough in 1901, 
representing the Missionary Society at the New England conferences. Re- 
turned to China. Contributor to the religious press, notably a four-page 
article in the Northwestern Christian Advocate, Oct. 1900, on the Boxer upris- 
ing, entitled, "Atrocities of the Chinese." 

Married Hattie Yates, 11 June 1894, at Elburn, 111. 

Child— A son, born 28 July 1896; died 31 July 1896. 

Residence, Chentu, West China. 

885. ANNA LYON CRANDON. 

Bom 13 July 1860, at Aurora, 111. Entered from Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academ5^ Ph.B. Delta Gamma. At home in Evanston since gradu- 
ation. 

Residence, 1414 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 

386. ASAHEL HOLMES DENMAN. 

Born 29 Nov. 1859, at Sing Sing, N. Y. Prepared in Academy of 
College of City of New York, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Adelphic. Deering prize. LL.B., Iowa State University. Editor of 
Vidette-Reporter, Iowa State University. Lawyer, Des Moines, Iowa, until 
1888; Kansas City, Mo., 1888-90; Tacoma, Wash., 1890-92; Seattle, 1892-94; 
since in Tacoma. 

Address, 511 Fidelity Bldg., Tacoma, Wash. 



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387. EMILY A. GREENMAN. 
Sister of Nos. 304 and 470. 



IB 1883] 

■^K Born 14 Nov. 1858, at Fort Wayne, Ind. Prepared at La Grange (Ind.) 
■^^ High School. Ph.B. Teacher; stenographer; employed with Scientific 
American. 

Residence, 1914 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Office, Rookery Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

388. MARTIN MEDBERY GRIDLEY. 

Born 16 May 1863, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Evanston High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Mann 
prize in declamation, 1882; Deering essay prize, 1883. Phi Kappa Sigma; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Northwestern, Oct. to Dec. 1882. 1885, liL.B., 
Union College of Law. Practiced law in Kansas City, Mo., 1886; since then 
lawyer in Chicago. Member of firm Paden & Gridley. Nominated on Demo- 
cratic ticket for Legislature in 1890. 

Married Ruth Louise Farwell, 4 June 1896, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Pearl Farwell, born 1897. 

Residence, 416 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 

Office, 1001 Ashland Block, Chicago. 

389. JAMES TAFT HATFIELD. 
Brother of Nos. 368 and 660. 

Born 15 June 1862, at Brooklyn, N. Y. Prepared at Rugby Academy, 
Philadelphia, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1886, A.M. 
Adelphic. Kappa Nu; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize, 1882. 
1890, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. Student in Sanskrit, Canning Col- 
lege, Lucknow, India, 1884. Professor at Rust University, Miss., 1884-85; 
Principal of McCormick School, De Funiak Springs, Fla., 1885-86; graduate 
student and fellow in Latin at Johns Hopkins University, 1887-90; student in 
University of Bonn, 1890; since, Professor of the German Language and 
Literature in Northwestern University. Attended lectures in Universities 
of Berlin, Gottingen, Leipsic, and Oxford. 



B Enlisted 4 June 1898, as ordinary seaman in U. S. Navy for the Spanish- 
American War; chief yeoman, 15 June 1898; served on the Yale in Cuban 
and Porto Rican waters; captain of 5-inch Gun No. 5; discharged 11 Aug. 
1898. One of the three Americans on the International Committee of Ger- 
man scholars to dedicate a monument at Strassburg on the 150th anniversary 
of Goethe's birth. Member of American Oriental Society; of the Modern 
Language Association of America; of Deutsche Bibliographische Gesellschaft, 
Berlin; of Board of Directors of Northwestern University Settlement; 
^^^ president of Northwestern University Alumni Association, 1901-03. 
I^B Has published " The Elements of Sanskrit Grammar, " Lucknow, American 
I^M. E. Church Press, 1884; "A Study of Juvencus," Doctor's dissertation, 
Bonn, University Press, 1890; "Freytag's Rittmeister von Alt-Rosen," 
Boston, D. C. Heath & Co., 1894; "Goethe's Hermann und Dorothea," with 






162 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1883 

introduction and notes, New York and London, MacmillanCo., 1899; " German 
Lyrics and Ballads," Boston, D. C. Heath & Co.; (with P. S. Allen) "The 
Diary and Correspondence of Wilhelm Miiller," Chicago University Press, 
1903. In pamphlet form: "Beta Memories," a poem; an index to Gothic 
forms in "Kluge's Etymologisches Worterbuch^; "The Northwestern Uni- 
versity Chapel Service"; "Materials for German Composition," based on 
"Storm's Immensee"; "James Russell Lowell," an address delivered at the 
Lowell Commemoration, held in the Architektenhaus, Berlin; "The Church 
and Art"; "Materials for German Composition," based on "Hoher als die 
Kirche." Contributor to the Proceedings of the American Oriental Society; 
American Journal of Philology; Deutsche WUndschau; Das litter arische Echo; 
The Nation; Germania; The Dial; Modern Language Notes; New England 
Magazine; Methodist Review; Publications of American Modern Language 
Association; Americana-Germanica; Journal of Germanic Philology, etc. 

Married Maude Hollingsworth Wilson, 13 March 1890, at Baltimore, Md. 

Children — Henry Wilson, born 14 Sept. 1891; died 3 July 1893. 
Margaret, born 25 Sept. 1894. 
Theodore Merryman, born 7 May 1899. 

Residence, 617 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 



390. ALFRED ERNEST HILLS. 

Born in 1862. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Delta Upsilon. Hinman prize. In 1885, herding cattle at North Park, Colo. 
Residence, Rand, North Park, Colo. 



891. HARRIET AUGUSTA KIMBALL (McWILLIAMS). 

Born 22 Feb. 1861, at Black River Falls, Wis. Prepared in Black River 
Falls High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Ph.M., 
1886. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Botany prize, 1881. Instructor in 
Northwestern University Academy, 1883-91; study in Paris, 1891-92; 
Instructor in Academy, 1892-97; since, residing in Dwight, 111. Secretary 
and treasurer of Association of Collegiate Alumnae. 

Married John Pollard McWilliams, 5 Feb. 1898, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, Dwight, 111. 

392. FRANK ELMER LORD. 

Born 20 Dec. 1861, at Dan vers, Mass. Prepared in Holton, Dan vers, and 
Salem High Schools. A.B. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Mann declamation prize. Admitted to the bar in 1886, and since attorney 
at law in Chicago with firm of Hamline, Scott & Lord. Director of Evanston 
PubUc Library, 1893-94 ; director and trustee of Evanston Emergency Hos- 
pital; member of councilof Northwestern University Settlement Association 
since 1898; secretary and treasurer of Alumni Association, 1885-87. 

Residence, 1328 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 500 The Temple, 
Chicago, IH. 



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K 393. MINNIE RACHEL MOULDING (GOODSMITH). 
^f Sister of No. 621. 

Born 5 Nov. 1860, at Carpenterville, 111. Prepared in Lake View High 
School. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. 

Married Dr. William P. Goodsmith, 12 April 1888, in Chicago, 111. 
Children — Winifred Pearl, bom 9 June 1889. 

Howard Moulding, bom 6 Jan. 1891. 
Residence, 957 North Clark St., Chicago, 111. 

394. *MARY ELIZABETH NORTON (CLAPP). 

Bom 18 Feb. 1861, at Winona, Minn. Entered from Winona High School. 
Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Botany prize. Resided in Winona imtil 1889, 
with the exception of one year of foreign travel (1888) ; afterward in Evanston, 
111. 

Married Dr. Eben Pratt Clapp (No. 334), 23 Jan. 1889, at Winona, Minn. 

Died 29 April 1897, at Evanston, 111. 

395. WILLIAM ABBOTT PHILLIPS. 
Brother of No. 675. 

Born 18 Jan. 1861, in Chicago. Entered from Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. Student in North- 
western University Medical School, 1883-85; Harvard Medical School, 1885- 
87, degree M.D. ; study in Vienna, 1887-88. Physican in Evanston. Lecturer 
in Comparative Anatomy, College of Liberal Arts, 1894-96. 
Married Josephine Patterson, 21 Jan. 1891, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Isabel Patterson. 
Marion. 

Julian Patterson. 
William Butterworth 2nd. 
Robert Patterson, 
Residence, 1711 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

396. LOUIS SANFORD RICE. 

Born 13 Nov. 1862, in Chicago. Entered from Evanston High SchooL 
'Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. In the book and stationery busi- 
ness in Denver for two years; since engaged in the manufacture of engines^ 
boilers, and heating apparatus, Chicago. Secretary of Rice Engine and Boiler 
[Co. City collector, Evanston, 111. 

Married Anna R. Ballard of Evanston, 25 March 1886. 

Children — Dorothy, bom 1887. 
Donald B., born 1891. 

Residence, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

397. ISABELLA ROSS. 

Bom 6 Nov. 1859, in Chicago. Prepared in Jefferson High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Ossoli prize. Graduate student 




164 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1883 

in English Language, 1897-98, and 1900-02. Organist and piano teacher. 
Graduated from Northwestern School of Music, 1885. At one time taught 
Mathematics in Jefferson (111.) High School. 
Residence, Lake Bluff, 111. 



398. CHARLES HENRY SHARER. 

Born 25 Sept. 1859, at Mt. Morris, 111. Entered from Rock River Semi- 
nary. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. 1884, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. For 
four years assistant postmaster at Mt. Morjis, 111. ; now merchant there. 

Married Susie McMosh, 30 Nov. 1887. 

Children — Wentworth, Max, Bessie, Ruth, and Sam. 

Residence, Mt. Morris, 111. 



399. AMOS RUFUS SOLENBERGER. 

Born 1853, at Canton, Ohio. Prepared in Rock River Seminary 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi. 
1886, Ph.M. 1885, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Studied 
at Universities of Berlin, Paris, and Vienna. Physician at Itasca, 111., 1885- 
95; in Berhn, Germany, 1895-96; in Chicago, 1897-99; in Colorado Springs, 

Colo., 1899 . Member of American Medical Association and Chicago 

Academy of Medicine. 

Married Priscilla Hoffman Stauffer, 8 April 1885, at Denver, Colo. 

Residence, 106 St. Vrain Court, Colorado Springs, Colo. 



400. MERRITT EUGENE TAYLOR. 

Bom 24 June 1857, at Light House, 111. Prepared at Rock River Semi- 
nary, Mt. Morris, 111. B.S. 1884, M.S. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. In- 
structor in Northwestern University Academy, 1884-86. Student at Berlin, 
1886-87; at Zurich, 1887-88; at Johns Hopkins University, 1888-89; electrical 
engineering in Illinois, 1889-92; Instructor in Leland Stanford University, 
1892-1900; rancher and irrigation engineer, Ceres, Cal., 1900 . 

Married (1) Ellen Gammon, 30 July 1892, at Los Angeles, Cal.; she died 
at Redlands, Cal., 11 Dec. 1892. (2) Hattie Hatch, 20 June 1895, at Oregon, 
111. 

Child — Dorothy, born in 1901. 

Residence, Ceres, Cal. 



401. NELSON PARLEY WEBSTER. 

Born 30 Jan. 1862, at Kingston, 111. Prepared at Evanston (HI.) High 
School. Ph.B. 1890, LL.B., Columbian University Law School, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Topeka, Kan., 1884-86 ; New York, N. Y., 1886-88 ; government 
civil service, Washington, D. C, 1888 . 

Residence, Executive Mansion, Washington, D. C. 



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1883] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 165 

402. *WILLIAM EDWARD WILKINSON. 

Born 28 March 1857, at Lisbon Center, 111. Prepared at Jennings Semi- 
nary, Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Deering 
prize. Phi Kappa Psi. 1886, A.M. 1886, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Instructor in Northwestern University Academy, 1883-84. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; pastor at South Ottawa, 111., 1885; at Worth, 1886; at 
Utica, 1887-88; at Warren, 1888-93; Hemenway Church, Evanston, 1893-97; 
La Grange, 111., 1897-98; at Ogden, Utah, 1898-99. 

Married Mary B. Swail (No. 439), 21 Sept. 1886, at Belvidere, 111. 

CMdren— Wendell P., born 23 July 1887; died 13 Nov. 1887. 
Ruth Louise, born 30 Oct. 1888; died 25 Oct. 1896. 
Warren Edward, born 3 Jan. 1891 ; died 21 Nov. 1894. 

Died 21 Sept. 1901, at University Park, Colo. 



CLASS OF 1884. 

403. ZELLA FRANCES ADAMS. 

Born 1 April 1863, at Marengo, 111. Entered from Evanston High School. 
B.L. 1887, M.L. Ossoli. Special honors in English Literature. Teacher, 
Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1884-86; high school, Bismarck, N. D., 1886- 
87; Maywood, 111., 1887-89; Decatur, 111., 1889-90; grammar school, Chicago, 
111., 1891-93. Student of Library Science, 1895-96; library organizer since 
1897. Member of Chicago Library Club and the American Library Associa- 
tion. Has published a series of articles on "Practical Hints on Organizing," 
in Public Libraries. 

Residence, 624 Church St., Evanston, 111. 



404. WILBUR FISK ATCHISON. 

Born 9 April 1858, at Savanna, 111. Prepared at Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. A.B. 1887, A.M. Delta Upsilon. Editor-in-chief, North- 
western. Adelphic and Deering prizes. 1888, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. 
Eyman, Methodist Episcopal ; Rock River Conference, 
'arried Rena A. Michaels, formerly Dean of Women, Northwestern Uni- 
ty, 7 June 1893, at Albion, Mich. 
,esidence, 400 North Ottawa St., Joliet, 111. 
c 



405. LEON EDWIN BELL. 



iorn 20 Oct. 1857, at Weedsport, N. Y. Prepared at Olivet College, 
Mich. A.B. 1887, A.M. 1895, S.T.B., Boston University. Studied also 
at School of Oratory in the same institution. Delta L^psilon. Clergyman, 
^^^ Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Orangeville, 111., after graduation. Member 
V^M of New England Conference. Preaching at Youngstown, N. Y., in 1890. 
^^H Residence, Lowell, Mass. 



166 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSTfY [1884 

406. *MARY ANN BENNETT. 

Born 3 Aug. 1861, at Covington, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B, Delta Gamma. Chess gold medal. 
Died 26 May 1887, at San Antonio, Texas. 



407. FLORENCE MAUD CALL (COWLES). 

Bom at Algona, la. Student from Algona College. B.L. 
Married Gardner Cowles ('82, Iowa Weslevan), in 1884. 
Children— HuhEN, 1886. *^ 

Russell, 1887. 
Residence, Algona, la. 

408. LEILA MOSS CRANDON (NOBLE). 

Born 4 Nov. 1862, at Batavia, 111. Prepared at Batavia High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 1887, M.L. Delta Gamma; Phi 
Beta Kappa. Taught in Lewis College, Glasgow, Mo., 1886; Minneapolis, 
Minn., High School, 1887-88; Northwestern University Academy, 1888-97. 
Traveled and studied in Europe, 1891. Member of Board of Managers, 
Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior, 1897. 

Married Rev. Frederick A. Noble, 1 July 1897, at Evanston, III. 

Residence, 532 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

409. WILLIAM HENRY CRAWFORD. 

Bom 6 Oct. 1855, at Wilton Center, 111. Prepared atJoliet High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1888, A.M. 1884, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. 1893, D.D. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Adelphic prize; forensic prize; Deering and Kirk prizes. Business 
manager of Pandora, the first college annual; president College Y. M. C. A., 
1884. 1902, LL.D., from Dickinson College, Pa. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal; Rock River Conference; pastor at Ravenswood, 1884-86; Fulton 
Street Church, Chicago, 1886-89. Professor of Church History in the Gam- 
mon Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Ga., 1889-93. President of Allegheny 

College, Pa., 1893 . Lecturer on historical subjects. Member of Methodist 

General Conference, held in Chicago, 1900; delegate to Triennial Conference 
in London, 1901 ; one of the electors of the Hall of Fame. 

Married Jennie M. Foote (ex-'85), at Batavia, 111., 24 July 1884. 

Children — John Raymond, born 4 July 1886. 
Lucy Pearl, born 3 May 1892. 

Residence, Meadville, Pa. 

410. ALBERT DEAN CURRIER. 

Born 29 July 1861, at Osceola, 111. Prepared at Neponset High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Stu- 



1884] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 167 

died two years in Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; also in Law School of 
Boston University. Lawyer in Chicago. 

Residence, 936 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. Office, 103 Adams St., 
Chicago. 

411. *MARY ANN HILL (SHEETS). 

Born 11 March 1861, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. B.L. Delta Gamma; OssoU. Class historian; Ossoli 
prize essay. 

Married Rev. Frederick H. Sheets (No. 379), 25 Dec. 1884, at Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Died 14 Dec. 1900, at Chicago, 111. 

412. CHARLES HORSWELL. 
Brother of No. 285. 

Born 27 Nov. 1857, at Kingston, Ontario. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. 1887, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. 1890, Ph.D., Yale University. 1901, D.D., Northwestern University. 
Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. President of senior class; Gage prize; 
Deering prize. Editor Northwestern, Oct.-Dec. 1883. Instructor in Greek, 
Garrett Biblical Institute, 1884-87; Instructor in Greek and Hebrew, same 
institution, 1887-92; Assistant Professor of Hebrew, same, 1891; Professor of 
Hebrew, Northwestern University, 1892; Professor of Hebrew Language and 
Literature, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1894-1902. 

Married Helen Miranda Redfield (No. 418) of Evanston, 111., 3 Sept. 1887. 

Children — Laurence Alden, born 5 July 1892. 
Helen Carol, bom 9 Nov. 1895. 
Richard Redfield, born 8 June 1899. 

Residence, 802 Second Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1413. ADELLA GOODRICH MALTBIE (DICKMAN). 
Born 11 Oct. 1860, at Squaw Grove, 111. B.L. 1887, M.L. Alpha Phi; 
OssoU. Taught in Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa, 1884-89. 
Married Professor John W. Dickman, 20 Aug. 1889, at Hinckley, 111. 
Children — John Mild, born 5 Nov. 1898. 
Paul ; died. 
Residence, 85 West 118th St., New York, N. Y. 



414. GEORGE PECK MERRICK. 



Born 4 Oct. 1862, at Manteno, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Gage prize; Deering prize. Presi- 
dent Alumni Association, 1894-95. Lawyer in Chicago. Alderman of 
Evanston, 1892-94. Civil service commissioner, 1894-95. Member of 
Chicago Bar Association, IlHnois Bar Association, American Bar Association. 
Assistant secretary of Board of Trustees, Northwestern University, 1898-1901, 
Trustee of Northwestern University, 1902 . 






168 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1884 

Married Grace Thompson ('80, Music School), 21 Jan. 1885, at Galesburg, 
111. 

Children — George Clinton, born 18 Jan. 1886. 
Grace Willits, born 1 Oct. 1896. , 
Thompson, born 29 March 1900. 
Residence, 1322 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 100 Washington St., 
Chicago. 

415. EDMUND BOOTH PATTERSON. 

Bom 1 March 1862, at Batley, England. •Prepared in Constantine (Mich.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. 
1892, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. 1899, D.D., Northwestern University. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Stevensville, Vandalia, New 
Buffalo, Benton Harbor, Manistee, and Lansing, Mich. ; also in Erie and Bal- 
timore Conferences. Professor of Greek in Benton Harbor College, 1890- 
92. Pastor Madison Avenue Church, Baltimore, Md., 1899. 

Residence, 1325 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

416. CHARLES GRIFFIN PLUMMER. 

Bom 1 Jan. 1859, Chicago, 111. Prepared at Paw Paw, 111. B.L. 1886, 
M.D., Chicago Medical College, Northwestern University. Hinman. Delta 
Upsilon. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Railway surgeon, Wallace, Idaho, 
1888-90. Post-graduate work in New York City, 1890-91. Practicing medi- 
cine in Salt Lake City since 1891. Lay delegate from Utah to Ecumenical 
Missionary Conference in New York, 1900. Fellow of American Academy of 
Medicine. Vice-president American Medical Association, 1889-1901. Mem- 
ber of Utah State Medical Society. Treasurer of Rocky Mountain Interstate 
Medical Society. Has pubHshed "The Surgical Treatment of Tubercular 
Disease" and "The Radical Treatment of Club-foot." 

Married Anna L. Colburn, 30 April 1890, at Lewisburg, Pa. 

Residence, 535 East 1st South St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

417. CHARLES SALISBURY RADDIN. 

Born 29 Jan. 1863, in Linn, Mass. Prepared at Chauncey Hall, Boston, 
Mass., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1890, M.S. Hinman. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. Mann declamation prize, 1882. Deering prize, 1884. 
Editor-in-chief of the first college annual, called Pandora. Manufacturer 
of interior woodwork, Chicago, 111. Vice-president and trustee, Chicago 
Academy of Sciences; secretary. Natural History Survey of Chicago. Pub- 
lished "Flora of Evanston and Vicinity," 1883; "Determination of Wood 
Species by Cell Marking," 1886; joint author of "Flora of Cook County, Illinois, 
and a Part of Lake County, Indiana," 1890. Co-editor of publications of 
Chicago Academy of Sciences. 

Married Belle E. Ailing (No. 491), 28 June 1892, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Louise, born 4 Jan. 1898. 

Residence, 2032 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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418. HELEN MIRANDA REDFIELD (HORSWELL). 

Born 9 Dec. 1861, at Beaver Dam, Wis. Prepared in Evanston High 
iSchool. Ph.B. 1887, Ph.M. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Taught in 
high school at Beloit, Wis., 1884-87. 

Married Charles Horswell (No. 412), 3 Sept. 1887, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 802 Second Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn. 

419. WILLIAM DURHAM SARGENT. 

Born 16 June 1863, at Lynn, Mass. Prepared in high schools of Des 
Moines, la., and Evanston, 111. A.B. 1890, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Studied mechanical engineering at Boston, Mass.; mining in Montana; in 
machinery department, Pullman, 111., and in iron foundry in New York, 1886- 
87. President Sargent Company, Chicago, 111., until 1 Jan. 1902; since then 
president American Brake Shoe and Foundry Co., New York City. 

Residence, 2345 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

420. FRANCES SIMPSON. 

Born 18 May 1863, at Burtonsville, N. Y. Prepared at Packer Collegiate 
Institute, Fulton, N. Y. B.L. 1888, M.L. OssoH. Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Student in Berhn, Germany, 1889-90. Graduate student 
in Gothic and Anglo-Saxon, Northwestern University, 1893-94; University of 
Illinois, 1898-99. Taught in the high school at Troy, N. Y., 1885-87; at 
Decatur, 111., 1887-89 and 1890-91; at Rockford, 111., 1891-93; and at Pontiac, 
111., 1894-98. Librarian, Chicago Institute, 1899-1901; Instructor, Library 
School of University of Illinois. Compiled catalogue of Evanston authors, 
pamphlet, 32 pages, published 1900, by City Library of Evanston, lU. 

Residence, care Universitj^ of Illinois, Champaign, 111. 



CLASS OF 1885. 

421. *OWEN WHEATON BATTEY, JR. 

"Born 21 May 1861. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. 
fA.B. Delta Upsilon. Admitted to bar of the State of Colorado in 1889. 
PoUce magistrate for ninety days prior to his death. 
Died 3 Oct. 1889, at Colorado Springs, Colo. 

422. DAVID HESTER BLOOM. 

Born 29 Oct. 1859, at Tiskilwa, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
[Academy. A.B. 1887, LL.B., Northwestern University. Hinman. Beta 
'heta Pi; Phi Delta Phi. Second prize in debate; Deering prize. Lawyer. 

Chicago, 1887-88; Cherokee, la., 1888-93; Chattanooga, Tenn., 1893 . 

[ayor of Cherokee, la., 1892-93. Member of Chattanooga Bar and Law 
ibrary Association since 1897. Professor Law of Real Property, Law Dept. 
)f Grant University, 1901 . 




170 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1885 

Married Ellen M. Sawyer (No. 435), 9 Jan. 1889, at Streator, 111. 
Child — Margaret, born 31 March 1893. 
Residence, 110 Wiehl Block, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

423. SAMUEL LAMBERT BODDY. 

Born 27 June 1859, at Newberg, Ont. Prepared in the high school of 

Cherokee, la., and in Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta 

Pi. Hinman. Manager of second college annual, then first called the 

Syllalms. Lawyer, Cherokee, la., 1885-92; Chattanooga, Tenn., since 1892. 

Married NelUe Wells (ex-'85), 14 March 4888. 

Children — Mildred, born 13 Sept. 1889. 

Donald W., born 26 May 1893. 
Kathyrine Helen, born 16 May 1897. 
Residence, 110 Wiehl Block, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

424. WILLIAM CATHER CHASE. 

Bom 18 May 1861, at Lebanon, 111. Prepared in Chaddock College, 
Quincy, 111. A.B. Deering prize. Canvasser for books, 1885-87. Carpen- 
ter, 1887 . 

Residence, Baker City, Ore. 

426. FRANK COOK. 

Born 3 March 1860, at Chicago, 111. Prepared at Cook County Normal 
School (111.) and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1888, A.M. 
Delta Upsilon. Editor-in-chief of the second college annual, then first 
called the Syllables. Taught school three years, then went into business. 
President of Board of Education, Geneseo, 111. Captain of Company B, 
Sixth Regiment, Illinois National Guard, for four years. 

Married Mary Ellen Worrall, 17 June 1890, at Geneseo, 111. 

Child—EDiTH, born 30 July 1894. 

Residence, Geneseo, 111. 

426. WILLIAM DYER FULLERTON. 

Born 18 Aug. 1865, in Freedom Tp., LaSalle Co., 111. Prepared at Ritten- 
house Academy, Washington, D. C. A.B. 1888, A.M. Beta Theta Pi; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 1889, LL.B., Columbia University Law School. Phi 
Delta Phi. Business manager the Northwestern, 1884; editor of same, Jan.- 
May 1885. Teacher, Franklin School, Cincinnati, O., 1885-87; Woodbridge 
School, New York, 1887-88; Master in Berkley School, New York, 1888-89. 

Lawyer, Chicago, 1890-94; Ottawa, 111., 1894 . Member of Illinois State 

Bar Association. 

Address, 609 La Salle St., Ottawa, 111. 

427. MARY HENRY (ROSSITER). 

Bom 9 June 1863, at East Homer, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. 1881-85, A.B. 1888, A.M. Alpha Phi. OssoH. 



11885] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 171 

Chess medal, 1884. Marcy Botany prize, 1884; Deering prize. Teacher, 
editor, journaUst, author. Resided in Central City, Neb., 1885-86; 
Evanston, III, 1886-91; Paris, France, 1891-92; Evanston, 111., 1892-94; 
Fayette, la., 1894-96; Cazenovia, N. Y., 1896-97; Battle Creek, Mich., 1897- 
1902; Evanston, 111., 1902 . Has published "My Mother's Life: The Evo- 
lution of a Recluse," Chicago, 1900. Assistant editor of the magazine Good 
Health. With her husband is author of "The Story of a Living Temple," 
1902. 

Married Dr. Frederick M. Rossiter, 29 Dec. 1897, at Battle Creek, Mich. 
Children — Henry McNair, born 25 June 1899. 

Margaret, born 16 May 1901. 
Residence, 614 Church St., Evanston, 111. 

428. EDWARD DUNN HUXFORD. 

Born 27 July 1863, at Albion, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. In the banking 
business in Chicago, 111., and Cherokee, la. Elected president of Iowa Bank- 
ers' Association, 14 June 1900. 

Married Eva R. Biddle, 10 Sept. 1891, at Cherokee, la. 

C/uTri— Helen C, born 14 Sept. 1892. 

Residence, Cherokee, la. 

429. WILLIAM RUSSELL LIGHT. 

Born 3 April 1861, at Beaver, Minn. Prepared in Iowa Wesley an Uni- 
• versity. A.B. 1888, A.M. Editor Northwestern. Instructor in Ancient 
Languages, Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female College, Montpelier, 
Vt., 1885-86; principal of Preparatory Department of Iowa Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Mt. Pleasant, la., 1886-87. Agent, St. L. & S. F. R. R., Davidson, 
Kan., 1887-89. Took up homestead at El Reno, O. T., 1889. Professor of 
Natural Sciences, Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, Kan., 1890-91. In 
business at Enid, Okla., 1892-99. Cashier and operator, C. O. & G. R. R., 
Geary, Okla., 1899-1902. Investigator, F. C. A. Department, C. O. &. G. 

IR. R., Little Rock, Ark., 1902 . 
Married Mary Ellen Dorsey, 4 Oct. 1897, at El Reno, Okla. 
Children— Emi> Beatrice, born 17 July 1898; died 7 Dec. 1902. 
Ethel Marguerite, born 11 Dec. 1900. 
Address, Little Rock, Ark., care Freight Claim Department, C. O. & G. 
R. R. 



430. EUGENE EDWARD McDERMOTT. 



Born 17 Sept. 1859, at Fennimore, Wis. Prepared at State Normal 
School, Platteville, Wis., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 
1888, M.S. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Read law in office one year; 
principal of high school, Lancaster, Wis., two years ; graduate work, Cumnock 
School of Oratory, two years; Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, University of 

^m Minnesota. 

^H Married Marie Antoinette Bock, 20 April 1891, at Lancaster, Wis. 



172 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1885 

431. RUSH McNAIR. 

Bom 1 July 1860, at Elburn, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. ^887, M.D., Chicago Medical 

College. Physician and surgeon, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1887 . U. S. Pension 

examining surgeon, 1888-92, and 1899 . Member of the Michigan State 

Medical Society, and Kalamazoo Academy of Medicine. Division surgeon 
Chicago, Kalamazoo, and Saginaw Ry., and Michigan Central Ry. 

Married Mary Ellen Everard, 15 May 1889, at Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Children — Burnet Osborne, born 9 March 1890; died 13 March 1891. 
Ruth, born 19 March 1891. * 

Residence, 326 South Burdick St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 



432. GERHARDT CORNELL MARS. 

Born 21 Feb. 1860, in Thompson Town, 111. Prepared at Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1888, A.M. 1887, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Insti- 
tute. 1895, Ph.D., Boston University. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Botany prize ; Deering prize ; Kirk prize. Pastor Woodlawn Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, 1886-88; Professor of English Language and Literature, Uni- 
versity of South Dakota, 1888-91. Graduate study at Harvard and Boston 
Universities, 1891-92. Pastor Union Church, Kenil worth, 111., 1893-95. 
Travel and study in Europe, 1895-1900. Editorial writer on The Great Round 
World, New York City. 

Residence, 67 Horatio St., New York, N. Y. 

433. MARY ELEANOR MOORE. 

Born at Wenona, 111., 1859. Prepared in Wenona High School and North- 
western University Academy. B.L. Alpha Phi. 1890, M.L. 
Residence, 2278 Kenmore Ave., Argyle Park, Chicago, 111. 

434. GEORGE ABRAHAM MULFINGER. 

Born 31 March 1865, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. Attended German Wallace College, 1883-84; in North- 
western University for senior year. A.B. 1887, B.D., Garrett BibHcal 
Institute. 1902, Ph.D., University of Chicago. Clergyman in Chicago Con- 
ference of German Methodist Church until 1892; teacher in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 
1892-93; reader in German and student, University of Chicago, 1894-95; 

teacher in South Division High School, Chicago, 1896 . Member Modern 

Language Association since 1896. Contributor of numerous pages in Vols. I, 
III, and IV of Americana Germanica; also contributor to Haus und Herd, 1901. 

Married Ida Rohn, 16 June 1892, in Chicago. 

Children — Carl Leonard, born 8 April 1894. 

Robert Rohn, born 17 Aug. 1897; died 17 Dec. 1897. 
George Leonidas, born 25 March 1900. 

Residence, 112 South Seeley Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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435. ELLEN MARY SAWYER (BLOOM). 
Sister of Nos. 627, 920, and 982. 



IBl885] 

I^P Born 28 May 1864, at Reading, 111. Prepared in the High School of Strea- 
tor, 111. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Taught one year and one term in Streator 

High School. President Chattanooga Woman's Club, 1903 . 

Married David H. Bloom (No. 422), 9 Jan. 1889, at Streator, 111. 
Residence, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

436. KATHARINE LUCINDA SHARP. 

Born 21 May 1865, at Elgin, 111. Prepared in Elgin Academy and the 
High School of Oakland, Cal. Ph.B. 1889, Ph.M. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Bachelor of Library Science, New York State Uni- 
versity, 1892. Taught Latin, French, and German in Elgin (111.) Academy, 
1886-88; assistant librarian, Scoville Institute, Oak Park, 111., 1888-90; 
library student, Albany, New York, 1890-92. Director of Department of 
Library Science, Armour Institute of Technology, 1893-97; head hbrarian and 

director of State Library School, University of Illinois, 1897 . Member of 

American Library Association; on Co-operation Committee, 1893-94 and 
1895-96; on Council, 1895-1905; secretary of Council, 1899-1900; second vice- 
president, 1897-98; member of Illinois State Library Association, 1896 ; 

director Bureau of Information, 1896 ; member Chicago Library Club, 

1893 ; member New York State Library School Association, 1894 ; presi- 
dent of same, 1894-95; member of Bibliographical Society of Chicago, 1899 ; 

in charge of Comparative Library Exhibit prepared by New York State 
Library School for World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111., Nov. 1892- 
Oct. 1893; Director of Wisconsin Summer School of Library Science, Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., 1895 and 1896; extension lecturer on 
Library Economy, University of Chicago, 1896. Grand President of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, 1894-96. Honorary member of Wisconsin State Library 
Association, 1895 . Vice-pres. Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1901-03. 

Has published a pamphlet of 27 pages upon Local Public Libraries and 
[Their Relation to University Extension, Albany, N. Y., 1892; also several 
[articles upon Library Economy in the Library Journal and Public Libraries. 

Residence, Champaign, 111. 

437. LEONARD LAWSHE SKELTON. 

Born 18 July 1863, at Ehzabeth, 111. Prepared in Evanston Village High 
School. A.B. 1888, A.M. 1889, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Delta 
dlon. Interne, Mercy Hospital, 1889; Kankakee State Hospital, 1890 and 
1891. Physician in Chicago since 1892. Assistant Demonstrator of Anato- 
[my. Woman's Medical School of Northwestern University, 1891-96; Professor 
of Physiology and Clinical Medicine, same institution, 1896-1902; Professor 
of Physiology in Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Professor of Internal 
[Medicine and Diagnosis, Chicago Clinical School, 1901-03; Professor of Ner- 
►vous and Mental Diseases, Illinois Medical College, 1903. Member of Chicago 



174 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1885 

Medical Society and the Therapeutic Club of Chicago. Has published 
several articles in medical journals. 

Married Antoinette Juergens, 1 June 1892, at Appleton, Wis. 

Child — Leonard William, born 23 Aug. 1896. 

Residence, 42 Seeley Ave., Chicago, 111. 

438. CHARLES SUMNER SLIGHTER. 

Born 16 April 1864, at St. Paul, Minn. Prepared at Oakland High School, 
Chicago, 111. B.S. 1888, M.S. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. President of 
class in senior year. Instructor, Athenseum, Chicago, 111., 1885-86; Instruc- 
tor in Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 1886-89; Assistant Professor, 

1889-92; Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 1892 . 

Alderman, City of Madison, Wis., 1897-99; member of the State Board of 
Commissioners, Wis. State Geological Survey, 1900-03 ; member of the Amer- 
ican Mathematical Society since organization. Member of Wisconsin Acad- 
emy of Arts, Letters, and Science, since 1892; president of the same for 1899- 
1903. Hydrographer, U. S. Geological Survey, 1894-1902; consulting 
engineer, same, since 1902. 

Has published "Advanced Algebra," Madison and Evanston, 1888; "Loga- 
rithmic and Trigonometric Tables," Madison, 1891; "Manual of Four-place 
Logarithms," same place, 1891; "School Algebra," same place, 1892; "Uni- 
versity Algebra," two editions, same place, 1892; "Theoretical Investigations 
of Motions of Groundwaters," U. S. G. S., 1898; "The Motions of Ground- 
waters," same, 1902; also several mathematical articles in Science, Journal 
of Geology, and other scientific publications. 

Married Mary Louise Byrne, 23 Dec. 1890, at Madison, Wis. 

Children — Sumner Huber, born 8 Jan. 1892. 
Louis Byrne, born 19 May 1896. 
Allan McKinnon, born 18 Feb. 1898. 
Donald Charles, born 3 July 1900. 

Residence, 636 Francis St., Madison, Wis. 

439. MARY BENEDICT SWAIL (WILKINSON). 

Born 5 July 1864, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared at Belvidere High School. 
Ph.B. 1901, A.M., Denver University. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Chess 
gold medal. Deering prize, 1884. Taught Latin and History in Belvidere 
(111.) High School, 1885-86. President of Folts Mission Institute of Her- 
kimer, N. Y., 1902 . 

Married Rev. William E. Wilkinson (No. 402) 21 Sept. 1886, at Belvidere, 
111. 

Residence, Herkimer, N. Y. 

440. SIDNEY WATSON. 

Born 10 Sept. 1863, in Chicago. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.S. Sigma Chi. Lawyer, St. Paul, Minn. 

Address, 24 First National Bank Building, St. Paul, Minn. 



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441. HELEN FRANCES WEEKS (JONES). 



Born at St. Charles, Minn. Prepared in Northwestern University Acad- 
emy. Ph.B. 1888, A.B., Vassar College. Has traveled in Europe and on 
the Pacific coast. 

Married Carroll H. Jones, 26 April 1901, at Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Residence, 1422 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 

442. CHARLES ADDISON WIGHTMAN. 

Born 11 Oct. 1861, at Kenosha, Wis. Prepared in Evanston Village High 
School. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Editor Northwestern, May-June 1885. In real 
estate and loan business since graduation ; alderman, City of Evanston, 1896- 
98 ; secretary of the Evanston Savings and Loan Association. 
Married Cecelia Agnes Daley, 28 March 1894, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Catherine Sarah, born 8 March 1895. 
Margaret Mary, born 30 May 1897. 
Alice Cecelia, born 8 Oct. 1898. 
Rosemary Caroline, born 2 Jan. 1902. 
Residence, 1735 Wesley Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, Century Building. 



CLASS OF 1886. 

443. CAROLINE C. BUMANN (STEWART). 

Bom at Bunker Hill, 111., 1856. Prepared at Normal School, St. Louis, 
Mo. B.L. Chess gold medal. Phi Beta Kappa. Taught in Napa College, 
CaUfomia, 1886-87; in Manual Training Department of Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis, Mo. 

Married WilHam A. Stewart, 4 Feb. 1891, at St. Louis, Mo. 

Residence unknown. 



444. *STUART PARROTT EDMONDSON. 



I Born 10 Feb. 1858, at Sumner, 111. Prepared in McKendree College and 
orthwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. President of 
ass in junior year. Deering prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 
orthwest Indiana Conference. Pastor at Hammond, Kentland, and Dan- 
ville, Ind. 

Died 8 Jan. 1895, at Danville, Ind. 

445. *ROBERT ISAAC FLEMING. 

Born 4 May 1860, at Hannibal, Mo. Prepared in Hannibal High School, 
id Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. 1888, B.D., 
rarrett Biblical Institute. Delta Upsilon. Deering prize. Clergyman, 
[ethodist Episcopal, Rock River Conference. Pastor at Asbury Church, 



176 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1886 

Chicago; First Church, Batavia, 111. Transferred to St. Louis Conference, 
and became pastor of Lindell Avenue Church, in April 1893. Spoke for the 
Alumni at the memorial services held for President Joseph Cummings. 
Died 28 Aug. 1894, at Seattle, Wash. 

446. JOSEPH HENRY HILL. 

Bom 21 May 1858, at Stockton, Pa. Prepared at the State Normal 
School, Emporia, Kan. A.B, 1889, A.M. One year in Garrett Biblical 
Institute. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. Gage prize, 1884. Kedzie prize. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist^ pastor at Maywood, 111., 1887; 
member South Kansas Conference ; Professor of Latin, Kansas State Normal 

School, 1887 ; Vice-President, 1901 . President Kansas State Teachers' 

Association, 1902. 

Married Frances Meldrum, 2 July 1892, at Austin, Kan. 
Children — Alfred Gibson, born March 1893. 
Ormond Perley, born May 1895. 
Mary Muriel, bom Oct. 1896. 
Ruth Elizabeth, born Jan. 1903. 
Residence, 1515 Highland PL, Emporia, Kan. 

447. HENRY LEONIDAS KINDIG. 

Born 8 Oct. 1859, at Eaton, Ohio. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. B.D., 1888, Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Hinman. Sigma Chi. Deering prize, 1886. Class president, senior year. 
Member of Life-Saving Crew. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Northwest 
Indiana Conference. Pastor at Waveland, Covington, Lebanon, Valparaiso, 
Brazil, and Michigan City; at Lafayette, Ind., 1901 . 

Married Mary Avaline Hull, 23 Oct. 1888, at Danville, Ind. 

Children — Avaline Hull, born 25 June 1890. 

Geraldine Hull, born 27 Aug. 1892. 

Raymond Hull, born 27 July 1894; died 24 Dec. 1895. 

Residence, Lafayette, Ind. 

448. MINNIE EFFIE KING (MASON). 
Daughter of No. 119. 

Born 12 Dec. 1864, at Marshall, Mich. Prepared in Evanston Village 
High School. A.B. Ossoli prize; Deering prize. Taught in Orange City, 
Emporia, Hawks Park, and Lake Helen, Fla. 

Married A. Evelyn Mason. 

Residence, Ormond, Fla. 

449. MARY ADA PEART (FOSTER). 

Born 6 Dec. 1864, at Wilmington, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1889, Ph.M. Alpha Phi. Ossoli. Declamation 
prize, 1884. Taught school at Braidwood, 111., 1886-92. President of Board 
of Directors of City Library, Pontiac, 111., 1892-95; president Kindergarten 



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Board, 1899-1901 ; president Normal District, Woman's Foreign Missionary- 
Society, 1899-1901. 

Married Henry A. Foster, 1 Sept. 1892, at Braidwood, 111. 

Child — George Peart, born 23 June 1896. 

Residence, 409 W. South St., Pontiac, 111. 

450. LYMAN ORMOND PERLEY. 

Born 28 Feb. 1866, at Emporia, Kan. Prepared at Emporia High School. 
B.S. 1890, LL.B., magna cum laude, Yale University. Phi Kappa Psi. 
Phi Delta Phi. Lawyer, Omaha, Neb., 1890-96; Kansas City, Mo., 1896-98; 
Omaha, 1898 . 

Married Nora R. Gibson, 10 Dec. 1895. 

Children — Edward Gibson, born 11 Oct. 1896. 
Constance, born 12 March 1902. 

Residence, 1728 S. 32d Ave., Omaha, Neb. 

451. ANNA OLIVIA PETERSON. 

Born 27 March 1866, at Galva, 111. Prepared at Galva High School. 

B.L. Teacher, Galva public school, 1887 . 

Residence, Galva, 111. 

452. CHESTER ALLEN PLACE. 

Born 7 Nov. 1862, at Earlville, 111. Prepared at Jennings Seminary, and 
Aurora (111.) Normal School. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical 
Institute. Adelphic. Graduate student in Philosophy, 1892-94. Cler- 
gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Meade Center, and Scott City, Kan., 
1886-88; at Worth, Crete, and Plattville, 111., 1888-91; at Blue Island, 111., 
1891-94; President of Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, Kan., 1895-99. 

Member of Kansas State Historical Association, 1896 , and of American 

Social Science Association, 1899 . 

Married Estella May Beedle, at Wilton Center, 111., 8 Sept. 1885. 
Children— Edi^ A Louise, born 20 Jan. 1887; died 25 June 1887. 
June Estelle, born 30 June 1888. 
Lester Beedle, born 25 Aug. 1890; died 20 Nov. 1890. 
Chester Arthur, born 25 Feb. 1892. 
Residence, Beaumont, Texas. 

453. EDWIN ALLISON SCHELL. 

Born 25 Nov. 1859, at Deer Creek, Ind. Prepared at La Porte (Ind.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. 
1889, B.D., Garrett BibHcal Institute. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Sophomore declamation prize; Adelphic oratorical prize; Deering 
essay prize; Kirk prize. 1890, Ph.D., Illinois Wesleyan University. 1893, 
D.D., Hedding College. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at South 
Bend. Ind., 1886-90; at Yonkers. N. Y., 1890-93: at Berwvn, 111., 1893. 



178 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1886 

General Secretary of Epworth League, 1892-99. Member of American 

Society of Church History, 1892-97; American Historical Society, 1896 . 

Author of "The New Generation," 1893; "Concerning Collection," 1895; 
"Epworth League Bible Studies," 1894-1900; '"Epworth League Hand 
Book," 1894-1900; 'The Training of the Twelve," 1900. Contributor to 
Methodist periodicals. 

Married Emma Louise Wright, at Red Wing, Minn., 14 July 1886. 
Children — liOuiSE Elizabeth, born 5 Feb. 1888. 
Helen Henrietta, born 20 Feb. 1890. 
Katharine Zeller, born 14 Oec. 1897. 
Edwin Wright, born 14 Nov. 1900. 
Residence, 607 Wabash Ave., Crawfordsville, Ind. 



454. CLINTON SAMUEL TOMLINSON. 

Born 11 Feb. 1860. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. 
Ph.B. BetaThetaPi; Phi Beta Kappa Editor Boone (Iowa) Republican, 
and later of the Springfield (Mo.) Daily Republican, and of the Chicago Dry 

Goods Reporter, 1893 . Treasurer of Dry Goods Reporter Co.; secretary 

of the National Association of Merchants and Travelers, 1896 . 

Married Anne Eversole, at Springfield, Mo., 22 April 1891. 

Residecce, 3802 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 233 Fifth Ave. 



465. MAY EVA VAN BENSCHOTEN (WOODWARD). 
Sister op No. 636. 

Born 25 Dec. 1865, at Brooklyn, N. Y. Prepared at Evanston (111.) 
High School. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Librarian in Evanston PnbUc 
Library, 1890-94. 

Married Norton Le Droit Woodward, at Evanston, 10 Oct. 1894. 

Child— E. Eunice, bom 30 Nov. 1896. 

Residence, 491 Webster Ave., Chicago, 111. 



CLASS OF 1887. 

456. KATE MARIAH ALLING (THOMAS). 
Sister of No. 491. 

Born 29 Sept. 1863, at Fremont, Neb. Prepared at Chicago High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Ossoli. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. Deering prize. Divided sophomore declamation prize. 
Principal of high school at Lewiston, 111., 1887-89; of Ft. Collins (Colo.) 
High School, 1889-91; of Menominee (Mich.) High School, 1891-92; of Kala- 
mazoo (Mich.) Female Seminary, 1892-93. Treasurer of the town of Eaton, 
Colo., 1895-97; president Woman's Club of Eaton, Colo., 1897-99; secretary 
W. C. T. U., Eaton, Colo., 1894-98; president Missionary Society, 1899-1900; 
treasurer Woman's Home Missionary Union of Colorado, 1899-1900. 



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Married Frank Newton Thomas, Evanston, 111., 1893. 
Children — Lotta Jennie, born 28 Dec. 1897. 

Frank Newton, Jr., born 6 March 1899. 
Residence. Eaton, Colo. 



467. LODILLA AMBROSE. 
Sister of No. 564. 



Born 17 June 1865, at Ann Arbor, Mich. Prepared in Evanston (111.) 
High School. Ph.B. Ossoli. 1890, Ph.M. Phi Beta Kappa. Assistant 

Librarian, Northwestern University, 1888 . Member of American Library 

Association, 1891 ; charter member Chicago Library Club, 1892; same of 

lUinois State Library .Association, 1896; same of Bibliographical Society of 
Chicago. 1899; member of Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Author of "Our Libraries," in Frances E. Willard's "A Classic Town." 
Contributor of articles on " College Libraries," " German Library Exhibit at 
the World's Fair," "The Orrington Lunt Library," " Dr. Dziatzko on German 
Libraries," in Library Journal, Vols. XVIII, XIX, and XXI; "Library 
Co-operation," in The Dial, 1901. 

Residence, 1714 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

458. WILBER JEROME ANDREWS. 

Born 24 March 1859, at Rockford, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. Member 
of Life-Saving Crew. Lawyer and dealer in real estate, in Chicago. With 
the firm of Andrews & Piper. Chairman Board of Trustees Berwyn Presby- 
terian Church, 1885 . 

Married Ada CaroUne Redfield, at Evanston, 111., 17 Aug. 1881. 

Children — Elliot Redfield, born 9 Dec. 1884. 
Jerome Edson, born 3 April 1893. 
Kathryn liOUiSE, born 1 June 1899. 

Residence, Berwyn, 111. 



469. HUGH DOWLING ATCHISON. 

Born 15 Nov. 1864, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared at Sterling and Princeton 
(111.) High Schools. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett BibUcal Institute. Adel- 
phic. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Adelphic prize; Political Economy 
prize. Graduate student in History, 1896-1900; in Philosophy, 1900-01. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Normal Park, Chicago, 1890-93; 
of Fowler Church, Chicago, 1893-94; at Wilmette, 111., 1894-99; Grace Church, 

Portland, Ore., 1899-1900; St. Luke's Church, Dubuque, Iowa, 1900 . 

Member of Upper Iowa Conference. 

Married Julia Molitor, at Detroit, Mich., 14 June 1893. 

Children — Helen, born 20 July 1895. 

Edward William, born 31 Oct. 1897. 

Residence, 1141 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa. 



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460. CHARLES HERBERT BRAND. 

Born 16 Nov. 1864, at Milledgeville, 111. Prepared at Polo (111.) High 
School. B.L. Gage prize. Delta Upsilon. General agent Central Accident 
Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Married Franc Warner, Chicago, 15 Nov. 1892. 

Residence, 320 Oakwood Boul., Chicago, 111. Office, 414 Merchants Loan 
and Trust Bldg. 

461. FREDERICK McJlAE BYERS. 

Born 9 March 1861, at South Grove, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Teacher in Illinois, Wisconsin, and 
Nevada, 1887-94; in Chicago, 1894 . 

Residence, 6131 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

462. FRANK JAMES CAMPBELL.. 

Born 11 Aug. 1862, at Winona, Minn. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. 1890, 
M.D., Chicago Medical College. Health officer, city of Fargo, N. Dak., 1892- 
98; superintendent of Board of Health of Cass Co., N. Dak., 1890-1900. 
Secretary U. S. Board of Pension Examiners since 1897. Member State 
Board of Medical Examiners. Physician and surgeon, Fargo, N. Dak. 

Residence, Fargo, N. Dak. 

463. HENRIETTA MARIA COONE. 

Born at Victoria, Knox Co., Illinois. Prepared in Elmwood (111.) High 
School. Syracuse University, 1882-83. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Ossoli. Alpha 
Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in Jacksonville (111.) High School, 1887- 
88; in Central High School, Minneapolis, Minn., 1888-92; in Jefferson High 
School, Chicago, 1893-94; in Hyde Park High School, Chicago, since 1894. 

Residence, 440 E. 57th St., Chicago, 111. 

464. JOSIE BENTLEY CRANDON (NASH). 

Born 14 Dec. 1864, at Columbia Falls, Me. Prepared in Cherryfield (Me.) 
High School. Ph.B. Ossoli. Delta Gamma. Norton declamation prize. 
Teacher in MinneapoUs (Minn.) public schools, 1887-88. 

Married James Walker Moore Nash, at Columbia Falls, Me., 10 Oct. 1888. 
Children — Caroline Moore, born 10 Feb. 1890. 
Mary Curtis, born 22 April 1892. 
John Crandon, born 26 July 1897. 
Residence, Cherryfield, Me. 

466. MARY E. DAVID. 

Born 19 April 1866, at Channahon, 111. Prepared in Northern Illinois 
College, Fulton, 111. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. 
Residence, 215 Richmond St., Joliet, 111. 



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466. SMITH CORNELL DAVIS. 

Born 1 Feb, 1854, at South Dumfries, Ontario. Prepared in Ypsilanti 
(Mich.) Normal School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
1890, A.M. 1888, B.D., Garrett BibHcal Institute. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal; Congregational since 1893. Pastor at Montague, Mich., 1888-89; 
Constantine, Mich., 1889-90; Dowagiac, Mich., 1890-92; Portland, Mich., 
1892-93. Graduate student in the Congregational Seminary, Chicago, 
1893-95. Pastor at Wayne, 111., 1895-98; Mt. Clare, Chicago, 1898-1901; 
Brimfield, 111., 1901 . 

Married Meta C. Perry, at Geneseo, 111., 25 Oct. 1888. 

Children — Herbert Perry, born 21 Aug. 1889. 

Irene, born 15 Jan. 1900; died 20 March 1900. 

Residence, Brimfield, 111. 



467. DAVID HAMILTON GLOSS. 
Brother of Nos. 468, 657 and 957. 

Born in 1863. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Deering prize. Journalist. At various times associated with the Louisville, 
Ky., Courier, and the St. Louis, Mo., Republic. 

Residence unknown. 



468. JANET CLIVE GLOSS (PAGE). 
Sister of Nos. 467, 657 and 957. 

Born 5 Oct. 1864, at Frankfort, 111. Prepared in East Rockford High 
School. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. OssoU. Botany prize. Graduate work in 
University of Chicago, Correspondence Department. Instructor in Latin 
and History in Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111., 1887-90; Instructor in Modern 
Language in the Manual Training School of Washington University, St. Louis, 
Mo., 1890-99. Member of Modern Language Association. 

Married Edward Carlton Page (No. 517), 19 July 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, DeKalb, 111. 



469. TRUMAN R. GREENE. 

Born 28 Jan. 1859, at Naples, Me. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Attended Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1888. Adelphic prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preach- 
ing in Iowa and Illinois. Pastor at West Pullman, 1901 . 

Married Eva L. Robinson, 6 July 1886, at Aurora, 111. 
Children — Pearl Stuart. 

Earl Raymond; died 4 Nov. 1893. 
Fern Emily. 
Mildred Eva. 
Helen; died 22 June 1902. 
Residence, 12001 Butler St., Chicago, 111. 



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470. GUY W. GREENMAN. 
Brother of Nos. 304 and 387. 

Born 18 May 1864, at Marion, Ind. Prepared fn Goshen High School, and 
in Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Member of Life-Saving Crew. 
Book-keeper and credit manager for Wilson Brothers, Chicago, until 1895; 
since, fruit rancher at La Mesa, Cal. 

Married (1) Louise Jaycox, of Evanston, 1890; she died 1891. (2) Louise 
Culver, of Evanston, 3 May 1894. 

Children— B.AROLJ) Guy, born 12 Nov. 1865. 
Emily Louise, born 13 Oct. 1898. 
John Almon, born 3 Dec. 1901. 

Residence, La Mesa, San Diego Co., Cal. 

471. WINFIELD SCOTT HALL. 

Bom 5 Jan. 1861, at Batavia, 111. Prepared at Hastings, Neb. B.S. 
1889, M.S. Phi Kappa Psi. Phi Beta Kappa. Botany prize. 1888, M.D., 
Northwestern University Medical School. 1894, M.D., Leipzig. 1895, A.M. 
and Ph.D., ibid. Interne at Mercy Hospital, 1888-89. Professor of B'ology 
in Haverford College, P^., 1889-93. Study in Leipzig, 1893-95. Davis 
Professor of Physiology in Medical School of Northwestern Universitj^, 
1895 . Junior Dean of the Medical Faculty. Member of National Edu- 
cation Association. Fellow of the American Academy of Medicine. Member 
of Chicago Academy of Sciences, American Physiological Society, and 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Secretary of Asso- 
ciation of American Medical Colleges, 1902 . President of American 

Medical Temperance Association, 1902 . 

Author of "Laboratory Guide in Physiology," 1897; ''Text-book of 
Physiology," 1899; "Physiology and Hygiene," 1900. Translator of 
"Anatomy of the Central Nervous System of Man and of Vertebrates in 
General," 1898. Contributor to Journal of the Anthropological Institute of 
Great Britain and Ireland, Archives filr Physiologic, Leipzig, Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, Bulletin of the Northwestern University Medical School, 
Journal of American Medical Association, and various other educational and 
scientific periodicals. 

Married Jeannette Winter, 11 Oct. 1888, at Juniata, Neb. 

Children— ETKiih, born 23 Oct. 1893. 

Albert Winter, born 8 Jan. 1895. 
Raymond Ludwig, born 20 Feb. 1897. 
Muriel, born 11 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, Berwyn, 111. 

472. IDA MARY HARVEY (DAVIS). 
Sister of No. 711. 

Born at Waukegan, 111. Prepared in Chicago High School and North- 
western University Academy. A.B, 1890, A.M. Ossoli. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Ossoli prize; Chess gold medal. Teacher in Chicago, 1887-89; in Cameron 



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Institute, Mo., 1889-90; in New Orleans University, 1890-91; Lake View and 
John Marshall High Schools, Chicago, 1891 . 

Married Otis B. Davis, 30 June 1898, in Chicago. 

Residence, 1023 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 111. 



473. ELIZABETH AUSTIN HILL (LEEK). 

Born 17 May 1861, at Gerico, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Deering prize. Teacher in 1888. 

Married Rev. William Preston Leek, 23 Nov. 1887, at Janesville, Wis. 
Children — Raymond, bom 5 May 1889. 

Mary Louise, born 8 Feb. 1900. 
Residence, Green Bay, Wis. 



474. HELEN MINERVA HOLDEN. 
Sister of No. 583. 

Born 16 Sept. 1863, at Baraboo, Wis. Prepared at Baraboo High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 1890, M.L. Parkhurst 
scholarship, 1883-85. Ossoli. Teacher at Baraboo, Wis., 1887-95; Mil- 
waukee, Wis., 1895 . 

Residence, 801 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

476. GILES HUBBARD. 

Born 29 July 1857, at Mt. Clemens, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Sigma Chi. Lawyer and real 
estate dealer in Berwyn, 111. 

Married . 

Residence, 3118 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

476. PHILIPPA MATILDA HUTCHISON. 

Born 5 July 1865, at Mineral Point, Wis. Prepared in the Mineral Point 
High School. B.S. 1890, M.S. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Assistant 
principal in Necedah (Wis.) High School, 1888-90; in Mineral Point High 

School, 1890-91. Bank and abstract clerk at Mineral Point, 1893 . 

Director in Woman's Reading Club and Public Library in Mineral Point. 

Residence, Mineral Point, Wis. 



477. GEORGE IRWIN LARASH. 

Bom 15 May 1857, at Pekin, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Delta Upsilon. Norton declamation prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 
in the following charges of Rock River Conference : Douglas Park, Chicago, 
1887-88; Fernwood, Chicago, 1888-89; Van Brocklin, 111., 1889-92; MiUedge- 
ville, 111., 1892-93; Warren, 111., 1893-95; River Forest, lU., 1895-96; Els- 



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mere, Chicago, 1896-98; Desplaines, 111., 1898-99; Erie, 111., 1899-1900; 
Steward, 111., 1900-02 ; Fulton, 111., 1902 . 

Married Lora Almira Sorter (Oberlin University, '86), 24 July 1890, at 
Oberlin, Ohio. ^ 

Residence, Fulton, 111. 

478. CHARLES GEORGE LEWIS. 
Brother of No. 139. 

Born in 1865. Prepared in Chicago High School. A.B. 1890, A.M. 
Beta Theta Pi. Studied law in Chicago, 18i8. In the bond and mortgage 
business, Chicago. 

Residence, 1456 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

479. WILLIAM ETRIDGE McLENNAN. 

Born 7 July 1861, at Margarie, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Prepared in 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Phi Kappa Psi. 
Member of Life-Saving Crew. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at 
Union Mills and New Carlisle, Ind., 1887-89; missionary to City of Mexico, 
1889-91; pastor South Bend, Ind., 1891-94; Berwyn, 111., 1894-99; Chicago, 
1899-1901 ; Emmanuel Church, Evanston, 1901 . 

Author of "Improved Class Book," 1888; "In His Footsteps," 1896; 
" Souvenir of Bishop Merrill," 1897 (in collaboration with Rev. C. M. Stuart) ; 
" Epworth League Bible vStudies," and numerous pamphlets. Contributor 
to Methodist periodicals. 

Married Lila F. Keely, 12 Oct. 1887, at Nora, 111. 

Children — Florence, born 20 July 1888. 

Charles Morris, bom 31 Jan. 1890. 
Donald, bom 9 May 1895. 
Dorothy, bom 2 Aug. 1896. 

Residence, 1629 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

480. FRANK GIBSON MIDDLEKAUFF. 

Entered college from Forreston, 111. B.S. Delta Upsilon. Attended 
Chicago College of Law. With Deering Harvester Co., Chicago, until 1895. 
Married Charlotte Armstrong, of Plymouth, Ind., 1892. 
Child — Margaret L. 
Residence, 5327 Maple Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

481. *WILLIAM CHAMBERLIN RAYMOND. 

Born 21 July 1866, at Gloucester, Mass. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. 1894, M.D., Northwestern University Medical 
School. With Parkhurst & Wilkinson, iron merchants, Chicago, 1888-89; 
with Thomson-Houston Electric Co., 1890-91; on medical staff of Mercy 
Hospital, 1894-98; physician in England, 1898-1901. 

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482. EDWIN LLEWELLYN SHUMAN. 
Brother of Nos. 593, 629, 840, and 1385. 

Born 13 Dec. 1863, in Manor Township, Lancaster Co., Pa. Prepared in 
Cook Co. (111.) Normal School, and Englewood (111.) High School. Ph.B. 
1890, Ph.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Cook County scholarship prize; 
Gage prize; Deering prize; Kirk prize. Editor Northwestern, 1885-87. One 
of the founders of Evanston Press; also editor, 1887-90; editorial writer, 
Chicago Journal, 1891-95; literary editor and editorial writer, Chicago Tri- 
bune, 1895-1901 ; literary editor, Chicago Record-Herald, 1901 . 

Compiler of "A Decade of Oratory" (Kirk Orations), 1888; "Alumni 
Catalogue," Northwestern University, 1894. Author of "Steps into Jour- 
nalism," 1894, and " Practical Journalism," 1903. 

Married Emma Thompson (ex-'87), 25 Dec. 1895, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 221 Kedzie St., Evanston, 111. 

483. RUTER WILLIAM SPRINGER. 

Born 2 May 1863, at Springfield, 111. Prepared at St. John's Academy, 
Va., and Georgetown University. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1889, LL.B., and 1890, 
LL.M., Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. 1899, graduated from 
Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sigma Chi. Assistant exami- 
ner, U. S. Patent Office, 1887-91 ; clerk of Ways and Means Committee, U. S. 
H. R., 1891-93; clerk of Committee on Banking and Currency, 1893-94; 

Post-Chaplain U. S. Army, July 1894 . Served through the Cuban War ; 

at Tampa, Fla., and Santiago de Cuba, 1898; ordered to the Philippines in 
October, 1899, with 41st Infantry U. S. Volunteers; now Chaplain U. S. Artil- 
lery. Member of Kentucky Conference, 1894 . Author of a series of 

letters from the Philippines, published in the Western Christian Advocate, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1900. 

Married Gertrude Lynch, of Washington, D. C, 5 June 1895. 

Child — Constance Lynch, born 29 Oct. 1897. 

Residence, Fort Washington, Md. 



484. BOND STOW. 
Brother of No. 688. 

Born 18 Nov. 1865, at Beloit, Wis. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
A.B. 1890, A.M. 1889, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Beta Theta Pi. 
Graduate study of Medicine in Vienna, Berlin, Munich, and Dresden, 1 890-9 1^ 
1897-98 and in 1900. Several certificates of merit froni European profes- 
sors, especially in Pathology. Interne in St. Luke's Hospital for six months: 
Professor of General Pathology, Northwestern University Dental School; 
Demonstrator of Microscopical Pathology, Northwestern University Medical 
School; practicing medicine, Glenwood Springs, Colo., 1896-97; in New York 
City, 1898 . Member of American Medical Association, 1895 ; Chi- 
cago Medical Society, 1892-99; Colorado Medical Society. 1897; New York 
Academy of Medicine. 1899 ; New York Pathological Society, 1899 . 

Residence 56 W. Fifty-fii'^t St., New York, N Y. 



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485. ANNA C. TOWLE. 

SiSTER OF No. 486. 

Born 10 May 1864, at Eugene, Ind. Prepared in Eugene High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. 1899, D.O., 
Northern Institute of Osteopathy, Minneapolis, Minn. Two years' graduate 
study in Paris, Geneva, and Leipzig. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Principal of 
Petersburg (111.) High School; teacher of Science and Latin, Bloomington 
(111.) High School; preceptress and teacher of Language in Mt. Carroll (111.) 
Seminary; Professor of Language, Manual* Training School of Washington 
Umversity, St. Louis, Mo.; principal of Hillsdale (111.) High School; lecturer 
and member of the faculty of Rhode Island College of Osteopathy; prac- 
titioner in Osteopathy in Reading, Pa., and Providence, R. I. Member of 
Woman's Philosophical Club, Bloomington, 111.; Woman's Club, Evanston, 
111.; Pennsylvania Osteopathic Association; American Association for the 
Advancement of Osteopathy. Associate editor of Cosmopolitan Osteopath. 

Residence, 139 Mathewson St., Providence, R. I. 



486. FRANCES TOWLE (COLLINS). 
Sister of No. 485. 

Bom 25 Feb. 1863, at Eugene, Ind. Prepared in Eugene High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Gradu- 
ate work in Boston. Residence in New York, two years; in Evansville, Ind., 
three years; Newport, R. L, one year. Member of Woman's Auxiliary, 
St. Mary Orphanage Board, and Prisoners' Aid Association. 

Married Rev. Frederick Irving CoUins, 23 Sept. 1890, at Evanston. 111. 

Child — Lyman Irving, bom 7 July 1891. 

Residence, 25 Mcsser St., Providence, R. I. 



487. CARRIE ALBERTINE WALES. 

Bom 16 Feb. 1865, at Lanark, 111. Prepared in Lanark High School. 
B.S. Alpha Phi. Resided at Lanark, 111., 1887-88; Colorado Springs. Colo., 
1888 . 

Residence, 815 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. 



488. HERBERT PERRY WRIGHT. 

Born 24 June 1865, at Stockton, 111. Prepaied in Woodstock (111.) High 
School. B.S. 1890, M.S. Sigma Chi. Dealer in stocks and bonds, Kansas 
City, Mo., 1887 . 

Married Hattie T. Haw (ex-'88), 21 Oct. 1890, at Ottumwa, Iowa. 

Children — Herbert Edwin, bom 5 Aug. 1891. 
Annie Lillien, bom 16 April 1898. 

Address, 730 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. 



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489. CHARLES NEWTON ZUEBLIN. 

Bom 4 May 1866, at Pendleton, Ind. Prepared in Philadelphia High 
School. Attended the University of Pennsylvania. Ph.B. 1889, B.D., 
Yale University. Graduate study in Leipzig, 1889-91. Beta Theta Pi. 
Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor of Sociology, 

University of Chicago, 1892 . Secretary Chicago Society for University 

Extension, 1892. Head resident of Northwestern University Settlement, 
1892. Member of Chicago Special Park Commission, 1900 ; Chicago Soci- 
ety for Ethical Culture; American Academy of Political and Social Science; 
American League for Civic Improvement; National Municipal League; 
Director in the Chicago Vacation School Board, Illinois Consumers' League, 
and Chautauqua Press. 

Author of "American Municipal Progress," 1902. Contributor to The 
American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Political Economy, The Inter- 
national Journal of Ethics, Unity, The Dial, and The Chautauxjuan. 

Married Aurora T. Fisk (No. 577), 18 June 1892, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Anne Follett, born 10 Nov. 1901. 

Residence, 38 Madison Park, Chicago, 111. 



CLASS OF 1888. 

490. CORA ALLEN (McELROY). 

Born 20 March 1867, at West Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Chicago 
High School. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Ossoli prize. Graduate study in 
Berlin and Paris. Taught in Washington, D. C., High School, 1890-94. 
Writes for McC Lure's and Chicago newspapers. 

Married John Howard McElroy, 31 Aug. 1899, at West Chicago. 

Residence, 67 Bowen Ave., Chicago, 111. 



491. BELLE ELMINA ALLING (RADDIN). 
Sister of No. 456. 

Born 25 Oct. 1864, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Chicago high schools, 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Botany prize. 

Married Charles S. Raddin (No. 417), 28 June 1892, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 2032 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



492. GEORGE ARTHUR BASS. 
Brother of Nos. 493, 533, and 741. 

Born 1864, in Will Co., Illinois. Prepared in North Division High School, 
Chicago, ID. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Hinman prize; Deering prize. Gen- 
eral manager Washington Hydraulic-Press Brick Co., Washington, D. C. 



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Married Zitella Ebert, of Denver, Colo., 16 Nov. 1898. 
Child— RvTK Ebert, born 13 April 1902. 
Residence, 2112, 19th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

493. PERKINS BURNHAM BASS. 
Brother of Nos. 492, 533, and 741. 

Born 19 Feb. 1866, in Will Co., Illinois. Prepared in North Division 
High School, Chicago. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Real estate business, Chi- 
cago. 

Married Mary Maltman (No. 617), ofi:^hicago, 10 Nov. 1896. 

Children — Perkins Burnham, Jr., bom 26 Dec. 1897. 
Jean Maltman, born 24 Jan. 1901. 

Residence, 1027 Grove St., Evanston, 111. 

494. CHARLES STEVEN BENNETT. 
Brother of No. 606. 

Bom 27 Feb. 1864, at Penn Yan, N. Y. Prepared in Cazenovia (N. Y.) 
Seminary. Syracuse University, 1884-85. Northwestern, 1885-88. Ph.B. 
Hinman. Psi Upsilon (Syracuse University). Postal service, Chicago. 

Married Mary Hamilton, Jan. 1897, at Kenosha, Wis. 

Residence, 113 Sedgwick St., Chicago, 111. 

496. *CHARLES HORACE BOOTH. 

Born 30 May 1863, at Onarga, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. Graduate of Union College of Law. Hinman. Phi 
Kappa Psi. Editor Northwestern. President of class in freshman year. 
Lawyer. Admitted to bar three weeks before his death. 

Died 4 July 1890, at Onarga, 111. 

496. COLUMBUS BRADFORD. 

Bom 7 Oct. 1860, at Licking, Mo. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1896, A.M. (Eng. Lit. in absentia). Adelphic. Delta 
Upsilon. Gage prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Dolden, 
Mo., 1888-89; at St. Louis, Mo., 1889-91; at Clinton, Mo., 1891-92; at 
St. Louis, Mo., 1892-93. Transferred to Colorado Conference, and held 
charges at Cripple Creek, Manitou, and Aspen, 1893-94. Pastor at St. Louis, 
Mo., 1894-99; Chicago, 1899-1901. Not now in charge of a church. Editor 
of a montlily periodical, The Christian Citizen, Chicago, 1897-99. Author of 
tract, "The Sunday Newspaper"; of a book, "Birth a New Chance," A. C. 
McClurg, Chicago, 1901. 

Married Jany Hallock, of St. Louis, Mo., 25 March 1891 ; she died 3 April 
1899. 

Children — Dorothy Mayflower, born 30 Jan. 1895. 

RoMEYN Wendell, born 17 March 1896; died 25 June 1896. 
Clarissa Tirzah, born 19 March 1898. 
Jany Hallock, born 27 March 1899. 

Residence, 9372 Howard Ct., Chicago, 111. 



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497. HENRY CADDOCK. 

Born 8 April 1860, at Newark, N. J. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Member of U. S. Life-Saving Crew. 
Taught in Leyden Township, Cook Co., Illinois, fall of 1888. Assistant 
cashier Wilson Bros., Chicago, 1889-94. 1894, with Swift & Co., Chicago. 

Married Susie Morrison, 7 June 1899, at Vailsburg, N. J. 

Residence, 20 Columbia Ave., Vailsburg, N. J. 

498. HARVEY REEVES CALKINS. 

Born 11 April 1866, at Valparaiso, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman. 
Beta Theta Pi. Hinman and Deering prizes. Class president in the sopho- 
more year. Travel abroad, 1890-91. Preaching at Colorado Springs and 
Denver, in Colorado Conference, 1891-94; preaching at Sheffield Avenue 
Church, Chicago, Rock River Conference, 1894-1900, except one year abroad 
in 1896. Pastor of Grant Road Church, Bombay, India, 1900 . Ameri- 
can secretary of the Pentecostal League (International Prayer Union), 
1891 . Editor of Tongues of Fire, a religious monthly, 1895-1900. 

Married (1) Helen May Pearsons (No. 519), 8 July 1890, at Evanston; 
she died 27 March 1893, at Colorado Springs, Colo. (2) Ida Von Holz 
(Ohio Wesleyan University), 3 Oct. 1894, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Child— B.EhiiN, born 9 July 1899. 

Residence, Bombay, India, via Brindisi. 

499. IRA CHESTER CARTWRIGHT. 

Born 19 Nov. 1855, at Cincinnati, O. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman. 
While in college was Instructor in Swedish Theological Seminary. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference; at Brighton Park, 
Chicago, 1888-90. Transferred to Mexico Conference. Pastor at Pachuca, 

1891-93; at Guanajuato, 1894-97; at Xochiapulco, 1898-99; at Leon, 1900 . 

Has published translations of Dr. Terry's "Studies of Isaiah" and Fisher's 
"Manual of Christian Evidences." Author of a monograph, "El Saber Cris- 
tiano." Contributor to New York and Mexican Christian Advocates. 

Married Dr. Margaret Green (Graduate of Woman's Hospital Medical Col- 
lege), 17 Dec. 1890, at Chicago, 111. 

Children — Paulina Pearl, born 11 Feb. 1892. 
IjAura Lulie, born 11 July 1893. 
Margaret Catherine, born 1 Oct. 1895. 
Edward Gladstone, born 15 May 1898. 
Ira Chester, Jr., born 16 July 1900. 
Residence, 3a Calle de la Condesa, No. 73, Leon, Gto., Mexico. 

500. ^CHESTER CARROLL CLIFFORD. 
Son of No. 2 and Brother of No. 571. 

Born 10 Aug. 1865, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Political Economy prize.. 



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Hinman. Partner in the Geo. E. Hibbard Company, manufacturers of auto- 
matic sprinklers. 

Married Edith Baldwin of Chicago, 19 Oct. 1898, in Chicago. 

Child — Chester Baldwin, born 31 Aug. 1899. 

Died 19 May 1899, in Chicago, 111. 



501. GEORGE LEWIS CONLEY. 

Born 23 April 1864, near Osage, la. Prepared in Joliet (111.) High School. 
University of Chicago, 1884-86. A.B. 1891, B.D., Baptist Union Theo- 
logical Seminary, Chicago. Phi Kappa Psi. Clergyman, Baptist; pastor at 
Huntington, Ind., 1891-94; of Burr Street Church, St. Paul, Minn., 1894-99; 

at Pipestone, Minn., 1899-1901; at Rochester, Ind., 1901 . Member of 

Board of Baptist Educational Society of Minnesota. 

Married Etta Meridian Palmer, 2 Jan. 1893, at Huntington, Ind. 

CMZd— Ruth Lucile, born 3 Sept. 1896. 

Residence, Rochester, Ind. 

602. ERIC ADOLPHUS DAVIDSON. 

Born 23 Oct. 1858, in Sweden. Arrived in United States 24 June 1868. 
Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1898, M.D., Bennett 
Medical College, Chicago. 1901, M.D., Rush Medical College. Graduate 
study in Swedish Theological Seminary, Evanston, and Boston University. 
Pastor of Swedish Methodist Church at Boston, 1888-90; at Providence, R. I., 
and Maiden, Mass., 1890-91. Presiding elder, Swedish District of California 
Conference, Kingsbury, Cal., 1892-95. Instructor in English and Greek, 
Swedish Theological Seminary, Evanston, 1895-96. Phj'^sician, Chicago, 

1901 . Member of Illinois State Eclectic Medical Society, 1898 ; of 

National Eclectic Medical Society, 1898—. Professor of Pharmacy and 
Physical Diagnosis, Bennett Medical College. 

Residence, 868 Osgood St., Chicago, 111. 

503. MARY HATTIE EARLE (STERLING). 

Born 4 May 1867, at Taylor, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.S. Ossoli. Kappa Alpha Theta. Ossoli prize. Graduate 
study in Leland Stanford University, 1894. Teacher in Dixon (111.) High 
School, 1899-91. 

Married James Norman Sterling, 15 Nov. 1892, at Taylor, 111. 

Children — Norman Earle, born 11 April 1896. 
Ethel Marie, born 6 Dec. 1898. 

Residence, 373 North Crawford Ave., Dixon, 111. 

504. ARTHUR ROBIN EDWARDS. 

Born 26 June 1867, at Chicago. Prepared in South Division High School, 
Chicago. A.B. 1891, A.M. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduated 
■from Chicago Medical College, 1891. Interne in Cook County Hospital, 1891- 



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92. Student in General Hospital, Vienna, 1893. Instructor and Demon- 
strator of Histology and Embryology in Northwestern Medical School, 1892- 
94; Demonstrator of Pathology in Medical and Dental Schools, same, 1894-95; 
Professor of Therapeutics in Medical School, 1895-98; Professor of Principles 
and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine in same, 1897 to date, and 
in Woman's Medical School, 1897-02. Secretary to Medical Faculty; attend- 
ing physician to Cook County, Mercy, and Wesley Hospitals, Chicago. 

Mai-ried Susanna T. Harrison of Troy, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1900, at Rome, Italy. 

Child — Arthur, born 13 May 1901. 

Residence, 2818 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 1107, 103 State St. 

505. JULIA PADDOCK FITCH (GOSS). 

Bom 15 May 1866, at Warrensburg, Mo. Prepared in Warrensburg State 
Normal School. B.L. Teacher in Aurora, 111., Savannah, Ga., Dodge City, 
Kan., 1888-92. Secretary, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Public Library Asso- 
ciation, 1897-99. 
. Married Robert Stewart Goss, 9 Dec. 1892, at Roswell, New Mexico. 

Children — Marian Paddock, born 24 Oct. 1895. 
Mabel Fitch, bom 9 Oct. 1899. 

Residence, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

506. J. WELLINGTON FRIZZELLE. 

Bom at Rock Island, 111. Prepared in Rock Island, 111., and Daven- 
port, la. Entered from Illinois Wesleyan University. A.B. 1893, A.M. 
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary. Phi Gamma Delta. Graduate stu- 
dent in History (in absentia), 1901-03. Clergyman, Methodist Episco- 
pal, Central Illinois Conference ; presiding elder Rock Island District. Trustee 
of Northwestern University since 1900. Contributor to religious and secidar 
papers. 

Married Carrie Louisa Warren, 19 April 1900, at Denver, Colo. 

Residence, 610 Elm St., Rock Island, 111. 



507. ISAAC REYNOLDS HITT, JR. 

Bom 7 Sept. 1864, in Chicago. Prepared in Evanston High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1894, M.S. Hinman. Phi 
Delta Theta. Business manager of Northwestern. Graduated from Kent 
College of Law, Chicago, 111., 1894. Clerk in First National Bank, Chicago, 

1888. Junior partner of real estate firm of Isaac R. Hitt & Co., Chicago, 

1889. Attorney at law, Chicago, 1894. In 1898, removed to Washington, 
D. C. Law clerk in Law Division of Internal Revenue Bureau, Treasury 
Department, 1898-1902. Chief of Miscellaneous Division, Internal Revenue, 
1902- — . Member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court; Knight 
Templar. Treasurer of General Council of the Phi Delta Theta National 
Fraternity, 1891-93. Member of the Sons of the American Revolution; Pres- 
ident of the Phi Delta Theta Alumni Club (Washington) ; President of the 
Board of Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Mount Pleasant, Wash- 



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ington, D. C. ; First Vice-President of the Illinois Republican Association of 
the District of Columbia, 1903; President of the Northwestern University 
Club of Washington, D. C, 1903. 

Prepared, in co-operation with J. B. T. Tupper, under the direction of 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, an abstract of Internal Revenue Laws in 
force May 1, 1899. Compiled Internal Revenue Laws in force Jan. 1, 1900; 
with appendix, miscellaneous provisions, notes, and supplements, 1901 
and 1902. Compiled "Legacy Tax Law with Digest of Court and Treasury 
Decisions," 1902. 

Married Rosa May Birch (ex-'87), 13 Nov»1889, at Logansport, Ind. 

Children — Ruth Emma, born 8 Oct. 1890. 
Leila Birch, born 29 July 1892. 
William Birch, born 17 July 1895. 
Isaac Reynolds, III., born 7 June 1901. 

Residence, 1334 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C. 

608. CAROLINE LOUISA HUNT. 
Sister of No. 232. 

Born 23 Aug. 1865, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
A.B. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student, Northwestern 
University, in Chemistry and German, 1893-94. Graduate student in Chem- 
istry, University of Chicago, 1894-95. Graduate student in Chemistry, 
Northwestern University, 1895-96. Instructor in Domestic Economy 
in Lewis Institute, Chicago, 1896-1901 ; same, John B. Stetson University, 
DeLand, Fla., 1903. 

Residence, 1566 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

509. JOHN EDDY HUNT. 

Born 28 Sept. 1865, at Lafayette, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. Editor-in-chief of Northwestern. 

Attended Union College of Law. Attorney at law in Chicago, 1890 . Has 

published "Acknowledgment of Deeds." 

Married Minnie Belle Bissell, 23 Dec. 1890. 

Child — Helen Lucile, born 9 May 1896. 

Residence, Oak Park, 111. Office, 65, 87 Clark St., Chicago. 

610. ISAAC JOHNSON. 

Born 6 July 1856, at Capron, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal, Wisconsin Conference; pastor at Hortonville, Waterloo, Allen 
Grove, Richmond, and New London, Wis. 

Married Alice Davidson Gillies, 2 Oct. 1888. 
Children — Raymond Goldthorp, born 30 April 1891. 
Miriam Isabella, born 20 Sept. 1895. 
Olive Matilda, born 12 March 1898. 
Esther Marie, born 13 June 1902. 
Residence, New London, Wis. 



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511. CHARLES ELIJAH LINEBARGER. 

Born 21 Feb. 1867, at Plainfield, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Graduated from NorthAvestern University School of Music. Graduate 
study in Germany and France. Teacher of Physical Science in Chicago high 
schools, 1895 . 

Residence, 2583 Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111. 

512. FRANK LITTLE. 

Born 19 March 1862, at Frederick, Md. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Editor Northwestern, Jan.-Sept., 
1887. Pubhshing business, 1889-92. 1894, LL.B., Lake Forest University. 
Lawyer. 

Married Mabelle Thatcher (No. 523), in 1888, at River Forest, 111. 

Residence, River Forest, 111. Office, 1226, 153 La Salle St., Chicago. 

513. ELLEN FOWLER MARSH. 

Born 15 Dec. 1863, at Bristol, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Ossoli. Graduate student in University of Wisconsin. 
Assistant in high school at Knoxville, la., 1889-93; same at Elkhorn, 

Wis., 1894-99; Science Department, Northfield (Minn.) High School, 1899 . 

Member at different times of various county and state teachers' associations. 

Residence, Northfield, Minn. 

614. NORMAN ALLEN MARTIN. 

Born 16 Aug. 1860, at Charlotte, Vt. Prepared in Troy Conference Acad- 
emy, Poultney, Vt. Wesleyan University, Conn. A.B. Chi Psi (Wesleyan 
University) . Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodijt Epis- 
copal ; North Nebraska Conference, 1890-99 ; Nebraska Conference, 1900 . 

Pastor at FuUerton, Neb., 1890-92; Grand Island, Neb., 1893-97; Fullerton, 
Neb., 1897-98; Schuyler, Neb., 1899; Lincoln, Neb., 1900 . 

Married Luthera Percival, 6 Aug. 1884, at North Ferrisburg, Vt. 

CMWren— Percy P., born 3 July 1886; died 23 Dec. 1886. 
Ruth E., born 24 Aug. 1892. 
Lucia M., born 22 Aug. 1898. 

Residence, 1526 A St., Lincoln, Neb. 



615. OSCAR MIDDLEKAUFF. 
Brother of No. 516. 

Born 8 Aug. 1868, at Forreston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Norton 
and Hinman second prizes. 1888-89, attended Union College of Law, 
Chicago. Attorney at law at Sioux City, la., 1890-99. On account of poor 
health engaged in stock business in Nebraska since 1899. 



194 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1888 

Married Alice Humbert, 9 Feb. 1893, at Sioux City, la. 
Children — Mark H., bom 6 Nov. 1895. 

Ruth, born 23 Aug. 1897. 
Address, Lexington, Neb., R. F. D. No. 2. 

616. SAMUEL HENRY MIDDLEKAUFF. 
Brother of No. 515. 

Bom 3 Feb. 1865, at Forreston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1888-89, student at Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; pastor at Battle Creek, Salix, Jewell, 
Meriden, Fonda, Burt, Lehigh, and JoUey, Iowa. Became supernumerary 
in 1900, and has since traveled for health. 

Married Fannie Williams, 29 Aug. 1894, at Meriden, la. 

Residence, Pacific Grove, Cal. 

617. EDWARD CARLTON PAGE. 

Born 29 May 1863, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared in Mt. Morris College, 111. 
A.B. Adelphic. Tutor in Northwestern University Academy, 1886-88. 
Graduate study in History and Literature at the University of Chicago. 
Assistant County Superintendent of Schools, Ogle Co., 111., 1888-93. 
Associate in History, University of Chicago, 1893-99; Professor of His- 
tory and Geography, Northern Illinois State Normal School, De Kalb, 

111., 1899 . Member Illinois State Teachers' Association, Northern 

Illinois Teachers' Association, Illinois State Historical Society, De Kalb 
County Historical Society, North Central Historical Teachers' Association, 
American Academy of Political and Social Science, American Historical 
Association. President of South Side Union of Epworth League, Chicago 
District, 1897-98. President North Central History Teachers' Association, 
1902-03. 

Author of "Hand of Providence in American History" ; editor of Ogle 
County (III.) School Gazette, 1889-90. 

Married Janet CHve Gloss (No. 468), 19 July 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, DeKalb, 111. 

618. ARTHUR PATTISON. 

Born 10 Dec. 1866, in Chicago. Prepared in West Division High School, 
Chicago. Entered from Chicago University. A.B. LL.B., Chicago College 
of Law. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Instructor in North Division 
High School, Chicago, 1888-94. Lawyer. 

Married Bertha Rinn, 23 Dec. 1896, in Chicago. 

C/iiW— Philip Rinn, born 13 May 1898. 

Residence, Oak Park, 111. Office, 1117 Ashland Block, Chicago. 

519. *HELEN MAY PEARSONS (CALKINS). 
Sister of No. 23. 

Born 4 Dec. 1865, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, 1892. Private 



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tutor, 1888-89; Instructor in Latin and History in the Misses Smead Semi- 
nary for Girls, Toledo, O., 1889-90. 

Married Rev. Harvey Reeves Calkins (No. 498), 8 July 1890, at Evanston, 
111. 

Died 27 March 1893, at Colorado Springs, Colo. 

520. EDMUND CHASE QUEREAU. 
Brother of No. 268. 

Born 18 March 1868, at Aurora, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. Ph.B. 1892, Ph.M. (Geology in absentia.) 1893, Ph.D., 
University of Freiburg, Germany. Hinman. Beta Theta Pi ; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Deering and Kirk prizes. Graduate study in University of Gottingen, Ger- 
many, 1890-91, and Freiburg, 1891-93. Teacher of Science, Troy Conference 
Academy, Vt., 1888-90. Lecturer and Instructor, University of Chicago, 
1893-95; Professor of Geology, Syracuse University, 1895-99. Engineer, 

1899 . With engineering party for Burlington Railway in Wyoming and 

Montana, 1901 ; roadmaster, C. & N. W. Ry., with headquarters at Brookings, 
S. D., 1901 . Fellow of Geological Society of America since 1898. 

Author of book and a number of pamphlets and magazine articles on geo- 
logical subjects, published in Germany and United States. 

Married Elizabeth F. Packard of Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 1902. 

Address, Brookings, S. D. 

621. GEORGE OWEN RICHARDSON. 

Born 22 May 1852, at Hudson, Wis. Prepared in Minnesota State Normal 
School, Winona, Minn., Red Wing Collegiate Institute, Minn., and North- 
western University Academy. Ph.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Pastor at Clarendon, Tex., 1888-89; Denton, Tex., 1890-91; Le Grande, 
Ore., 1891-92; Summerville, Ore., 1892-93; Boise Valley, Idaho, 1893-96; 
Haines, Ore., 1896-97; Dixie, Wash., 1897-98; Huntsville, Wash., 1898-99; 
Adams, Ore., 1899-1901. 

Married Clara Anna Milne, 2 May 1878, at Dallas, Tex. 

Child — Carrie May, born 17 Jan. 1880. 

Residence, Adams, Ore. 

522. MARY E. SUMNER. 

Born 13 Feb. 1868, at Mt. Vernon, O. Prepared in Brownell Hall, Omaha, 
Neb. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Graduate study in University of Nebraska. 
Has resided at Schuyler and Omaha, Neb. Abroad, 1891-92. 

Residence, Monmouth, 111. 

623. MABELLE THATCHER (LITTLE). 

Born 25 Dec. 1867, at River Forest, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Kappa Alpha Theta. 1895, LL.B., Northwestern 
University Law School. 

Married Frank Little (No. 512), in 1888, at River Forest,»Ill. 

Residence, River Forest, 111. 



196 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1888 

624. CRAIG SHARP THOMS. 

Born 20 Dec. 1860, at Elgin, 111. Prepared in Chicago University Acad- 
emy. Entered from Chicago University. A.B. 1891, A.M. 1891, B.D., 
Union Theological Seminary, Morgan Park, 111. Phi Kappa Psi. Sophomore 
declamation prize. Clergyman, Baptist; pastor at Morris, 111., 1891-95; at 
Des Moines, la., 1895-1900. President Iowa Baptist Pastors' Conference, 
1898-99. Pastor at Vermillion, S. D., 1900 . 1901, Ph.D., Shurtleff CoUege. 

Married Effie W. Walker, July 1892, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, Vermillion, S. D. ^ 

625. CHARLES BURTON THWING. 

Born 9 March 1860, at Theresa, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1894, Ph.D., Univ. of Bonn, Germany, 
1894. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Hinman essay prize; 
Deering prize. Instructor in Physics, Northwestern University Academy, 
1888-93 ; same chair in University of Wisconsin, 1893-96; Professor of Physics, 
Knox College, 111., 1896-1901; Professor of Physics in Syracuse University, 

1901 . Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, 

1888-92 (Fellow, 1890-92); of British Astronomical Society, 1890-92; Astro- 
nomical Society of the Pacific, 1890-93; American Physical Society, 1901^ . 

Author (with Louis W, Austin) of ''Exercises in Physical Measurements," 
1896; author of "An Elementary Physics," 1900. Has a chapter in "Every 
Day Science" (Methodist Book Concern, 1899), and is contributor to the 
American Journal of Science and others. 

Married Lucy Blakeslee White, 3 Sept. 1893, at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Children— My-ra, born 13 July 1895. 

John Burton, born 10 Jan. 1897. 
Philip Lenard, born 24 July 1899. 
Alice Citshing, born 18 April 1901. 

Residence, Fayetteville, N. Y. 

626. FREDERICK JUDSON TOURTELLOTTE. 

Born 9 March 1867, in Chicago. Prepared in Harvard School, Chicago. 
Entered from University of Chicago. A.B. 1893, LL.B., Northwestern 
University Law School. Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi (Law School). Lawyer 
in Chicago. 

Married Agnes Lucile Middle ton, 2 Aug. 1898, in Chicago. 

Residence, 3432 Vernon Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 26, 84 Washington St. 

627. WILLIAM HARVEY TUTTLE. 

Born 30 Oct. 1862, in Peoria Co., 111. Prepared in Dunlap Academy. A.B. 
1893, A.M. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. LL.B., 
Northwestern University Law School. President of Alumni Association, 

1897-98. Admitted to the bar in 1890; practicing in Chicago, 1890 . 

Associated with Jas. P. Grier (No. 578), under the firm name of Tuttle & Grier, 
1893 . 



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Married Carrie Skinner, 22 June 1892, at South Bend, Ind. 
Children — Helen B., born 11 April 1893. 

Charles B., born 20 Dec. 1894. 

Dorothy, born 5 Aug. 1902. 
Residence, Berwyn, 111. Office, 1208 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

528. ROBERT OATMAN VANDERCOOK. 

Born 26 Aug. 1867. Prepared in Evanston High School. Ph.B. Founder 
and publisher of the Evanston Press. 

Married Lue E. Oatman, of Denver, Colo., 20 Nov. 1894. 
Children — Frances, born 7 Sept. 1894. 
Edward O., born 3 May 1897. 
David D., born 5 Dec. 1901. 
Residence, 713 Church St., Evanston, 111. 



CLASS OF 1889. 

629. CHARLES PETERS ABBEY. 

Born 23 May 1865, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago High School! 
Entered University of Chicago. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Attended Chicago College of Law, 1889-91. Admitted to bar, June 1891. 

Practicing law in Chicago, 1891 . Member of Chicago Bar Association; 

Illinois State Bar Association; University Club; Law Club. 

Married Julia Northrup Trimmer, 21 Nov. 1894, in Chicago. 

Child — Kathryn Trimmer, born 5 Nov. 1895. 

Residence, 249 Winthrop Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 100 Washington St. 

530. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. 

Born 17 Jan. 1857, at FuUerburg, Lewis Co., New York. Prepared in 
Rock River Seminary. Entered from Wheaton College. B.S. Delta Upsi- 
lon. President College Christian Association. Graduate study in Universi- 
ties of Halle, Paris, Vienna, and Berlin, 1889-92. 1892, Ph.D., Halle. 
Assistant Professor Political Science in University of Pennsylvania, 1892- 

99; study in British Museum and elsewhere, 1899-1901; lecturer, 1901 . 

Member of American Economic Association, 1892-99; secretary American 
Academy of Political and Social Science, 1892-99; secretary Association 
of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of Middle States and Maryland, 1892- 
97. Contributor to Review of Reviews, Pennsylvania School Journal, Popular 
Science Monthly. 

Married Mary Louise Hendee, 25 Dec. 1882, at Sandwich, 111. 

Residence, 3803 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

531. FLORENCE BABCOCK (STURGES). 
Sister of Nos. 532 and 644. 

Born 29 June 1869, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago Academy (Babcock 
School). Ph.B. Ossoli. Graduate student in Chemistry, 1891-92. Teacher 



198 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1889 

in Mrs. Babcock's Private School, Chicago, and in Rockford (III.) High 
School; at Kenilworth, 111., 1891-94. Abroad, 1900. 

Married William Newton Sturges, 27 June 1894, at Kenilworth, 111. 

Residence, 1816 Addison Ave., Chicago, III. * 



532. MABEL KEYES BABCOCK. 
Sister of Nos. 531 and 644. 

Born in 1862, in Massachusetts. A.B. Prepared in Chicago Academy. 
Associate Principal in Mrs. Baback's School, Kenilworth, III. 
Residence, Kenilworth. III. 



533. STELLA BASS (TILT). 
Sister of Nos. 492, 493, and 741. 

Born 5 March 1868, at Kankakee, III. Prepared in North Division 
(Chicago), and Evanston High Schools. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Student in 
Bryn Mawr, 1893-94. 

Married Joseph E. Tilt, Sept. 1894, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Katherine Bass. 

Residence, 543 Evanston Ave., Chicago, III. 



534. FORREST WILLIAM BEERS. 

Born 1 Jan. 1863, at Manteno, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Delta Upsilon. Norton declamation prize; 
Adelphic prize; president Young Men's Christian Association, 1888-89. 
Graduate student in Philosophy, and student in Divinity School, Yale Univer- 
sity, 1890. With Christian Alliance, Chicago, 1891-92; general manager 
Columbian Visitors* Association, for Pennsylvania and Ohio, 1892-93; mis- 
sion work; real estate; journalism. Author of "Light and Shadow, or 
Christianity and the Current Religious Sciences," 1898. 

Married Mary Emma Comstock (No. 948), 5 July 1899, North Manchester, 
Ind. 

Residence, North Manchester, Ind. 



535. HERBERT FISK BRIGGS. 
Brother of Nos. 330 and 360. 

Born 16 March 1866, at Sacramento, Cal. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1892, A.M. Beta Theta Pi. Student in Bos- 
ton University School of Theology, 1889-92. Pastor at Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
1891-92; at Los Gatos, Cal.; Professor in Iliff School of Theology, Denver, 
Colo. ; in city mission work in San Francisco, 1900 . 

Married Sarah M. Foster (ex-'89), 6 Aug. 1891, at Evanston, III. 

Children — Two boys. 

Residence, 312 Haight St., San Francisco, Cal. 



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536. BLANCHE CARAWAY. 
Sister of No. 1006. 

Born 19 June 1867, at Camargo, 111. Prepared in Tuscola (III.) High 
School. B.L. Alpha Phi. Graduate student in History, 1901-02. County 
Superintendent of Schools in Douglas Co. (111.). 

Residence, Tuscola, 111. 

537. GEORGE WILLIAM DIXON. 

Born 16 Sept. 1866, in Chicago. Prepared in West Division High School, 
Chicago, 111. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. 1892, LL.B., North- 
western University Law School. Practiced law. Secretary and treasurer 

of Arthur Dixon Transfer Co. Illinois State Senator, First District, 1903 . 

President Chicago Methodist Social Union. 

Married Eloise Martin, 2 March 1903, in Chicago. 

Residence, 2706 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 299, 5th Ave. 

538. ELIZABETH BELLE EDWARDS (FIELD). 

Born 29 Nov. 1867, at Syracuse, N. Y. Prepared in Evanston High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Alpha Phi. Class 
prophetess. President Bryant Circle, Evanston, 1899-1900; chairman Child 
and Home Department, Woman's Club of Evanston, 1900-02. 

Married Howard Field, 12 June 1890, at Evanston, 111. 

Children — Howard Edwards, born 19 March 1895. 
Dudley Joseph, born 24 May 1902. 

Residence, 1562 Maple Ave., Evanston, III. 

539. ARTHUR E. ELMORE. 

Born 25 March 1866, at Rochelle, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Delta 
Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Norton declamation prize. Secretary and treas- 
urer of the Elmore Coal Co., Rockford, 111. 

Married Alice G. Jones, 19 Sept. 1893, at Paxton, 111. 

Residence, Rockford, 111. 

540. SAMUEL S. FARLEY. 

Born 28 Jan. 1859, at Galesburg, 111. Prepared in Marengo (Iowa) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon. 
Member Iowa State Militia, 1877-79. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; 
North Minnesota Conference; pastor at Lester Park, Duluth, Minn., 1890-91; 
at Warren, Minn., 1892-93; Montevideo, Minn., 1894-95; at Renville, Minn., 
1896-1901 ; at Morris, Minn., 1901 . 

Married Grace Curtis, 23 Sept. 1890, at Evanston, 111. 

CMZdren— Donald C, born 23 March 1894. 
F. Malcom, born 31 Jan. 1896. 
Margaret Elizabeth, born 23 Aug. 1897. 

Residence, Morris, Minn. 



200 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1889 

641. GRACE IDA FOSTER (HERBEN). 

Born 19 Sept. 1864, at Lanark, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. 1890, A.M., Allegheny Col- 
lege, Pa. Graduate student in English Literature, 1891-92, at North- 
western University. Preceptress of Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., 
1889-91. New York Conference Secretary Woman's Foreign Missionary 
Society, 1895-1902. Has a book copyrighted but unpublished. Contributor 
to church papers and periodicals. 

Married Stephen Joseph Herben (No. 543)727 May 1891, at Park Ridge, 111, 

Residence, Maplewood, N. J. 

542. CHARLES STEPHEN GRAVES. 

Bom 18 Jan. 1862, in Ogle Co., 111. Prepared in Sycamore (111.) 
High School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Phi 
Kappa Psi. Gage prize; Adelphic prize; Kirk contestant. Editor North- 
western, 1888 and 1889. Graduate Chicago College of Law, 1891. Graduate 
student in Law and History, 1891-92. Member of the law firm of Ela, Grover 
& Graves, 1893 . 

Married Nellie Gray, 22 Oct. 1891, at Piano, 111. 

Residence, 1450 Sherman Ave,, Evanston. Office, 79 Dearborn St., 
Chicago, 111. 

543. STEPHEN JOSEPH HERBEN. 

Born 11 May 1861, in London, England. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1891, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1897, 
Lit.D. (hon.), Syracuse University. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Marcy prize; Hinman prize; Sheppard Political Economy prize; 
Kirk contestant. Graduate student in English Literature, 1891-92. Assist- 
ant editor Epworth Herald., Chicago, 1890-95; same. Christian Advocate, 
New York City, 1895 . 

Married Grace Ida Foster (No. 541), 27 May 1891, at Park Ridge, 111. 

Children — George Foster, born 17 March 1893. 

Stephen Joseph, Jr., born 14 March 1897. 

Residence, Maplewood, N. J. Office, 150 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 



544. OTIS McGAW HOWARD. 

Brother of No. 817. 

Bom 24 Oct. 1868, in Washington, D. C. Prepared in Glencoe (111.) 
High School, Bangor, Me., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Hinman. Sigma Chi. Deering prize. LL.B., Lake Forest University. 
Attended Chicago College of Law; student in University of Gottingen, Ger- 
many, 1890. Editor and publisher of Farm, Field and Fireside, Chicago. 
Member of Loyal Legion. 

Residence, Glencoe, 111. 



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545. HAROLD RIVERS HOWELL. 

Bom 23 Feb. 1868, at Millbrook, Ont., Canada. Prepared in Drake 
University, Des Moines, Iowa. B.S. Hinman. Phi Delta Theta. Assistant 
secretary of Hawkeye Insurance Co., president Polk County Homestead and 
Trust Co., president Purinton Mfg. Co., all of Des Moines, Iowa. 

Married Elizabeth Myra Brown (No. 568), 12 Jan. 1892, at Fond du Lac, 
Wis. 

Children — Dorothy Brown, born 27 April 1896. 
Henry Adam, born 20 Aug. 1900. 

Residence, 1619 High St., Des Moines, Iowa. 

546. FRANCES EVELYN HUBBELL (LEONARD). 

Born 13 Oct. 1865, at Altona, 111. Prepared in Altona High School and 
Hedding College, Abingdon, 111. B.L. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Assist- 
ant Principal and teacher in German in Blue Island (111.) public schools, 
1889-90; Preceptress, University of Pacific, California, 1890-91. Member of 
Executive Board, N. W. Branch, Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, 
1891-95. 

Married Herbert G. Leonard (No. 549), 6 Aug. 1891, at Altona, 111. 

Residence, Fargo, N. Dak. 

547. MARY JONES (SCHLESINGER). 

Boi-n 1 Jan. 1866, at Floyd, N. Y. Prepared in Milwaukee College, and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Private tutor in Evanston, 1889-90; taught in Kewaunee, Wis., 1890-91. 
Librarian, Morgan Park, 111., 1891-92; Librarian, Chicago, 1892-95. 

Married Alfred Henry Schlesinger, 25 Sept. 1895, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Alfred Francis, born 17 Feb. 1900. 

Residence, 10th St., College Point, Long Island, N. Y. 

548. GUSTAV WILLIAM KUNSTMAN. 

Born 26 July 1867, in Chicago. Prepared in. West Division High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Delta Upsilon. Real estate reporter on Chicago Evening 
Post, 1889-93; real estate broker, 1893-1902; Superintendent Illinois Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Co., 1902 . Cook Co. (111.) Commissioner, 1893-96; 

Principal Garfield evening school, 1892-1900. 

Married Flora L. Rau, 12 May 1890, in Chicago. 

Children — Raymond C, liorn 8 Feb. 1891. 

Mildred Louise, born 1 Jan. 1893. 
GusTAV William, Jr., born 29 March 1899. 

Residence, 443 Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111. 



549. HERBERT GILSON LEONARD. 

Bom 15 Aug. 1860, at Northfield, Vt. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1891, B.D.. Garrett Biblical Institute. Delta Upsi- 



202 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1889 

Ion. Deering prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; pastor at Wilmette, 
111., 1891-94; Hyde Park Church, Chicago, 1894-96; Waukegan, 111., 1896-1900. 
Married Frances E. Hubbell (No. 546), 6 Aug. ^891, at Altona, 111. 
Children — Alice, born 8 July 1892. 

Robert Fleming, born 30 May 1894. 
Louise Maxey, bom 19 Aug. 1896. 
Theodore Hubbell, born 13 April 1899. 
Residence, Fargo, N. Dak. 

550. THERESA LUDLOW (BENEDICT). 
Sister of No. 666. 

Bom 3 June 1867, at Ludlow, 111. Prepared in Collegiate Institute, Pax- 
ton, 111. B.L. Ossoli ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Teacher of Mathematics and 
History, Paxton, 111., 1889-90; member of Magazine Club of Indianapolis, 
1891- — ; president of same, 1900. 

Married John Lee Benedict, 26 June 1890, at Paxton, 111. 
Children — Paul Ludlow, born 20 Dec. 1891. 

Howard Middlecoff, bom 6 July 1893. 
Katharine, bom 20 Nov. 1896. 
Residence, 2245 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

651. CHARLOTTE ElLeN LYFORD (BOYD). 
Sister of No. 1367. 

Born 10 Dec. 1866, at Pore Byron, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Ossoli. Gamma Phi Beta. Assistant Principal in 
Wyoming (111.) High School, 1889-91. 

Married James Halliday Boyd, 16 Sept. 1891, at Port Byron, 111. 

Children — Alice Rebecca, bom 4 April 1895. 
James Lyford, born 13 Nov. 1901. 

Residence, Galva, III. 

662. BENJAMIN LINCOLN McFADDEN. 

Born 23 Nov. 1865, at Havana, 111. Prepared in Havana High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. President 
of sophomore class. Business manager and editor of The Lever, Chicago, 
1890-92. Grain business with McFadden & Co., Havana, 111., 1892-1900. 
Vice-president Mason County Bank since 1900. 

Married Sarah Genevieve Rowell, 15 June 1892, at Joliet, 111. 

Children — Robert Morse, born 10 June 1894. 

Richard Rowell, born 11 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, Havana, 111. 



653. LIZZIE BROWNING NOYES. 

Born 18 June 1868, at Colerain, Mass. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.L. Graduate student in History, 1899-1900. 1901, M.L. (History). 



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Taught Mathematics in Waupaca (Wis.) High School, 1889-92; same in 
Madison (Wis.) High School, 1892-96; teacher of Mathematics and EngUsh in 

Oshkosh (Wis.) High School, 1900 . 

Residence, 34 Elm St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

554. MABEL ELLA PECK (LUCE). 

Bom 6 Jan. 1864, at East Guilford, N. Y. Prepared in Pillsbury Acad- 
emy, Owatonna, Minn. Entered from Carleton College, Minn. A.B. Ossoli. 
Teacher in Owatonna (Minn.) High School, 1889-91; teacher of Latin in 
Rochester (Minn.) High School, 1891-1900. 

Married Harold Harding Luce, 1 Jan. 1901, at MinneapoUs, Minn. 

Child— Mabel Louise, born 22 Feb. 1902. 

Residence, Owatonna, Minn. 



555. MARY RICHEY (LESLIE). 

Born 26 Jan. 1866, at Lostant, 111. Prepared in Ottawa (111.) High School. 
A.B. Ossoli. Delta Gamma. Taught at Rockefeller, 111., and Luverne, Minn., 
1889-91 . President Los Angeles Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1897. 

Married George L. Leshe, 18 Aug. 1891, at Lostant, 111. 

Children — Roavland Richey, born 31 July 1893. 
Miriam, born 16 Dec. 1897. 

Residence, unknown. 

656. ORLANDO SHEPARD. 

Born 27 April 1863, at Hammondsport, N. Y. Prepared in Chicago High 
School. Entered from Universit}^ of Chicago. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Electrician with Thomson-Houston Electric Co., Lynn, Mass., 1889-90; 
engaged in electric mining in Pennsylvania and Ohio coalfields, 1890-91; 
dynamo tender. North Side Municipal Station, Chicago, 1891 and 1892; in- 
spector, Electricity Building, AVorld's Fair, 1893; electrician. West Park 
Board, Chicago, 1893-97; stationary engineer and electrician, W. B. Conkey 
Printing Co., Chicago, 1897-98; assistant engineer and electrician, Chicago 

Public Library, 1898-1900. Farmer, Melmore, O., 1900 . Member of 

Thomson Scientific Club, Lynn, Mass., 1890-91. 

Married Maud Clare Harvey, 12 Feb. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 

Address, Tiffin, O., R. F. D. No. 1. 

557. PHILIP RAYMOND SHUMWAY. 

Born 31 Jan. 1868, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. Graduate student in PoUtical 
Science, 1891-92. President of The Paper Mills Co., wholesale paper dealers, 
Chicago. 

Married Harriet Emily Hoblit, 3 April 1902, at Bloomington, 111. 

Child — Mary Raymond, born 28 Jan. 1903. 

Residence, 1605 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



204 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1889- 

568. ADA TOWNSEND. 

Born 4 April 1868, at Manchester, la. Prepared in Kvanston High School 
and Northwestern University Academ3^ A.B. Graduate student in Phi- 
lology, 1891-92. A.M., Latin fellowship, 1893-94. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Gymnasium prize. Graduate student in Latin, 1900-02. Instructor in Latin 
and English, Northwestern Universitj" Academy, 1889-93. Traveled and 

studied in Europe, 1894-96. Instructor in Latin, Academy, 1896 . Author 

of "First Year Latin by Correspondence," 1^02. 

Residence, 1719 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



559. BURR MILLER WEEDEN. 

Born 20 Jan. 1870, at Harvard, 111. Prepared in Northwestern L^niversity 
Academy. A.B. 1892, B.D., Garrett Bibhcal Institute. Adelphic. Sigma 
Chi. Adelphic prize; Kirk prize. Graduated from St. Andrew's Divinity 
School, Syracuse, N. Y. Clergyman, Protestant Episcopal ; pastor at Sackett's 
Harbor, N. Y., 1894-99; rector of Trinity Church, San Jose, Cal., 1899-1900; 
rector of St. Luke's Church, San Francisco, 1900 . 

Married Mary Agnes Bidwell, 27 Sept. 1894, at East Hartford, Conn. ; she 
died Jan. 1897, at New Haven, Conn. 

Child— Ac.^ns, born 21 July 1896. 

Residence, 1932 Broadway, San Francisco, Cal. 



560. SAMUEL WEIR. 

Born 15 April I860, at London, Ont. Prepared in Normal School, Toronto, 
Ont., and Northwestern University Academj'. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi 
Beta Kappa. Gage prize. 1887, B.D., Garrett Bibhcal Institute. 1891, 
A.M. and Ph.D., Illinois Wesleyan University. Graduate study in Boston 
University and in Universities of Leipzig and Jena, Germany, 1893-95. 1895, 
Ph.D., University of Jena. Professor of I/atin and Greek, Southwest Kansas 
College, 1889-90; pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, Wichita, 
Kan,, 1890-91; pastor of First Church, Cheyenne, Wyo., 1891-92; Instructor 
in Mathematics, Northwestern University, 1892-93; Professor of History of 
Education and of Ethics, New York University, 1895-1901 ; Lecturer on Peda- 
gogy, University of Cincinnati, 1901-02; Principal of Clarion State Normal 
School, Clarion, Pa., 1902 . Member of Rock River Conference. 

Author of "Christianity in Civilization," 1893; "Der Monismus mit be- 
sonderer Riicksicht auf die kosmische Theorie Herbert Spencers," Jena, 1895. 
Contributor to Methodist Review, Educational Foundations, Teachers' Quar- 
terly, Educational Review, Journal of Pedagogy, etc. 

Married (1) Carrie Voss, 25 Dec. 1889, at Oswego, 111. (2) Sara Rich- 
ards, 2 June 1897, at Aurora, 111. 

Child — Helen Irene. 

Address, care State Normal School, Clarion, Pa. 



1889] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 205 

561. FRANK COLE WHITEHEAD. 

Born 29 Aug. 1866, at Yonkers, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versit)' Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. With Chicago and Erie Stove Co., 
Chicago, 1889-92; with same in Erie, Pa., 1892 . 

Residence, 1808 Chicago .\ve., Evanston, 111. Office, Columbus Memorial 
Building, Chicago. 

562. CHARLES BURTON WRIGHT. 

Born 21 Nov. 1868, at Stockton, 111. Prepared in Woodstock (111.) High 
School. B.S. Adelphic. Sigma Chi. Bank clerk at Woodstock, 111., 1889- 
92; manufacturer at Osceola, Mo., 1892-94; assistant cashier of bank, Wood- 
stock, 111., 1894-1902; cashier of bank, Nunda, III, 1902 . 

Married Florence May Bunker, 16 May 1894, at Woodstock, 111. 

Residence, Woodstock, 111. 



CLASS OF 1890. 

663. FRANCIS ASBURY ALABASTER. 
Brother of Nos. 642 and 676. 

Born 10 Jime 1866, at Rochester, N. Y. Prepared in Detroit, Indianapolis 
(Ind.) and Ann Arbor (Mich.) High Schools and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. First president College Y. M. C. A. Graduate student in 
Greek {in absentia), 1891-93. 1898, A.M., University of Nebraska. Phi 
Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Professor of Greek and Latin, Little Rock 
University, Ark., 1890-93: Professor of Latin, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 

1893-97; of Greek and Latin in the same institution, 1897 . Member of 

Nebraska State Teachers' Association. 

Married Mary Blanche Robinson, 27 June 1895, at Omaha, Neb. 

Child — Wendell Robinson, born 3 April 1900. 

Residence, University Place, Neb. 

564. JAY BROWN AMBROSE. 
Brother of No. 457. 

Born 28 Oct. 1869, at Omaha, Neb. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. A.B. Cook County scholarship; divided Marcy prize. Publisher 
of premium books, in New York City, 1894. 

Residence 31 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

565. GEORGE OSCAR BARNES. 

Born 26 July 1868, at Washburn, 111. Prepared in Washburn High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Phi Delta Theta. Lawyer. 
Residence, Washburn, 111. 



206 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1890 

566. ANDREW LAWSON BAXTER. 

Born 29 Dec. 1869, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Chicago University Acad- 
emy. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Stock broker, Chicago. 
Residence, 4406 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 



667. HELEN HAMILTON BOCK (HOLDEN). 

Born 3 Feb. 1869, near Elkhart, III. Attended Lincoln University, 111. 
Ph.B. Delta Gamma. Graduate of Cun*iock School of Oratory, 1893. 
Teacher of Reading and Physical Culture in State Normal School, Spearfish, 
S. D., 1893-94. 

Married Robert Hyde Holden (No. 583), 3 Sept. 1895, at Lincoln, III. 

Residence, 628 Foster St., Evanston, III. 



568. ELIZABETH MYRA BROWN (HOWELL). 

Bom 7 May 1867, at Fond du Lac, Wis. Prepared in Fond du Lac High 
School. Ph.B. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Life 
member on Board of Home for Friendless Children, Des Moines, la. Mernber 
of Red Cross Society and Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Married Harold Rivers Howell (No. 545), 12 Jan. 1892, at Fond du Lac, 
Wis. 

Residence, 1619 High St., Des Moines, la. 



569. WILLIAM ARTHUR BURCH. 

Born 6 Oct. 1864, at Warwick, Can. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. Ph.B. Adelphie. Delta Upsilon. Kirk prize. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; pastor of Epworth, Hamlin Avenue and South Park 
Avenue Churches, Chicago. Financial Secretary of Northwestern University, 

1900-02. In business in Chicago, 1902 . Trustee of Epworth Children's 

Home and of Wesley Hospital. 

Married Dora M. Bovee, 15 Sept. 1892, Chicago, III. 

Child — Arthur Courtenay, born 19 June 1893. 

Residence, 1208 Maple Ave., Evanston, III. 



570. MARY EDITH CLARKE (WILLIAMS). 

Born 13 Nov. 1867, at Algona, la. Prepared at Algona High School. 
B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Class poet; Kirk contestant. Graduate stu- 
dent in Boston, 1891-92. Teacher of English in Northern Iowa Normal 
School, 1892-93. 

Married Frank L. Williams, 19 June 1895, at Algona, la. 

Child — Sterling Clarke, born 30 April 1897. 

Residence, Holmes Hotel, corner 8th and Hennepin Aves., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 



1890] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 207 

571. CAROLINE CLIFFORD (BURBANK). 
Daughter of No. 2 and Sister of No. 500. 

Born 16 Aug. 1868, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.L. Ossoli. Gamma Phi Beta. Divided the Marcy prize. Teacher of 
Mathematics and Science, Evanston High School, 1890-92; teacher in Blue 
Island High School, 1892- Jan. 1894. Member of Daughters of American 
Revolution. 

Married Eugene Damon Burbank (Dartmouth, '91), 23 Dec. 1893, at 
Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1121 West 20th St., Des Moines, la. 



572. ALFRED EDWIN CRAIG. 

Born 28 July 1861, in WeUington Co., Ont. Prepared at Gait Collegiate 
Institute, Ont. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett BibHcal Institute. 1896, Ph.D., 
Syracuse University. 1901, D.D., Albion College. . Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Pastor at Hillsdale, Mich., 1890-93; Benton Harbor, Mich., 1893- 
95; Albion, Mich., 1895-1902; at Ottumwa, la., 1902 . Trustee North- 
western University, 1895-99. Trustee Iowa Wesleyan University. 

Married Clara Tucker (No. 598), 5 May 1892, at Galva, 111. 

Children— Fran CES, born 24 April 1893. 

Clarence Tucker, born 5 June 1895. 

Residence, Ottumwa, la. 



673. HASKELL CONNELL DAVIS. 

Born 6 March 1866, at New Holland, O. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1896, LL.B., Kent College of Law. Assistant 
librarian, Chicago Law Institute. 

Residence, 728 Clark St., Evanston, 111. Office, 414 Court House, Chicago, 
111. 

574. FREDERIC COE DEMOREST. 
Brother of No. 706. 

Born 4 June 1864, at Muscatine, la. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Delta Upsilon ; Phi Beta Kappa. Kirk contes- 
tant. Graduate student in English, 1891-93 and 1897-99. Graduate 
study in University of Chicago. Instructor in Illinois Military Academy, 
Morgan Park, 111., 1890-92; Principal private school, Chicago, 1892-93. 
Preacher in Iowa, 1893-95. Professor of Latin, Iowa Wesleyan University, 
1895-98. Secretary Iowa State Epworth League, 1894-95; second vice- 
president, 1895-96; secretary Iowa Epworth League and Training School, 
1895-97. President of Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1898-1900. 

President of Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, Kan., 1900 . 1901, D.D., 

Iowa Wesleyan University. • 



208 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1890 

Married Estella Hibbs, 11 Oct. 1894, at Lacey, la. 
Children — Dorothy, born 6 July 1896. 

Lois, born 7 March 1901. 
Residence. Winfield, Kan. 



676. CHARLES MORTON DENNY. 

Born 3 April 1867, at Orangeville, Ind. Prepared in Blair (Neb.) High 
School. Ph.B. Hinman. Delta Upsilon ; Phi Beta Kappa. Gage prize. In 
insurance business, Des Moines, la., 1890-94; same, Nevada, la., 1894-95; 

real estate business. Maxwell, la., 1895 .• Justice of Peace for Story County, 

la., for term 1898-1904. Mayor of City of Maxwell, 1899 . 

Married Mabel Sheldon (No. 592), 3 May 1892, at Burlington, Wis. 

Children — Charles Morton, Jr., born 5 May 1893. 
Alice Bristol, born 20 Feb. 1895. 

Residence, Maxwell, la. 

676. EDWARD WILLIAM ERICKSON. 

Born 22 Aug. 1862, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Adelphic. 1892, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Bartlett, Neb., 1892; Bloomfield, 1892- 

94; Wisner, 1894-99; Council Bluffs, la., 1899 . President of Norfolk 

District Epworth League, North Nebraska Conference, 1896-97. 

Married Estella F. Claxton, 31 July 1894, at Sioux City, la. 

Child— WiiAAKM Paul, born 3 Feb. 1897. 

Residence, 410 South 18th St., Council Bluffs, la. 

677. AURORA THOMPSON FISK (ZUEBLIN). 

Born 4 Feb. 1868, at Wilbraham, Mass. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Delta Gamma. Taught at Schuyler, Neb., 1890- 
91; at Duluth, Minn., 1891-92. Member of Chicago Society for Ethical 
Culture, Chicago Public School Art Society, Chicago Woman's Club, Uni- 
versity Settlement League. Contributor to The Outlook, The American 
Journal of Sociology, and The Chautau^an. 

Married Charles Zuebhn (No. 489), 18 June 1892, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 38 Madison Park, Chicago, 111. 

678. JAMES PARKINSON GRIER. 

Born 8 Feb. 1864, at Loran, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B, Graduated from Northwestern University Law School 
1892. 1893, A.M. Phi Kappa Psi. Lawyer with the firm of Tuttle & Grier, 

Chicago. Alderman of Evanston, 111., 1901 . 

Married Jennie Parkes, 29 Jan. 1895, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — James Parkinson, Jr., born 22 Nov. 1896. 
Robert Maxwell, born 19 June 1898. 
Mary R., born 20 Dec. 1899. 
Residence, 1016 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 



1890] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 209 

579. JOHN EMMETT GROVES. 

Bom 5 Nov. 1866, in Scott Co., Iowa. Prepared in Cherokee (Iowa) 
High School. B.S. 1891, LL.B., Union College of Law. Lawyer, Chicago. 
President Illinois Charitable Relief Corps, 1898-99. 

Residence, 374 Webster Ave., Chicago, III. 

680. ANTON PETER HAAGENSEN. 

Born 14 Feb. 1867, at Racine, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. 1895, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. 

Lawyer, Ashland, Wis., 1895 . District attorney for Ashland Co., Wis., 

1899 . 

Residence, Ashland, Wis. 

681. EVA REED HALL. 

Born 4 Dec. 1865, at Indianapolis, Ind. Prepared at Sycamore (111.) 
High School, and Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, N. H. B.L. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. Taught in River Forest Institute (111.), 1890-92; at Malta, 111., 
1895-98; at Wilmette, lU., 1898 . 

Residence, Wilmette, 111. 

582. JAMES ROBERT HAMILTON. 

Born 9 Nov. 1856, at Council Hill, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. 1891, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Pastor at Crystal Lake, 
lU., 1891-92; Mendota, 111., 1892-96; Morrison, lU., 1896-99; La Salle, lU., 

1899 . 

Married Ella S. Tuttle, 13 June 1889, at Gratiot, Wis. 
Children — Florence, born 21 June 1890. 
Helen, born 23 June 1891. 
William, born 16 Dec. 1894. 
Robert, born 18 March 1896. 
Ruth, born 11 Dec, 1898; died 20 May 1899. 



583. ROBERT HYDE HOLDEN. 
Brother of No. 474, 

Born 18 July 1864, at Baraboo, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Delta Upsilon. Editor Northwestern. 
Reporter, Chicago Press Association, 1890-93; night city editor. Press 
Association, 1893-95; copy reader Chicago Record, 1895-97; night city editor 
Chicago Record, 1897-1900; city editor Record, 1900-01; night city editor 
Chicago Chronicle, 1901 . 

Married Helen Hamilton Bock (No. 567), 3 Sept. 1895, at Lincoln, 111. 

Child — Elizabeth Hyde, born 17 Aug. 1897. 

Residence, 628 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 



210 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1890 

684. WIRT E. HUMPHREY. 

Born 6 Jan. 1868, at Orland, III. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. 1893, Ph.M. 1892, LL.B.,* Northwestern University 
Law School. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Deputy clerk of 

Superior Court, Chicago, 1890-93. Lawyer, 1893 ; Master in Chancery 

of Superior Court, 1893 ; U. S. Commissioner for Northern District of 

Illinois, 1895 ; Trustee of Anti-Cigarette League since its establishment; 

Knight Templar, 32d Degree Mason, and a Shriner. 

Married Katherine Merrill Hay, 31 May ?893, at Indianapolis, Ind. 

Child — Merrill, bom 28 Aug. 1897. 

Residence, 2129 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. OflEice, 1311 Ashland 
Block, Chicago. 

685. AMY JARRETT (HOLCOMB). 

Born 16 Sept. 1867, at McGregor, Iowa. Prepared in Chicago University 
Academy, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 

Married Herbert Wolcott Holcomb, 13 June 1899, at Hinsdale, 111. 

C/iiW— Jarrett, born 23 April 1900. 

Residence, Hinsdale, 111. 

586. RILEY PADDOCK MARTIN. 

Born 18 July 1865, in China Township, Lee Co., 111. Prepared in 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Instructor at Lake 
Forest College, 1890-91. Graduate student in Physics, Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1890-93. Reporter, Chicago Tribune, City Press Association, and 
Times-Herald; editor, Evanston Press and Index; correspondent Chicago 
Record-HeraM. 

Residence, 1461i^ Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

587. ISABEL RUSSELL MORSE. 
Sister of No. 974. 

Born 22 May 1866, at Kent's Hill, Me. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Assistant librarian in 
Evanston Public Library, 1889-91 ; office secretary in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy, 1895 . 

Residence, 615 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

588. WILLIAM HENDERSON NEWCOMB. 

Born 18 Oct. 1867, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. B.L. Hinman. 1895, LL.B., Northwestern University 
Law School. With Merchants' Loan & Trust Co., Chicago, 1890-93; news- 
paper work and travel, 1895-1900. 

Residence, 1857 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, Record-Herald 
Bldg., Chicago. 



1890] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 211 

689. JOSEPH HASTIE ODGERS. 

Bom 21 July 1863, at Apple River, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon. Graduate student in Philosophy, 
1897-98 and 1899-1900. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River 

Conference ; preaching in Chicago until 1901 ; pastor at Princeton, 111., 1901 . 

Married O. Stella Bowles, 25 Oct. 1893, in Chicago. 
Children — Star J., born 27 March 1895. 

Beatrice M., born 8 July 1896. 
Joseph H., born 16 Sept. 1898. 
Residence, Princeton, 111. 



590. WILLIAM ROSS PARKES. 

Born 14 June 1869, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Markham Academy, 
Milwaukee. Ph.B. 1893, Ph.M. 1893, M.D., Rush Medical College. Adel- 
phic. Delta Upsilon. House physician, Presbyterian Hospital, 1893-95; 
physician and surgeon since 1893; health commissioner, Evanston, 111., 
1900-03. 

Married Emma R. Miller, 3 June 1897, in Chicago. 

Child — William Miller, born 9 Aug. 1899. 

Residence, 1428 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

691. ELVIN ELIAS SCOTT. 

Born 20 Sept. 1867, at Racine, Wis. Prepared in Racine High School. 
Ph.B. Delta Upsilon. Political Economy prize. Cashier. In Chicago 

until Jan. 1891; Racine, Wis., 1891-92; Des Moines, Iowa, 1892 . With 

Equitable Life Assurance Co., Des Moines. 

Residence, Des Moines. Iowa. 



692. MABEL SHELDON (DENNY). 

Born 20 June 1868, at Burlington, Wis. Prepared in Burlington High 
School. B.L. Delta Gamma. 

Married Charles Morton Denny (No. 575), 3 May 1892, at Burlington, 
Wis. 

Residence, Maxwell, Iowa. 

693. JESSE JAY SHUMAN. 
Brother of Nos. 482, 629, 840, and 1385. 

Born 8 Jan. 1869, in Lancaster Co., Pa. Prepared in Cook Co. (111.) 
Normal School, and Chicago high schools. Ph.B. Hinman. Sigma Chi. 
Editor Northwestern. With Illinois Steel Co., Chicago and Joliet, 111., 1890-99 ; 
Assistant Superintendent Newburgh Steel Works, American Steel & Wire Co., 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1899-1900; chief inspector Jones & Laughlins, Ltd., American 
Steel & Iron Works, Pittsburg, Pa. 1900 . 



212 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1890 

Married Esther Munroe, 6 May 1897, at Joliet, 111. 
Children — Charlotte Munroe, born 6 Nov. 1900. 
Katherine Munroe, born 6 Nov. 1900. 
Residence, 837 Heberton Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. • 

694. GEORGE WARD SPRINGER. 
Son of No. 29. 

Born 14 Dec. 1868, at Abingdon, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. 
Real estate dealer, Chicago; village trusteef Wilmette, 111., 1897-98; village 
president, 1900-02. 

Residence, Wilmette, 111. Office, 40, 90 Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

596. *NELLIE WOOD STEWART (DEAN). 

Born 21 June 1865, at Palatine, 111. Prepared in Independence (Iowa) 
High School, Des Moines University, and Northwestern University Academy. 
B.L. Alpha Phi. Resided in Palatine, 111., until Dec. 1891; Ludington, 
Mich., 1891-94; La Grange, 111., 1894-1901. 

Married Dr. William Franklin Dean, 29 Dec. 1891, at Palatine, 111. 

CMWren— Rollin W., born 22 April 1894. 

Marjorie Emma, born 30 Jan. 1890. 

Died 15 Aug. 1901, at La Grange, 111. 

596. *LOUISE EMMA SWAN (YOUNG). 

Born 6 Dec. 1866, at Medina, N. Y. Prepared in Elgin (111.) Academy. 
B.L. Delta Gamma. 

Married John B. Young (No. 602), 26 March 1891, at Elgin, 111. 
Died 10 Aug. 1898, at Englewood, 111. 

597. WILLIAM SWENSON. 

Bom 5 Feb. 1863, at Chisago Lake, Minn. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Graduate of Evanston Swedish Theological 
Seminary. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. At McKeesport, Pa., 1891-93; at Donovan, 111., 1893-96; 
Chicago, 1896 . Member of Central Swedish Conference. 

Married (1) Sarah Elizabeth Hanson, 7 Sept. 1891, in Chicago; she died 
19 Feb. 1897. (2) Emma Lillian Rydell, 17 Sept. 1902. 

Children— WiLLiJ^M, born 13 July 1893; died 16 July 1893. 
Phcebe, born 16 July 1895. 
Elizabeth, born Feb. 1897; died 26 Feb. 1897. 

Residence, 510, 33d St., Chicago, III. 

598. CLARA TUCKER (CRAIG). 

Born 1 Oct. 1868, at Gal va, 111. Prepared in Galva High School. B.L. 
Ossoli. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married .^fred Edwin Craig (No. 572), 5 May 1892, at Galva, 111. 
Residence, Ottumwa, Iowa. 



1890] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 213 

599. MAURICE LEONARD WICKMAN. 

Born 16 Dec. 1863, in Sweden. Prepared in Northwestern University- 
Academy. A.B. Graduated from Swedish Theological Seminary, Evanston, 
111. Clergyman, Central Swedish Conference. Principal of Nebraska Wes- 
leyan Academy, and Instructor in Latin and Greek. 

Residence, University Place, Neb. 

600. THOMAS JEFFERSON WOODCOCK, JR. 

Born 27 Nov. 1868, in Chicago. Prepared in Hinsdale (111.) High School. 
Ph.B. $100 prize in Hebrew, on entering Chicago (Congregational) Theo- 
logical Seminary. 1898, B.D. Adelphic. Phi Beta Kappa. Studebaker 
prize in German. Clergyman, Congregational. Taught at Hinsdale, 111., 
1890-91 . Pastor at Nora Springs, Iowa, 1893-94 ; Lake View, Iowa, 1894-96 ; 
Hermosa, Chicago, 1896-97; Lead, S. Dak., 1898-1900; Elk Point, S. Dak., 
1900 . Trustee Yankton College, S. D., 1902 . 

Married Emily Margaret Blythe, 14 March 1895, at Nora Springs, Iowa. 

Residence, Elk Point, S. Dak. 

601. RALPH LOWELL WYMAN. 

Born 30 Dec. 1866, at Sycamore, 111. Prepared in Sycamore High School. 
B.S. Adelphic. Graduate of Chicago CoUege of Law. With Western 
Electric Co., Chicago, 1891-97. Lawyer, Chicago, 1897 . 

Married Hattie A. Russell, 20 Sept. 1894, in Chicago. 

Residence, 5819 Washington Boul., Chicago, 111. Office, 423 Reaper 
Block, Chicago. 

602. JOHN BALLANTYNE YOUNG. 

Born 9 June 1868, at Morrison, 111. Prepared at Ottawa (111.) High 
School. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Lawyer. 

Married Louise Emma Swan (No. 596), 26 March 1891, at Elgin, 111. 
Children — Donald Du Bois, born 30 June 1892. 

Alfred John, born 27 July 1898; died 2 Oct. 1898. 
Residence, 7654 Drexel Ave., Chicago, lU. 



CLASS OF 1891. 



603. JOHN PORTER ADAMS. 



[Born 10 March 1862, at Elizabeth, N. J. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B, 1894, A.M. 
LL.B., Chicago College of Law. Beta Theta Pi. Principal of May^ood 
(111.) High School, 1891-95; Superintendent of schools, Maywood, 111., 1895 
Married Louise Nichols, 30 June 1897, at Maywood, 111. 
Child — Helen Elizabeth, born 4 June 1898. 



214 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1891 

604. JOHN NICHOLS ADEE. 

Bom 18 Dec. 1867, at South Grove, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Massasoit. Political -Economy prize. Graduate 
work in Chicago University. Principal of Wheeling (111.) public school, 
1891-95; Principal of Summit (111.) school, 1895-98; Superintendent of 
schools. Sycamore, 111., 1898 . 

Married Alta E. Harvey, 3 July 1902, at Sycamore, 111. 

Residence, Sycamore, 111. 

605. WILLIAM DAVID BARNES. 

Born 8 March 1868, at Irwin, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Graduate work in Greek, Northwestern 
University, 1892-93; in Botany, 1893-94. 

Residence, Blue Grass, Iowa (1899). 



606. MAY LOUISE BENNETT (DYCHE). 
Sister of No. 494. 

Born 6 Dec. 1870, at Elmira, N. Y. Prepared in Syracuse (N. Y.) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Alpha Phi. Studied 
in New York State Library School, 1892-93. Assistant in library of North- 
western University, 1891-92 ; assistant librarian, Armour Institute of Tech- 
nology, 1893-96. 

Married William Andrew Dyche (No. 365), 11 Feb. 1897, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1882 Sheridan Road, Evanston. 111. 



607. *FREDERICK ROYAL CORBIN. 

Born 24 April 1869, at Charleston, S. C. Prepared in St. Johnsbury 
Academy, Vermont. A.B. Hinman. Hinman prize. With Western Elec- 
tric Co. at the Hawthorne (111.) experiment station. 

Met his death in an explosion, July 1894, at Hawthorne, 111. 



608. MARY OLIVE FINLEY (SINGLETON). 

Born 6 Dec. 1865, at Sycamore, 111. Prepared in Sycamore High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Teacher 
in Evanston (111.) public schools, 1891-93; member of Wilmette Woman's 
Club, 1896-99; director of Boys' Club, 1899. 

Married Shelby Magoffin Singleton ('92, Law), 6 June 1893, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Olive Gertrude, born 1 April 1894; died 17 Feb. 1898. 
Shelby Magoffin, Jr., born 20 Sept. 1895. 
Mary Eleanor, born 3 Dec. 1897. 
Elizabeth Anne, born 18 Sept. 1899. 
Residence, 6532 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. 



1891] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 215 

609. RAY CLARKSON HARKER. 

Born 1 Nov. 1866, at Leadmine, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1894, A.M. 1893, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
1902, D.D., Lawrence University. Hinman. Delta Upsilon, Raymond 
debate prize; Kirk contestant. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, at South 
Chicago, 1893-98; at Appleton, Wis., 1898 . 

Married Lulu Amelia Abernethy (No. 853), 24 Aug. 1897, at Spokane, 
Wash. 

Child — Lulu Bernice, born 26 Aug. 1898. 

Robert Abernethy, born 24 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, Appleton, Wis. 



610. AMARY SHERMAN HASKINS. 

Born 19 Dec. 1864, in La Salle Co., Illinois. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. 1894, A.M. 1893, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. Hinman. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Kirk contestant. Presi- 
dent College Y. M. C. A., fall of 1890. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Pastor of Central St. Church, Evanston, 111., 1893-98; Irving Park, Chicago, 
1898 . 

Married Elizabeth Rachel McKinney, 16 June 1892, at Piper City, 111. 

Child — Jeane Elizabeth, born 16 Dec. 1896. 

Residence, 1167 W. Grace St., Irving Park, Chicago, 111. 



611. JAMES GRANT HENSEL. 

Bom 13 Aug. 1866, at Dover, 111. Prepared in Dover Academy. B.S. 
Residence, 811 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 



612. MARY BELLE HOLDERMAN. 

Born 18 Feb. 1865, near Morris, 111. Prepared in Morris Normal School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Ossoli. Gamma Phi Beta. 
Principal, Morris (111.) High School, 1892-98. County Superintendent of 
schools, Grundy Co., 111., 1898-1902. Member of Northern Illinois Teachers' 
Association, 1896 ; of Grundy County Teachers' Association, 1892-1902. 

Residence, Morris, lU. 



613. SIDNEY PAINE JOHNSTON. 

Born 29 Nov. 1869, in Chicago. Prepared in Oakland High School, Chi- 
cago. Ph.B. Deering prize; editor Northwestern World. Newspaper work, 
Chicago. Author of technical manuals in sheet metal trade; contributor to 
chess magazines and trade papers. 

Residence, 359 E. 43d St., Chicago, 111. Office, 69 Dearborn St., Chicago. 



216 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1891 

614. LIVONIA RUTH KAY. 

Born 2 Oct. 1867, at Watseka, 111. Prepared in Watseka High School, 
Danville Seminary and Northwestern Universit)^ Academy. Ph.B, Ossoli. 
Gamma Phi Beta. Typewriter and stenographer in law office of father and 
brother, 1892 . 

Residence, Watseka, 111. 



615. LINA KENNED^ (PRESTON). 

Born 8 Dec. 1869, in Chicago. Prepared in Hinsdale (111.) High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
Married Rev. Bryant C. Preston, 15 June 1893, at Rockford, 111. 
Child— FJ.ORA May, born 27 Oct. 1894. 
Residence, Osage, la. 



616. ROSE MINNIE LOGEMAN. 

Sister of No. 1179. 

Born 5 Jan. 1867, in Chicago. Prepared in Lake View High School, Chi- 
cago. Ph.B. 

Residence, 463 Orchard St., Chicago, 111. 



617. MARY MALTMAN (BASS). 
Sister of No. 618. 

Born 20 Sept. 1870, in Chicago. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Attended Northwestern University Law School, 1891-93. 
In Europe, 1894. Alpha Phi. 

Married Perkins Burnham Bass (No. 493), 10 Nov. 1896, in Chicago. 

Residence, 1027 Grove St., Evanston, 111. 



618. STEWART ALEXANDER MALTMAN. 

Brother of No. 617. 

Born 8 Aug. 1868, in Chicago. Prepared in Lake View High School, Chi- 
cago. B.S. 1893, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Phi Kappa 
Psi. Member of law firm of Dummer & Maltman. 

Residence, Ponce, Porto Rico. 



619. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MARCH. 

Born 3 Nov. 1870, at Oregon, 111. Prepared in Oregon High School. 
B.S. Adelphic prize. 1893, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. 
Lawyer. 

Residence, 5814 West Ohio St., Chicago, 111. Office, 79 Dearborn St. 



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620. MYRTLE EUGENIA MATTISON. 

Sister of Nos. 824, 1028 and 1186. 

Bom 9 Nov. 1869, at Fulton, 111. Prepared in Freeport (111.) High School. 
A.B. 1895, A.M. (History, in absentia). 1888, Bachelor of Music. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Teacher in Joliet (111.) High School, 1891-92; in Chicago Public 
Schools, 1892 . 

Residence, 1028 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. 

621. THOMAS CLARKSON MOULDING. 

Brother of No. 393. 

Born 14 Jan. 1869, in Chicago. Prepared in I^ake 'S'^iew High School, 

Chicago. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Brick manufacturer, Chicago, 1891 . 

President of the Thomas Moulding Co. 

Married Ida Thorp Staver (No. 632), 18 Sept. 1894, at Portland, Ore. 

Children — Thomas Staver, born 13 Aug. 1895. 
Ruth, born 24 Sept. 1896. 

Residence, 5949 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 1201-2 Chamber of 
Commerce Building. 

622. ROBERT KENDRICK NISBET. 

Born 20 Jan. 1867, at Evansville, Ind. Prepared in Evansville High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Manager of SyUohus. With Nisbet & Sonntag, in real estate and insurance 
business, until 1897. Now with Mackey, Nisbet & Co., wholesale dry 
goods, Evansville, Ind. Director in Vanderburgh Real Estate Co. 

Residence, Evansville, Ind. 

623. ALFRED HORACE PHELPS. 

Born 14 Nov. 1868, in Greenville, 111. Prepared in East Denver (Colo.) 
High School. B.S. 1893, LL.B. (magna cum laude), Yale Law School. 
Sigma Chi. Lawyer, Denver, Colo., with the firm of Benedict & Phelps. 

Married Ida Ferguson, 7 July 1897, at Denver, Colo. 

Child — Horace Ferguson, born 27 July 1898. 

Address, care Benedict & Phelps, Denver, Colo. 

624. GUY NEALE POWER. 

Born 19 Dec. 1870, in Burlington, la. Prepared in BurHngton High 

School. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Lawyer, Burlington, la., 1893 . 

Residence, 104 Woodlawn Ave., N., BurHngton, la. 

626. FRANK ABRAM REYNOLDS. 

Born 11 Dec. 1869, at Ballston Spa, N. Y. Prepared in Austin (Minn.) 
High School. Attended University of Minnesota, 1887-88. A.B. 1894, 



218 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1891 

A.M. 1893, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Graduate work in University of CaHfornia, and Munich, Germany. 1900, 
A.M., Harvard University. Professor of Latin, University of Southern CaH- 
fornia, 1893-95; teacher of Latin and Greek, Aiameda (Cal.) High School, 
1895-99; teacher of Latin in the Morris High School of New York City, 

1901 . 

Residence, 5 W. 125th St., New York, N. Y. 



626. ANNA ELEANORA ROBINSON (RIDGWAY). 

Born 3 June 1870, at West Union, la. Prepared in West Union High 
School. B.L. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Norton declamation prize. 
Attended Cumnock School of Oratory. Instructor in Cumnock School of 
Oratory, Evanston, 111., 1892-94; in Cumnock School of Oratory, Los Angeles, 
Cal., 1894-97; in Upper Iowa University, 1897-98. Traveled in Europe sum- 
mer of 1898. 

Married Erman Jesse Ridgway (ex-'91), 28 June 1899, at West Union, la. 

Children — Robin (daughter), born 15 April 1900. 
Eleanor, born 24 Nov. 1902. 

Residence, 51 Manhattan Ave., New York, N. Y. 

627. WARD BEECHER SAWYER. 
Brother of Nos. 435, 920 and 982. 

Born 17 Dec. 1868, at Streator, 111. Prepared in Streator High School. 
Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. Attended Northwestern University Law School, 
1891-92. 1894, Ph.M. Lawyer. 

Residence, 1031 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 184 La Salle St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

628. JOHN ADAMS SCOTT. 
Brother of No. 839. 

Born 15 Sept. 1867, at Fletcher, 111. Prepared in High School Depart- 
ment of State Normal School, Normal, 111. A.B. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. 
President Y. M. C. A., 1891. Instructor in Northwestern University Acad- 
emy, 1891-93. Graduate student in Greek, 1891-92. Same, in Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1893-97; Classical Scholar, 1894-95; Fellow, 1895-96. 1897, 
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. Student in University of Gottingen, 
Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor of Greek, 

Northwestern University, 1897 . Member of American Philological Society 

and American Archseological Institute. Author of "A Comparative Study 
of Hesiod and Pindar," and "A Tragic Fragment of Ion," in "Studies in 
Honor of Professor B. L. Gildersleeve," also "The Vocative in Homer and 
Hesiod." 

Married Tillie S. Spring, 1 Sept. 1892. 

Children — Dorothy Louise, born 13 Aug. 1895. 

Frederick Sterling, born 9 Sept. 1899. 

Residence, 2110 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1891] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 219 

629. RAPHAEL ROY SHUMAN. 

Brother of Nos. 482, 593, 840 and 1385. 

Bom 4 April 1867, in Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Prepared in Cook 
County (111.) Normal School and North Division High School, Chicago. Ph.B. 
Adelphic. Sigma Chi. Business manager iVor^/iwe-s^ern, 1890; Kirk contestant. 
Reporter, Chicago Tribune, 1891-92. Advertising manager, Deering Har- 
vester Co., Chicago, 1892-98; same, Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co., Chicago, 1898- 
1900; same, Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Chicago, and editor 'The Boilermaker 
and Sheet Metal Worker," 1900-Dec. 1902. Assistant Secretary and Treas- 
urer, A. M. Crane & Co., Inc., iron and steel jobbers, Chicago, Dec. 1902 . 

Contributor of book reviews to Chicago Tribune and Record-Herald, and of 
articles to advertising magazines. 

Married Clara Belle Pettigrew, 5 Nov. 1896, at Indianapolis, Ind. 

Child — Eliz.\beth, born 13 June 1902. 

Residence, 1610 Ashland Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, The Rookery, 
Chicago. 

630. GERTRUDE EVA SIMMONS (PEARSON). 

Born 15 Jan. 1870, at Clarence, la. Prepared in Clarence High School. 
Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Associate editor of Northwestern and of Alpha Phi Quar- 
terly. Diplomas from the Berlitz School of Languages and Professor Charles 
Marchand's School, Paris, France. Teacher in Clarence (la.) High School, 
1891-92; in Evanston High School, 1892-97 and 1898-99. Member of 
Daughters of American Revolution. 

Married Edward Jones Pearson, 7 June 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 865 Fairmount Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

631. MARTHA CONSTANCE SMITH (HYDE). 

Born 26 Feb. 1868, at Princeton, 111. Prepared in Sycamore High School 
and Rockford College, 111. Bh.P. First president Y. W. C. A., 1890-91. 
Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering and Bragdon prizes. Class day 
prophetess. Travel and study in Berlin and Paris, 1892-93. Graduate 
work in University of Chicago, in 1894 and 1897-98; also in Stanford Uni- 
versity, Cal, 1898-99, and in University of California, 1899-1900. Teacher 
of Latin and English in Northwestern University Academy, 1894-97; of 
English, Stanford University, Cal., 1898; parlor lecturer and instructor of 
Shakespeare classes in San Francisco and Oakland, Cal., 1899-1900. 

Married William Fletcher Hyde, 6 June 1900, at Palo Alto, Cal. 

Child — William Avery, bom 4 June 1902. 

Residence, 959 Bryant St., Palo Alto, Cal. 

632. IDA THORP STAYER (MOULDING). 

Born 27 Sept. 1869, at Nashua, la. Prepared in Portland (Ore.) High 
School. B.L. Alpha Phi. 

Married Thomas C. Moulding (No. 621), 18 Sept. 1894, at Portland, Ore. 
Residence, 5949 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 



220 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1891 

633. CHARLES LEWIS STEVENS. 

Born 12 March 1868, at Joliet, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Cook County (111.) scholar- 
ship, 1885. In Chicago until 1895. With Joliet IMily News. 

Married Grace Ellis McDonald, 4 Oct. 1894, at Chicago, 111. 

Childreyi— Mary Elli?. bom 16 May 1896. 

Robert Wallace, born 1 Sept. 1902. 

Residence, 203 Clement St., Joliet, 111. 

• 

634. MINNIE RUTH TERRY. 
Sister of No. 1303. 

Born 29 March 1870, at Peekskill, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1894, A.M. (Latin). OssoU. Alpha Phi. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Private tutoring in Evanston; study in Europe, 1894-95; 
substitute teacher in French. Evanston (111.) High School, 1899. 

Residence, 1812 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

636. FRED MONROE TISDEL. 

Born 7 Jan. 1869, at Belvidere, III. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1893, A.M., University of Wisconsin. 1894, A.M., Har- 
vard University. 1900, Ph.D., Harvard University. Beta Theta Pi; Phi 
Beta Kappa. Instructor in Elocution, University of Wisconsin, 1891-93; 
Professor of English I^anguage and Literature, Armour Institute of Technol- 
ogy, Chicago, 1900 . 

Married Nellie Lee Monroe, 8 Sept. 1898, at Brighton, Mass. 

Child — Nelson Clark, born 11 March 1900. 

Address, Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 

636. WILLIAM CROWELL VAN BENSCHOTEN. 
Brother of No. 455. 

Born 10 Jan. 1870, at Brooklyn, N. Y. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. 1892, A.B., Harvard University. Student in Illinois College 
of Pharmacy, 1892-93. 1896, M.D. and A.M., Northwestern University. 
Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. President of junior class; editor-in-chief of Sylla- 
bles. Interne, St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 1896-98; surgeon, Illinois Steel 
Company Hospital, South Chicago, 1898-1900. Member of Harvard Club, 
Chicago; Chicago Medical Society; American Medical Association; Fellow 
American Academy of Medicine. Attending Orthopedic Surgeon St. Luke's 
Hospital Dispensary. 

Married Katherine Louise Parr, 21 June 1899, in Chicago. 

Child— RvTU, born 27 April 1900. 

Residence, 6454 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

637. LUANNA MARIA VERNON. 
Bom 22 March 1867, at Indianola, la. Prepared in Wellesley Preparatory 
School. B.L. 

Residence, 245 North Twelfth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



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638. HARRY FAY WAKEMAN. 

Born 1 Sept. 1870, at Lincoln, 111. Prepared in Lincoln High School and 
Lincoln University. Sigma Chi. Dry goods merchant, Lincoln, 111., until 
1901 ; practicing law since that date. Instructor in Commercial Law in Lin- 
coln Business College. 

Married Kittie EUzabeth Houston, 2 Nov. 1897, at Lincoln, 111. 

Residence, Lincoln, 111. 

639. WILLIAM BRADLEY WALRATH. 

Born 20 March 1 870, in Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
A.B. 1893, LL.B., Kent College of Law, Chicago. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Cook County Scholarship, 1887. Gage and Kirk prizes. Lawyer, 
Chamber of Commerce Building, Chicago. 

Married Florence A. Dahl, 1897, in Chicago. 

Children — Hester Dorothy, bom 1898. 
Helen, born 1900. 

Residence, 1918 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

640. MYRTLE VIOLA WHITNEY. 

Born , Attended Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. A.B. Gam- 
ma Phi Beta. Instructor in Latin, Sedalia (Mo.) High School. 
Residence, Ripon, Wis. 

641. CHARLES HAMLINE ZIMMERMAN. 

Brother of Nos. 852, 940, 1318 and 1319. 

Born 12 April 1870, at Macomb, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1892, A.M. (History and Latin). 1897, Ph.D., 
Yale University. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. President of 
junior class; editor-in-chief of Northwestern. Studebaker German prize; 
Kirk contestant. Instructor in Latin, Northwestern University Academy, 
1893-1900; same, Hillhouse High School, New Haven, Conn., 1900 . 

Residence, 83 Grove St., New Haven, Conn. 

CLASS OF 1892. 

642. JOHN LEWIS ALABASTER. 

Brother of Nos. 563 and 676. 

Born 10 Jan. 1870, at Canandaigua, N. Y. Prepared in Indianapolis High 
School, South Division High School, Chicago, and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Union League Club orator, 1891. 
Secretary and treasurer The Caxton Co., school furniture and supplies, 
Chicago. 

Married Mary Plimpton (ex-'93 and daughter of No. 8), of Perris, Cal., 7 
Nov. 1901. 

Residence, 1608 Ashland Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 378 Wabash Ave.. 
Chicago. 



222 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1892 

643. WILLIAM TRACY ALDEN. 

Born 20 Sept. 1866, at Pleasanton, la. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. 1893, LL.B., Northwestern University Law 
School. Sigma Chi. Ivawyer. 

Residence, Calumet Chib, Chicago, 111. Office, 1412, 59 Clark St. 

644. HELEN BABCOCK (LATHAM). 
Sister of Nos. 531^ and 532. 

Born 29 Feb. 1872, in Chicago. Prepared in Mrs. Babcock's School, Chi- 
cago. Ph.B. Delta Gamma. Mrs. Willard's School, Berlin, Germany, 
1892-93, and graduate student {in absentia) Northwestern University, 1893-94. 
Teacher in Kenilworth, 111., 1893-97. 

Married Carlton Ray Latham (No. 770), 23 June 1897, at Kenilworth, 111. 

Residence, Wilmette, 111. 

646. ETHEL BAKER (ANDREWS). 

Born 31 July 1871, at Tiffin, O. Prepared in South Division High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Delta Gamma. Graduate work in Psychology and Litera- 
ture, University of Chicago, 1893-94. In Library School, Albany, N. Y., 
1897-99. 

Married Edmund Lathrop Andrews (ex- 90), 12 Oct. 1899, in Chicago. 

Residence, 3543 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 

646. FREDERICK WALDO BELKNAP. 

Born 9 May 1868, in Chicago. Prepared in Evanston High School. B.S. 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 1894, M.D., Northwestern l^niversity Medical School. 
Physician, Chicago. Member Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Pediatric 
Society, American Medical Association, Chicago Physicians' Club, etc. 

Married Mabelle Arthur, 11 Sept. 1900, at Toronto, Ont. 

Child — Thomas Arthur, born 24 Nov. 1901. 

Address, 385 North State St., Chicago, 111. 

647. JOHN AUSTIN BELLOWS. 

Born 9 Nov. 1866, at Guilford, Mo. Prepared in Maryville (Mo.) High 
School. B.S. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi. Congdon oratorical prize. At- 
tended Northwestern University I^aw School, 1892-93. Phi Delta Phi. 
Manager of "The World's Parliament of Religions," edited by John Henry 
Barrows, 1893-94. Traveling representative for Ginn & Co., school book 
publishers, 1894-98. Started publishing business 1 Jan. 1898, establishing 
firm of Bellows Bros. Co., of which he is president. In 1899 business was en- 
larged by establishing of Interstate School of Correspondence, Chicago, of 
which he is also president. This school affiliated with Northwestern LTni- 
versity in 1902. 

Married Cora Barney, 16 Oct. 1895, at Lacon, 111. 



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Children — Franklin Barney, born 9 Juh"^ 1896. 

John Austin, Jr., born 28 Aug. 1898. 

Esther Katherine, born 11 Sept. 1900. 

Gordon, born 30 July 1902. 
Residence, 1130 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111. 

648. LEE LEVI BENBOW. 

Born 18 May 1862, at Peru, Ind. Prepared in Mt. Morris (111.) Academy. 
Attended Carthage College, 1884-86, and University of Michigan, 1886-87. 
A.B. Graduate student in Political Economy, University of Chicago, 1892-93. 

Married Emma G. Young, 6 July 1887, at Grand Crossing, 111. 

Residence, unknown. 

649. GERTRUDE LE ROY BROWN. 

Born 28 Dec. 1870, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston Township High 
School. Ph.B. 1893, Ph.M. (Philosophy). Graduate student in Political 
Economy and Philosophy, 1893-94. Graduate student in English Litera- 
ture, 1894-95. Cataloguer in Evanston Free Public Library, 1895 . 

Residence, Evanston, 111. 

650. CHARLES HENRY BUCKS. 

Born 6 May 1870, at Monee, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary and 
West Aurora (111.) High School. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Taught in Oswego, 
111., 1892-94; in St. Charles (111.) High School, 1894-97; editor Sycamore 
(111.) True Republican, 1898; taught in East Aurora (111.) High School, 1899; 
editor Jackson County Journal, Black River Falls, Wis., 1900 . 

Residence, Black River Falls, Wis. 

661. *ALFRED WENDELL BURTON. 

Born 17 Aug. 1867, in Toronto, Canada. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon. Hinman prize. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal, Rock River Conference. Pastor at Sheridan, 111., 
1892-94. 

Married Nettie Murch, of Belvidere, 111., Nov. 1892. 

Died 8 May 1894, at Belvidere, 111. 

652. EDGAR PUMPHREY COOK, JR. 

Born 18 Aug. 1870, at Mendota, 111. Prepared in Blackstone High School, 
Mendota, 111. Ph.B. 1895, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. 
Nu Sigma Nu (Medical); Hinman; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Graduate student at Johns Hopkins University, 1895-96. Physician at 
Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 1896-97; Instructor in Clinical and Prac- 
tical Medicine, Northwestern University Medical School, 1898-1900; In- 
structor in Medicine, Chicago Polyclinic; Lecturer in Medicine, Illinois Train- 
ing School for Nurses, Chicago; physician in Mendota, 111., 1900 . Mem- 
ber of Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Pathological Society, North Central 
Illinois Medical Association. 

Residence, Mendota, 111. 



224 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1892 

(>63. WILLIAM BREEN DOBLE. 

Born 29 Sept. 1859, at Charlestown, Cornwall, England. Prepared in 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. T)elta Upsilon. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal, Rock River Conference; at Rockton, 111., 1892-93; 
Poplar Grove, 111., 1893-95; Blaine, lU., 1895-98; Hampshire, 111., 1898- 
1901 ; Nmida, 111., 1901 . 

Married Mina L. Gleasman, 29 Nov. 1893, at Rockton, 111. 

Children — George G., born 4 Sept. 1894. 
William S., born 4 July 1896. 
Eleanor, born 23 Aug. 1898. 

Residence, Nunda, 111. 

654. HENRY MAGIFFORD ECHLIN. 

Born 13 Dec. 1863, at Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Attended Albion 
College, Michigan, 1884-86. B.S. Hinman. Beta Theta Pi. Graduate 
work in the University of Chicago, 1894-95. Assistant secretary Chicago 
Society for University Extension, 1892-93; Instructor in Mathematics, 
Armour Institute, 1893-94; representative Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, pub- 
lishers, 1895-97; manager Chicago office of Chas. Scribner's Sons, 1897-98; 
same for D. Appleton & Co., 1898-1900; manager of Rochester Branch of 
New York Life Insurance Co., 1900 . 

Address, care New York Life Insurance Co., 3 Union Square, New York. 

655. ARTHUR BRUBAKER FLEAGER. 

Born 30 July 1870, at Sheldon, 111. Prepared in Sheldon High School, 
and Illinois Wesleyan University. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Read law under 
Ex-Judge S. S. Page, Chicago. Lawyer. Treasurer Illinois Charitable Eye 
and Ear Infirmary, Chicago. 

Address, 910 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

656. HERBERT ALEXANDER ERASER. 

Born 22 June 1865, at Plainfield, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. Attended University of Illinois two years. B.S. 1893, Mines 
Building, World's Fair. Teacher of Biology in Joliet (111.) High School, 

1894 . Member Board of Directors Y. M. C. A. since 1898; secretary 

Herbart Teachers' Club. 

Married Mary L. Pepper, 20 June 1895, in Joliet, 111. 

Children — Ruth Elizabeth, born 3 May 1896. 

Donald Thornton, born 7 July 1898. 

Residence, 701 Raynor Ave., Joliet, 111. 

657. MARY ELGIN GLOSS. 
Sister of Nos. 467, 468 and 957. 

Born 1 May 1870, at Elgin, 111. Prepared in Evanston Township High 
School. B.S. 1897, M.S. (Botany). Ossoli. Kappa Alpha Theta. Deering 
prize. Attended Shaw's School of Botany, St. Louis, Mo. Taught in Wau- 



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paca, Wis., and Menominee, Mich., High Schools, and in Warren Academy, 
Warren, 111. Teacher of Biology in Evanston Township High School since 
1900. 

Residence, 1919 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

658. HERBERT EUGENE GRIFFITH. 

Born 1 Jan. 1866, at Titusville, Pa. Prepared in Moline (111.) High School. 
Illinois Wesleyan University, 1883-84. B.S. Phi Delta Theta; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Graduate student in Johns Hopkins University. Teacher in Mo- 
line (111.) High School, 1892-94; Oak Park (111.) High School, 1894-96; Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry, Knox College, Galesburg, 111., 1897 : Member of 

American Chemical Society, 1899 . 

Married Carolyn Porter Adams, 18 Dec. 1897, at Oak Park, 111. 

Residence, Galesburg, 111. 

659. CLEANDER RAYMOND HARTMAN. 

Born 26 May 1871, at Polo, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Lawyer. 
Residence, unknown. 

660. HENRY RAND HATFIELD. 
Brother of Nos. 368 and 389. 

Born 27 Nov. 1866, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1897. Adelphic. Beta 
Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Kirk contestant. Graduate student Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1892-94. Fellow in Political Economy, University of Chi- 
cago. Instructor, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1894-96 and 
1897-98; Instructor in Political Economy, University of Chicago, 1898-1902; 
Assistant Professor of Political Economy, and Dean of College of Com- 
merce and Administration, 1902 . Contributor to Journal of Political 

Economy. 

Married Ethel A. Glover, 15 June 1898, at Washington, D. C. 

Children — John Glover, born 24 Jan. 1900. 

Robert Miller, born 16 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, 5825 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

661. ERNEST BRYANT HOAG. 
Brother of No. 257. 

Born 23 March 1868, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize. 1894, A.B. in 
Biology, Leland Stanford Jr. University. 1898-99, Fellow in Biology, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. 1902, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. 
1902, A.M. (Pathology), Northwestern University. Instructor in Biology, 
Throop Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena, Cal., 1895-98; same in Michigan 
State Normal College, 1899-1900; Instructor in Pathology, Northwestern 
University Medical School, 1900-02; physician, Pasadena, Cal., 1902 . 




226 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1892 

Vice-president Pasadena Academy of Sciences, 1897-98. Author of " Ele- 
mentary Technique in Histology and Bacteriology," 1895, and of a pam- 
phlet, "Milk and Water Supplies of Pasadena," 1898. Contributor to Land 
of Sunshine (Los Angeles), 1895. • 

Married Sada Blanchard Judd, June 1896, at Pasadena, Cal. 

Residence, 101 N. Los Robles St., Pasadena, Cal. 

662. NETTIE JOSEPHINE HUNT (RAYMOND). 

Born 2 Sept. 1865, at Kaneville, 111. Prepared in East Aurora, 111., High 
School. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Kirk prize. 
Graduate student in History, 1892-94. 1897, M.L., University of Wisconsin. 
Teacher of English Literature in Wisconsin State Normal School, Oshkosh, 
1893-95. Graduate student University of Chicago. 

Married Jerome Hall Raymond (No. 678), 15 Aug. 1895, at Aurora, 111. 

Address, care University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

668. ERNEST CLARENCE JOHNSON. 

Born 29 May 1872, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. Teller, State Bank of Evanston, 111. 
Married Alice Anderson, 23 Oct. 1901, at Austin, Chicago. 
Residence, 623 Cook St., Evanston, 111. 

664. LOREN HENRY KNOX. 

Born 3 Nov. 1868, at Menasha, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. Attended Northwestern University Law School, 
1892-93. Lawyer. 

Residence, 630 University Place, Evanston, 111. 

666. HOWARD EMMET LEACH. 

Born 20 April 1872, at Chatsworth, 111. Prepared in Morris Normal 
School, Illinois. B.S. 1894, LL.B., Kent College of Law, Chicago. Lawyer. 
Married Annie Lenore Riley, 17 Feb. 1898, in Chicago, 111. 
Residence, 2011 Lexington St., Chicago, 111. 

666. *EDMUND LUDLOW. 
Brother of No. 550. 

Born 28 Feb. 1870, at Ludlow, 111. Prepared in Rice Collegiate Institute, 
Paxton, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1895, M.D., 
Northwestern University Medical School, Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. Presi- 
dent Northwestern Branch of Northern Oratorical League; same of Track 
Athletic Association. Interne, St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 1895-97; 
Assistant Physician, Indiana Central Hospital, Indianapolis, 1897-1901; 
practiced medicine in Silverton, Colo., 1901-02; in Paxton, 111., 1902-03. 
Member of Marion County Medical Society, Indiana State Medical Society, 
Fellow of American Academy of Medicine. 

Died 5 April 1903, at Los Angeles, Cal. 



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667. HARRIET LOUISE McCASKY. 

Daughter of No. 21, and Sister of Nos. 897 and 970. 

Born 12 July 1872, in Chicago. Prepared in West Division High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Ossoli. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Fellow in University 
of Chicago. Taught in Chicago; in Butte, Mont., 1897-98; in Pasadena, 
Cal., 1899 . 

Permanent address, 790 W. Monroe St., Chicago, III. 

668. EMILY BUTTS MACK. 

Born 8 June 1870, in Joliet, 111. Prepared in Joliet High School. Ph.B. 
Graduate work in LTniversity of Chicago. Teacher in Joliet High School, 
1892 . 

Residence, 106 Lincoln St., Joliet, 111. 

669. JAMES MAILLEY. 

Born 3 May 1860, in Scotland. Prepared in York College, Nebraska, and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal, Nebraska Conference. Went to Manila, May 1898, as Chaplain of the 
First Nebraska Regiment. Mustered out in San Francisco, Aug. 1899. 
Married Miss W. A. Bissell, 28 Nov. 1883, at FuUerton, Neb. 
Children — Lumen Ward, born 9 June 1885. 

Charles Clark White, born 10 Nov. 1887. 
Helen Lucile, born 5 Sept. 1891. 
Residence, Stromsburg, Neb. 

670. ALBERT SHERMAN MASON. 

Born 2 Dec. 1865, at Washington, Cal. Prepared in Griffith Institute, 
Springville, N. Y., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman.. 
Delta Upsilon ; Phi Beta Kappa. Nisbet oratorical prize ; first prize Northern 
Oratorical League contest. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at La Moille, 
111., 1892-94; Wyanet, 111., 1894-95; Mt. Morris, 111., 1895-97; Joliet, 111., 
1898; Brookings, S. Dak., 1899-1901 ; Mellette, S. Dak., 1901-02. 

Married (1) Mary H. Shurtleff, 10 Aug. 1888, at Kenosha, Wis.; she died 
26 Dec. 1889. (2) Elizabeth Burton, 14 Dec. 1892, at Belvidere, 111. 
Children — Albert Burton, born 11 Sept. 1893. 
Alfred Franklin, born 11 July 1895. 
John Leslie, born 2 June 1897. 
Rowland Elmore, born 30 Sept. 1898. 
Sherman, Jr., born 16 Dec. 1902. 
Residence, Mellette, S. Dak. 



671. EFFIE WINDLE MILLER. 



Born 2 Oct. 1872, at Bloomington, 111. Prepared in Kensington (111.) 
High School. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in 
Chicago public schools, 1892 . 

Residence, 11456 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 




228 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1892 

672. HARRIET LOUISE OSGOOD (McCULLOUGH). 

Born 27 March 1870, in Brookfield Township, 111. Prepared in Mar- 
seilles (111.) High School. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Attended Colum- 
bia School of Oratory, Chicago. 

Married James Howard McCullough, 17 Feb. 1897, at Marseilles, 111. 

Child — DoROTHA Frances, born 8 Feb. 1898. 

Residence, 835 Kirkwood Boul., Davenport, Iowa. 



673. *MARY ETTA PATTERSON. 
Sister of Nos. 911 and 1038. 

Born 6 July 1869, at Wheatland, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta. Taught in Burlington, Wis., 
High School, 1892-93. 

Died 8 Nov. 1893, at Burlington, Wis. 



674. CHARLES HIRAM PERRINE. 

Born 22 Oct. 1864, at Wilton Junction, Iowa. Prepared at Moore's Hill 
and Franklin, Ind. Ph.B. Graduate study in Physics and Mechanics in 
Berlin, Germany 1895-99. Teacher. 

Residence, unknown. 



676. CHARLES ABBOTT PHILLIPS. 
Brother of No. 395. 

Bom 31 Aug. 1870, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Marcy prize. Student 
of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1892-94; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts (Paris), 1894-98. Architect, Chicago. Member of Society of 
Beaux- Arts Architects. 

Residence, 228 Greenwood Boul., Evanston, 111. 



676. MARY ROSS POTTER. 

Bom 30 Jan. 1871, at Bloomington, 111. Prepared in Preparatory Depart- 
ment of Illinois Wesleyan University. Attended Illinois Wesleyan Univer- 
sity for ten terms, and Northwestern University for two terms. A.B. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. Graduate student in Latin and Greek (in absentia), 
1893-95. 1897, A.M., Boston University. Assistant in Language depart- 
ment Illinois State Normal University, 1894-96 and 1897-99; head of Lan- 
guage department Northern Illinois State Normal School, 1899 . Member 

of Illinois State School Mistress' Club, 1898 ; secretary of same, 1899 ; 

member of Northern Illinois Teachers' Association, 1899 ; secretary, 

1900 . 

Residence, 146 W. Main St., De Kalb, lU. 



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677. CORA MONNIER RAWLINS. 
Sister of Nos. 835 and 1377. 

Born 8 Jan. 1864, at Guilford, 111. Prepared in Illinois State Normal 
School, Normal, III, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1893, 
A.M. (Greek). Ossoli. Phi Beta Kappa. Bragdon prize. Teacher in Mus- 
kegon (Mich.) High School, 1892-94; teacher of EngHsh and Latin, State 
Normal School, Valley City, N. D., 1894-95; same chair and preceptress in 
State Normal School, Madison, S. D., 1895-1902; Instructor in Latin and 
Greek, Beaver College, Beaver, Pa., 1902-03; Instructor in English, State 
Normal School, Madison, S. Dak., 1903 . 

Residence, Beaver, Pa.; after July 1903, Madison, S. D. 

678. JEROME HALL RAYMOND. 

Bom 10 March 1869, at CHnton, la. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1893, A.M. (American History), Adelphic. Beta 
Theta Pi. Graduate work, Johns Hopkins University, 1892. 1895, Ph.D., 
University of Chicago. Travel and study in Europe and Asia, as secretary 
to Bishop Thoburn, 1890-92. Lecturer in History, secretary Chicago Society 
for University Extension, and editor of the University Extension Magazine, 
1892-93; Professor of History and Political Science, Lawrence University, 
1893-94 ; Lecturer in Sociology and secretary of the Class Study Department, 
University Extension Division, University of Chicago, 1894-95; Assistant 
in Sociology, same institution, 1895; Professor of Sociology and secretary of 
the University Extension Department, University of Wisconsin, 1895-97; 
President of West Virginia University and Professor of Economics and Sociol- 
ogy, 1897-1901 ; abroad, 1901-02; Associate Professor of Sociology, University 
of Chicago. Member of American Economic Association; American Academy 
of Political and Social Science; president Department of Higher Education 
of National Educational Association, 1899-1900; member of Executive Com- 
mittee of Southern Educational Association. 

Married Nettie Josephine Hunt (No. 662), 15 Aug. 1895, at Aurora, III. 

Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

679. CHARLES LEWIS RUNDELL. 

Born 30 Dec. 1869, in Chicago. Prepared in West Division High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. LL.B., Kent College of Law. Lawyer. 
Married Maude Crumb, 12 Oct. 1898, at Rockford, 111. 
Residence, 1945 Lexington St., Chicago, 111. Office, 760, 334 Dearborn St. 

680. IDA MAY SCHOTTENFELS. 

Born 21 Dec. 1869, at Des Moines, la. Prepared in West Division High 
School. Ph.B. 1895, A.M., University of Chicago. Instructor in Mathe- 
matics, College of the City of New York. 

Address, 1230 Amsterdam Ave., New York, N. Y. Permanent address, 
4215 Calumet Ave., Chicago, III. 



230 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1892 

681. CLAUDE FRANK SHRONTS. 

Born 3 March 1869, at Momence, 111. Prepared in Momence (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academj^ B.S. 1896, M.D., North- 
western Universit}^ Medical School. Physician. Held appointment in Hospi- 
tal at Kankakee, 111. 

Residence, Momence, 111. (1899.) 



682. ANNA PAULINE SIMO^'SON (MEDDAUGH). 

Sister of No. 787. 

Born 26 Feb. 1871, in Chicago. Prepared in Clear Lake (la.) High 
School. B.L. Ossoli. Trained nurse in Chicago, 1898 . 

Married Lofton Arthur Meddaugh, M.D., 15 Sept. 1892, at Eagle Grove, 
la. ; he died 20 June 1898. 

Address, Chicago Hospital, 452 E. 49th St., Chicago, 111. 



688. JAMES GRUNDY SINCLAIR. 

Born 21 Oct. 1856, at Greencastle, Ind. Prepared in Macksburg (la.) 
High School, and Northwestern ITniversity Academy. A.B. Graduated from 
Bennett Medical College, 1883. 1888, M.D., Chicago College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. Physician. 

Married Anna Dobbs, of Creston, la., 4 April 1888. 

C/ii7d— Donald A., born 1893. 

Residence, unknown. 



684. MAUDE MARTHA SMITH (GORHAM.) 

Born 19 July 1870, at Decorah, la. Prepared in Geneseo (111.) High 
School and Collegiate Institute. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Teacher of EngH.sh Literature in Henry (111.) High School, 1892-93; 
same at Piano, 111., 1893-94; same at Salt Lake C^ty, Utah, 1895-99. 

Married Andrew J. Gorham, 12 Oct. 1899, in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Residence, 413 E. 2d South St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 



685. NEWLAND FARNSWORTH SMITH. 

Born 28 Jan. 1870, at Downers Grove, 111. Prepared in Aurora (111.) 
High School. Ph.B. Hinman. Graduate student in Physics {in absentia), 
1892-93. Graduate student in Physics, University of Chicago, 1894-96 
and 1900-01. Teacher in Keokuk (la.) High School, 1892-94; Instructor in 
Physics, Chicago Manual Training School, 1896-1901; Acting Professor of 
Physics, Iowa College, Grinnell, la., 1901-02; Professor of Physics, OUvet 
College, Olivet, Mich., 1902 . 

Married Helen Sisson, 14 Oct. 1897, at Keokuk, la. 

Residence, Olivet, Mich. 



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686. RALPH HAM SMITH. 

Born 12 Dec. 1872, in San Francisco, Cal. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academ}^ B.S. 1893, M.S. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Lawyer. 

Married Zetta Belle Walker, 3 Sept. 1896, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1640 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 1520 Monadnock 
Blk., Chicago, 111. 

687. CATHARINE JOSEPHINE STAHL. 

Born 2 Dec. 1860, at Diagonal, la. Prepared in Simpson College, Indian- 
ola, la. Ph.B. President Y. W. C. A., 1891-92. Missionary teacher, 
Calcutta, India, 1893-99; principal of branch of the Calcutta Girls' School, 
at Darjeeling, India, Jan. to Oct. 1899, and gave heroic service during land- 
sUde at that place, 24 Sept. 1899. Instructor Methodist Girls' High School, 
Rangoon, British Burmah, 1902 . 

Residence, Rangoon, British Burmah, via Brindisi. 



688. WILLIAM CASS STOWE. 
Brother of No. 484. 

Born 27 Sept. 1870, at Oshkosh, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Student of Architecture, Chicago Art Institute, and 
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France. Architect, Chicago, 111. 

Married Clara Belle Ellars, 6 April 1902, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 404 Lee St., Evanston, 111. 

689. FLORENCE MARIAN TABOR (CRITCHLOW). 

Born 6 Sept. 1868, at Lawton, Mich. Prepared in Olivet (Mich.) College. 
A.B. On editorial staff of Church Work, St. Paul, Minn.; afterward teacher. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Contributor to church papers, St. Paul and Detroit 
daily papers, and to magazines. 1903, A.M., Stanford University. 

Married Charles Blakely Critchlow, 1 Jan. 1898, at San Francisco, Cal. 

Residence, 490 Fell St., San Francisco, Cal. 

690. DANIEL WEBSTER TERRY, JR. 

Born 30 May 1869, in New York City. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Editor in chief of Syllabus. 
1892-93, graduate student in Mathematics {in absentia). Graduate work 
{in absentia) at University of Chicago. Resident graduate at Yale Univer. 
sity. 1900, A.M., Yale. Instructor in Higher Mathematics, Dickinson Semi- 
nary, Williamsport, Pa., 1893-94; Professor of Latin and Greek, Hudson 
River Institute, Claverack, N. Y., 1895-97 and 1898-99; Professor of Latin 
and Greek, Cazenovia Seminary, Cazenovia, N. Y., 1900 . 

Married Frances Marion Beattie, 24 Dec. 1900, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

Residence, Cazenovia, N. Y. 



232 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1892 

691. EDWIN HERMAN TOWLE. 

Born 19 Sept. 1869, at Falls City, Neb. Prepared in Falls City High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. *B.S. Investor, Falls City, 
Neb. PoUce judge of Falls City, 1894-95. Justice of the peace, 1895. 

Married LiUian Farington, 7 Dec. 1897, at Falls City, Neb. 

Residence, Falls City, Neb. 

692. JOHN ALBRECHT WALZ. 

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Born 19 Dec. 1871, at Kirchheim, Germany. Prepared in Karlsgymna- 
sium, Stuttgart, Germany. A.B. Sophomore Greek prize. Graduate stu- 
dent in German, 1892-93. 1895, A.M., Harvard University. 1897, Ph.D., 
Harvard. Graduate study in University of Beriin, Germany, 1897-99. Phi 
Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Instructor in German, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy, 1892-94; same in Harvard University Avhile a graduate stu- 
dent, 1895-97; Harvard traveling Fellow at Berlin, Germany, 1897-99; In- 
structor in German, Western Reserve University, 1899-'01; same chair in 

Harvard University, 1901 . Contributor to Harvard Studies and Notes, 

1897; Modern Language Notes, Vol. XVI, Americans Germanica, Vol. IV, 
and Bulletin of Western Reserve University, 1900. 

Married Esther Sellholm, 30 June 1901, at Stockholm, Sweden. 

Child— Kass Gunnar, born 19 Oct. 1902. 

Residence, 1657 Cambridge St., Cambridge, Mass. 

693. LAURA ADA WANLESS (CLOTFELTER). 

Born 19 Feb. 1871, at Constantinople, Turkey. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. University Woman's Club. Taught in Hills- 
boro, lU., 1892-93; in Butler, III., 1893-94; Harvel, 111., 1894-96. County 
secretary W. C. T. U. ; secretary Illinois Domestic Science Club. 

Married Dr. George A. Clotfelter, 26 May 1896 at Danville. 111. 

Child — Ada Margaret, born 21 March 1901. 

Residence, Hillshoro, 111. 

694. MATTHEW GOSSNER WENZ. 

Born 10 Sept. 1862, at Hazel Green, Wis. Prepared in German EngUsh 
College, Galena, 111. A.B. B.S. (hon.), German EngUsh College. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference, at St. Paul, 111., South 
Englewood, and Chicago Lawn, Chicago, 111.; at Merrill Church, Chicago, 
1901 . 

Married Millie G. Braidwood, 7 Nov. 1901, at Chicago, 111. 

Child — Florence Christina, born 31 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, 5445 S. Paulina St., Chicago, 111. 

696. WILLIAM LOUIS WILSON. 

Born 19 July 1869, at Centerville, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Fellow in Chemistry, 1892-93. 1893, M.S. 



1892] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 233 

Member of Life-Saving Crew, 1889-95; gold medal from United States Gov- 
ermnent for service at wreck of ''Calumet." 1896, M.D., Chicago Medical 
College. Interne St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 1896-98; practicing physician 

in Chicago, 1898 . Member of Chicago Medical Society and American 

Medical Association. Associate in Medicine, Rush Medical College, 1902. 

Married Julia Tyndale Milligan, 29 June 1900, at Oak Park, 111. 

Child— Pavi. Rutledge, born 12 Feb. 1902. 

Residence, 5654 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. 



CLASS OF 1893. 

696. FANNY GRACE ALABASTER. 
Sister of Nos. 563 and 642. 

Born 20 March 1872, at Elmira, N. Y. Prepared in South Division High 
School, Chicago, and Evanston" Township High School. B.L. Alpha Phi. 
Kirk contestant. Taught in Chicago, 1894-95; Assistant principal in 
grammar school at Arlington Heights, 111., 1895-98; teacher in Austin, 111.^ 
1898-1903. 

Residence, 437 S. Waller Ave., Austin Station, Chicago, 111. 



697. CHARLES SHERMAN ALDRICH. 

Born 25 Jan. 1865, at Hamburg, N. Y. Prepared in Fredonia (N. Y.) 
State Normal School -and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Delta 
Upsilon. President Y. M. C. A., 1891-92. Principal of Canton (111.) High 
School, 1893-97. Superintendent of Canton (111.) schools, 1897 . 

Married (1) Rilla Taylor, 29 Dec. 1891, at Wichita, Kan.; she died 10 
Oct. 1893, at Canton, 111. (2) Myrtle Shields, of Canton, 111., 10 June 1896, 
at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 602 N. Second Ave., Canton, 111. 



698. WILFRED FITCH BEARDSLEY. 

Born 16 Oct. 1870, at Albion, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. 
Graduate student, Johns Hopkins University, 1898-99. Instructor in Greek 
and Latin, Evanston Township High School, 1893-98; Assistant principal, 
1899-1900; Associate Principal, 1900 . 

Residence, 710 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 



699. BENJAMIN FELL BEAZELL. 

Born 13 Sept. 1865, at Webster, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Hinman. Editor and proprietor of the Chillicothe 
(Mo.) Tribune, 1895 . Postmaster, Chillicothe, Mo., 1898-1903. 

Married Bertha A. French, 4 May 1898, at Chillicothe, Mo. 



234 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1893 

Children — Mary Elizabeth, born 14 Feb. 1899. 

Bertha Ruth, born 14 Oct. 1900. 

Samuel David, born 28 March 1903. 
Residence, Chillicothe, Mo. * 



700. JOHN EDWARD BONEBRIGHT. 

Born 8 Aug. 1868, at Ambo}^, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.S. Hinman. Hinman prize. Graduate student at Chicago 
University. Graduate student in Mathematics {in absentia), Northwestern 
University, 1894-96. Instructor in Physics in University of Idaho, 1893- 
97; Professor of Physics, 1897 . 

Married Millicent Carter, 6 July 1893, at Bentonsport, la. 

Child — Donald, born 25 March 1894. 

Residence, Moscow, Idaho. 



701. MARY CHATTLE. 

Born 4 Nov. 1869, at Chatsworth, 111. Prepared, in East Aurora (111.) 
High School. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. 

Residence, 361 Seminary Ave., Aurora, 111. 

702. JAMES FRANKLIN CLANCY. 
Brother of No. 748. 

Born 7 Sept. 1862, in Addington Co., Ont. Prepared in Newburg (Ont.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Delta Upsilon. 
1892, diploma, from Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Pastor of Maris Chapel, Chicago, 
1893-94; at Lemont, 111., 1894-96; at La Grange, 111., 1896-97; of Halsted 
Street Church, Chicago, 1897-1901; at Blue Island, 111., 1901 . Pub- 
lished pamphlet, "City Mission Work of Halsted Street Church," years 

1898-99, and 1899-1900. Editor of Blue Island Tidings, monthly, 1901 . 

Married Eliza A. Holmes, 19 May 1891, at Marseilles, 111. 
Children — Donald Raymond, born 1 March 1892, 

Rockwell Franklin, born 27 Oct. 1893. 
Mark Wendell, born 1 Jan. 1898. 
Myrtle E., born 26 Nov. 1899. 
Residence, 598 Greenwood Ave., Blue Island, 111. 

703. EDWARD LAUGHTON COLEBECK. 

Born 24 April 1865, at Elksley, Nottinghamshire, England. Prepared in 
Darlington (Wis.) High School and Northwestern University Academy. 
A.B. 1894, A.M. (Latin and German). Graduate student. University of 
Chicago, 1897-98; Yale University, 1898-99; University of Wisconsin, 1899- 
1900. Professor of Latin and Greek, Western College, Toledo, la., 1894-97; 
same chair. Southern University, Greensboro, Ala., 1900 . 

Residence, Greensboro, Ala. 



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704. GEORGE ELMER COTTER. 

Born 4 Aug. 1868, at Farmington, 111. Prepared in Peoria (111.) High 
School. A.B. Delta Upsilon. 

Office, 378 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. 



705. ALVIN HOWARD CULVER. 

Son of No. 41. 

Born 9 March 1873, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1895, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. 
Lawyer, Chicago, 1895 . 

Residence, Glencoe, 111. Office, 59 Clark St., Chicago. 

706. MARY ELIZABETH DEMOREST. 
Sister of No. 574. 

Born 1 Dec. 1869, at Muscatine, la. Prepared in Muscatine High School; 
Ph.B. President Y. W. C. A, 1892-93. Alpha Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Deer- 
ing prize. Taught in River Falls, Wis., 1893-94; in Muscatine, la., 1894-95. 
in South Side High School, Milwaukee, Wis., 1896 . 

Residence, 2036 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis. Permanent address, 840 
Newell Ave., Muscatine, la. 

707. GEORGE BOYD DYCHE. 
Brother of No. 365. 

Born 19 March 1872, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1897, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. 
Graduate work in Vienna, Austria. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma 
(medical). Interne, Michael Reese Hospital, 1897-99; student in Vienna, 
1899-1900; practicing in Chicago, 1900 . 

Residence, 5345 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. 

708. ROBERT FRANCIS EARHART. 

Born 2 Feb. 1873, at Toledo, la. Prepared in Lenox College, Hopkinton, 
la. Attended Cornell College, 1889-91. B.S. Electrician. Moline, 111., 1893-97; 
graduate student, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1897-98 ; Fellow in 
Physics, University of Chicago, 1899-1900, receiving Ph.D.; Rose Polytechnic 
Institute, Terre Haute, Ind., 1902 . Contributor to Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity Circular, American Journal of Science, Astrophysical Journal, Physical 
Review, and Philosophical Magazine. 

Residence, Terre Haute, Ind. 

709. WILLIAM McDONALD EWING. 

Born 2 Sept. 1866, at Mattoon, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1895, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Phi Kappa Psi. 
Kirk prize. Member Life-Saving Crew; msdal from U. S. Government. 



236 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1893 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at North Prairie, 111,, 1895-97; at 
Desplaines; 1897-99; Cuyler, 1899-1900; WiUard, Aurora, 1900-01 ; Hinckley, 
TU., 1901 . 

Married Lucy C. Sawin, 6 Oct. 1898, at Mattooi?, 111. 

Children — Joseph Sawin, born 21 Sept. 1899. 

William McDonald, Jr., born 31 Dec. 1901. 

Residence, Hinckley, 111. 

710. EDSON BRADY FOWLER. 

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Born 14 Feb. 1865, at Buda, 111. Prepared in Buda (111.) High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman;Tau Kappa Phi (local). 
Graduate student in Electro-Therapeutics, 1894-95; in Pathology, 1895- 
96. 1896, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Nu Sigma Nu. 
Gage prize; president junior class; member Life-Saving Crew; medal from 
United States Government. Interne, Mercy Hospital, Chicago, 1896-97. 
Physician, Chicago ; Clinical Instructor in Medicine, Northwestern University 

Medical School, 1897 ; lecturer in Mercy Hospital Training School for 

Nurses. Member of Chicago Medical Society, Southwestern Medical Society, 
and American Medical Association. Author of "Municipal Government of 
the City of Chicago." 

Married Hannah Isabelle Drew (No. 752), 6 Oct. 1899, in Chicago. 

Residence, 3359 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 

711. HENRY LAWRENCE HARVEY. 
Brother op No. 472. 

Born 1870, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern ITni- 

versity Academy. A.B. 

Residence, 1023 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 449 State St., Chicago. 

712. HELEN SCOTT HAY. 

Born 5 Jan. 1869, at Lanark, 111. Prepared in Savanna High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Graduated from Illinois Training 
School for Nurses, Chicago, 1895. Graduate work in University of Chicago, 
three semesters, 1900-01. Phi Beta Kappa. Head nurse. State Hospital for 
Insane, Clarinda, la., 1895-96; superintendent of nurses, Los Angeles (Cal.) 
Sanitaria, and engaged in private duty, 1896-99. Principal of Savanna (111.) 
High School, 1900-01. Private nursing in Chicago, 1901-02. Superintendent 
of Nurses, Cook County Institutions, Dunning, Chicago, 1902 . 

Address, Dunning, 111. 

713. GEORGE PHILO HILLS. 

Born 26 Feb. 1871, at Polo, 111. Prepared in Ottawa (111.) High School. 
A.B. Hinman. Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi (Law). Member Advisory Board 
Student Control; president Northern Oratorical League; class day presenter 
of gifts. Attended Chicago College of Law three months in 1895; balance of 



1893] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 237 

preparation in law offices in Champaign and Ottawa, 111. Law reporter and 
private secretary, Champaign, 111., 1893-95; practicing law in Ottawa, 111.. 

1899 . 

Residence, Ottawa, 111. 

714. ROBERT NEWTON HOLT. 

Born 4 Nov. 1868, at Savanna, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. 1895, Ph.M. (Constitutional Law). 1895, LL.B., North- 
western University Law School. Hinman. Tau Kappa Phi (local). Editor 
Northwestern, 1892. Raymond debate prize; Marcy prize; Harris Political 
Economy prize. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Lawyer, Chicago. Justice, 
1889-1903. Assistant States Attorney of Cook County, 111., 1903 . Mem- 
ber of Chicago Law Institute. With firm of Holt & Wilcoxon (No. 734). 

Married Ora E. Wakeman (No. 846), 14 July 1896, at Park Ridge, 111. 

CMrfren— Helen, born 9 Feb. 1900. 

Margaret L., born 10 July 1901. 
Robert, born 21 March 1903. 

Residence, 2540 North 42d Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 1015 Association 
Building. 

715. GEORGE JAMISON. 

Born 10 Oct. 1870, at Libertyville, 111. Prepared in Rockefeller (111.) 
Classical Institute. A.B. Taught in Libertyville, 111. 
Residence, Cherry Valley, 111. 

716. ALVA MONROE JAYNES. 

Born in Stark Co., 111. Prepared in Illinois Wcsleyan University and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Taught school, 1893-94; since 
farmer and stock raiser. 

Married Amy I. E. Reed, 22 June 1893, near Lafayette, 111. 
Children — Twin girls, born in June 1894 ; died in Oct. 
Leonard Reed, born 13 Jan. 1896. 
William Charles, bom 31 Jan. 1899. 
Residence, Lafayette, 111. 

717. HENRIETTA MAY JENNINGS (GATES). 

Born Dec. 1869, at Mattoon, 111. Prepared in Mattoon High School. 
B.L. Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Married James Franklin Gates (No. 721), 28 June 1894, at Mattoon, 111. 
Residence, 626 Hamlin St., Evanston, 111. 

718. CHARLES DANIEL LOCKWOOD. 

Born 22 Jan. 1868, at Effingham, 111. Attended Kansas Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. A.B. 1894-95, graduate student in Philosophy; 1895-96, in Bac- 
teriology. 1896, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Hinman. 
Tau Kappa Phi; Delta Tau Delta. Physician; at Chicago Lying-in Hospital, 



238 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1893 

1896; Cook County Hospital, 1896-98; practicing physician, Chicago, 1898- 

1900; at Pasadena, Cal., 1901 . Member of Chicago Medical Society. 

Author of paper for Methodist Episcopal Congress at St. Louis, 1899, "Chris- 
tian Science from a Medical Point of View." Contributor to Northwestern 
University Medical School Bulletin, and Chicago Medical Recorder. 

Married Clara May Sanford, 5 Sept. 1898, at Platteville, Wis. 

Residence, Pasadena, Cal. 



719. MARIETTA MYRTILLA MURRAY (STRETTON). 

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Born 8 March 1865, near Macomb, 111. Prepared in Macomb Normal, 
and Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111. Ph.B. Ossoli; University Woman's 
Club. 1900, M.A.L., Canton (Mo.) Bible School. Contributor to The Editor, 
Ohio Farmer, Union Signal, Household Realm, etc. 

Married Rev. John Thomas Stretton, 27 Aug. 1893, at Evanston, 111. 
Children — Hannah Evangeline, born 6 Aug. 1894; died Nov. 1894. 
Etta Evangeline, born and died 1 April 1S96. 
Ruth Henrietta, born 3 July 1897. 
Residence, Hingham, Wis. 

720. THOMAS NICHOLSON. 

Born 27 Jan. 1862, at Woodburn, Ontario, Can. Prepared in Smithville 
High School, St. Catharine's Collegiate Institute, and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Kirk contestant. Phi Beta Kappa. 1892, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. 1895, A.M. (Philosophy), Northwestern University. 
1898, D.D., Iowa Wesleyan University. Graduate work in University of 
Chicago. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Big Rapids, Mich., 1893-94. 
Professor of Philosophy and Biblical Literature, and Principal of the Academy, 

Cornell College, Iowa, 1894 . Lecturer on the English Bible. Member of 

Upper Iowa Conference; president Board of Examiners for two terms; mem- 
ber of numerous church and college boards. Chairman of Executive Com- 
mittee Iowa State Teachers' Association, 1899, also of committee which 
organized list of accredited high schools and published State High School 
Manual, which he edited. 

Author of ''Epworth League Bible Studies," 1901-02, and of "Epworth 
League Devotional Topic Book," 1902. Contributor to Methodist Review, 
Conference Examiner, Epworth Herald, and numerous other church papers. 

Married Jane Boothroyd, 20 Aug. 1885, at Hamilton, Can. 

Children — Grace Bertha, born 1 Oct. 1886. 
Florence Mae, born 16 May 1888. 

Residence, Mt. Vernon, la. 

721. JAMES FRANKLIN OATES. 

Born 22 Dec. 1870, at Necedah, Wis. Prepared at Galena (111.) and Clin- 
ton (la.) High Schools. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. President College Y. M. C. 
A., 1892-93. Assistant Secretary Central Y. M. C. A., Chicago, 111., 1893-95; 



1893] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 239 

Secretary same since 1895. Author of book, ''The Religious Condition of 
Young Men," 1900, published by Central Y. M. C. A. 

Married Henrietta May Jennings (No. 717), 28 June 1894, at Mattoon, 111. 

Child — James Franklin, Jr., born 11 Nov. 1899. 

Residence, 626 Hamlin St., Evanston, III. 

722. WILLIAM ARTHUR PEASE. 

Born 22 April 1871, at Centralia, 111. Prepared in Jefferson High School^ 
Chicago, 111. A.B. Tau Kappa Phi. Freshman Greek prize. 1894-96, 
student McCormick Theological Seminary. Graduate work in University of 
Chicago. United States customs service until Feb. 1894. City missions^ 
1896-97. Tutor, traveling abroad, 1897-98. Teacher in Preparatory, Alle- 
gheny College, Meadville, Pa., 1898-99; in Beaver (Pa.) High School, 1899- 
1900 ; in English High and Manual Training School, Chicago, 1900 . 

Married Gertrude E. Stewart, 15 July 1902, at Irving Park, Chicago, 111. 

Residence, 2321 North 42d Court, Chicago, 111. 

723. MARY BIGELOW PETERSON. 

Born 9 April 1857, at Salem, Mass. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Phi Beta Kappa. 1890-91, 
special student in Wellesley College. Teacher of Mathematics in South Divi- 
sion High School, Milwaukee, Wis., 1893 . 

Residence, 221 15th St., Milwaukee, Wis. i 

724. CHRISTIAN AUGUST PETTERSEN. 

Born 10 Aug. 1870, in Chicago. Prepared in Jefferson High School, Chi- 
cago. Ph.B. Cook County scholarship. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher of 

Mathematics, Jefferson High School, Chicago, 1893 . Member of Electrical 

Congress, World's Fair, 1893 ; National Conference of Charities and Correc- 
tions, 1894 ; Chicago Academy of Sciences, 1899 ; American Association 

for the Advancement of Science, 1903. 

Married Anna Irene Cady, 2 July 1902, in Chicago. 

Child— A SON, born 31 March 1903. 

Residence, 2395 Lowell Ave., Chicago, 111. 

725. FREDERICK CHARLES ROBERTS. 

Born 8 Dec. 1867, at Hancock, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. Attended Michigan College of Mines, Houghton, 
Mich., 1897. Clerk in mine office, Mastodon, Mich., 1893-96; mining at Rat 
Portage, Ont., 1898; mining engineer for Oliver Iron Mining Co., Iron River, 
Mich., 1899-1902; practicing mining engineering with A. P. Silliman at Hib- 
bing, Minn., 1902 . 

Residence, Hibbing, Minn. 

726. ELIZABETH DELIGHT SANBORN (THOMPSON). 

Bom 13 Feb. 1871, at Pecatonica, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Congdon and Brag- 




240 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1893 

don prizes. Graduate work in University of Chicago. Taught in Clarinda, 
la., 1895-96; in Bedford, la., 1896-98. 

Married Ralph Waldo Thompson, 2 Nov. 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Children — Jean Sanborn, born 24 Aug. 190(1 

Donald Sanborn, born 15 Nov. 1901. 

Residence, Bedford, la. 

727. WILLIAM THOMPSON SCOTT. 

Born 25 Jan. 1866, at Paxton, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1893, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman. Gage 
prize. Kirk contestant. President of senior class. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal; at Shrewsbury, Mo., 1893-94; at Tower Grove, St. Louis, Mo., 
1894-97; at Sedalia, Mo., 1897-1902; Summit Street Church, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1902 . Contributor to church papers. 

Married Minnie Belle Harris, 27 March 1897, at St. Charles, Mo. 

Children — Hortense Lucile, born 6 Dec. 1897. 
Helen Margaret, born 9 March 1899. 

Residence, Kansas City, Mo. 

728. CHARLES KING SHERMAN. 

Born 8 April 1870, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Phi Kappa Sigma. Attended Chicago College of Law. 
Lawyer, Chicago, 111. 

Residence, 4730 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

729. *MARY KING SINGLETON (HAYES). 
Sister of No. 841. 

Bom 27 March 1870, at Meadows Farm, Ind. Prepared in Evanston 
Township High School. A.B. Alpha Phi. 
Married Avery R. Hayes (ex-'93). May 1895. 
Child — Mary Singleton, born 30 June 1897. 
Died 15 Aug. 1897, at Wilmette, lU. 

730. ALBERT LESTER STEBBINGS. 

Born 14 Aug. 1870, at Chicago. Prepared in Jefferson Township High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Graduate student in Pathology, 1895-97. 1896, 
M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Interne, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 1896; physician, Marseilles, 111., 
1898 ; health officer, Marseilles, 111., 1899 . 

Married Alice Jessamine Meek, 27 Sept. 1898, at Englewood, Chicago. 

Child — Lucile Marguerite, born 5 Oct. 1899. 

Residence, Marseilles, 111. 

731. WILBUR FISK TOMLINSON. 
Brother of No. 1052. 

Born 8 April 1870, at Wayne, N. Y. Prepared in Marion (Kan.) High 
School and Southwest Kansas College. A.B. Adelphic. ►^Delta Upsilon ; Phi 



1893] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 241 

Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, West Wisconsin Conference; 
at Kinsley, Kan., 1893-95; Winfield, Kan., 1895; Superior, Wis., 1895-96; 
Hurley, Wis., 1896-97; Glenwood, Wis., 1897-1901; Mineral Point, Wis., 

1901 . 

Married Pearl Van Doren, 6 March 1895, at Pasadena, Cal. 
Children — Charles Watson, born 1895. 

Theodore Herbert, born 1897. 
Helen, born 1899. 
George Herman, born 1901 . 
Residence, Mineral Point, Wis. 

732. JOSEPH LITTLE WALKER. 

Born 29 Oct. 1866, at Paris, Ont. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon. Graduate work in Philosophy, 1900. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Dundee, 111., 1893-98; Chicago, 
St. Paul Church, 1898-1900; Paulina Street Church, 1900 . 

Married Mary Frances Hetherington, 5 July 1892, at Racine, Wis. 

CAiW— YoLANDE Elizabeth, born 17 Sept. 1894; died 19 Sept, 1895. 

Residence, 3403 South Paulina St., Chicago, 111. 

733. WILLIS EDWARD WAY. 

Born 25 June 1865, at Geneseo, 111. Prepared in Geneseo Normal School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Delta Upsilon. 1895, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River 
Conference. Pastor at Frankfort Station, 111., 1895-97; at Wilmington, 111., 
1897-1901; at Elburn, 111., 1901 . 

Married Louise May Tullis, 5 June 1895, at Lewistown, 111. 

Residence, Elburn, 111. 

734. HOWARD THOMAS WILCOXON. 

Born 11 Jan. 1869, at Freeport, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Tau Kappa Phi ; Phi Delta Phi (legal) . Attended Chicago 
College of Law. Attorney at law, Chicago, with firm of Holt (No. 714) & 
Wilcoxon. 

Married Faerie Dianthe Bartlett (ex-'95), 17 May 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Child— John Thomas, born 21 Sept. 1901; died 16 Sept. 1902. 

Residence, 3142 Forest Ave., Chicago, lU. Office, 1015, 155 La Salle St. 

735. CHARLES DEMMON WILSON. 

Born 1865, at Morrison, 111. Prepared in Jennings vSeminary, 

Aurora, 111. Ph.B. 1895, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Pastor at Cuyler, 1895-98: 

Mayfair, 1898 . 

Married Jennie Alice Smith, 26 June 1895, at Chicago, 111. 
Children — Alice Jane, born 15 April 1896. 
Phoebe Mae, born 10 May 1899. 
Winifred Mandeville, born 15 Sept. 1901. 
Residence, Mayfair, Chicago, 111. 



242 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1893 

736. HORACE PLUMMER WILSON. 

Born 7 July 1871, at Burlington, Iowa. Prepared in Burlington High 
School. Ph.B. Hinman. Delta Upsilon. 1896, M.D., Northwestern Uni- 
versity Medical School. Physician in Ottumwa, Iowa, 1896-99 ; in Mediapolis, 

Iowa, 1899 . Served three years as private in Iowa National Guard, 

Burlington, Iowa, Secretary Wapello County Medical Society, 1897-99. 

Married Ruth Carpenter, 20 April 1897, at Burlington, Iowa; she died 27 
May 1902. 

Children — Edwin Carpenter, born 5 Atig. 1899; died 24 June 1900. 
A second son, born 16 April 1901 ; died 27 March 1902. 

Residence, Mediapolis, Iowa. 

CLASS OF 1894. 

This class in 1896 presented to the University a marble bust of President 
Joseph Cummings. 

737. MYRON LUCIUS ASHLEY. 

Born 25 April 1865, at Yorkville, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1895, Ph.M. 
(Philosophy). 1900, A.M., Harvard University. 1901, Ph.D., University of 
Chicago. 

Residence, 543 E. 55th St., Chicago, 111. 

738. WILLIAM WILD AYLESWORTH. 

Bom 9 Jan. 1866, at Mallerytown, Ontario, Canada. Prepared in St. 
Thomas Collegiate Institute, and Albert College, Ontario. A.B. Graduate 
student in History {in absentia), 1897-1902. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal, Michigan Conference; at Melrose Park, 111., 1894-95; at Kinderhook, 

Mich., 1895-98; at Shepherd, Mich., 1898-1900; at Norwood, Mich., 1900 . 

Married Theresa Louise Ketchapaw, 18 Aug. 1891, at Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Children — Isaac Brock, born 3 Oct. 1893. 
Abram Wilde, born 6 Feb. 1894. 
Ruth Roberta, born 18 April 1896. 
Mark Badgley, born 24 Aug. 1898. 
Residence, Norwood, Isabella Co., Mich. 

739. EDITH MAE BAKER (DICKSON). 
Sister of No. 1221. 

Bom 15 March 1873, at St. Louis, Mo. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Married George Edwin Dickson, 11 July 1894, in Springfield, Mo. 
Children — William Clark, born 6 May 1896. 

Margaret Cecilia, born 8 Nov. 1898. 

James Baker, born 8 March 1900. 

Catherine Marian, born 31 Oct. 1901. 
Residence, 2151 Sherman Ave., Evanston, lU. 



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1894] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 243 

740. ELVA BARBER (BAILEY). 

Born 1 Nov. 1874, at Lancaster, Wis. Prepared in Lancaster High School. 
Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta. Graduate work in Botany at Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1894-95; at Wood's Holl, Mass., on Marcy scholarship in Botany. 
Taught at Hudson, Wis., 1897-98. 

Married Nelson Barber Bailey, 19 Oct. 1898, at Lancaster, Wis. 

Child — George Ryland, born 15 Sept. 1899. 

Residence, Baldwin, Wis. 

741. JAMES KELLY BASS. 
Brother of Nos. 492, 493 and 533. 

Born 14 May 1872, at Chicago, III. Prepared in Evanston High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi; Theta Nu 
Epsilon. With F. A. Hardy & Co., wholesale opticians, Chicago, lU. 

Residence, 1027 Grove St.^ Evanston, 111. 

742. LESLIE WALTER BEEBE. 

Born 16 Aug. 1872, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Chicago, West Division 
High School. A.B. Tau Kappa Phi; Delta Tau Delta. M..I). (cum laude), 
Chicago Homeopathic Medical College. Interne, Cook County Hospital, 

Chicago, 1897-98; physician and surgeon in Chicago, 1898 ; Lecturer on 

Minor Surgery, 1897 ; Adj. Professor of Principles and Practice of Sur- 
gery, Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, 1899 ; member of surgical 

consulting staff of Cook County Hospital, 1899 . M.D., College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons, University^ of Illinois, 1902. Contributor to "Pocket 
Book of Medical Practice." 

Married Grace Martha Hudson Peters, 28 Dec. 1898, at Freehold, N. Y. 

Residence, 125 S. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

743. *ANNA MAUDE BOWEN. 

Born 15 Dec. 1873, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago, South Division 
High School. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1896, Fellow in German at Cornell 
University. Ph.D. Student in Leipsig and Miinich, 1896-98. Instructor 
in Latin and Mathematics, Martin's Ferry (Ohio) High School, 1898-99; 
Dean of Women, Professor of Art History, Assistant Professor of English 
Literature, Northwestern University, 1899-1900. 

Contributor to The Dial, The Nation, International, Boston Woman's 
Journal, Cornell Magazine. 

Died 28 Jan. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 



744. ADDISON FRED BUTTERS. 



Born 5 April 1870, at Galva, 111. Prepared in Galva High School, and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal, preaching in Illinois and Minnesota, 1894-1902. Principal of publie 
schools, Geneva, Minn., 1902 . 

Married Bertha E. Hamilton, 30 Sept. 1896, at Manito, 111. 



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244 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1894 

Children — Mabel Agnes, born 14 Sept. 1897. 

Nina May, born 29 April 1900. 

Maude Lenora, born 2 March 190^. 
Residence, Geneva, Minn. 

746. CHARLES BISHOP CAMPBELL. 

Born 1 March 1869, near Manteno, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Semi- 
nary, Onarga, III., and De Paiiw University Preparatory School. 1890-92, 
student at De Pauw University. A.B. Hij^man. Phi Delta Theia; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Delta Chi. 1897, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. 

Practiced law at Manteno, 111., 1897-98; same at Kankakee, 111., 1898 . 

Member of Senatorial Committee for 20th Senatorial District of Illinois, 1902 ; 
trustee of First M. E. Church of Kankakee, 111., 1900-02; president Kankakee 
District Epworth League, 1898-99; member of Kankakee County Bar Asso- 
ciation, 1898 ; secretary of same, 1902; member of Society of American 

Wars; member of Lt. Col. Paddock Camp, No. 57, Sons" of Veterans, Kan- 
kakee; commissioned Captain of same, 1899; commissioned Adjutant of Illi- 
nois Division of Sons of Veterans, 1899. 

Residence, CoI)b Boul., Kankakee, 111. Office, 27-28 Arcade Bldg.. 

746. DANIEL DAVIS CANFIELD. 

Born 22 July 1867, at Fleming. Ohio. Prepared in Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity Preparatory Department. Attended Ohio Wesleyan University. 
A.B. Hinman. Phi Delta Theta. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock 

River Conference, 1894-96; Ohio Conference, 1898 . Pastor of Cuyler 

Church, Chicago, 1894-95. Farming at Fleming, Ohio, 1896-97. Pastor at 
Zaleski, Ohio, 1897-98; Athens, Ohio, 1898-1900; White Cottage, Ohio, 

1900 . President of Marietta District Camp Meeting Epworth League, 

1900. Founder of West Pullman and Joyce Churches, Chicago. 

Married Cora Jeanette Brewer, M.D., 23 June 1898, at Zaleski, Ohio. 

Children — Mary Alzina, born 13 June 1899. 
Lois Adora, born 30 Dec. 1902. 

Residence, White Cottage, Ohio. 

747. FRED LEMAR CHARLES. 

Born 15 Nov. 1872, at Aurora, 111. Prepared in Austin (111.) High School. 
B.S. 1895, M.S., ^Fellow in Zoology. Tau Kappa Phi; Beta Theta Pi; 
Phi [Beta Kappa. Summer of 1893 at Wood's Holl (Mass.) on Marcy 
scholarship. Instructor in Biology, Lake View High School, Chicago, 1895-97. 
Fellow in Zoology, University of Chicago, 1897-98; Instructor in Biology, 
Lake View High School, 1898-99; Professor of Biology, Northern Illinois 

State Normal School, De Kalb, 111., 1899 . Ilhnois State President of 

Agassiz Association, 1892-93. 

Author of ''Sunshine and Zephyrs" (poems), 1896; "How to Read a 
Pebble," 1897, and 1903, enlarged. Contributor to educational journals, 
etc. 

Residence, De Kalb, 111. 



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748. DENNIS CRANMER CLANCY. 
Brother of No. 702. 

Born 2 Sept. 1864, near Newburgh, Ontario. Prepared in Newburgh 
High School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1896, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Washington 
Heights, 111., 1894-95; Cummings, 1895-97; Chicago Heights, 1897-98; 

Merrill, Chicago, 1898-99; Allahabad, India, 1899 . Secretary of the 

Bishop Thoburn Special Fund for India and Malaysia, 1900 ; treasurer North- 
west India Conference," 1900. 

Married Ella Mary Pink, 5 Sept. 1899, at Allahabad, India. 

Child — Edith Dorothy, born 2 June 1900. 

Residence, Allahabad, India. 

749. MATTHEW ALEXANDER CLARKSON. 

Born 20 Oct. 1869, at Morristown, N. J. Prepared in Cornell College, 
Mt. Vernon, la. Ph.B. Phi Delta Theta. 1896-97, graduate student in 
Political and Social Science, University of Chicago. Milling business, 1894. 
Lawyer, 1897. Instructor in Political Science in Southwest Kansas College, 
1897 . 

Residence, Cooper Bldg., Denver, Colo. 

750. JOSEPH HARRISON COLE. 

Born 21 Jan. 1865, at Woodstown, N. J. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Graduate student in Latin, 1894-95. Phi Kappa 
Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Bragdon prize. Graduate work in Latin^ Harvard 
University, 1901, winning the Bowdoin prize. A.M., Harvard, 1901 > 
Teaching Latin, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1895 . 

Married Tamar Gray, in 1898, at Los Angeles, Cal. 

Residence, 654 W. 38th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

1761. JOHN NANKIVELL DINGLE. 
Born 8 March 1862, at Cornwall, England. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River 
Conference. 
Residence. Rock Falls, 111. 
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752. HANNAH ISABELLE DREW (FOWLER). 
Sister of No. 1159. 



Born 30 March 1872, at Kankakee, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. 1895, Ph.M. Kappa Kappa Gamma. President 
junior cla.ss; Kirk contestant; class poet. Taught in grammar school, Chi- 
cago, 1894-97; in Chicago high schools, 1897-1903. Member of Chicago and 
Cook County Teachers' Associations. 

Married Dr. Edson Brady Fowler (No. 710), 6 Oct. 1899, in Chicago. 

Residence, 3359 Indiana Ave., Chicago, lU. 




246 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1894 

753. CHAUNCEY BURNE^IT EARNHEART. 

Bom 27 Nov. 1862, at Fairbury, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1894, in mission work at Streator, 111. 
Residence, Chenoa, lU. 



754. JOHN MARK ERICSSON. 

Bom 25 April 1864, at Stora Tuna, Dalame, Sweden, Prepared in North- 
western University Academy. A.B. Hi|^man. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Kirk prize. 1894-95, graduate work in Philosophy, Northwestern 
University. 1895-97, attended Western Theological Seminary, Chicago. 
In charge of St. Ann's Mission, Chicago, 1895-99 ; assistant minister Grace 
(Episcopal) Church, Chicago, 1899-1901; acting rector of same, 1901-02; 
rector of St. Luke's Church, Dixon, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, Dixon, 111. 

766. LOUIE JOSEPHINE FITCH (WHITSON). 

Born 23 April 1872, at Fort Bayard, New Mexico. Prepared in North- 
western University Academy. B.L. Kappa Alpha Theta. 1894-95, stu- 
dent in Mrs. Willard's American Home School, Berlin, Germany. Teacher 
of German, Beloit (Wis.) High School, 1895-97. 

Married Andrew Robeson Whitson, 11 Aug. 1897, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Kenneth David Fitch, born 22 Dec. 1898. 

Residence, 420 N. Charter St., Madison, Wis. 

766. JOHN EMMANUEL FLUCK. 

Bom 8 Oct. 1870, in Birmingham, England. Came to U. S. A. in 1871. 
Prepared in Elgin (111.) High School, Elgin Academy, and Oberlin Prepara- 
tory School. A.B. Hinman. 1896, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Cler- 
gyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference ; at Garden Prairie, lU., 

1894-98; Dundee, 111., 1898 . President of Rockford District of Epworth 

League, 1896, and 1898-1901. 

Married Cora B. Murphy, 15 Oct. 1896, at Elgin, 111. 
Children— RvTK M., born 10 Nov. 1897. 

Albert Daniel, born 14 Sept. 1898 ; died 27 Sept. 1898. 
Marion E., born 27 July 1899; died 7 Nov. 1899. 
Doris Marie, born 14 Aug. 1902. 
Residence, Dundee, 111. 

767. THOMAS KEENE GALE. 

Born 20 Sept. 1866, at Hampton, la. Prepared in Mason City (la.) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. 1896, 
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at 
Loomis St., Englewood, 111., 1893-98; Sacramento Ave., Chicago, 1898- 
1901; Halsted St., Chicago, 1901 . Member Board of Directors Bureau 



1894] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 247 

of Associated Charities, 1899 ; member of Executive Committee Cook 

County Sunday School Association. 

Married Clara Lenora Anderson, 27 Oct 1897. 

Children — Herbert Keene, born 13 Nov. 1899. 
Mildred Leonora, born 2 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, 211 S. Hoyne Ave., Chicago, 111. 

758. ELLA ETHEL GARY (FOSTER). 

Born 23 July 1870, at Wheaton, 111. Prepared in Wheaton (111.) High 
School and College. Ph.B. 

Married Harry C. Foster, 31 Aug. 1894. 
Address, Glenview Golf Club, Golf, IV. 

769. FANNY COOK GATES. 

Born 26 April 1872, at Waterloo, la. Prepared in East Waterloo High 
School. B.L. 1895, M.L. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1894-95, Fellow 
in Mathematics, Northwestern University. 1895-97, Scholar and Fellow in 
Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College. 1897-98, holder of Foreign Fellowship of 
Association Collegiate AlumnsR. Student in University of Gottingen, Ziirich 
Polytechnicum, and University of Chicago. Associate Professor of Physics, 

Woman's College of Baltimore, Md., 1898 . In McDonald Physics 

Laboratory, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1902-03. Member Ameri- 
can Mathematical Society. Member of Association for Advancement of 
Science. 

Address for 1902-03, care McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Perma- 
nent address. Woman's College of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 

760. GRACE ESTELLE GERMAIN (HOLMES). 

Born 31 March 1873, at Gardner, 111. Prepared in Gardner (111.) and 
Beloit (Wis.) High Schools, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Alpha Phi. Taught in High Schools of Lockport, Lacon, and Hinsdale, 111. 

Married Howard Bernard Holmes, 4 March 1899, at Gardner, 111. 

Residence, Park Ridge, 111. 

761. CHARLOTTE EVE GOETZMAN. 

Born 22 Dec. 1870, at Boone, la. Prepared in Boone High School. 
Ph.B. University Woman's Club. 1899-1900, student in New York State 
Library School, Albany. Teacher at Boone, la., 1895-98; classifier and 
cataloguer in libraries of Eldora and Algona, la., 1901; at Fort Dodge, la., 
Nov. 1901 . Member Iowa Library Association. 

Present address. Public Library, Ft. Dodge, la. Permanent address, 312 
Boone St., Boone, la. 



762. ELMER ISAAC GOSHEN. 



^B Born 16 Feb. 1871, at Farmington, 111. Prepared at Oberlin, O. A.B. 

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248 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1894 

versity, 1894; representative in Northern Oratorical League. Union I^eague 
orator. Graduate of Chicago Theological Seminary, 1899. Pastor of First 
Congregational Church, Ogden, Utah. Trustee of Gordon Academy, Salt 
Lake City, 1901-04. ^ 

Residence, Reed Hotel, Ogden, Utah. 

763. ALICE MAUD GRAY (KALLANDER). 

Born 25 Sept. 1868, at Momence, 111. Prepared in Momence High School. 
B.L. Graduate student in German, 1894-97. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Teacher at Blue Island, 111., 1894-96. ^ 

Married David Kallander, 9 Sept. 1896, at Momence, 111. 

Residence, Momence, 111. 

764. VERNON JAMES HALL. 

Born 5 June 1872, at New Milford, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) High 
School. B.S Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. 1894-96, Fellowship 
in Chemistry. 1895, M.S. 1896, Ph.D. 1899, graduate work in Lehigh 
University, 1902, graduate work in Michigan College of Mines. Assistant 
in Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts, 1896-97; Professor of Chemistry and 
Director of Laboratories in Northwestern University Woman's Medical 
School, 1897-1902; same chair. Northwestern Univ^ersity Dental School, 
1896 . 

Author of " Chemistry and Metallurgy Applied to Denti try," a text-book, 
1899. Contributor to American Chemical Journal. 

Married Sara Eleanor Anderson (No. 854), 30 Dec. 1896, at Winnebago, 111. 

Residence, 624 Noyes St., Evanston, 111. 

766. CHARLOTTE BELLE HAYES (MOVER). 

Born 18 Dec. 1870, at Kings, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Alpha 'Phi. Taught Mathematics in Fulton Business 
College, Fulton, 111., 1895-96. 

Married Harry Rollin Moyer, 9 July 1896, at Wilmette, 111. 
Children — Robert Raymond, born 16 July 1897. 
Elizabeth, born 21 Nov. 1898. 
Warren Hayes, born 18 Jan. 1903. 
Residence, 146 N. 5th Ave., La Grange, 111. 

766. ANNA LAURA HITCHCOCK. 

Born 29 P'eb. 1872, at Kewaunee, Wis. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School, and Withington School, Evanston. Ph.B. Delta Gamma. Taught 
in private school, Buena Park, 111., 1895-96; in Evanston public schools, 
1896-98; in Detour (Mich.) public school, 1900 , 

Residence, Detour, Mich. 

767. FRANKLIN LEE JOHNSON. 

Born 28 Oct. 1872, at Decatur, 111. Prepared in Decatur High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Tau Kappa Phi; Beta Theta 



1894] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 249 

Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Harris prize. Clerk in National Bank of Commerce, 

St. Louis, Mo., 1894 . Member of St. Louis Economics Club; secretary 

St. Louis Beta Theta Pi Club, 1898-99. 

Married Carrie Pitcher, 9 Nov. 1898, at St. Louis, Mo. 

Children — Franklin Pitcher, born 2 Jan. 1901, 
Milton Henry, born 6 Feb. 1902. 

Address, care National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis, Mo. 

768. CHARLES ASBIIRY KELLEY. 

Born 5 March 1868, near Waverly, O. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1896, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal, in Chicago. 

Married Amy Walter, 16 Aug. 1894, at Mitchellville, la. 
Children— WAJ.TKR Henry, born 1896; died 1896. 
Margaret Helen, born 29 Sept. 1897. 
Ralph Marian, born 1900; died 1900. 
Albert James, bom 1 March 1902. 
Residence, 8748 Emerald Ave., Chicago, 111. 

769. ROBERT JOSEPH KERR. 

Brother of No. 888. 

Born 27 Dec. 1872, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago West Division High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1895, LL.B., North- 
western University Law School. Sigma Chi; Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Delta 
Phi (Law). Lawyer, Chicago. Trustee of Unity Church, Oak Park, 111., 
1899 . 

Married Blanche Weyburn, 2 June 1896, at Rockford, 111. 

Residence, 113 S. Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

770. CARLTON RAY LATHAM. 

Born 20 Oct. 1872, at Sandwich, 111. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. 1895, LL.B., Northwestern Universit}^ Law School. Sigma 
Chi. Lawyer, Chicago. 

Married Helen Babcock (No. 644), 23 June 1897, at Kenilworth, 111. 

Child— Mary, l)orn 20 April 1898. 

Residence, Wilmette, 111. 

771. CHESTER BENTLEY MASSLICH. 
Brother of No. 901. 

Born 24 March 1872, at Union City, Ind. Prepared in Union City High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Gushing prize. LL.B., Chicago College of Law. Clerk, Farson, Leach & Co., 
Chicago, 1894-96. Manager Bond Buying Department, same house, 1896- 
98. Attorney, same, 1898 . 

Residence, 1732 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



250 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1894 

772. CLARENCE JULIUS MILLER. 

Born 24 Dec. 1871, at Auburn, la. Prepared in Cornell College, la. 
A.B. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Delta Phi (Law). 1896, LL.B., State Uni- 
versity of Iowa. Lawyer, Rock Rapids, la. Member of 52d Iowa Vol- 
unteer Infantry; served at Chickamauga, Ga. Member of Iowa State 
Bar Association. 

Residence, Rock Rapids, la. 

778. GEORGE flOONEY. 

Bom 6 May 1863, in New York City. Prepared in Centenary Collegiate 
Institute, Hackettstown, N. J. Attended Wesleyan University, Conn., 
1890-92. Psi Upsilon. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, at Lander, 
Wyo., at Hilton, Caldwell, and Mendham, N. J. 

Married Carolyn Emerson, 5 July 1894, at Haverhill, Mass. 

Child— Wandbja. McMaster, born 28 Feb. 1898. 

Residence, Mendham, N. J. 



774. JOHN PRICE ODELL. 

Born 22 March 1868, at Hampton, 111. Prepared in Port Byron Academy, 
111. Beloit College, 1891-92. A.B. Taught in Rock Island County 
(111.) schools, 1886-90; Instructor in Port Byron (111.) Academy, 1890- 
91; Superintendent Willmar (Minn.) public schools, 1894-97; teacher of 
English, MoHne (111.) High School, 1897-1901; Instructor in English, North- 
western University, 1901 . Writer of book reviews and contributor of 

verse to periodicals. 

Married Mary Ethel Vincent, 15 Aug. 1899, at Hampton, 111. 

C/u7d— Alice Louise, born 14 Feb. 1901; died 14 Nov. 1901. 

Residence, 2130 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



776. IDA JANE OKEY. 

Born 2 Nov. 1871, near Corning, la. Prepared in Corning Academy and 
lUinois Wesleyan University. Ph.B. 1899, Ph.M. (English Literature). 
Congdon declamation prize. University Woman's Club. Teacher, Corning 
(la.) Academy, 1894-96; Corning High School, Feb. 1897-1898. 

Residence, Coming, la. 



776. GRACE EVELYN OWEN (RIST). 
Sister of No. 1371. 

Born 16 Aug. 1871, at Mokena, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Married Benjamin Rist (No. 784), 27 Dec. 1894, at Mokena, 111. 
Residence 336 S. La Salle St., Aurora, 111. 



1894] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 251 

777. BAYARD HENRY PAINE. 

Born 27 April 1872, near Painesville, O. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Adelphic; Massasoit; Phi Delta Theta. Edi- 
tor-in-chief Syllabus. Principal of Schools, North Loup, Neb., 1894-95; 
Science teacher and Assistant Principal, Grand Island (Neb.) High School, 
1895-98. Official Court Reporter #or the Eleventh Judicial District of Ne- 
braska, 1898 . President, Hall County Sunday School Association; di- 
rector on State Board of Control of Nebraska Y. M. C. A. ; member Nebraska 
Academy of Sciences ; member Public Library Board, 1900; Board of Edu- 
cation, 1901 . 

Married Grace Newcomb Bentley, 15 Jan. 1902, at Grand Island, Neb. 

Residence, Grand Island, Neb. 



778. EDWARD M. PALLETTE. 

Born 13 Jan. 1874, at Wichita, Kan. Prepared in Wichita University 
and University of Southern California. Ph.B. 1895, Ph.M. (Zoology). Delta 
Tau Delta; Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; Psi Omega. 1894, 
one-half Marcy scholarship in Zoology, Wood's Holl, Mass. 1898, M.D., Uni- 
versity of Southern California. Assistant in Zoology and graduate student. 
Northwestern University, 1894-95. Instructor in Histology and Embryol- 
ogy, College of Medicine, University of Southern California, 1895-98. In- 
structor in Biology, Los Angeles (Cal.) High School, 1896-98. Graduate 
medical student. New York Polyclinic, 1901. Universities of Berlin and 
Vienna, 1901-02. Professor of Physiology, College of Dentistry, University 
of Southern California, 1900—. Practicing medicine, Los Angeles, Cal., 

1898 . Member of Los Angeles County Board of Education, 1898-1901; 

President of same, 1898-99. Member Los Angeles County Medical Society, 
University Club, Southern California Academj^ of Sciences. Secretary 
Board of U. S. Examining Surgeons, 1903. 

Residence, 223 W. 2d St., Los Angeles, Cal. 



779. HARRISON EASTMAN PATTEN. 

Son of No. 68. 

Born 29 May 1873, at Crete, 111. Prepared in Englewood High School, 
Chicago, Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman; Massasoit. 1895-96, Fellowship in Chemistry, 
A.M. Graduate work in University of Chicago, 1896. 1900-1901, graduate 
work in Physics, Northwestern Unversity. 1901-02, Fellowship in Chemistry, 
University of Wisconsin, Ph.D. Taught in Joliet, 111., High School, 1894-95; 
same in Elgin, III, 1896-97; Auburn, 111., 1897-98; Sycamore, 111., 1898-1900. 

Instructor in Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, 1902 . Member of 

American Electrochemical Society and American Chemical Society. Contrib- 
utor to Journal of Physical Chemistry, American Chemical Journal, Journal of 
American Chemical Society. 

Residence, 1109 University Ave., Madison, Wis. 



252 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1S94 

780. ANNIE HARRIET PRICE. 

Born 10 July 1870, at Polo, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. 1901, Ph.M. (English Literature). University Woman's 
Club. Graduate student in EngHsh Literature, 1894-96, 1900-01. Assistant 
Principal, Northwood (la.) High School, 1894-95; First Assistant Philips- 
burg (Mont.) High School, 1895 . «• 

Residence, Philipsburg, Mont. Home, 621 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 

781. JOHN CHRISTIi¥N RANSMEIER. 

Born 18 May 1872, at Jonesboro, 111. Prepared in Murphysboro (111.) 
High School and St. Louis Manual Training School. Ph.B. Adelphic. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student in Germanic Philology, Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1897-1901. 1898, A.M. 1901, Ph.D. Thayer Scholar, 1898-99; 
Shattuck Scholar, 1899-1900; Morgan Fellow, 1900-01. Assistant in Ger- 
man, 1899-1900. Employed in father's store, Murphysboro, 111., 1894-95; 
Principal of LTnion Academy, Anna, 111., 1895-97. Instructor in German, 
Williams College, 1901-02. Professor of German, Trinity College, N. C, 
1902 . 

Residence, Durham, N. C. Permanent address, Murphysboro, 111. 

782. HELEN GERTRUDE REED. 

Born 20 Oct. 1866, at Cairo, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student 
in EngUsh Literature, 1894-96. 

Residence, Cairo, 111. 



783. WILLIAM FRANCIS RICE. 

Born 21 Aug. 1871, at Pentwater, Mich. Prepared in University of 
Southern California and in Albion College, Mich. Alpha Tau Omega. 
Ph.B. Graduate student in Philosophy, 1894-95. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal, at Elwood, 111., 1894-96; at Buenos Ayres, Arg., 1896 . 

Secretary of South American Annual Conference, 1900. Has published 
translations into Spanish of the proceedings of the General Conference, and 
the New Constitution. 

Married Emma Jean Parsons ('92 Albion), 28 Dec. 1892, at Big Rapids, 
Mich. 

Residence, 968 Calle Junin, Buenos A3Tes, Argentine, So. Amer. 

784. BENJAMIN RIST. 

Born 17 April 1871, at Toulon, 111. Prepared in Toulon Academy and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1896, S.T.B., Boston University 
School of Theology. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Rock River Confer- 
ence; at Antioch, 111., 1896-97; at Manhattan, 111., 1897-1900; at Aurora, 111., 
1900 . 



1894] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 253 

Married Grace Evelyn Owen (No. 776), 27 Dec. 1894, at Mokena, 111. 
Children — Martin, born 4 Dec. 1896. 

Evelyn, born 7 May 1898. 

Dorothy, born 5 Oct. 1900. 

Frances Mary, born 20 Sept. 1902. 
Residence, Aurora, 111. 

785. *JOSEPH FRANCIS ROBERTS. 

Born 8 Sept. 1867, at Hancock, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versit}- Academy. A.B. Delta Tau Delta. Went to Chile as missionary, 
1896. 

Died 19 July 1897, at Iquique, Chile. 

786. iVIINNIE GERTRUDE SEAGER. 

Sister of No. 1295. 

Born 2 May 1872, at Rochester, Minn. Prepared in Hamline Preparatory 
School, Minn. 1890-91, student at Hamline University. B.L. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. Traveled in Europe, 1900. Teacher of German and Latin, 
St. James (Minn.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, St. James, Minn. 

787. IDA SOPHIA SIMONSON. 
Sister of No. 682. 

Born 6 July 1872, in Chicago. Prepared in Clear Lake (la.) High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta. Gradu- 
ate work in University of Chicago. Teacher of English, Buchanan College, 
Troy, Mo., 1894-97; In.structor in EngUsh, Iowa State College, 1899-1901; 
Teacher of Literature, Northern Illinois State Normal School, DeKalb, 111., 
1901 . 

Residence, 336 College Ave., DeKalb, 111. 

788. SAMUEL TUPPER SMETTERS. 

Born 12 Sept. 1871, near Waverly, 111. Prepared in Waverlj'^ (111) High 
School and Northwestern I^niversity Academy. A.B. 1896, B.S. in 
Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Civil engineer 
with Hansell & Elcock P'oundry Co., Chicago, 1896-97; same with Nelson 
Morris k, Co., Chicago, 1897-98; same with lUinois Steel Co., South Chicago, 
1898-1900; with Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridge Co., Chicago, 1900 . 

Married Minnie Cecelia PhiUips, 10 Jan. 1901, in Chicago. 

Residence, 2.54 E. 60th St., Chicago, 111. Office, 1616 Monadnock Blk. 

789. ANNA MITCHELL SMITH. 

Born 1 Jan. 1872, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. B.L. Delta Gamma. 

Residence, 1231 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 



254 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1894 

790. MYRA EMILY TUBES (RICKETTS). 

Born 3 Nov. 1871, at Kirkwood, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gammfi. Has traA^eled and given 
private instruction in Elocution. 

Married Howard Taylor Ricketts (ex-'94), 18 April 1900, at Kirkwood, 111. 

Residence, Kirkwood, 111. 

791. MINNIE BELLE TURNER. 

Born 6 April 1872, at Piqua, O. Prepared in Evanston (111.) Township- 
High School. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Cook County (111.) scholarship. 
Residence, 2022 Harrison St., Evanston, 111. 

792. EFFYAN REEL WAMBAUGH. 

Born 14 April 1870, at Dayton, O. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in West Side High School,. 
Cleveland, O., 1894-96; Instructor in Cumnock School of Oratory, North- 
western University, 1896-98. Teacher in Evanston Township High School,. 
1898 . 

Residence, 1726 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

793. ELIAS WILBUR WARD. 

Born 1 March 1864, at Wenona, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary^ 
Aurora, 111. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. 1895, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Rock River Conference; at Wilton Center, 
1899-1901; Sheridan and Northville, 111., 1901-02; Seneca and Manlius, 111.^ 
1902 . 

Residence, Seneca, 111. 

794. MILTON BRYANT WILLIAMS. 

Born 24 Aug. 1869, in Prince Edward County, Ont. Prepared in Albert 
College, Ontario. A.B. Graduate work in LTniversity of Chicago. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal, at Moreland, 111., 1894-96; at Aurora, 111., 1896- 
99; at Ashland Boulevard Church, Chicago, 1899-1900; at St. Paul Church, 

Chicago, 1900 . 

Married Lilian Millicent Reynolds, 25 Sept. 1893, in Chicago. 
Children — Julian Raymond, born 7 Sept. 1894. 
Justin Clement, born 1 April 1896. 
Carroll Reynolds, born 3 July 1898. 
Miriam Beth, born 19 Aug. 1900. 
Residence, 503 West Congress St., Chicago, 111. 

795. JARED WILSON YOUNG. 

Born 4 Jan. 1872, at Gettysburg, Pa. Prepared in Kansas City (Mo.) 
High School. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi ; Theta Nu Epsilon ; Phi Delta Phi (Law) ; 



1894] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 255 

Phi Beta Kappa. 1897, LL.B., St. Louis Law School, Washington Univer- 
sity. Journalist, St. Louis, Mo., 1895-97; lawyer, St. Louis, 1897-01; 

with Liquid Carbonic Acid Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 1901 . Sergeant, 

Company M, First Mo. United States Volunteer Infantrj^, at Chickamauga, 
summer of 1898. 

Office, cor. Wells and Michigan Sts., Chicago, 111. 



CLASS OF 1895. 

This class has in trust with the University a fund now amounting to $457.48, 
the annual income from it being used for additions to the Library. 

796. ALMON CLARENCE ABEL. 

Born 1 Feb. 1868, at Saginaw, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Gage prize. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, at Hamlin Ave., Chicago, 1895-98; at 
Rogers Park, Chicago, 1898-01; Trinity Church, Chicago, 1901 . 

Married Katharine A. Stowe, 27 Feb. 1894, in Chicago. 

Residence, 2519 Indiana Ave., Chicago, III. 

797. MARY LUCINDA ANDERSON. 
Sister op No. 1060. 

Born 9 Feb. 1873, at Sheldon, 111. Prepared in Sheldon High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Teacher in Chicago public 
schools. On leave of absence in Albuquerque, N. Mex., 1900. Now teaching 
in public schools of Raton, N. Mex. 

Residence, Raton, N. Mex. Home, Sheldon, 111. 

798. WALTER SIMPSON ASHER. 

Born 3 May 1872, in Henderson County, 111. Prepared in Southwest 
Kansas College, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Delta 
Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Congdon prize. Graduate student in History, 
1901-02. Principal of public school, Maywood, 111., 1895-97; Austin, 111., 
1897-98; teacher of Mathematics and History, Blue Island (111.) High School, 
1899-01. Instructor in New Trier To\\Tiship High School, Winnetka, 111., 
1901 . 

Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

799. PETER CHARLES ATKINSON. 

Born 1 Aug. 1865, at Edinburgh, Scotland. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. Ph.B. Secretary Y. M. C. A., Hyde Park, Chicago. 
Married Ida G. Walrath, July 1896, in Chicago. 
Residence, 5701 Rosalie Court, Chicago, 111. 



256 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1895 



800. CAREY CULBERTSON. 

Born 5 Oct. 1871, at Piper City, 111. Prepared in Rochester (N. Y.) Free 
Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi; Theta Nu Epsilon. Graduate student in Pa- 
thology, 1897-99. 1898, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. 
Interne, Chicago Lying-in Hospital, 1898-99; practicing medicine at Piper 

City, 111., 1899 . Member American Medical Association, Illinois State 

Medical Society; vice-president Tri-County Medical Society, 1902. Literary 

editor The Club-Fellow, Chicago, 1900 . Contributor of articles to the 

Chicago Clinic, and of stories, etc., to vai^ous magazines. Physician, Piper 
City, 111., 1899-1903. Graduate student, Vienna, 1903 . 

Married Katherine Graham, 20 June 1900, at Manitowoc, Wis. 

Child—JoKN Carey, born 24 Oct. 1901. 

Residence. Piper City, 111. 

801. FRANCIS ACHILLES DAVIS. 

Born 27 Sept. 1874, at LoAvell, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1899, M.D., Northwestern University 
Medical School. Interne at Mercy Hospital, Chicago, 1899-01 ; since practic- 
ing medicine. Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Medical School, 1901-02. Instructor in Anatomy, Mercy Hospital 
Training School, 1900-02. 

Residence, 1206 Garfield Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

802. JOHN RUSSELL DENYES. 

Born 24 Jan. 1869, near Brookfield, Mo. Prepared in Academy of Uni- 
versity of the Pacific. A.B. Adelphic. 1897, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. Foreign missionary ; pastor of Malay Methodist Episcopal Church and 
teaching in Anglo-Chinese School, Singapore, S. S., Malaysia, 1897 . Cor- 
respondent for Northwestern Christian Advocate, 1901 . 

Married Mary Jane Owens, 9 Dec. 1897, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Mary Emzareth, born 24 April 1899. 

Residence, Singapore, S. S., Malaysia. 

803. ANNA GRACE DUNLOP (HOUSTON). 

Born 23 Dec. 1871, at Dwight, 111. Prepared in Dwight High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. University Woman's Club; Phi 
Beta Kappa. Taught in Wheaton (111.) High School, 1895-97. 

Married Dr. Grant Houston, 15 Sept. 1897, at Dwight, 111. 

Residence, 102 Buell Ave., JoUet, 111. 

804. CLARA BELLE ECKERT (COBB). 
Sister of No. 1010. 

Born Nov. 1869, at Eliota, Iowa. Prepared in Northwood (la.) High 
School and Cornell College, la. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta. Dewey prize. 
Married Wilbur Cliff Cobb, 31 Dec. 1895, at Northwood, la. 
Residence, Onawa, la. 



1895] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 257 

806. JESSICA LOUISE EDDY. 

Born 4 March 1872, at Middlebury, Vt. Prepared in Middlebury High 
School. A.B. 

Residence, Middlebury, Vt. 

806. WILLIAM LINCOLN EDDY. 

Born 21 May 1865, at Harmony, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Hinman. Canvassed in Marengo, 111., 1895. 
Farmer, Harmony, 111., 1896-97. Bookkeeper, Evanston, 1897-99. Far- 
mer, Harmony, 1899 . 

Married Mrs. Anna Thompson, 19 Oct. 1899, at Woodstock, 111. 

Address, Marengo, 111., R. F. D. 

807. ERNEST HAMMOND EVERSZ. 
Brother of No. 808. 

Born 3 Aug. 1872, at Oberlin, O. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
A.B. Beta Theta Pi ; Theta Nu Epsilon. Harris prize. Manager Chicago 
house of Redmond Kerr & Co., bankers, Chicago. 

Married Ruth May Swift, 5 Nov. 1902, in Chicago. 

Residence, 3323 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

808. JESSIE ELIZA EVERSZ (MANCHESTER). 

Sister of No. 807. 

Born 22 Aug. 1874, at Pittsfield, O. Prepared in Evanston Township 
High School. B.L. Kappa Alpha Theta. Teacher of German, Evanston, 
111., 1898-99. Assisted Professor James T. Hatfield in the preparation of two 
pamphlets of German composition, based on Storm's "Immensee" and Von 
Hiller's "Holier als die Kirche." 

Married Harry Stewart Manchester, 6 Sept. 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Morgan Eversz, born 5 July 1902. 

Residence, 818 Grand Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

809. JOHN EDWARD GEORGE. 

Born 12 May 1865, near Braceville, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Semi- 
nary, Onarga, 111. Entered college on state scholarship. Ph.B. Hinman; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Member of United States Life-Sav- 
ing Crew; Cushing prize in Economics. 1896-97, student at Harvard Uni- 
versity on Chicago Harvard Club scholarship. 1897, A.M., ihid. 1897-98, 
Robert Treat Paine Fellow at Harvard Universit}^; reappointed in 1898, with 
leave to study abroad. 1899, Ph.D., Universit}'- of Halle, Germany. Instruc- 
tor in Economics and History, Grand Prairie Seminary, 1895-96; secretary 
and statistician of Improved Housing Association, Chicago, 1899-1900; 
Instructor in Roxbury Latin School, Boston, Mass., 1900; Instructor in Politi- 
cal Economj^, Northwestern University, 1900^01 ; Assistant Professor, 1901 . 

Member of American Economic Association. 



258 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1895 

Author of "The Saloon Question in Chicago," in American Economic 
Association Studies, 1897; "The Coal Miners' Strike of 1897," in Quarterly 
Journal of Economics, Jan. 1898; "The Settlement in the Coal Mining Indus- 
try," ibid., July 1898; "The Chicago Building Trades Conflict of 1900," ibid., 
May 1900; "Die Verhaltnisse des Kohlenbergbaues in den Vereinigten Staat- 
en," (Doctor's thesis, Halle), in Conrad's "Jahrbiicher fiir Nationalokonomie 
und Statistik," Oct. and Nov. 1899; reviews of Koren's "Economic Aspects of 
the Liquor Problem," Sanger's "Place of Compensation in Temperance Re- 
form," Van Zanten's "Arbeiterschutzgesetzgebung in den europaischen 
Landem," "Protokoll iiber die aus 27. und 28. Juni 1901 abgehaltene Con- 
ferenz betreffend die Ausgestaltung der Arbeitsvermittlungsstatistik," San- 
der's "Moderne Arbeiterbewegung in England," "Report of the Chief Labour 
Correspondent on the Strikes and Lockouts of 1900," Second Abstract of 
Foreign Ijabour Statistics, in Journal of Political Economy for March 1900 and 
March and June 1902; articles on "German Colonization", "Germany's Colo- 
nial Policy," "Questions of Paramount Importance in the Strike of the Ma- 
chinists," (reprinted in Public Policy), in Chicago Record-Herald, 1901 ; review 
of Levasseur's "American Workman," in Annals of the American Academy of 
Political and Social Science, 1901; review of Roberts' "Anthracite Coal In- 
dustry," in Political Science Quarterly, June 1902. 

Married Adda May Gentry, 12 July 1898, at Galesburg, III. 

Child — Margaret, born 3 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, 731 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

810. FRANK WESLEY GRIFFITH. 

Born 18 Nov. 1872, at Oilman, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, Au- 
rora, 111. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Student in Law School, University of 
Michigan, 1895 . With Ellsworth & McNair, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. 

Address, Bam 6^ Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. 

811. FRED LINCOLN GUTHRIE. 

Bom 11 Feb. 1865, at Jacksonville, 111. Prepared in Southwest Kansas 
Conference College and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. 
1898, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at 
Unionville, Mo., 1898-99; missionary, Hinghua, China, 1899 . 

Residence, Hinghua, via Foochow, China. 

812. WILLIS D. HANDLEY. 
Born 30 Oct. 1872, at Rockville, Ind. Prepared in De Pauw University. • 
B.S. Delta Tau Delta. 
Residence, Monon, Ind. 

813. FRED STEWART HAVEN. 

Born 3 June 1868, at New Lenox, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Phi Delta Theta; Delta Chi. Editor-in-chief 
Northwestern, 1893-94. Kirk contestant. 1897, LL.B., Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School. Lawyer, Joliet, 111., 1897 . 

Residence, Young Building, Joliet, 111. 



1895] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 259 



814. CHARLES HAZZARD. 

Born 14 July 1871, at Peoria, 111. Prepared in Peoria High School. Ph.B. 
Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. 1895, one term graduate work in Zoology. 
1898, D.O., American School of Osteopath}^, Kirksville, Mo. Attended School 
of Anatomy and Physiology, Chicago. Laboratory Assistant in Zodlogy, 
Northwestern University, 1895; Assistant to Dr. H. M. Still, Chicago, 1896-97; 
member of faculty and staff physician, American School of Osteopathy, 
1897-1900. 

Author and publisher of "Principles of Osteopathy," three editions. 
(Contributor to American Osteopath, Journal of the Science of Osteopathy, etc. 

Married Theodora Thoburn Craven (daughter of No. 63), 20 April 1897, at 
Evanston, III. 

C/iz7^— Dorothea, born 24 April 1898. 

Residence, 303 Chambers Ave., Peoria, 111. 

815. DANIEL JAMES HOLMES, JR. 
Brother of No. 884. 

Born 3 Nov. 1872, at Mendota, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Alumni fellow- 
ship. 1895-96, Junior fellowship in Latin, University of Chicago, studying 
in American School of Classical Studies, Rome, Italy. Instructor in Classics, 
Allegheny College, Pa., 1896-97; travel as tutor in Europe, 1897; rest and 
travel in United States, 1897-99; business on Piru Rancho, Ventura Co., Cal., 
1899-1900; business with Hotel del Coronado, Coronado, CaL, 1900-02. 

Residence, Palatine, III. 

816. GEORGE JACOB HOUGH. 

Born 23 June 1S72, at Alban}', N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. 1895-96, graduate work in Chemistry. Chemist, 
Mexico City, Mexico. 

Married Albertina Heyneman, 14 Aug. 1902, at Mexico City. 

Residence, Mexico City, Mex. Permanent address, 2235 Sheridan Road,^ 
Evanston, III. 

817. NINA FOSTER HOWARD. 

Sister of No. 544. 

Born 2 Feb. 1873, at Glencoe, III. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Delta Gamma. Occupied with editorial work since 1899. 
President national fraternity of Delta Gamma, 1897. 

Residence, Glencoe, III. 

818. JOHN JACOB JANSSEN. 

Born 25 Sept. 1862, at Ober Kerbswalde, West Prussia. Prepared in 
Northwestern University Academ3^ A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episco- 
pal; at Marshall, Mo., 1895-98; Schell City, 1898-1902; Seneca, 1902 . 

Married Lizzie Laidley, 24 July 1894, in Chicago, 111. ; she died 9 Dec. 1899. 

Residence, Seneca, Mo. 



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260 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ' [1895 

819. EDITH VIOLA JORDAN (HAYS). 

Born 22 Dec. 1871, near Mt. Vernon, la. Prepared in Cornell (College, 
la. B.L. Alpha Chi Omega. * 

Married Joseph Weller Hays, 14 Aug. 1895, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 300 Winthrop Ave., Chicago, 111. 

820. HUGH KENNEDY. 

Born 8 Aug. 1866, at Grand Rapids, JMich. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. Ph.B. Hinnian. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; 
at Sherman, Mich., 1895-99; Traverse City, 1899 . 

Married Isabel Hashbarger, 19 May 1896, at Gitchel, Mich. 

Child — Carla Lucile, born 27 Aug. 1898. 

Residence, 126 N. Spruce St., Traverse City, Mich. 

821. FRANK HARDY LANE. " 

Bom 30 Jan. 1870, at Deer Isle, Me, Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. 1896, graduate of Cumnock School of Oratory. 1899, Ph.M. (English 
Literature). Hinman. Teacher at Oberlin, O., 1896-98; at Winfield, Kan., 
fall of 1898; teacher of English and Oratory, Naperville, 111., 1900 . 

Married EUza Trimble, 9 Sept. 1899. 

Residence, Naperville, 111. 

822. FRANK McELWAIN. 

Born 30 April 1873, at Cedar Falls, la. Prepared in Cedar Falls public 
schools and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. 
With Dry Goods Reporter, Chicago, 1895-97; President of International Fur 
and Robe Co., 1898-1901. Now with firm of Frank McElwain & Co., whole- 
sale fur dealers, Chicago. 

Married Bertha Thompson, 6 June 1900, at Chicago, 111. 

Child — John, born . 

Residence, 2159 AVest Adams St., Chicago, 111. Office, 254 East Monroe St. 

823. *FRANK FREEMAN MARSDEN. 

Born 20 Sept. 1870, at Fennimore, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. 1897, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Cashier, State Bank of Fennimore, Wis. 

Died 24 March 1902, at San Antonio, Texas. 

824. MORTIMER WHEELER MATTI80N. 
Brother of Nos. 620, 1028 and 1186. 

Born 9 Jan. 1874, at De Kalb, 111. Prepared in Joliet (111.) High School. 
Ph.B. 1897, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Advance man 
for Slayton & Redpath Lyceum Bureaus during parts of 1895, 1896 and 1897, 
vCompiled and published city directory of Aurora, 111., 1897. Practicing law 



1895] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 261 

in Chicago, 1898 . Attorney for Citizens' League of Chicago, 1901-02. 

City attorney for Evanston, 111., 1901 . 

Residence, 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 1015, 155 La Salle St., 
Chicago, 111. 

826. ANNIE MARCY MILLER (SCOTT). 
Sister of No. 904. 

Born 22 Jan. 1871, at Lockport, 111. Prepared in Peoria (111.) High 
School. A.B. Alpha Phi. 1895-96, graduate work in German. 1898-1900, 
student in Universities of Leipsic and Halle, Germany. 1900, Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Halle. Teacher in Peoria (111.) High School, 1896-98. 

Author of pamphlet ''Uber das Verhaltnis von Dryden's 'State of Inno- 
cence' zu Milton's 'Paradise Lost.'" 

Married Walter Dill Scott (No. 839), 21 July 1898, in Chicago, 111. 

Residence, 562 Willard Place, Evanston, 111. 

826. MARY HENRIETTA MOORE (JONES)'. 
Sister of No. 908. 

Born 12 July 1871, at Rushville, 111. Prepared in Rushville (111.) High 
School. 1890-92, attended De Pauw University. A.B. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Teacher in Wilmette (111.) High School, 1895-96. 

Married Robert R. Jones, 24 Nov. 1898, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Robert James Moore, born 27 Jan. 1902. 

Residence, 1636 Kenmore Ave., Chicago, 111. 

827. CLIFFORD LINCOLN MYERS. 

Born 7 June 1866, at Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O. Prepared in Wood- 
ward High School, Cincinnati, and Northwestern University Academy. 
Ph.B. Phi Kappa P&i. 1895, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal, Cincinnati Conference; at Lin wood, Cincinnati, 1895- 

1900; at Germantown, O., 1900-01; Christie Church, Cincinnati, 1901 . 

Teacher in Elizabeth Gamble Training School for Deaconesses. 

Married Nellie Purdy Davis, 19 June 1900, at Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O. 

Residence, 422 Elizabeth St., Cincinnati, O. 

828. ANNA NEIGLICK (BIGELOW). 

Sister of No. 1275. 

Born 2 July 1872, at Winnetka, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. B.S. 1896, M.S. (Zoology). Graduate student University of 
Chicago; same, Columbia University, New York, 1900-01. Assistant in 
Zoology, Northwestern University, 1895-96; teacher of Biology in Mar- 
shalltown (la.) High School, 1896-98; Assistant and Fellow in Zoology, 
Northwestern University, 1898-1900; teacher of Biology, New York City, 
1900-01 ; Assistant in Biology, Teachers' College, Columbia University, New 
York, 1902 . 

Married Maurice Alpheus Bigelow, 6 June 1900, at Chicago. 

Address, care Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 



262 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1895 

829. WILLIAM ALBERT NEWING. 

Born 18 July 1866, at Boughton, Kent, England. Prepared in North- 
western University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at 
Marshall, Wis., 1896-97; Fond du Lac, 1897-98; Seymour, 1898-1901; 
Sheboygan, 1901 . 

Married Maude Evelyn Tiffany, 29 April 1896, at Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Children — William Bowyer, born 24 Sept. 1898. 
Inez Marguerite, born 27 May 1900. 

Residence, Sheboygan, Wis. * 



830. HARRY PUTNAM PEARSONS. 
Son of No. 23. 

Born 15 Jan. 1873, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi; Theta Nu Epsilon; Delta Chi (Law). 
1895-96, graduate student, Columbia University, New York. 1898, LL.B., 
Northwestern University Law School. With Pearsons-Taft Land Credit 
Company, Chicago. 

Married Frances Keyes, 8 Feb. 1900, at Kenil worth, 111. 

C/ii7d— Frances, born 3 Nov. 1901. 

Residence, 1816 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 140 Dearborn St., 
Chicago. 

831. MARY ELIZABETH PEGRAM (LUMPKIN). 

Born 20 Dec. 1872, in Green Co., Illinois. Prepared in Carrollton (111.) 
public schools. Ph.B. Delta Gamma. Assistant principal Carrollton (111.) 
High School, 1896-97; same at Roodhouse, 111., 1898-99. 

Married Clement John Lumpkin, 27 June 1899, at Carrollton^ 111. 

Residence, Carlinville, 111. 



832. JESSIE ROGERS PHILLIPS. 

Born 13 July 1873, at Menominee, Mich. Prepared in Menominee High 
School and Northwestern LTniversity Academy. Ph.B. 1897, Ph.M. 
(French). Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Residence, Menominee, Mich. 



833. MARY JANE PIERSON (METTLER). 
Sister of Nos. 1118 and 1375. 

Born 8 Oct. 1868, at Parma, Mich. Prepared in Cornell College, Iowa. 
Ph.B. Teacher at Bozeman, Mont., 1895-97; principal of high school at 
Schuyler, Neb., 1897-98. 

Married Wayne Mettler, 28 Dec. 1898, at Wilmette, 111. 

Child— EiMK Lucy, born 11 Oct. 1899. 

Residence, 814 Rockwell St., Kewanee, 111. 



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834. JAMES POTTER. 

Bom 16 Oct. 1866, near Carthage, Mo. Prepared in Carthage Collegiate 
Institute. A.B. Delta Tau Delta; Hinman; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate 
student in Philosophy {in absentia), 1899 . Clergyman, Methodist Epis- 
copal; at Hume, Mo., 1895-98; Mt. Vernon, 1898-99; Lyndon, 111., 1899- 
1901 ; Walnut, 1901 . 

Married Annie May Rogers, 3 March 1898. 

Child — Frances Eudora, born 21 Jan. 1899. 
Paul Milton, born 22 July 1901. 

Residence, Walnut, 111. 

836. DAVID BENJAMIN RAWLINS. 
Brother of Nos. 677 and 1377. 

Born 21 Feb. 1871, at Guilford, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Raymond prize. 
Principal Du Quoin (111.) High School, 1895-96; superintendent of schools, 

Du Quoin, 111., 1896 . 

Married Millie Anna Bigbee, 14 Aug. 1895, at Milledgeville, 111. 
Children — Lemmon Parker, born 24 June 1896; died 21 Aug. 1896. 
Edward Bigbee, born 26 May 1898. 
Benjamin Wade, born 15 Nov. 1899. 
Residence, 1230 Park Place, Quincy, 111. 

836. CLARENCE HALL ROBISON. 

Born 8 Feb. 1873, at Saybrook, 111. Prepared in Piqua (O.) High School. 
Ohio Wesleyan University. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. 1897, A.M. (Zoology). 
Graduate work at Woods Holl, Mass., summer of 1896. Graduate work at 
University of Chicago, 1897-98, and 1900-01. Instructor in Biology, 
Armour Institute, Chicago, 1895-98; laboratory assistant in Vertebrate 
Anatomy and Physiology, Northwestern University, 1898-99; Instructor in 
Biology, Oak Park (111.) High School, 1900 . 

Residence, 209 Wesley Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

837. *ELLA ALMEDA ROSS (HALL). 

Born 26 May 1868, at Hume, 111. Prepared in Northern Illinois Normal 
School, Dixon, lU., and Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111. Entered college 
on Congressional scholarship. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student 
in English Language (in absentia), 1896-97. Assistant principal North- 
wood (la.) High School, 1895-96. 

Married Ooman Frederick Hall, 3 Sept. 1896, at Harmon, 111. 

Died 7 July 1897, at Harmon, 111. 

838. CARLA FERN SARGENT. 

Born 1 Jan. 1873, at Butler, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Principal Mar- 



264 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1895 

seilles (111.) High School, 1895-96; teacher, Duluth (Minn.) High School, 
1896-97; Instructor in Latin, Northwestern University Academy, 1897-1901; 

Instructor in History, ibid., 1901 . Resident teacher, Pearsons Hall, 

1899 . 

Residence, 627 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

839. WALTER DILL SCOTT. 

Brother of No. 628. 

Born 1 May 1869, at Cooks ville, 111. Prepared in Illinois State Normal 
University. A.B. President Y. M. C. •A., 1893-94. Phi Beta Kappa. 
1895-98, student at McCormick Theological Seminary; 1898-99, student 
at University of Halle, Germany; 1899-1900, student at Leipzig, Germany. 
1900, Ph.D., Leipzig. Insti-uctor in Psychology and Pedagogy, North- 
western University, 1900-01 ; Assistant Professor of Psychology and Peda- 
gogy, and Director of the Psychological Laboratory, 1901 . Author of 

pamphlet, "Die Psychologie der Triebe Historisch-Kritisch Betrachtet," 
Halle, 1900; "Involuntary Attention," Advertising Experience, Dec. 1901; 
reprint in Ad Sense, and in Agricultural Advertiser, Dec. 1901; monthly 
articles in Makings Magazine ior 1902, viz.: "Association of Ideas," "Sugges- 
tion," "The Direct Command as a Form of Argumentation," "The Psycho- 
logical Value of the Return Coupon," "Fusion," "A Psychological Experi- 
ment," "Perception," "Apperception," "Illusions of Perception" (reprint in 
The Book-Keeper, Jan. 1903); also "Illusions of Apperception, Jan. 1903; 
"Mental Imagery, Feb. and March; "Irradiation," April; a book, "The 
Theory of Advertising," Cambridge, 1903. 

Married Annie Marcy Miller (No. 825), 21 July 1898, in Chicago. 

Child— John Marcy, bom 12 Feb. 1902. 

Residence, 562 Willard Place, Evanston 111. 

840. LUCY ESTELLE SHUMAN. 
Sister of Nos. 482, 593, 629, and 1385. 

Bom 19 Oct. 1873, at Strasburg, Pa. Prepared in Chicago North Divi- 
sion High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate work. University of Wisconsin, 
summer of 1901. Teacher in Tuscola (111.) High School, 1895-96; Wilmette 
High School, 1897-98; Moline High School, 1898-1903. 

Residence, 1722 Sixth Ave., Moline, 111. Home, 2130 Sherman Ave., 
Evanston, lU. 

841. JOHN CALHOUN SINGLETON. 

Brother of No. 729. 

Born 29 July 1872, at Grove Place, Ind. Prepared in Evanston High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B, Gage and Kirk 
prizes; Delta Upsilon. With Sterling Cycle Works, Kenosha, Wis., 1895-97; 
secretary Dearborn Duster Co., Chicago, 1897-1902; secretary-treasurer 
same, 1902 . 

Married Hazel Leonard, 21 May 1901, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 833 Michigan Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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842. ALICE SPIES (PEAKS). 

Born 4 March 1874, at Appleton, Wis. Prepared in Menominee (Mich.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Kappa Alpha 
Theta. 

Married George Henry Peaks, 15 March 1899, at Menominee, Mich. 

Residence, 709 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

843. LUCY SHELTON STEWART. 

Born 4 Sept. 1875, at Chariton, la. Prepared in Iowa Wesleyan Univer- 
sity Preparatory School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Private secretary to father since graduation. 

Residence, 2110 Orrington Ave., Evanston, lU. 

844. WILLIAM IRVING THOMAS. 

Born 8 April 1867, at LibertyviUe, 111. Prepared in Mt. Morris (111.) 
Academy. A.B. Student Columbia School of Oratory and University of 
Chicago, 1895-1900; teacher of English in Duluth High School, Minnesota, 
1900-02; in Minnesota State University, 1902 . 

Address, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



845. MAUDE ETHEL YN VAN SICKLE (SCHWEER). 
Sister of No. 1053. 

Bom 6 Nov. 1872, at South Bend, Ind. Prepared in Chicago High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi. Teacher at 
Pentwater, Mich., 1895-96; at Beardstown, 111., 1896-99; at Whiting, Ind., 
1899-1900. 

Married Theodore J. Schweer, 20 June 1900, at Galesburg, 111. 

Residence, Beardstown, lU. 



846. OR A EDITH WAKEMAN (HOLT). 

Born 26 Oct. 1871, at Clinton, Mo. Prepared in Winnebago (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Teacher in Chicago public schools, 1895-99. 

Married Robert N. Holt (No. 714), 14 July 1896, at Park Ridge, 111. 

Residence, 2540 North 42d Ave., Chicago, 111. 



847. LOTTIE BELL WATSON. 
Sister of No. 934. 

Born 3 Jan. 1871, in Chicago^ 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Delta Delta Delta. 
Residence, Minooka, 111. 



266 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1895 

848. *JESSIE C. WILDER. 

Born 28 Dec. 1869, at Crete, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta. Taughf in Chicago Heights, 111., 
1895-97. 

Died 29 July 1900, at Crete, 111. 



849. WILLIAM WILLING WILKINSON. 
Brother of Nos. 98g and 1056. 

Born 28 July 1869, at Crystal Lake, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. 1901, M.D., Northwestern University Medical 
School. Member U. S. Life-Saving Crew. At intervals during professional 
study, employed with Redpath. Slay ton, and Central Lyceum Bureaus. 
Assistant physician. Palmyra Springs Sanitarium, Palmyra, Wis., 1901-02; 
practicing physician, Silverton, Colo., 1902 . 

Married Hattie M. Wheadon, 31 Dec. 1902, at Denver, Colo. 

Residence, Silverton, Colo. 

850. PHINEAS LAWRENCE WINDSOR. 

Brother of No. 1216. 

Born 21 Feb. 1871, at Chenoa, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univerjity 
Academy. Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta; Tau Kappa Phi. 1897-99, student in 
New York State Library School, Albany. 1899-1900, student in Albany 
(N. Y.) Law School. Assistant in Central Department Chicago Young Men's 
Christian Association, 1895-97; assistant in Law Division New York State 
Library, Albany, 1899-1900; Chief of Index and Catalogue Division in Copy- 
right Office, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C, 1900 . Member of 

American Library Association, and Washington Economic Society. 

Married Margaret Fursman Boynton (Cornell '95) 1 Jan. 1902, at Lock- 
port, N. Y. 

Address, Library of Congress. Residence, 2120 N St., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

851. EDWARD BROWN WITWER. 

Born 2 March 1869, in Guilford Township, Winnebago County, 111. Pre- 
pared in Rockford (111.) High School, and Northwestern University Academy. 
Ph.B. 1897, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Delta Tau 
Delta; Tau Kappa'] Phi; Delta Chi. Graduate student in Law, 1897-98. 
Lawyer, Chicago, 111., 1897 . 

Residence, 2032 West Congress St., Chicago. Office, 407 Association Bldg. 

852. ETHEL GARY ZIMMERMAN. 

Sister of Nos. 641, 940, 1318, and 1319. 

Born 15 Dec. 1871, at Delaware, O. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. Teacher in Lakeside Preparatory School for Boys, Chicago. 



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1895-98; teacher in Kamehameha Manual Training School for Boys, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii, 1898-1900; in Ludington (Mich.) High School, 1901-02. 

Residence, 951 Peabody Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Permanent address, 561 
Willard Place, Evanston, 111. 



CLASS OF 1896. 

853. LULU AMELIA ABERNETHY (HARKER). 

Born 28 Aug. 1874, at Guadaloupe, Cal. Prepared in Spokane (Wash.) 
High School and Spokane College. B.L. University Woman's Club. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Congdon declamation prize; Kirk contestant. Taught in 
Spokane, Wash., 1896-97. 

Married Ray C. Harker (No. 609), 24 Aug. 1897, at Spokane, Wash. 

Residence, Appleton, Wis. 

854. *SARA ELEANOR ANDERSON (HALL). 

Born 13 March 1873, at Winnebago, 111. Prepared in Winnebago High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1897, Ph.M. 
(Latin). University Woman's Club. 

Married Vernon J. Hall (No. 764), 30 Dec. 1896, at Winnebago, 111. 

Died 25 April 1903, at Rockford, 111. 

865. HARRIET S. BASSETT (MALLORY). 

Born 26 Dec. 1874, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston (111.) Town- 
ship High School. B.L. Assistant teacher in private school, Evanston, 
111., 1896-99. Editor Dictation, shorthand magazine, Chicago, 1898. 

Married Harry Heman Mallory. 5 Oct. 1899. 

Child — Harold. 

Residence, 1124 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 

856. ELMER SAMUEL BATTERSON. 

Born 25 July 1872, at Wheatland, la. Prepared in Muscatine (la.) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1898, M.S. (Political 
Economy). Delta Upsilon, Member University Senate; Harris prize. Dry 
goods merchant, Muscatine, la. Deputy County Auditor, 1894. Member 
Muscatine Academy of Science, and Muscatine Commercial Cluo. 

Residence, Muscatine, la. 

857. ELI PHILLIPS BENNETT. 

Born 10 Jan. 1864, in Allegheny County, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Representative in Michigan-Northwestern Uni- 
versity debate, 1895; and of Northern Oratorical League, 1895. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; Northwest Indiana Conference. Pastor at Hammond, 
Ind., 1896-1897; at South Bend, Ind., 1897 . 



268 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896- 

Married Nellie Francis Clarke Bray (No. 860), 11 May 1898, at Portland^ 
Mich. 

Child — Frances Elizabeth, born and died 1 Aug. 1901. 
Residence, 211 West Jefferson St., South Befid, Ind. 

868. JOHN FRANKLIN BOEYE. 

Born 1 Oct. 1867, at Delhi, la. Prepared in Cornell College, la., and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Attended Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. 1901, B.D., University of Chicago. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 
Rock River Conference; at Parkside Church, Chicago, 1896-99; Morrison, 
111., 1899-1901. Austin Conference; St. Paul's Church, Ft. Worth, Texas, 
1901 . 

Married Bertha Hanson, 16 June 1897, at St. Paul, Minn. 

Children — Paul Franklin, born 7 Dec. 1898. 

Katherine Bertha, born 25 March 1900. 
Joyce Hanson, born 27 Sept. 1901. 

Residence, 815 West 5th St., Forth Worth, Tex. 

859. GEORGE BOOTH. 

Bom 22 March 1871, at Onarga, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminar j^,. 
Onarga. Ph.B. 1897, Ph.M. (Zoology). Beta Theta Pi; Tau Kappa Phi. 
Hinman; Deru. Editor Northwestern, 1895-96. Appointed assistant in 
Biology, 1895-96. Instructor in Biology, Bay City (Mich.) High School, 

1897-1900. Hardware and furniture dealer, Onarga, 111., 1900 . Trustee 

of Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1901 . 

Married Elizabeth Paine, 29 May 1901, at Saginaw, Mich. 

Residence, Onarga, 111. 

860. NELLIE FRANCIS CLARKE BRAY (BENNETT). 

Born 15 May 1872, at Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Prepared in Coldwater (Mich.) 
High School. B.S. University Woman's Club. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher,. 
Portland, Mich., 1896-97. 

Married Eli Phillips Bennett (No. 857), 11 May 1898, at Portland, Mich. 

Residence, 211 West Jefferson St., South Bend, Ind. 

861. CHARLES GARDNER BROWN. 

Born 11 Oct. 1854, at Plymouth, N. Y. Prepared at Norwich (N. Y.) 
Academy and Northwestern University Academ3\ B.S. 1902, B.S.A.,. 
Cornell University. Superintending official milk tests for Agricultural De- 
partment of Cornell University. Author of pamphlet, " Bums and Whittier, '^ 
1900; contributor to Freethought, Vols. XVIII and XIX. 

Married Ida A. Mathewson, 18 Sept. 1876, at Norwich, N. Y. 
Children— ViCTon Leland, born 23 July 1879; died 18 May 1888. 
Orpha B., born 26 May 1881. 
Grover Charles, born 12 Feb. 1883. 
Ira Sheldon, born 6 Nov. 1886. 
Residence, 304 Chestnut St., Ithaca, N. Y. 




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862. MARGARET BROWN. 

Born 14 Sept. 1874, at La Salle, 111. Prepared in La Salle High School 
and Northwestern University Academ5^ B.L. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Taught in Benson (Minn.) High School, 1896-97; Wheaton (111.) High School, 
1897-99. 

Residence, 722^ Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111. 

863. ROBERT KARL SCOTT CATHERWOOD. 

Born 7 Aug. 1875, at Stonington, 111. Prepared at Hoopeston and Ross- 
ville (111.) High Schools. B.S. Delta Upsilon. 1899, LL.B., Northwestern 
University Law School. Delta Chi. Lawyer, Chicago: patent and trade 
mark causes. Member of Chicago Bureau of Charities; Brotherhood of St. 
Andrew: Chicago Relief and \id Society; American Economic Association; 
trustee of Alliance Franyaise, Chicago. Contributor to Westminster Ga- 
zette, London, and to Chicago Tribune. 

Married liUcy Cotton Morris, 4 June 1902, in Chicago. 

Residence, 4442 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

864. WILL M. CAVANO. 

Born 25 Dec. 1866, at Menasha, Wis. Prepared at Academy of Univer- 
sity of the Pacific. B.S. 1900, M.D., Northwestern University Medical 
School. 

Address, care Dr. A. S. Barnes, 3000 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

865. JOHN MIUrON CHAMBERS. 

Born 10 Sept. 1868, at Cargill, Ont. Prepared in Walkerton (Can.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1899, 
A.M. (English Literature). 1899, diploma from Cumnock School of Oratory, 
Northwestern University. 1895-99, member of United States Life-Saving 
Crew. Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. Director of School of Oratory, 
Wooster University, O., 1899-1901 ; Professor of Elocution in University 
of Denver, 1901-02. Graduate student Harvard University, 1902-03. 

Married Carolina Lewiston, 11 Sept. 1899, at Evanston, lU. 

Address, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

866. GRACE GERTRUDE CLOUGH. 

Born 17 Feb. 1873, at Eau Claire, Wis. Prepared in State Universities 
of Dakota and Nebraska, and in Yankton College, S. Dak. A.B. Delta 
Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher at Piano, 111., 1896-97; at La Crosse, 
Wis., 1897-98; at Deadwood, S. Dak., 1898 . 

Residence, Deadwood, S. Dak. 

867. FREDERICK HENRY COX. 

Born 25 Sept. 1867, at Winslow, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1897-98, student of Law in Boston, Mass. 1898-99, 



270 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896 

student in New York Law School. 1899-1900, studied law and served as 
clerk in office of John O. Ball, New York City. In subscription book busi- 
ness in New York City, 1896-97; same at Boston, Mass., 1897-98. Practicing 
law in New York City, 1900 . * 

Married liOuise Wire, Dec. 1896, at Winslow, 111. 

Child — Chester Arlo, born 15 Oct, 1899. 

Residence, 16 East 22d St., New York, N. Y. Office, 235 Broadway. 

868. GEORGE FREEMAN CRAIG. 

Born 2 April 1864, at Spring Hill, Onf. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, at Three Oaks, 
Mich., 1896-97; Hartford, Mich., 1897-99 and 1900-03. 

Residence, Hartford, Mich. 

869. ALFRED WESLEY CRAVEN. 

Born 10 April 1874, at Rockville, 111. Prepared in Elgin, 111., High 
School and Academy and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Phi 
Kappa Psi; Deru; Phi Beta Kappa. On Northwestern- Wisconsin debate. 
1899, LL.B. and LL.M., Chicago Law School. Lawyer. Chicago. 

Married Frances Wood, May 1900, at Elgin, 111. 

Office, 1302 Marquette Bldg., 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, lU. 

870. GRACE CRIPPEN. 

Bom 15 July 1870, at lianark, 111. Prepared in Lanark High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Omega 
Psi. Teacher in Evanston (111.) public schools, 1896 — -. 

Residence, 1414 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

871. FREDERIC CHARLES ELLIS. 

Born 7 June 1874, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago West Division High 

School. A.B. Phi Delta Theta. Lawyer, Chicago, 1897 . Served with 

Troop F, First Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, June 1898, until mustering out of 
regiment, same year. 

Residence, 502 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. Office, 36 Metro- 
politan Blk. 

872. MRS. FRANCES BUCKLEY EMBREE. 

Born 11 Dec. 1862, in Tazewell County, 111. Prepared at Savannah, Mo., 
and Evanston, 111. A.B. 1897, A.M. (Political Economy). Gushing and 
Dewey prizes. Engaged in newspaper and other literary work in Chicago, 

1900-02; same in New York City, 1902 . Contributor to International 

Magazine, Economic Journal, Giinton's Magazine, Scientific American, etc. 
Shoit-story writer also. 

Married Merric Starr Embree, 30 June 1881, at Savannah, Mo. 

Children— STEhJ.A, born 3 April 1882. 

Ruth Ann, born 1 Jan. 1886. 

Residence, 301 West 150th St., New York, N. Y. 



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873. HENRY BENEDICT FISHER. 

Born 31 Dec. 1870, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared in Marengo (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B, Hinman. Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student in History, 1901-02. 
Stenographer, Chicago, 1896-97; with Bureau of Associated Charities, Feb. 
to Aug. 1897. Instructor in History, Calumet (Mich.) High School, 1897- 

1901. Principal of Rushville (111.) High School, 1901 . Member of Upper 

Peninsula (Mich.) Teachers' Association, 1897-1901. 

Married Jessie Mildred Sweeney (No. 930), 28 Dec. 1899, at Rushville, 
111. 

Child — Mary Sweeney, born 14 June 1902. 

Residence. Rushville, 111. 



874. NELLE LOUISE FLESHIEM (MURRAY). 

Born 10 Dec. 1876, at Menominee, Mich. Prepared in Menominee High 
School. Ph.B. 1901. Ph.M. (German). Kappa Alpha Theta; Omega Psi; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Secretary of Federated Woman's Clubs; member of Michi- 
gan State Art Committee, 1900. 

Married Frank T. Murray (No. 909), 6 Feb. 1902, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 522 Church St., Evanston, 111. 

875. ALICE SOPHRONIA FREEMAN. 

Born 30 July 1 872, at Sacramento, Cal. Prepared in South Division High 
School, Chicago. B.L. Alpha Phi. 1900, graduated from Los Angeles 
State Normal School, Graduate work in University of California, Jan. -Oct. 
1902. Assistant principal of Fowler (Ind.) High School, 1897-98. Teacher 
in Los Angeles (Cal.) graded schools, 1900-1902. Editor of Epworth 
League Harvester, Los Angeles, 1900-01. Contributor to religious periodicals. 

Residence, 137 North Soto St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

876. JOHN WESLEY FUNSTON. 

Born 24 Nov. 1866, at Galena, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. A.B. Graduate work in EngHsh, 1900-01. Clergyman, Meth- 
odist Episcopal. Pastor at Bolton, 111., 1896-99; at Orangeville, 111., 1899- 

1901; Lena, 111., 1901 . President of Freeport District Epworth League, 

1897-99. 

Married Alice S. ComhelUck, 15 Oct. 1896, at East Galena, 111. 

Child — Kenneth Osmond, born 13 Feb. 1898. 

Residence, Lena, 111. 



877. GEORGE JUNIA GILBERl . 



Born 14 May 1874, in Chicago. Prepared in West Side High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Residence, Oak Park, 111. Office, 163 Randolph St., Chicago, 111. • 



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274 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896 

889. CHARLES HOMER KING. 

Born 4 June 1872, at Grand Rapids, Mich. Prepared in Waukegan (111.) 
High School. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi BetS, Kappa; Delta Chi. Kirk 
prize. 1899, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Lawyer, Chicago, 
1899 . 

Married Edith Patterson (No. 910), 27 June 1900, at Plattsmouth, Neb. 

Child — Richard Patterson, born 10 Sept. 1901. 

Residence, 216 South Utica St., Waukegan, 111. 

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890. EUGENE FRANKLIN KITENDAUGH. 

Born 1 March 1875, at Cleveland, O. Prepared in Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. A.B. 

Residence, 2600 West Addison Ave., Dunning, Chicago, 111, 

891. CHARLES VERLY LA FONTAINE. 

Born 10 May 1868, at Joliet, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Geneva, 111., 1896-99; 
Chicago, 1899-1902; South Chicago, 1902 . 

Married Rebecca Blonnette Gross, 24 June 1896, at Aurora, 111. 

CMWren— Merrill Gross, bom 30 June 1897. 
Mary Esther, born 24 April 1901. 

Residence, 9029 Exchange Ave., Chicago, 111. 

892. LOUIS LAYTON LANE. 
Brother of No. 893. 

Bom 31 Aug. 1865, near Kendallville, la. Prepared in Cresco (la.) High 
School and at Wilmot, S. Dak. B.S. Hinman. Completed half the work 
towards Master's degree. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Bristol, S. 
Dak., 1896-98; Sisseton, S. Dak., 1898 . 

Married Mrs. Ella Sanborn Jones of Butler, S. Dak., 26 July 1898. 

Child — Ruth Darling, born 26 Jan. 1900. 

Residence, Sisseton, S. Dak. 

898. WARREN DANFORTH LANE. 
Brother of No. 892. 

Bom 10 May 1867, at Kendallville, la. Prepared at Cresco (la.) and 
Wilmot, S. Dak. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. Raymond essay and debate 
prizes; Gage prize; Kirk contestant; class orator. 1898, LL.B., University of 
Minnesota Law School. 1898, M.S., University of Minnesota. Lawyer, Sis- 
seton, S. Dak., 1898 . State's attorney, Roberts County, S. Dak., 1899 . 

Vice-president Roberts County Land and Loan Co. (incor.). 

Married Maude Cross, 28 June 1899, at Wilmot, S. Dak. 

C/ii'Wren— Everett, bom 29 March 1900; died 5 Sept. 1900. 
Frances Fern, born 25 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, Sisseton, S. Dak. 




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894. CLYDE LESTER LEESLEY. 

Born 17 Nov. 1873, at Bowmanville, 111. Prepared at Lake View High 
School, Chicago, and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 
Address, 1108 Leland Ave., Chicago, IlL 

895. LEO HAVEN LOWE. 

Born 7 March 1875, at Brimfield, 111. Prepared in Kewanee (111.) High 
School. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Deru. City editor Kewanee (111.) Evening 
Star, 1896-98; after its consolidation with Kewanee (111.) Daily Courier, made 
managing editor of Kewanee Daily Star-Courier, 1898 . 

Married Lucy Isabel Bowen (No. 1000), 4 Sept. 1901, at Kewanee, 111. 

Residence, 314 South Tremont St., Kewanee, 111. 

896. JOSEPHINE LOWELL. 
Sister of No. 1267. 

Born 24 Sept. 1873, in Chicago, 111. Prepared at Hyde Park High School, 
Chicago, 111. Ph.B. Alpha Phi ; Omega Psi. Graduate work at LMversity 
of Chicago. Teacher in Chicago, 111., 1896 . 

Residence, 5410 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. 

897. KATHERINE ELLEN McCASKY. 
Daughter of No. 21 and Sister of Nos. 667 and 970. 

Bom 22 Nov. 1874, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Chicago West Division 
High School. A.B. Alpha Phi. Student at Chicago Conservatory of Music. 
Teacher of piano. 

Residence, 790 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

898. DWIGHT BRADLEY McCURDY. 

Born 22 May 1872, at Gladwyne, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. With J, S. Ziegler & Co., publishers, Chicago. 
Residence, 602 Lunt Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 450, 325 Dearborn St. 

899. H. iLES McNeill. 

Bom 19 Feb. 1874, at Tuscola, 111. Prepared in Tuscola High School. 
Ph.B. Graduate student in Pathology, 1897-99. 1900, M.D., Northwestern 
University Medical School. House physician and house surgeon, Cook 
County (111.) Hospital, 1900-02; practicing medicine. Ft. Atkinson, Wis.,. 
1902 . 

Residence, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 

900. WILLIAM ARTYN MAIN. 

Born in 1867, at Magnolia, la. Prepared in Northwestern University 

Academy. A.B. Missionary of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1896 . In 

charge of Kucheng District, Foochow Conference, China. 

Residence, Kucheng, China. 



274 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896 

889. CHARLES HOMER KING. 

Born 4 June 1872, at Grand Rapids, Mioh. Prepared in Waukegan (111.) 
High School. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Chi. Kirk 
prize. 1899, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Lawyer, Chicago, 
1899 . 

Married Edith Patterson (No. 910), 27 June 1900, at Plattsmouth, Neb. 

Child — Richard Patterson, born 10 Sept. 1901. 

Residence, 216 South Utica St., Waukegan, 111. 

890. EUGENE FRANKLIN KITENDAUGH. 

Born 1 March 1875, at Cleveland, O. Prepared in Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. A.B. 

Residence, 2600 West Addison Ave., Dunning, Chicago, 111. 

891. CHARLES VERLY LA FONTAINE. 

Born 10 May 1868, at Joliet, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Geneva, 111., 1896-99; 
Chicago, 1899-1902; South Chicago, 1902 . 

Married Rebecca Blonnette Gross, 24 June 1896, at Aurora, 111. 

C/iiZdren— Merrill Gross, born 30 June 1897. 
Mary Esther, born 24 April 1901. 

Residence, 9029 Exchange Ave., Chicago, 111. 

892. LOUIS LAYTON LANE. 
Brother of No. 893. 

Bom 31 Aug. 1865, near Kendallville, la. Prepared in Cresco (la.) High 
School and at Wilmot, S. Dak. B.S. Hinman. Completed half the work 
towards Master's degree. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Bristol, S. 
Dak., 1896-98; Sisseton, S. Dak., 1898 . 

Married Mrs. Ella Sanborn Jones of Butler, S. Dak., 26 July 1898. 

Child — Ruth Darling, born 26 Jan. 1900. 

Residence, Sisseton, S. Dak. 

893. WARREN DANFORTH LANE. 
Brother of No. 892. 

Born 10 May 1867, at Kendallville, la. Prepared at Cresco (la.) and 
Wilmot, S. Dak. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. Raymond essay and debate 
prizes; Gage prize; Kirk contestant; class orator. 1898, LL.B., University of 
Minnesota Law School. 1898, M.S., University of Minnesota. Lawyer, Sis- 
seton, S. Dak., 1898 . State's attorney, Roberts County, S. Dak., 1899 . 

Vice-president Roberts County Land and Loan Co. (incor.). 

Married Maude Cross, 28 June 1899, at Wilmot, S. Dak. 

C/i2"Wren— Everett, born 29 March 1900; died 5 Sept. 1900. 
Frances Fern, born 25 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, Sisseton, S. Dak. 



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894. CLYDE LESTER LEESLEY. 

Born 17 Nov. 1873, at Bowmanville, 111. Prepared at Lake View High 
School, Chicago, and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 
Address, 1108 Leland Ave., Chicago, HI. 

895. LEO HAVEN LOWE. 

Born 7 March 1875, at Brimfield, 111. Prepared in Kewanee (111.) High 
School. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Deru. City editor Kewanee (111.) Evening 
Star, 1896-98; after its consolidation with Kewanee (111.) Daily Courier, made 
managing editor of Kewanee Daily Star-Courier, 1898 . 

Married Lucy Isabel Bowen (No. 1000), 4 Sept. 1901, at Kewanee, 111. 

Residence, 314 South Tremont St., Kewanee, 111. 

896. JOSEPHINE LOWELL. 

Sister of No. 1267. 

Born 24 Sept. 1873, in Chicago, 111. Prepared at Hyde Park High School, 
Chicago, 111. Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi. Graduate work at L^niversity 
of Chicago. Teacher in Chicago, 111., 1896 . 

Residence, 5410 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. 

897. KATHERINE ELLEN McCASKY. 
Daughter of No. 21 and Sister of Nos. 667 and 970. 

Born 22 Nov. 1874, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Chicago West Division 
High School. A.B. Alpha Phi. Student at Chicago Conservatory of Music. 
Teacher of piano. 

Residence, 790 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

898. DWIGHT BRADLEY McCURDY. 

Born 22 May 1872, at Gladwyne, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. With J. S. Ziegler & Co., publishers, Chicago. 
Residence, 602 Lunt Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 450, 325 Dearborn St. 

899. H. ILES McNEILL. 

Born 19 Feb. 1874, at Tuscola, 111. Prepared in Tuscola High School. 
Ph.B. Graduate student in Pathology, 1897-99. 1900, M.D., Northwestern 
University Medical School. House physician and house surgeon, Cook 
County (111.) Hospital, 1900-02; practicing medicine, Ft. Atkinson, Wis.,. 
1902 . 

Residence, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 

900. WILLIAM ARTYN MAIN. 

Born in 1867, at Magnolia, la. Prepared in Northwestern University 

Academy. A.B. Missionary of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1896 . In 

charge of Kucheng District, Foochow Conference, China. 

Residence, Kucheng, China. 



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901. GEORGE BEVERLY MASSLICH. 
Brother of No. 771. 

Born 7 Feb. 1874, at Union City, Ind. Prepared in Chicago West Division 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. 
Graduate work in Chemistry in University of Chicago. Instructor in Chemis- 
try and Physics, Racine College, Wis., 1896-97; same in John Marshall High 
School, Chicago, 1897 . 

Married Helen L. Treen, 29 April 1902, in Chicago. 

Residence, 932 Park Ave., Chicago, 111. • 

902. BEULAH EDITH MERVILLE (SPOFFORD). 

Born 2 July 1874, in Wyoming County, N. Y. Prepared in East Division 
High School, Milwaukee, Wis. A.B. Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Teacher of Greek and Latin in Milwaukee West Division High School, 1896-98. 

Married Charles William Spofford (No. 925), 12 Oct. 1898, at Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Residence, 5585 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

903. ESTHER MARGARET MoDOWELL MILLER. 
Daughter of No. 76. 

Born 14 Feb. 1875, at Palatine, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. In offices of Western Passenger Association, 1896-99. Teacher of 
Mathematics, La Grange, 111., 1899; teacher at Oak Park, 111., 1899-1902; at 
Evanston, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, 720 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

904. SUMNER MARCY MILLER. 

Brother of No. 825. 

Born 13 Aug. 1873, at Farmer City, 111. Prepared in Peoria (111.) High 
School. A.B. Graduate student in Physiology, 1896-98. 1899, M.D., 
Northwestern University Medical School. Phi Delta Theta; Deru; Nu Sigma 
Nu. Interne, Cook County Hospital, 1899-1901 ; Attending Surgeon, Cot- 
tage Hospital, Peoria. 111., 1901 . 

Residence, 701 Main St., Peoria, 111. 

905. ELMER ANDREW MINER. 

Born 12 Aug. 1870, at Kaneville, 111. Prepared in Kaneville High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. Tutor at Dwight, 111., 1896-97; teacher of Mathematics and Science, 
St. Alban's Academy, Knoxville, 111., 1897-1900. Student Northwestern 
University Medical School, 1900 . 

Address, Chicago, 111., care Northwestern L^ni versify Medical School;- 
permanent address, Kaneville, 111. 





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906. FRANCIS JOSEPH ROSS MITCHELL. 

Born 21 Sept. 1872, in Edgar County, 111. Prepared in Paris (111.) High 
School. A.B. 1899, A.M. (Law). 1899, LL.B., Northwestern University 
Law School. 1898 and 1899, prizes lor theses in Law School. Phi Delta 
Theta; Theta Nu Epsilon; Deru; Delta Chi. Lawyer, Chicago. Contributor 
to American Law Register and American Law Review, 1900, 

Married Ruth Baird (No. 941), 18 Dec. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 

CMtZ— Robert Baird, born 25 Feb. 1903. 

Residence, 2206 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. Office, 100 Washington St., 
Chicago, 111. 

907. FLORA PATIENCE MONROE MOORE. 

Born 1 Dec. 1872, at Walla Walla, Wash. Prepared in Moscow (Idaho)^ 
San Jose (Cal.) and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Instructor in History, University of Idaho, 1897; in History and 
German, ibid., 1897-99; in German and Mathematics, ibid., 1899-1902; pre- 
ceptress, ibid., 1899-1902. 

Residence, cor. A and Howard Sts., Moscow, Idaho. 

908. HARRIET MARIE MOORE (THOMAS). 

Sister of No. 826. 
Born 17 Oct. 1874, at Rushville, 111. Prepared at Rushville High School 
and De Pauw Unive^sit5^ Ph.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Married George O. Thomas, 23 Jan. 1901, in Chicago, 111. 
Residence, 2039 Kenmore Ave., Chicago, 111. 

909. FRANK TREMBLY MURRAY. 

Born 23 March 1876, at Lebanon, O. Prepared in Clark University, 
Georgia. A.B. Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. Pursued legal 
studies in Georgia and Illinois and was admitted to bar in both states. Law- 
yer, Chicago, 1897 . 

Married Nelle L. Fleshiem (No. 874), 6 Feb. 1902, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 522 Church St., Evanston, 111. 

910. EDITH PATTERSON (KING). 
Born 11 Oct. 1874, at Plattsmouth, Neb. Prepared in Plattsmouth High 

School. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta; Omega Psi. Taught at Piano, 111., 1896— 
97; private tutor in French, German and English, Plattsmouth, Neb., 1897— 
1900. State corresponding secretary P. E. O. Society, Nebraska, 1899-1900. 

Married Charles H. King (No. 889), 27 June 1900, at Plattsmouth, Neb. 

Residence, 216 South Utica St., Waukegan, 111. 

911. MINNIE LORETTE PATTERSON. 

Sister of Nos. 673 and 1038. 

Born in 1873, at Wheatland, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta. Teacher at Menasha, Wis., 1896-97; 
at Marion, Ind., 1897-99. 

Residence, Burlington, Wis. 



278 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896 

912. JAMES NEWTON PEARCE. 

Bora 21 Dec. 1873, at Oswego, 111. Prepared id Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. 1897, Ph.M. (Chemistry). * 1900-01, graduate student. 
University of Chicago. Chemist for James S. Kirk & Co., Chicago, 1897-99. 
Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, High School, LaSalle, 111. Instructor 
in Chemistry, Northwestern University, 1903 . 

Residence, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Oswego, 
lU. 

913. CHARLES STEVENSON PETERS. 
Brother of No. 1281. 

Born 19 Jan. 1874, at Tuscola, 111. Prepared in Tuscola High School and 
^Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Deru; Phi Beta Kappa. In- 
structor in Racine College, Wis., 1896-97; teacher in Medill High School, Chi- 
cago, 1897 . Secretary-treasurer of Chicago High School Teachers' Club, 

1900-1901. Chairman Mathematical Section, Chicago and Cook County 
-High School Association, 1901-02. 

Residence, 48 Powell Ave., Chicago, 111. 

914. MORLEY SMITH PETTIT. 

Bom 16 Jan. 1869, at Stony Creek, Ont. Prepared in Hamilton Collegiate 
Institute and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1898, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Rhinelander, Wis., 
1898-1900; Columbus, 1900 . 

Married Maggie McDougall, 19 Oct. 1898, at Abingdon, Ont. 

Child— Baughter, born 24 Sept. 1901. 

Residence, Columbus, Wis. 

915. ELMER HORACE PIERCE 
Brother of No. 1117. 

Born 26 Nov. 1867, at Meacham, 111. Prepared in Elgin (111.) Academy 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Delta Tau Delta. Pub- 
lisher of 1900 Syllabus with R. C. Brown (No. 945). Real estate dealer, Evans- 
ton, 111., 1896-99. General Secretary Y. M. C. A., Mendota, 111., 1899-1902; 
same, Winfield (Kan.) Y. M. C. A.. 1902 . 

Married Edith Estelle Heaps (No. 1088), 11 April 1900, at Kewanee, 111. 

Child — Faith Elizabeth, born 9 Jan. 1903. 

Residence, Winfield, Kan. 

916. MIRIAM ELISABETH PRINDLE. 

Born 24 April 1873, at Odell, 111. Prepared in Evanston (111.) Township 
High School. A.B. Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1898-99, student at 
Chicago Art Institute. 1900, student at School of Illustration, Chicago. 
Teacher of English and History, Mt. Carroll (111.) High School, 1897-98; 
teacher in Evanston (111.) Township High School, 1901-02. Contributor of 
j)oems to Music, Record and Appeal and Unity. 

Residence, "Elm Grove," near Bon Air, Chesterfield Co., Va. 





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917. ANDREW ELISHA PUCKRIN. 

Born 28 June 1873, at Sandusky, O. Prepared in Sandusky High School. 
Ph.B. Delta Upsilon. Gage prize; Union League orator; Kirk contestant. 
Reporter, Times-Herald, Chicago, 1897-99; assistant managing editor, same, 
1900-02; telegraph editor, Chicago Examiner, 1902 . 

Residence, 1572 Kenmore Ave.,. Chicago, 111. 

918. GORDON AIKEN RAMSAY. 

Born 20 Oct. 1872, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Chicago Manual Training 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi ; Theta 
Nu Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. 1897, LL.B., Northwestern University Law 
School. Traveled in England and the Continent, 1897-99; attorney at law, 
Chicago. President of Village of Glencoe, 111., 1903 . 

Married Edith Symonds, 14 Nov. 1901, in Chicago. 

Address, 100 Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

919. EDWIN MARSHALL ST. J'OHN. 

Born 23 Nov. 1873, at Benton Harbor, Mich. Prepared in Rockford (111.) 
High School. B.S. Sigma Chi; Theta Nu Epsilon. Lawyer, Rockford, 111., 
1899 . Member Winnebago County Bar, 1899 . 

Residence, Rockford, 111. 

920. IDA ESTELLE SAWYER. 
Sister of Nos. 435, 627, and 982. 

Bom 20 Dec. 1873, at Streator, lU. Prepared at Streator High School. 
Ph.B. Kappa Alpha Theta. 1900, B.L.S., University of Illinois. Cata- 
loguer, Library of Northwestern University, 1900-02; reference librarian in 
Library of University of Iowa, 1902 . 

Residence, Iowa City, la., care of University Library. Permanent 
address, 1031 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

921. *ROLAND RODOLPHUS SELLEW. 

Born in Dec. 1868, at East Longmeadow, Mass. Prepared in Fargo 
(N. Dak.) High School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Returned to Evanston for graduate work in Physics, fall of 1896. 

Drowned in Lake Michigan, off Evanston, 111., 4 Sept. 1896. 

922. WILLIAM SHELLER. 

Born 14 Feb. 1872, at Lanark, 111. Prepared in Lanark High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Phi Delta Phi. 1896-97, student at Chicago College of Law. 1897-98, at 
Northwestern University Law School. Lawyer at Odebolt, la., 1898-1901; 
El Reno, Okla., March to Nov. 1901 ; Everett, Wash., Nov. 1901 . 

Residence, 2014 Hewitt Ave., Everett, Wash. 



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280 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896 

923. HARRIET ANNA SINCLAIR. 

Bom 25 Aug. 1874, at Terre Haute, Ind. Prepared in Hyde Park High 
School, Chicago. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamm5. Managing editor of Course 
of Study at Chicago Institute, 1901. Proof-reader at Lakeside Press, Chicago. 

Residence, 5521 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. 



924. FAITH EDITH SMITH. 

Born 10 Oct. 1873, at Aurora, 111. Prepared at Aurora High School. 
Ph.B. President Young Women's Christian Association, 1894-95. Univer- 
sity Woman's Club. Graduate student in French, 1896-97; in History, 
1897-98. 1898-1900, student in New York State Library School. Assistant 
in Northwestern University Library, 1896-98; same in New York State 
Library, 1898-1900; librarian at Sedalia, Mo., 1900 . 

Residence, Sedalia, Mo. Home address, 219 Clark St., Aurora, 111. 

926. CHARLES WILLIAM SPOFFORD. 
Brother of No. 926. 

Born 26 April 1871, at Warren, 111. Prepared in Warren High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi; Deru; 
Theta Nu Epsilon; Tau Kappa Phi. President senior class. With Chicago 
Dry Goods Reporter, 1896-98; president and treasurer Tradesmen's Publishing 
Co., publishers of Drygoodsman and General Merchant, and of The Shoe and 
Leather Gazette, weeklies, St. Louis, Mo., 1898 . 

Married Beulah E. Merville (No. 902), 12 Oct. 1898, at Milwaukee, Wis. 

Child — Charles Merville, born 17 Nov. 1902. 

Residence, 5585 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

926. *FLORENCE LOUISE SPOFFORD (CARLTON). 
Sister of No. 925. 

Bom 7 Feb. 1867, at Warren, 111. Prepared at Warren High School and 
Warren Academy. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Teacher of German and Latin in Ishpeming (Mich.) High School, 1896-98. 

Married Charles Henry Carlton, 14 Sept, 1898, at Warren, 111. 

Died 18 Sept. 1899, at Pueblo, Colo. 

927. GEORGE WILLIAM SPUNNER. 

Born 14 July 1870, at Lake Zurich, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Lawyer. 

Address, 132 Hartford Bldg., Chicago, care Baily, Hall & Spunner. 

928. WEBSTER JONAS STEBBINS. 

Bom 3 Dec. 1869, at Utica, Minn. Prepared in Winona (Minn.) High 
School. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Teacher in Winchell Academy, Evanston, 



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lU., 1896-97; at Newark, 111., 1897-98; principal of Wheaton (lU.) High 
School, 1898-1900; principal of Waukegan (111.) High School, 1900 . 

Married Maia Winchell, 31 Dec. 1898, at Evanston, 111. 

Child—NoRMA, born 10 Feb. 1900. 

Residence, 407 Cory Ave., Waukegan, 111. 

929. CHARLES AUGUST STONBERG. 

Born 8 Nov. 1872, at Jefferson Park, Chicago. Prepared in Jefferson 
High School, Chicago. B.S. Attended Chicago College of Law. Lawyer. 
Residence, Jefferson Park Station, Chicago, 111. 

930. JESSIE MILDRED SWEENEY (FISHER). 

Born 12 April 1873, at Rushville, 111. Prepared in Rushville High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. University Woman's Club; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Taught in Rushville (111.) High School, 1897-99. 

Married Henry B. Fisher (No. 873), 28 Dec. 1899, at Rushville, 111. 

Residence, Rushville, 111. 

931. ALFRED THEODORE THOMPSON. 

Born 17 July 1869, at Newburg, Minn. Prepared at Preston, Minn. 
A.B. With Rand, McNaUy & Co., Chicago, 1898. 
Residence, 1060 North Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 

932. GINEVRA FREEMAN TOMPKINS. 

Born 27 March 1872, at Newark, N. J. Prepared in Newark High School. 
Attended Syracuse University, 1891-92. A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student in Latin, 1900-02. Teacher in Coates 
College, Terre Haute, Ind., 1896-97; in Warren Academy, Warren, 111., 
1897-98; in Westminster Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., 1898-99; head of a 
private school. Fort Wayne, 1899-1900; assistant in Department of English 
Language, Northwestern University, 1900-01 ; Instructor in English, North- 
western University Academy, 1901-02 ; Head Instructor in Interstate School 

of Correspondence, Chicago, 1902 ; resident teacher at Chapin Hall, 

Evanston, 111., 1901 . 

Residence, Chapin Hall, Evanston, 111. 



933. ALFRED JOCELYN WALLER. 



Born in 1870, at Agra, India. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. 1892-96. A.B. Delta Tau Delta. 1897, A.M. (English Lan- 
guage). Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Northwest Indiana Conference; 
-. Pastor at Whiting, Yeoman, Wanatah, Plainfield, Terre Haute, Ind. 

■■ Bom 
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934. FRANCES SUSANNA WATSON. 

Sister of No. 847. 

Bom 13 Dec. 1868, in Chicago. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. Delta Delta Delta. 
Residence, Minooka, 111. 



282 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1896 

935. ROY DANIEL WILLIAMS. 

Born 7 June 1875, at Antioch, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University- 
Academy. Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta. 1900, IVf.D., Northwestern University 
Medical School. Physician, Rockford, 111.; medical director Rockford Young 
Men's Christian Association; member Winnebago County Medical Society 
and of American Medical Society. 

Residence, 211 South Main St., Rockford, 111. 



936. WILBUR FISK WILSON. 

Born 13 May 1871, at Rochester, N. Y. Prepared in Troj" Conference 
Academy, Poultney, Vt., and Macedon (N. Y.) Academy. A.B. Teacher 
of English in Nanking University, China, 1896-98; same, and missionary, 
1898-1901; graduate student at Columbia University, and student Union 
Theological Seminary, New York City, 1901-02; returned to Nanking Univer- 
sity as Professor of English, fall of 1902. Editor of Ammus, published 
monthly in interests of Central China Mission of Methodist Episcopal Church, 
1900-02. 

Residence, Nanking, China. 



937. KATHARINE WINANS. 
Bom 25 July 1870, at Hamilton, III. Attended Iowa Wesleyan and 
Southern California Universities. B.S. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
Residence, unknown. 



938. ALLISTON GRANT WING. 

Born 27 Oct. 1864, at Newark, 111. Prepared at Norihwestem Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 
Residence, unknown. 



939. SAMUEL HENRY WIRSCHING. 

Bom Dec. 1869, at Dayton, O. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Student Boston Theological School, 1896-97. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal; at St. John's Church, Chicago, 1899. 

ReJdence, Prophetstown, 111. 



940. CECIL EGGLESTON ZIMMERMAN. 

Sister of Nos. 641, 852, 1318 and 1319. 

Bom 15 Sept. 1873, at Gorham, Me. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Teacher m Racine, Wis., Feb. to June 1897; ic Ster- 
Hng, 111., 1897-98; in Savanna, lU., 1898-99; in Ishpeming, Mich., 1899 . 

Residence, 112 Canda St., Ishpeming, Mich. Permanent address, ^561 
Willard Place, Evanston, 111. 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 283 

CLASS OF 1897. 

941. RUTH BAIRD (MITCHELL). 
Daughter of No. 50 and Sister of No. 1321. 

Born 28 May 1876, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B, Alpha Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married Francis J. R. Mitchell (No. 906), 18 Dec. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 2206 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. 

942. WILL EARNEST BENNETT. 

Born 22 June 1872, at Fox Lake, 111. Prepared in Waukegan (111.) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Rogers. JDelta 
Upsilon. Union I^eague orator; editor of Syllabus, 1S97-1900; attended 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Graduate student in Political Economy, 1897-98. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Supply pastor of Congregational Church 
at Fruithurst, Ala., Feb. to May 1900; supply pastor at Stewart and Buffalo 
Lake, Minn., June to Oct. 1900; pastor at Royalton, Minn., 1900-02; joined 
Northern Minnesota Conference, Oci. 1902; transferred to Minnesota Con- 
ference, and stationed at Dover, Minn. 

Married Anna Elizabeth Kean, 31 Jan. 1900, at Evanston. 111. 

Residence, Dover, Minn. 

943. HARRIET MAY BILHARZ (VOLLMAR). 

Born 29 Aug. 1874, at Seneca, 111. Prepared in Audubon (la.) High 
School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. University Wom- 
an's Club. 

Married Luther VoUmar. 

Residence, St. Charles St., Des Moines, la. 



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944. ARTHUR JOHN BOWEN. 



Born 12 Jan. 1873, at Neponset, III. Prepared in Academies of Knox 
College, and Northwestern University. A.B. Teacher in Nanking Univer- 
sity, China, and missionary of Methodist Episcopal Church. Member of 
Educational Association of China, 1898 . 

t Married Nora Jones, 12 Aug. 1897, at Neponset, 111. 
Children— Alice, born 29 July 1898. 
Olive, born 28 Oct. 1899. 
Residence, Nanking, China. 
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946. ROBERT CLARENCE BROWN. 



Born 14 Oct. 1866, near Marshalltown, la. Prepared at Baker Univer 
sity and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta. 
1896-97, student in Northwestern University Law School. Manager of 
1896 Syllabus; publisher (with E. H. Eversz, No. 807) of Country Club 




284 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1897 

Clover; publisher of 1900 Syllabus, with E. H. Pierce (No. 915); also of 
1901 Syllabus. Real estate business. 

Married Ella M. Pierce (No. 1117), 20 Dec. 1900, at Mendota, 111. 

Residence, 2811 Harrison St., Evanston, fll. Office, care H. O. Stone 
& Co., 206 La Salle St., Chicago. 

946. NELLIE BLANCHE BURROWS. 

Born 10 Oct. 1873, at Newell, la. Prepared in Kansas City (Mo.) High 
School. B.L. Alpha Phi ; Omega Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Residence, 2403 Lydia Ave., Kansas CTty, Mo. 

947. CHARLOTTE KATHLEEN CARMAN (DODGE). 

Born 12 March 1875, at Iroquois, Ontario, Canada. Prepared in Chicago 
South Division High School, and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 
Clerical work, Northwestern University School of Music, 1899-1900. Con- 
tributor of poems and short stories to the Independent and Four O'Clock. 

Married Louis N. Dodge (ex-'97), 28 Nov. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 

Child— LoTJis Norton, Jr., born 29 Sept. 1901. 

Residence, 1724 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 

948. MARY EMMA COMSTOCK (BEERS). 

Born 18 Jan. 1870, at Waterloo City, Ind. Prepared at North Manches- 
ter (Ind.) High School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Graduate student in Latin, 1897-98. Ossoli. Phi Beta Kappa. Instructor 
in Latin, Northwestern University Academy, 1897-99; Matron of Sheridan 
Cottage, Evanston, 111., 1899-1900. 

Married Forrest W. Beers (No. 534), 5 July 1899, at North Manchester, 
Ind. 

Residence, North Manchester, Ind. 

949. JOHN WESLEY RIDGAWAY CONNER. 

Brother of No. 1007. 

Born 9 July 1871, at Crisfield, Md. Prepared in Chicago West Division 
High School. A.B. Phi Delta Theta; Dem; Phi Bera Kappa. Graduate 
student in Greek, 1897-98. Instructor in Greek, Northwestern University 
Academy. 1897-1901. 

Residence, Lyons, Neb. 

950. NELLY COLE DANELY (BROOKER). 

Born 17 April 1875, at Astoria, 111. Prepared at Illinois Woman's College, 
Jacksonville, 111. Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta. Graduate work in Chicago 
University, summer of 1899. Graduate work at University of Illinois, 
1900-01. Teacher of English, Decatur (111.) High School, 1897-98; same at 
Chaddock College, Quincy, 111., 1898-1900; same at Paris (111.) High School, 
1901-02. 

Married Albert Sidney Brooker, 14 Oct. 1902, at Champaign, 111. 

Residence, Quincy, 111. 




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961. CORA EVANGELINE ELLIS. 
Daughter of No. 42. 

Born 14 May 1875, at Aurora, 111. Prepared in May wood High School, 
Wheaton Preparatory, and Oberlin xAcademy. Ph.B. Delta Delta Delta. 
Residence, 1136 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

952. WALTER ROY ESSICK. 

Born 17 Oct. 1876, at Preston, la. Prepared in Cornell College, Iowa. 
B.S. Bookkeeper for the F. B. Tait Manufacturing Co., Decatur, 111. 
Married Lillian Stephens, 15 Jan. 1902, at Decatur, 111. 
Residence, 1237 North Edward St., Decatur, 111. 

963. SAMUEL MARKS FEGTLY. 

Born 31 Aug. 1867, at West Unity, O. Prepared in Simpson College, 
Iowa. Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Kirk prize. 1900, 
LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. 

Residence, 372 Ontario St., Chicago, 111. Office, 142 Washington St. 

964. EDWIN HENRY FRETZ. 

Born 5 Jan. 1867, at Chalfont, Pa. Prepared in Pennington Seminary, 
New Jersey. A.B. President Y. M. C. A., 1895-96. Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
Zeta Phi; Deru. 1902, A.M., University of Southern California. Clergy- 
man, Methodist Episcopal; at Lordsburg, Cal., 1897-98; Prospect Park, 
1898-1900; Haven Church, Los Angeles, 1900 . 

Married Mary Elizabeth Stuart, 16 Sept. 1897, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Mary Stuart, born 6 June 1899. 

Reoidence, 1029 East 28th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 



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966. *DANA LEWIS GATES. 
Brother of No. 956, 



966. JESSE NEVIN GATES. 
Brother of No. 955. 



Born 22 Oct. 1873, at Plato, 111. Prepared in Lena (111.) High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1898, M.S. (Zoology) 
Graduate student in Zoology, 1899-1900. . 

tied 2 April 1903, at Phoenix, Ariz, 
orn 26 Jan. 1875, at Ottawa, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
em3\ A.B. 1899, A.M. (Mathematics). Instructor in Mathematics, 
Parker College, Winnebago City, Minn., 1899-1900; Fellow in Mathematics, 
Clark University, Mass., 1900 . 



286 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1897 

967. SAMUEL DEBENHAM GLOSS. 

Brother of Nos. 467, 468 and 657. 
Born 17 Aug. 1871, at Batavia, 111. Prepared in Evanston High 
School. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. 1901, M.S. (Chem- 
istry). Instructor in Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts, Northwestern 
University, 1897-1903. With Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Co., Chicago, 

1903 . 

Residence, 1919 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

• 

968. EDWIN ALMIRON GREENLAW. 

Born 6 April 1874, at Flora, 111. Prepared in Chester (111.) High School,. 
Whipple Academy and Orchard City College. A.B. 1898, A.M. (History). 
Dewey prize in Political Science. Graduate student in Philosophy, 1901-02. 
Instructor in EngUsh, Northwestern University and Academy, 1897-1900;. 
Instructor in Pedagogy in College and in English and Methods of Teaching in 

the Academy, 1900 . On leave of absence for graduate work in Harvard 

University, 1902-03. Member of American Historical Association, 1898 . 

Author of three pamphlets, ''Studies in Macbeth," "Studies in Literature" 
and "Supplementary Reading in Schools." Contributor to Municipal Ajfairs,. 
Inland Educator and American Journal of Education. 

Married Mary Elizabeth Duriand, 1 Sept. 1898, at Flora, 111. 

Child — Dorothy Durland, bom 6 April 1902. 

Temporary address, 1595 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. ; residence, 
Evanston, 111. 

969. L. MAY HADLEY. 

Born 20 July 1875, at Pioneer, O. Student in Ohio Wesleyan University, 
1890-93. Ph.B. Delta Delta Delta. 1897, diploma from Cumnock School 
of Oratory. Instructor in Public Speaking, Oberlin Academy, O. 

Residence, Pioneer, O. 

960. JOSEPH JUSTIN HICKS. 

Born 22 Oct. 1870, at Redwing, Minn. Prepared in Maryville Seminary 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Two 
years in Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at 

Glenwood, Mo., 1897-99; Mexico, 1899-01 ; Macon, 1901 . 

Married Jessie Cora Gulick, 5 Aug. 1891, at Blanchard, la. 
Children — Mildred Elaine, born 3 June 1892. 
Virgil Gulick, born 10 July 1894. 
Joseph Harold, bom 9 Feb. 1899. 
Residence, Macon, Mo. 

961. HORACE LEVAN HOUGHTON. 

Born 18 Jan. 1868, at Hughesville, Pa. Prepared in Academies of Ohio 
Wesleyan and Northwestern Universities.' Ph.B. Tau Kappa Phi. 1900, 




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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 287 

jB. D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Wiscon- 
sin Conference; at Yorkville, Wis., 1896-97; Winter Park, Fla., 1897-98; Port 

[Washington, Wis., 1898-99; De Pere, 1900-02; Horicon, 1902 . 

Married Minnie Bean, 28 Nov. 1893, at Harvey, 111. 
Children — Edward Levan, born 3 Sept. 1896. 

Harry Vincent, born 21 Aug. 1901. 
Residence, Horicon, Wis. 



962. EDWIN STEVENS HUTCHINS. 

Born 19 Dec. 1872, at Henry, 111. Prepared in Chicago West Division 
High School. Ph.B. Phi Delta Theta. 1900, M.D., Hahnemann Medical 
College, Chicago. 

Married Mabel Claire Quivey, 25 Dec. 1900, at Argos, Ind. 

Residence, 314 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis. 



963. THEODORA URSULA IRVINE. 

Born 21 June 1873, at Three Rivers, Quebec, Can. Prepared in Hamline 
University and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Shaffer prize. 1898, diploma from Cumnock School of Oratory. 
1898-99, graduate student, ibid. Teacher, Cumnock School of Oratory, 1898- 
99; teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture, Cornell College, la., 1899-1902. 
Director of School of Oratory and Physical Training, ibid., 1902 . 

Residence, Mt. Vernon, la. 

964. KATHERINE LORENA JANES (WITTER). 

Sister of No. 1022. 

Born 10 Feb. 1875, at Quincy, 111. Prepared in Quincy High School. 
Ph.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Married Charles Edgar Witter (No. 992), 30 Nov. 1899, at Quincy, 111. 
Residence, 5182 Maple Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 



965. ELEANOR JOHNSTON. 



Born 5 Sept. 1873, at Washington, D, C. Prepared in Evanston Township 
High School. B.S. Delta Delta Delta. Teacher at Dundee, 111. 
Residence, Dundee, 111. 

966. HARRIET MAY DAISY KENDALL (WARD). 

Born 7 Dec. 1873, at Kansas City, Mo. Prepared in Kansas City High 
jchool. B.S. President Y. W C. A., 1895-96. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
'In Northwestern University Settlement work, Chicago, 1899-1900. 

Married Harry Frederick Ward (No. 986), 20 April 1899, at Kansas City, 
iMo. 

Residence, 4356 Union Ave., Chicago, 111. 



288 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1897 

967. HARRIET CHRISTIANA LAMB. 

Born 22 Sept. 1862, at Pana, 111. Prepared under private tutors in Evans- 
ton, 111. Ph.B. University Woman's Club.* Occupied with evangelistic 
work in Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Residence, Athens, O. 

968. AUSTIN CHARLES LARSEN. 
Brother of No. 1264. 

Born 5 March 1877, at Fort Howarc^ Wis. Prepared in Fort Howard 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 
Residence, Green Bay, Wis. (1899). 

969. MELVA AMELIA LIVERMORE. 

Born 9 April 1867, in Chariton County, Mo. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Congdon prize. Missionary of Methodist Epis- 
copal Church and in charge of Girls' School, Meerut, India. 

Address, Methodist Episcopal Mission, Meerut, India, via Italy. 

970. FRANKLIN WOODFORD McCASKY. 
Son of No. 21 and Brother of Nos. 667 and 897. 

Bom 16 June 1876, in Chicago. Prepared in Chicago West Division High 
School. A.B. Phi Delta Theta. In fire insurance business with Royal In- 
surance Co., Chicago. 

Married Mary Catharine Patterson, 16 Aug. 1899, in Chicago. 

Residence, 2108 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 111. 

971. MARY KING MAC HARG. 

Born 30 Oct. 1874, at Dover Plains, N. Y. Prepared in Lake View High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Delta Gamma; Omega Psi. 1900, Ph.M. (French). 
Residence, 3227 Beacon St., Chicago, 111. 

972. OTIS HARDY MACLAY. 

Born 9 July 1874, at Oakland, Cal. Prepared in Jennings Seminary and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Psi Upsilon (at University of 
Michigan); Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Rho Sigma. 1901, M.D., Northwestern 
University Medical School. Interne in Provident Hospital, Chicago, and 
Assistant Surgeon in First Regiment Cavalry, 1901-02; practicing physician, 
Chicago, 1902 . 

Residence, 6408 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, northeast comer 
63d St. and Cottage Grove Ave. 

973. ALTA DOROTHY MILLER. 

Born 23 Feb. 1874, at Morris, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.L. Kappa Alpha Theta; Omega Psi. Graduate student in German, 1897- 
08. Student of Music ; soloist in Christian Science Church, Evanston. 

Residence,- 1707 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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974. HARRIET LELAND MORSE (BARNES). 
Sister of No. 587. 

Born 16 June 1874, at Kent's Hill, Me. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Teacher of Latin and 
Greek in Epworth Seminary, Epworth, la., 1897-99. 

Married Rev. Francis George Barnes, 18 July 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Leland Spencer, born 23 Jan. 1901. 

Residence, Onarga, 111. 

975. WILBER FRANKLIN NULL. 

Born 3 Oct. 1871, at Maryville, Mo. Prepared in Maryville High School 
and Maryville Seminary. A.B. Instructor in Cameron College, Cameron, 
Mo. 

Residence, Cameron, Mo. ; permanent address, Maryville, Mo. 

976. HARPER ELMER OSBORN. 

Born 9 Nov. 1872, at Denrock, 111. Prepared in Prophetstown and Ster- 
ling (111.) High Schools and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Rogers. Summer of 1897, graduate student. University of Chicago. 1899- 
1900, student. Northwestern University Law School. 1902, LL.B., Chicago- 
Kent College of Law. Teacher in Rensselaer (Ind.) High School, 1897-99. 

Attorney-at-law, Chicago, with firm of H. S. & F. S. Osborne, 1900 . 

Member of Illinois State Militia, 1890-93. 

Address, 1518 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

977. SAMUEL JAMES PEASE. 
Brother of No. 1039. 

Born 12 May 1877, at Cambridge, Mass. Prepared in Lyons Township 
High School, La Grange, 111., Deerfield Township High School, Highland Park, 
111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1898, 
A.M. (Greek). Graduate student. University of Chicago, summer of 1900. 
Teacher, Northwestern, 1898-99; Instructor in Greek and Modern Lan- 
guages, Hamline University, Minnesota, 1899-01; teacher and surveyor, 
1901-02; Instructor in History and Civics, State Preparatory School, Boulder, 
Colo., and graduate student in University of Colorado, 1902 . 

Residence, 2124 14th St.. Boulder, Colo. 



978. SARAH ELEANOR REEVES (WIER). 

Born 5 Sept. 1874, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Englewood (111.) High 
Jchool. Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi. Teacher in Earle School, Chicago, 
L897-1900. 

Married Charles Wier, 18 Oct. 1900, in Chicago. 

Residence, 6438 Stewart Ave., Englewood, Chicago, 111, 



290 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1897 

979. ANNA CATHARINE REIMERS (RICHARDSON). 

Born 12 Sept. 1875, at Rock Island, 111. Prepared at Rock Island and 
Chicago High Schools. Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Ofnega Psi. Graduated from 
Cumnock School of Oratory, 1898. Teacher of English at Stillwater, 
Minn., 1899-01. 

Married H. J. Richardson, 1 Jan. 1903, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, Rochester, Minn. 

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980. EDWARD JOSEPH RIDINGS. 

Born 17 Aug. 1872, at Morris, 111. Prepared in Oberlin Academy and 
Morris (111.) Normal and Scientific School. A.B. Deru; Delta Upsilon. 
Editor Northwestern, 1896-97, Kirk contestant; class orator. In mercantile 
life, Morris, 111., 1897-1900. Student at Chicago Theological Seminary, 
expecting B.D. in 1903. 

Residence, Chebanse, 111. 

981. *PAUL SIMPSON SANNER. 

Born 14 Jan. 1873, at Prairie Home, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Taught in Prairie Home (111.) public school, 1897- 
99. Health failed; went to New Mexico and finally to Colorado Springs. 

Died 26 July 1900, at Colorado Springs. 

982. JESSIE SALANDA SAWYER. 
Sister of Nos. 435, 627 and 920. 

Bom 5 March 1876, at Streator, 111. Prepared in Streator High School. 
Ph.B. Kappa Alpha Theta. Graduate student in German, 1898-99. 
Teacher in Warren (111.) Academy, 1899-1900. Student Drexel Institute 
Library School, 1901-02. 

Residence, 1031 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

983. CHARLES ALLEN STEWART. 

Born 1 March 1875, at North Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High 
School. Ph.B. Phi Delta Theta. Real estate business, Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 2203 Central St., Evanston, 111. 



984. JAMES FACKLER STEWART. 

Born 23 Dec. 1867, at San Francisco, Cal. Prepared in Academy of Uni- 
versity of Pacific. B.S. Served in Co. H 4th Ohio Infantry in Porto Rico, 
and with Co. A, 1st U. S. Infantry in Cuba and the Philippines 1898-1902. 
Cashier of bank, Cambria, Cal. 

Address, care Bank of Cambria, Cambria, Cal. 



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985. HILA MAY VERBECK (KNAPP). 

Born 31 Aug. 1875, at Bloomingdale, 111. Prepared in East Aurora (111.) 
High School and Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111. A.B. Pi Beta Phi; Phi 
Beta Kappa. 

Married Harold Everard Knapp, 14 Sept. 1898, at Aurora, 111. 

Residence, 218 Lunt Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, 111. 

986. HARRY FREDERICK WARD. 

Born 15 Oct. 1873, in London, England. Prepared in England. A.B. 
President Y. M. C. A., 1896-97. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. 1898, 
A.M., Harvard University. Head resident of Northwestern University Settle- 
ment, Chicago, 1898-1900; editor Neighbor, 1899-1900. One of the pastors of 
Wabash Avenue Church, Chicago, 1899-1900; pastor of Forty-Seventh Street 

Methodist Episcopal Church, 1900-03; pastor Union Ave. Church, 1903 . 

Contributor to Methodist Review, Central Christian Advocate, Conference 
Examiner, Christian City, Northwestern Advocate, American Weekly. 

Married Daisy Kendall (No. 966), 20 April 1899, at Kansas City, Mo. 

Residence, 4356 Union Ave., Chicago, 111. 

987. LE ROY WELLS WARREN. 

Born 28 Oct. 1869, at Rushville, 111. Prepared in Rushville (111.) and 
Madison (Wis.) High Schools. 1893-95, student at University of Wisconsin. 
A.B. Sigma Chi. Graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary, 1900. 
Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor at Lagrange, Ind., 1900-02; at Burgetts- 
town, Pa., 1902 . 

Residence, Burgettstown, Pa. 

988. ROYAL JOSEPH WHITLOCK. 

Born 3 Jan. 1873, in Chicago. Prepared in Academies of Colorado Col- 
lege and Northwestern University. Ph.B. Hinman. 1899, LL.B., North- 
western University Law School. Divided the Towle scholarship prize in 
1898. Delta Chi. Lawyer, Chicago, 1899 . 

Residence, 1228 Greenwood Boul., Evanston, 111. 

989. NELLIE BLANCHE WILKINSON. 
Sister of Nos. 849 and 1056. 

Born 30 March 1872, at Harvard, 111. Prepared in Chicago High School. 
_Ph.B. Teacher in Chicago, 1897-99; Assistant Superintendent of Schools 

)r Kane County, 1899-1900; teacher in Chicago, 1900 . 

Residence, 828 Emerson St., Evanston, 111. 

990. JACKSON STITT WILSON. 

Born 19 March 1868, at Auburn, Ontario. Prepared in Goderich (Ont.) 
[igh School. A.B. Gage prize. 1902, A.M. (Sociology). Assistant in 



292 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1897 

English, Northwestern University, 1897-99. Carrying on the work of the 
"Social Crusade/' Editor of The Life Message. 

Married Emma Agnew, 26 Dec, 1889, at Wingham, Ont., Can. 
Children — Gladys Viola, born 5 March 1891. 

William Gladstone, born 27 April 1893. 
Violet Rose, born 12 June- 1895. 
Jackson Stitt, Jr., born 4 Dec. 1902. 
Residence, Berkeley, Cal. 

991. LEWIS AUGUSTUS WILSON. 

Born 10 Oct. 1867, at Georgetown, Wis. Prepared in Platteville State 
Normal School, Wisconsin, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Delta Tau Delta. 1897-98, student in Cumnock School of Oratory. Teacher 
in Seward (Neb.) High School, 1898-99; mercantile business, Cuba, Wis., 
1899-1900; ranching, 1900-02; owner and publisher of Springview Herald, 
Springview, Neb., 1902 . Member Nebraska State Teachers' Association. 

Married Minnie Bell, 21 June 1898, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Robert Lewis Bell, bom 30 Nov. 1902. 

Residence, Springview, Neb. 

992. CHARLES EDGAR WITTER. 

Born 23 July 1874, at St. Louis, Mo. Prepared in St. Louis High School. 
A.B. Deru; Delta Upsilon. Congdon prize; on Northwestern-Wisconsin 
debate, 1897; Kirk contestant. Graduate work at Chicago and Washington 
Universities; to receive A.M. from latter in 1903. With St. Louis Globe 
Democrat, 1897-99; Principal of Meramec School, St. Louis, 1899-1900; of 
Carondelet School, 1900-02; Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools, 

1902 . Member of Civic Improvement League, St. Louis Teachers' 

Benevolent Annuity Association, National Educational Association, Missouri 
State Teachers' Association, etc. 

Married Katherine L. Janes (No. 964), 30 Nov. 1899, at Quincy, 111. 

Residence, 5182 Maple Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 



CLASS OF 1898. 

993. ISAIAH AGAT. 

Born May 1859, in Candau, province of Kurland, Russia. Prepared in 
Rabbinical Institute in Germany, and in Northwestern University Academy. 
Ph.B. Rabbi in Chicago, lU. 

Residence, 1037 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, 111. 

994. *ORAMEL COLLINS AINSWORTH. 

Born 28 Nov. 1876, at Larned, Kan. Prepared in Marion (Kan.) High 
School. Ph.B. Sigma Nu. Secretary of the Assembly at Waseca, Minn., 



1898] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 293 

June to July 1898; Principal of Wells (Minn.) High School, from Sept. 1898 
until his death. 

Died 8 Dec. 1898, at Wells, Minn. 



995. ESTHER LOWELL ANDERSON. 

Born 12 Oct. 1871, in Chicago. Prepared in Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Two years in University of Chicago. Ph.B. University Woman's 
Club. Teacher of Enghsh in Lake View High School, Chicago, 1898-99; 
General Secretary of Y. W. C. A., Detroit, Mich., 1899 . 

Address, Detroit, Mich., care of Y. W. C. A. 



996. BENJAMIN RUSSELL BARBER. 

Born 16 Sept. 1867, at Eagleville, Mo. Prepared in Normal School, 
Dixon, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic; 
Rogers. Delta Tau Delta. General Secretary CoUege Y. M. C. A., 1897-98; 
Traveling College Secretary IlUnois Y. M. C. A., 1898-99; College Secretary 

Y. M. C. A., Calcutta, India, 1899 . One year in State Militia, Co. D, 

4th Missouri. 

Married Miriam Loretta Clarke (No. 1074), 30 Aug. 1899, at Port Huron, 
Mich. 

Child— John Clarke, born 23 Feb. 1903. 

Residence, 86 College St., Calcutta, India, via Brindisi. 

997. EVA ELLEN BARKER (FROULA). 

Born 17 April 1875, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Milwaukee College. 
A.B. 1898, A.M. (Zoology). Delta Delta Delta. Teacher in Milwaukee, 
Wis., 1898-99. 

Married Vaclav K. Froula (No. 1013), 24 June 1899, at Milwaukee, Wis. 

Residence, 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, 111. 

998. WILLIAM WILKINSON BELL. 

Born 10 Oct. 1874, at Farmington, 111. Prepared at Farmington High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Teacher in Calumet High School, Chicago, 1898 . 

Married Olive M. Hullinger, 23 Nov. 1898, at Allegan, Mich. 

Residence, 1479 East 69th St., Chicago, 111. 

999. BOYD BYRON BOBB. 

Born 17 Oct. 1873, at Orangeville, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. DiscipUnarian, Mekusukey Acad- 
emy, 1898-99. 

Married Sarah Matilda Hotze (Doane, '98), 5 Nov. 1902, at Indianola, 
Feb. 

Postofhce, Edge water, Colo., R. F. D. 



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1000. LUCY ISABEL BOWEN (LOWE). 

Born 12 Sept. 1874, at Neponset, 111. Prepared in Kewanee (111.) High 
School. B.S. Delta Delta Delta; Omega Psi. One year in Cumnock School 
of Oratory. 

Married Leo H. Lowe (No. 895), 4 Sept, 1901, at Kewanee, 111. 

Residence, Kewanee, 111. 

1001. EDITH JANE BROOMHALL. 

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Born 21 Dec. 1871, at Newport, Shropshire, England. Prepared in North- 
western University Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Assistant Principal 
Wheaton (Minn.) High School, 1898-99; teacher of Modern Languages, 
Moline (111.) High School, 1899 . 

Residence, 609 18th St., Moline, 111. 

1002. JOHN MONTCALM BROWN. 

Bom 1 Oct. 1864, at Blyth, Ont., Can. Prepared in Chnton (Ont.) High 
School, Olympia Collegiate Institute, Wash., and Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1897-98, elective work in Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; member Northwest Indiana Conference. 
Pastor at Veedersburgh, Ind., 1898-01; at Linden, Ind., 1901 . 

Married Juliet Adelaide Reed, 27 June 1901, at Monmouth, lU. 

Child-— Mabei. Ella, born 16 Nov. 1902. 

Residence, Linden, Ind. 

1003. MARY FRANCES BROWNELL. 

Bom 2 Aug. 1875, at St. Charles, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. University Woman's Club. Teacher of English in 
Pipestone (Minn.) High School, 1900-02; same in Menominee (Mich.) High 
School, 1902 . 

Residence, Menominee, Mich. Permanent address, St. Charles, 111. 

1004. MARTIN DANIEL BUSH. 

Born 14 Sept. 1869, at Lansing, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. 1901, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal, Northwest Iowa Conference; at Hickory, HI., 1899- 
1901; at Webb, la., 1901 . 

Residence, Webb, la. 

1005. NOAH EBERSOLE BYERS. 

Born 26 July 1873, at Sterling, 111. Prepared in Sterling High School. 
B.S. Hinman. Graduate work in University of Chicago. Principal of 
Elkhart (Ind.) Institute, 1898 . 

Married Emma Dora Le Fevre, 6 July 1898, at Sterling, 111. 

Residence, Elkhart, Ind. 




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1006. ANN ESTELLE CARAWAY. 
Sister of No. 536. 

Born 28 May 1875, at Tuscola, 111. Prepared in Tuscola High School. 
Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Fellow in German, North- 
western University, 1898-99; Instructor in German, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy, 1899 . Travel and study in Germany, on leave of absence, 

1902-03. 

Residence, Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Tuscola, 111. 

1007. WILLIAM HENRY CONNER. 
Brother of No. 949. 

Born 13 March 1873, at Utica, N. Y. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. A.B. Hinman; Phi Delta Theta. Teacher of Biology 
and Algebra, John Marshall High School, Chicago, 1898 . 

Residence, 2249 Jackson St., Chicago, 111. 

1008. LENA MARIE DAVIS (LEHMAN). 

Born 13 July 1874, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Teacher in Chicago, 1898-02. 
Married Carl CUfford Lehman, 20 May 1902, in Chicago. 
CMW— Clarence LeRoy, born 31 March 1903; died 3 April 1903. 
Residence, 430 South Claremont Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1009. HARVEY RUFUS DE BRA. 

Bom 10 June 1862, in Miami County, Ohio. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1900, A.M. (Social Philosophy). 
1900, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 
Rock River Conference; Marcy Home, Chicago, 1898-99; assistant pastor 
of Halsted St. Church, Chicago, 1899-1900; Prospect Avenue Church, 1900-01 ; 

Principal of Epworth Seminary, Epworth, la., 1901 . Member Upper 

Iowa Conference. 

Married Sarah Katherine Brown, 14 July 1883, at Syracuse, Ind. 
Children — Blanche Katherine, bom 30 Aug. 1885. 
Walter Brown, born 13 Nov. 1887. 
Paul Rue, born 1 Jan. 1889; died 3 Sept. 1890. 
Arthur Haywood, born 22 Nov. 1892. 
Eugene Field, born 22 Dec. 1898. 
Residence, Epworth, la. 

1010. NELLIE BLANCHE ECKERT (ZOLLINGER). 
Sister of No. 804. 

Born 14 Sept. 1874, at Northwood, la. Prepared in Northwood High 
School and Cornell College. Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta. 
Married M. A. Zollinger. 
Residence, Northwood, la. 



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1011. EBENEZER WASHINGTON ENGSTROM. 

Born 22 Feb. 1874, at Malta, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academ/. A.B. Delta Tau Delta. 
Kirk contestant. 1898-99, Cumnock School of Oratory. 1899-1900, 
graduate student in English Language. Commercial traveler, summers of 
1898 and 1900; Professor of Rhetoric, English and Oratory, Dakota Uni- 
versity, Mitchell, S. Dak., 1900-01; head of Department of English and 
Oratory, Albion College, Michigan, 1901 . 

Married Florence A. Foote (ex.-'OO), of Belvidere, 111., 12 June 1901. 

Child — Helen Wilhelmina, born 9 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, 402 East Erie St., Albion, Mich. 

1012. CHARLES HARVEY FAHS. 

Brother of No. 1345. 

• Bom 18 May 1872, at Richview, 111. Prepared in Olney (111.) High School; 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Editor Northwestern. 1901> 
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J. Assistant editor Merii 
Chicago, Feb. 1897 to Aug. 1898; Army Secretary International Committee 
Y. M. C. A. among soldiers of 7th Army Corps, Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. to 
Oct. 1898; managing editor Inter collegian, New York City, Oct. 1898-1901; 
member of staff of Northwestern Christian Advocate, Chicago, 1901-02; 
Editorial Secretary, Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 

1902 ; managing editor of World-Wide Missions (monthly). Edited in 

1902, "Jubilee of Work for Young Men in North America" (500 pages, illus- 
trated). Joint editor, 1903, "The Open Door: A Challenge to Missionary 
Advance" (400 pages). 

Married Sophia Blanche Lyon, 14 June 1902, at Waukegan, 111. 

Residence, 522 West 123d St., New York, N. Y. Office, 150 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

1013. VACLAV KAREL FROULA. 

Born 5 March 1873, in Hrddek, Pilsen County, Bohemia. Prepared in 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Rogers. Kirk contestant. Pas- 
tor of Second Bohemian Methodist Episcopal Church, Chicago, 1893-98; 
Instructor in Latin and History, Evanston Township High School, 1898 to 
Jan. 1903; University Examiner, Northwestern University, 1903 . 

Married Eva Ellen Barker (No. 997), 24 June 1899, at Milwaukee, Wis. 

Residence, 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, 111. 

1014. GEORGE BENJAMIN GOODWIN. 

Born 11 May 1874, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in East Side High 
School, Milwaukee, Wis. A.B. Hinman. Sigma Nu. Harris prize. 1900, 
LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Clerk in United States Treas- 
ury until Oct. 1900. Lawyer, Chicago, 1900 . 

Residence, 1910 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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1016. FRANK HASTINGS HALLER. 



W^m Born 21 June 1874, at Lanark, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
■^^ty Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Deru. Delta Tau Delta ; Theta Nu Epsilon ; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 1900-01, student Michigan College of Mines. Principal 
of Geneseo (111.) High School, 1898-99; Instructor in Latin and Mathematics, 
Iron wood (Mich.) High School, 1899-1900; Instructor in Surveying, Michigan 
College of Mines, June and July 1901; Principal Ironwood (Mich.) High 
School, 1901-03; mining engineer with Oliver Iron Mining Co., Ironwood, 

Mich., 1903 . 

Married Anna Louise White (No. 1054), 14 Aug. 1901, at Plattsmouth, 
Neb. 

Residence, Ironwood, Mich. 

1016. FRIEDERICA CAROLINA HANSEN. 

Born 19 Nov. 1876, at Sioux City, la. Prepared in Sioux City public 
schools. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta. 

Residence, 207 Sixth St., Sioux City, la. 

1017. WINIFRED EMMERSON HARRIS. 
Sister of No. 1087. 

Born 6 July 1877, at Beardstown, 111. Prepared at Beardstown. B.L. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 1898-99, student School of Music. 
Residence, Beardstown, 111. 

1018. JOHN LANGTON HEATHCOCK. 

Born 17 Nov. 1875, at Linden, Wis. Prepared at Iron Mountain, Mich. 
B.S. Hinman. Timekeeper for Oliver Iron Mining Co., Bessemer, Mich., 
1898-1901; bookkeeper and cashier, 1901 . 

Married Hattie Weller Joslin, 12 June 1901, at Bessemer, Mich. 

Child — Marion Langton, born 23 April 1902. 

Residence, Bessemer, Mich. 



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1019. AMELIA DOROTHEA HEPPE. 

Born 23 March 1874, at Logansport, Ind. Prepared in Logansport High 
chool. Two years in De Pauw University. B.L. 
Residence, 519 Erie Ave., Logansport, Ind. 



1020. ELMER FORREST HERDIEN. 
Brother of No. 1021. 



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Born 22 May 1876, at Galva, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 

Iphicago. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1901, M.D., Northwestern University 
edical School. Physician, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111., 1901-02; 

t Baker City, Ore., 1902 . 

Residence, Baker City, Ore. 



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1021. WALTER LAURENCE HERDIEN. 
Brother of No. 1020. 

Born 8 Aug, 1874, at Galva, 111. Prepared in Galva High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Deru. 1900, 
LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Engaged in lead and zinc 
mining. 

Residence, Webb City, Mo. 

1022. MERLE JANES. 
Brother of No. 964. 

Born 23 Nov. 1875, at Quincy, 111. Prepared in Quincy High School. 
Student from Illinois College. Ph.B. Rogers. Delta Upsilon. Kirk con- 
testant. 1899-1900, student in Chaddock College I^aw School, Quincy, 111. 
Reporter on Quincy Journal, 1898-99; Assistant Superintendent of Schools, 

Quincy, 111., 1899-1901. Deputy Circuit Clerk of Adams County, III, 1901 . 

Secretary of the Quincy Center of the Economic League, 1899 ; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Quincy Educational Association, 1901. Admitted to Bar of Illinois, 
March, 1903. 

Residence, 1300 North 6th Ave., Quincy, 111. 

1023. NETTIE L. JONES. 

Bom 20 April 1869, at Fayette, la. Prepared at Arlington Heights High 
School. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Residence, 446 North Central Ave., Austin Station, Chicago, 111. 

1024. WALTER CLINTON JONES. 

Born 2 May 1874, at Chicago. Prepared in Sandwich (111.) High School 
and Nort-hwestern University Academy. A.B. 1891-95, student in School 
of Music. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. 1899, A.M. (ZoSlogy). 1902, M.D., 
Northwestern University Medical School. Nu Sigma Nu. Teacher of Music, 
1890-1902. Interne in Mercy Hospital, Chicago, 1902-03. 

Residence, 1107 Ayars Place, Evanston, 111. 

1025. SADANOSUKE KOKUBO. 

Born 30 Sept. 1871, at Nagoya, Japan. Prepared in Nagoya Middle 
School, Berkeley (Cal.) High School and Academy of the University of the 
Pacific. 1891-93, student at Stanford University; 1894-96, at Denver Uni- 
versity. Ph.B. Prize for best historical essay, awarded by Professor Shep- 
pard. 1898, S.T.B., Biff School of Theology, University of Denver. Lec- 
turer in the Tokyo School of Foreign Language, 1900 . 

Married Tomo Nagato (graduate of Girls' High Normal School), 6 Jan. 
1900, at Nagoya, Japan. 

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1026. WILLARD NELSON McNETT. 
Brother of No. 1103. 



Born 12 June 1870, at Gary, 111. Prepared in Northern Indiana Normal 
School, Valparaiso, and De Pauw University Preparatory School. B.S. 
Residence, Gary, 111. 

1027. BEN HERBERT MARSH. 

Born 23 July 1872, at Warrenton Grove, 111. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Hinman. Teacher in Anglo-Ghinese GoUege, 
Foochow, Ghina, 1898 . 

Married Evelyn Gora Pinkney, 28 June 1900, at Foochow, Ghina. 

Address, Anglo-Chinese College, Foochow, Ghina, via San Francisco. 

1028. OLINIA MAY MATTISON. 
Sister of Nos. 620, 824 and 1186. 

Born 5 July 1877, at Rochelle, 111. Prepared in Joliet and Wheaton (111.) 
High Schools, Wheaton College and Jennings Seminary. Ph.B. University 
Woman's Club. Phi Beta Kappa. First Assistant in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Library. 

Residence, 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1029. MABEL ESTELLE MESSNER. 

Born 28 Sept. 1874, at Polo, 111. Prepared in Elgin and Freeport (111.) 
High Schools. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Teacher at DowTiers 
Grove, 111., since graduation. 

Residence, Edison Park, 111. 



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1080. TERRESSA ADELIA METCALF (BONAR). 
Sister of No. 1187. 



Born 3 June 1876, at Indianapolis, Ind. Prepared in" Evanston (lU.) 
High School. Ph.B. Delta Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Cleveland prize. 

I Married Charles Clarence Bonar (No. 1068), 12 Sept. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, 111. 



1031. MARY LOUISE MILBANK. 



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Born 25 Nov. 1875, at Chillicothe, Mo. Prepared in Chillicothe High 
School. B.S. Kappa Alpha Theta; Omega Psi. 
Residence, Chillicothe, Mo. 



1032. MOTT PAYTON MITCHELL. 



Born 8 June 1872, at De Soto, la. Prepared at Guthrie Centre, la., and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Deru. Phi Delta Theta. Clergy- 



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man, Methodist Episcopal; at Avoca, la., 1898-99; Earlham, 1899-1901; 
Boone, 1901 . 

Married Ida Grace Rollins, 6 Dec. 1899, at Avoca, la. 

Residence, Boone, la. 

1033. ALICE MAUDE MONK. 

Born 14 March 1872, at Onawa, la. Prepared in Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1898-99, graduate student in Social 
Philosophy (in absentia). 1899-1900, resident graduate student in same 
subject. Teacher in Wilton Junction (la.) Academy, 1898-99; in Chi- 
cago pubhc schools, Jan.-June 1900; teacher in Commercial Department, 
Albion College, Mich., 1900-02. General Secretary of the Rochester ( N.Y.) 
Y. W. C. A., 1902-03. 

Address, La Crosse, Wis., care Y. W. C. A. ; permanent address, Albion, 
Mich. 

1034. EVA ESTELLE MOORE (HASELTINE). 

Born 20 May 1877, at Fond du Lac, Wis. Prepared in Evanston (111.) 
High School. Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in Larchmont, 
N. Y., 1898-99. 

Married Charles Francis Haseltine, 17 June 1901, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1307 Ainslie St., Chicago, 111. 

1035. CLARENCE HARRISON MOWRY. 

Bom 16 Jan. 1871, at Maroa, 111. Prepared in Newton (Kan.) High 
School. One year at University of Kansas. B.S. Deini; Sigma Chi; Theta 

Nu Epsilon. In offices of Crane Co., manufacturers, Chicago, 1898 . 

Served five years in Kansas State Militia; enlisted as a private and was mus- 
tered out a Sergeant-Major. 

Married Estelle E. Wing, 21 June 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Virginia Russell, born 10 April 1900. 

Residence, 1007 Forest Ave., Wilmette, 111. 

1036. LAURA ANN NICHOLS. 

Born 7 Jan. 1868, at Millbrook, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, Au- 
rora, 111. Ph.B. Assistant teacher in Huron (S. Dak.) High School, 1898 . 

Residence, 964 North Clark St., Chicago, 111. ; permanent address, Mill- 
brook, 111. 

1037. HARRY THADDEUS PARSONS. 

Bom . Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111. B.S. 

Sigma Nu. Kirk prize. 1897, diploma from Cumnock School of Oratory. 
Instructor in Washburn College, Topeka, Kan., 1898-1900. Student of law, 
1900-02, being admitted to bar in both lUinois and Oklahoma. Instructor 
in Orator}^, Northwestern Territorial Normal School, Alva, Okla., 1902 . 

Residence, Alva Okla. ; permanent address. Braid wood. 111. 



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1088. FLORENCE MARGUERITE PATTERSON. 
Sister of Nos. 673 and 911. 



Born 1 Nov. 1875, at Burlington, Wis. Prepared in Burlington, Wis. 
Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta. 

Residence, Burlington, Wis. 

1039. ROLLIN MALBONE PEASE. 
Brother of No. 977. 

Born 13 July 1879, at Cambridge, Mass. Prepared in Highland Park (111.) 
High School. A.B. 1898-99, student of Law and Music. 1900-02, student 
in College of Music, University of Denver. Mining and prospecting, 1899- 
1900. Instructor in Vocal Culture, Fort Worth University, Texas, 1902 . 

Residence, Fort Worth, Texas. 

1040. CARLETON HENRY PENDLETON. 

Born 5 Oct. 1875, at Solomon City, Kan. Prepared in Evanston High 
School. B.S. Deru; Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Gage prize. 1898-99, 
student in Chicago College of Law. 1901, IjL.B., Chicago Law School. Law- 
yer, Chicago, 1901 . 

Residence, 1238 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111.; office, 100 Washington St., 
Chicago. 

1041. THOMAS JEFFERSON PLANT. 

Born 31 Jan. 1872, at Lemont, 111. Prepared in Lake High School and De 
La Salle Institute, Chicago. One year in University of Chicago. A.B. 
Residence, imknown. 

1042. EDITH MARY POST. 

Born 22 Sept. 1877, at Boise, Idaho. Prepared in Boise, Idaho. B.L. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher. 

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1043. HARRY CLINTON RASSWEILER. 



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Born 19 Jan. 1874, at Naperville, 111. Prepared at Northwestern College. 
.S. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. Raymond prize. Insurance business, 
Naperville, 111. 

Residence, Naperville, 111. 



1044. ROBERT JOHN REID. 



Born 11 Aug. 1867, at Caledonia, Ontario, Can. Prepared in CoUingwood 
and Port Perry, Ont., and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Cler- 
gyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Yeoman, Ind., 1898-99; Knox, 1899-1900. 

Columbia River Conference: Pomeroy, Wash., 1901 . 

^_ Married Hattie Calista Wright, 24 May 1899, at Boissevain, Manitoba, Can. 

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1046. MARY ISABEL REYNOLDS. 

Bom 21 Feb. 1873, at Madison, Wis. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi ; Phi Beta Kaj^a. Teacher in Burley School, 
Chicago, 1898-99; teacher of EngUsh and Latin in Lake View High School, 

Chicago, 1899 . Member of High School Teachers' Club, Chicago, and of 

High School Teachers' Association. 

Residence, 563 Orchard St., Chicago, 111. 



1046. BURTON LITTLE ST. JOHN. 

Born 24 Nov. 1873, at Hickory Grove, 111. Prepared in SterUng (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1899- 
1900, student at Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J. TraveUng Secre- 
tary of Student Volunteer Movement, 1898-99 ; with Missionary Campaign of 
Epworth League, Chicago, 1900-01 ; private secretary of John R. Mott, travel- 
ing in Asia, 1901-02 ; with Methodist Mission, Peking, China, 1902 . Mem- 
ber of Company E, Sixth Regiment, lUinois National Guards, 1892-95; active 
service during railroad strikes, Chicago, July 2-22, 1894. 

Married lo Barnes (No. 1323), 9 July 1902, at Duluth, Minn. 

Address, Peking, China, care of Methodist Mission. 



1047. JOHN MICHAEL SCHNEIDER. 

Bom 17 Jan. 1874, at Mt. Carroll, 111. Prepared in Northern Illinois Col- 
lege, Fulton, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Rogers. 
Sigma Nu; Cleveland prize. 1898-99, student Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Union, 111., 1898-99; Capron, 1899-1902; 
Elgin, 1902 . 

Married Katherine M. Hubbard, 6 Sept. 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Helen Imogene, born 18 June 1900. 

Residence, 857 South Liberty St., Elgin, 111. 



1048. CARL NELSON SHARP. 

Born 5 May 1875, at Quincy, O. Prepared in Sidney (O.) High School. 
1893-94, and 1895-96, student in Ohio Wesleyan University. 1896-97, Puget 
Sound University. B.S. Alpha Tau Omega (Ohio Wesleyan). Principal, 
Sidney (O.) High School, 1898-99. Since in credit indemnity business. 
Member of Company L, 3d Regiment, Ohio National Guards, 1894-98; Ser- 
geant. 

Married Josephine Morphy, in 1902, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 1632 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1049. ERNEST DAILEY SMITH. 

Born 13 June 1871, at Winterset, la. Prepared in Lyons High School and 
Preparatory Department of Southwest Kansas College. A.B. 1900, B.D., 



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arrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Northwest 
Indiana Conference; at Whiting, Ind., 1896-99; Lowell, 1899-1902; Danville, 

1902 . 

Residence, Danville, Ind. 

1050. LOUISE MARTHA TAYLOR (WHITE). 

Bom 21 Sept. 1876, at Geneseo, 111. Prepared in Geneseo High School. 
B.S. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Omega Psi. 

Married James H. White, 3 June 1902, at Geneseo, 111. 
Residence, Geneseo, 111. 

1051. ANISE MAY THISTLEWOOD (ERICSON). 

Born 13 June 1876, at Cairo, 111. Prepared at Cairo High School. B.S. 
Delta Gamma; Omega Psi. 

Married Julius Frederic Ericson, 8 Nov. 1900, at Cairo, 111. 
Residence, Park Ridge, 111. 

1052. GEORGE HORACE TOMLINSON. 
Brother of No. 731. 

Born 26 Feb. 1874, at North Urbana, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Deru. Member of United 
States Life-Saving Crew. With Illinois Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago, 

1898 . Organist and choir director, Gary Memorial Methodist Episcopal 

Church, Wheaton, 111., 1901 . 

Married Marian McSherry Doren, 9 Oct. 1900, at Dayton, O. 

Child — John Doren, born 7 March 1903. 

Residence, 703 Main St., Wheaton, 111. 

1063. GRACE IRMAGARDE VAN SICKLE. 

Sister of No. 845. 

Born 11 Aug. 1874, at Kalamazoo, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Pi Beta Phi. Teacher of Science in Beards- 
town (111.) High School, 1898-99; in Little Falls (Minn.) High School, 1899- 
1900; in Wabasha (Minn.) High School, 1900-02; in Wellsville (0.) High 
School, 1902-1903. 

Residence, Wellsville, O. ; permanent address, 6301 Yale Ave., Chicago, 111. 



1054. ANNA LOUISE WHITE (HALLER). 

Born 13 July 1876, at Plattsmouth, Neb. Prepared in Plattsmouth High 
School. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta; Omega Psi. Graduate student in English 
Language (in absentia), 1898-99. Clerk in office of Grand Secretary of Grand 
Lodge of Nebraska, 1899-1901. 

E Frank Hastings Haller (No. 1015), 14 Aug. 1901, at Plattsmouth, 



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1056. GILBERT HAVEN WILKINSON. 

Born 23 July 1874, at Sheldon, 111. Prepared in Academy of Cornell Col- 
lege, Iowa. Ph.B. Sigma Nu. Instructor In Mathematics and Music, Du- 
buque (la.) High School, 1898-1901; chair of Mathematics in Northwestern 

Territorial Normal School, Alva, Okla., 1901 . Teacher of English in 

Woods County Normal Institute, Okla., summer of 1902. 

Residence, Alva, Okla. 

1066. RUFUS HER:aERT WILKINSON. 
Brother of Nos. 849 and 989. 

Born 20 March 1876, at Malta, 111. Prepared in Northwest Division High 
School, Chicago, and Evanston High School. Ph.B. Rogers. Delta 
Upsilon, In life insurance business, 1898-99; with Powers, Higley & Co., 
educational specialties, Chicago, 1899-1901; assistant in building sample 
cars for Summers Steel Car Syndicate, Jan. to Sept. 1902; furnace clerk of 
Carnegie Steel Co., Youngstown, O., Nov. 1902 . 

Residence, corner Lincoln and Holmes Sts., Youngstown, O. 

1067. ROBERT EDWARD WILSON. 

Born 12 Aug. 1872, at Oak Lawn, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. 1901, Ph.M. 
(Mathematics). Principal of Goodwin School, Clyde, 111., 1898-99; Instruc- 
tor in Mathematics, Northwestern University Academy, 1900-1902; same, 
Northwestern University, 1902 . 

Married Ruth A. Colvin (No. 1076), 25 Dec. 1901, at Bonus, 111. 

Residence, 813 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

1068. CHARLES SPAULDING WINSLOW. 
Son of No. 45 and Brother of No. 1314. 

Born 22 Sept. 1876, at Lisbon, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman. 1899, A.M. (Greek and Latin). Instructor in 
Academy of Northwestern University and engaged in University Settlement 
work, 1899-1900; principal of schools, Peotone, 111., 1900-01; superintendent 
of same, 1901 . 

Married Grace J. Wilson of Oak Lawn, 111., 8 Aug. 1901. 

Child— A-RTKVR Fay, born 3 April 1903. 

Residence, Peotone, 111. 

CLASS OF 1899. 

1069. PAUL MILFORD ADAMS. 

Born 7 Dec. 1874, at New Milford, 111. Prepared in Beloit College Acad- 
emy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1900, A.M. (Zoology). Principal of Winne- 
bago (111.) High School, 1900-01. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Montana 
Conference ; Virginia City, Mont., Jan. 1902 . 

Residence, Virginia City, Mont. 




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1060. BERTHA ANDERSON. 
Sister of No. 797. 

Born 23 Dec. 1879, at Sheldon, 111. Prepared in Sheldon High School. 
B.L. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Residence, Sheldon, 111. 

1061. JENS ANDERSON. 

Born 30 Jan. 1872, in Denmark. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. 

Residence, Cedar Rapids, Neb. 

1062. FRANK WILSON BARNUM. 

Born 15 Aug. 1871, at Morrison, 111, Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Harris prize. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Pastor at Lake 
Bluff, 111., 1896-99; of Bowen Church, Chicago, 1899 . 

Married Emma Augusta Hume, 21 June 1899, at Manteno, 111. 

Child — Merritt Hume, born 25 Jan. 1901. 

Residence, 941 Warner Ave., Ravenswood, Chicago, 111. 

1063. ANDREW BEERNINK. 

Born 18 March 1872, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B, Hinman. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Wis- 
consin Conference; pastor at Mattoon, Wis., 1899-1902; at Wautoma, Wis., 
1902 . 

Married Cornelia Poiron, 20 Sept. 1899, at Milwaukee, Wis. 

Residence, Wautoma, Wis. 

1064. HENRY GEORGE BEHNER. 

Born 2 March 1868, at Secor, 111. Prepared in Evansville Seminary, Wis., 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Free Methodist. 

pastor at St. Charles, 111., 1899 . 

■■ Residence, St. Charles, 111. 



1065. FRED CLAUDE BENHAM. 
Brother of No. 1326. 



Born 27 Sept. 1869, at Winnebago, 111. Prepared in Winnebago High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Manager and half 
proprietor of the Mutual Lyceum Bureau. 

Residence, 6450 Kimbark Ave., Chicago. Home address, Winnebago, 111. 



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1066. MARIE ELORIA BENNETT. 

Born 10 May 1876, at Litchfield, 111. Prepared in Illinois Woman's Col- 
ge, Jacksonville, 111. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta; Omega Psi. 
Residence, Anna, 111. 



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1067. DWIGHT ST. JOHN BOBB. 

Born 19 July 1876, at Dakota, 111. Prepared in Academy of College of 
Northern Illinois. A.B. Rogers. Phi Beta "Kappa. 1899-1900, graduate 
student in Political Economy at Harvard University on Chicago Harvard 
Club scholarship. 1900, A.M., Harvard University, and nominated to Henry 
Lee Memorial Fellowship in PoUtical Economy, but declined it to enter Har- 
vard Law School. Assistant in American History in Harvard University and 
Radcliffe College, and first-year law student, 1900-01 ; Assistant in Economics 
in Harvard University and second-year l«w student, 1901-02; third-year law 
student, 1902-03, having held scholarship in Harvard Law School since 1901. 
Acting editor Municipal Affairs, New York City, summer of 1899. 

Residence, 2 Gannett House, Cambridge, Mass. 



1068. CHARLES CLARENCE BONAR. 

Bom 21 April 1872, at Panola, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.S. Phi Kappa Psi. Chemist for the N. K. Fairbank Co., 
1899 . 

Married Terressa A. Metcalf (No. 1030), 12 Sept. 1900, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Dorothy Metcalf, born 19 July 1901. 

Residence, 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, 111. 

1069. CASSIUS M. CLAY BUNTAIN. 

Bom 15 Oct. 1876, at Momence, 111. Prepared in Momence High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Entered on State scholar- 
ship. Dem; Phi Delta Theta; Theta Nu Epsilon; Rogers; Phi Delta Phi. 
1902, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. President of senior class 
in Law School. 1902, A.M. (Law). Clerk in office of Adjutant General, 
War Department, Washington, D. C, summer of 1898. Lawyer, Chicago, 
1902 . Member of Society of American Wars. 

Married Alice Gertrude Bellinger, 22 June 1899, at Momence, 111. 

Residence, 7100 Yale Ave., Chicago, 111. Permanent address, Momence, 111. 

1070. ELIZABETH BUTLER CAMPBELL (PIETERS). 

Bom 14 Aug. 1872, at Durand, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 

Married Alexander Pieters, 9 Aug. 1902, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, Cebii, Philippine Islands. 

1071. JANE ALICE CHASE. 

Born 13 Dec. 1876, at Troy, Kan. Prepared in North Division and Lake 
View High Schools, Chicago. B.L. Delta Gamma; Omega Psi. 1900, M.L. 
(English Literature). 

Residence, Norwood, Mich. 




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1072. BESSIE WAITE CLARK. 

Born 2 Feb. 1876, at Farmington, 111. Prepared in Farmington High 
chool and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Teacher at Bradford. 
Residence, Bradford, 111. Permanent address, Farmington, 111. 

1073. MAY CLARK (JOY). 

Born 8 Sept. 1875, at Princeton, 111, Prepared at Princeton High School. 
B.L. Alpha Phi ; Omega Psi. 

Married Thomas H. Joy, 2 Jan. 1901, at Princeton, 111. 

Child— Janice, born 12 Sept. 1902. 

Residence, 1321 Waucoma Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 

1074. MIRIAM LORETTA CLARKE (BARBER). 

Born 4 Jan. 1871, at Point Edward, Ontario, Can. Prepared in Sarnia 
(Ont.) and Port Huron (Mich.) High Schools and Northwestern University 
Academy. B.L. President College Y. W. C. A., 1897-98. Missionary, Cal- 
cutta, India, 1899 . Member of Executive Committee of Y. W. C. A. of 

India. 

Married Benjamin Russell Barber (No. 996), 30 Aug. 1899, at Port Huron, 
Mich. 

Residence, 86 College St., Calcutta, India, via Brindisi. 

1075. GILBERT DRAKE CLEWORTH. 

Born 14 Jan. 1865, at Kingsville, Essex County, Can. Prepared in George- 
town (Can.) College, University of South Dakota, and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Kirk prize. Clerg\^man, Methodist Episcopal; at Ada 
Street Church, Chicago, until Oct. 1899; pastor of The Open Church (Wabash 

Ave.), Chicago, 1899 . 

Married Clara Elizabeth Rose, 23 June 1887, at Selby, Can. 
■ft Children— Edna Pearle, born 31 March 1888 ; died 30 March 1889. 
BK Beulah Rose, born 6 Sept. 1889. 

HH^ Thomas Willard, born 14 April 1891 . 

H^^^ LoRAE Vincent, born 17 Nov. 1893. 

H^^^p Clarence William, born 1 July 1895. 

James Gilbert, born 12 Dec. 1896. 
Edgar Earl, born 27 Dec. 1898. 
Residence, 1409 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1076. RUTH AMANDA COLVIN (WILSON). 

Born 2 Aug. 1874, at Bonus, 111. Prepared in North Belvidere High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Taught in Belvidere High 
School, 1899-1901. 

Married Robert E. Wilson (No. 1057), 25 Dec. 1901, at Bonus, 111. 

Residence, 813 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 



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1077. ANDREW COOICE. 

Born 9 May 1878, at Waukegan, 111. Prepared in Waukegan High School 
and Lake Forest (111.) Academy. A.B. Phi'Delta Theta; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Bond buyer for N. W. Harris & Co., Chicago, 1899 . Sergeant 1st Illinois 

Cavalry, Spanish-American War, 1898. 

Married Elsa Mary Love, 30 Sept. 1902, at Chicago, 111. 

Residence, 1443 Leland Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1078. EDMUND DECaTUR DENISON. 

Born 30 June 1872, at Hanna, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Hinman. Delta Tau Delta. Graduate student in Greek 
(in absentia), 1900-01. High school assistant, Lake Geneva, Wis., 1899- 
Jan. 1902. Principal of Negaunee (Mich.) High School, Jan. to June 1902. 
Principal of Ripon (Wis.) College Academy, 1902 . 

Residence, Ripon, Wis. 

1079. ALBERT L. FISHER. 

Born 22 March 1873, at Portersville, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Student at Garrett Biblical Institute, 1902-03. 
Pastor (supply) of Methodist Episcopal Church at Bigstone City, S. Dak., 
1899-1900. Joined Northern Minnesota Conference, 1900. Pastor at Annan- 
dale, Minn., 1901-02. Supply pastor at Lake Bluff, 111. 

Married Sara A. Wilson, 7 Sept. 1892, at Grindstone City, Mich. 

Children — Winfield S., and Wilson K., born 10 Jan. 1895. 
Vance Evanston, born 28 Sept. 1899. 

Residence, Lake Bluff, 111. Permanent address, Annandale, Minn. 



1080. MARJORIE LUCILLE FITCH. 

Born 1 Dec. 1876, at Harrisburg, Pa. Prepared in North Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi ; Omega Psi ; Phi Beta Kappa. 1899—, 
graduate student. University of Chicago. 1901, Ph.M., University of Chicago. 
Fellow in Germanics, ibid., 1902-03. 

Residence, 1803 Barry Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1081. ROY CASTON FLICKINGER. 

Born 17 Dec. 1876, at Seneca, 111. Prepared in North Division and Jeffer- 
son High Schools, Chicago. A.B. Rogers. Phi Beta Kappa. 1901, A.M. 
(Greek). Fellow in Greek, Northwestern University, and Instructor in Greek 
in Northwestern University Academy, 1899-1901. Head Fellow in Greek, 
University of Chicago, 1901-02; Assistant in Greek, ibid., 1902 . Treas- 
urer Irving Park Church of Christ, 1901-02; president Cook County Churches 
of Christ Christian Endeavor Union, 1901-02. 

Residence, Room 15 Snell Hall, University of Chicago. Permanent 
address, 2491 N. 42d Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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1082. CORA MAY FYFE (WIGGS). 



Born 1 Aug. 1877, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School. 
A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married James A. Wiggs, 28 July 1899, at Chicago, 111. 
Residence, 1074 East Ravenswood Park Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1083. BARRY GILBERT. 

Born 16 May 1876, at Cairo, 111. Prepared in Cairo High School. A.B. 
Beta Theta Pi. Rogers; Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. Cleveland prize; editor 
Northwestern; first prize in preliminary Northern Oratorical League contest; 
Kirk contestant. 1901, LL.B., Northwestern University Law School. Law- 
yer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Married Mary M. R. Peterson (School of Oratory), 15 Oct. 1901, at Mc- 
Gregor, la. 

Residence, Cedar Rapids, la. 

1084. JESSIE BELL GOODSMITH. 

Born 29 Jan. 1876, at Alliance, O. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. B.L. Teacher in Chicago public schools. 
Residence, 1072 Early Ave., Chicago, 111. 



1085. *LOUIS PHILIP HAIST. 
Brother of No. 1350. 

Born 25 Jan. 1868, at Freeport, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 

Died 16 Sept. 1899, at Evanston, 111. 



1086. ELIZA PLATT HALL. 

Sister of No. 883. 

Born 10 April 1877, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
licago, and Pasadena (Cal.) High School. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. 1900, 
.S. (English Language). Teacher. 

Residence, 720 Pine Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. 



1087. FLORENCE EMMERSON HARRIS. 

Sister of No. 1017. 

6 June 1875, at Beardstown, 111. Prepared in Beardstown High 
School. B.L. Alpha Chi Omega. 1895, graduate of Northwestern Uni- 
versity School of Music. 
I^m Residence, Beardstown, 111. 



310 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1899 

1088. EDITH ESTELLE HEAPS (PIERCE). 

Born 3 April 1875, at Kewanee, III. Prepared in Kewanee High School. 
B.L. University Woman's Club. Phi Beta Ifeppa. 

Married Elmer Horace Pierce (No. 915), 11 April 1900, at Kewanee, 111. 
Residence, Winfield, Kan. 

1089. ELFRIEDA HOCHBAUM. 

Born 25 July 1877, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Chicago High School. 
Ph.B. 1899, Ph.M. (German). Phi B§ta Kappa; Pi Beta Phi. 1900-01, 
graduate work at Leipzig, Germany. 1903, Ph.D., Cornell University. 
Teacher in Chautauqua Assembly, New York, summers of 1899 and 1900; in 
East Aurora (111.) High School, 1899-1900. Fellow in Germanics, Cornell 
University, 1901-02. Chair of German in Wells College, Aurora, N. Y., 

1902 . Author of "The Direct Influence of the American Revolution on 

German Literature." 

Address, Aurora, N. Y., care of Wells College. Permanent address, 627 
Touhy Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1090. WILLIAM EDWARD HOWARD. 

Born 5 Nov. 1866, in Jasper County, Mo. Prepared in Marion ville (Mo.) 
Collegiate Institute and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1899, 
M.S. (Astronomy). Summer term, University of Chicago, 1901. Assistant 
in Dearborn Observatory, 1897-99. Teacher of Mathematics in Ft. Dodge 
(la.) High School, 1899-1900; same, Marionville Collegiate Institute, 1900 . 

Residence, Marionville, Mo. 

1091. BESSIE BELL HUTCHISON. 

Bom 11 Feb. 1877, at Mineral Point, Wis. Prepared in Mineral Point 
High School. Woman's College of Baltimore, Md., 1894-96. B.L. Pi Beta 
Phi. Taught two years in Oshkosh (Wis.) High School; teacher in Marshfield 
(Wis.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Marshfield, Wis. 

1092. ALBERT REUBEN JONES. 

Born 14 Sept. 1874, at Pekin, 111. Prepared in Virginia (111.) High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Deru; Rogers. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 1899-1902, Law course, Illinois Wesleyan University, Manager of 
Drum Creek Oil Co., Independence, Kan. 

Residence, Independence, Kan. Permanent address, 1109 East Monroe 
St., Bloomington, 111. 

1093. PAUL VERNON JONES. 

Born 5 Sept. 1871, in Stephenson County, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) 
High School. A.B. 

Residence, 657 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 



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1094. CHARLES FRANKLIN JUVINALL. 



Born 28 Sept. 1873, at Pilot, 111. Prepared in Danville (111.) High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Gage and Raymond prizes. 1901, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Traveled 
in Europe, summer of 1899. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Illinois Con- 
ference; at Albert, Kan., 1900-01 ; at Edgar, 111., 1901 . 

Married Laura Mae Judy, 19 June 1901. 

Residence, Edgar, 111. 

1095. KARL DAVID KING. 

Born 6 May 1876, at Dallas Center, la. Prepared in Yankton (S. Dak.) 
High School and Armour Institute, Chicago. B.S. Delta Upsilon. In in- 
surance business with W. A. Alexander & Co., Chicago, 1899 . Member of 

Company C, South Dakota National Guards, 1892-93. 

Married Bessie C. Smith (No. 1206), 21 July 1902, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Residence, 1307 Ainshe St., Chicago. Office, 600 New York Life Building. 

1096. GRACE ADELE LASHER (BERRY). 

Born 1 June 1878, at Highland Park, 111. Prepared in Deerfield Township 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Gamma Phi 
Beta; Omega Psi. 

Married Thomas L. Berry, 14 Oct. 1902, at Highland Park, 111. 

Residence, 811 Washington St., Evanston, 111. 

1097. HIRAM FESTUS LAWLER. 

Born 14 Jan. 1871, at Green Valley, 111. Prepared in Western Normal 
College, Bushnell, 111. A.B. Hinman. 1902, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference; at Rose- 
crans, 111., April to Oct. 1900; Highwood, 1900-02 ; Arlington Heights, 1902 . 

Married Mabel Eleanor Bunten of Kingston, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1902. 

Residence, Arlington Heights, 111. 

1098. RAYMOND CLAUDE LIBBERTON. 

Born 22 May 1872, at Pleasant Valley, 111. Prepared in Aurora Seminary 
[and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Delta Tau Delta. Member 
U. S. Life-Saving Crew. 1899-1900, student Northwestern University 
Medical School. With Illinois Steel Co., South Chicago, 1900-02. Student 
Medical School, 1902—. 

Married Avis Claribel Stratton (ex-'99), 22 June 1898, in Chicago. 

Residence, 7427 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1099. ELMER LEON LONGPRE. 

Born 30 Sept. 1876, at Momence, 111. Prepared in Momence High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Deru; Phi Kappa Psi. 1899- 




312 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1899 

1901, student in American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Mo. 1901, 
D.O. Practiced osteopathy at Battle Creek, Mich., 1901-Dec. 1902. Now 
practicing at Kankakee, 111. 

Address, 194 Court St., Kankakee, 111. 



1100. CLARICE MAY LYTLE. 

Bom 27 May 1878, at Monona, la. Prepared in Madison (Wis.) High 
School. Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi. High school assistant. West Point, Neb., 
1899-1901 ; same at Clintonville, Wis., 1901-1903. 

Residence 4756 Langley Ave., Chicago, 111. 



1101. FRANK McCLUSKEY. 

Born 23 Sept. 1871, at Owaneco, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Deru. President senior class. Real estate busi- 
ness, Evanston, 111., 1899 . 

Married Kate Wisner, 31 July 1901, at Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Residence, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 



1102. WILLIAM NELSON MACHESNEY. 

Born 15 Oct. 1876, at Grant Park, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. 1901-02, graduate student in 
Chemistry. 1902, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Nu 
Sigma Nu. Football coach, Benton Harbor (Mich.) High School, Sept. to 
Dec. 1902. Physician. 

Residence, Grant Park, 111. 



1103. FRANK WARREN McNETT. 
Brother of No. 1026. 

Born 18 Sept. 1872, at Cary, 111. Prepared at De Pauw University Acad- 
emy. B.S. Hinman. 1898-99, student Northwestern University Law 
School. Lawyer, Chicago. 

Residence, 2004 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. Office, 69 Dearborn St. 



1104. OLA SAMUEL MEDLAR. 

. Born 20 Jan. 1875, at Alexandria, Neb. Prepared in York (Neb.) Acad- 
emy. 1894-98, student at York College. 1898, A.B., York CoUege. B.S. 
1901, M.S. (Zoology). Teacher at York, Neb., 1899-1900; Fellow in Zoology, 
Northwestern University, 1900-01; teacher at Abuyog, Philippine Islands, 

1901-02; at Tacloban, 1902 . 

Residence, Tacloban, Island of Leyte, P. I. 




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1106. AARON WESLEY MELL. 

Born 10 May 1868, at Lisbon, la. Prepared in Northwestern University 
icademy. A.B. 1900, diploma from Garrett Biblical Institute. Mission 
work in Chicago. Author of pamphlet, "The Law and Atonement," 1897. 
Married Margaret L. Klinefelter, 31 Oct. 1899. 
Residence, unknown. 

1106. MAUDE EVANGELINE MILLER (CORMACK). 

Born 14 Feb. 1875, at Winnebago, 111. Prepared in Winnebago High 
School, Northwestern University Academy and Rockford College. B.S. 
Teacher in Lanark (111.) High School, 1899-1900. Student of Art, 1900-01. 
Teacher in Rockford (111.) public schools, 1901-02. 

Married Rev. Joseph M. Cormack (No. 335), 4 Sept. 1902. 

Residence, New Milford, 111. 

1107. WILLIS FRANK MINIUM. 
Son of Nos. 122 and 181. 

Born 19 Jan. 1877, near Kaneville, 111. Prepared in Sheldon (111.) High 
School. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. 1902, M.S., University of California. In- 
structor in Physics and Chemistry, SulHvan (111.) High School, 1899-1901 ; in 
Physics and Mathematics, Petaluma (Cal.) High School, 1902 . 

Married Anna May Emerick, 22 Aug. 1899, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 732 Liberty St., Petaluma, Cal. 

1108. PARKE CORNELIUS MONEY. 

Born 7 Aug. 1859, at Cleveland, O. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. 1900, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, Northwestern Iowa Conference; at Humboldt, la., 190( 

Married Lizzie L. Flanders, 13 April 1881, at Grundy Center, la. 

Residence, Humboldt, la. 



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1109. GEORGE WASHINGTON MUHLEMAN. 



Born 26 April 1871, at Hannibal, O. Prepared in Allen High School, La 
oille. 111., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Hinman. 1898, 
scholarship in University of Chicago. Second prize in inter-collegiate ora- 

rical contest. Teacher in Milwaukee, Wis., 1899 . 

Married PameUa F. Woods, 7 Sept. 1898, at LaMoille, 111. 
Residence, 722 Van Buren St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

1110. WILLIAM EDWARD MYERS. 

Born 20 Sept. 1877, at Springfield, 0. Prepared in Springfield (O.) and 
Fanesville (Wis.) High Schools. 1895-97, Wittenberg College, Ohio. A.B. 
ieta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1899-1900, graduate student in German, 
istructor in St. Alban's Academy, Knoxville, 111. 
Address, Knoxville, 111., care St. Alban's Academy. 



314 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1899 

1111. GEORGE TAYLOR NESMITH. 

Born 25 Oct. 1872, at Capron, 111. Prepared in Geneseo (111.) Collegiate 
Institute. A.B. Hinman. Sigma Nu. Se(!ond prize in final contest of 
Northern Oratorical League. Editor Northwestern. Kirk contestant; Class 
day orator. 1900, A.M. (Moral and Social Philosophy). 1902, B.D., Divinity 
School of University of Chicago. Fellowship at Northwestern University 
Settlement, Chicago, 1899-1900. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; proba- 
tioner in Rock River Conference; at Calumet Heights, 111., 1900-02; Hebron, 

1902 . Author of "Antonio Maceo, • Evanston Press, 1898; 12 pages. 

Contributor to American Journal of Sociology, May 1903. 

Married Harriet Hall, 25 Oct. 1902, in Chicago. 

Residence, Hebron, 111. 

1112. HERBERT GILES OZANNE. 

Born 13 July 1869, at Somers, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Missionary of South India Methodist 
Episcopal Conference; at Raichur, Deccan, India, 1900-1901; at Gulbarga, 
India, 1901 . 

Residence, Gulbarga, India. 

1113. JESSIE LOUISE PADDOCK (PETTY). 

Born 20 Jan. 1877, at Prophetstown, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Delta Delta Delta. 

Married Oliver Perry Petty, 28 Oct. 1899, at Prophetstown, 111. 
Child — Ruth Ella, born 9 Jan. 1901. 
Residence, 201 West 8th St., Sterling, 111. 

1114. MARY ECK^L PALMER. 

Born 28 March 1876, at Marshalltown, la. Prepared in Marshalltown 
High School and Iowa College Academy. B.L. Gamma Phi Beta. Assist- 
ant editor Chicago Heights Signal, Chicago Heights, 111., 1899 . 

Residence, Chicago Heights, III. 

1115. ALBERTUS PERRY. 

Born 5 Nov. 1873, at Fulton, N. Y. Prepared in Gloversville (N. Y.) 
High School and Fairfield (N. Y.) Military Academ.y. 1894-95, Middlebury 
College. Chi Psi. Ph.B. 1897-99, student in Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference; at Pullman, Chi- 
cago, 111., 1899-1902; Simpson Church, Chicago, 1902 . 

Married Octavia Ackerman, 30 July 1898, at Troy, N. Y. 

Residence, 5940 Princeton Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1116. RUTH ELOISE PHILLIPPI. 

Born 11 June 1877, at Council Bluffs, la. Prepared in Omaha (Neb.) 
High School. A.B. Gamma Phi Beta; Omega Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. 




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aught in Omaha (Neb.) High School one year and a half, resigning to travel 
road. Now at home. 
Residence, 2310 CaUfomia St., Omaha, Neb. 

1117. ELLA MARIA PIERCE (BROWN). 
Sister of No. 915. 

Born 21 Sept. 1874, at Meacham, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. 

Married Robert Clarence Brown (No. 945), 20 Dec. 1900, at Mendota, 111. 
Residence, 2811 Harrison St., Evanston, 111. 

1118. JOHN CLOUGH PIERSON, JR. 
Brother of Nos. 833 and 1375. 

Born 5 Feb. 1871, in Hamilton County, la. Prepared in Cornell College, 
Iowa, and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Graduate student in 
Geology, University of Chicago. Teacher of Science in Beloit (Wis.) High 
School, 1899-01; in Menomonie High School and Stout Manual Training 
School, 1901 . 

Residence, Menomonie, Wis. 

1119. *WILLIAM RUSSELL PRICKETT. 

Born 18 Jan. 1876, at Rushville, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Deru; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Theta Nu Epsilon. Editor 
SyllahiLS. On staff of Chicago Evening Post; editor of Chicago Street Rail- 
way Men's Journal; editor of Alaskan Magazine. 

Died 8 Aug. 1901, at Kinmundy, 111. 

1120. WILLIAM BARNARD READ. 

Born 22 Dec. 1872, at Boone, la. Prepared in Ogden (la.) High School 
and Simpson College, Indianola, la. A.B. Professor of Mathematics and 

I.stronomy, Simpson College, Indianola, la., 1899 . 
Married Florence Gertrude Wilson, 25 Dec. 1894, at Bedford, la. 
Permanent address, Ogden, la. 



1121. JULIA. ELNORA RICHARDSON. 



Born 26 Feb. 1869, at Elgin, Minn. Prepared in Elgin pubHc schools and 
tate Normal School, Winona, Minn. B.S. High school instructor in Mathe- 
matics, La Crosse, Wis., 1899-1900. Training teacher, State Normal School, 
Winona, Minn., 1900-02. Graduate student. Teachers' College, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y., 1902-03. 

Residence, Elgin, Minn. 



1122. JAMES ELVON REMINGTON. 



t! Sept. 1876, at South Whitley, Ind. Prepared in South Whitley 



316 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1899 

Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. 1900, M.S. (Chemistry). Assistant in Chemistry, 
Northwestern University Dental School, 1899-1900; canvassing, summer of 
1900; assistant cashier Whitley County Bank, 1900-02; since July 1902, 
member of firm of Foust, Remington & Co., and resident manager of Whitley 
County Bank; secretary South Whitley School Board; president and treasurer 
South Whitley Telephone Co. ; director South Whitley Electric Light Co. 
Residence, South Whitley, Ind. 



1123. EMILY ISABEL RODGERS. 

Born 16 Dec. 1871, in Warren County, 111. Prepared in Preparatory 
Department of Monmouth College, Illinois, and in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Assistant principal in Colfax (111.) 
High School, 1899-May 1900. 

Address, Monmouth, 111., R. F. D., No. 3. 

1124. JESSIE ELIZABETH ROSS (MOON). 

Born 8 Nov. 1873, at Joliet, 111. Prepared in Joliet (111.), Jackson (Mich.), 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Gamma Phi Beta. Taught 
in Menominee, Mich., 1899-1901. 

Married Faye Arnold Moon, 10 Sept. 1902, at Joliet, 111. 

Residence, 2034 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1126. GEORGE EDWARD RUTHER. 

Born 12 July 1871, at Staunton, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. Hinman. 1899-1900, student at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School. 1901, LL.B., Chicago-Kent College of Law. Admitted 
to bar, June 1902; with law firm of Moses, Rosenthal & Kennedy, Chicago, 
1902 . 

Residence, 702 Sunnyside Ave., Ravenswood, 111. 

Office, 184 La Salle St., Chicago. 

1126. HARWIN BENJAMIN SHINN. 

Born 19 Sept. 1865, at Springdale, la. Prepared at Springdale (la.) Sem- 
inary and Iowa City Commercial College. Two years a student Iowa State 
University. A.B. 1899, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Teacher in 
Iquique English School, Chile, 1901 . 

Married Josephine V. Rothrock, 14 Sept. 1898, at Cedar Rapids, la. 

Residence, Iquique, Chile, South America. 

1127. PAUL RAYMOND SIBERTS. 

Born 29 Nov. 1875, at Boston, Mass. Prepared in Iowa Wesleyan Uni- 
versity and Evanston High School. B.S. Sigma Nu. 1899 , North- 
western University Medical School. 

Address, 2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, care Northwestern University 
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1128. JOHN McKENDREE SPRINGER. 



Born 7 Sept. 1873, at Cataract, Wis. Prepared in South Dakota Agri- 
cultural College and Northwestern University Academy, Ph.B. Deru; 
Delta Tau Delta. Member United States Life-Saving Crew. 1901, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. President College Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation, 1898-99; General Secretary of same, 1899-1900. Missionary of 
Methodist Episcopal Church at Old Umtali, Rhodesia, South Africa. 

Address, care Industrial Mission, Umtali, Rhodesia, South Africa. 

1129. ETHEL MAY SWARTHOUT (FLEMING). 

Born 23 Aug. 1875, at Muskegon, Mich. Prepared in Ludington (Mich.) 
High School. A.B. 1900, A.M. (Moral and Social Philosophy). Instructor 
in English, Gas Gty (ind.) High School, 1900-1901. 

Married Rev. Berton Harris Fleming, 20 June 1901, at Evanston, 111. 

Child — Alwyn Kingsley, born 25 Oct. 1902. 

Residence, 1868 Valdez St., Oakland, Cal. 

1130. GRACE ELSIE TELLING. 

Born 13 Jan. 1877, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Lake View High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Delta Gamma; Omega Psi. 
Residence, 840 North Park Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1131. CLARENCE MANLY THORNE. 

Born 25 June 1875, at Onarga, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminary, 
Onarga, 111. B.S. Deru; Delta Upsilon. Member of United States Life- 
Saving Crew. Fellowship in Mathematics, Northwestern University, 1899- 
1900. Instructor in Mathematics and Manual Training, Evanston (111.) 
High School, 1900-01. Student at Harvard University Law School, 1901-03. 

Address, Evanston, 111. 



1132. GEORGE PHILIP KUHN VOLZ. 



School, Chicago. A.B. Teacher in Chase School, Chicago, 1899 . 

Residence, Arlington Heights, 111. 



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1133. RUSSELL JONES WILBUR. 



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Born 24 July 1876, at Omaha, Neb. Prepared in Omaha High School. 

Student at Williams College, Massachusetts, 1893 to May 1897. A.B. Phi 
ita Kappa. Reporter and advertising solicitor of Shoe and Leather 
'.porter, and Shoe Retailer, New York, employed in Chicago office, 1899- 

1900. Head resident University Settlement since 1 Oct. 1902. Student 

W estern Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1900 . 



318 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1899 

1134. ARTHUR EDWARD WILLIAMS. 

Bom 6 March 1876, at Fairbury, 111. Prepared in Watseka (111.) High 
School. 1894-96, lUinois Wesleyan UniversitJ^. B.S. 1902, M.D., North- 
western University Medical School. Nurse, musician, and assistant pathol- 
ogist, Illinois Eastern Hospital for Insane, during summers 1899-1901 ; 
member of medical staff, ibid., June 1902 . 

Address, Hospital, 111. 

1136. ANNIE MIIRY WITT. 

Born 1 Feb. 1873, at Farmersville, 111. Prepared at Virden (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher at La Crosse, Wis., Sept. to 
Nov. 1899; at Carmi, 111., Jan. 1901-02; at Charleston, III, 1902-03. 

Residence, 805, 10th St., Charleston, 111. Permanent address, Farmers- 
ville, 111. 

1136. CYRUS AMES WRIGHT. ' 

Bom 25 March 1872, at Colborne, Ont. Prepared in Illinois Wesleyan 
University. A.B. 1901, A.M. (English Literature). 1901, B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Central Illinois Con- 
ference. Pastor at North Kankakee, 111., 1896-99; at Waldron, III., 1899- 

1901 ; at Bardolph, 111., 1901 . Member of Board of Examiners of Central 

Illinois Conference. 

Married Annie L. Catlin (No. 1226), Sept. 1901, at Waterloo, la. 

Residence, Bardolph, 111. 

1137. BASIL GUY WYRICK. 

Born 25 Sept. 1876, at Mongo, Ind. Prepared in Angola (Ind.) High 
School. 1893-94, student in Leland Stanford Jr. University. B.S. 1899- 
1900, student in Northwestern University Law School. Reporter and 
editor. City Press Association, Chicago, 1899-1900; reporter, Chicago Daily 
News, 1900-01; same, Inter-Ocean, spring of 1901; same, Chronicle, 1901 to 
June 1902; editor The Associated Press, Chicago office, June 1902 . 

Married Edith Eugenia Austin, of San Jose, Cal., 19 June 1901. 

Address, 302, 62d St., Chicago, 111. 

CLASS OF 1900. 

1138. ELSIE DODD ALLEN. 

Born 23 March 1878, at Gilman, 111. Prepared in Gilman High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 
Residence, Gilman, 111. 

1139. BESSIE BAKER. 

Born 31 Jan. 1877, at Ransomeville, N. Y. Prepared at Carthage (Mo.) 
High School. B.S. Delta Delta Delta. Graduate student in History, 



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1900-01. Course in education at Columbia College, New York, summer of 

1902. Teacher in public schools of Carthage, Mo., 1901 . 

Residence, 203 Macon St., Carthage, Mo. 



1140. ETHEL MAY BATES. 
Daughter of No. 157. 



Born 7 Dec. 1877, at Neponset, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.L. Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student in German. Teacher of German 
and English, Belvidere (111.) High School, 1900-02; Instructor in German, 
Northwestern University Academy, 1902 . 

Residence, 1862 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1141, WILEY ORLANDO BELLAMY. 

Born 13 Aug. 1866, at Knoxville, la. Prepared in Knoxville (la.) High 
School. 1894-96, student Garrett BibHcal Institute. Ph.B. 1901, B.D., 
Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Rock River 
Conference; at Lemont, 111., 1901 . 

Married Edith Agnes Ferris, 18 June 1901, at Madison, Wis. 

Residence, Lemont, 111. 

1142. LULU BELLE BERKEY. 

Born 21 Jan. 1870, at Grand Rapids, Mich. Prepared in Grand Rapids 
High School. Ph.B. Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa. 1891-92, 
student in Boston; 1902, student at the Sorbonne, Paris, France. 

Residence, 73 Crescent Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

1143. ANSLEY BAKER BLADES. 

Born 25 June 1870, at Canisteo, N. Y. Prepared in Addison (N. Y.) 
High School, and Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y. 1893-95, stu- 
dent at Syracuse University. A.B. Psi Upsilon. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal, Genesee Conference; at Pekin, N. Y., 1900-01; South Byron, 

(1— 
Married Florence Bailey, 10 Aug. 1894, at Otisco, N. Y. 
Children — Mary Bailey, born 6 Oct. 1895. 
Eunice Emma, born 8 Oct. 1898; died 2 Aug. 1899. 
Ansley Oliver, born 21 Sept. 1902. 
1144. DORA BOND (WILSON). 

Born 11 Dec. 1878, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. 

Married Oliver T. Wilson, 18 June 1901, at Evanston, 111. 
CMd— Hugh, born May 1902. 
Residence, 210 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 



320 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1900 

1146. ELIZABETH BRAGDON. 
Daughter of No. 62. 

Born 25 Aug. 1878, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. President College Young Women's 
Christian Association, 1899-1900. 

Residence, 1709 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1146. MABEL BROWN. 

Born 16 July 1877, at La Salle, 111. T*repared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.L. Teacher of History, Red Oak (la.) High School, 
1902 . 

Residence, 7226 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1147. NETTIE LADORA BRYANT. 

Born 3 April 1877, at Hebron, Ind. Prepared at Morthern Indiana Nor- 
mal School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. University 
Woman's Club. Assistant principal of Greentown (Ind.) High School, Feb. 
1902 . 

Residence, Greentown, Ind. Permanent address, Hebron, Ind. 

1148. ERNEST FRANCIS BURCHARD. 

Born 20 May 1875, at Independence, Kan. Prepared in West Division 
High School, Chicago, and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Phi 
Kappa Psi; Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student, 1902-03. 
Assistant in Geology on United States Geological Survey, summers of 1900, 
1901, and 1902. Instructor in Physical Sciences, MinneapoUs Classical School, 
fall of 1900; Instructor in Chemistry and Geology, Sioux City (la.) High 
School, 1900 . 

Residence, 1310 Pearl St., Sioux City, la. Permanent address, Evanston, 
111. 

1149. PAUL GUSTAV ADOLF BUSSE. 

Born 16 Oct. 1873, at Berlin, Germany. Prepared at the Lessing Gym- 
nasium, Berlin, Germany. Student in German Evangelical Theological 
Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., and McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago. 
A.B. 1899-1900, Fellow in German. 1900, A.M. (German). 1900-02, stu- 
dent in BerUn. 1902 , graduate student at Harvard University. Clergy- 
man, German Evangelical; at Hamilton, III, 1895-97; assistant pastor, 
Chicago, 111., 1898-1900. 

Residence, 67 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1150. WILLIAM HENRY BUSSEY, JR. 

Born 24 Oct. 1879, at Ridgeland, 111. Prepared in Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1901, A.B., Harvard University, on 



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Chicago Harvard Club scholarship. 1902, A.M., on renewed scholarship. 

Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1902 . 

Residence, Chicago Heights, 111. 



1161. GERTRUDE LEONE CHAPPELL. 

Born 27 Nov. 1877, at Oakland Valley, la. Prepared in Ottawa, Evans- 
ton, and Lake View High Schools. A.B. Field worker for Dakota Uni- 
versity, Mitchell, S. Dak., summer of 1901 ; teacher at Bridgewater, S. Dak., 
1901-02. In May 1902, elected Dean of Women, Dakota University, to 
fill temporary vacancy; Dean of Women, and Instructor in EngUsh, ibid., 
1902 . 

Residence, Mitchell, S. Dak. 

1152. MAYNARD COPELAND COLE. 

Born 5 Oct. 1877, at Norton, Mass. Prepared in CUnton (la.) High 
School. B.S. Beta Theta Pi ; Phi Beta Kappa. With M. A. Disbrow & Co., 
sash and door manufacturers, Omaha, Neb. 

Married Florence Moody, 15 April 1903, at Omaha, Neb. 

Residence, 1818 Binney St., Omaha, Neb. Office, 1202 Izard St. 

1163. GEORGE HARDIN CURFMAN. 

Born 4 Nov. 1877, at Maryville, Mo. Prepared in Maryville Seminary. 

Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1901 , student at Northwestern University 

Medical School. 

Address, 2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. Home address, Maryville, Mo. 

1164. SARAH ESTHER DANFORTH. 

Sister of No. 1155. 

Born 2 Nov. 1879, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. 

Residence, 905 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

1155. WILLIAM CLARK DANFORTH. 

Brother of No. 1154. 

Born 30 July 1878, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. B.S. Deru; Delta Upsilon. 1899-03, student at North- 
western University Medical School. 

Residence, 905 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

1156. ELIZABETH FRANCES DAVIS. 

Bom 20 Jan. 1877, in Chicago, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Art student, Chicago. 

Residence, 1703 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 



322 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1900 

1167. JESSIE EMEROY DAVISON. 

Born 9 Nov. 1866, at Lemont, 111. Prepared in Joliet, 111. 1885-86, 
student at Wellesley College. Ph.B. Phi BetS Kappa. 
Residence, Joliet, 111. Box 1594. 

1168. ALICE CLARA DOLAND. 

Born 13 Oct. 1877, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi. Studied in Berlin, Germany, 1901 and 1902. Teach- 
ing Latin and German in Oconto (Wis.) High School. 

Residence, Oconto, Wis. Permanent address, 852 Touhy Ave., Rogers 
Park, Chicago, 111. 

1159. CELIA ANNA DREW. 
Sister of No. 752. 

Born 2 Sept. 1876, at Wilmington, 111. Prepared in. South Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Teacher in Belvidere 
(111.) High School, 1900 . 

Residence, 324 Perry St., Belvidere, 111. Permanent address, 6620 Nor- 
mal Ave., Chicago. 

1160. LULU GENEVA ELDRIDGE. 

Bom 17 Dec. 1876, at Neponset, 111. Prepared in Kewanee, 111. Ph.B. 
Teacher of Latin and German, Whitewater (Wis.) High School, 1900-02; 
teacher in Cherokee (la.) High School, 1902. 

Residence, Cherokee, la. Home address, Kewanee, 111. 

1161. JEAN MAY FERGUSON. 

Born 19 June 1876, at Almont, Mich. Prepared in Northwest Division 
High School, Chicago. Ph.B. 

Residence, 344 South Capitol St., Pekin, 111. 

1162. HARRY BAINBRIDGE GOUGH. 

Born 8 Jan. 1871, at Newport, Ky. Prepared in Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Adelphic; Deru; 
Phi Beta Kappa. President general Northern Oratorical League session, 
Oberlin, O., 1899. Second prize Cleveland contest, 1899, and preliminary 
contest of Northern Oratorical League, 1900. Editor-in-chief Syllabus; Kirk 
contestant. Private secretary to Bishop Hartzell until Jan. 1901 ; member 
Central Illinois Conference, Bentley Circuit, until Sept. 1901 ; Wataga pas- 
torate until June 1902. President of Hedding College, Abingdon, 111., 
1902 . 

Residence, Abingdon, 111. 

1163. CLARE HAMILTON HALL. 

Born 26 April 1880, at New Milford, 111. Prepared in Rockford (111.) 
High School. B.S. Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. Chemist, 



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Alston Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 1900-02; superintending chemist Chas. 

Moser Co., Cincinnati, O., 1902 . Contributor to Oil Paint and Drug 

Reporter, Sept. and Dec. 1902. 

Residence 311 Broadway, Cincinnati, O. 

1164. LAURA SARAH HAPGOOD. 

Born 13 Nov. 1878, at Warren, O. Prepared in Warren High School. 
1897-98, student in Oberlin College. A.B. Teacher at Mineral Ridge, O., 
1900-01; in charge of English department, Newcastle (Pa.) High School, 
1901-02. Graduate student in Radcliffe College, Massachusetts, 1902-03. 

Residence, 44a Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass. Home address, 2306 
Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1165. WILLIAM AMOS HARD. 

Born 15 Sept. 1878, at Painted Post, N. Y. Prepared in Philander Smith 
Institute, Mussoorie, India, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 
Beta Theta Pi ; Deru ; Phi Beta Kappa. Deru scholarship prize. Graduate 
student in History, 1900-01. Fellow in History, 1900-01. Head resident of 
Northwestern University Settlement, Chicago, 1901-02. Editorial writer 
for Chicago Tribune, 1901 . 

Residence, 1318, 50th St., Chicago, 111. 

1166. FRANKIE MAY HART. 

Sister of No. 1167. 

Born 18 July 1877, at Redwing, Minn. Prepared at Prescott (Wis.) 
High School and Hamline University (Minnesota) Academy. Three years 
in Hamline University. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Assistant 
principal of Sherburn (Minn.) High School, 1901-02; principal of Batavia 
(111.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, 27 Prairie Ave., Batavia, 111. Home address, 503 Leland Ave., 
Ravenswood, 111. 

1167. LOUIE BLANCHE HART. 
Sister of No. 1166. 

Born 27 Sept. 1879, at Black Brook, Wis. Prepared in Prescott (Wis.) 
High School and Hamline University (Minnesota) Academy. Three years in 
Hamline University. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Assistant prin- 
cipal of Marengo (111.) High School, 1900 . 

Residence, Marengo, 111. Home address, 503 Leland Ave., Ravenswood, 



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1168. TOBIAS VAN HORN HART. 



Bom 24 May 1877, at Knoxville, la. Prepared in Knoxville High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Deru; Beta Theta Pi. 
Principal of Knoxville (la.) High School, 1901-02. Student at Columbia 

iversity Law School, Ncav York, 1902 . 

Residence, 419 West 118th St., New York, N. Y. Permanent address, 

oxville. la. 



324 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1900 

1169. CHARLES FREDERICK HEIL. 

Born 4 June 1873, at Big Spring, Kan. Prepared in Santa Ana (Cal.) 
High School. A.B. Adelphic. Secretary Celery Growers* Association, 
Smeltzer, Cal., 1900-02; book-keeper Golden West Celery and Produce Co., 
Santa Ana, Cal., since 1902. 

Residence, 908 West First St., Santa Ana, Cal. 

1170. DESCOM D'FOREST HOAGLAND. 

Bom 15 Aug. t870, in Delaware County, la. Prepared in Southwest Kan- 
sas College, Winfield, Kan. A.B. Rogers. Kirk prize. 1900-02, graduate 
work in Boston University. 1902, S.T.B., Boston University. Clergyman, 
Methodist Episcopal; Northwest Indiana Conference; at Lowell, Ind., 1902 . 

Residence, Lowell, Ind. 

1171. CHARLES WILLIAM HOUK. 

Born 27 Jan. 1875, at Crown Point, Ind. Prepared in Crown Point High 
School. Ph.B. Principal of high school, Du Quoin, 111., 1900-01; super- 
intendent of schools, Du Quoin, 111., 1901 . 

Married Elizabeth Gertrude Douthett, 31 July 1901, at Valparaiso, Ind. 

Child — Merwin Douthett, bom 10 Dec. 1902. 

Residence, Du Quoin, 111. 

1172. JULIUS MAURICE KAHN. 

Bom 4 Dec. 1877, at Mason City, 111. Prepared in Petersburg (111.) High 
School. One year in Cincinnati University. A.B. 1901 , student North- 
western University Law School, expecting degree in June 1903. In office of 
Kraus, Alschuler & Holden. 

Address, 1230-1248 Tribune Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

1173. MARY IMOGENE KEAN. 

Bom 26 Nov. 1877, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher at 
Schaumburg, 111., 1900-01 ; teacher of Latin and English, Palatine (111.) High 
School, 1901 . 

Residence, Palatine, 111. Permanent address, 1815 Chicago Ave., Evans- 
ton^ 111. 

1174. WILLIAM JACOB KELLER. 

Bom 19 Aug. 1877, at La Porte, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Kappa. 1901, A.M. (Greek). 
Fellow in Greek, and Instructor in Northwestern University Academy,1901-02. 
Graduate student in classical department of Chicago University, working 
toward Ph.D. degree. Instructor of junior college course in Greek for two 
quarters, University of Chicago, 1902-03. Fellow in Greek, iMd., 1903-04: 

Residence, 312 Maxwell St., Chicago, 111. 




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1175. GEORGE BLAKE KNOWLTON. 

Bom 16 June 1878, at Rochester, Minn. Prepared in Rochester High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Delta Upsilon. In 
dry goods business. 

Residence, Rochester, Minn. 

1176. MORRIS KOMPEL. 

Born 30 May 1879, at Leipzig, Germany. Prepared in West Division 

High School, Chicago. B.L. 1900 , student in Northwestern University 

Law School. 

Residence, 96 Johnson St., Chicago, 111. 

1177. CLARA LOUISE LANE (NOBLE). 

Bom 3 July 1880, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. 

Married George William Noble, 15 Nov. 1900, in Chicago. 
Residence, 862 Flournoy St., Chicago 111. 

1178. BERNHARD LARSON. 

Bom 28 Oct. 1872, in Norman County, Minn. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. Ph.B. Teacher in rural schools, 1900-01; teacher 
and principal in Mentor (Minn.) school, 1901-02 ; teacher in rural schools, and 
holding down a claim in North Dakota, 1902 . 

Residence, Penn, N. Dak. Permanent address, Halstad, Minn. 

1179. MAY MARGARET LOGEMAN. 
Sister of No. 616. 

Bom 10 Oct. 1877, at Chicago, lU. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. B.L. Pi Beta Phi. Substitute in West Point (Neb.) High School, 
Sept. 1900 to Jan. 1901. Teacher of German and English in Marquette 
(Mich.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, 511 North Front St., Marquette, Mich. Permanent address, 
45 Perry St., Chicago, 111. 



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1180. FLORENCE MABEL LONGLEY. 



Born 28 Nov. 1879, at Adamsville, Ont. Prepared in Minneapolis and 
Winona (Minn.) High Schools. A.B. Teacher of Latin in Mechanic Arts 
High School, St. Paul, Minn., 1900 . 

Residence, 51 Summit Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

1181. LEWIS BULLARD LOTT. 

Born 25 Dec. 1873, at Newark, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
^urora, 111. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Rock River Confer- 

ice; at Wilton Center and West Peotone, 111., 1900 . 

Married Cora B. Heartt, 17 Sept. 1901, at Cass, 111. 
Residence, Downers Grove, 111. 



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1182. ARTHUR TUTTLE McINTOSH. 

Born 28 March 1877, at Clear Lake, la. Prepared at Lake Forest Univei 
sity Academy. B.S. Sigma Chi. 

Residence, 6 Washington Place, Chicago, 111. Office, 516 Marquetl 
Bldg. 

1183. MARY HENDLEY McLAUGHLIN. 

Born 9 Dec. 1876, at Franklin Falls, N. H. Prepared in Northwester 
University Academy. Ph.B. Graduate»student, Chicago University, sun 
mer of 1902. Teacher in Evanston and Lemont, 111., 1900-01 ; Professor < 
English Literature and German in Taylor University, Upland, Ind., 1901 — 

Residence, LTpland, Ind. Permanent address, 203 South Western Ave 
Chicago, 111. 

1184. ARBA MARTIN. 

Born 9 Jan. 1874, at Pittsford, Mich. Prepared in Fremont (Neb.) Hig 
School. Ph.B. Adelphic. 1900 , student Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Residence, 27 Heck Hall, Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Mattawai 
Mich. 

1186. HORATIO SEYMOUR MARTIN. 

Born 23 Aug. 1868, in Indiana. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, Aurori 
111. A.B. 1900-01, student in Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Residence, Brighton Park, Chicago, 111. (1901). 

1186. GEORGIA DONKERSLEY MATTISON. 

Sister of Nos. 620, 824, and 1028. 

Born 6 April 1879, at Polo, 111. Prepared in Wheaton and West Auroi 
High Schools. Ph.B. University Woman's Club. Alumni clerk, CoUe^ 
of Liberal Arts, Northwestern University, 1900-01 ; assistant to Registra 
ibid., 1902-03. 

Residence, 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1187. ANNE MARIA METCALF (THOMAS). 

Sister of No. 1030. 

Born 3 Nov. 1877, at Indianapolis, Ind. Prepared in Evanston Towi 
ship High School. B.S. Delta Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Class da 
prophet. 

Married Percy Ernest Thomas (No. 1210), 24 J\ily 1901, at Evanston, II 

Residence, Winona, Minn. 

1188. LOUISA MITCHELL. 

Born 23 Nov. 1875, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High Schoo 
Student in University of Chicago for one quarter. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappj 
Teacher in Richton, 111., 1900-01 ; in graded schools of Evanston, 111., 1901-0! 
Graduate student University of Chicago, 1902. Teaching, Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 200 South Willow Ave., Austin, Chicago, 111. 



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1189. ALBERT GARRISH MORSE. 



Born 21 Sept. 1868, at Abingdon, 111. Prepared in Western Normal Col- 
lege, Shenandoah, la., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. In- 
structor in English, History, and Latin in Puget Sound University, Tacoma, 
Wash., 1900-01; superintendent of schools at Anacortes, Wash., 1901 . 

Married Delia Lorena Howard, 2 June 1891, at Shenandoah, la. 

Residence, Anacortes, Wash. 



1190. ALBERT JUSTIN NORTHRUP. 

Born 16 Oct. 1871, in Ohio. Prepared in Ohio Wesleyan University. 
A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Pastor of Methodist Episcopal Church at Morris, 
Minn., 1900-02. Traveled in Europe, summer of 1901. Student in Boston 
University Theological School. Transferred to New Hampshire Conference; 
Garden Street Church, Lawrence, Mass., 1903 . 

Residence, Lawrence, Mass. 



1191. ERNEST EVERETT OLP. 

Born 18 July 1874, at La Plata, Mo. Prepared in Kahoka and Cameron, 
Mo. A.B. Sigma Nu. In Europe, summer of 1900. With Standard Oil 
Co., Chicago, 1900 . 

Residence, 1910 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 5 Wabash Ave., 
care Standard Oil Co., Chicago, 111. 



1192. EDWIN RUTHVEN PERRY. 

Born 4 March 1871, at Granton, Ont. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Deru; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Harris prize. 
Member United States Life-Saving Crew. Editor Northwestern, 1899-1900. 
Student in Harvard University Law School, 1900 . Editor of Harvard 

—^aw Review, 1901-03. 

IH| Residence, 2 Perkins Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

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1193. FRANCES CURREY PIERCE. 



Born 5 May 1876, at Malta, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Teacher at Malta, 111., 1900-01. Assistant in library, 

Northwestern University, 1901 . 

I^H Residence, Willard Hall, Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Malta, 111. 



1194. JESSE BELL PORTER. 



Born 25 Nov. 1871, at Brook ville. 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 

"ity Academy. A.B. 1899 , student in Northwestern University Medical 

School. Deru; Delta Upsilon. 



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1195. OTAKAR LUDVIG PROCHASKA. 

Bom 1 July 1877, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwest Division High 
School, Chicago. B.S. • 

Residence, 67 Tell Place, Chicago, 111. 



1196. GERTRUDE H. REED. 

Bom 23 Jan. 1876, at Waukon, la. Prepared in Sotfth Division High 
School, Chicago. B.L. Kappa Kappa Qsimma,. Teacher of English in 
Kenosha (Wis.) High School, Sept. 1900 to Jan. 1903. 

Residence, 2008 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1197. FRANK LEE RICHARDSON. 

Born 28 Aug. 1874, at Warren, 111. Prepared in Denver University Pre- 
paratory School. B.S. Employed in electric light business with Chicago 
Edison Company, 1900 . 

Residence, 811 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 



1198. CHRISTINE ELEANORE RICHTER. 

Bom 9 March 1876, at Copenhagen, Denmark. Prepared in Lake View 
High School, Chicago. B.L. Teacher in Chicago, 111. 
Residence, 15 Surrey Court, Chicago, 111. 



1199. EFFIE ISABEL ROBERTS. 

Bom 20 March 1876, at Remington, Ind. Prepared in Remington High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. ■ Head of reading 
department of Ionia (Mich.) public schools. 

Residence, 309 Union St., Ionia, Mich. 



1200. EDNA RUTLEDGE. 

Bom 15 May 1878, at Oregon, III. Prepared in Oregon High School and 
Wittenberg College, Ohio. B.S. Teacher at Holcomb, III., 1900-02; at 
Rockford, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, 318 North Third St., Rockford, 111. Permanent address, 
Oregon, 111. 

1201. JENNIE NEILL SCOTT. 

Bom 7 March 1871, in Jasper County, 111. Prepared in Olney (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. President Young 
Women's Christian Association, 1898-99. Phi Beta Kappa. 1901-03, gradu- 
ate student in Greek. Instructor in Greek and Latin, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy, 1900 . 

Residence, 813 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 






COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 329 



1202. CLARA ELLEN SEMANS. 



Bom 8 July 1877, at Viroqua, Wis. Prepared in Peru and Goshen (Ind.) 
High Schools. Ph.B. Teacher of English and Latin, Ligonier (Ind.) High 
School. 

Residence, Wabash, Ind. 

, 1203. FRANK DAVID SHEETS. 
Brother of No. 379. 

Bom 25 Oct. 1858, at Mt. Morris, 111. Prepared at Rock River Seminary 
and Northwestem University Academy. A.B. (as of '80). Beta Theta Pi; 
Phi Beta Kappa. Attended Iowa State University Law School, 1881-82. 
In commercial business, Mt. Morris, 111., and Oregon, 111., 1882-84; same, 
Newton, Kan., 1884-89. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; pastor at Burrton, 

Kan., 1890-91; at Rockford, 111., 1891-95; at Edgewater, Chicago, 1895 . 

Married Mary Louisa Ellinwood, 23 June 1881. 
Children — Harold Frank, bom 2 May 1883. 
Alice Maud, died 23 Oct. 1887. 
Raymond, born 28 June 1889. 
Harriet, born 21 June 1892. 
Residence, 2611 Kenmore Ave., Edgewater, Chicago, 111. 

1204. MARGARETHE SHEPPARD. 

Born 26 March 1878, at Dresden, Germany. Prepared in Evanston (HI.) 
High School. B.L. 

Residence, 225 Greenwood Boul., Evanston, 111. 

1206. AVIS SMITH. 

Bom 9 Feb. 1880, at Clifton, 111. Prepared in Hillside (Wis.) Home 
School. B.S. 1901-03, student in Chicago Kindergarten Institute. 

Residence, 530 East 47th St., Chicago, 111. Permanent address, Clifton, 
111. 



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1206. BESSIE CAROLYN SMITH (KING). 

Born 3 June 1877, at Utica, N. Y. Prepared in Brooklyn (N. Y.) High 
chool. A.B. Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher of Latin 
and Greek at Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1900-02. 
■K Married Karl David King (No. 1095), 21 July 1902, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
W^L Residence, 1307 Ainslie St., Chicago, 111. 



1207. MARY CECELIA STRICKLER. 



Bom 30 June 1875, at Mt. Joy, Pa. Prepared in Lanark (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. Principal and teacher of Latin and English, Lanark (lU.) 

igh School, 1900-01 ; teacher in South Whitley (Ind.) pubHc school, 1902 . 

Residence, South Whitley, Ind. Permanent address, Lanark, 111. 



330 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1900 

1208. ROLLIN SUMMERS STURGEON. 

Brother of No. 1302. 

• 

Born 25 Aug. 1877, at Rock Island, 111. Prepared in Rock Island High 

School. B.L. Phi Delta Theta; Deru. 1900 , student at Harvard Law 

School. 

Residence, 16 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. Permanent address, 1043 
19th St., Rock Island, 111. 



1209. MARY ELLEN TAYLER. 

Born 15 Dec. 1868, at West Green Bay, Wis. Prepared in West Side 
High School, Green Bay, Wis., and Northwestern University Academy. 
1896-1900. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. 1902, M.S. (Botany). Fellow in 
Botany, and assistant in Botanical Laboratory, Northwestern University, 
1900-03. 

Residence, 733 Foster St., Evanston, 111. Permanent address, 321 South 
Chestnut Ave., Green Bay, Wis. 



1210. PERCY ERNEST THOMAS. 

Bom 21 Dec. 1874, at Torquay, Devonshire, England. Prepared in Den- 
ver University Preparatory Department. Ph.B. Deru. First prize in 
preliminary and final contests of the Northern Oratorical League, 1900. 
Class poet at Commencement. Manager of the Syllabus. 1901, Ph.M. 
(English Language). Clergyman. Pastor of Methodist Episcopal Church 
at Popejoy, la., 1901; of First Congregational Church, Winona, Minn., 

1901 . Author of " Self-Pronouncing Lesson Commentary," 64 pages, 

1902. 

Married Anne M. Metcalf (No. 1187), 24 July 1901, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 165 West Broadway, Winona, Minn. 



1211. MARY EDITH THOMPSON. 
Sister of No. 1398. 

Born 23 Aug. 1877, at Lockland, O. Prepared in Wyoming (O.) and 
Evanston (111.) High Schools. Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi. 1902, Ph.M. (Latin). 
Instructor in Interstate Correspondence School. 

Residence, 2135 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1212. HUGHEY MASSEY TILROE. 

Born 9 Dec. 1873, at Grayville, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Rogers. Sigma Nu. Cleveland prize. Principal of 
School of Oratory, and Instructor in English, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
Lima, N. Y., 1900 . Student, Oxford, England, 1903, summer. 

Residence, Lima, N. Y. 



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1900] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 331 

1213. DAVID DA VIES VAUGHAN. 

Born 11 Aug. 1876, at Titusville, Pa. Prepared in Chicago English High 
and Manual Training. School. B.S. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal ; Rock 
River Conference: at Thoburn Church, Chicago, 111., 1900-02; at Wyanet, 
lU., 1902 . 

Married Elzie Gertrude Wiley, 6 Jan. 1902, in Chicago. 

Residence, Wyanet, 111. 

1214. SEYMOUR EDWIN WHEELOCK. 

Born 15 July 1879, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Assistant book-keeper and cashier Wayne & 
Low, Chicago, 1900 . 

Residence, Central Ave., Wilmette, 111. 

1215. WILLIS MAC WILLIAMS. 

Born 3 Dec. 1878, at Vinton, la. Prepared at Vinton High School. B.S. 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 1900-01, read law at Vinton, la. 1901 , at Harvard 

Law School. 

Address, Cambridge, Mass., care Harvard Law School. Permanent 
address, Vinton, la. 

1216. JOHN GEORGE WINDSOR. 

Brother of No. 850. 

Born 5 May 1876, at Smithfield, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in Town- 
ship High School at Boswell, Ind., 1900 . 

Residence, Boswell, Ind. Permanent address, 1106 Ayars Place, Evans- 
ton, lU. 

1217. ARTHUR WATERSTON WOODS. 

Born 4 July 1878, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 

B.S. Beta Theta Pi. 1900 , student Northwestern Uinversity Medical 

School. 

Residence, 521 Lee St., Evanston, 111. 

1218. CHARLES HENRY WOOLBERT. 

Born 26 June 1877, at Ottawa, 111. Prepared in Ottawa High School. 
A.B. Delta Tau Delta. Graduate student in English (in absentia), 1901-02. 
Instructor in English in West Side High School, Aurora, 111., 1900-02; Pro- 
fessor of English and Oratory, Olivet College, Olivet, Mich., 1902 . 

Married Gertrude Janet Gale (ex.-'02), 7 Aug. 1902. 

Residence, Olivet, Mich. 



332 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 



CLASS OF 1901. 

This class presented to the University the* stone bench at the south end 

of the campus. 

1219. HELEN MARY BAKER. 

Born 2 June 1878, at Manhattan, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.S. University Woman's Club, and Woman's Debating 
Club. 1901-02, student in Northw^tern University Woman's Medical 
School. 

Residence, Manhattan, 111. 

1220. HORACE SINGER BAKER. 

Bom 18 July 1878, in Chicago. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.S. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. 1900 , student in Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology. 

Residence, Technology Chambers, Boston, Mass. Permanent address, 
1325 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1221. JOHN CLARK BAKER. 
Brother of No. 739. 

Bom 25 Nov. 1877, at St. Louis, Mo. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Hinman. Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Kappa. 1901-02, 
Fellow in Physics. 1902, A.M. (Physics). Student in Michigan College of 
Mines, Houghton, Mich., 1902-03. Enlisted in Second Missouri Volunteer 
Infantry, Company K, 16 June 1898; appointed Sergeant-Major in Jan. 1899; 
mustered out 3 March 1899. Joint author, with Professor Henry Crew, 
of an article in Proceedings American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 
XXXVIII, on Thermal Development of Spark Spectrum of Carbon. 

Residence, 904 Cherry St., Springfield, Mo. 

1222. HAL CRUMPTON BANGS. 

Born 8 Oct. 1878, at Chatsworth, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Student in Yale University Law 
School; degree LL.B. expected June 1903. Phi Delta Phi. 

Address, Box 601, New Haven, Conn. Permanent address, Cynthiana, 
Ky. 

1223. AUGUST WILLIAM BARNLUND. 

Born 9 June 1874, at Donovan, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1901-03, student in Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Residence, Heck Hall, Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Donovan, 111. 

1224. HESTER ELIZA BENN. 

Born 13 June 1877, at Woodburn, la. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B, Teacher in South Omaha (Neb.) High School, 1901 — . 
Residence, "The Madison," Omaha, Neb. 



1901] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 333 

1226. ALBERT SNOWDEN CAPRON. 

Born 8 Feb. 1877, at Winnetka, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.S. Beta Theta Pi. Chemist for Pfister & Vogel Leather Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis., 1901 . 

Residence, 227 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, Wis.- Permanent address, Win- 
netka, 111. 

1226. ANNIE LYMAN CATLIN (WRIGHT). 

Bom 5 April 1871, at De Witt, la. Prepared in East Waterloo (la.) 
High School. B.L. 

Married Cyrus A. Wright (No. 1136), Sept. 1901, at Waterloo, la. 
Residence, Bardolph, 111. 

1227. DE CLIFFORD CHADDOCK. 

Bom 23 May 1876, at La MoiUe, 111. Prepared in Polo (HI.) High School. 
B.S. Beta Theta Pi. Dem. With Federal Co., Chicago. 

Residence, 1227 Benson Ave., Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Polo, 
lU. 

1228. ALICE TENNEY COMINGS. 

Born 23 Nov. 1879, at St. Joseph, Mich. Prepared in St. Joseph High 
School. B.S. Teacher of Science, Oregon (111.) High School, 1901-02; 
same, Lake Linden (Mich.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Lake Linden, Mich. Permanent address, Eau Claire, Wis. 

1229. ASHLEY TAYLOR CONRAD. 

Born 14 Aug. 1879, at Bloomfield, la. Prepared in Parsons Preparatory 
School, Fairfield, la. Two years in Parsons College, Iowa. B.S. Instructor 
in Science, St. Joseph (Mich.) High School, 1901-02; head of Science Depart- 
ment, Blaine High School, West Superior, Wis., 1902 . Begins graduate 

study in Marine Biological Station of Minnesota State University, summer 
of 1903. 

Residence, 1512 Belknap St., West Superior, Wis. 

1230. WALLACE WEBSTER CUMNOCK. 

Bom 28 April 1880, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestem Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Employed with Swift & Co., Union 
Stock Yards, Chicago, 1901, to May 1902. Connected with Frank A. 
Munsey, first as advertising manager of the Mohican Company, and then in 
advertising department of Munsey' s Magazine, New York, 1902-03. Now in 
advertising department of Boston Journal, 

Address, care Boston Journal, Boston, Mass. Permanent address, 1804 
Hinman Ave., Evanston, lU. 



334 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1231. EMMA MARIE DAHLEN. 

Bom 21 Maj^ 1877, at Whitewater, Wis.. Prepared at Whitewater High 
School and State Normal School. B.L. Teacher in public schools of White- 
water, Wis., 1902 . 

Residence, Whitewater, Wis. 

1232. BESS DA VIES. 

Bom , 1877, at Dodgeville, ^is. Prepared in Dodgeville High 

School and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 

Residence, 1688 Buckingham Place, Chicago, 111. Permanent address, 
Dodgeville, Wis. 



1233. RALPH BRONNELL DENNIS. 

Bom 21 Sept. 1876, at Tama, la. Prepared in Traer (la.) High School. 
B.L. Delta Tau Delta; Deru. Class day presenter of gifts. Cleveland 
prize; Kirk prize. Instructor in Cumnock School of Oratory, Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 628 Hamlin St., Evanston, 111. 

1234. PAUL HARRISON DIKE. 

Born 22 Feb. 1878, at Crystal Lake, 111. Prepared in Nunda and Crystal 
Lake (111.) Union High School, and Highland Park High School. B.S. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Teacher of Science, Du Quoin (111.) High School, 1901-02. 
Fellow in Engineering and Mineralogy, Northwestern University, 1902-03. 

Address, Science Hall, Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Nunda, 111. 

1285. RALPH HERMON DURHAM. 

Born 27 Sept. 1879, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. Delta Tau Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. With Interstate School of Cor- 
respondence, Chicago, 1901-03. With Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago. 

Residence, 822 Washington St., Evanston, 111. Office, 96 Fulton St., 
Chicago, 111. 

1236. JOSEPH DUTTON. 

Born 2 Jan. 1867, at Marchmont, Ont., Can. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. Ph.B. Deru. Class orator. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal; at Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 1901 . 

Residence, Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 

1237. ANNIE LOMBARD DYAR. 

Born 11 Oct. 1877, at Eyota, Minn. Prepared in Winona (Minn.) High 
School. B.L. Delta Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. General assistant, 
Winona (Minn.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, 376 West 5th St., Winona, Minn. 



1901] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 335 

1238. THOMAS OSCAR EDGAR. 

Born 5 Dec. 1871, at Manchester, Ont. Prepared at Port Perry (Ont.) 
High School. Honor Matriculant, University of Toronto, 1890; student 
Michigan State Normal, 1893. 1897-98, student in University of Wisconsin. 
B.S. 1901-02, student in Northwestern University Medical School (scholar- 
ship). Instructor in Zoology and Bacteriology, South Dakota Agricultural 
College, Brookings, S. Dak., 1902 . 

Residence, Brookings, S. Dak. 



1239. THOR HAUG ERICKSON. 

Born 7 Dec. 1879, at Christiania, Norway. Prepared in South Side High 
School, Milwaukee, Wis. A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. With Omaha Pack- 
ing Co., Chicago, 111., 1901 . 

Residence, 1121 Ayars Place, Evanston, 111. 



1240. INA MAE EVANS. 

Born 2 Jan. 1880, near Spencer, Ind. Prepared at Clyde High School. 
Ph.B. Engaged in clerical work in Chicago, March 1902 to Jan. 1903; 
employed with Interstate School of Correspondence, 1903 . 

Residence, La Vergne, 111. 



1241. MARY CAROLINE FERRIS. 

Born 31 Oct. 1878, at Princeton, 111. Prepared in Princeton High School. 
Ph.B. Delta Delta Delta; Omega Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Book-keeper for 
Citizens' National Bank of Princeton, 111., 1901 . 

Residence, Princeton, 111. 



1242. HENRY HOAG FROST. 

Born 14 Jan. 1874, at Somerset, N. Y. Prepared in Tonawanda (N. Y.) 
High School, Lockport (N. Y.) Union School, and Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. President College Young Men's Christian Association, 
1897-98; General Secretary, 1898-99. Principal of Geneseo (111.) High 
School, 1901 . 

Married Mary Alice Tuttle, of Leaf River, 111., 18 June 1901. 

Residence, Geneseo, 111. 



1243. VICTORIA GAZZOLO. 

Born 18 Aug. 1877, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in North Division High 
School, Chicago. B.S. Gamma Phi Beta. 1901-02, graduate student in 
French. 

Residence, 95 Astor Place, Chicago, 111. 



336 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1244. CHARLES SEWARD GILLESPIE. 

Bom 26 Jan. 1876, at Abingdon, 111* Prepared in Simpson College, 
Indianola, la., and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Instructor 
in Simpson Summer School, 1901. In Sept. 1901 appointed to Weston cir- 
cuit, and reappointed in 1902. 

Married , June 1899. 

Residence, Weston, la. 

1246. JENNIE JOSEPHINE GILMORE. 

Born 22 May 1877, at Compton, 111. Prepared in Yorkville (111.) High 
School, Jennings Seminary, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Teacher of Latin and EngUsh, Brandon (Wis.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, Compton, 111. 

1246. FRED ARTHUR GRAHAM. 

Born 13 Dec. 1869, at Corning, la. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Rock River Con- 
ference; at Erie St. Church, Chicago, 111., since 1899. 

Married Effa A. Richards, 24 Nov. 1897, at Prophetstown, 111. 

Child— Gborgh a., bom 10 Feb. 1900. 

Residence, 219 North Robey St., Chicago, 111. 

1247. CECELIA DAPHNE GREENWOOD. 

Born 12 Oct. 1879, at La Salle, 111. Prepared in Princeton (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi. 
Residence, Princeton, 111. 

1248. JAMES HAROLD HANCE. 

Bom 14 Aug. 1880, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Graduate student Chicago Univer- 
sity, summer of 1902. Laboratory assistant in Inorganic Chemistry, Okla- 
homa University, Norman, Okla., 1901-02; principal of Park City (Utah) 
High School. 

Residence, Park City, Utah. 

1249. HELEN MARSHALL HANDY. 

Bom 2 July 1879, in Cincinnati, O. Prepared in Woodward High School, 
Cincinnati, O., and in Evanston (111.) High School. Ph.B. Delta Delta 
Delta; Omega Psi. 1901-02, graduate student in History. 

Residence, 1315 Church St., Evanston, 111. 

1250. HERBERT CONRAD HANSEN. 

Born 18 April 1877, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwest Division 
High School, Chicago. Ph.B. 1902, Ph.M. (German). Instmctor in Eng- 



1901] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 337 

lish, Northwest Division evening school, Chicago, winter of 1900-01; 
teacher of History and German, Decatur (111.) High School, 1902-03. 

Address, 341 West WiiUam St., Decatur, 111. Permanent address, 417 
North Hoyne Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1261. AGNES ELVIRA HAYDEN. 

Born 15 June 1879, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. B.L. Kappa Alpha Theta; Omega Psi. Alumni clerk, College of 
Liberal Arts, Northwestern University, 1902 . 

Residence, 1205 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1252. MARTHA HINKEL. 

Born 13 March 1880, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwest Division 
High School, Chicago. B.L. 

Residence, Redwood Falls, Minn. 

1253. EDITH ST. STEPHEN HUNTING. 

Born 26 Dec. 1878, at Lockport, N. Y. Prepared in Jefferson High 
School, Chicago. A.B. 1901-02, graduate student in Pedagogy. Teaching 
near Dundee, 111., 1903 . 

Residence, 2659 North 44th Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1254. JESSIE WRIGHT JEFFREY. 

Born 23 June 1877, at Washington, la. Prepared in Washington High 
School and Academy. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Teacher of EngUsh, Tuscola 
(111.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, Tuscola, 111. Permanent address, Washington, la. 

1256. HELEN MABEL JEWELL. 

Bom 13 June 1878, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher at Jacksonville, HI. 
1901 . 

Residence, Jacksonville, 111. 

1266. JOSEPH ALBERT JOHNSTON. 

Born 4 Sept. 1869, in Atchison County, Mo. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. A.B. Student McCormick Theological Seminary. 
Married Martha Sharp, 7 Aug. 1891, at Blanchard, la. 
Residence, 1932 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1257. LILLIAN LOVISA JOSE. 

Born 9 Jan. 1876, at Charles City, la. Prepared in Marionville (Mo.) 
High School and Collegiate Institute and Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 
111. A.B. Assistant principal of Kenyon (Minn.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, Kenyon, Minn. 



338 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1258. ANDREW CLARKE KELLEY. 

Born 1 Feb. 1867, at Peoria, 111. Prepared at Hedding College and Ohio 
Wesleyan University. A.B. 1900-01, student Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at Castleton, 111., 1901-02; Wesley Church, 
Peoria, 111., 1902 . 

Married Ethel E. Tanquary, 13 Sept. 1899, at Armour, S. Dak. 

Residence, 307 Ann St., Peoria, 111. 

1269. JAMES SHERMAN KING. 

Born 30 Oct. 1874, at Rosecrans, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Sigma Nu ; Phi Beta Kappa. Adelphic. Professor 
of Greek and Modern Languages, Hamline University, 1901 . 

Residence, 1489 Hewitt Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

1260. CATHARINE KINNISON. 

Born 24 June 1876, at Ligonier, Ind. Prepared in Ligonier High School 
and Valparaiso (Ind.) Normal School. Ph.B. Principal of Odell (111.) public 
school, 1901 . 

Residence, Odell, 111. Permanent address, Ligonier, Ind. 

1261. SUSAN MIXTER KNOX. 

Born 29 Oct. 1877, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
A.B. 1902, A.M. (English Literature). 
Residence, Wilmette, 111. 

1262. GUY WAYNE LARIMER. 

Born 24 Sept. 1880, at Chariton, la. Prepared in Chariton High School. 

Two years a student at Simpson College, la. A.B. Sigma Nu. 1901 , 

student in Northwestern University Medical School. 

Address, Northwestern University Medical School, 2431 Dearborn St., 
Chicago. 

1263. ISABEL LARSEN. 

Born 25 Sept. 1879, at Odell, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.S. Instructor in Sciences, Madison (S. Dak.) State Normal 
School, 1901 . 

Residence, Madison, S. Dak. 

1264. LESLIE RANDALL LARSEN. 
Brother of No. 968. 

Born 6 Oct. 1878, at Fort Howard, Wis. Prepared in Green Bay (Wis.) 
High School and Lawrence University. B.L. Phi Kappa Sigma. With 
William Larsen, Green Bay, Wis., 1901 . 

Residence, Green Bay, Wis. 



1901] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



1265. ALFRED TENNYSON LLOYD. 

Born 31 Jan. 1878, at Scranton, Pa. Prepared in Oakland, Cal. A.B. 

Phi Delta Theta. Harris prize. 1901 , student Harvard Law School. 

Residence, 720 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

1266. MARY JOY LOMBARD. 

Born 14 Aug. 1864, at Winona, Minn. Prepared in Winona (Minn.) High 
School. Student at Harvard Annex. 1895-96, University of Berlin, Prussia. 
Correspondence study. University of Chicago. B.L. Tutor in German and 
French, Winona, Minn., until Jan. 1902. Teacher of English and German, 
Elgin (111.) High School, Jan. 1902 until Dec. 1902. Now teacher of French 
in Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Residence, 130 College Place, Ypsilanti, Mich. Permanent address, 167 
East Wabasha St., Winona, Minn. 

1267. EMMA BELLE LOWELL. 

Sister of No. 896. 

Born 16 March 1877, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Hyde Park High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi. Teacher in Preparatory and Col- 
legiate School, 662 La Salle Ave., Chicago, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, 5410 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1268. LEONIE TANSLEY LYON. 

Born 28 Jan. 1880, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. B.L. Graduate student, University of Chicago, summer of 1902. 
Taught in Lake Linden (Mich.) High School, 1901-02; teacher in Annie Wright 
Seminary, Tacoma, Wash., 1902 , 

Address, Tacoma, Wash., care of Annie Wright Seminary. 

1269. CAROLINE REBECCA McCABE (MORGAN). 

Born 30 Oct, 1874, at Chicago, lU. Prepared in South Division High 
School, Chicago, and Mt. Vernon Seminar^', Washington, D. C. A.B. Delta 
Gamma; Omega Psi. 

Married Philip Sidney Morgan, 9 April 1901, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, Hiawatha Ranch, Big Spring, Tex. 

1270. LOULA MINA MANN. 

Born 29 Oct. 1879, at Corning, la. Prepared in West Des Moines High 
School, and State University of Iowa (2 years). B.S. Gamma Phi Beta. 
Residence, 1408 Pleasant St., Des Moines, la. 

1271. ELLA Mccarty masden. 

Born 23 Aug. 1877, at Philadelphia, Pa. Prepared in St. Louis (Mo.) and 
New Haven (Conn.) High Schools. One year in Colorado College. A.B. 
Residence, 145, 5th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 



340 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1272. CAREY EYSTER MELVILLE. 

Born 4 April 1878, at Baltimore, Md. •Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1901-02, Fellow in Mathematics. 
1902 , student at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Residence, Baltimore, Md., care Johns Hopkins University. Permanent 
address, Wilmette, 111. 

1273. SARAH ^AY MILNER. 

Born 17 June 1877, at Waukegan, 111. Prepared in Hyde Park (111.) High 
School. B.L. Graduated from Chicago Normal School, 1902. Cadet in 
Chicago public schools, 1902 . 

Residence, 7436 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1274. ANNIE MABEL MONTGOMERY. 

Bom 11 March 1875, at Aurora, 111. Prepared in Ireton (la.) High School, 
Jennings Seminary, Cornell College (la.) and Northwestern University Acad- 
emy. A.B. Principal of Lanark (111.) High School, 1901-02. Teacher of 
EngUsh in Ashland (Wis.) High School, 1902-03. 

Residence, 312 East Second Ave., Ashland, Wis. Permanent address, 
Ireton, la. 

1276. ELSIE NEIGLICK. 

Sister of No. 828. 

Born 7 March 1880, at Winnetka, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1902, Ph.M. (German). 
Residence, 1205 Waveland Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1276. GEORGE EVERETT NICHOLS. 

Born 15 Nov. 1876, at Millbrook, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111. Attended Beloit College. B.S. Beta Theta Pi. Deru. With 
Western Electrical Supply Co., Chicago, 1901-02. In bank, Edgar, Wis. 

Residence, Edgar, Wis. 

1277. STELLA NORDQUIST. 

Born 22 March 1879, at McHenry, 111. Prepared in McHenry and Nunda 
(111.) High Schools and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Residence, McHenry, Rl. 



1278. CHARLES WAGGENER PATTERSON. 

Born 13 Dec. 1870, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in South Division High 
School, Chicago. 1892, Ph.G., Northwestern University School of Pharmacy. 
1895, Ph.C, ibid. B.S. Deru; Beta Theta Pi. Instructor in Dispensing, 
Northwestern University School of Pharmacy, 1893-1901 ; Assistant Professor 



1901] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 341 

of Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry, ibid., 1901 . Member of Chicago 

Academy of Sciences, 1895-02; of American Chemical Society, 1895 . 

Residence, 3700 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1279. ETHEL INEZ PAYTON. 

Born 27 May 1875, at DeSoto, la. Prepared in Winterset (la.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B, Class day historian. 
Teacher in Atlantic (la.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, Atlantic, la. Permanent address, Adel, la. 

1280. KINGSLEY EUGENE PEASE. 

Born 20 June 1875, at Hartville, Mo. Prepared in West Plains (Mo.) 
College and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Missionary of Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church, teaching in Anglo-Chinese School for Boys, Singapore, 
Malaysia. 

Married Mary F. Wright (No. 1316), 27 June 1901, at Rochester, 111. 

Address, Singapore, Malaysia, care Anglo-Chinese School for Boys. 

1281. MAUDE MYRTLE PETERS. 
Sister of No. 913. 

Born in 1879, at Tuscola, 111. Prepared in Tuscola High School. B.L. 

University Woman's Club. Teacher in Tuscola (111.) PubUc School, 1902 . 

Residence, Tuscola, 111. 

1282. JOHN MARION PHAR. 

Born 20 Sept. 1870, at Bellmont, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Teacher in History, Latin, and English, Sycamore 
(111.) High School, 1901 . 

Residence, Sycamore, 111. 

1283. FRANK WESLEY PHELPS. 

Bom 13 Jan. 1878, at Shirland, 111. Prepared at Rockford, 111. B.S. 

Phi Delta Theta. 1901 , student at Northwestern University Medical 

School. 

Residence, 4312 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1284. ROYAL ARTHUR PORTER. 

Born 8 Feb. 1877, near Adair, 111. Prepared at Macomb (111.) Normal 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Phi Beta Kappa. 
1901-02, Fellow in Physics. 1902, M.S. (Physics). Student in Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, June to Nov. 1902. With Chesapeake & Potomac 
Telephone Co., Baltimore, Md., Nov. to Dec. 1902. Instructor in Physics, 
Syracuse University, 1903 . 

Address, Syracuse, N. Y., care Syracuse University. Permanent address, 
Macomb, 111. 



342 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1286. WILLIAM GEORGE QUADE. 

Born 18 Dec. 1877, at Worden, 111. Pre];jared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu Epsilon. Assistant secre- 
tary and treasurer and director of the Burns Boiler & Manufacturing Co., 
West De Pere, Wis. 

Residence, West De Pere, Wis. 

1286. CLARENCE BDWARD RANKIN. 

Born 23 June 1878, at Braidwood, 111. Prepared in Wilmington (111.) 
High School. Ph.B. 

Residence, Braidwood, 111. 

1287. RUBY ELEANOR RAWLL. 

Born 19 Feb. 1880, at London, England. Prepared in Lake View High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. 1902, Ph.M. (History). Teacher in Rossville (111.) 
High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Rossville, 111. Permanent address, 674 Winthrop Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

1288. FLORENCE EMMA REYNOLDS. 

Born 12 Feb. 1879, at Stanton, Mich. Prepared in Lansing High School 
and Lake View High School, Chicago. B.L. Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Class prophet. 

Residence, 2564 Lakewood Ave., Edgewater, Chicago, 111. 

1289. EDITH MAY RICHARDSON. 

Born 12 March 1877, at Rochester, Minn. Prepared in Rochester High 
School. B.L. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi. 
Residence, Rochester, Minn. 



1290. JOSEPH HENRY RODGERS. 

Born 3 Dec. 1879, at Fallowfield Township, Washington County, Pa. 
Prepared in Washington and Jefferson College, Pa. A.B. Sigma Nu. As- 
sistant to mining superintendent, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1901 . 

Residence, Guanajuato, Mexico. 

1291. HIRAM ERL RUSSELL. 

Born 10 Sept. 1875, at Rockford, 111. Prepared in Rockford High School. 
A.B. Editor Northwestern, 1900-01. Stone bench oration. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Instructor in English, Northwestern University Academy, 1902 ; same, 

Chicago College of Advertising, 1903 . 

Residence, Northwestern University Dormitory, Evanston, 111. Permanent 
address, 118 South Main St., Rockford, 111. 



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1292. THYRA JULIA RUTH. 

Born 10 March 1879, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High 
School, Chicago. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1899-1900, student at Wellesley 
College, Mass. Teacher of Latin, Elmwood (111.) High School, Feb. 1902 . 

Residence, Elmwood, 111. Permanent address, 158 Park Ave., Chicago. 



1293. PAUL WILLIAM SCHLORFF. 

Born 24 Jan. 1880, at LaPorte, Ind. Prepared in North Division High 
School, Chicago. A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Deru; Phi Beta Kappa. 
Deru scholarship prize. Representative of Kimball Piano Co., at Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y., summer of 1901. With wholesale 
grocery house in Chicago, 1901-02; private tutor. Lake Geneva, July to Nov. 
1902; since Nov. 1902 with clothing house in Chicago. 

Residence, 854 North Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 



1294. THOMAS SCHREIBER. 

Born 4 Feb. 1870, at Nusdorf bei Landau, Rheinbayern, Germany. 
Prepared in Pierre (S. Dak.) University (now Huron College). Ph.B. 
1901 , graduate student in German. 

Residence, College Dormitory, Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Get- 
tysburg, S. Dak. 

1295. GEORGE WESLEY SEAGER. 
Brother of No. 786. 

Born 7 Jan. 1876, at Bath, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Sigma Nu. 
Residence, St. James, Minn. 

1296. HAROLD BROUGH SHINN. 

Born 24 Sept. 1877, at Anna, O. Prepared in Chicago (111.) West Divi- 
sion High School. A.B. Teacher of Sciences in Ludington (Mich.) High 
School, Feb. to June 1901. Student at University of Wisconsin, summer of 
1901. Teacher of Biology, German, and Algebra in Goshen (Ind.) High 
School, 1901-02. Student at Marine Biological Station, Woods Holl, Mass., 
summer of 1902. Fellow in Zoology, Northwestern University, assistant 
in laboratory and studying for A.M. degree, 1902 . 

Residence, 831 Hamlin St., Evanston, 111. 

1297. ROBERT SHORT. 

Born , 1873, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston Township 

High School and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. With Carson, 
Pirie, Scott & Co., Chicago. 

Residence, 625 Grove St., Evanston, 111. 



344 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1298. MABEL HARRIET SILLER. 

Born 20 Sept. 1877, at Farnham, Va. Prepared in Evanston (111.) High 
School. B.L. Alpha Chi Omega. 

Residence, 716 Clark St., Evanston, 111. 

1299. AUBREY MATSON SKILES. 

Born 4 May 1881, at Shelby, O. Prepared in Shelby High School. One 
year in OberUn College. A.B. Phi Qelta Theta; Theta Nu Epsilon. Pri- 
vate secretary to father, 1901 . 

Residence, 652 C St., N. E., Washington, D. C. Permanent address, 
Shelby, O. 

1300. ELDA LOUISA SMITH. 

Born 3 May 1880, at Rantoul, 111. Prepared in Springfield (111.) High 
School. A.B. Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1901-02, graduate student 
in Mathematics. Teacher of Mathematics, Springfield (111.) High School. 

Residence, 710 South Sixth St., Springfield, 111. 

1301. BLANCHE ELLIS SNIDER. 

Born 17 July 1877, at Grinnell, la. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago, 111., and Evanston High School. B.L. Teaching in Grinnell, la. 
Residence, 1110 Broad St., Grinnell, la. 

1302. JENNIE BRADSHAW STURGEON. 
Sister of No. 1208. 

Born 18 Oct. 1879, at Rock Island, 111. Prepared in Rock Island High 
School. B.L. Assistant teacher of English and Algebra, Rock Island (111.) 
High School, 1902 . 

Residence, 1043, 19th St., Rock Island, 111. 

1303. ARTHUR GUY TERRY. 
Brother of No. 634. 

Bom 10 May 1878, at Kingston, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. President 
senior class. 1901-02, Fellow in History. 1902, Ph.M. (History). Fellow 
in History at University of Pennsylvania, 1902 . 

Residence, 202 South 37th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Permanent address, 
1812 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1304. EFFIE ELLEN THAYER. 
Sister of No. 1305. 

Born 13 May 1875, at Newman, 111. Prepared in Evanston Township 
High School. B.S. 1901-02, assistant and graduate student in Zoology. 
1902, M.S. (Zoology). Member of Daughters of American Revolution. 

Residence, 1900 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



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1305. JANE ESTHER CONSTANCE THAYER. 
Sister of No. 1304. 

Born at Areola, 111. Prepared at Evanston Township High School and 
Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Graduate student, 1901-02. 
Member of Daughters of American Revolution. 

Residence, 1900 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1306. FRANKLIN JESSE TRUBY. 

Born 27 Sept. 1871, at E. Liberty, Ohio. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. 1901-02, graduate student in Physics. Instructor 
in Physics and Manual Training, Northwestern University Academy, 
1901 . 

Residence, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Evanston, 111. 

1307. MARIE LOUISE VIMONT. 

Born 10 Feb. 1877, at Tuscola, 111. Prepared in West Des Moines (la.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Teacher in 
Seattle High School, 1901-02. Graduate student in Teachers' College, 
Columbia University, New York, 1902 . 

Residence, Whittier Hall, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. Per- 
manent address, 2100 Grand Ave., Des Moines, la. 

1308. AGNES WEGENER. 
Sister of No. 1309. 

Born 19 Aug. 1880, at San Francisco, Cal. Prepared in West Division 
High School, Chicago. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1902, A.M., University of 
Michigan. Teacher of Mathematics, Maquoketa (la.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Maquoketa, la. 

1309. FLORENCE WEGENER. 
Sister of No. 1308. 

Born 3 Dec. 1878, in San Francisco, Cal. Prepared in West Division 
High School, Chicago, 111. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher of Latin and 
German in Escanaba (Mich.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Escanaba, Mich. 

1310. JOHN WALLACE WELSH. 

Born 25 Feb. 1875, at Elmira, N. Y. Prepared in Newton (Kan.) High 
School and Southwest Kansas College. A.B. 1902, A.M. (Enghsh Litera- 
ture). Student Garrett Biblical Institute, 1896-97 and 1900 . Clergy- 
man, Congregational. Pastor of Plymouth Church, Evanston, 111., 1901 . 

Married Mary Mo wry, 2 July 1896, at Ne-v\i;on, Kan. 

Residence, 919 Ridge Court, Evanston, 111. 



346 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1901 

1311. WILLIAM FREMONT WHITE. 

Born 6 Dec. 1878, at Sheridan, 111. Prepared in Jennings Seminary, 
Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa 
Psi. Instructor in St. Albans Military Academy, Knoxville, 111., 1901-02. 

Residence, Northwood, la. Permanent address, 328 Central Ave., Aus- 
tin Station, Chicago, 111. 

1312. ABBIE FLORENCE WILLIAMS. 

Born 16 Aug. 1878, at IngersoU, Can. Prepared in Lake View High 
School, Chicago, 111. B.L. Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 1902, M.L. 
(English Language). Class poet. Teacher of EngUsh in Joliet (111.) High 
School, 1902 . 

Residence, Freeport, 111. 

1313. MARY REYNOLDS WINDOW. 

Bom 2 Sept. 1876, at Rushville, 111. Prepared in Macomb (111.) High 
School. B.L. 

Residence, 813 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

1314. ANNIE SWIFT WINSLOW. 

Daughter of No. 45, and Sister of No. 1058. 

Born 1 Dec. 1878, at Manteno, 111. Prepared in Byron (111.) High School, 
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Missionary of Methodist 
Episcopal Church in Meerut, India. 

Residence, Methodist Episcopal Mission, Meerut, India, via Italy. 

1315. FRANK DAVID WOLF. 

Born 24 July 1873, at Millersville, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy, Ph.B. Missionary, the representative of Northwestern 
University at Inhambane, Africa, 1901 . 

Married Dr. Edith Hornberg, of Cleveland, O., in 1901. 

Child— A daughter, born 1903. 

Residence, care of Methodist Mission, Inhambane, East Africa. 

1316. *MARY FLORENCE WRIGHT (PEASE). 

Born 28 Jan. 1879, at Virden, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. Ph.B. Missionary, Singapore, Malaysia, teaching in Anglo- 
Chinese School. 

Married Kingsley E. Pease (No. 1280), 27 June 1901, at Rochester, 111. 

Died 26 March 1903, at Singapore. 

1317. FLORENCE VICTORIA WYNEKOOP. 

Born 25 Aug. 1876, at Wolcott, Ind. Prepared in La Fayette (Ind.) 
High School. Two years at De Pauw University. A.B. 
Residence, 1503 Addison Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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1318. EDWARD EGGLESTON ZIMMERMAN. 
Brother of Nos. 641, 852, 940, and 1319. 

Bom 5 Jan. 1878, in Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Taught at Birmingham, Ala., 1901-02. 
Residence, Vinemont, Ala. 

1319. MARION EGGLESTON ZIMMERMAN (POOLER). 
Sister of Nos. 641, 852, 940, and 1318. 

Born 28 Oct. 1876, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. B.L. Alpha Phi; Omega Psi. 

Married Lemuel Fiske Pooler, 14 Aug. 1901, at Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 560 Willard PL, Evanston, 111. 

CLASS OF 1902. 

This class presented to the University the boulder fountain in front of 

University Hall. 

1320. JENNIE MATILDA ANDERSON. 

Born 9 Jan. 1879, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Principal East Side High School, Mendota, 111. 

Residence, Mendota, 111. Permanent address, 1321 Benson Ave., Evans- 
ton, 111. 

1321. MALCOLM HESTON BAIRD. 
Son op No. 50, and Brother of No. 941. 

Born 1 March 1880, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Phi Delta Theta; Deru; Phi Beta Kappa. Fire 
insurance business, Menasha, Wis., 1902 . 

Residence, Menasha, Wis. Permanent address, 2206 Sheridan Road, 
Evanston, 111. 

1322. EDWIN BALMER. 

Born 26 July 1883, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Student at Har- 
vard University, 1902 . 

Residence, 85 Perkins Hall, Cambridge, Mass. Permanent address, 1327 
Hollywood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1323. 10 BARNES (ST. JOHN). 

Born 4 Oct. 1874, at Albion, Mich. Prepared in Duluth (Minn.) High 
School and St. Cloud (Minn.) Normal School. B.L. Missionary, Peking, 
China, spending first year learning Chinese language. 

Married Burton Little St. John (No. 1046), 9 July 1902, at Duluth, Minn. 

Residence, care Methodist Mission, Peking, China. 



348 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 



1324. LILIAN FLORENCE BAYNE. 

Bom 1 Sept. 1879, at Portland, Conn. J'repared in Preparatory Depart- 
ment of Rockford College, Illinois. Two years in Rockford College. B.S. 
Residence, Mendon, 111. 

1325. SADIE BEARDSLEE. 

Born 20 June 1881, at Prophetstown, 111. Prepared in Clyde (111.) High 
School. A.B. Assistant principal erf Stambaugh (Mich.) High School, 
1902 . 

Residence, Stambaugh, Mich. Permanent address, Prophetstown, 111. 

1326. ALICE MARIE BENHAM. 
Sister of No. 1065. 

Born 15 Nov. 1877, at Winnebago, 111. Prepared in Winnebago and 
Rockford (111.) High Schools. B.S. Studying music at Rockford, 111., 
1902 . 

Residence, Winnebago, 111. 

1327. JOHN EDWARD BREWRINK. 

Born 5 Nov. 1870, at Elmo, Mo. Prepared in Amity College (Iowa) and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Graduate student, North- 
western University, 1902 . 

Residence, 422 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 

1328. GEORGE WESTON BRIGGS. 

Bom 21 Sept. 1874, at North Branch, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Adelphic. Instructor in Algebra, North- 
western University Academy, 1902-03. Under appointment to mission 
work at Poona, India, to begin fall of 1903. 

Residence, 732 Emerson St., Evanston, 111. 

1329. EDNA MYRENE BRONSON. 

Born 27 April 1880, at Hopkinton, la. Prepared in Burlington (la.) 
High School, and Evanston High School. A.B, Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Omega Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Woman's Edition of Northwestern, 
1901. Teacher of Latin and Greek, Kenosha (Wis.) High School, 1902-03. 

Residence, 720 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

1330. WEBSTER HAROLD BURKE. 

Son of No. 46. 

Born 10 May 1881, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi. Student in Chicago- 
Kent College of Law, 1901-03. Private clerk for father, Judge Burke, of 
the Appellate Court of First District of Illinois. 

Residence, 759 Adams St., Chicago, 111. 



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1331. ARTHUR WILLIAM CAMPBELL. 

Born 10 Aug. 1877, at Braidwood, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi; Deru. Editor-in-chief of 
Syllabus. Secretary to President of Northwestern University, 1902 . 

Residence, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Coal 
City, 111. 

1332. IRA ROBERT CAMPBELL. 

Born 4 April 1871, at Durand, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Partner with A. E. George (No. 1346), in 
Northwestern Concert Co., 1902-03. With Mutual Lyceum Bureau, Chicago, 
1903 . 

Residence, Evanston, 111. 

1333. ROBERT JAMES CAMPBELL. 

Born 5 Dec. 1878, in Ohio. Prepared in Wichita (Kan.) High School. 
One year in Fairmount College, Wichita, Kan. A.B. Hinman. In fire 
insurance business, Wichita. President Chautauqua Circle. 

Residence, 428 St. Francis Ave., Wichita, Kan. Office, 203 North 
Main St. 

1334. ALMA SOPHIA CARLSON. 

Born 6 Feb. 1870, in Sweden. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy, Ph.B. Teacher in Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., 1902-03. 
Graduate student, 1903. 

Residence, 2103 Wesley Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1336. GEORGE HENRY CATER. 

Born 24 Sept. 1877, at Liberty ville. 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. B.S. Member Life-Saving Crew. Student in Colorado 
School of Mines. 

Married Nellie Bedell, 14 Sept. 1902, at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, Alcott, Colo. 

1336. LOUIS CLEMENTS. 

Bom 12 Sept. 1877, at Carbondale, 111. Prepared in Southern IlUnois 
State Normal School, Carbondale, 111. Ph.B. Deru; Beta Theta Phi. Class 
day presenter of gifts. Student in law office, Danville, 111. 

Residence, Danville, 111. 

1337. WILSON MARTIN CRAWFORD. 

Born 24 Sept. 1879, at Columbus Grove, O. Prepared in Columbus Grove 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Phi Delta 
Theta; Deru. Book-keeper in bank, Columbus Grove, O. 

Residence, Columbus Grove, O. 



350 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 

1338. EDNA DAVIS GROUSE. 

Born 26 Oct. 1878, at Waterloo, la. Brepared in Freeport (111.) High 
School and Stetson University, Fla. B.S. 
Residence, Stockton, 111. 

1339. SHEPARD J. CRUMPACKER. 

Bom 15 Jan. 1879, in LaPorte, Ind. Prepared in Michigan City, Ind. 
B.S. 1902 , student Northwestern University Law School. 

Address, 356 East Ontario St., Chicago, 111. Permanent address, West- 
ville, Ind. 

1340. CYRUS EDGAR DIETZ. 

Born 17 March 1875, at Onarga, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminary. 
Ph.B. Deru; Delta Tau Delta. 1900-02, student in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School. Practicing law in Chicago, 1902 . 

Address, 70 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

1341. RALPH VAN BUREN DUNLAP. 

Bom 8 April 1872, at Savoy, 111. Prepared in Mitchell, S. Dak., and North- 
western University Academy. B.S. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, West 
Wisconsin Conference ; at West Salem, Wis. 

Residence, West Salem, Wis. 

1342. ARTHUR JAMES ELLIOTT. 

Born 18 Oct. 1875, at Oilman, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminary, 
Onarga, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. President Col- 
lege Y. M. C. A., 1900-02. Delta Tau Delta; Deru. In charge of Religious 
Work Department, City Y. M. C. A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Married Marie Louise Kemon, 8 Oct. 1902, at Washington, D. C. 

Residence, 189 St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1343. HARRIOTT BELLE ELY. 

Bom 18 Feb. 1875, at Savannah, Mo. Prepared in South Division High 
School, Chicago, 111. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Class day historian. Teacher 
of Enghsh in Pueblo (Colo.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Pueblo, Colo. Permanent address, Berwyn, 111. 

1344. HASSE OCTAVIUS ENWALL. 

Born 9 June 1873, at Tuna, Sweden. Prepared in Swedish Navy and in 
Academy of the University of the Pacific. One year in University of Pacific. 
Ph.B. Rogers; Deru. Member United States Life-Saving Crew. Kirk con- 
testant; Patten prize in oratory. Student Boston Theological School, and 
pastor of Methodist Episcopal Church at Frankhn, Mass., 1902 . 

Married Rose B. Christianson, 25 Sept. 1902, at Norway, la. 

Residence, Franklin, Mass. 



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1345. HELEN MAY FAHS. 
Sister of No. 1012. 
Born 8 Oct. 1879, at Miles Station, 111. Prepared in Tacoma (Wash.) 
High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1900-1901, 
student University of Washington. 

Residence, 619 University Place, Evanston, 111. 

1346. ALBERT EDWARD GEORGE. 

Born 13 Nov. 1873, at Muscatine, la. Prepared in Iowa College and 
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Partner with I. R. Campbell 
(No. 1332) in Northwestern Concert Co., 1902-03. Student Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1903—. 

Permanent address. Dexter, la. 

1347. RHODA MAY GOOCH. 

Born 6 May 1880, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston Township High 
School. B.S. Delta Gamma. Teaching at White Pigeon, Mich. 
Residence, 1553 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1348. ETHEL LEOTA GOODRICH. 

Born 4 April 1876, at Braidwood, 111. Prepared in North Division High 
School, Chicago, 111., Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111., and Northwestern 
University Academy. Ph.B. Teacher in Salmon (Idaho) High School, 
1902 . 

Residence, Salmon, Idaho. 

1349. CHARLES HENRY GREEN. 

Born 8 July 1873, at Freeport, 111. Prepared in Freeport High School. 
B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 1902, LL.B., Northwestern University Law 
School. Lawyer. 

Residence, 1577 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1360. FREDERIC WILLIAM HAIST. 
Brother of No. 1085, 

Born 20 April 1858, at Buffalo, N. Y. Prepared in Freeport (lU.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal, Michigan Conference; at Pearl City, 111., May to Oct. 1902. 

Student at Garrett Biblical Institute, 1899 . 

Married Mae Brubaker, 9 Sept. 1886, at Freeport, 111. 
Children — Theodore Edwin, born 15 Sept. 1889. 
Virginia Ethel, born 15 Sept. 1889. 
Louis Wesley, born 29 April 1900. 
Residence, 2049 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 



352 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 

1351. ALLEN ODELL HAMMOND. 

Born 8 Dec. 1878, at Algonac, Mich. Prepared in Albion College, Mich. 
Ph.B. 1901 , student at Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Metho- 
dist Episcopal, Detroit Conference; at Palmer, Mich., June to Sept. 1902; 
Keweenaw charge, 1902 . 

Married Gracia Marie Plass, 28 Jan. 1903, at Flushing, Mich. 

Residence, Eagle River, Mich. 

1362. EDWARD JAMES HANMER. 

Born 21 Feb. 1878, at Crown Point, Ind. Prepared in Evansville (Wis.) 
Seminary and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Adelphic. En- 
gaged in gold mining business. 

Residence, Lead, S. Dak. ; permanent address, 2010 Darrow Ave., Evans- 
ton, 111. 

1353. HENRY HANSON. 

Born 6 April 1875, at Jutland, Denmark. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Mining chemist at Lead, S. Dak. 
Residence, Lead, S. Dak. 

1354. HARRIET ELIZABETH HARBAUGH. 

Born 13 Nov. 1873, at West Salem, O. Prepared in Joliet High School 
and Northwestern University Academy. Student at Illinois State Normal 
University, 1892-93. Ph.B. Teacher of Latin and Literature in High School, 
Savanna, 111. 

Residence, Savanna, 111. ; permanent address, Ritchie, 111. 

1355. SARAH VOORHEES HARDEN. 

Born 10 Dec. 1870, at Hightstown, N. J. Prepared in Hightstown and 
Grand Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111. Ph.B. Assistant Principal of Nunda 
(111.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Nunda, 111. 

1366. STEPHEN PRICE HART. 

Born 23 Sept. 1872, at Ossian, la. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi; Adelphic. With the St. Louis Dry Goods 
Reporter, 1902 

Address, 715 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. 

1357. ROBERT HALSEY HENDERSON. 

Born 4 Aug. 1876, at Keokuk, la. Prepared in Keokuk High School. 
Ph.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Electrical engineer with 
the Newark Works of the Westinghouse Electric Co. 

Married Emma Morris, 7 Sept. 1899, in Chicago. 

Residence, 161 New St., Newark, N. J. 



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1358. HARRY OLIVER HILL. 

Born 13 Dec. 1876, at Edinburg, 111. Prepared in Edinburg and Taylor- 
ville High Schools and Illinois Wesleyan University Law School. Ph.B. 
Hinman. Secretary of College Y. M. C. A., Northwestern University, 1902 . 

Residence, College Y. M. C. A . House, 2023 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1359. MARION HOLMES. 

Born 10 Nov. 1878, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwest Division High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Teacher in High School, Marseilles, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, Marseilles, 111. ; permanent address, 823 Hinman Ave., Evans- 
ton, lU. 

1360. LILLIEN EDNA HOWELL. 

Born 20 June 1879, at Anita, la. Prepared in Omaha (Neb.) High School 
and Central High School, Kansas City. Student at Nebraska and Kansas 
State Universities. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Teacher in Kansas Citj' 
(Mo.) pubhc schools, 1902 . 

Residence, 2943 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. 



1361. JED LAKE JEWEL. 

Born 26 Aug. 1875, in Buchanan Co., la. Prepared in Independence (la.) 
High School. B.S. Manager Nelson Brothers Laundry, and Rogers Park 
News Co., Chicago. 

Residence, 517 Greenleaf Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, 111. 

1362. LESLIE PEARL KINCAID. 

Born 9 Feb. 1882, at Farmer City, 111. Prepared in Farmer City High 
School. Ph.B. Deru; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Residence, Farmer City, 111. 

1363. RAY BASSETT KIPP. 

Born 15 April 1877, at Tonica, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminary, 
Onarga, 111. A.B. Teacher in Livingston County public school. Under 
appointment to teach in Concepcion, Chile, So. America. 

Address, Fairbury, 111., R. No. 2. 

1364. THO!^L\S ALBERT KNOTT. 

Born 12 Jan. 1880, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Lake View High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Deru scholarship prize. Teacher of Eng- 
lish Literature in Coshocton (O.) High School, 1902 . 

Residence, 239 North Fourth St., Coshocton, O.; permanent address, 1116 
Columbia Ave.. Rogers Park, Chicago, 111. 



354 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 

1365. ARTHUR HOWELL KNOX. 

Bom 8 July 1880, at Topeka, Kan. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Student in Architecture, Chicago Art Institute, 
1902 . 

Residence, 804 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1366. ISABEL RUTH LOW. 

Born 14 Oct. 1880, at Waukegan, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 

A.B. Delta Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student, 1902 . 

Residence, 1040 Benson Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1367. LUCY LYFORD. 
Sister of No. 551. 

Born 11 April 1878, at Port Byron, 111. Prepared in Port Byron High 
School and Academy. A.B. Teacher in Port Byron public schools. 
Residence, Port Byron, 111. 

1368. LULU KATHERINE MELZER. 

Bom 18 May 1881, at Oak Glen, 111. Prepared in Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. A.B. 1902 , graduate student in Latin. Instructor in Eng- 
lish Grammar in Northwestern University Academy, 1902 . 

Residence, Glenview, 111. 

1369. GEORGE ALBERT MOORE. 

Born 19 May 1880, at Detroit, Mich. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. With the Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co., Detroit, 
Mich., 1902 . 

Residence, 30 East High St., Detroit, Mich. Permanent address, 2131 
Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1370. WILLIAM ALFRED OLDFIELD. 

Bom 5 Sept. 1876, at Shermerville, 111. Prepared in Jefferson High 
School, Chicago. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Storekeeper, Customs Service, 
Chicago, 111., 1902 . Student at Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1902 . 

Residence, 1737 West Balmoral Ave., Chicago. 

1371. FESTUS EDWARD OWEN. 
Brother of No. 776. 

Born 3 Dec. 1877, at Mokena, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer- 
sity Academy. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. 1902 , graduate student. In- 
structor in Greek, Northwestern University Academy, 1902 . 

Residence, 811 Clark St., Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Mokena, 111. 



1902] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 355 

1372. MARY PAARLBERG. 

Born 1 April 1879, at Oak Glen, 111. Prepared in Harvey (111.) High 
School. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher at Beardstown, 111. 
Residence, Beardstown, 111. Permanent address. Oak Glen, 111. 

1373. MAY EUNICE PARK. 

Born 24 June 1879, at Foresman, Ind. Prepared in Goodland (Ind.) 
High School. B.L. 

Residence, Wilmette, 111. 

1374. GEORGE HATHAWAY PARKINSON. 

Born 13 Dec. 1876, at Springfield, 111. Prepared in High School and 
Normal School of Wichita, Kan. Ph.B. Hinman. Presented class foun- 
tain to University. Cleveland prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; at 
Stafford, Kan., 1902 . 

Married Ora Edrell Pollard, 24 June 1902, at Sterhng, Kan. 

Residence, Stafford, Kan. 

1375. WARD WRIGHT PIERSON. 
Brother of Nos. 833 and 1118. 

Born 22 Oct. 1879, at RadcHffe, la. Prepared in Wilmette (111.) High 
School and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Deru; Theta Nu 
Epsilon; Sigma Chi. Adelphic. Cleveland prize. Instructor in Manual 
Training, Evanston High School. 

Residence, Wilmette, 111. 

1376. ERNEST LARNED PRATT. 

Born 4 Oct. 1878, at Jackson, Mich. Prepared in Jefferson and North- 
west Division High Schools, Chicago. A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Theta 
Nu Epsilon. With Chicago American. 

Married Marion Eleanor Ewell, 18 Feb. 1903. 

Residence, 747 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1377. FRANCES CHRISTINE RAWLINS. 

Sister OF Nos. 677 and 835. 

Born 14 Dec. 1879, at Guilford, 111. Prepared in Warren (111.) High 
School and Academy. A.B. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Omega Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa. Teacher of Mathematics and Greek, Grand Prairie Seminary, 
Onarga, 111. 

Residence, Onarga, 111. Permanent address, Warren, 111. 

1378. HARRY ANDREW REA. 

Born 24 Jan. 1877, at Schaumberg, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. A.B. Teacher in Chicago, 111., 1902 . 

Permanent address, 841 West Lake St., Chicago, 111. 



356 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 

1379. ALBERT DAVID SANDERS, JR. 

Born 27 Feb. 1879, at Easthampton, Mas§. Prepared in Evanston High 
School. B.S. Deru; Beta Theta Pi. Editor Northwestern, 1901-02. 
Student at Harvard Law School, 1902 . 

Residence, 2 Perkins Hall, Cambridge, Mass. Permanent address, 1227 
Benson Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1380. FRANK HA^RY SCHEINER. 

Born 18 Nov. 1879, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. Ph.B. Phi Delta Theta. Student Northwestern University Law 
School, 1902 . 

Residence, 3200 North 40th Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1381. MARY RANKIN SCOTT. 

Born 12 Oct. 1878, at McLeansboro, 111. Prepared in Harvey (111.) High 
School. A.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Expects to teach. 
Residence, 15134 Center Ave., Harvey, 111. 

1382. ANGELINA EMILY SEABROOK. 

Born 14 Dec. 1872, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Northwestern L'^niver- 
sity Academy. B.L. Teacher of French and German, Adrian College, 
Adrian, Mich., 1902 . 

Residence, Adrian, Mich. Permanent address, 3428 Hermitage Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

1383. MAURICE JOY SEED. 

Born 31 Dec. 1871, at Lawrenceville, 111. Prepared in Northwestern 
University Academy. B.S. Adelphic. Phi Beta Kappa. Harris prize. 
Editor and pubUsher of the Daily and Weekly Register, of Mt. Vernon, 111. 

Residence, Mt. Vernon, 111. 

1384. FRANCES MARGARET SHARP. 

Born 23 Jan. 1880, at Spring Hills, O. Prepared in Warsaw (Ind.) High 
School. Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. President College Young Women's 
Christian Association, 1900-01. Teacher in Warsaw (Ind.) High School, 
1902 . 

Residence, 808 East Ft. Wayne St., Warsaw, Ind. 

1386. GRACE ETHEL SHUMAN. 

Sister of Nos. 482, 593, 629, and 840. 

Born 7 Sept. 1879, at Englewood, 111. Prepared in Evanston High 
School. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. President junior 
class; Class day prophet. Assistant in compilation of Alumni Record of 
College of Liberal Arts, Northwestern L^niversity, 1902-03. 

Residence, 2130 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1902] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 357 

1386. JOSEPH ERNEST SMILEY. 

Born 17 June 1875, at Plainville, 111. Prepared at Western Normal Col- 
lege, Bushnell, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Hinman. 
Beta Theta Pi. Raymond and Gage debate prizes. President senior class; 
president College Young Men's Christian Association, 1899-1900. Inter- 
collegiate Secretary of Boston Young Men's Christian Association, 1902 , 

Address, 458 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. Home address, Plainville, 111. 

1387. ARTHUR HENSLEY SMITH. 

Born 7 April 1882, at Chicago, 111. Prepared at Jefferson High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Delta Upsilon. Student Northwestern University Medical 
School. Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Residence, 2360 North 41st Court, Irving Park, Chicago, 111. 

1388. HENMAN BRESSEE SMITH. 

Bom 8 July 1876, at Salina, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University 
Academy. B.S. Rogers. Beta Theta Pi. Member of United States Life- 
Saving Crew. 1902 , student at Harvard Law School. 

Address, Cambridge, Mass., care Harvard University Law School. 
Permanent address, Morris, 111. 

1389. OLLA STEVENSON. 

Born 17 Oct. 1871, at Nebraska City, Neb. Prepared in Nebraska City 
High School and Academy, and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 
Teaching in Nebraska City High School, 1902 . 

Residence, 516 North 14th St., Nebraska City, Neb. 

1390. GEORGE JOHN CRAIG STEWART. 

Born 18 Aug. 1879, at Saginaw, East Side, Mich. Prepared in Saginaw 
East Side High School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Delta Upsilon. Patten prize, preliminary Northern Oratorical League con- 
test; Class day poet. Clergyman. Pastor Calumet Heights Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, 1896-1900; of St. Stephen's Methodist Episcopal Church, 
Chicago, 1900-02. Member Rock River Conference, 1901-02. Withdrew 
from Methodist Episcopal Church to enter Episcopal, Oct. 1902. Assistant 
at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Chicago, 1902 . 

Married Mary Gertrude Clyde, 31 March 1902, at Chester, Pa. 

Residence, 1180 Sheridan Road, Chicago, lU. 

1391. ESTHER LOUISA STOWE. 

Born 27 May 1876, at Postville, la. Prepared in Fort Dodge (la.) High 
School. B.S. Teaching in Plymouth, Ind. 

Residence, Plymouth, Ind. Permanent address. Fort Dodge, la. 



358 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 

1392. EVA STRUGGLES. 

Born 1879, at Pontiac, Mich. Prepared in Hyde Park (111.) High 

School. Ph.B. 

Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

1393. MINNIE MAY SUTTER. 

Born 23 March 1880, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Lake View High 
School, Chicago. B.L. 

Residence, 745 Evanston Ave., Chicago, 111. 



1394. HENRY MARCUS SWAN. 

Born 12 March 1876, at Four Corners, la. Prepared in East Side High 
School, Des Moines, la., and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 
Student in Garrett Biblical Institute and teacher in Swedish Theological Sem- 
inary, Evanston, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, Swedish Seminary, Evanston, 111. 

1396. HARRY ELLSBERTH SWEITZER. 

Bom 28 Nov. 1865, at Harrisburg, Pa. Prepared in Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy. Ph.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Rock River 
Conference. Pastor at Clyde, 111., 1902 . 

Married Rose A. Page. 

Child— H. Earl, born 9 Aug. 1889. 

Residence, Clyde, 111. 

1396. ALBERT HOYT TAYLOR. 

Born 1 Jan. 1879, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
In University of Michigan summer school, seasons of 1900 and 1901. B.S. 
Instructor in Physics and Electrical Engineering, Michigan State Agricul- 
tural College, Feb. 1900 . 

Residence, Agricultural College, Michigan. 

1397. CECIL ELIZABETH THOMAS. 

Born 26 Dec. 1879, at Decorah, la. Prepared in Decorah, la. Three 
and one-half years at Upper Iowa University; one year at State University 
of Iowa; one year at Northwestern University. B.S. 

Permanent address, Decorah, la. 

1398. SADIE ABIA THOMPSON. 
Sister of No. 1211. 

Bom 16 Oct. 1880, at Lockland, O. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
Ph.B. Pi Beta Phi. 

Residence, 2135 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1902] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 359 

1399. OLIVER OTIS TOWNSEND. 

Born 20 April 1876, at Somonauk, 111. Prepared in Sandwich (111.) and 
South Chicago High Schools. Attended summer school of University of 
Wisconsin. B.S. Delta Tau Delta. Hinman. Principal of Lockport (111.) 
school, 1902 . 

Residence, Lockport, 111. Permanent address. Sandwich, 111. 

1400. DELBERT SYLVESTER ULLRICK. 

Born 11 March 1873, at Carson City, Nev. Prepared in Carson City High 
School and Academy of Napa (Cal.) College. 1895-96, Napa College; 
1896-97 and fall of 1897, University of Pacific, San Jose, Cal. A.B. Student 
Garrett Biblical Institute, 1902 . 

Married Mary Frances Roe. 

Children — Alma Frances, born 17 March 1899. 

DoRRis Sylvester Roe, born 1 Feb. 1901. 

Residence, 1021 Ayars Place, Evanston, 111. 

1401. MARY WADDEN. 

Born 9 May 1878, at Carleton, Minn. Prepared in Madison (S. Dak.) 
State Normal, St. Clair Convent, Sinsinawa, Wis., and by private study. 
Ph.B. Ivy orator. Phi Beta Kappa. Teaching in high school of Madison, 
S. Dak. 

Residence, Madison, S. Dak. 

1402. SIDNEY GEORGE WARD. 
Brother of No. 1403. 

Born 4 March 1881, at London, England. Prepared in Lake and South 
Division High Schools, Chicago. B.S. Student Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, 1902 . 

Residence, 491 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. Permanent address, 823 
Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

1403. STANLEY WARD. 
Brother of No. 1402. 

Born 29 Oct. 1879, at London, England. Prepared in Lake High School, 
Chicago. A.B. Adelphic. In business with H. E. Chandler & Co., Evans- 
ton, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, 823 Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

1404. HARRY ERNEST WEESE. 

Born 5 Feb. 1876, in Huntington County, Ind. Prepared at Huntington 
High School. One year at De Pauw University. B.S. Phi Delta Theta. 
With Knight, Donnelley & Co., bankers and brokers, Chicago, 1902-03; 
with Chas. Wightman, real estate business, Evanston, 1903 . 

Residence, 518 Church St., Evanston, 111. Permanent address, Hunting- 
ton, Ind. 



360 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1902 

1405. IDA WELCH. 

Born 27 April 1874, at Hindsboro, 111. Pfepared in Evanston High School. 

A.B. Assistant in Zoological Laboratory, 1902 . 

Residence, 1926 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1406. FRANK HARRY WEST. 

Born 2 Jan. 1877, at Loda, 111. Prepared in Grand Prairie Seminary, 
Onarga, 111. A.B. Delta Tau Deltf. Class day orator. Kirk prize. 
Assistant Secretary of Evanston (111.) City Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation, 1902-March 1903; same, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 1903 . 

Residence, 189 St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Permanent address, 
Loda, 111. 

1407. DAVID IRWIN WILLIAMS. 

Born 27 Sept. 1879, at Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School. 
B.S. Delta Upsilon. President class of 1901 in its sophomore year. With 
Marshall Field & Co., retail, 1902 . 

Residence, 1216 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1408. HORACE BLAKE WILLIAMS. 

Born 3 June 1877, at Waupoose, Ont. Prepared in Picton, Ont. Stu- 
dent one year in University of Toronto, and two years in University of 
Chicago. A.B. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference; 
at Hawthorne, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, Hawthorne, 111. 

1409. RUTH WOOLSON. 

Born 18 Oct. 1880, at Mt. Pleasant, la. Prepared in Mt. Pleasant High 
School and Academy of Iowa Wesleyan University. Ph.B. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. President College Young Women's Christian Association, 1901-02. 
Teacher in Cedar Falls (la.) High School, 1902-03. 

Residence, 521 Clay St., Cedar Falls, la. Permanent address, 1308 
Sixth Ave., Des Moines, la. 

1410. GHEN-ICHIRO YOSHIOKA. 

Born 26 June 1870, at Okayama, Japan. Prepared in Okayama High 
School and The Doshisha, Kyoto, and in Northwestern University Academy. 

Ph.B. Graduate student in University of Chicago, 1902 . Instructor in 

Japanese Language, University of Chicago, 1902 . 

Address, University of Chicago, Chicago, lU. 

1411. INA ZILISCH. 

Born 10 Feb. 1876, at Mayville, Wis. Prepared in Mayville High School. 
Two years at Leland Stanford Jr. University, California. B.S. Teacher in 
Eh-oy, Wis., High School, 1902 . 

Residence, Elroy, Wis. Permanent address, Mayville, Wis. 



1903] COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 361 

CLASS OF 1903. 

FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF THE GRADUATING CLASS IN THE COLLEGE OF 
LIBERAL ARTS, TOGETHER WITH THE PROSPECTIVE DEGREE, 
MAJOR SUBJECT, AND HOME ADDRESS. 

Fred Edgerton Abbott. (B.S.) Chemistry. Hastings, Neb. 

Axel Walfrid Anderson. (B.S.) Zoology. Evanston, 111. 

Dana Foss Angier. (B.S.) Chemistry. Beardstown, 111. 

Eugene Whiteman Bell. (B.S.) English Language. St. Joseph, 111. 

Aura McEwen Benedict. (B.S.) History and Philosophy. Shelby, la. 

Elizabeth Bonar. (B.S.) English Language. El Paso, 111. 

Reuben Fletcher Booth. (Ph.B.) Mathematics. 1945 Maple Ave., 

Evanston, 111. 
William Claud Booth. (A.B.) English Language. Coal City, 111. 
Eddy Sanford Brandt. (B.S.) English Language. 8742 Centre Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 
Arlo Ayres Brown. (A.B.) History and English Language. Kewanee, 

111. 
Harry Hamilton Brown. (B.S.) Physics. 1020 Grove St., Evanston, 111. 
Mary Lizzie Bucknam. (Ph.B.) History. Warren, 111. 
Elizabeth Burr. (Ph.B.) English Language. 313, 5th St., Grand Forks, 

So. Dakota. 
Alice Campbell. (B.S.) Mathematics. Chicago, 111. 
William Thomas Benton Campbell. (B.S.) Chemistry. Durand, 111. 
Gertrude Marie Carman. (Ph.B.) German. 714 Grand Ave., Wauke- 

gan. 111. 
Winifred Leola Chappell. (Ph.B.) Moral and Social Philosophy. 

Sioux Falls, S. D. 
Ellen Fatima Clemens. (B.S.) Zoology. West McHenry, 111. 
Fay Cooper Cole. (B.S.) History. Los Angeles, Cal. 
Mary Huntington Comings. (B.S.) English Literature. Eau Claire, Wis. 
Mabel Elizabeth Cook. (A.B.) Philosophy. Piano, 111. 
Emma Elizabeth Dapper. (Ph.B.) Latin. Quincy, 111. 
Percy Roland Davis. (Ph.B.) History. 1627 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, 111. 
Martin Cornelius Decker. (A.B.) Latin. Grayslake, 111. 
Edith Idella Delay. (B.S.) History. Chebanse, 111. 
Roger Lee Dennis. (B.S.) English Language. Traer, la. 
RoGERTA Dickinson. (B.L.) EngUsh Literature and English Language. 

Eureka, 111. 
Harry Glenn Dildine. (A.B.) Zoology. Dildine, Mich. 



362 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1903 

Eleanor Stranahan Doty. (A.B.) English Language. Warren, Pa. 
Harriet Babcock Durham. (B.L.) English Literature. Onarga, 111. 
Amelia Jeannette Foster. (B.S.) Mathematics and History. 1719 

Roscoe St., Chicago, 111. 
Elbertie Foudray. (B.S.) Physics. 1923 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 
Milton Frye. (A.B.) English Language and Philosophy. Shannon, 111. 
Arthur Loren Gates. (A.B.) English Literature. Lena, 111. 
Genevieve Gilruth. (Ph.B.) Latin.* West Plains, Mo. 
Minnie Imogene Haines. (Ph.B.) History and German. Chicago, 111. 
George Levant Harroun. (B.S.) Economics. Crescent City, la. 
Florence Helen Hatfield. (Ph.B.) German and French. Indianola, la. 
William Heilman. (B.S.) Chemistry. Evansville, Ind. 
Ernest Samuel Hobbs. (A.B.) History. Canton, 111. 
Edgar Starkey Jackson. (B.S.) Chemistry. Blanchester, Ohio. 
Francis James Johnson. (Ph.B.) Philosophy. Box Grove, Ont. 
Frank Edgar Jones. (Ph.B.) Physics. Chicago, 111. 
William Howell Jones. (B.S.) Physics. JoUet, 111. 
Arthur Everei't Joslyn. (B.S.) Mathematics. Marengo, 111. 
Mary Edith Karn. (A.B.) Greek and Latin. Ortonville, Minn. 
Lucretia Garfield Kays. (B.S.) Chemistry and Zoology. Evanston, 111. 
Effie Kinnison. (Ph.B.) English Language. Ligonier, Ind. 
James Lewis Lane. (B.S.) Botany. Warrensburg, Mo. 
Ruth Lilian Lane. (Ph.B.) Latin. Winona, Minn. 
Edith Elizabeth Lawrence. (A.B.) English Literature. Seattle, Wash. 
Helga Marie Leburg. (A.B.) Greek and Latin. Chicago, lU. 
Ray Elmer Lee. (Ph.B.) Economics. Maryville, Mo. 
Mina Loew. (Ph.B.) French. LeMars, Iowa. 

Eva Mary Long. (A.B.) Greek and English Language. Pontiac, 111. 
John Wesley McClinton. (A.B.) Mathematics. Port Elgin, Ont. 
Charles Percy McConnell. (B.S.) Chemistry. Evanston, 111. 
George Alexander McMichael. (Ph. B.) English Language. North 

Platte, Neb. 
Marguerite Johanna Mayr. (B.S.) German and English Language. 

Chicago, 111. 
Ethel Louise Merrill. (A.B.) Greek. Evanston, 111. 
Anjuline Orillia Meyer. (Ph.B.) German. Evanston, 111. 
Frank Peter Mies. (B.S.) Economics. Saunemin, 111. 
Virginia Elizabeth Miller. (A.B.) Latin. LaCrosse, Wis. 
Frank J. Milnes. (B.S.) Economics. Evanston, 111. 
Hedwig Henriette Mueller. (B.L.) German. Chicago, 111. 



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Walter Raleigh Myers. (Ph.B.) German. Harvey, IlL 

Lenore Latham Negus. (Ph.B.) History. Wilmetto, lU. 

Harriet Gertrude Norton. (Ph.B.) History and German. Evanston, lU. 

Thomas Edward Nugent. (A.B.) Philosophy, Marquette, Neb. 

Maude Louise Oliver. (Ph.B.) Latin. Evanston, 111. 

David Billings Peck. (B.S.) Chemistry and Zoology. 

Mrs. Harriet Naylor Towle Perrin. (Ph.B.) History. Cleveland, O. 

Jessie Irene Peters. (B.S.) History. Chicago, 111. 

Louis Christiern Peterson. (B.S.) Physics. Worcester, Mass. 

Francis Gates Porter. (B.S.) Chemistry. Chicago, 111. 

Karl Fredrick Putnam. (B.S.) Geology. Mt. Carmel, 111. 

Frank Miller Rarig. (A.B.) Enghsh Language. Minneapolis, Kan. 

LuELLA Reed. (B.L.) English Literature. Decatur, 111. 

Florence Louise Richards. (Ph.B.) Latin and German. Evanston, 111. 

Otto Gustaf Ryden. (Ph.B.) Economics. Evanston, 111. 

Theresia Schwingel. (B.S.) German and English Language. Chicago, 111. 

Maud Tesmer Seaman. (A.B.) Philosophy. Momence, 111. 

Walter Frank Sipek. (A.B.) English Literature. Kosteletz, Bohemia. 

Elberta Thalia Smith. (Ph.B.) Latin. Springfield, 111. 

Harry Edward Smoot. (A.B.) History. Petersburg, 111. 

Charles Edward Stahl. (A.B.) Greek. Chicago, 111. 

Eva May Stewart. (Ph.B.) Philosophy. Evanston, 111. 

Ancel Roy Stowe. (Ph.B.) History. Chicago, 111. 

Herman Wilmer Stowe, (B.S.) Economics. Ft. Dodge, la. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson Summerville. (B.S.) Physics and Mathematics. 
Evanston, 111. 

Lawyer Taylor. (B.S.) Mathematics. Austin, Texas. 

Lillian Daisy Thomas. (B.L.) English Language. Denver, Colo. 

George Staley Tilroe. (A.B.) Latin. Robinson, 111. 

Anna May Tyson. (A.B.) Latin and Greek. Chicago, 111. 

Laura Foster Ullrick. "(A.B.) History and Mathematics. Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

John George Vaughan. (B.S.) English Literature. Chicago, 111. 

Anna Welch. (B.S.) History. Evanston, 111. 

Ruth Anne Woodley. (B.S.) History and English Language. Evans- 
ton, 111. 

George Benjamin Woods. (A.B.) Enghsh Language. So. Bend, Ind. 

Gilbert Haven Wynekoop. (B.S.) Chemistry and Zoology. Chicago, 111. 

Elsie Zaumbrecher. (B.S.) Physics, German, Mineralogy. Evanston, 111. 



GRADUATE ALUMNI 

A CATALOGUE OF THOSE WHO HAVE OBTAINED ADVANCED DEGREES BY EX- 
AMINATION AFTER A COURSE O^ GRADUATE STUDY UNDER THE 
FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. 

CHARLES HAMLINE ZIMMERMAN. 

1892. A.M. (Latin and History). (See No. 641.) 

GERTRUDE LE ROY BROWN. 

1893. Ph.M. (Philosophy). (See No. 649.) 

1412. PERSIS JANE HURD (ALDERSON). 

1893. Ph.M. (History). 

Bom 15 Nov. 1871, at Fayette, la. 1891, Ph.B., Upper Iowa University. 

Residence, Fayette, la. 

1413. MILO ROY MALTBIE. 
Brother of No. 413. 

1893. Ph.M. (Political Economy). 

Bom April 1871, at Hinckley, 111. 1892, Ph.B., Upper Iowa University. 
1897, Ph.D., Columbia University. Professor of Mathematics in Mt. Morris 
College, 1893-95. Fellow in Administrative Law, Columbia University? 
1895-97. Secretary New York Reform Club Committee on City Affairs, 
and editor Municipal Affairs, since 1897. Prize Lecturer on Municipal 
Government, Columbia University, since 1900. Author of " English Local 
Government of To-day," 1897; '' EngUsh Cities and Their Problems," 1903 
(Macmillan), and of numerous magazine articles. 

Address, Room 21, City Hall, New York, N. Y. 

EDMUND CHASE QUEREAU. 
1893. Ph.M. (Geology and Mineralogy). Non-resident. (See No. 520.) 

CORA MONNIER RAWLINS. 
1893. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 677.) 

JEROME HALL RAYMOND. 
1893. A.M. (History). (See No. 678.) 

RALPH HAM SMITH. 
1893. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 686.) 

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365 



WILLIAM LOUIS WILSON. 
1893. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 695.) 



1414. OTIS FISHER BLACK. 



1894. A.M. (Chemistry). 

Born 11 March 1867, at Cambridge, Mass. 

Residence, . 



1891, A.B., Harvard University. 



EDWARD LAUGHTON COLEBECK. 

1894. A.M. (Latin). (See No. 703.) 

1415. JOSEPH PATRICK MAC CARTHY. 

1894. A.M. (Philosophy). 

Born 4 April 1862, in Ontario, Canada. 1888, A.B., Albion College. 
1898, Ph.D., IlHnois Wesleyan. Lawyer, 1889-90; since, clergyman. Pastor 
of Methodist church at Chicago, 111., Muskegon, and Grand Rapids, Mich. 
At present pastor Congregational church at Helena, Mont. 

Address, 6 Thompson Block, Helena, Mont. 

MINNIE RUTH TERRY. 
1894. A.M. (Latin). (See No. 634.) 

ADA TOWNSEND. 

1894. A.M. (Latin). (See No. 558.) 

MYRON LUCIUS ASHLEY. 

1895. Ph.M. (Philosophy). (See No. 737.) 

1416. OLIN HANSON BASQUIN. 

1895. A.M. (Physics). 

1901. Ph.D. (Physics). Thesis: A Study of the Arc Spectrum of 
Hydrogen. 

•Born 31 Jan. 1869, at Dows, la. 1892, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan. 1894, 
A.B., Harvard. Fellow in Physics, Northwestern University, 1894-97. 
Engineering Department of Luxfer Prism Co., Chicago, 1897-98; London, 
1898, and Berlin, 1899, with same company. Fellow in Physics at North- 
western University, 1900-1901. Since 1901 Associate Professor of Physics. 
Has published three papers on experimental work in Physics. 

Residence, 1911 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 



FRED LEMAR CHARLES. 
1895. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 747.) 



366 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1417. JOHN GROSVENOR CROSS. 

1895. M.S. (Bacteriology). 

Born 8 May 1870, at Rochester, Minn. 1892, B.S., University of Minne- 
sota. 1895, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Member of 
Minnesota State Medical Society ; Minnesota Academy of Medicine ; American 
Medical Association. Author of " The Present Status of the X-Ray in Medi- 
cine and Surgery," Northwestern Lancet, Vol. XXI., No. 10. 

Residence, Rochester. Minn. 

HANNAH ISABELLE DREW (FOWLER). 
1895. Ph.M. (English Literature). (See No. 752.) 

FANNY COOK GATES. 
1895. M.L. (Mathematics). (See No. 759.) 

1418. EDWARD SCHROCK HADY. 

1895. Ph.M. (History). 

Born 22 Nov. 1863, at Meyersdale, Pa. 1894. Ph.B., Upper Iowa Uni- 
versity, Graduate work in Universities of Chicago and Wisconsin. Prin- 
cipal of school. Strawberry Point, Iowa, 1891-94; Superintendent of Schools, 
Lanark, 111., 1895-1902; same, Oregon, 111., 1902 . 

Residence, Oregon, 111. 

VERNON JAMES HALL. 

1895. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 764.) 

1896. Ph.D. (Chemistry). Thesis: A Study of Iron and Zinc Hydrox- 
ides in Precipitation. 

ROBERT NEWTON HOLT. 
1895. Ph.M. (Political Economy). (See No. 714.) 

MYRTLE EUGENIA MATTISON. 
1895. A.M. (History). Non-resident. (See No. 620.) 

THOMAS NICHOLSON. 
1895. A.M. (Philosophy). (See No. 720.) 

EDWARD M. PALLETTE. 
1895. Ph.M. (Zoology). (See No. 778.) 

1419. WILLIAM HENRY PHELPS. 

1895. M.L. (History). 

Bom 28 Nov. 1872, at Kalamazoo, Mich. 1894, B.L., Albion College. 



I 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 367 

Boston Theological School, 1897-99. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Pastor at Martin, Mich., 1895-97; at Grand Rapids, 1899-1901; at Manistee, 
Mich., 1902. 

Residence, Manistee, Mich. 

1420. LOUIS ERNST SCHMIDT. 

1895. M.S. (Pathology). 

Bom 8 Jan. 1869, at Chicago, 111. 1892, B.S., University of Michigan. 
Ph.G., Chicago College of Pharmacy. 1895, M.D., Northwestern University 
Medical School. Physician in Chicago since 1895. 

Residence, 424 N. State St., Chicago, 111. 

1421. MAURICE ALPHEUS BIGELOW. 

1896. M.S. (Biology). 

Bom 8 Dec. 1872, at Milford Center, O. 1894, B.S., Ohio Wesleyan 
University. Instructor in Biology, Ohio Wesleyan, 1894-95. Instructor 
in Zoology, Northwestern University and Academy, 1896-98. Instructor 
in Biology, Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1899-1903. Adjunct 

Professor of Biology, same, 1903 . Contributor to Anatomischer Anzeiger 

and Zoological Bulletin. 

Address, Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

COLUMBUS BRADFORD. 

1896. A.M. (History and English Literature). Non-resident. (See No. 
496.) 

1422. FRANCIS CUMMINS LOCKWOOD. 
Brother of No. 718. 

1896. Ph.D. (Philosophy). Thesis: Emerson as a Philosopher. 
Bom 22 May 1864, at Mt. Erie, 111. 1892, A.B., Baker University. 
Residence, Manhattan, Kansas. 

ANNA NEIGLICK (BIGELOW). 
1896. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 828.) 

HARRISON EASTMAN PATTEN. 
1896. A.M. (Chemistry). (See No. 779.) 

WILLIAM CROWELL VAN BENSCHOTEN. 
1896. A.M. (Surgery). (See No. 636.) 

1423. *HARRY K. WHITE. 

1896. M.L. (History). 
Born 19 Sept. 1862, at Burns, Wis. 1894, B.L., University of Wisconsin. 
Assistant Principal of Sheboygan (Wis.) High School, 1896-1900. 
Died 9 July 1900, at Marshall, Wis. 



368 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

*SARA ELEANOR ANDERSON (HALL). 
1897. Ph.M. (Latin). (See No. 854.) . 

GEORGE BOOTH. 
1897. Ph.M. (Zoology). (See No. 859.) 

MRS. FRANCES BUCKLEY EMBREE. 
1897. A.M. (Political Economy). fSee No. 872.) 

MARY ELGIN GLOSS. 
1897. M.S. (Botany). (See No. 657.) 

ELLIS KIRK KERR. 
1897. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 888.) 

JAMES NEWTON PEARCE. 
1897. Ph.M. (Chemistry). (See No. 912.) 

JESSIE ROGERS PHILLIPS. 
1897. Ph.M. (French). (See No. 832.) 

CLARENCE HALL ROBISON. 
1897. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 836.) 

1424. OTTO HERMAN SWEZEY. 

1897. M.S. (Zoology). 

Bom 7 June 1869, at Rockford, 111. 1896, A.B., Lake Forest University. 
Fellow in Zoology, Northwestern, 1896-97. Instructor in Zoology, North- 
western University Academy, 1897-1901. Fellow at Ohio State University. 
1902 . 

Residence, 377 King Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

1425. *MARVIN FULLER TANZY. 

1897. M.S. (Astronomy). 

Bom 25 Oct. 1871, at Steamboat Rock, la. 1894, B.S., South Dakota 
Agricultural College. 
Died, 1900. 

ALFRED JOCELYN WALLER. 

1897. A.M. (English Language). (See No. 933.) 

EVA ELLEN BARKER (FROULA). 

1898. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 997.) 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 369 

1426. JOHN MARSHALL BEFFEL. 

1898. M.S. (Pathology). 

Born 28 Feb. 1867, at Racine, Wis. 1895, B.S., University of Wis- 
consin. 1898, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Assistant 
Demonstrator in Pathology, Northwestern University Medical School, 1898-99. 
Professor of Pathology, Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
1900-01. Member of Milwaukee and Wisconsin Medical Societies. Articles 
published in the report of Chicago Pathological Society, 1898-99; American 
GyncBcological Journal; Wisconsin State Medical Society Report. 

Residence, 95, 31st St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

*DANA LEWIS GATES. 

1898. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 955.) 

EDWIN ALMIRON GREENLAW. 
1898. A.M. (History). (See No. 958.) 

SAMUEL JAMES PEASE. 
1898. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 977.) 

1427. ALICE GABRIELLE TWIGHT (BRUGNOT). 

1898. Ph.D. (French). Thesis: Women of the French Seventeenth 
Century Classical Theater. 

Bom 17 July 1868, at Marseilles, France. Baccalaureat es Science^, 
University d'Aix, Faculty de Marseille, 1892. Licence es Langues Vivantes, 
Sarbonne, University of Paris, 1893. Instructor at Maison de la Legion 
d'Honneur, 1893-94. Head of French Department of Bryn Mawr School, 
Baltimore, 1895-96; Grant Collegiate Institute, Chicago, 1896-98. Lectures 
in Chicago, 1898-1901. University School for Girls, Chicago, since 1901. 
Contributor to French magazines. 

Address, care of University School for Girls, Chicago, 111. 

1428. ALICE JOSEPHINE BURLING. 

1899. Ph.M. (English Language). 

Born 21 March 1877, at Postville, la. 1897, Ph.B., Upper Iowa 
University. 

Residence, Postville, Iowa. 

JOHN MILTON CHAMBERS. 

1899. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 865.) 

JESSE NEVIN GATES. 
1899. A.M. (Mathematics). (See No. 956.) 



370 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1429. CHARLES HILL. 

1899. Ph.D. (Zoology). Thesis: Primary Segmentation of the Verte- 
brate Brain. 

Born 27 June 1862, at Leland, 111. 1891, B.S., University of Michigan. 
1892, M.S., same. Professor of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, 
Wash., 1892-99. Assistant Professor of Embryology and Histology, North- 
western University Medical School, since 1899. President of Washington 
Academy of Science, 1895-96. Acting ©ean of Department of Pharmacy, 
University of Washington, 1895-97. Contributor to Journal of Morphology, 
Anatomischer Anzeiger, Zoologische Jahrbiicher. 

Address, 2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

ELFRIEDA HOCHBAUM. 
1899. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 1089.) 

WILLIAM EDWARD HOWARD. 
1899. M.S. (Astronomy). (See No. 1090.) 

WALTER CLINTON JONES. 
1899. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 1024.) 

FRANK HARDY LANE. 
1899. Ph.M. (English Literature). (See No. 821.) 

1430. THEODORE LINDQUIST. 

1899. M.S. (Mathematics). 

Born 11 Aug. 1875, at Andover, 111. 1897, A.B., Lombard University. 
Instructor at State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kan. 
Permanent address, 5952 Green St., Chicago, 111. 

FRANCIS JOSEPH ROSS MITCHELL. 
1899. A.M. (Law). (See No. 906.) 

IDA JANE OKEY. 
1899. Ph.M. (Enghsh Literature). (See No. 775.) 

CHARLES SPAULDING WINSLOW. 

1899. A.M. (Greek and Latin). (See No. 1058.) 

PAUL MILFORD ADAMS. 

1900. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 1059.) 



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371 



PAUL GUSTAV ADOLF BUSSE. 
1900. A.M. (German). (See No. 1149.) 

JANE ALICE CHASE. 

1900. M.L. (English Literature). (See No. 1071.) 

HARVEY RUFUS DE BRA. 
1900. A.M. (Social Philosophy). (See No. 1009.) 

1431. ARTHUR JAMES FOLSOM. 

1900. Ph.M. (History). 

Born 1875, at Dunnville, Ontario. 1898, Ph.B., Cornell College. Grad- 
uate work at Northwestern University, 1898-99; Garrett Biblical Institute, 
1899-1900. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 

Residence, Whiting, Ind. 

1432. ETHELWYN FOOTE. 

1900. A.M. (Zoology). 

Born 17 Feb. 1875, at Williamstown, Mass. 1897, A.B., Smith College. 
Graduate work at Northwestern University, 1898-1900. Instructor in Science 
at Ferry Hall Seminary, Lake Forest, 111., Feb. 1899-June 1900. 

Residence, 644 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 



ELIZA PLATT HALL. 
1900. M.S. (English Language). (See No. 1086.) 

1433. CHARLES J. KURTZ. 

1900. A.M. (Bacteriology). 

Born 14 April 1872, at Clarence Center, N. Y. 1894, A.B., Kalamazoo 
College. 1898, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Interne, 
Wesley Hospital, 1899-1901. Instructor in Physiology, Northwestern 
University Medical School. Medical Inspector of Chicago schools, 1900. 

Residence, 4711 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 

MARY KING MAC HARG. 
1900. Ph.M. (French). (See No. 971.) 

GEORGE TAYLOR NESMITH. 
1900. A.M. (Moral and Social Philosophy). (See No. 1111.) 

JAMES EL VON REMINGTON. 
1900. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 1122.) 



372 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

ETHEL MAY SWARTHOUT (FLEMING). 

1900. A.M. (Moral and Social Philosophy^. (See No. 1129.) 

1434. LELIA CLYDE BASSETT. 

1901. A.M. (German). 

Born 19 May 1877, at Greencastle, Ind. 1897, A.B., De Pauw University. 
1901, A.M., Northwestern University. « 
Residence, Thorntown, Ind. 

NELLE LOUISE FLESHIEM (MURRAY). 
1901. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 874.) 

ROY GASTON FLICKINGER.. 
1901. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 1081.) 

SAMUEL DEBENHAM GLOSS. 
1901. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 957.) 

1436. ARTHUR DAY HOWARD. 
Brother of Nos. 544 and 817. 

1901. M.S. (Zoology). 

Bom 30 Dec. 1874, at Glencoe, 111. 1898, B.S., Amherst College. In- 
structor in Boys' School, Englewood, N. J., 1898-99. Fellow in Zoology, 
Northwestern University, [1900-1902. Graduate student. Harvard Univer- 
sity, Thayer scholarship, 1902-03. 

Residence, Glencoe, III. 

WILLIAM JACOB KELLER. 
1901. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 1174.) 

OLA SAMUEL MEDLAR. 
1901. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 1104.) 

1436. WALTER DUDLEY NASH. 

1901. M.L. (Pohtical Economy). 

Born 1877, at Rockford, 111. 1899, B. L., Wheaton College. 

Residence, Rockford, 111. 

LIZZIE BROWNING NOYES. 
1901. M.L. (History). Non-resident. (See No. 553.) 

ANNIE HARRIET PRICE. 
1901. Ph.M. (EngUsh Literature). (See No. 780.) 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 373 

PERCY ERNEST THOMAS. 
1901. Ph.M. (English Language). (See No. 1210.) 

ROBERT EDWARD WILSON. 
1901. Ph.M. (Mathematics). (See No. 1057.) 

CYRUS AMES WRIGHT. 

1901. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 1136). 

1437. THOMAS MAZE ADERHOLD. 

1902. M.S. (Human Physiology). 

Born 24 Sept. 1871, at Atlanta, Ga. 1896, B.S., Washburn College, 
Kan. 1901, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Interne, 
St. Mary's Hospital, Chicago, 1901-02. In Red Cross Company of Surgeons 
in Boer War, 1899-1901. 

Permanent Address, Valley Falls, Kan. 

JOHN CLARK BAKER. 
1902. A.M. (Physics). (See No. 1221). 

1438. MRS. HELEN CLARK BALMER. 
Mother of No. 1322, 

1902. A.M. (English Language). 

Born 1859, at St. Louis, Mo. 1876, A.B., Vassar. Also attendedjNormal 
School, Cincinnati, O. Author of "Bellevue Sketches," 1902. 
Residence, 1327 Hollywood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

CASSIUS M. CLAY BUNTAIN. 
1902. A.M. (Law). (See No. 1069.) 

HERBERT CONRAD HANSEN. 

1902. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 1250.) 

ERNEST BRYANT HOAG. 
1902. A.M. (Pathology). (See No. 661.) 

SUSAN MIXTER KNOX. 
1902. A.M. (EngUsh Literature). (See No. 1261.) 

1439. AUGUSTUS CLAY MINEAR. 
1902. A.M. (Chemistry). 

Bom 1874, at Kilboume, la. 1898, A.B., Iowa Wesleyan University. 
Northwestern University, 1900-02. 
Residence, Kilbourne, la. 



374 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

ELSIE NEIGLICK. 

1902. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 1275.T 

1440. SAMUEL SHAW PARKS. 

1902. A.M.(Law). 

Office, 402 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

ROYAL ARTHUR PORTER. 
1902. M.S. (Physics). (See No. 1284.) 

RUBY ELEANOR RAWLL. 
1902. Ph.M. (History) . (See No. 1287.) 

MARY ELLEN TAYLER. 
1902. M.S. (Botany). (See No. 1209.) 

ARTHUR GUY TERRY. 
1902. Ph.M. (History). (See No. 1303.) 

EFFIE ELLEN THAYER. 
1902. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 1304.) 

MARY EDITH THOMPSON. 
1902. Ph.M. (Latin). (See No. 1211.) 

JOHN WALLACE WELSH. 
1902. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 1310.) 

ABBIE FLORENCE WILLIAMS. 
1902. M.L. (English Language). (See No. 1312.) 

JACKSON STITT WILSON. 
1902. A.M. (Sociology). (See No. 990.) 




Photo by Siiiallwood 



PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND PRESIDENT JAMES 
On steps of Orrington Lunt Library, April 2, 1903 



HOI^ORARY ALUMI^I 

1441. *JOSEPH CUMMINGS. 

1866. LL.D. 

Born 3 March 1817, at Falmouth, Me. 1840, A.B., Wesleyan University 
(Conn.); Phi Beta Kappa; 1843, A.M.; 1854, D.D. 1861, D.D., Harvard. 
Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics, Amenia (N. Y.) Seminary, 
1840-43; principal of same, 1843-46. Joined New England Conference of 
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1846. Pastor at Maiden, Chelsea, and Boston, 
1846-53. Professor of Theology, Concord Biblical Institute, 1853-54. 
President of Genesee College (N. Y.), 1854-57. President of "Wesleyan 
University, 1857-75. Professor of Mental Philosophy and Political Economy, 
Wesleyan, 1875-77. Pastor at Maiden, Mass., 1877-79; at Cambridge, 
1880-81. President Northwestern University 1881-90. Vice-President 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1886. 

Died 7 May 1890, at Evanston, 111. 

1442. *RANDOLPH SINKS FOSTER. 

1866. LL.D. 

Born 22 Feb. 1820, at Williamsburg, O. Attended Augusta (Ky.) College. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Kentucky, Ohio, and New York Con- 
ferences. President Northwestern University, 1857-60. Professor Sys- 
tematic Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1868-69; 
President same, 1869-72. Since 1872, Bishop Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Author of " Objections to Calvinism, " " Christian Purity, " " Centenary 
Thoughts," " Beyond the Grave," " Studies in Theology," " Philosophy of 
Christian Experience," " Union of Episcopal Methodism." 

Died 1 May 1903, at Newton Center, Mass. 

1443. *GEORGE S. HARE. 

1866. D.D. 

Born 21 Nov. 1824, at S. Egremont, Mass. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal, in New England, Newark and New York Conferences. Delegate 
to General Conferences of 1880, 1884, and 1888. 

Died 9 Jan. 1889, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

1444. *GEORGE WORTHY QUEREAU. 
Father of Nos. 268 and 520. 
1866. D.D. 

Born 9 June 1827, at Stanford, N. Y. 1849, A.B., Wesleyan University. 
Taught in Providence Conference Seminary, E. Greenwich, R. I., 1849 and 
1852-53; principal of same, 1854-58. Attended Auburn (N. Y.) Theological 

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376 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Seminary, 1851. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Providence Conference, 
1857-59; transferred to Rock River Conference. Principal of Jennings Sem- 
inary, Aurora, 111., 1858-73. Manager silvar plate factory, Aurora, 111., 
1878-87. 

Died 11 April 1900, at Aurora 111. 

1446. *NATHAN SHEPPARD. 

1866. A.M. 

Bom at Baltimore, Md., 1834. Graduated from Attleborough College, 
1854, and Rochester Theological Seminary, 1859. Special correspondent 
for New York and Chicago papers during Civil War and Franco-Prussian 
War. Lecturer in University of Chicago, 1873-77. Similar appointment 
at Allegheny College, 1877. Settled in Saratoga Springs, 1884. Spent four 
years in Europe. 

Died 24 Jan. 1888, in New York City. 

1446. GEORGE McKENDREE STEELE. 

1866. D.D. 

Bom 13 April 1823, at Strafford, Vt. 1850, A.B., Wesleyan. 1853, A.M., 
same. 1879, LL.D., Lawrence. Teacher at Wilbraham, Mass., 1853. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; pastorate^ in Massachusetts, 1853-64. 
President of Lawrence University, 1865-79. Principal of Wesleyan Academy, 
Wilbraham, Mass., 1879-92. Instructor in Lasell Seminary, Auburndale, 
Mass., 1893-95. Superannuate, Chicago, 1897-1901 ; Kenilworth, 111., since 
1901. Member State Board of Visitors, United States Naval Academy, 
1871. Commissioner from Wisconsin to World's Exposition, Vienna, 1873. 
Member of Wisconsin Academy of Art, Science and Literature, and of Ameri- 
can Economic Association. Author of "Infant Baptism," 1859; "Outlines 
of PoHtical Economy," 1886; " OutUnes of Bible Study," 1887; " Rudimentary 
Psychology," 1888; "Rudimentary Economics," 1890; "Rudimentary 
Ethics," 1891; "Character and Conduct"; "Talks to Young People," 1899. 
Contributor to the Christian Examiner, Freewill Baptist Quarterly, North 
American Review, Methodist Quarterly, Boston Review, etc. 

Residence, Kenilworth, 111. 

1447. *JAMES STEWART JEWELL. 
Father of No. 1255. 

1868. A.M. 

1886. LL.D. 

Born 8 Sept. 1837, at Elizabeth, lU. 1860, M.D., Chicago Medical College. 
Physician, Chicago and Evanston. Contract Surgeon, United States Army, 
1862-63. Professor of Anatomy, Chicago Medical College, 1861-69; of 
Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1870-82; Professor Emeritus of same till 
death. Editor of Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1874-82. Editor 
of Neurological Review, 1886-87. Contributor to the Methodist Quarterly 
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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 377 

Review. Member of Chicago Academy of Sciences. At one time president of 
American Medical Association. 

Died 18 April 1887, at Evanston, 111. 

1448. *HOOPER CREWS. 
1870. D.D. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Trustee of 
Northwestern University, appointed by the Conference, 1856-70. 
Died 21 Dec. 1880, at Oregon, 111. 

1449. *FRANCIS DANA HEMENWAY. 

Father of No. 282. 

1870. D.D. 

Born 10 Nov. 1830, at Chelsea, Vt. Attended Newbury Seminary, Vt. 
Graduated from Concord Theological School, 1853. 1859^ A.M. (hon.), 
Ohio Wesleyan University. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, at Montpelier, 
Vt., Kalamazoo, Mich., and Chicago, 111. Taught at Newbury, Vt., 1853-55. 
Professor in Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1864-84. Author of 
" Commentary on Jeremiah and Lamentations," Whedon series, and " Studies 
in Hymnology." 

Died 19 April 1884, at Evanston, 111. 

1450. JAMES M. JAMESON. 
1870. D.D. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Central Ohio Conference. Super- 
annuated. 

1451. OLIN FISK MATTISON. 
Father of Nos. 620, 824, 1028, and 1186. 
1870. A.M. 

Born 28 Dec. 1841, at Macon, Ga. Attended Seminary at Mt. Morris, 
111. Taught at Illinois Soldiers' College, 1868-71. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal, at Prophetstown, De Kalb, Rochelle, Polo, Dixon, Freeport, 
Joliet, Wheaton, Aurora and Evanston, 111. 
Residence, 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1452. *LYMAN TRUMBULL. 

1870. LL.D. 
Born 12 Oct. 1813, at Colchester, Conn. Educated at Bacon Academy. 

Taught in Georgia. Practiced law in Illinois. Member of State Legislature, 
1840. Secretary of State, 1841. Justice of Illinois Supreme Court, 1848. 
United States Senator, 1855-73. Professor of International and Constitutional 
Law in Union College of Law, Chicago, 111., 1874-76. 
Died 25 June 1896, in Chicago. 

1453. C. H. BUCKS. 

1871. A.M. 



378 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1464. NATHAN SMITH DAVIS. 
Father of No. 301. 

1871. A.M. 

1897. LL.D. 

Born 9 Jan. 1817, at Greene, N. Y. 1837, M.D., College Physicians and 
Surgeons, Fairfield, N, Y. 1870, LL.D., Illinois Wesleyan University. 
Physician in New York State, 1837-49; since 1849 at Chicago. Lecturer, 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1848. Professor, Rush 
Medical College, Chicago, 1849-59. Oim of the founders of Chicago Medical 
College (now Medical School of Northwestern University). Professor in 
same thirty years, and Dean of Faculty until 1898. Professor of Medical 
Jurisprudence, in Union College of Law. Founder of Mercy Hospital. 
President of International Medical Congress, 1887. Trustee of Northwestern 
University since 1876. Member of Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago 
Historical Society, Illinois State Microscopical Society. Honorary member of 
British Medical Association. Member of Americaii Medical Association, 
Illinois State Medical Society, Chicago Medical Society, and Medico-Legal 
Societies of Chicago and of New York. Author of " Principles and Practice of 
Medicine," "Medical Education and Reform," "Verdict of Science Concern- 
ing the Effects of Alcohol on Man," etc. Has written numerous articles for 
The Annalist, New York, Chicago Medical Journal, Chicago Medical Examiner, 
Journal of American Medical Association, Northwestern Medical and Surgical 
Journal, American Medical Temperance Journal, Chicago Record-Herald, etc. 

Residence, 291 Huron St., Chicago, 111.; office, 65 Randolph St. 

1455. *PHILIP HENRY SHERIDAN. 

1871. LL.D. 

Born 6 March 1831, at Albany, N. Y. Graduated at West Point, 1853. 
Captain at outbreak of Civil War; Quartermaster, 1861; Colonel of Cavalry 
(May), and Brigadier-General of Volunteers (July), 1862; appointed Major- 
General of Volunteers, 31 Dec. 1862; at Chickamauga, 1863; commanded 
important assault at battle of Missionary Ridge, 1863; commander of cavalry 
corps of Army of Potomac, April, 1864; conducted successful campaign in 
Shenandoah Valley, 1864; appointed Brigadier-General in regular army, 
and later Major-General; conducted successful raid from Petersburg to Win- 
chester, and had leading part in pursuit to Appomattox Court House. Com- 
mander of Military Division of Gulf, 1865-67; commander Department of 
Mo., 1867; Lieutenant-General, 1869; visited Europe, 1870; General-in-Chief, 
1883. Author of " Personal Memoirs," 1888. 

Died 5 Aug. 1888, at Nonquitt, Mass. 

1456. WILLIAM WOOD STAMP. 

1871. D.D. 
English clergyman. 

1457. WILLIAM CLAY. 

1872. A.M. 

Residence, Holly Springs, Miss. 




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1458. EDGAR T. PAUL. 
1872. KM.adeuTidem. 



1459. *ARTHUR EDWARDS. 
Father of No. 504. 

1873. D.D. 
Bom 23 Nov. 1834, at Norwalk, O. 1858, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University. 

1896, LL.D., University of Denver. Clergyman, Methodist EpiscopaL 
For many years trustee of Northwestern University, from Detroit Conference. 
Chaplain of First Michigan Infantry through the Civil War. Assistant 
editor Northwestern Christian Advocate ,1SM-12; editor same, 1872-1901. 
Member of Illinois State Historical Society, and Military Order of Loyal 
Legion. 

Died 20 March 1901, at Chicago, 111. 

1460. *ANDREW J. JUTKINS. 

1874. D.D. 

Born 7 Jan 1829, in Washington Co., New York. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Elder in Troy Conference, 1854-67. Transferred to Rock River 
Conference. Presiding elder of Chicago district, 1873-77. Pastor at 
Batavia, Aurora, Kankakee, Ravenswood and Lake Bluff. Transferred to 
Kentucky Conference. Stationed at Lexington three years. Returned to 
Rock River Conference. Superannuated, 1892. Moved to Los Angeles, 
Cal., 1893. 

Died 2 March 1901. 

1461. *GEORGE CLEMENT NOYES. 

1875. D.D. 

Born at Landaff, N. H. Studied at Jacksonville, 111., and Union Theologi- 
cal Seminary. Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor at LaPorte, Ind., ten 
years; at Evanston, 111., twenty years. Member of Board of Education, 
LaPorte and Evanston. 

Died 1890, at Evanston, 111. 

1462. *GEORGE PRENTICE. 

1875. LL.D. 

Born 15 Dec. 1834, at Grafton, Mass. Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, 
Mass. 1865, A.M. (hon.), Wesleyan University. University of Halle, Ger- 
many, 1868-69. Member of New England Conference since 1857. Professor 
of Rhetoric and English Literature, Wesleyan University, 1871. Professor 
of Modern Languages, same, twenty years. Contributor to numerous 
magazines. Author of biography of Bishop Haven and of Wilbur Fisk. 

Died 10 Oct. 1893, at Pasadena, Cal. 

1463. JOHN WALTON. 
1875. A.M. 
English clergyman. 



380 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1464. HENRY WILKINSON WILLIAMS. 

1875. D.D. 

English clergyman. 

1465. MATTHEW ANDREWS. 

1876. A.M. 

1466. THOMAS JONATHAN BURRILL. 

1876. A.M. • 

1893. LL.D. 

Bom 25 April 1839, at Pittsfield, Mass. 1865, Illinois State Normal 
School. Professor Botany and Horticulture, University of Illinois, since 
1868; Dean Department of Natural Science, 1877-84. Vice-President of 
University of Illinois since 1882. Fellow American Society Microscopists. 
Author of about two hundred articles in educational,, botanical and horti- 
cultural reports, magazines, etc. 

Residence, 1007 Green St., Urbana, 111. 

1467. LEANDER STONE. 
1876. A.M. 

1468. JOHN MONROE VAN VLECK. 

1876. LL.D. 

Born 4 March 1833, at Stone Ridge, N. Y. 1850, A.B., Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. 1900, LL.D., Wesleyan. Teacher, Greenwich Academy, R. I., 
1850. Assistant, Nautical Almanac Office, Cambridge, Mass., 1851-53. 
Adjunct Professor, Mathematics, Wesleyan University, 1853-57. Professor, 
Mathematics and Astronomy, since 1858. Vice-President since 1890. Acting 
President of Wesleyan University, 1872-73, 1887-89, 1896-97. Member 
of United States Solar Eclipse Expedition at Mt. Pleasant, la., 1869. Member 
of Methodist Educational Conferences at London, 1881, Washington, 1891, 
and London, 1901. Fellow, Astronomical and Astrophysical Society 
of America; member of American Mathematical Society, Astronomische 
Gesellschaft, Connecticut Academy of Science. Prepared astronomical tables 
in " American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac," 1855-96. 

Address, Middle town. Conn. 

1469. *JAMES W. MILNER. 

1877. Ph.D. 

Attended Northwestern University, 1860-61. Served three years in 
Civil War. First Assistant Commissioner of United States Fish Commission. 
Died 6 Jan. 1880. 

1470. GEORGE RUTLEDGE PALMER. 
1877. A.M. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Central Illinois Conference. Super- 
annuated, 1901. 

Residence, Onarga, 111. 



1877. A.M. 

1878. A.M. 
Physician. 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 381 

1471. GEORGE JOHN STEVENSON. 
1472. GEORGE WEST BEGGS. 



1473. HORACE GRAY LUNT. 
Brother of No. 100. 

1878. A.M. 

Born 13 Aug. 1847, at Chicago, 111. Prepared at Farmington, Me., Caze- 
novia, N. Y., and in Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. Studied law and 
practiced for some years in Chicago. Judge, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Residence, 431 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

1474. JAMES CLEMENT AMBROSE. 

1879. A.M. 

HENRY SHERMAN BOUTELL. 
1879. A.M. ad eundem. (See No. 127.) 

1475. MARSHALL DAVIS EWELL. 

1879. A.M. 

Born 18 Aug. 1844, at Oxford, Mich. 1868, LL.B., University of Michigan. 
1884, M.D., Chicago Medical College. 1879, LL.D., University of Michigan. 
M.Pd., Michigan State Normal School. Practiced law, 1868-74; legal 
author and instructor in law since. Dean of Chicago-Kent College of 
Law, and expert on disputed handwriting. Author of " Ewell's Leading 
Cases," "Ewell on Fixtures," "Ewell's Medical Jurisprudence," "Ewell's 
Essentials of Law," three vols., and of numerous pamphlets in the American 
Law Register and other law journals. 

Residence, 747 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 618, 59 Clark St., 
Chicago. 

1476. *H. M. LANEY. 
1879. A.M. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Nebraska Conference. 
Died in 1894. 

1477. ROBERT DICKINSON SHEPPARD. 
Father of No. 1204. 

1879. A.M. 

Bom 23 July 1847, near Chicago, 111. 1869, A.B., Chicago University. 1870, 
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor 
at Chicago, Rockford, and Aurora, 111. Studied in Leipzig, Germany. Pro- 
fessor of Political Economy and History at Northwestern University, 1886-87. 
Since 1887 Professor of English and American History, and treasurer and 
business agent of Northwestern University. President of Board of Directors 
of Wesley Hospital, Chicago ; trustee of Garrett Biblical Institute ; same. 
Northwestern University, since 1898. 

Residence. 225 Greenwood Boulevard, Evanston, 111. 



382 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1478. C. C. STRATTON. 
1879. D.D. • 

President of the University of the Pacific, 1879. 
Address, 500, 125 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

1479. WESLEY G. WATERS. 

1879. D.D. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; O^o Conference; presiding elder of 
Toledo District. 

Residence, Toledo, Ohio. 

1480. *GRANT GOODRICH. 

1880. LL.D. 

Born 7 Aug. 1811, in New York. Lawyer in Chicago, 1834-89. Judge of 
Superior Court, 1859-64. Active member of Union Defense Committee. 
Alderman of Chicago one term. Trustee of Rush Medical College, from its 
foundation. One of the founders of Northwestern LTniversity, and trustee 
of same thirty-eight years. 

Died 15 March 1889. 

EMILY FRANCES WHEELER. 

1880. A.M. (See No. 182.) 

1481. *DAVID HILTON WHEELER. 

1881. LL.D. 

Bom 18 Nov. 1829, at Ithaca, N. Y. Attended Rock River Conference 
Seminary. Professor of Greek in Cornell College. United States Consul 
at Genoa, Italy, 1861-66. Professor of English Literature and History 
at Northwestern University, 1867-75. Acting President of Northwestern 
University, 1867-69. Editor of the Methodist, 1875-83. President of 
Allegheny College, 1883-92. Wrote many articles for newspapers, reviews, 
and periodicals. Author of " Brigandage in South Italy," " By-ways of 
Literature," " Our Industrial Utopia," and " British and American Literature." 

Died 18 June 1902, at Meadville, Pa. 

1482. *JOHN WESLEY BEACH. 

1882. LL.D. 

Born 26 Dec. 1825, at Trumbull, Conn. 1845, A.B., Wesleyan University. 
Taught and studied in Philadelphia, 1845-49. Principal of Amenia Seminary 
(N. Y.), 1851-54. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 1850-80. President 
of Wesleyan University, 1880-87. Presiding elder New York and New 
Haven Districts in New York East Conference. 

Died 1 Jan. 1902, at MiddletowTi, Conn. 

1483. JOHN KER. 

1882. D.D. 
Clergyman in Ireland. 




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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 383 



1484. *WILLIAM FREDERICK POOLE. 

1882. LL.D. 

Bom 21 Dec. 1821, at Salem, Mass. 1849, A.B., Yale; A.M., same. 
Librarian, Boston Athenaeum, Cincinnati Public Library, Chicago Pubhc 
Library, and Newberry Library of Chicago. President of Chicago Literary 
Club; of the American Library Association, 1886-88; of the American His- 
torical Association. Author of "Index to Periodical Literature," "Cotton 
Mather and Salem Witchcraft," and " Ordinance of 1787." 

Died 1 March 1894, at Evanston, 111. 

1485. JAMES HENRY POTTS. 

1882. A.M. 

Born 12 June 1848, at Woodhouse, Ont. D.D., Albion College. Fourteen 
months' service in Sixth Michigan Volunteer Cavalry. Editor Michigan 
Christian Advocate, Detroit. Author of " Methodism in the Field," " Spiritual 
Life," "What to Believe and Why," "The Lord's Day, our Sabbath," " Per- 
rin's Principles of Church Government," etc. 

Residence, Highland Park, Mich. 

FRANK MILTON BRISTOL. 

1883. A.M. 

1888. D.D. (See No. 218.) 

1486. HOWARD GRAVES GREY. 

Brother of No. 881. 

1883. Ph.B. 

Born 2 Dec. 1856, in Chicago, 111. Student at Northwestern University, 
1873-76; at Polytecknische Schule, Stuttgart, Germany, and at College of 
Lusanne, Lusanne, Switzerland. Manufacturer in Chicago, 1878-89. Evans- 
ton alderman, one term. Member of High School Board, fifteen years. 
Trustee of University of Chicago since 1900. 

Residence, 329 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 



1487. *HOSMER ALLEN JOHNSON. 



1883. LL.D. 

M.D. A.M. Professor of Diseases of Respiratory and Circulatory 
Organs, Northwestern University, 1869-74; of Clinical Medicine, and Secre- 
tary of Medical Faculty, same, 1874-77; of Principles and Practice of Medi- 
cine and Clinical Medicine, same, 1877-80; Emeritus Professor, 1880-91. 

Deceased. 

1488. *CHARLES RAYMOND. 
Father of No. 481 and Brother of No. 1492. 

1883. A.M. 

Born at Rensselaerville, N. Y. Prepared at Wilbraham Academy. 
Attended Wesleyan University. Conducted private schools at Natchez, 



384 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Miss., and Gloucester, Mass. Superintendent of Public Schools at Evans- 
ton, 111., 1869-74. Principal of Princeton (111.) High School, 1874-78. 
Employed in County Treasurer's office, Chicago. 
Died 30 April 1903, at Evanston, 111. 

1489. CHARLES C. SNYDER. 

1883. A.M. 

1490. RALPH NELSON ISHAM. 

1884. A.M. 

Physician. Professor Emeritus of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, North- 
western University Medical School. 

Residence, 321 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

1491. BRADFORD PAUL RAYMOND. 

1884. D.D. 

Born 22 April 1846, at Stamford, Conn. Attended Hamline University 
(Minn.). 1870, A.B., Lawrence University (Wis.). 1873, B.D., Boston 
University. 1881, Ph.D., same. 1889, LL.D., Lawrence University 
(Wis.) Enlisted as a private in Forty-eighth New York Infantry, 1864; 
discharged at close of war as Corporal. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. 
Pastor in New England Southern Conference, 1874-83. In Leipzig and Got- 
tingen, 1880-81. President of Lawrence University, 1883-89; since then, 
President of Wesleyan University (Conn.). Author of ''Christianity and 
the Christ," 1894. 

Residence, Middletown, Conn. 

1492. *MINER RAYMOND. 
Brother of No. 1488, Father of Nos. 56, 80 and 104, and Grandfather 

OF No. 557. 

1884. LL.D. 

Bom 29 Aug. 1811, in New York City. Graduated from Wesleyan 
Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1831. Became instructor in same. Joined 
New England Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church. Pastor at Wor- 
cester, Boston, and Westfield. Became Principal of the Wesleyan Academy. 
Professor of Systematic Theology in Garrett Biblical Institute, 1864-97. 

Died 25 Nov. 1897, at Evanston, III. 

*JAMES WILLIAM HANEY. 
1886. D.D. (See No. 14.) 

1493. STEPHEN MASON MERRILL. 

1886. LL.D. 

Born 16 Sept. 1825, in Jefferson Co., O. 1868, D.D., Ohio Wesleyan 
University. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Ohio Conference, 1846-68. 
Editor Western Christian Advocate, 1868-72; since, Methodist Episcopal 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 385 

Bishop. Author of '' Christian Baptism/' " The Second Coming of Christ," 
^'Aspects of Christian Experience," "Digest of Methodist Law," "Outline 
Thoughts on Prohibition," " Mary of Nazareth and Her Family," " Union of 
American Methodism," and " Crisis of this World." 
Address, 57 Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

1494. *JOHN EUGENE DA VIES. 

1887. LL.D. 

A.M. M.D. Professor of Natural History and Chemistry, University 
of Wisconsin, 1868-74; of Astronomy and Physics, 1874-78; of Physics, 
1878-91 ; of Electricity and Mathematical Physics, 1891-1900. 

Deceased. 

1496. ALBERT ERICSON. 

1887. A.M. 

1900. D.D. 

President of the Swedish Theological Seminary at Evanston, 111. 

Residence, 2118 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1496. EDWARD DWIGHT EATON. 

1887. D.D. 

Born 21 Jan. 1851, at Lancaster, Wis. 1872, A.B., Beloit College. 
1875, A.M., same. 1875, B.D., Yale Theological School. 1899, D.D., 
Yale University. 1887, LL.D., Wisconsin University. Studied at 
Leipzig and Heidelberg. Clergyman, Congregational. Pastor at Oak Park, 
111., 1879-86. President Beloit College, 1886-1901. Pastor at Milford, 

Wis., 1901 . Delegate, sent in 1898 by American Board of Commissioners 

for Foreign Missions to inspect the Chinese Missions. 

Residence, Milford, Wis. 

1497. *MRS. MARY ELIZABETH HAYES JONES. 

Mother of No. 369. 
1887. A.M. 

Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 1849-51. Lady principal Northwestern Female 
College, 1856-62 and 1868-71. One year secretary to Frances Willard. 
Deceased. 

1498. SYLVESTER F. JONES. 
1887. D.D. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Supernumerary, New York Con- 
ference. 

Residence, 101 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass. 

ELI McCLISH. 
1887. D.D. (See No. 140.) 



386 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1499. CHARLES MACAULAY STUART. 

1887. A.M. ad eundem. . 

Born 20 Aug. 1853, at Glasgow, Scotland. 1880, B.D., Garrett Biblical 
Institute; D.D., same; A.M., Kalamazoo College. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal. Associate Editor Michigan Christian Advocate, 1885-86. Assistant 
Editor, Northwestern Christian Advocate, 1886-96. Professor of Sacred 
Rhetoric, Garrett Biblical Institute, since 1896. Member American Society 
of Church History. Author of *' Descriotive Text of Photogravures of the 
Holy Land," 1890; " Life and Selected Writings of Francis Dana Hemenway " 
(with C. F. Bradley and A. W. Patten), 1890; "Gospel Singers and their 
Songs" (mth F. D. Hemenway), 1891; "Vision of Christ in the Poets," 
1896; " Story of the Masterpieces," 1897. 

Residence, 726 Emerson St., Evanston, 111. 

1600. EDWARD HUTCHINS WEBSTER. 

1887. A.M. 

Northwestern University, 1868-70. M.D., Chicago Medical College. 
Physician in Evanston. 

Residence, 1332 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1501. MRS. ELIZABETH W. ANDREW. 

1888. A.M. 

Residence, 679^Sixteenth St., Oakland, Cal. 

1602. MELVILLE WESTON FULLER. 

1888. LL.D. 

Bom 11 Feb. 1833, at Augusta, Me. 1853, A.M., Bowdoin College. At- 
tended Harvard Law School. 1888, LL.D., Bowdoin. 1890, LL.D., Harvard. 
Lawyer at Augusta, Me., 1855. Practiced law in Chicago, 1856-88. Member 
Illinois State Constitutional Convention, 1862; Illinois Legislature, 1863-65. 
Delegate to Democratic National Conventions, 1864, 1872, 1876, 1880; 
since 1888, Chief Justice of United States. 

Residence, 1801 F St., Washington, D. C. 

HORACE NELSON HERRICK. 

1889. A.M. (See No. 340.) 

1603. WILLIAM HENRY HOLMES. 
Father of No. 1359. 
1889. A.M. 

Born 15 Marchll844, at Danville, Vt. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti- 
tute. 1900, D.D., American University of Harriman. Clergyman, Methodist 
Episcopal, at Chicago, Joliet, and Evanston, 111. Presiding Elder of Joliet 
District since 1897. Author of "The Scientific Basis of Patriotism," printed 



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in American Statesman Magazine. Private Sixth Vermont Infantry, Com- 
pany E; Sixth Corps, Army of the Potomac, 1862-64. In battles of Freder- 
icksburg, Salem Heights, Franklin's Crossing, and Gettysburg. 
Residence, 823 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1604. OLIVER HARVEY HORTON. 

1889. LL.D. 

Born 20 Oct. 1835, at Machias, N. Y. B. L., Northwestern Law School. 
1861, State MiHtia. In Chicago since 1855; Corporation Counsel, 1887. 
Judge Circuit Court since 1887. Served three years as Justice of Appellate 
Court, First District, 111. Twice delegate to the General Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Delegate to Ecumenical Conference, London, 
England. Trustee of Northwestern University since 1876. 

Residence, 2615 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WINFIELD SCOTT MATTHEW. * 

1889. D.D. (See No. 204.) 

1605. JAMES WHITFORD BASHFORD. 

1890. D.D. 

Born 27 May 1849, at Fayette, Wis. 1873, A.B., University of Wisconsin. 
1876, A.M., same. 1876, B.D., Boston University Theological School. 
1881, Ph.D., same. Tutor in Greek, University of Wisconsin, 1874. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates at Boston, Mass., Portland, 
Me., and Buffalo, N. Y. Since 1889 President of Ohio Wesleyan University. 
Author of " Science of Religion," etc. 

Residence, Delaware, Ohio. 

1606. FRANK BILLINGS. 

1890. M.S. 

M.D. Northwestern Medical School, 1881. Physician at Cook County, 
Presbyterian, and St. Luke's Hospitals. Dean and Professor of Medicine 
at Rush Medical College. Member of Chicago Medico-Legal Society, Illinois 
State Medical Society, American Medical Association and Association Ameri- 
can Physicians. 

Address, Rush Medical College,. W. Harrison St., Chicago, 111. 

1607. WILMOT WHITFIELD. 

1890. D.D. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Puget Sound Conference. Superin- 
tendent of Alaska Mission and pastor at Skagway since 1902. 
Residence, Skagway, Alaska. 

1608. HENRY WILLIAMS BLODGETT. 

1891. LL.D. 

Bom 21 July 1821, at Amherst, Mass. Attended Amherst Academy. 
1844, admitted to bar. Practicing in Waukegan, 111., since 1845. Mem- 



388 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

ber of Illinois Legislature, 1852. State Senator, 1858-62. United States 
District Judge for Northern District, Illinois, 1869-93; resigned, to become 
Counsel for the United States in the Bering Sea controversy. 
Residence, Waukegan, 111. 

1509. NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS. 

1892. D.D. 

Bom 2 Sept. 1858, at Magnolia, la. Attended Iowa College, Lake Forest 
University, and McCormick Theological, Seminary. Clergyman, Presby- 
terian, at Peoria, 111., 1887-90; at Evanston, 1890-94; Central Church, Chicago 
(independent), 1894-99; since 1899 pastor Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Author of ''The Investment of Influence," ''A Man's Value to Society," 
" How the Inner Light Failed," " Foretokens of Immortality," " Great Books 
as Life Teachers," " Influence of Christ in Modern Life." 

Address, Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1610. *WILLIAM XAVIER NINDE. 

1892. LL.D. 

Bom 21 June 1832, at Courtlandville, N. Y. 1855, A.B., Wesleyan 
University. 1872, D.D., same. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor 
in New York State, 1855-60; Cincinnati, O., 1860-70; Detroit, 1870-73. 
Professor, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1873-76. Pastor at Detroit, 1876-79. 
President of Garrett BibUcal Institute, 1879-84. Bishop, 1884-1901. 

Died 2 Jan. 1901, at Detroit, Mich. 

1511. *WALTER QUINTIN GRESHAM. 

1892. LL.D. 

Bom 17 March 1832, at Lanesville, Ind. Indiana State University one 
year. Enlisted 1861 as private in Thirty-eighth Indiana Infantry; elected 
Lieutenant - Colonel ; fought in battle of Shiloh; commissioned Colonel of 
Fifty-third Indiana Infantry for bravery at Corinth and Vicksburg ; promoted 
to Brigadier-General of Volunteers, 1863; disabled at Leggett's Hill; for 
services in the Atlanta campaign, brevetted Major-General of Volunteers. 
Lawyer since 1853. After war resumed practice at New Albany, Ind. 
United States District Judge for Indiana; appointed Postmaster-General; 
transferred to Treasury Department, 1884; held office few months, resigning 
to accept appointment as United States Judge for the Seventh Judicial 
District. Republican candidate for presidential nomination, 1884 and 1888. 
Secretary of State, 1893 until death. 

Died 28 May 1895, at Washington, D. C. 

WILLIAM HENRY CRAWFORD. 

1893. D.D. (See No. 409.) 

1512. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 
1893. LL.D. 

Bom 27 Oct. 1858, in New York City. 1880, A.B., Harvard. 1899, 
LL.D., Columbia University; 1901, Hope College; 1903, University of 



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389 



Chicago. Member of New York Legislature, 1882-84. Candidate for 
Mayor of New York, 1886. National Civil Service Commissioner, 1889-95. 
President New York Police Board, 1895-97. Assistant Secretary of Navy, 
1897-98; resigned to organize, with Gen. Leonard Wood, First United States 
Cavalry Volunteers; became Lieutenant-Colonel; promoted to Colonel for 
gallantry at battle of Las Guasimas, Nov. 1898. Governor of New York, 
1899-1900, Republican. Vice-President United States, 4 March to 14 Sept. 
1901; since. President of United States. Author of "Winning of the West," 
'' Life of Gouverneur Morris," " Life of Thomas Hart Benton," " Naval 
War of 1812," " History of New York," "American Ideals, and Other Essays," 
" Hunting Trips of a Ranchman," '' Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail," 
" Rough Riders," 1899, '' Life of Cromwell," 1900, " The Strenuous Life," 
1900. 

Residence, Washington, D. C. 

1613. THOMAS PHILIP FRANKLIN CRANDON. 

Father of Nos. 385 and 408. 

1894. A.M. 

Educated at Madison, Wis. Clerk of the County Court of Kane Co., 111. 
Member of the Village Councils of Batavia and Evanston, 111. Member of the 
School Board of District No. 75, Evanston, 111. Trustee of Northwestern 
L^niversity. Tax Commissioner of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. 

Residence, 1414 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 

1514. CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY. 

1894. LL.D. 

Born 1 Sept. 1849, at Kosciusko, Miss. 1868, A.B., University of Missis- 
sippi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates in Mississippi. Editor 
New Orleans Christian Advocate, 1882-86. Since 1886, Bishop of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Delegate to Ecumenical Methodist 
Conference, Washington, 1891. Visited Missions in China and Japan, 
1894 ; in Brazil, 1897. Author of " Life of Bishop Linus Parker," " Hand- 
book of Prohibition," "Methodism, a Child of Providence," "A Circuit 
of the Globe," "Modern Missions," "Christianity and the American Com- 
monwealth." 

Address, Jackson, Miss. 



EDWIN CAMP ARNOLD. 

1895. D.D. (See No. 110.) 



1615. DANIEL HUDSON BURNHAM. 

1895. Sc.D. 

Born 4 Sept. 1846, at Henderson, N. Y. Educated in Chicago High 
Schools. 1893, A.M., Yale and Harvard. Architect, Chicago. Post- 
President, Western Association of Architects. Member American Institute 
of Architects. Architect-in-Chief and Director of Works, World's Columbian 



390 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Exposition, 1893. Chairman of Commission to plan parks, etc., for District 
of Columbia. 

Residence, Dempster St., Evanston, 111. Office, 1142 Rookery Building, 
Chicago, 111. 

1616. HARVEY BOSTWICK KURD. 

1895. LL.D. 

Born 14 Feb. 1828, at Huntington, Conn. Jubilee College, Peoria, 111., 
1844-45. Lawyer in Chicago since 1848. « Professor in Chicago Law School, 
now Northwestern University Law School, since 1862. First President, 
Village of Evanston. Secretary National Kansas Committee, which con- 
ducted Kansas war on part of the North, 1856-58. Official Reviser of 
General Statutes of Illinois ; edited State edition of the same, 1874. Origina- 
tor of Chicago drainage canal scheme. Author of Torrens Act, of Illinois, 
for registration of land titles; also of Juvenile Court Act of Illinois, April 
1899. 

Residence, 1572 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 99 Randolph St., 
Chicago. 111. 

1517. WILLIAM HENRY JORDAN. 

1895. A.M. 

Bom 16 Oct. 1857. at Leicester, Mass. Attended Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1877-81. 1882, Ph.B., Simpson College. 1885, Ph.M. 1896, D.D., 
Cornell College. Professor Natural History, Simpson College, 1882-85. 
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Milbank, S. D., 1885-89. Pre- 
siding elder at Sioux Falls, 1889-95. Pastor at Sioux Falls since 1895. 
State Regent of Education, 1892-96. General Second Vice-President of 
Epworth League since 1900. Delegate to General Conference of Methodist 
Episcopal Church, 1896 and 1900; to the Ecumenical Conference, London, 
1901. Author of pamphlet, "Our Brother by the Wayside." 

Residence, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 

1618. ADLAI EWING STEVENSON. 

1895. LL.D. 

Born 23 Oct. 1835, in Christian Co., Ky. Educated at Center College, 
Danville, Ky. Admitted to the bar, 1857. Master in Chancery, 1860-64. 
Member of Congress, 1875-77. Delegate to the National Democratic Con- 
vention, 1884 and 1892. First Assistant Postmaster-General, 1885-89. 
Vice-President of United States, 1893-97. Member of Commission to 
Europe to secure International Bimetallism, 1897. Democratic nominee 
for Vice-President of United States, 1900. 

Residence, Bloomington, 111. 

1619. MILTON SPENSER TERRY. 
Father of Nos. 634 and 1303. 
1895. LL.D. 

Born 22 Feb. 1840, at Coeymans, N. Y. Studied at Yale Divinity School, 
and Berlin, Germany. 1870, A.M., honorary, Wesleyan University. 1880, 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 391 

D.D., same. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates in New York 
State, 1863-84. Professor in Garrett Biblical Institute since 1885. Member 
of American Oriental Society; Victoria Institute, London; Society of Bib- 
lical Literature. Author of " Commentary on the Old Testament," Vol. 
III., 1873; " Commentary on the Old Testament," Vol. IV., 1875 (Whedon 
series); "Biblical Hermeneutics," 1883; "Commentary on Old Testament," 
Vol. I., 1889; "The Sibylline Oracles," 1890; "The Prophecies of Daniel 
Expounded," 1893; "The Song of Songs," 1893; "Rambles in the Old 
World," 1894; "The New Apologetic," 1897; "Biblical Apocalyptics," 1898; 
"Moses and the Prophets," 1902; all published by the Methodist Book 
Concern. 

Residence, 1812 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

DE LOSS MONROE TOMPKINS. 

1895. D.D. (See No. 244.) 

1620. MELVILLE MADISON BIGELOW. 

1896. LL.D. 

Born 2 Aug. 1846, at Eaton Rapids, Mich. 1866, University of Michigan. 
1879, Ph. D., Harvard. Lawyer in Boston. Professor of Law, Boston 
University. Author of "The Law of Estoppel," 1872-90 (Little, Brown 
& Company); "Leading Cases in the Law of Torts," 1875; "The Law of 
Fraud on its Civil Side," 1888-90; "The Law of Bills, Notes and Cheques," 
1893-1900; "The Law of Wills," 1898 (Little, Brown & Company). 

Residence, 200 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 

1521. JAMES ROSCOE DAY. 

1896. LL.D. 

Born 17 Oct. 1845, at Whitney ville, Me. 1874, A.B., Bowdoin College. 
D.D., Wesleyan University (Conn.), and Dickinson College. S. T. D., Bow- 
doin. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor in Boston, Portland and New- 
York. Since 1894, Chancellor of Syracuse University, Trustee of Boston 
University. Member of General Conference for several sessions. 

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y. 

ROBERT HENRY POOLEY. 
1896. D.D. (See No. 377.) 

1622. ELIZABETH A. REED. 
1896. A.M. 1 

Member of the Philosophical Society of Great Britain. 

JAMES FRANK STOUT. 
1896. D.D. (See No. 176.) 



392 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

POLEMUS HAMILTON SWIFT. 
1896. D.D. (See No. 355.) 

1523. WILLIAM L. WATKINSON. 

1896. LL.D. 

Clergyman and editor, London, England. 

JOHN PATRICK BRUSHINGHAM. 

1897. LL.D. (See No. 331.) 

JOHN KRANTZ, JR. 

1897. D.D. (See No. 198.) 

1524. GREENE VARDIMAN BLACK. 

1898. LL.D. 

Born 3 Aug. 1836, in Scott County, 111. 1877, D.D.S., Missouri Dental 
College. M.D., Chicago Medical College. Sc.D., Illinois College. Dean and 
Professor of Operative Dentistry, Pathology, and Bacteriology, North- 
western University Dental School, Chicago. Author of " Formation of 
Poisons by Micro-Organisms," " Periosteum and Peridental Membrane," 
"Anatomy of Human Teeth," also many papersjand journal articles. 

Residence, 4465 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 111. 

*JOHN WESLEY RICHARDS. 
1898. D.D. (See No. 144.) 

1625. NATHANIEL CLINTON SEARS. 

1898. LL.D. 

Born at Gallipolis, O. After one year at Knox College (111.), entered 
Amherst, graduating in 1875. Studied in Berlin University. 1878, A.M., 
from Amherst. Admitted to bar of Illinois, 1878. Elected Judge of the 
Superior Court of Cook County, 1893, and re-elected in 1900. Appointed 
Justice of the Appellate Court for First District of Illinois in 1897, re-appointed 
in 1900. Appointed Professor in the Law of Procedure and Practice in 
Northwestern University, 1897. Resigned judicial positions in 1902. 

Office, Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

ARTHUR HYSLOP BRIGGS. 

1899. D.D. (See No. 330.) 

EDMUND BOOTH PATTERSON. 
1899. D.D. (See No. 415.) 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
1526. JOSEPH P. REMINGTON. 



393 



1899. Phar.D. 
Residence, Longport, N. J. 



I^B Resi 

^B 1627. JOHN PRITCHARD ASHLEY. 

^H 1900. D.D. 

^B Born 14 April 1862, at Stoke on Trent, England. 1890, A.B., Ohio 

Wesleyan. Graduate studies at Boston University, Jena, Berlin, and Oxford. 

A.M. Ph.D. President Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 1895-98; Albion 

College, 1898-1901. Author and lecturer. 
Residence, Saratoga, Cal. 



CHARLES CUSHMAN BRAGDON. 
1900. LL.D. (See No. 31.) 

JOSEPH THING LADD. 

1900. D.D. (See No. 263.) 

CHARLES HORSWELL. 

1901. D.D. (See No. 412.) 

MATHIAS SAILOR KAUFMAN. 
1901. D.D. (See No. 136.) 

FREDERICK HILL SHEETS. 
1901. D.D. (See No. 379.) 

1628. DAVID DECAMP THOMPSON. 
Father of Nos. 1211 and 1398. 

[901. A.M. 

Born 29 April 1852, at Cincinnati, O. Studied at Ohio Wesleyan Univers- 
ity. A.B. (hon.), Ohio Wesleyan University. Assistant editor Western 
Christian Advocate, three years; assHant editor Northwestern Christain Advo- 
cate, five years; editor of same since 25 April 1901. Author of "Abraham 
Lincoln, the First American " (Jennings & Pye) ; " John Wesley as a Social 
Reformer" (Eaton & Mains). 

Residence, 2135 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 



1629. ADOLF LORENZ. 

1902. LL.D. 

Bom 1854, in Northern Austria. Entered University of Vienna on a 
scholarship in 1875. Graduated in Medicine in 1880. Became Clinical 
Assistant in the Medical Faculty. Was appointed Professor of Orthopedic 
Surgery. In 1895 demonstrated the bloodless reduction of congenital dis- 



394 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

location of the hip before Medical Congress at Berlin. Author of an extensive 
treatise on that subject. Called across the Atlantic in 1902 for his professional 
services in United States. • 

Residence, Vienna, Austria. 

1530. JAMES BARR AMES. 

1903. LL.D. 

Bom 22 June 1846, at Boston, Mass. 1868, A.B., Harvard. 1871, 
A.M., Harvard. 1872, LL.B., Harvard l^w School. 1898, LL.D., University 
of City of New York and University of Wisconsin. 1899, University of 
Pennsylvania. Tutor of French and German, Harvard, 1871-72. Instructor 
in History, 1872-73. Associate Professor of Law, 1873-77. Professor of 
Law since 1877. Compiled collections of cases on torts, pleading, bills 
and notes, partnership, trusts and suretyship. Author of numerous articles 
in Harvard Law Review and other law reviews. 

Residence, Cambridge, Mass. 

1631. WILLIAM WILLIAMS KEEN. 
1903. LL.D. 

Born 19 Jan. 1837, at Philadelphia, Pa. 1859, graduated from Brown 
University. 1892, LL.D., same; 1862, Jefferson Medical College, Phila- 
delphia. 1861, Assistant Surgeon Fifth Massachusetts Regiment. Acting 
Assistant Surgeon, United States Army, 1862-64. Studied in Europe, 
1864-66. Practicing in Philadelphia since 1866. Conducted Philadelphia 
School of Anatomy, 1866-75. Lecturer on Pathological Anatomy, 
Jefferson Medical College, 1866-75. Professor Artistic Anatomy, Penn- 
sylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1876-90. Professor of Surgery, Woman's 
Medical College, 1884-89. Professor of Surgery, Jefferson Medical College 
since 1889. Member of many medical societies. Author of " Keen's Clinical 
Charts," " Early History of Practical Anatomy," " Complications and Sequels 
of Typhoid Fever." Editor of Heath's " Practical Anatomy," Fowler's 
*' Diagrams of the Nerves of the Human Body," Holden's " Surgical and 
Medical Landmarks," Gray's "Anatomy," "American Text-Book of Sur- 
gery." Contributor to medical journals. 

Residence, 1729 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1632. EDWARD CAMERON KIRK. 
1903. Sc.D. 

Born 9 Dec. 1856, at Sterling, 111. Instructor in Chemistry, University 
of Pennsylvania, 1875. Entered Medical Department of the University 
of Pennsylvania in 1876. In 1878, D.D.S. from Pennsylvania College of 
Dental Surgery; Lecturer on Dentistry, same institution. Lecturer on 
Clinical Denistry in University of Pennsylvania several years. Editor of 
Dental Cosmos, 1891-96. Professor of Clinical Dentistry in University of 
Pennsylvania, and Dean of its Faculty since 1896. Frequent contributor 
to dental literature in its educational, scientific, and technical departments. 

Address, Dental Department of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



n^r 1902 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 395 



1533. ALBERT BENJAMIN PRESCOTT. 



1903. LL.D. 

Born 12 Dec. 1832, at Hastings, N. Y. University of Michigan; 1864, M.D., 
University of Michigan Medical School. 1896, LL.D., same. Assistant Sur- 
geon United States Volunteers, 1864-65. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 
University of Michigan, 1865. Professor of Organic and AppUed Chemistry, 
1870. Dean of School of Pharmacy since 1876. Director Chemical Labora- 
tory since 1884. President A. A. A. S., 1891. Fellow Chemical Society, 
London, 1876. President American Pharmacy Association, 1900. Con- 
tributor from research to the periodical literature of organic, analytical, 
■and pharmaceutical chemistry. Author of " Quantitative Chemical Analy- 
sis," " Outlines of Proximate Organic Analysis," " Chemistry of Alcoholic 
Liquors," " Morphiometric Processes for Opium," "Nostrums in Relation 
to Public Health," "Manual of Organic Analysis," "Assay of Alkaloidal 
Drugs." 

Residence, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ALUMN^I m THE CIVIL WAR 

The attendance in the College during 1859-60 was thirty-six, and in the 
Preparatory School, which had just been organized, fifty. A large percent- 
age of these students enlisted in the Civil War. Of the thirty-six men in 
the College, twenty-three, or sixty-four per cent., went into the war sooner or 
later. Some of these went home to enlist with old friends, but the majority 
enlisted in local Illinois regiments. Altogether we find a list of seventy- 
seven University men who went into the war — forty-two graduates and 
thirty-five non-graduates. It is interesting to note that two, one a gradu- 
ate and one not, returned to their old homes and joined the ranks of the 
Confederacy. 

That the material going from the University into the army was of the 
best sort, is to be surmised from the relatively large number of men who 
were promoted and who proved effective leaders. At the time of mustering 
out, three were Colonels or Lieutenant-Colonels, two Majors, three Adjutants,^ 
five Captains, eight Lieutenants, and four Chaplains. Seven died in the army,. 
and six were discharged because of disability. 



GRADUATES. 

The Numerals in Parentheses Refer to the Individual Records 
IN the Body of this Book. 

William H. Adams, '70 (No. 59), Major, U. S. C. H. Artillery. 
William S. Arnold, '76 (No. 186), private, 151st Indiana Infantry. 
Thomas S. Berry, '72 (No. 89), 1st Lieutenant, 114th Illinois Infantry. 
Charles C. Bragdon, '65 (No. 31), private, 134th Illinois Infantry. 
Almus Butterfield, '63 (No. 27), Sergeant, 140th Illinois Infantry. 
John J. Crist, '75 (No. 160), Chaplain, 1st Minnesota Infantry. 
Morton Culver, '67 (No. 41), private, 134th IlUnois Infantry. 
Lewis P. Davis, '72 (No. 94), Lieutenant, 22d Michigan Infantry. 
Robert B. Edwards, '72 (No. 95), Sergeant, 141st IlUnois Infantry. 
Michael Finity, '70 (No. 64), private, 13th lUinois Infantry. 
James W. Haney, '61 (No. 14), Captain, 72d IlUnois Infantry. 
J. Milton Johnston, '72 (No. 98), Sergeant, 67th Ohio Infantry. 
Matthias S. Kaufman, '74 (No. 136), Corporal, 115th IlUnois Infantry. 
Henry M. Kidder, '59 (No. 4), Lieutenant-Colonel, 5th U. S. Cavalry. 
Charles E. Lambert, '75 (No. 171), private, 12th Kansas Infantry. 
Albert D. Langworthy, '70 (No. 67), private, 134th Illinois Infantry. 
Draper A. Lindsey, '73 (No. 121), private, 5th Kansas Infantry. 
Alphonso C. Linn, '60 (No. 6), Captain, 134th Illinois Infantry. 
William A. Lord, '60 (No. 7), Captain, 134th lUinois Infantry. 
Isaac W. McCasky, '62 (No. 21), Sergeant, 87th Indiana Infantry. 

396 




COLLEGE OF LIBBftAL ARTS,,,* ^ 397 



:ii McClish, '74 (No. 140), private, 1st Illinois Artillery. 
Sanford H. Mclntyre, '71 (No. 75), private, 11th Minnesota Infantry. 
Henry G. Meacham, '62 (No. 22), 2d Lieutenant, 88th lUinois Infantry. 
Amos H. Miller, '71 (No. 76), Sergeant, 13th Illinois Infantry. 
Liston H. Pearce, '66 (No. 35), Chaplain, 132d IlHnois Infantry. 
Henry A. Pearsons, '62 (No. 23), 1st Lieutenant, 8th Illinois Cavalry. 
Homer A. PUmpton, '60 (No. 8), Lieutenant-Colonel, 39th Illinois Infantry. 
William H. H. Raleigh, '60 (No. 9), Adjutant, Jackson's Corps, C. S. A. 
Richard D. Russell, '71 (No. 82), 1st Lieutenant, 83d Illinois Infantry. 
Henry T. Scovill, '69 (No. 58), private, 92d IlUnois Infantry. 
Elhanon J. Searle, '59 (No. 5), Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Arkansas Infantry. 
Elmore Q. Searle, '60 (No. 10), Sergeant, 10th Illinois Cavalry. 
Edwin R. Shrader, '71 (No. 83), private, 66th IlHnois Infantry. 
Melville C. Spaulding, '60 (No. 11), private, 46th Iowa Infantry. 
WilUam A. Spencer, '61 (No. 16), Chaplain, 8th Illinois Cavalry. 
Milton C. Springer, '64 (No. 29), Captain, 134th Illinois Infantry. 
George E. Strobridge, '64 (No. 30), 1st Lieutenant, 134th IlUnois Infantry. 
Thomas R. Strobridge, '67 (No. 44), Corporal, 134th IlUnois Infantry. 
David Sterrett, '62 (No. 25), private, 131st Pennsylvania Infantry. 
Joseph C. Thomas, '66 (No. 36), Chaplain, 88th IlUnois Infantry. 
Thomas Van Scoy, '75 (No. 179), private, 154th Indiana Infantry. 
Elbert B. Wheeler, '65 (No. 33), private, 134th IlUnois Infantry. 

NON-GRADUATES. 

Lyman King Ayrault, from Quasqueton, la. Enlisted 17 May 1864, 
from Preparatory School, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry; mustered 
out 25 Oct. 1864. 

Alfred R. Bailey, from Evanston, 111. EnUsted 2 Sept. 1861, from Pre- 
paratory School, in 8th Illinois Cavalry ; was shot in battle of Falling Waters. 
Died at Frederick City, Md., 8 July 1863. 

Dwight Bannister, from Evanston, 111. Enlisted from Preparatory 
School, in Navy in 1862. Served through war as petty officer on gunboat 
Pawpaw in Mississippi flotilla. Died about 1877. 

George W. Beggs, from Plainfield, lU. In College, 1858-59. M.D. from 
Rush Medical School, 1862. EnUsted 6 Oct. 1862, as Hospital Steward; 
8 Oct. 1862, promoted to 2d Assistant Surgeon; became 1st Assistant Sur- 
geon, 2 June 1864; mustered out 7 June 1865. Since 1870 has been Dean of 
Medical Department, Northwestern College, Sioux City. 

Edward Richardson Clark, from Lake Zurich, 111. Enlisted from Pre- 
paratory School, 6 May 1864, in Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry; was 
mustered out 25 Oct. 1864. 

Millinder Duerson, from Enola, Ark. In Preparatory School, 1861. 
Returned home and enlisted in Confederate army. 

WilUam Pitt Follansbee, enUsted 16 July 1861, from Preparatory School, 
in Battery A, 1st IlUnois Artillery; was mustered out 28 July 1864. 

Orrington Crews Foster, from Evanston, lU. Enlisted from junior class, 
16 July 1863, as bugler in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Made Corporal at 
Shiloh. Was mustered out 23 July 1864. 



398 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

Thomas Frake, from South Northfield, 111. Brother of James Frake^ 
class of 1866. Enlisted from freshman class, 30 April 1864, as Corporal in 
Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Musteied out 25 Oct. 1864. 

George H. Gamble, from Evanston, 111. Was in College, 1859-60. En- 
listed 25 Aug. 1861, in the 1st Illinois Artillery. Transferred to 8th Cavalry, 
24 Nov. 1864, and promoted to Sergeant-Major. Promoted to Adjutant, 
23 Dec. 1862. Mustered out 3 July 1865. Afterwards went into regular 
army as Captain. 

Wilham Gamble, from Evanston, 11^ Enlisted from Preparatory School,. 
7 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mustered out 25 Oct. 
1864. 

Samuel Alvin Gillam, from Knightstown, Ind. Enlisted from sophomore 
class, 6 May 1864, as Sergeant in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mus- 
tered out 25 Oct. 1864, as 1st Sergeant. 

Allen W. Gray, from Jefferson, 111. Enlisted from sophomore class, 13^ 
July 1861, in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Transferred to 1st Illinois. 
Infantry, 9 Feb. 1862. Promoted from Commissary Sergeant to 1st Lieu- 
tenant Company G, 12*Sept. 1863. Promoted to Adjutant, 27 June 1864. 
Resigned, 24 Jan. 1865. 

Frank E. C. Hawks, from Goshen, Ind. Enlisted from freshman class 
7 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mustered out 25 Oct. 
1864. 

George C. Kirby, from Sombra, Can. Enlisted from freshman class in 
Company F, 8th lUinois Cavalry, 27 Aug. 1861. Discharged Nov. 1861; 
disabled. Re-enlisted 18 March 1862, in Company I, 61st Illinois Infantry. 
Lost an arm at Shiloh. 

Eugene A. Lyford, from Port Byron, 111. Enlisted 21 July 1862, from 
junior class, in Company I, 88th Illinois Infantry, as 1st Sergeant. Was 
killed in battle at Stone River, Tenn., 31 Dec. 1862. 

Melvin Parsons Meigs, from Milwaukee, Wis. Enlisted from Preparatory 
School, 9 May 1864, in Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry. Mustered out 
25 Oct. 1864. 

James W. Milner, from Chicago, 111. Enhsted from the freshman class, 
25 Aug. 1861, in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Mustered out 24 Aug. 
1864. Hurt at Belmont. United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, 
1871. Died 1880. 

George Franklin Neally, from South Northfield, 111. Enlisted from 
freshman class, 30 April 1864, as Sergeant in Company F, 134th IlUnois 
Infantry. Mustered out 25 Oct. 1864. 

Eugene Freer Oatman, from Sacramento, Cal. Enlisted from Prepara- 
tory School in Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry, 30 April 1864. Mus- 
tered out, 25 Oct. 1864. 

John Henry Page, from Baltimore, Md. Enlisted from freshman class, 
25 Aug. 1861, in 3d U. S. Infantry. Promoted to 2d Lieutenant. Now 
Colonel of 3d U. S. Infantry. Served in Civil War and Spanish War. Led 
his regiment at Santiago in 1898, and in Philippines. 

William R. Page, from Baltimore, Md. EnUsted from sophomore class, 
25 Aug. 1861, in independent company, Battery A, Chicago Light Artillery, 



I 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 399 

known as "Freemont's Body Guard." Discharged 22 Sept. 1861, to accept 
an appointment as 2d Lieutenant in Benton Cadets of Missouri. Lawyer, 
now in Chicago. 

Fletcher A. Parker, from Northfield, 111. In College, 1859-61. Enhsted 
28 Aug. 1862, in Chicago Mercantile Battery. Discharged 29 Feb. 1864, for 
promotion to 1st Lieutenant St, Louis Heavy Artillery, and served through 
1864-65. 

George Washington Partlow, from Joliet, 111. Enlisted from Prepara- 
tory School, 4 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois. Mustered out 25 
Oct. 1864. 

James Roseman, from Mazon, 111. Enlisted from Preparatory School in 
the 2d Iowa Infantry; was in battle at Wilson's Creek. Served also in 1st 
Arkansas Cavalry. Killed at Van Buren, Ark., 1864. 

Alvah P. Searle, from Rock Island, 111. Brother of E. J. and E. Q. 
Searle, '59 and '60. EnUsted from sophomore class, 27 Aug. 1861, in Com- 
pany F, 8th lUinois Cavalry. Mustered out 28 Sept. 1864, as Sergeant. 
Lives at Schaller, Sac County, la. 

Charles H. Shepley, from Chicago, 111. Was in the Preparatory SchooL 
EnUsted 30 July 1861, as 1st Lieutenant, Company K, 19th Illinois Infantry. 
Promoted to Captain, Company I, 18 Oct. 1861. Died 23 March 1862. 

Charles H. Simpson, of Evanston, 111. In College, 1859-60. Paymaster 
in United States Army, with rank of Major, 1863-64. Died 1868. 

Levi A. Sinclair, of Evanston, 111. Student in Preparatory School, 
1859-60. EnUsted 30 Nov. 1863, Company F, 8th Illinois Cavalry. Mus- 
tered out, 17 July 1865, as Corporal. 

Charles E. Smith, of Evanston, 111. EnUsted from sophomore class, 16 
July 1861, Battery A, 1st lUinois Artillery. Mustered out, 23 July 1864, 
Corporal. Died 1901. 

J. Martin Tracy, from Dwight, 111. EnUsted 17 June 1861, in Company 
D, 19th Infantry. Was on detached duty at time of muster out. 

Freegift Vanderpoort, from Sublette, 111. Enlisted from freshman class, 
30 April 1864, as 1st Sergeant, Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry. Pro- 
moted, 31 May to 2d Lieutenant. Mustered out, 25 Oct. 1864. 

Edgar Emery Wead, from Peoria, 111. Enlisted from sophomore class, 
30 April 1864, in Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry. Died near Spring- 
field, in., 9 Sept. 1864. 

Daniel Thomas Wilson, from Cazenovia, N. Y. Enlisted from freshman 
class, 14 May 1864, as Corporal in Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry. 
Mustered out, 25 Oct. 1864. 

Benjamin Swena Winder, from La Moille, 111. Enlisted from Prepara- 
tory School, 10 May 1864, in Company F, 134th IlUnois Infantry. Mus- 
tered out, 25 Oct. 1864. 

The 134th Illinois Infantry was organized in 1864 for a service of 100 
days. It remained in actual service 148 days, and was assigned to garrison 
duty, thus releasing about one thousand veterans to go to the front. Com- 
pany F of this regiment contained at least twenty Northwestern University 
students, and was locally known as the "University Guards." Two stu- 
dents in this Company died in Camp, Captain Linn and Private Wead. 



400 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

LIST OF THE HONORED DEAD. 

Private Alfred R. Bailey, of Evanston, Hi Died at Frederick City, Md., 
8 July 1863. 

■I Captain Alphonso C. Linn, of Lee Center, 111. Died at Columbus, Ky., 
10 July 1864. 

Sergeant Eugene A. Lyford, of Port Bj-ron, 111. Killed at Stone River, 
Tenn., 31 Dec. 1862. 

Lieutenant Henry G. Meacham, o| Dunston, 111. Died at Murfrees- 
boro, Tenn., 1 April 1863. 

Private James Roseman, of Mazon, 111. Killed at Van Buren, Kan., in 
1864. 

Captain Charles H. Shepley, of Chicago, 111. Died 25 March 1862. 

Private Edgar E. Wead, of Peoria. Died near Springfield, 111., Sept. 1864. 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
COLLEGE STATISTICS 



401 



College Year 


Bachelor 
Degrees 


Under- 
graduate 
Students 


Graduate 
Students 


W 

Stt 


STnTs Faculty 


Annual 
Courses 


♦Students in 
University 


1855-56 




10 






3 




10 


1856-57 




21 








4 




50 


1857-58 




22 








6 




62 


1858-59 


5 


29 








6 




66 


1859-60 


8 


36 








3 




83 


1860-61 


5 


43 








4 


23 


105 


1861-62 


7 


31 








6 


23 


81 


1862-63 


2 


31 








7 


23 


78 


1863-64 


3 


39 








6 


23 


71 


1864-65 


4 


39 


. 






6 


23 


69 


1865-66 


4 


40 








6 


23 


70 


1866-67 


8 


41 








9 


24 


93 


1867-68 


3 


50 








8 


24 


95 


1868-69 


10 


73 


. 






10 


26 


125 


1869-70 


14 


109 








1 14 


26 


248 


1870-71 


15 


122 








5 15 


26 


287 


1871-72 


22 
















1872-73 


16 


i45 








2i 10 


'28 


319 


1873-74 


30 


212 








35 13 


43 


562 


1874-75 


28 
















1875-76 


30 


276 








83 i2 


43 


653 


1876-77 


31 


194 








56 9 


28 


504 


1877-78 


27 


191 








53 9 


28 


566 


1878-79 


27 


173 








48 10 


28 


509 


1879-80 


30 


183 








66 10 


28 


522 


1880-81 


30 


155 








54 10 


28 


527 


1881-82 


24 


161 








69 12 


32 


576 


1882-83 


20 


149 








60 11 


28 


562 


1883-84 


18 


155 








64 11 


33 


472 


1884-85 


22 


147 








53 12 


33 


508 


1885-86 


13 


165 








61 14 


36 


582 


1886-87 


34 


226 








87 14 


37 


719 


1887-88 


39 


236 








88 15 


39 


846 


1888-89 


34 


286 








114 15 


39 


930 


1889-90 


40 


253 








91 16 


41 


1037 


1890-91 


39 


310 








107 17 


43 


1218 


1891-92 


54 


396 


i8 




143 26 


75 


1675 


1892-93 


41 


512 


31 




191 32 


99 


1760 


1893-94 


59 


507 


20 




189 38 


113 


1741 


1894-95 


57 


531 


33 




193 42 


144 


1784 


1895-96 


88 


574 


27 




224 44 


152 


1975 


1896-97 


52 


521 


23 




208 44 


153 


2120 


1897-98 


66 


587 


36 




233 45 


164 


2068 


1898-99 


79 


575 


38 




254 46 


168 


2253 


1899-00 


81 


614 


42 




306 52 


178 


2378 


1900-01 


101 


643 


44 




296 57 


187 


2282 


1901-02 


92 


635 


49 




292 55 


195 


2414 


1902-03 


(101) 


769 


57 




393 59 


198 


2731 



* Includes totals of Theological Schools, and of all degree-conferring 
departments as given in the University catalogues. No catalogue was 
issued for 1871-72 or 1874-75. 



GEOGRAPHICAL 
DISTRIBUTION OF ALUMNI 

UNITED STATES 



ALABAMA 



Birmingham. 

May Clark (Joy), '99. 

BOAZ. 

Anna A. Davis (Elder), '77. 
E. B. L. Elder, 77. 



Greensboro. 

E. L. Colebeck, '93. 

ViNEMONT. 

E. E. Zimmerman, '01. 



ALASKA 



Skagway. 

Wilmot Whitfield, h., '90. 



CALIFORNIA 



Berkeley. 

W. S. Matthew, '76. 

J. T. Musgrove, '79. 

Marion L. Pomeroy (Matthew), '77. 

J. Stitt Wilson, '97. 
Cambria, 

J. F. Stewart, '97. 
Ceres. 

M. E. Taylor, '83. 
Fresno. 

Chauncey Gaines, '73. 
Glendora. 

Charles Leach, '74. 

La Mesa. 

G. W. Greenman, '87. 

Los Angeles. 
J. H. Cole, '94. 
Alice S. Freeman, '96. 
E. H. Fretz, '97. 
C. J. Goodenow, '75. 
E. M. Pallette, '94. 
Ellen M. Pryor (McKeever), '80. 
E. R. Shrader, '71. 

Los Gatos. 
A. B. Bishop, 



'69. 



Merced. 

C. H. Castle, '72. 
Newark. 

Alvah G. Briggs, '82. 
Oakland. 
^ Mrs. E. W. Andrew, h., '88. 
r Fred Husted, '73. 

Ethel M. Swarthout (Fleming), '99. 
Pacific Grove. 

S. H. Middlekauff, '88. 
Palo Alto. 
H. Martha C. Smith (Hyde), 
Pasadena. 

S. P. Black, '82. 

Ethel wyn Foote, g., '00. 

C. H. Hamilton, '80. 

E. B. Hoag, '92. 

Paul V. Jones, '99. 

C. D. Lockwood, '93. 



'91. 



Petaluma. 

Willis F. Minium 

Pomona. 

Richard D. Russell, 
Riverside. 

H. A. Plimpton, '60 



'99. 



71. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 

402 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



CALIFORNIA— Continued 



403 



ALINAS. 

A. H. Needham, 73. 
San Jose. 

M. S. Cross, '81. 

Eli McClish, 74. 
San Francisco. 

AtrhurH. Briggs, '8L 

Herbert F. Briggs, '89. 

Florence M. Tabor (Critchlow), '92. 

Burr M. Weeden, '89. 



Santa Ana. 

C. F. Heil, '00. 

Saratoga. 

J. P. Ashley, h. 

SiMI. 



'00. 



F. M. Warrington, '75. 

Upland. 

L. G. Cochran, '76. 



COLORADO 



Alcott. 

G. H. Cater, '02. 

Boulder. 

Samuel J. Pease, '97. 

BuENA Vista. 

Jacob Kagey, '78. 

Colorado Springs. 
H. G. Lunt, h., '78. 
A. R. Solenberger, '83. 
C. Albertine Wales, '87. 

Denver. 

M. A. Clarkson, '94. 
W. G. Evans, '77. 
T. H. Hood, '79. 
A. H. Phelps, '9L 

DURANGO. 

Nathan C. Miller, '8L 



Eaton. 

Kate M. Ailing (Thomas), '87. 
Edge WATER. 

Boyd B. Bobb, '98. 
Glenwood Springs. 

C. W. Darrow, '82. 

GOLDFIELD. 

L. E. McGarry, '76. 
La Junta. 

Michael Finity, '70. 
Pueblo. 

G. E. Bragdon, '72. 

Harriott B. Ely, '02. 
Rand. 

Alfred E. Hills, '83. 

SiLVERTON. 

W. W. Wilkinson, '95. 



CONNECTICUT 



Derby. 

Jessie H. Cowles (Brown), '82. 
Middletown. 

B. P. Raymond, h., '84. 

J. M. Van Vleck, h., '76. 



New Haven. 

Hal C. Bangs, '01. 

C. H. Zimmerhian, '91. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Washington. 

George A. Bass, '8 
H. S. Boutell, '74. 
F. M. Bristol, '77. 
M. W. Fuller, h., 'J 
Isaac R. Hitt, Jr., 



'88. 



Washington — Continued. 
Theodore Roosevelt, h., '93. 
A. M. Skiles, '01. 
F. A. Springer, '60. 
N. P. Webster, '83. 
P. L. Windsor, '95. 



FLORIDA 



Jacksonville. 

H. H. Palmer, '72. 
Neptune. 

J. T. Ziegler, '74. 



Ormond. 

Minnie E. King (Mason), '86. 
Winter Park. 

W. C. Comstock, '67. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



404 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



GEORGIA 



South Atlanta. 
E. L. Parks, 73. 
Isabella B. Webb (Parks), 79. 



IDAHO 



Moscow. 

J. E. Bonebright, '93. 
Flora P. Moore, '96. 



Salmon. 

• Ethel L. Goodrich, '02. 



ILLINOIS 



Abingdon. 

Harry B. Gough, '00. 
Anna. 

Marie E. Bennett, '99. 
Arcola. 

Joseph Coombe, '80. 
Arlington Heights. 

H. F. Lawler, '99. 

G. P. K. Volz, '99. 

E. B. Wheeler, '65. 
Aurora. 

Mary Chattle, '93. 

Grace Owen (Rist), '94. 

Benjamin Rist, '94. 
Bardolph. 

Anna Catlin (Wright), '01. - 

C. A. Wright, '99. 
Batavia. 

Frankie M. Hart, '00. 
Beardstown. 

Florence E. Harris, '99. 

Winifred E. Harris, '98. 

Mary Paarlberg, '02. 

Maude Van Sickle. (Schweer), '95. 
Belvidere. 

Willis Butterfield, '69. 

C. Anna DreAV, '00. 
Berwyn. 

W. J. Andrews, '87. 

W. S. Hall, '87. 

C. E. Piper, '82. 

W. H. Tuttle, '88. 
Blaine. 

E. H. Beal, '72. 
Bloomington. 

Adlai Stevenson, h., '95. 
Blue Island. 

James F. Clancy, '93. 

Edith M. Post, '98. 
Bradford. 

Bessie W. Clark, '99. 



Braidwood. 

C. E. Rankin, '01. 
Brimfield. 

Smith C. Davis, '87. 
Buffalo. 

W. D. Best, '70. 
Cairo. 

Helen G. Reed, '94. 

Canton. 

Charles S. Aldrich, '93. 

Carlinville. 

Mary E. Pegram (Lumpkin), '95. 
Cary. 

W. N. McNett, '98. 

C^AMPAIGN. 

Katharine L. Sharp, '85. 
Frances Simpson, '84. 

Charleston. 

Annie M. Witt, '99. 

Chebanse. 

E. J. Ridings, '97. 

Chenoa. 

C. B. Earnheart, '94. 

Cherry Valley. 

George Jamison, '93. 

Chicago. 

C. P. Abbey, '89. 

A. C. Abel, '95. 

Isaiah Agat, '98. 

Fanny G. Alabaster, '93. 

W. T. Alden, '92. 

Cora Allen (McElrov), '88. 

E. W. Andrews, '78^^ 

F. T. Andrews, '81. 
M. L. Ashley, '94. 
P. C. Atkinson, '95. 

G. A. Babbitt, '75. 

Florence Babcock (Sturges), '89. 
Ethel Baker (Andrews), '92. 
Mrs. Helen C. Balmer, g., '02. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



405 



Chicago — Continued . 

F. W. Barnum, '99. 
Stella Bass (Tilt), '89. 

G. M. Bassett, '78. 
A. L. Baxter, '90. 
F. W. Belknap, '92. 
W. W. Bell, '98. 

F. C. Benham, '99. 
C. S. Bennett, '88. 
Frank Billings, h., '90. 

G. V. Black, h., '98. 
W. M. Booth, '78. 
C. Bradford, '88. 
Bessie Bradwell (Helmer), '80. 
C. H. Brand, '87. 
Mabel Brown, '00. 
Margaret Brown, '96. 
J. P. Brushingham, '81. 
C. M. C. Buntain, '99. 

E. W. Burke, '68. 
W. Harold Burke '02. 
A. H. Burr, '77. 

F. McR. Byers, '87. 
R. K. S. Catherwood, '96. 
Will M. Cavano, '96. 
W. R. Chamberlain, '8L 

G. D. Cleworth, '99. 
Lorin C. Collins, '72. 
W. H. Conner, '98. 
Andrew Cooke, '99. 
Henrietta M. Coone, '87. 
G. E. Cotter, '93. 
Leila M. Crandon (Noble), '84. 
A. W. Craven, '96. 
S. J. Crumpacker, '02. 
G. H. Curfman, '00. 
S. Esther Danforth, '00. 
W. C. Danforth, '00. 

E. A. Davidson, '88. 
Bess Da vies, '01. 

F. A. Davis, '95. 
Lena M. Davis (Lehman), '98. 
N. S. Davis, Jr., '80. 
N. S. Davis, Sr., h., '71. 
W. L. Demorest, '78. 
C. E. Dietz, '02. 

G. W. Dixon, '89. 
C. T. Drake, '74. 
H. Isabelle Drew (Fowler), '94. 
G. B. Dyche, '93. 
A. R. Edwards, '88. 
F. C. Ellis, '96. 
E. H. Eversz, '95. 
S. M. Fegtly, '97. 
M. Olive Finley (Singleton), '91. 
Aurora T. Fisk (Zueblin), '90. 



Chicago — Continued. 
M. Lucille Fitch, '99. 
A. B. Fleager, '92. 
R. C. Flickinger, '99. 

E. B. Fowler, '93. 
James Frake, '66. 

Cora M. Fyfe (Wiggs), '99. 
T. K. Gale, '94. 
Victoria Gazzolo, '01. 
Jessie B. Goodsmith, '99. 

F. A. Graham, '01. 
T. R. Greene, '87. 

F. W. Griffith, '95. 
J. E. Groves, '90. 
Eliza P. Hall, '99. 
Fanny A. Hall, '96. 
J. H. Hamline, '75. 
W. A. Hard, '00. 
H. L. Harvey, '93. 

Ida M. Harvey (Davis), '87. 

A. S. Haskins, '91. 

H. R. Hatfield, '92. 

Helen S. Hay, '93. 

Charles Hill, g., '99. 

J. C. Hoag, '78. 

R. N. Holt, '93. 

O. H. Horton, h., '89. 

Giles Hubbard, '87. 

Nettie J. Hunt (Raymond), '92. 

R. N. Isham, h., '84. 

Jed L. Jewel, '02. 

Frank S. Johnson, '78. 

J. Milton Johnston, '72. 

S. P. Johnston, '91. 

Lydia L. Jones (Trowbridge), '82. 

Nettie L. Jones, '98. 

Edith V. Jordan (Hays), '95. 

J. M. Kahn, '00. 

A. B. Kanavel, '96. 

Louis Karcher, '78. 

William Keller, '00. 

C. A. Kelley, '94. 

H. M. Daisy Kendall (Ward), '97. 

Karl D. King, '99. 

E. F. Kitendaugh, '96. 

W. M. Knox, '74. 

Morris Kompel, '00. 

G. W. Kunstman, '89. 
C. J. Kurtz, g., '00. 

C. V. La Fontaine, '96. ' 
Clara L. Lane (Noble), '00. 
A. D. Langworthy, '70. 
G. W. Larimer, '01. 
H. E. Leach, '92. 
W. B. Leach, '79. 
C. L. Leesley, '96. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



406 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



Chicago — Continued. 
R. C. Libberton, '99. 
Theodore Lindquist, g., '99. 

C. E. Linebarger, '88. 
Henrietta A. Linn, '76. 
Rose M. Logeman, '91. 
Emma B. Lowell, '01. 
Josephine Lowell, '96. 
Clarice M. Lytle, '99. 

F. W. McCasky. '97. 
Harriet L. McCasky, '92. 
I. W. McCasky, '62. 
Katherine E. McCasky, '96. 
O. P. McCool, '77. 

D. B. McCurdy, '96. 
Frank McElwain, '95. 
Mary K. MacHarg, '97. 

A. T. Mcintosh, '00. 
Otis H. Maclay, '97. 
Frank W. McNett, '99. 

B. F. March, '91. 
H. S. Martin, '00. 
George B. Masslich, '96. 
J. A. Matlack, '81. 
Myrtle E. Mattison, '91. 
S. M. Merrill, h., '86. 

Emma P. Meserve (James), '81. 
P. D. Middlekauff, '82. 
Effie W. MiUer, '92. 
Sarah Fay Milner, '01. 

E. A. Miner, '96. 
Louisa Mitchell, '00. 

Eva E. Moore (Haseltine), '98. 
Harriet M. Moore (Thomas), '96. 
Mary E. Moore, '85. 
Mary H. Moore (Jones), '95. 

C. H. Morgan, '77. 

Minnie R. Moulding (Goodsmith), 

'83 
T.C. Moulding, '91. 

G. A. Mulfinger, '85. 
Elsa Neiglick, '01. 
Laura A. Nichols, '98. 
W. A. Oldfield, '02. 
H. E. Osbom, '97. 

S. S. Parks, g., '02. 
C. W. Patterson, '01. 
W. A. Pease, '93. 
Albertus Perry, '99. 
C. S. P«ters, '96. 
C. A. Pettersen, '93. 

F. W. Phelps, '01. 
Jesse B. Porter, '00. 
L. T. Potter, '77. 

Emma M. Prindle (Middlekauff), 
'82. 



CHICM50 — Continued. 

O. L. Prochaska, '00. 

A. E. Puckrin, '96. 

G. A. Ramsay, '96. 

John T. Ray, '75. 

'Jerome H. Raymond, '92. 

Harry A. Rea, '02. 

S. Eleanor Reeves (Wier), '97. 
• Florence E. Reynolds, '01. 

Mary I. Reynolds, '98. 

Frank L. Rice, '81. 

Christine E. Richter, '00. 

C. L. Rundell, '92. 

G. E. Ruther, '99. 

F. H. Scheiner, '02. 
P.W. Schlorff, '01. 
L. E. Schmidt, g., '95. 
Andrew J. Scott, '74. 
Frank H. Scott, '76. 
N. C. Sears, h., '98. 
Frank D. Sheets, '00. 
Frederick H. Sheets, '82. 
C. K. Sherman, '93. 

P. R. Siberts, '99. 

Anna P. Simonson (Meddaugh), '92. 

Harriet A. Sinclair, '96. 

L. L. Skelton, '85. 

S. T. Smetters, '94. 

Arthur H. Smith, '02. 

Avis Smith, '00. 

Bessie C. Smith (King), '00. 

Adele Somers (Hall), '82. 

G. W. Spunner, '96. 

Ida T. Staver (Moulding), '91. 

E. L. Stewart, '79. 
G. J. C. Stewart, '02. 
C. A. Stonberg, '96. 
C. C. Stratton, h., '79. 
Minnie M. Sutter, '02. 
William Swenson, '90. 
P. H. Swift, '81. 
Grace E. Telling, '99. 
H. M. Thiers, '72. 

A. T. Thompson, '96. 

F. M. Tisdel, '91. 

C. S. Tomlinson, '86. 
F. J. Tourtellotte, '88. 
Alice G. Twight (Brugnot), g., '98. 
May E. Van Benschoten (Wood- 
ward), '86. 
W. C. Van Benschoten, '91. 
Hila May Verbeck (Knapp), '97. 
Ora E. Wakeman (Holt), '95. 
J. L. Walker, '93. 
Harry F. Ward, '97. 
Julia D. Watson (Thompson), '80. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



407 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



Chicago — Continued . 

P. S. Webster, '81. 

M. G. Wenz, '92. 

J. M. Wheaton, '78. 
- George H. White, '75. 

Russell Wilbur, '99. 

H. T. Wilcoxon, '93. 

M. B. WiUiams, '94. 

Charles D. Wilson, '93. 

William L. Wilson, '92. 

E. B. Witwer, '95. 

F. A. Wood, '80. 
R. L. Wyman, '90. 
Florence V. Wynekoop, '01. 

B. G. Wyrick, '99. 
Ghen-ichiro Yoshioka, '02. 
Jared W. Young, '94. 
John B. Young, '90. 

C. N. Zueblin, '87. 

Chicago Heights. 
W. H. Bussey, '00. 
Mary E. Palmer, '99. 

Clifton. 

Ettie L. Smith, '80. 

Clyde. 

H. E. Sweitzer, '02. 

COMPTON. 

J. Josephine Gilmore, '01. 

Danville. 

Louis Clements, '02. 

Decatur. 

W. R. Essick, '97. 
Herbert C. Hansen, '01. 

De Kalb. 

Fred L. Charles, '94. 
Janet C. Gloss (Page), '87. 
E. C. Page, '88. 
Mary R. Potter, '92. 
Ida S. Simonson, '94. 
De Loss M. Tompkins, '77. 

Dixon. 

Mary H. Earle (Sterling), 'i 
John M. Ericsson, '94. 

Downer's Grove. 
Lewis B. Lott, '00. 

Dundee. 

J. E. Fluck, '94. 
Ediths. Hunting, '01. 
Eleanor Johnston, '97. 

Du Quoin. 

C. W. Houk, '00. 



Dwight. 

Harriet A. Kimball (McWilliams), 
'83. 
Edgar. 

C. F. Juvinall, '99. 
Edison Park. 

Mabel E. Messner, '98. 
Elburn. 

W. E. Way, '93. 

Elgin. 

J. T. Ladd, '78. 

J. M. Schneider, '98. 

Elizabeth. 

C. L. Logan, '77. 

Elmwood. 

ThyraJ. Ruth, '01. 

Evanston. 

Zella F. Adams, '84. 

J. L. Alabaster, '92. 

Belle E. Ailing (Raddin), '88. 

Lodilla Ambrose, '87. 

Robert Baird, '69. 

Ruth Baird (Mitchell), '97. 

Edith M. Baker (Dickson), '94. 

H. M. Bannister, '63. 

Eva E. Barker (Froula), '98. 

A. W. Barnlund, '01. 

O. H. Basquin, g., '95. 

J. K. Bass, '94. 

P. B. Bass, '88. 

Harriet S. Bassett (Mallory), '96. 

Ethel M. Bates, '00. 

W. F. Beardsley, '93. 

J. A. Bellows, '92. 

May L. Bennett (Dyche), '91. 

Helen H. Bock (Holden), '90. 

C. C. Bonar, '99. 

Dora Bond (Wilson), '00. 
Elizabeth Bragdon, '00. 
M. C. Bragdon, '70. 
J. E. Brewrink, '02. 
George W. Briggs, '02. 
Edna M. Bronson, '02. 
Gertrude L. Bro\vn, '92. 
R. Clarence BroAvn, '97. 
Walter Lee Brown, '76. 
W. A. Burch, '90. 

D. H. Burnham, h., '95. 
Arthur W. Campbell, '02. 
Ira R. Campbell, '02. 
Alma S. Carlson, '02. 

C. Kathleen Carman (Dodge), '97. 
DeClifford Chaddock, '01. 

E. P. Clapp, '81. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



408 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



EvANSTON — Cont) nued . 

F. W. Cleveland, 73. 

Ruth A. Colvin (Wilson), '99. 

Anna L. Crandon, '83. 

Frank Crandon, h., '94. 

Thomas Craven, '70. 

Grace Crippen, '96. 

A. D. Currier, '84. 

Elizabeth F. Davis, '00. 

Haskell C. Davis, '90. 

R. B. Dennis, '01. 

P. H. Dike, '01. 

D. P. Donelson, '79. 

R. H. Durham, '01. 

Frank B. Dyche, '80. 

William A. Dyche, '82. 

Elizabeth B. Edwards (Field), '89. 

Frank M. Elliot, '77. 

Cora E. Ellis, '97. 

John Ellis, '67. 

ThorH. Erickson, '01. 

Albert Ericson, h., '87. 

M. D. Ewell, h., '79. 

Helen M. Fahs, '02. 

Nelle L. Fleshiem (Murray), '96. 

G. A. Foster, '81. 
V. K. Froula, '98. 
John E. George, '95. 
Mary E. Gloss, '92. 
Samuel D. Gloss, '97. 
G. B. Goodwin, '98. 
Clara Grant, '96. 

C. S. Graves, '89. 

C. H. Green, '02. 

Emily A. Greenman, '83. 

Ethel Grey (Scott), '96. 

H. G. Grey, h., '83. 

M. M. Gridley, '83. 

J. P. Grier, '90. 

F. W. Haist, '02. 

Vernon J. Hall, '94. 

W. A. Hamilton, '79. 

Helen M. Handy, '01. 

Emily M. Hatfield (Hobart), '82. 

James T. Hatfield, '83. 

Agnes Hayden, '01. 

H. B. Hemenway, '79. 

Mary Henry (Rossiter), '85. 

J. G. Hensel, '91. 

Harry O. Hill, '02. 

W. T. Hobart, '79. 

R. H. Holden, '90. 

W. H. Holmes, h., '89. 

W. E. Humphrey, '90. 

Caroline L. Hunt, '88. 

Elizabeth R. Hunt, '77. 



EvAN^TON — Continued. 

H. B. Hurd, h., '95. 

Henrietta M. Jennings (Gates), '93. 

Ernest C. Johnson, '92. 

J. A. Johnston, '01. 

Walter C. Jones, '98. 

H. M. Kidder, '59. 

Arthur H. Knox, '02. 
• Loren H. Knox, '92. 

Grace A. Lasher (Berry), '99. 

C. G. Lewis, '87. 

M. O. Lewis, '74. 

Frank E. Lord, '83. 

Isabel R. Low, '02. 

Frank McCluskey, '99. 

W. E. McLennan, '87. 

Mary Maltman (Bass), '91. 

Arba Martin, '00. 

Riley P. Martin, '90. 

Chester B. Masslich, '94. 

Georgia D. Mattison, '00. 

M. W. Mattison, '95. 

O. F. Mattison, h., '70. 

Olinia M. Mattison, '98. 

G. P. Merrick, '84. 

Terressa A. Metcalf (Bonar), '98. 

Alta D. Miller, '97. 

Annie M. Miller (Scott), '95. 

Esther M. Miller, '96. 

F. J. R. Mitchell, '96. 

Isabel R. Morse, '90. 

F. T. Murray, '96. 

W. H. Newcomb, '90. 

J. F. Gates, '93. 

J. P. Odell, '94. 

E. E. Dip, '00. 

F. E. Owen, '02. 
W. R. Parkes, '90. 
Amos W. Patten, '70. 
J. N. Pearce, '96. 
Harry P. Pearsons, '95. 
Henry A. Pearsons, '62. 
C. H. Pendleton, '98. 
Charles A. PhilHps, '92. 
William A. Phillips, '83. 
Ella M. Pierce (Brown), '99. 
Frances C. Pierce, '00. 

L. J. Pitner, '73. 

E. L. Pratt, '02. 

S. Ella Prindle (Patten), '79. 
C. S. Raddin, '84. 
Frederick D. Raymond, '72. 
James H. Raymond, '71. 
Gertrude H. Reed, '00. 
Louis S. Rice, '83. 

F. L. Richardson, '00. 



{h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



409 



ILLINOIS— Continued 



, EvANSTON — Continued. 

S. Rebecca Roland (Childs), '74. 
Jessie E. Ross (Moon), '99. 
H. E. RusseU, '01. 
Carla F. Sargent, '95. 
Jessie S. Sawyer, '97. 
Ward B. Sawyer, '91. 
Thomas Schreiber, '01. 
Jennie Neill Scott, '00. 
John A. Scott, '91. 
Walter D. Scott, '95. 
H. T. Scovill, '69. 
C. N. Sharp, '98. 
Margarethe Sheppard, '00. 
R. D. Sheppard, h., '79. 
Harold B. Shinn, '01. 
Robert Short, '01. 

E. L. Shuman, '87. 
Grace E. Shuman, '02. 
Lucy E. Shuman, '95. 
R. R. Shuman, '91. 
P. R. Shumway, '89. 
MabelH. SiUer, '01. 
N. E. Simonsen, '80. 
J. C. Singleton, '95. 
Anna M. Smith, '94. 
Ralph H. Smith, '92. 
Alice Spies (Peaks), '95. 
C. A. Stewart, '97. 
Lucy S. Stewart, '95. 
W. C. Stowe, '92. 

C. M. Stuart, h., '87. 
H. M. Swan, '02. 
Mary E. Tayler, '00. 
Minnie R. Terry, '91. 
M. S. Terry, h., '95. 
Effie E. Thayer, '01. 
Jane C. Thayer, '01. 

D. D. Thompson, h., '01. 
M. Edith Thompson, '00. 
Sadie A. Thompson, '02. 

C. M. Thorne, '99. 
Ginevra F. Tompkins, '96. 
Ada Townsend, '89. 

F. J. Truby, '01. 
Minnie B. Turner, '94. 

D. S. Ullrick, '02. 
R. O. Vandercook, '88. 
W. B. Walrath, '91. 
Effyan R. Wambaugh, '94. 
Stanley Ward, '02. 

E. H. Webster, h., '87. 
Helen F. Weeks (Jones), '85. 
H. E. Weese, '02. 
Ida Welch, '02. 
J. W. Welsh, '01. 



EvANSTON — Continued. 
C. P. Wheeler, '76. 
Jane H. White, '79. 

F. C. Whitehead, '89. 
R. J. Whitlock, '97. 

C. A. Wightman, '85. 
Nellie B. Wilkinson, '97. 

D. I. Williams, '02. 
R. E. Wilson, '98. 
Mary R. Window, '01. 
A. W. Woods, '00. 

Marion E. Zimmerman (Pooler), '01. 

Fairbury. 

R. B. Kipp, '02. 

Farmer City. 

L. P. Kincaid, '02. 

Freeport. 

Jennie E. Pattison (Kryder), '76. 
Mary E. Pattison, '76. 
Abbie F. Williams, '01. 

Fulton. 

G. I. Larash, '87. 

Galesburg. 

H. E. Griffith, '92. 

Galva. 

Charlotte E. Lyford (Boyd), '89. 
Olivia Peterson, '86. 

Geneseo. 

Frank Cook, '85. 
H. H. Frost, '01. 
Louise M. Taylor (White), '98. 

Oilman. 

Elsie D. Allen, '00. 

Glencoe. 

A. H. Culver, '93. 
A. D. Howard, g., '01. 
Nina F. Howard, '95. 
Otis McG. Howard, '89. 

Glenview. 

Lulu K. Melzer, '02. 

Golf. 

Ella E.Gary (Foster), '94. 

Grant Park. 

W. N. Machesney, '99. 

Griggsville. 

Abner Clarke, '78. 

Harmony. 

W. L. Eddy, '95. 

Harvard. 

T. R. Strobridge, '67. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 



Harvey. 

Mary R. Scott, '02. 
Havana. 

B. L. McFadden, '89. 
Hawthorne. 

H. B. WiUiams, '02. 
Hebron. 

G. T. Nesmith, '99. 
Highland Park. 

WiUiam King, '73. 

Cassie M. Scott (Gushing), '80. 

Mary E. Webster (Rice), '80. 
Hillsboro. 

Laura A. Wanless (Clotfelter), '92. 
Hinckley. 

W. McD. Ewing, '93. 
Hinsdale. 

Amy Jarrett (Holcomb), '90. 

A. R. Robinson, '75. 
Hospital. 

A. E. WiUiams, '99. 
Jacksonville. 

HelenM. Jewell, '01. 

E. M. Kinman, '78. 

JOLIET. 

W. F. Atchison, '84. 

Mary E. David, '87. 

Jessie E. Davison, '00. 

Anna G. Dunlop (Houston), '95. 

H. A. Eraser, '92. 

F. S. Haven, '95. 

Nellie A. Lewis (Barnes), '80. 
Emily B. Mack, '92. 

C. L. Stevens, '91. 

J. A. J. Whipple, '76. 
Kankakee. 

C. B. Campbell, '94. 

E. L. Longpre, '99. 

William J. Minium, '73. 

Emily Wheadon (Minium), '75. 
Kenilworth. 

Mabel K. Babcock, '89. 

G. M. Steele, h., '66. 
Kewanee. 

J. C. Bannister, '83. 

L. Isabel Bo wen (Lowe), '98. 

L. H. Lowe, '96. 

Mary J. Pierson (Mettler), '95. 

KiRKWOOD. 

Myra E. Tubbs (Ricketts), '94. 

Knoxville. 

W. E. Myers, '99. 



Lacon. 
, R. B. Edwards, '72. 
Lafayette. 

A. M. Jaynes, '93. 
LaGrange. 

B. H. Eldridge, '73. 
Charlotte B. Hayes (Moyer), '94. 

Lake Bluff. 

A. L. Fisher, '99. 

Isabella Ross, '83. 
LaSalle. 

James R. Hamilton, '90. 
LaVergne. 

InaM. Evans, '01. 
Lemont. 

W. O. Bellamy, '00. 
Lena. 

J. W. Funston, '96. 

Lincoln. 

H. F. Wakeman, '91. 

LOCKPORT. 

O. O. Townsend, '02. 

McHenry. 

Stella Nordquist, '01. 

Malden. 

T. C. Warrington, '80. 

Manhattan. 

Helen M. Baker, '01. 

Marengo. 

N. J. Harkness, '82. 
Louie B. Hart, '00. 

Marseilles. 

Marion Holmes, '02. 

A. L. Stebbings, '93. 
Maywood. 

J. P. Adams, '91. 

W. B. Norton, '80. 

Mendon. 

Lilian F. Bayne, '02. 

Mendota. 

Jennie M. Anderson, '02. 
Charles E. Cook, '79. 
Edgar P. Cook, Jr., '92. 

MiNOOKA. 

L. P. Warrington, '80. 
Frances S. Watson, '96. 
Lottie B. Watson, '95. 

MOLIXE. 

Edith J. Broomhall, '98. 



\h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 




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ILLINOIS— Continued 



411 



MOMENCE. 

Alice M. Gray (Kallander), '94. 
R. B. Seaman, '77. 
C. F. Shronts, '92. 
Monmouth. 

F. W. Merrell, '82. 
Emily I. Rodgers, '99. 
Mary E. Sumner, '88. 

Morgan Park. 

G. W. Winslow, '67. 
Morris. 

Mary B. Holderman, '91. 

Mount Carroll. 

Ada M. Griggs, '96. 
C. W. Thornton, '77. 

Mount Morris. 
C. H. Sharer, '83. 

Mount Vernon. 

M. J. Seed, '02. 
Naperville. 

F. H. Lane, '95. 

H. C. Rassweiler, '98. 
New Milford. 

J. M. Cormack, '81. 

Maude E. Miller (Cormack), '99. 
Normal. 

W. C. Knapp, '68. 

NUNDA. 

W. B. Doble, '92. 
Sarah V. Harden, '02. 
Oak Park. 

L. W. Beebe, '94. 

G. J. Gilbert, '96. 
J. E. Hunt, '88. 
E. K. Kerr, '96. 
R. J. Kerr, '94. 
Arthur Pattison, '88. 
C. H. Robison, '95. 

Odell. 

Catharine Kinnison, '01. 
Onarga. 

George Booth, '96. 

Harriet Morse (Barnete), '97. 

G. R. Palmer, h., '77. 

Frances C. Rawlins, '02. 
Oregon. 

E. S. Hady, g., '95. 

F. A. HiUs, '75. 
W. H. Otjen, '82. 

Ottawa. 

W. D. Fullerton, '85. 

G. P. Hills, '93. 



Palatine. 

D. J. Holmes, Jr., '95. 

M. Imogene Kean, '00. 
Park Ridge. 

Grace E. Germain (Holmes), '94. 

May Thistlewood (Ericson), '98. 
Pekin. 

Jean M. Ferguson, '00. 
Peoria. 

Charles Hazzard, '95. 

A. C. Kelley, '01. 

S. M. Miller, '96. 
Peotone. 

John Lee, '82. 

C. S. Winslow, '98. 
Piper City. 

Carey Culbertson, '95. 
Plano. 

Alfred Cook, '77. 

FrankW. Lord, '76. 

Pontiac. 

Mary A. Peart (Foster), '86. 
Port Byron. 

Lucy Lyford, '02. 

Princeton. 

Mary C. Ferris, '01. 
Celia D. Greenwood, '01. 
J. H. Odgers, '90. 

Prophetstown. 

S. H. Wirsching, '96. 

Quincy. 

Nelly C. Danely (Brooke r), '97. 
Merle Janes, '98. 

C. W. Pearson, '71. 

D. B. Rawlins, '95. 

River Forest. 

Frank Little, '88. 

Mabelle Thatcher (Little), '88. 

Rock Falls. 

J. N. Dingle, '94. 

Rockford. 

A. D. Early, '77. 
Arthur E. Elmore, '89. 
Winifred Gray, '96. 
W. B. Helm, '81. 
W.D.Nash, ST., '01. 
R. H. Pooley, '82. 
Edna Rutledge, '00. 

E. M. St. John, '96. 

Martha G. Skelton (Pooley), '81. 
Emily F. Wheeler, '75. 
R. D. Williams, '96. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 



Rock Island. 

J. W. Frizzelle, '88. 
Elhanon J. Searle, '59. 
Jennie B. Sturgeon, '01. 

ROSSVILLE. 

RubyE. Rawll, '01. 

RUSHVILLE. 

Henry B. Fisher, '96. 

Jessie M. Sweeney (Fisher), '96. 

St. Charles. 

H. G. Behner, '99. 

Savanna. 

Harriet E. Harbaugh, '02. 
C. N. Jenks, '96. 

Seneca. 

Elias W. Ward, '94. 

Sheldon. 

Bertha Anderson, '99. 

Sheridan. 

J. B. MacGuffin, '67. 

Springfield. 

R. G. Hobbs, '74. 
C. R. Paul, '72. 
J. W. Scott, '74. 
EldaL. Smith, '01. 

Spring Valley. 

R. V. DeGroff, '81. 

Sterling. 

Henry Green, '73. 

Jessie L. Paddock (Petty), '99. 

Stockton. 

Edna D. Crouse, '02. 

Sycamore. 

J. N. Adee, '91. 
J. M. Phar, '01. 

Tuscola. 

A. Estelle Caraway, '98. 
Blanche Caraway, '89. 
Jessie W. Jeffrey, '01. 
Maude M. Peters, '01. 



Urban a. 

T. J. BurrilL h., '76. 

Walnut. 

James Potter, '95. 
Warren. 

Mary Bayne (Hilliard), '79. 

Washburn. 
• G. O. Barnes, '90. 

Watseka. 

Livonia R. Kay, '91. 

Waukegan. 

H. W. Blodgett, h., '91. 

C. W. Hudson, '76. 

C. H. King, '96. 

Edith Patterson (King), '96. 

W. J. Stebbins, '96. 

Wheaton. 

G. H. Tomlinson, '98. 

Wilmette. 

E. C. Arnold, '73. 

Helen Babcock (Latham), '92. 

F. W. Gillette, '96. 
Eva R. Hall, '90. 
Susan M. Knox, '01. 
C. R. Latham, '94. 
C. J. Michelet, '80. 
C. H. Mowry, '98. 
May E. Park, '02. 
W. W. Pierson, '02. 

G. W. Springer, '90. 
S. E. Wheelock, '00. 

Winnebago. 

Alice M. Benham, '02. 

WiNNETKA. 

W. S. Asher, '95. 
Eva Struggles, '02. 

Woodstock. 

C. S. Northrop, '78. 

C. B. Wright, '89. 

Wyanet. 

D. D. Vaughan, '00. 



Anderson. 

J. S. Conwell, '82. 

BOSWELL. 

J. G. Windsor, '00. 
Crawfordsville. 
E. A. Schell, '86. 



INDIANA 

Danville. 

E. D. Smith, '98. 
Elkhart. 

N. E. Byers, '98. 

EVANSVILLE. 

R. K. Nisbet, '91. 
[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



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413 



INDIANA—Continued 



Nettie L. Bryant, '00. 

Indianapolis. 

Theresa Ludlow (Benedict), '89. 
A. W. Penny, '71. 

KOKOMO. 

H. N. Herrick, '81. 

Lafayette. 

H. L. Kindig, '86. 

Linden. 

John Montcalm Brown, '98. 

LOGANSPORT. 

Amelia D. Heppe, '98. 

Lowell. 

D. D. Hoagland, '00. 

MONON. 

W. D. Handley, '95. 

North Manchester. 

F. W. Beers, '89. 

Mary E. Comstock (Beers), '97. 
Plymouth. 

Esther L. Stowe, '02. 



Rochester. 

G. L. Conley, '88. 
South Bend. 

E. P. Bennett, '96. 

NelHe F. C. Bray (Bennett), '96. 
South Whitley. 

J. E. Remington, '99. 

Mary C. Strickler, '00. 
Terre Haute. 

R. F. Earhart, '93. 

A. J. Waller, '96. 
Thorntown. 

Lelia C. Bassett, g., '01. 
Upland. 

Mary H. McLaughlin, '00. 

ViNCENNES. 

R. B. Jessup, '80. 
Wabash. 

Clara E. Semans, '00. 
Warsaw. 

Frances M. Sharp, '02. 

Whiting. 

A. J. Folsom, g., '00. 



IOWA 



Algona. 

Florence M. Call (Cowles), '84. 
Atlantic. 

E. Inez Payton, '01. 
Bedford. 

Elizabeth D. Sanborn (Thompson) , 
'93. 

[Blue Grass. 

W.D. Barnes, '91. 

Boone. 

M. P. Mitchell, '98. 

Burlington. 

G. N. Power, '91. 

Cedar Falls. 

F. H. Cutler, '77. 

Cedar Rapids. 

Barry Gilbert, '99. 

Cherokee. 

Lulu G. Eldridge, '00. 
E. D. Huxford, '85. 

Coon Rapids. 

Bertha G. Goodwin (Garst), '78. 

Corning. 

Ida J. Okey, '94. . 

[h. indicates honorary 



Council Bluffs. 

E. W. Erickson, '90. 
G. W. Hewitt, '80. 

Davenport. 

Harriet L. Osgood (McCuUough), 
'92. 



Decorah. 

Cecil E. Thomas, '02. 

Delmar. 

Ella V. Ambrose (Davis), '79. 

Des Moines. 

Elizabeth M. Brown (Howell), '90. 

Caroline Clifford (Burbank), '90. 

H. R. Howell, '89. 

W. L. McGarry, '74. 

LoulaM. Mann, '01. 

Hattie M. Bilharz (VoUmar), '97. 

E. E. Scott, '90. 

Ruth Woolson, '02. 

Dexter. 

A. E. George, '02. 
Dubuque. 

H. D. Atchison, '87. 
Epworth, 

H. R. DeBra, '98. 

., graduate.] 



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IOWA— Continued 



ESTHERVILLE. 

Gail Horswell, '96. 

EXIRA. 

J. E. Nichol, '81. 
Fayette. 

Persis J. Hurd (Alderson), g., '93. 
Fort Dodge. 

Charlotte E. Goetzman, '94. 
Fort Madison. 

E. F. Potter, '76. 
Grinnell. 

Blanche E. Snider, '01. 
Humboldt. 

P. C. Money, '99. 
Iowa City. 

Ida E. Sawyer, '96. 
Ireton. 

J. H. Pryor, '80. 

KiLBOURNE, 

A. C. Minear, g., '02. 
Lyons. 

C. L. Root, '78. 
Maquoketa. 

Agnes Wegener, '01. 
Maxwell. 

C. M. Denny, '90. 

Mabel Sheldon (Denny), '90. 
Mediapolis. 

H. P. Wilson, '93. 
Mount Vernon. 

Theodora U. Irvine, '97. 

Thomas Nicholson, '93. 



Muscatine. 

E. S. Batterson, '96. 

D. V. Jackson, '79. 
Northwood. 

N. Blanche Eckert (Zollinger), '98. 

W. F. White, '01. 
Ogden. 

W. B. Read, '99. 
Onawa. 

Clara B. Eckert (Cobb), '95. 
Osage. 

Lina Kennedy (Preston), '91. 
Ottumwa. 

A. E. Craig, '90. 

Clara Tucker (Craig), '90. 

A. W. McPherson, '76. 
Postville. 

Alice J. Burling, g., '99. 
Rock Rapids. 

C. J. Miller, '94. 

Sioux City. 

E. F. Burchard, '00. 
W. C. Estes, '74. 
Friederica C. Hansen, '98. 

Waterloo. 

J. R. Allen, '69. 
J. W. Bissell, '67. 

Webb. 

M. D. Bush, '98. 

Weston. 

C. S. Gillespie, '01. 



KANSAS 



Emporia. 

J. H. Hill, '86. 
Independence. 

Albert R. Jones, '99. 
Kansas City. 

C. A. Foulks, '80. 
Manhattan. 

F. C. Lockwood, g., '96. 
Stafford. 

G. H. Parkinson, '02. 



Valley Falls. 

T. M. Aderhold, g., '02. 

Wichita. 

R. J. CampbeU, '02. 

Winfield. 

F. C. Demorest, '90. 

Edith E. Heaps (Pierce), '99. 

E. H. Pierce, '96. 



Cherryfield. 

Josie B. Crandon (Nash), '87. 



MAINE 

Lewiston Falls. 
Ozro Roys, '71. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



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415 



MARYLAND 



Baltimore. 

C. E. MelviUe, '01. 
E. B. Patterson, '84. 
W. H. H. Raleigh, '60. 



Adams. 

W. W. Carr, '77. 

AUBURNDALE. 

C. C. Bragdon, '65. 
Boston. 

J. B. Ambrose, '90. 
H.S.Baker. '01. 
W. W. Cumnock, '01. 
S. F. Jones, h., '87. 
J. E. Smiley, '02. 
S. G. Ward, '02. 
Cambridge. 

J. B. Ames, h., '03. 
Edwin Balmer, '02. 
M. M. Bigelow, h., '96. 

D. St. J. Bobb, '99. 
P. G. A. Busse, '00. 
J. M. Chambers, '96. 

E. A. Greenlaw, '97. 
Laura S. Hapgood, '00. 
A. T. Lloyd, '01. 

E. R. Perry, '00. 



Adrian. 

Angelina E. Seabrook, ' 
Agricultural College. 

A. H. Taylor, '02. 
Albion. 

E. W. Engstrom, '98. 
Ann Arbor. 

A. B. Prescott, h., '03. 

Fred M. Taylor, '76. 

W. H. Wait, '79. 
Bessemer. 

J. L. Heatheock; '98. 
Big Rapids. 

D. C. Riehl, '74. 
Clare. 

W. J. Hathaway, '77. 
Detour. 

Anna L. Hitchcock, '94 
Detroit, 

Esther L. Anderson, '9^ 

G. Albert Moore, '02. 

O. W. WilHts, '74. 



Fort Washington. 
R. W. Springer, '87. 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Cambridge — Continued. 

A. D. Sanders, Jr., '02. 

H. B. Smith, '02. 

R. S. Sturgeon, '00. 

J. A. Walz, '92. 

W. M. Williams, '00. 
Fall River. 

M. S. Kaufman, '74. 
Franklin. 

H. O. Enwall, '02. ' 
Lawrence. 

A. J. Northrup, '00. 
Lowell. 

L. E. Bell, '84. 
North Brookfield. 

Mary E. Garst (Smith), '78. 

ROXBURY. 

A. S. Kimball, '77. 
Worcester. 

J. N. Gates, '97. 
J. L. Harrison, '75. 



MICHIGAN 



02. 



Eagle River. 

A. O. Hammond, '02. 

ESCANABA. 

Florence Wegener, '01. 

Grand Rapids. 

Lulu B. Berkey, '00. 

Hartford. 

G. F. Craig, '96. 

Highland Park. 
J. H. Potts, h., '82. 

Ionia. 

Effie I. Roberts, '00. 

Ironwood. 

F. H. Haller, '98. 

Anne L. White (Haller), '98. 

Ishpeming. 

Cecil E. Zimmerman, '96. 

Kalamazoo. 

F. E. Knappen, '77. 
Rush McNair, '85. 



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MICHIGAN- -Continued 



Lake Linden. 

Alice T. Comings, '01. 
Manistee. 

W. H. Phelps, g., '95. 
Marquette. 

May M. Logeman, '00. 
Mendon. 

G. L. Yaple, '71. 
Menominee. 

Mary F. Brownell, '98. 

Jessie R. Phillips, '95. 
Mt. Pleasant. 

Joseph Dutton, '01. 
Norwood. 

W. W. Aylesworth, '94. 

Jane Chase, '99. 



Olivet. 

N. F. Smith, '92. 

C. H. Woolbert, '00. 
Stambaugh. 

Sadie Beardslee, '02. 
Traverse City. 

Hugh Kennedy, '95. 
White Pigeon. 

Rhoda M. Gooch, '02. 

A. J. Wheeler, '66. 
Ypsilanti, 

M. Joy Lombard, '01. 



MINNESOTA 



Dover. 

W. E. Bennett, '97. 
Elgin. 

J. Elnora Richardson, '99. 
Geneva. 

A. F. Butters, '94. 

HiBBING. 

F. C. Roberts, '93. 
Kenyon. 

Lillian L. Jose, '01. 
Minneapolis. 

D. W. Casseday, '74. 
F. F. Casseday, '77. 

Mary E. Clarke (Williams), '90. 

E. J. Harrison, '72. 
Charles Horswell, '84. 
R. B. Hostetler, '75. 

D. A. Lindsey, '73. 

E. E. McDermott, '85. 
W. L. Martin, '74. 

Helen M. Redfield (Horswell), '84. 

C. G. Root, '69. 

W. I. Thomas, '95. 
Morris. 

S. S. Farley, '89. 
Northfield. 

Ellen F. Marsh, '88. 



Owatonna. 

Mabel E. Peck (Luce), '89. 

Redwood Falls. 

Martha Hinkel, '01. 

Rochester. 

J. G. Cross, g., '95. 

G. B. Knowlton, '00. 

Anna C. Reimers (Richardson), '97. 

Edith M. Richardson, '01. 

St. James. 

G. W. Seager, '01. 

M. Gertrude Seager, '94. 

St. Paul. 

Jessie E. Eversz (Manchester), '95. 
J. M. Hawks, '74. 
J. S. King, '01. 
Florence M. Longley, '00. 
Gertrude E. Simmons (Pearson), 

'91. 
Sidney Watson, '85. 

Winona. 

Annie L. Dyar, '01. 
Anne Metcalf (Thomas), '00. 
J. F. Stout, '75. 
F.H.Thatcher, '81. 
P. E. Thomas. '00. 



Holly Springs. 

William Clay, h., '72 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Jackson. 

C. B. Galloway, h., '94. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 




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417 



MISSOURI 



Cameron. 

W. F. Null, '97. 
Carthage. 

Bessie Baker, '00. 
Chillicothe. 

B. F. BeazeU, '93. 
Mary L. Milbank, '98. 

Kansas City. 

T. C. Bradley, '77. 

Nellie B. Burrows, '97. 

L. Edna Howell, '02. 

S. C. McPherrin, '76. 

Jessie Moore (McPherrin), '79. 

W. T. Scott, '93. 

C. B. Spencer, '81. 
H. P. Wright, '87. 

Macon. 

J. J. Hicks, '97. 



Marionville. 

W. E. Howard, '99. 
St. Louis. 

S. P. Hart, '02. 

Katherine L. Janes (Witter), '97. 

F. L. Johnson, '94. 

Beulah E. Merville (Spofford), '96. 

F. G. Middlekauff, '87. 

C. W. Spofford, '96. 

C. E. Witter, '97. 
Sedalia. 

Faith E. Smith, '96. 
Seneca. 

John Janssen, '95. 
Springfield. 

John C. Baker, '01. 
Webb City. 

W. L. Herdien, '98. 



MONTANA 



Helena. 

J. P. MacCarthy, g., '94. 
Philipsburg. 

Annie H. Price, '94. 



Cedar Rapids. 

Jens Anderson, '99. 

Falls City. 

E. H. Towle, '92, 

Grand Island. 
B. H. Paine, '94. 

Lexington. 

■J Oscar Middlekauff, '88. 
be 
P 
YO 



Virginia City. 

Paul M. Adams, '99. 



NEBRASKA 



rCOLN. 

N. A. Martin, '88. 



iYONS. 

J. W. R. Conner, '97. 

Nebraska City. 

011a Stevenson, '02. 



Omaha. 

Hester E. Benn, '01. 

M. C. Cole, '00. 

L. O. Perley, '86. 

Ruth E. Phillippi, '99. 
Spring VIEW. 

L. A. Wilson, '97. 
Stromsburg. 

James Mailley, '92. 
Sutton. 

Hiram Curtiss, '69. 
University Place. 

F. A. Alabaster, '90. 

M. L. Wickman, '90. 
Wakefield. 

J. H. Brooks, '67. 



NEW JERSEY 



Longport. 

J. p. Remington, h., '99. 
Maplewood. 

Grace Ida Foster (Herben), '89. 

S. J. Herben, '89. 
Mendham. 

George Mooney, '94. 



Newark. 

R. H. Henderson, '02. 



Paterson. 

John Krantz, Jr. 



'76. 




Vailsburg. 

Henry Caddock, '88. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



418 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



NEW MEXICO 



Albuquerque . 

Julia P. Fitch (Goss), '88. 



Rahon. 

Mary L. Anderson, '95. 



NEW YORK 



Albany. 

C. H. Quereau, 78. 

Aurora. 

Elfrieda Hochbaum, '99. 

Brooklyn. 

A. J. EUiott, '02. 
N. D. HiUis, h., '92. 

F. H. West, 02. 

Cazenovia. 

D. W. Terry, Jr., '92. 

Clarence. 

W. B. Robinson, '74. 

Clifton Springs. 
L. H. Pearee, '66. 

College Point. 

Mary Jones (Schlesinger), '89. 

Fayette ville. 

C. B. Thwing, '88. 

Herkimer. 

Mary B. Swail (Wilkinson), '85. 

Highland. 

G. H. Smith, '74. 

Ithaca. 

C. G. Brown, '96. 

Lima. 

H. M. Tilroe, '00. 



New York. 

M. A. Bigelow, g., '96. 

Frederick Henry Cox, '96. 

H. M. Echlin, '92. 

Mrs. Frances Buckley Embree, '96. 

C. H. Fahs, '98. 

W. H. Harris, '78. 

T. Van H. Hart, '00. 

Adella G. Maltbie (Dickman), '84. 

M. R. Maltbie, g., '93. 

G. C. Mars, '85. 

Anna Neiglick (Bigelow), '95. 

F. A. Reynolds, '91. 

Anna E. Robinson (Ridgway), '9 J 
W. D. Sargent, '84. 
Ida M. Schottenfels, '92. 
Bond Stow, '87. 

G. E. Strobridge, '64. 
J. C. Thomas, '66. 
Marie L. Vimont, '01. 
F. S. Wheeler, '81. 

S.H. Mclntyre, '71. 
South Byron. 

A. B. Blades, '00. 
Syracuse. 

J. R. Day, h., '96. 

R. A. Porter, '01. 
Turin. 

George Merritt, '80. 
Walworth. 

W. O. Peet, '72. 



Durham. 

John C. Ransmeier, '94. 



NORTH CAROLINA 



NORTH DAKOTA 



Fargo. Penn. 

F. J. Campbell, '87. Bornhard Larson, '00. 

Frances E. Hubbell (Leonard), '89. 
H. G. Leonard, '89. 



OHIO 



Athens. 

Harriet C. Lamb, '97. 



BUCYRUS. 

Duston Kemble, '80. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 




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419 



Cincinnati. 

Clare H. HaU, '00. 

C. L. Myers, '95. 
Cleveland. 

M. S. Robison, Jr., '77. 
Columbus. 

M. C. Spaulding, '60. 

O. H. Swezey, g., '97. 
Columbus Grove. 

W. M. Crawford, '02. 

Coshocton. 

T. A. Knott, '02. 

Delaware. 

J. W. Bashford, h., '90. 



OHIO— Continued 



Pioneer. 

May Hadley, '97. 
Tiffin. 

Orlando Shepard, '89. 
Toledo. 

W. G. Waters, h., '79. 
Wellsville. 

Grace I. Van Sickle, '98. 
West Williamsfield. 

Amy C. Kellogg (Morse), '7i 
White Cottage. 

D. D. Canfield, '94. 
Youngstown. 

R. H. Wilkinson, '98. 



Alva. 

H. T. Parsons, '98. 
G. H. Wilkinson, '< 



OKLAHOMA 



Sickles. 

W. R. Light, '85. 



Adams. 

G. O. Richardson, '88. 
Albany. 

M. C. Wire, '74. 



OREGON 



Baker City. 

W. C. Chase, '^6. 
E. F. Herdien, '98. 



Altoona. 

J. E. Bell, '76. 

BURGETTSTOWN. 

L. W. Warren. '97. 
Clarion. 

Samuel Weir, '89. 
Meadville. 

W. H. Crawford, '84. 
Philadelphia. 

I J. Q. Adams, '89. 
i W. W. Keen, h., '03. 
once. 
S. A. Maltman, '91. 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Philadelphia — Continued. 
E. C. Kirk, h., '03. 
A. G. Terry, '01. 
Luanna M. Vernon, '91. 

Pittsburg. 

J. J. Shuman, '90. 

South Bethlehem. 
E. J. Lipps, '80. 

Washington. 

David Sterrett, '62. 

PORTO RICO 



RHODE ISLAND 



Providence. 

Anna C. Towle, '87. 
Frances Towle (Collins), '87. 




[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



420 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



Bradley. 

James Trewartha, '74. 
Brookings. 

T. O. Edgar, '01. 

E. C. Quereau, '88. 
Deadwood. 

Grace G. Clough, '96. 
Elk Point. 

T. J. Woodcock, Jr., '90. 
Lead. 

E. J. Hanmer, '02. 

Henry Hanson, '02, 
Madison. 

Isabel Larsen, '01. 

Cora M. Rawlins, '92. 

Mary Wadden, '02. 



Meblette. 

A. S. Mason, '92. 

Mitchell. 

Gertrude L. Chappell, '00. 

St. Lawrence. 

May E. Parks (King), '78. 

Sioux Falls. 

W. H. Jordan, h., '95. 

Sisseton. 

L. L. Lane, '96. 
W. D. Lane, '96. 

Vermillion. 

C. S. Thorns, '88. 

Watertown. 

E. C. Adams, '79. 



TENNESSEE 



Chattanooga. 

G. E. Ackerman, '78. 

D. H. Bloom, '85. 

S. L. Boddy, '85. 

Ellen M. Sawyer (Bloom), '85. 



Memphis, 

Ethel C. Zimmerman, '95. 



TEXAS 



Beaumont. 

C. M. EUinwood, '76. 

C. A. Place, '86. 
Big Springs, 

Caroline McCabe (Morgan), 

El Paso. 

Ida Stuart (Breed), '78. 



'01. 



Fort Worth. 

J. F. Boeye, '96. 

R. M. Pease, '98. 
San Antonio. 

EUa M. Tarr (Thomson), '82. 



Aneth. 

H. R. Antes, '77. 
Ogden. 

E. I. Goshen, '94. 
Park City. 

J. H. Hance, '01. 



UTAH 



Salt Lake City. 

C. G. Plummer, '84. 
Maude Martha Smith (Gorham), 
'92. 



Middlbbury. 

Jessica L. Eddy, '95. 



VERMONT 



Berkley. 

R. A. McPherrin, '82. 



VIRGINIA 



BoN Air. 

Miriam E. Prindle, '96. 



[h. indicates honorary ; g., graduate.] 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



421 



WASHINGTON 



'Anacortes. 

A. G. Morse, '00. 

Everett. 

WiUiam Sheller, '96. 

POMEROY. 

R. J. Reid, '98. 



Seattle. 

C. E. Lambert, '75. 

Tacoma. 

W. S. Arnold, '76. 
J. R. Edwards, '78. 
A. H. Denman, '83. 
Leonie T. Lyon, '01. 



WISCONSIN 



Appleton. 

Lulu A. Abernethy (Harker), '96. 
Ray C. Harker, '91. 
DeForest M. Hyde, '74. 

Ashland. 

A. P. Haagensen, '90. 
Annie M. Montgomery, '01. 

Baldwin. 

Elva Barber (Bailey), '94. 

Black River Falls. 
C. H. Bucks, '92. 

Burlington. 

Florence M. Patterson, '98. 
Minnie L. Patterson, '96. 

Columbus. 

M. S. Pettit^ '96. 

Edgar. 

G. E. Nichols, '01. 

Elroy. 

Ina Zilisch, '02. 

Fort Atkinson. 

H. lies McNeill, '96. 

Green Bay. 

Lizzie A. Hill (Leek), '87. 
A. C. Larsen, '97. 
L. R. Larsen, '01. 

HiNGHAM. 

Marietta M. Murray (Stretton), '93. 

HORICON. 

H. L. Houghton, '97. 



lNESVILLE. 

David W. Holmes. 



lUKAUNA. 

John Schneider, 

Lenosha. 

Nathan R. Allen, 



'81, 



'76 



Crosse. 

L. C. Colman, '75. 

Alice M. Monk, '98. 



Madison. 

Josephine Fitch (Whitson), '94. 
H. E. Patten, '94. 
C. S. Slichter, '85. 

Marshfield. 

Bessie B. Hutchison, '99. 

Menasha. 

M. H. Baird, '02. 

Menomonie. 

John C. Pierson, Jr., '99. 

MiLFORD. 

E. D. Eaton, h., '87. 

Milwaukee. 

J. M. Beffel, g., '98. 

A. S. Capron, '01. 

Mary E. Demorest, '93. 

Eltinge Elmore, '72. 

Helen M. Holden, '87. 

E. S. Hutchins, '97. 

M. D. KimbaU, '72. 

Elizabeth C. McArthur (May), '81. 

EUaM. Masden, '01. 

G. W. Muhleman, '99. 

Mary B. Peterson, '93. 

Amos A. Smith, "72. 

Mineral Point. 

Matilda P. Hutchison, 
W. F. Tomlinson, '93. 

New London. 

Isaac Johnson, '88. 

Oconto. 

AHce C. Doland, '00. 

OSHKOSH. 

Lizzie B. Noyes, '89. 

Racine. 

H. A. Cooper, '73. 

RiPON. 

E. D. Denison, '99. 
Myrtle V. Whitney, '91. 

Sheboygan. 

W. A. Newing, '95. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



'87. 



'96. 



422 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



WISCONSIN— Continued 



Waupaca. 

George W. White, 79. 
Wautoma. 

Andrew Beernink, '99. 
West Allis. 

C. W. Turner, 75. 
West Depere. 

W. G. Quade, '01. 



West Salem. 

R. Van B. Dunlap, '02. 
West Superior. 

A. T. Conrad, '01. 

B. B. James, '81. 
Whitewater. 

Emma M. Dahlen, '01. 



FOREIGN COUNTRIES 



Inhambane. 

F. D. Wolf, '01. 



AFRICA 



Umtali. 

John M. Springer, '99. 



Buenos Ayres. 

A. W. Greenman, '80. 
William F. Rice, '94. 



Vienna. 

Adolf Lorenz, h., '02. 



Rangoon. 

C. Josephine Stahl, '92. 



Montreal. 

Fanny C. Gates, '94. 



Iquique. 

Harwin B. Shinn, '99. 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC 



AUSTRIA 



BRITISH BURMAH 



CANADA 



CHILE 



CHINA 



Chentu. 

H. O. Cady, '83. 
Chungking. 

Spencer Lewis, '79. 

FOOCHOW. 

Emma Nind (Lacy), '80. 
W. H. Lacy, '81. 
Ben H. Marsh, '98. 
Hankow. 

L. S. Wilcox, '71. 



HiNGHUA. 

F. L. Guthrie, '95. 

KUCHENG. 

W. A. Main, '96. 
Nanking. 

A. J. Bowen, '97. 
Wilbur F. Wilson, '96. 

Peking. 

B. L. St. John, '98. 

lo Barnes (St. John), '02. 



[h. indicates honorary.] 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



423 



INDIA 



Allahabad. 

Dennis C. Clancy, '94. 
Bareilly. 

J. H. Gill, 70. 
Bombay. 

H. R. Calkins, '88. 
Calcutta. 

B. R. Barber, '98. 

M. Loretta Clarke (Barber), '99. 



Gulbarga. 

H. G. Ozanne. '99. 
Meerut. 

Melva A. Livermore, '97. 

Annie S. Winslow, '01. 
Naini Tal. 

J. C. Butcher, '81. 

POONA. 

D. O. Fox, '71. 



Nagota. 

Sadanosuke Kokubo, '98, 



JAPAN 



TOKIO. 

G. H. HorsweU, '79. 



MALAYSIA 



Singapore. 

J. R. Denyes. '95. 
K. E. Pease, '01. 



City of Mexico. 
G. J. Hough, '95. 
Harry H. Miller, '82. 



MEXICO 



Guanajuato. 

J. H. Rodgers, '01. 
Leon. 

I. C. Cartwright, '88. 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 



Ceb(J. 

Elizabeth B. Campbell (Pieters), 
'99. 



Tacloban. 

O. S. Medlar, '99. 



INDEX OF ALUMNI OF COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 

INCLUDING LATEST CHANGES OF ADDRESSES 
NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Abbey, Charles P., 249 W?nthrop Ave., Chicago, 197. 

Abel, Almon C, 2519 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 255. 

Abemethy, Lulu A. (Harker), Appleton, Wis., 267. 

Ackerman, George E., Fairview Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn., 124. 

Adams, Edward Carle, Watertown, S. Dak., 131. 

Adams, Isaac E., 131. 

Adams, John P., Maywood, 111., 213. 

Adams, John Q., 3803 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa., 197. 

Adams, Paul M., Virginia City, Mont., 304. 
*Adams, William H. H., 76. 

Adams, Zella F., 624 Church St., Evanston, 111., 165. 

Adee, John N., Sycamore, 111., 214. 
'02. grAderhold, Thomas M., Valley Falls, Kan., 373. 

Agat, Isaiah, 1037 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, 292. 
*Ainsworth, Oramel C, 292. 

Alabaster, Fanny G., 437 S. Waller Ave., Austin, Chicago, 111., 
233. 

Alabaster, Francis A., University Place, Neb., 205. 

Alabaster, John L., 1608 Ashland Ave., Evanston, 111., 221. 

Alden, William T., Calumet Club, Chicago, 222. 

Alderson (see Hurd, Persis J.). 

Aldrich, Charles S., 602 North Second Ave., Canton, 111., 233. 

Allen, Cora (McElroy), 67 Bowen Ave., Chicago, 187. 

Allen, Elsie Dodd, Gilman, lU., 318. 

Allen, Jacob R., Waterloo, la., 73. 

Allen, Nathan R., Kenosha, Wis., 109. 

Ailing, Belle E. (Raddin), 2032 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111., 187. 

Ailing, Kate M. (Thomas), Eaton, Col., 178. 

Ambrose, Ella V. (Davis), Delmar, la., 131. 
'79. /lAmbrose, James C, 381. 

Ambrose, Jay B., 31 Newbury St., Boston, Mass., 205. 

Ambrose, Lodilla, 1714 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 179. 
03. /lAmes, James B., Cambridge, Mass., 394. 

Andersen, Martin L., 116. 

Anderson, Bertha, Sheldon, 111., 305. 

Anderson, Esther L., Y. W. C. A., Detroit, Mich., 293. 

Anderson, Jennie M., Mendota, 111., 347. 

Anderson, Jens, Cedar Rapids, Neb., 305. 

Anderson, Mary Lucinda, Raton, New Mexico, 255. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 
424 



NO. CLASS. 


529. 


'89. 


796. 


'95. 


853. 


'96. 


245. 


'78. 


272. 


'79. 


273. 


'79. 


603. 


'91. 


530. 


'89. 


1059. 


'99. 


59. 


'70. 


403. 


'84. 


604. 


'91. 


1437. 


'02. 


993. 


'98. 


994. 


'98. 


696. 


'93. 


563. 


'90. 


642. 


'92. 


643. 


'92. 


697. 


'93. 


490. 


'88. 


1138. 


'00. 


49. 


'69. 


184. 


'76. 


491. 


'88. 


456. 


'87. 


274. 


'79. 


1474. 


'79. 


564. 


'90. 


457. 


'87. 


1530. 


'03. 


214. 


'77. 


1060. 


'99. 


995. 


'98. 


1320. 


'02. 


1061. 


'99. 


797. 


'95. 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



425 



NO. 


CLASS. 


854. 


'96. 


1501. 


'88. 


246. 


'78. 


329. 


'81. 


1465. 


'76. 


458. 


'87. 


1. 


'59. 


215. 


'77. 


185. 


'76. 


110. 


'73. 


186. 


'76. 


798. 


'95. 


1527. 


'00. 


737. 


'94. 


459. 


'87. 


404. 


'84. 


799. 


'95. 


738. 


'94. 


156. 


'75. 


531. 


'89. 


644. 


'92. 


532. 


'89. 


1321. 


'02. 


50. 


'69. 


941. 


'97. 


1139. 


'00. 


739. 


'94. 


645. 


'92. 


1219. 


'01. 


1220. 


'01. 


1221. 


'01. 


1322. 


'02. 


1438. 


'02. 


1222. 


'01. 


51. 


'69. 


26. 


'63. 


383. 


'83. 


996. 


'98. 


740. 


'94. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



*Anderson, Sara E. (Hall), 267. 

/iAndrew, Mrs. Elizabeth W., 679, 16th St., Oakland, Cal., 386. 

Andrews, Edward W., 2525 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 125. 

Andrews, Frank T., 4589 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 145. 
/i Andrews, Matthew, 380. 

Andrews, Wilber J., Berwyn, 111., 179. 

Andrews (see Baker, Ethel). 
*Annis, Thomas E., 59. 

Antes, Howard R., Aneth, Utah, 117. 

Appleton, Alanson S., 109. 

Arnold, Edwin C, Wilmette, III, 91. 

Arnold, William S., 902 South 9th St., Tacoma, Wash., 109. 

Asher, Walter S., Winnetka, 111., 255. 
i'lAshley, John P., Saratoga, Cal., 393. 

Ashley, Myron L., 543 East 55th St., Chicago, 111., 242. 

Atchison, Hugh D., 1141 Main St., Dubuque, la., 179. 

Atchison, Wilbur F., 400 North Ottawa St., Jollet, 111., 165. 

Atkinson, Peter C, 5701 Rosalie Court, Chicago, 111., 255. 

Aylesworth, William W., Norwood, Mich., 242. 

Babbitt, George A., care Chicago American, 610 West Monroe 
St., Chicago, 111., 103. 

Babcock, Florence (Sturges), 1816 Addison Ave., Chicago,Ill., 197. 

Babcock, Helen (Latham), Wilmette, 111., 222. 

Babcock, Mabel K., Kenilworth, 111., 198. 

Bailey (see Barber, Elva). 

Baird, Malcolm H., Menasha, Wis., 347. 

Baird, Robert, 2206 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 73. 

Baird, Ruth (Mitchell), 2206 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 283. 

Baker, Bessie, 203 Macon St., Carthage, Mo., 318. 

Baker, Edith M. (Dickson), 2151 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 
111., 242. 

Baker, Ethel (Andrews), 3543 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111., 222. 

Baker, Helen M., Manhattan, 111., 332. 

Baker, Horace S., Technology Chambers, Boston, Mass., 332. 

Baker, John C, 904 Cherry St., Springfield, Mo., 332. 

Balmer, Edwin, 85 Perkins Hall, Cambridge, Mass., 347. 
grBalmer, Mrs. Helen Clark, 1327 Hollywood Ave., Chicago, 111., 
373. 

Bangs, Hal C, Box 601, New Haven, Conn., 332. 
*Bannister, Charles K., 74. 

Bannister, Henry M., 828 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111., 66. 

Bannister, John C, 519 South Tremont St., Kewanee, 111., 160. 

Barber, Benjamin R., 86 College St., Calcutta, India"^(wa Brin- 
disi), 293. 

Barber, Elva (Bailey), Baldwin, Wis., 243. 

Barber (see Clarke, Miriam L.). 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



426 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS, PAGE. 

997. '98. Barker, Eva E. (Froula), 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, III, 293. 

565. '90. Barnes, George O., Washburn, Ilf, 205. 

1323. '02. Barnes, lo (St. John), care Methodist Mission, Peking, China, 

347. 
605. '91. Barnes, William D., Blue Grass, la. (?), 214. 
Barnes (see Morse, Harriet L.). 
Barnes (see Lewis, Nellie A.). 
1223. '01. Barnlund, August W., Heclf Hall, Evanston, 111., 332. 

1062. '99. Barnum, Frank W., 941 Warner Ave., Chicago, 111., 305. 
1505. '90. /iBashford, James W., Delaware, O., 387. 

1416. '95. grBasquin, Olin H., 1911 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111., 365. 

492. '88. Bass, George A., 2112, 19th St., N. W., Washington, D. C, 187. 

741. '94. Bass, James K., 1027 Grove St., Evanston, 111., 243. 

493. '88. Bass, Perkins B., 1027 Grove St., Evanston, 111., 188. 

533. '89. Bass, Stella (Tilt), 543 Evanston Ave., Chicago, 111., 198. 

Bass (see Maltman, Mary). 
247. '78. Bassett, George M., 9911 Prospect Ave., Chicago, 111., 125. 

855. '96. Bassett, Harriet S. (Mallory), 1124 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111., 

267. 

1434. '01. grBassett, Lelia C, Thonitown, Ind., 372. 

1140. '00. Bates, Ethel M., 1862 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 319. 
157. '75. *Bates, Joseph H., 103. 

856. '96. Batterson, Elmer S., Muscatine, la., 267. 
421. '85. *Battey, Owen W., Jr., 169. 

566. '90. Baxter, Andrew L., 4406 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111., 206. 

1324. '02. Bayne, Lilian F., Mendon, 111., 348. 

275. '79. Bayne, Mary (HilHard), Warren, 111., 132. 

1482. '82./i*Beach, John W., 382. 

88. '72. Beal, Ellery H., Poplargrove, 111., R. F. D. No. 2, 85. 

1325. '02. Beardslee, Sadie, Stambaugh, Mich., 348. 

698. '93. Beardsley, Wilfred F., 710 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 233. 
126. '74. *Beatty, Frank M., 95. 

699. '93. Beazell, Benjamin F., Chillicothe, Mo., 233. 

742. '94. Beebe, Leshe W., 125 South Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, 111., 243. 

1063. '99. Beemink, Andrew, Wautoma, Wis., 305. 

534. '89. Beers, Forrest W., North Manchester, Ind., 198. 

Beers (see Comstock, Mary E.) . 
1426. '98. gBeffel, John M., 95, 31st St., Milwaukee, Wis., 369. 
1472. '78. /iBeggs, George W., 381. 

1064. '99. Behner, Henry G., St. Charles, 111., 305. 

646. '92. Belknap, Frederick W., 385 North State St., Chicago, lU., 222. 
187. '76. Bell, James E., 1121, 8th Ave., Altoona, Pa., 110. 

405. '84. Bell, Leon E., Lowell, Mass., 165. 

998. '98. Bell, WiUiam W., 1479 East 69th St., Chicago, 111., 293. 

1141. '00. Bellamy, Wiley O., Lemont, lU., 319. 

647. '92. Bellows, John A., 1130 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111., 222. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



427 



NO. 


Cr.ABS. 


648. 


'92. 


1326. 


'02. 


1065. 


'99. 


1224. 


'01. 


494. 


'88. 


857. 


'96. 


1066. 


'99. 


406. 


'84. 


606. 


'91. 



942. '97. 



19. 


'62. 


1142. 


'00. 


89. 


'72. 


60. 


'70. 


216. 


'77. 


1421. 


'96. 


1520. 


'96. 


943. 


'97. 


1506. 


'90. 


52. 


'69. 


38. 


'67. 


1524. 


'98. 


1414. 


'94. 


359. 


'82. 


1143. 


'00. 


61. 


'70. 


1508. 


'91. 


422. 


'85. 


999. 


'98. 


1067. 


'99. 


567. 


'90. 


423. 


'85. 


858. 


'96. 


1068. 


'99. 


1144. 


'00. 


700. 


'93. 


495. 


'88. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Benbow, Lee L., 223. 

Benedict (see Ludlow, Theresa). 

Benham, Alice M., Winnebago, 111., 348. 

Benham, Fred C, 6450 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111., 305. 

Benn, Hester E., "The Madison," Omaha, Neb., 332. 

Bennett, Charles S., 113 Sedgwick St., Chicago, 111., 188. 

Bennett, Eli P., 211 West Jefferson St., South Bend, Ind., 267. 

Bennett, Marie E., Anna, 111., 305. 
*Bennett, Mary A., 166. 

Bennett, May L. (Dyche), 1882 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 
214. 

Bennett, Will E., Dover, Minn., 283. 

Bennett (see Bray, Nellie F. C). 
*Bentley, Robert, 64. 

Berkey, Lulu B., 73 Crescent Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich., 319. 
*Berry, Thomas S., 85. 

Berry (see Lasher, Grace A.). 

Best, William D., Buffalo, 111., 76. 
*Bickell, Edwin J., 117. 
grBigelow, Maurice A., Teachers' College, Columbia Universitj'', 

New York, N. Y., 367. 
/iBigelow, Melville M., 200 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass., 391. 

Bigelow (see Neiglick, Anna). 

Bilharz, Harriet M. (VoUmar), 908 Charles St., Des Moines, la., 
283. 
/iBillings, Frank, Rush Medical College, Chicago, 111., 387. 

Bishop, Andrew B., Los Gatos, Cal., 74. 

Bissell, John W., Waterloo, la., 70. 
hBlsick, Greene V., 4465 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 111., 392. 
^Black, Otis F., 365. 

Black, Stanley P., 55 Orange Grove Ave., Pasadena, Cal., 153. 

Blades, Ansley B., South Byron, N. Y., 319. 

Blanchard, RoUin P., 76. 
/tBlodgett, Henry W., Waukegan, 111., 387. 

Bloom, David H., 110 Wiehl Block, Chattanooga, Tenn., 169. 

Bloom (see Sawyer, Ellen M.). 

Bobb, Boyd B., Edgewater, Colo., R. F. D., 293. 

Bobb, Dwight S., 2 Gannett House, Cambridge, Mass., 306. 

Bock, Helen H. (Holden), 628 Foster St., Evanston, 111., 206. 
'Boddy, Samuel L., 110 Wiehl Block, Chattanooga, Tenn., 170. 

Boeye, John F., 815 West 5th St., Fort Worth, Tex., 268. 

Bonar, Charles C, 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, 111., 306. 

Bonar (see Metcalf, Terressa A.). 

Bond, Dora (Wilson), 21Q Davis St., Evanston, 111., 319. 

Bonebright, John E., Moscow, Idaho, 234. 
*Booth, Charles H., 188. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



428 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Booth, George, Onarga, 111., 268. 

Booth, William M., 4959 Lake Afe., Chicago, 111., 125. 
*Botsford, Bennet B., 64. 

Boutell, Henry S., House of Representatives, Washington, D. C, 
95. 
*Bowen, Anna M., 243. 

Bowen, Arthur J., Nanking, China, 283. 

Bowen, Lucy I. (Lowe), Kewanee, 111., 294. 

Boyd (see Lyford, Charlotte E.). 

Bradford, Columbus, 9372 Howard Court, Chicago, III, 188. 
*Bradford, Smith S., 110. 
*Bradley, Lilla M. (Hemenway), 132. 

Bradley, Timothy C, 1230 West 8th St., Kansas City, Mo., 117. 

Brad well, Bessie (Helmer), 1428 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., 137. 

Bragdon, Charles C, Lasell Seminary, Auburndale, Mass., 67. 

Bragdon, EUzabeth, 1709 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111., 320. 

Bragdon, George E., Pueblo, Colo., 86. 

Bragdon, Merritt C, 1709 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111., 77. 
♦Brainard, Alexander D., 96. 

Brand, Charles H., 320 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, 111., 180. 

Bray, Nellie F. C. (Bennett), 211 West Jefferson St., South 
Bend, Ind., 268. 

Breed (see Stuart, Ida). 

Brewrink, John E., 422 Davis St., Evanston, 111., 348. 

Briggs, Alvah G., Newark, Cal., 154. 

Briggs, Arthur H., 1611 Vallejo St., San Francisco, Cal., 146. 

Briggs, George W., 732 Emerson St., Evanston, 111., 348. 

Briggs, Herbert Fisk, 312 Haight St., San Francisco, Cal., 198. 

Bristol, Frank M., Washington, D. C, 117. 

Bronson, Edna M., 720 Foster St., Evanston, 111., 348. 

Brooker (see Danely, Nellie C). 

Brooks, John H., Wakefield, Neb., 70. 

Broomhall, Edith J., 609, 18th St., Moline, 111., 294. 

Brown, Charles G., 304 Chestnut St., Ithaca, N. Y., 268. 

Brown, Elizabeth M. (Howell), 1619 High St., Des Moines, la., 
206. 

Brown, Gertrude L., Evanston, 111., 223. 
*Brown, Jessie (Hilton), 110. 

Brown, J. Montcalm, Linden, Ind., 294. 

Brown, Mabel, 7226 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 320. • 

Brown, Margaret, 7226 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111., 269. 

Brown, R. Clarence, 2811 Harrison St., Evanston, 111., 283. 

Brown, Walter L., 942 Michigan Ave., Evanston, 111., 111. 

Brown (see Pierce, Ella M.). 

Brown (see Cowles, Jessie H.). 
1003. '98. Brownell, Mary F., Menominee, Mich., 294. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



859. 


'96. 


248. 


'78. 


20. 


'62. 


127. 


'74. 


743. 


'94. 


944. 


'97. 


1000. 


'98. 


496. 


'88. 


188. 


'76. 


276. 


'79. 


217. 


'77. 


299. 


'80. 


31. 


'65. 


1145. 


'00. 


90. 


'72. 


62. 


'70. 


128. 


'74. 


460. 


'87. 


860. 


'96. 


1327. 


'02. 


360. 


'82. 


330. 


'81. 


1328. 


'02. 


535. 


'89. 


218. 


'77. 


1329. 


'02. 


39. 


'67. 


1001. 


'98. 


861. 


'96. 


568. 


'90. 


649. 


'92. 


189. 


'76. 


1002. 


'98. 


1146. 


'00. 


862. 


'96. 


945. 


'97. 


190. 


'76. 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



429 



f NO, 


CLASS. 


33L 


'81. 


1147. 


'00. 


1453. 


'71. 


650. 


'92. 


443. 


'86. 


1069. 


'99. 


569. 


'90. 


1148. 


'00. 


158. 


'75. 


46. 


'68. 


91. 


'72. 


1330. 


'02. 


1428. 


'99. 


1515. 


'95, 


219. 


'77. 


1466. 


'76. 


946. 


'97. 


651. 


'92. 


1004. 


'98. 


1149. 


'00. 


1150. 


'00. 


332. 


'81. 


27. 


'63. 


111. 


'73. 


53. 


'69. 


744. 


'94. 


461. 


'87. 


1005. 


'98. 


497. 


'88. 


384. 


'83. 


498. 


'88. 


407. 


'84. 


1331. 


'02. 


745. 


'94. 


1070. 


'99. 


462. 


'87. 


1332. 


'02. 


1333. 


'02. 


746. 


'94. 


1225. 


'01. 


1006. 


'98. 


536. 


'89. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



Brugnot (see Twight, Alice G.). 

Brushingham, John P., 108 Washington St., Chicago, III., 146. 

Bryant, Nettie L., Greentown, Ind., 320. 
/^Bucks, C. H., 377. 

Bucks, Charles H., Black River Falls, Wis., 223. 

Bumann, Caroline C. (Stewart), 175. 

Buntain, Cassius M. C, 7100 Yale Ave., Chicago, 111., 306. 

Burbank (see Clifford, Caroline). 

Burch, William A., 1208 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111., 206. 

Burchard, Ernest F., 1310 Pearl St., Sioux City, la., 320. 
*Burke, Charles H., 103. 

Burke, Edmund W., 759 Adams St., Chicago, 111., 72. 
*Burke, James G., 86. 

Burke, Webster Harold, 759 Adams St., Chicago, 111., 348. 
grBurling, Alice J., Postville, la., 369. 
/iBurnham, Daniel H., Dempster St., Evanston, 111., 389. 

Burr, Albert H., 950 Pratt Ave., Chicago, III, 118. 
/iBurrill, Thomas J., 1007 Green St., Urbana, 111., 380. 

Burrows, Nellie B., 2403 Lydia Ave., Kansas City, Mo., 284. 
*Burton, Alfred W., 223. 

Bush, Martin D., Webb, la., 294. 

Busse, Paul G. A., 67 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass., 320. 

Bussey, William H., Chicago Heights, III, 320. 

Butcher, John C, Oak Openings, Naini Tal, India, via Brindisi, 
146. 
*Butterfield, Almus, 66. 
*Butterfield, Louis, 91. 

Butterfield, Willis, Belvidere, 111., 74. 

Butters, Addison F., Geneva, Minn., 243. 

Byers, Frederick M., 6131 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111., 180. 

Byers, Noah E., Elkhart, Ind., 294. 

Caddock, Henry, 20 Columbia Ave., Vailsburg, N. J., 189. 

Cady, Henry O., Chentu, West China, 160. 

Calkins, Harvey R., Bombay, India, via Brindisi, 189. 
*Calkins (see Pearsons, Helen M.). 

Call, Florence M. (Cowles), Algona, la., 166. 

Campbell, Arthur W., Y. M. C. A. Building, Evanston, 111., 349. 

Campbell, Charles B., Kankakee, 111., 244. 

Campbell, Elizabeth B. (Pieters), Cebii, Philippines, 306. 

Campbell, Frank J., Fargo, N. Dak., 180. 

Campbell, Ira R., 562 Willard Place, Evanston, 111., 349. 

Campbell, Robert J., 428 St. Francis Ave., Wichita, Kan., 349. 

Canfield, Daniel D., White Cottage, O., 244. 

Capron, Albert S., 227 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, Wis., 333. 

Caraway, Ann Estelle, Tuscola, 111., 295. 

Caraway, Blanche, Tuscola, 111., 199. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



430 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE, 

Carlson, Alma S., 2103 Wesley Ave., Evanston, 111., 349. 
*Carlton (see Spofford, Florence L J . 
Carman, C. Kathleen (Dodge), 1724 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111., 

284. 
Carr, William W,, Adams, Mass., 118. 
'82. *CarroU, William F., 154. 

Cartwright, Ira C, 3a Calle de la Condesa, No. 73, Leon, Gto., 

Mexico, 189. 
79. *Casey, Lillie C. (Musgrove), ^32. 

Casseday, David W., 722 Guaranty Building, Minneapolis, Minn., 

96. 
Casseday, Frank F., Rosemount, Minn., 118. 
Castle, Curtis H., Merced, Cal., 86. 
Cater, George H., Alcott, Colo., 349. 
Catherwood, Robert K. S., 4442 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111., 

269. 
Catlin, Annie L. (Wright), Bardolph, 111., 333. 
Cavano, Will M., 3000 Michigan Ave., Chicago, care of Dr. A. S. 

Barnes, 269. 
Chaddock, DeCUfford, 1227 Benson Ave., Evanston, 111., 333. 
Chamberlain, William R., 1139 Wellington Ave., Chicago, 111., 

146. 
Chambers, John M., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., 269. 
Chappell, Gertrude L., care Dakota University, Mitchell, S. Dak., 

321. 
Charles, Fred L., DeKalb, 111., 244. 
Chase, Jane Alice, Norwood, Mich., 306. 
Chase, WilUam C, Baker City, Ore., 170. 
Chattle, Mary, 361 Seminary Ave., Aurora, 111., 234. 
Childs (see Roland, Sarah R.). 

Clancy, Dennis C, Allahabad, India, via Brindisi, 245. 
Clancy, James F., 598 Greenwood Ave., Blue Island, 111., 234. 
Clapp, Eben P., 1420 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111., 147. 
*Clapp (see Norton, Mary E.). 
Clark, Bessie W., Bradford, 111., 307. 
Clark, May (Joy), 1321 Waucoma Ave., Birmingham, Ala., 

307. 
Clarke, Abner, Griggsville, 111., 125. 

Clarke, Mary E. (Williams), Holmes Hotel, corner 8th and Hen- 
nepin Aves., Minneapolis, Minn., 206. 
1074. '99. Clarke, Miriam L. (Barber), 86 College St., Calcutta, India, via 

Brindisi, 307. 
Clarkson, Matthew A., Cooper Building, Denver, Colo., 245. 
/iClay, William, Holly Springs, Miss., 378. 
Clements, Louis, Danville, 111., 349. 
Cleveland, Festus W., 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111., 92. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



1334. 


'02. 


947. 


'97. 


220.' 


'77. 


361. 


'82. 


499. 


'88. 


277. 


'79. 


129. 


'74. 


221. 


'77. 


92. 


'72. 


1335. 


'02. 


863. 


'96. 


1226. 


'01. 


864. 


'96. 


1227. 


'01. 


333. 


'81. 


865. 


'96. 


1151. 


'00. 


747. 


'94. 


1071. 


'99. 


424. 


'85. 


701. 


'93. 


748. 


'94. 


702. 


'93. 


334. 


'81. 


1072. 


'99. 


1073. 


'99. 


249. 


'78. 


570. 


'90. 



749. 


'94. 


1457. 


'72. 


1336. 


'02. 


112. 


'73. 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



431 



NO. ( 


CLASS. 


1075. 


'99. 


57L 


'90. 


500. 


'88. 


2. 


'59. 


866. 


'96. 


191. 


'76. 


750. 


'94. 


1152. 


'00. 


703. 


'93. 


93. 


'72. 


159. 


'75. 


1076. 


'99. 


1228. 


'01. 


948. 


'97. 


40. 


'67. 


501. 


'88. 


192. 


'76. 


949. 


'97. 


1007. 


'98. 


1229. 


'01. 


362. 


'82. 


222. 


'77. 


278. 


'79. 


652. 


'92. 


425. 


'85. 


1077. 


'99. 


300. 


'80. 


463. 


'87. 


113. 


'73. 


607. 


'91. 


335. 


'81. 


704. 


'93. 


363. 


'82. 


867. 


'96. 


572. 


'90. 


868. 


'96. 


385. 


'83. 


1513. 


'94, 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Cleworth, Gilbert D., 1409 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111., 307. 

Clifford, Caroline (Burbank), 734 Seventeenth St., Des Moines, 
la., 207. 
♦Clifford, Chester C, 189. 
♦Clifford, Winchester E., 59. 

Clotfelter (see Wanless, Laura A.). 

Clough, Grace G., Deadwood, S. Dak., 269. 

Cobb (see Eckert, Clara B.). 

Cochran, Leonard G., Upland, Cal., 111. 

Cole, Joseph H., 654 West 38th St., Los Angeles, Cal., 245. 

Cole, Maynard C, 1818 Binney St., Omaha, Neb., 321. 

Colebeck, Edward L., Greensboro, Ala., 234. 

Collins, Lorin C, Jr., 4 Tower Court, Chicago, 111., 86. 

Collins (see Towle, Frances) . 

Colman, Lucius C, La Crosse, Wis., 103. 

Colvin, Ruth A. (Wilson), 813 Foster St., Evanston, 111., 307. 

Comings, Ahce T., Eau Claire, Wis., 333. 

Comstock, Mary Emma (Beers), North Manchester, Ind., 284. 

Comstock, William C, Winterpark, Fla., 70. 

Conley, George L., Rochester, Ind., 190. 
*ConneU, Drayton L., 111. 

Conner, John W. R., Lyons, Neb., 284. 

Conner, Wilham H., 2249 Jackson St., Chicago, 111., 295. 

Conrad, Ashley T., 1512 Belknap St., West Superior, Wis., 333. 

Conwell, James S., Anderson, Ind., 154. 

Cook, Alfred, Piano, lU., 119. 

Cook, Charles E., Mendota, 111., 132. 

Cook, Edgar P., Jr., Mendota, 111., 223. 

Cook, Frank, Geneseo, 111., 170. 

Cooke, Andrew, 1443 Leland Ave., Chicago, 111., 308. 

Coombe, Joseph, Areola, 111., 138. 

Coone, Henrietta M., 440 East 57th St., Chicago, 111., 180. 

Cooper, Henry A., Racine, Wis., 92. 
*Corbin, Frederick R., 214. 

Cormack, Joseph M., New Milford, 111., 147. 
♦Cormack (see Marshall, Jane H.). 

Cormack (see Miller, Maude E.). 

Cotter, George E., 378 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111., 235. 

Cowles, Jessie H. (Brown), Derby, Conn., 154. 

Cowles (see Call, Florence M.). 

Cox, Frederick H., 16 East 22d St., New York, N. Y., 269. 

Craig, Alfred E., Ottumwa, la., 207. 

Craig, George F., Hartford, Mich., 270. 

Craig (see Tucker, Clara). 

Crandon, Anna L., 1414 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111., 160. 
/iCrandon, Frank P., 1414 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111., 389. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



432 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

464. '87. Crandon, Josie B. (Nash), Cherryfield, Me., 180. 

408. '84. Crandon, Leila M. (Noble), 532 \Yashington Boulevard, Chicago, 

111., 166. 

869. '96. Craven, Alfred W., 1302, 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111., 270. 
63. '70. Craven, Thomas, 718 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 77. 

409. '84. Crawford, William H., care Allegheny College, MeadAille, Pa., 

166. 

1337. '02. Crawford, W. Martin, Columbus Grove, O., 349. 
1448. '70.;i*Crews, Hooper, 377. * 

870. '96. Crippen, Grace, 1414 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 270. 
160. '75. *Crist, John J., 103. 

Critchlow (see Tabor, Florence M.). 
1417. '95. grCross, John G., Rochester, Minn., 366. 
336. '81. Cross, Moses Smith, College Park, San Jos^, Cal., 147. 

1338. '02. Crouse, Edna Davis, Stockton, 111., 350. . 

1339. '02. Crumpacker, Shepard J., 356 East Ontario St., Chicago, 111., 350. 

800. '95. Culbertson, Carey, Piper City, 111., 256. 

705. '93. Culver, Alvin H., 59 Clark St., Chicago, 111., 235. 

41. '67. *Culver, Morton, 70. 

1441. '66./i*Cummings, Joseph, 375. 

1230. '01. Cumnock, Wallace W., care Boston Journal, Boston, Mass., 333. 

1153. '00. Curfman, George H., Northwestern Medical School, Chicago, 111., 

321. 
193. '76. *Currer, John, 111. 

410. '84. Currier, Albert D., 936 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 166. 
54. '69. Curtiss, Hiram, Sutton, Neb., 74. 

Gushing (see Scott, Cassie M.). 

223. '77. Cutler, Frank H., Cedar Falls, la., 119. 

1231. '01. Dahlen, Emma M., Whitewater, Wis., 334. 
114. '73. *Dandy, John Milton, 92. 

950. '97. Danely, Nelly C. (Brooker), Quincy, 111., 284. 

1154. '00. Danforth, Sarah E., 905 West Monroe St., Chicago, III., 321. 

1155. '00. Danforth, William C, 905 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111., 321. 
364. '82. Darrow, Charles W., Glenwood Springs, Colo., 155. 

465. '87. David, Mary E., 215 Richmond St., Joliet, 111., 180. 

502. '88. Davidson, Eric A., 868 Osgood St., Chicago, III., 190. 

1232. '01. Davies, Bess, 1688 Buckingham Place, Chicago, III., 334. 
1494. '87./i*Davies, John E., 385. 

224. '77. Davis, Anna A. (Elder), Boaz, Ala., 119. 

1156. '00. Davis, Elizabeth F., 1703 Chicago Ave., Evanston, III., 321. 

801. '95. Davis, F. Achilles, 1206 Garfield Boulevard, Chicago, III., 256. 
573. '90. Davis, Haskell C, 728 Clark St., Evanston, III., 207. 

1008. '98. Davis, Lena M. (Lehman), 430 South Claremont Ave., Chicago, 
111., 295. 
94. '72. *Davis, Lewis P., 87. 
1454. '71. /iDavis, Nathan S., 291 Huron St., Chicago, III., 378. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



433 



NO. CLASS. 


301. 


'80. 


466. 


'87. 


1157. 


'00. 


1521. 


'96. 


1009. 


'98. 


337. 


'81. 


574. 


'90. 


706. 


'93. 


250. 


'78. 


1078. 


'99. 


386. 


'83. 


1233. 


'01. 


575. 


'90. 


802. 


'95. 


161. 


'75. 


1340. 


'02. 


1234. 


'01. 


751. 


'94. 


537. 


'89. 


653. 


'92. 


1158. 


'00. 


279. 


'79. 


130. 


'74. 


1159. 


'00. 


752. 


'94. 


1341. 


'02. 


803. 


'95. 


1235. 


'01. 


1236. 


'01. 


1237. 


'01. 


302. 


'80. 


707. 


'93. 


365. 


'82. 


708. 


'93. 


503. 


'88. 


225. 


'77. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



Davis, Nathan S., Jr., 291 Huron St., Chicago, III, 138. 

Davis, Smith C, Brimfield, 111., 181. 

Davis (see Ambrose, Ella V.) . 

Davis (see Harvey, Ida M.). 

Davison, Jessie E., Box 1594, Joliet, 111., 322. 
hBay, James R., Syracuse, N. Y., 391. 
*Dean (see Stewart, Nellie W.). 

DeBra, Harvey R., Epworth, la., 295. 

DeGroff. Raymond V., Spring Valley, 111., 147. 

Demorest, Frederic C, Winfield, Kan., 207. 

Demorest, Mary E., 2036 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis., 235. 

Demorest, William L., 752 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111., 126. 

Denison, Edmund D., Ripon, Wis., 308. 

Denman, Asahel H., 511 Fidelity Building, Tacoma, Wash., 160. 

Dennis, Ralph B., 628 Hamlin St., Evanston 111., 334. 

Denny, Charles M., Maxwell, la., 208. 

Denny (see Sheldon, Mabel). 

Denyes, John R., Singapore, S. S., Malaysia, 256. 

Dickman (see Maltbie, Adella G.). 
*Dickson, John W., 104. 

Dickson (see Baker, Edith M.). 

Dietz, Cyrus E., 70 La Salle St., Chicago, 111., 350. 

Dike, Paul H., Science Hall, Evanston, 111., 334. 

Dingle, John N., Rock Falls, III., 245. 

Dixon, George W., 2706 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., 199. 

Doble, William B., Nunda, III, 224. 

Dodge (see Carman, C. Kathleen). ' 

Doland, AUce C, Oconto, Wis., 322. 

Donelson, Dexter P., 1318 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111., 132. 

Drake, Chester T., 6340 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111., 96. 

Drew, C. Anna, 6620 Normal Ave., Chicago, 111., 322. 

Drew, H. Isabelle (Fowler), 3359 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111., 245. 

Dunlap, Ralph V., West Salem, Wis., 350. 

Dunlop, Anna Grace (Houston), 102 Buell Ave., Joliet, 111., 256. 

Durham, Ralph H., 822 Washington St., Evanston, 111., 334. 

Dutton, Joseph, Mt. Pleasant, Mich., 334. 

Dyar, Annie L., 376 West 5th St., Winona, Minn., 334. 

Dyche, Frank B., 1896 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 139. 

Dyche, George B., 5345 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111., 235. 

Dyche, William A., 1882 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 155. 

Dyche (see Bennett, May L.) . 

Earhart, Robert F., Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, 
Ind., 235. 

Earle, Mary H. (Sterling), 373 North Crawford Ave., Dixon, 111., 
190. 
*Earll, Robert E., 119. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



434 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

226. '77. Early, Albert D., 109 West State St., Rockford, 111., 120. 

753. '94. Earnheart, Chauncey B., Chenoa,lll., 246. 
3. '59. *Eastman, Samuel L., 59. 

1496. '87. /iEaton, Edward D., Milford, Wis., 385. 

654. '92. Echlin, Henry M., care New York Life Insurance Co., 3 Union 
Square, New York, N. Y., 224. 

804. '95. Eckert, Clara B. (Cobb), Onawa, la., 256. 

1010. '98. Eckert, Nellie B. (Zomnger)f Northwood, la., 295. 

805. '95. Eddy, Jessica L., Middlebury, Vt., 257. 

806. '95. Eddy, WilUam L., Marengo, 111., R. F. D., 257. 

1238. '01. Edgar, Thomas O., care South Dakota Agricultural College, 

Brookings, S. Dak., 335. 
444. '86. *Edmondson, Stuart P., 175. 
1459. '73./i*Edwards, Arthur, 379. 
504. '88. Edwards, Arthur R., 2818 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111., 190. 

538. '89. Edwards, Elizabeth B. (Field), 1562 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111., 

199. 
251. '78. Edwards, John R., 1224 North G St., Tacoma, Wash., 126. 

95. '72. Edwards, Robert B., Lacon, 111., 87. 

227. '77. Elder, Eleazar B. L., Boaz, Ala., 120. 

Elder (see Davis, Anna A.). 
115. '73. Eldridge, Byron H., 216 Ashland Ave., La Grange, 111., 92. 
1160. '00. Eldridge, Lulu G., Cherokee, la., 322. 
194. '76. Ellinwood, Charles M., Beaumont, Tex., 111. 

228. 77. Elliot, Frank M., 225 Lake St., Evanston, 111., 120. 

1342. '02. Elliott, Arthur J., 189 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., 350. 

951. '97. Ellis, Cora E., 1136 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 285. 

871. '96. Ellis, Frederic C, 502 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111., 270. 
42. '67. Ellis, John, 1136 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 71. 

539. '89. Elmore, Arthur E., Rockford, 111., 199. 

96. '72. Elmore, Eltinge, 603 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wis., 87. 

1343. '02. Ely, Harriott B., Berwyn, 111., 350. 

872. '96. Embree, Mrs. Frances B., 301 West 150th St., New York, N. Y., 

270. 

1011. '98. Engstrom, Ebenezer W., 402 East Erie St., Albion, Mich., 296. 

1344. '02. Enwall, Hasse O., Franklin, Mass., 350. 

576. '90. Erickson, Edward W., 410 South 18th St., Council Bluffs, la., 
208. 

1239. '01. Erickson, Thor Haug, 1121 Ayars Place, Evanston, 111., 335. 
1495. '87. /lEricson, Albert, 2118 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111., 385. 

Ericson (see Thistlewood, Anise M.) . 

754. '94. Ericsson, John M., Dixon, 111., 246. 

952. '97. Essick, Walter R., 1237 North Edward St., Decatur, lU., 285. 
131. '74. Estes, William C, Sioux City, la., 96. 

1240. '01. Evans, Ina M., La Vergne, 111., 335. 
366. '82. Evans, Walter A., 155. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 




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435 



NO. 


CLASS. 


229. 


'77. 


807. 


'95. 


808. 


'95. 


1475. 


'79. 


709. 


'93. 


1012. 


'98. 


1345. 


'02. 


540. 


'89. 


953. 


'97. 


1161. 


'00. 


1241. 


'01. 


64. 


'70. 


608. 


'91. 


1079. 


'99. 


873. 


'96. 


577. 


'90. 


505. 


'88. 


755. 


'94. 


1080. 


'99. 


655. 


'92. 


445. 


'86. 


874. 


'96. 


1081. 


'99. 


756. 


'94. 


1431. 


'00. 


1432. 


'00. 


338. 


'81. 


541. 


'89. 


1442. 


'66.. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



303. '80. 



710. '93 



73. 


'71. 


34. 


'66. 


656. 


'92. 


875. 


'96. 


954. 


'97. 


506. 


'88. 



Evans, William G., Mendota Block, Denver, Colo., 121. 
, Eversz, Emest H., 3323 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., 257. 

Eversz, Jessie E. (Manchester), 475 Holly Ave., St. Paul, Minn., 
257. 
. /lEwell, Marshall D., 747 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 381. 

Ewing, William M., Hinckley, 111., 235. 
, Fahs, Charles H., 522 West 123d St., New York, N. Y., 296. 
, Fahs, Helen M., 619 University Place, Evanston, 111., 351. 

Farley, Samuel S., Morris, Minn., 199. 

Fegtly, Samuel M., 372 Ontario St., Chicago, 111., 285. 

Ferguson, Jean M., 344 South Capitol St., Pekin, 111., 322. 

Ferris, Mary C, Princeton, 111., 335. 

Field (see Edwards, Elizabeth B.). 

Finity, Michael, Lajunta, Colo., 77. 

Finley, Mary O. (Singleton), 6532 ElHs Ave., Chicago, III, 214. 

Fisher, Albert L., Lake Bluff, lU., 308. 

Fisher, Henry B., RushviUe, 111., 271. 

Fisher (see Sweeney, Jessie M.). 

Fisk, Aurora T. (Zueblin), 38 Madison Park, Chicago, 111., 208. 

Fitch, Julia P. (Goss), Albuquerque, New Mexico, 191. 

Fitch, L. Josephine (Whitson), 420 North Charter St., Madison, 
Wis., 246. 

Fitch, M. Lucille, 1803 Barry Ave., Chicago, lU., 308. 

Fleager, Arthur B., 910 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111., 224. 
*Fleming, Robert L, 175. 

Fleming (see Swarthout, Ethel M.). 

Fleshiem, Nelle L. (Murray), 522 Church St., Evanston, lU., 271. 

Flickinger, Roy C, 2491 North 42d Ave., Chicago, 111., 308. 

Fluck, John E., Dundee, 111., 246. 
^Folsom, Arthur J., Whiting, Ind., 371. 
grFoote, Ethelwyn, 644 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena, Cal., 371. 

Foster, George A., 1914 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, 111., 148. 

Foster, Grace I. (Herben), Maplewood, N. J., 200. 
/i*Foster, Randolph S., 375. 

Foster (see Gary, Ella E.). 

Foster (see Peart, M. Ada). 

Foulks, Charles A., corner 5th and Washington Sts., Kansas 
City, Kan., 139. 

Fowler, Edson B., 3359 Indiana Ave., Chicago, HI., 236. 

Fowler (see Drew, H. Isabelle). 

Fox, Daniel O., Poona, India, 80. 

Frake, James, 625 Fulton St., Chicago, lU., 68. 

Eraser, Herbert A., 701 Raynor Ave., Joliet, 111., 224. 

Freeman, Alice S., 137 North Soto St., Los Angeles, Cal., 271. 

Fretz, Edwin H., 1029 East 28th St., Los Angeles, Cal., 285. 

Frizzelle, J. Wellington, 610 Elm St., Rock Island, III, 191. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



436 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

1242. '01. Frost, Henry H., Geneseo, III., 335. 

1013. '98. Froula, Vaclav K., 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, lU., 296. 

Froula (see Barker, Eva E.). 
1502. '88. /iFuller, Melville W., 1801 F St., Washington, D. C, 386. 
426. '85. Fullerton, William D., 609 La Salle St., Ottawa, 111., 170. 

876. '96. Funston, John W., Lena, 111., 271. 

1082. '99. Fyfe, Cora M. (Wiggs), 1074 E. Ravenswood Park Ave., 

Chicago, 111., 309. • 
116. '73. Gaines, Chauncey, Fresno, Cal., R. D. No. 1, 92. 

757. '94. Gale, Thomas K., 211 South Hoyne Ave., Chicago, 111., 246. 
1514. '94. /iGalloway, Charles B., Jackson, Miss., 389. 

230. '77. *Gardner, Clarence A., 121. 

252. '78. Garst, Mary E. (Smith), North Brookfield, Mass., 126. 

Garst (see Goodwin, Bertha G.). 

758. '94. Gary, Ella E. (Foster), Glenview Golf Club, Golf, 111., 247. 

162. '75. Gaskell, Charles A., 104. 

955. '97. *Gates, Dana L., 285. 

759. '94. Gates, Fanny C, McDonald Physics Laboratory, McGill Uni- 

versity, Montreal, Can., 247. 

956. '97. Gates, Jesse Nevin, 70 Florence St., Worcester, Mass., 285. 

1243. '01. Gazzolo, Victoria, 95 Astor Place, Chicago, 111., 335. 

1346. '02. George, Albert E., Dexter, la., 351. 

809. '95. George, John E., 731 Foster St., Evanston, III, 257. 

760. '94. Germain, Grace E. (Holmes), Park Ridge, 111., 247. 
132. '74. *Gibbs, Oscar L., 96. 

1083. '99. Gilbert, Barry, Cedar Rapids, la., 309. 

877. '96. Gilbert,, George J., Oak Park, 111., 271. 

65. '70. Gill, Joseph H., Bareilly, N. P., India, 78. 

163. '75. GiUespie, Albert D., 104. 

1244. '01. Gillespie, Charles S., Weston, la., 336. 

878. '96. Gillette, Fred W., 830 Lake Ave., Wilmette, 111., 272. 

1245. '01. Gilmore, Jennie J., Compton, 111., 336. 

467. '87. Gloss, David H., 181. 

468. '87. Gloss, Janet C. (Page), DeKalb, 111., 181. 

657. '92. Gloss, Mary E., 1919 Sherman Ave., Evanston, III, 224. 

957. '97. Gloss, Samuel D., 1919 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 286. 

761. '94. Goetzman, Charlotte E., care PubUc Library, Fort Dodge, la., 

247. 

1347. '02. Gooch, Rhoda M., 1553 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 351. 

164. '75. Goodenow, Cortez J., Los Angeles, Cal., 104. 

1348. '02. Goodrich, Ethel L., Salmon, Idaho, 351. 
1480. '80./i*Goodrich, Grant, 382. 

1084. '99. Goodsmith, Jessie B., 1072 Early Ave., Chicago, 111., 309. 

Goodsmith (see Moulding, Minnie R.). 

253. '78. Goodwin, Bertha G. (Garst), Coon Rapids, la., 126. 

1014. '98. Goodwin, George B., 1910 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 296. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



437 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



1162. 


'00. 


74. 


'71. 


1246. 


'01 


879. 


'96 


542. 


'89 


763. 


'94 


880. 


'96 


1349. 


'02 


117. 


'73 


469. 


'87 


958. 


'97 



I 



Gorham (see Smith, Maude M.). 
762. '94. Goshen, Elmer I., Reed Hotel, Ogden, Utah, 247. 

Goss (see Fitch, Julia P.). 

Gough, Harry B., Hedding College, Abingdon, 111., 322. 
*Gould, Edwin D., 80. 

Graham, Fred A., 219 North Robey St., Chicago, 111., 336. 

Grant, Clara, 1735 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111., 272. 

Graves, Charles S., 1450 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 200. 

Gray, Alice M. (Kallander), Momence, 111., 248. 

Gray, Winifred, 217 North Horsman St., Rockford, 111., 272. 

Green, Charles H., 1577 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 351. 

Green, Henry, Sterling, 111., 93. 

Greene, Truman R., 12001 Butler St., Chicago, 111., 181. 

Greenlaw, Edwin A., 1595 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass., 
286. 
304. '80. Greenman, Almon W., 718 Calle Corrientes, Buenos Ayres, Argen- 
tine Republic, South America, 139. 

Greenman, Emily A., 1914 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111., 161. 

Greenman, Guy W., La Mesa, San Diego County, Cal., 182. 

Greenwood, Celia D., Princeton, 111., 336. 
/i*Gresham, Walter Q., 388. 

Grey, Ethel (Scott), 404 Lake St., Evanston, 111., 272. 
/iGrey, Howard G., 329 Lake St., Evanston, 111., 383. 

Gridley, Martin M., 416 Lake St., Evanston, lU., 161. 

Grier, James P., 1016 Lake St., Evanston, 111., 208. 

Griffith, Frank W., with Ellsworth & McNair, Union Stock Yards, 
Chicago, 111., 258. 

Griffith, Herbert E., Galesburg, 111., 225. 

Griggs, Ada M., Mt. Carroll, 111., 272. 

Groves, John E., 374 Webster Ave., Chicago, 111., 209. 

Guthrie, Fred L., Hinghua, China, via Foochow, 258. 

Haagensen, Anton P., Shores Block, Ashland, Wis., 209. 

Hadley, May, Pioneer, O., 286. 
, grHady, Edward S., Oregon, 111., 366. 

Haist, Frederic W., 2049 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111., 351. 
*Haist, Louis P., 309. 

Hall, Clare H., 311 Broadway, ancinnati, O., 322. 

Hall, Eliza P., 720 Pine Grove Ave., Chicago, 111., 309. 

Hall, Eva R., Wilmette, 111., 209. 

Hall, Fanny A., 720 Pine Grove Ave., Chicago, 111., 272. 

Hall, Vernon J., 624 Noyes St., Evanston, 111., 248. 

Hall, Winfield S., Berwyn, III, 182. 

Hall (see Somers, Adele). 
*Hall(seeRoss, EUaA.). 
*Hall (see Anderson, Sara E.). 
1015. '98. Haller, Frank H., Ironwood, Mich., 297. 



387. 


'83. 


470. 


'87. 


1247. 


'01. 


1511. 


'92 


881. 


'96. 


1486. 


'83 


388. 


'83. 


578. 


'90. 


810. 


'95. 


658. 


'92. 


882. 


'96 


579. 


'90 


811. 


'95 


580. 


'90 


959. 


'97 


1418. 


'95 


1350. 


'02 


1085. 


'99 


1163. 


'00 


1086. 


'99 


581. 


'90 


883. 


'96 


764. 


'94 


471. 


'87 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



438 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Haller (see White, Anna L.). ^ 
305. '80. Hamilton, Charles H., 690 East California St., Pasadena, Cal. 
140. 

Hamilton, James R., La SaUe, 111., 209. 

Hamilton, William A., Avenue House, Evanston, 111., 133. 

Hamline, John H., 1021 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111., 104. 

Hammond, Allen O., Eagle River, Mich., 352. 

Hance, James H., Park City* Utah, 336. 

Handley, Willis D., Monon, Ind., 258. 

Handy, Helen M., 1315 Church St., Evanston, 111., 336. 

Hauey, Conrad A., 127. 
'61. *Haney, James W., 63. 

Hanmer, Edward J., Lead, S. Dak., 352. 

Hansen, Friederica C, 207 Sixth St., Sioux City, la., 297. 

Hansen, Herbert C, 341 West William St., Decatur, 111., 336. 

Hanson, Henry, Lead, S. Dak., 352. 

Hapgood, Laura S., 44a Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass., 323. 

Harbaugh, Harriet E., Savanna, 111., 352. 

Hard, William A., 1318, 50th St., Chicago, 111., 323. 

Harden, Sarah V., Nunda, 111., 352. 
'66.;i*Hare, George S., 375. 

Harker, Ray C, Appleton, Wis., 215. 

Harker (see Abernethy, Lulu A.). 

Harkness, Nathan J., Marengo, 111., 155. 

Harris, Florence E., Beardstown, 111., 309. 

Harris, Frank M., 105. 

Harris, Sidney M., 140. 

Harris, William H., 258 Broadway, New York, N. Y., 127. 

Harris, Winifred E., Beardstown, 111., 297. 

Harrison, Edwin J., care Waverly Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn., 88. 
♦Harrison, Hugh, 133. 

Harrison, James L., 1 Oberlin St., Worcester, Mass., 105. 

Hart, Frankie M., 27 Prairie Ave., Batavia, 111., 323. 

Hart, Louie B., Marengo, 111., 323. 

Hart, Stephen P., 715 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo., 352. 

Hart, T. Van H., 419 West 118th St., New York, N. Y., 323. 

Hartman, Cleander R., 225. 

Harvey, Clarence H.. 127. 

Harvey, Henry L., 1023 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 111., 236. 

Harvey, Ida M. (Davis), 1023 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 111., 182. 

Haseltine (see Moore, Eva E.). 
610. '91. Haskins, Amary S., 1167 West Grace St., Irving Park, Chicago, 

215. 
368. '82. Hatfield, Emily M. (Hobart), 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 156. 
660. '92. Hatfield, Henry R., 5825 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111., 225. 
389. '83. Hatfield, James T., 617 Foster St., Evanston, 111., 161. 

[h. indicates honorary ; g., graduate.] 



582. 


'90. 


280. 


'79. 


165. 


'75. 


1351. 


'02. 


1248. 


'01. 


812. 


'95. 


1249. 


'01. 


254. 


'78. 


14. 


'61. 


1352. 


'02. 


1016. 


'98. 


1250. 


'01. 


1353. 


'02. 


1164. 


'00. 


1354. 


'02. 


1165. 


'00. 


1355. 


'02. 


1443. 


'66.^ 


609. 


'91. 


367. 


'82. 


1087. 


'99. 


166. 


'75. 


306. 


'80. 


255. 


'78. 


1017. 


'98. 


97. 


'72. 


281. 


'79. 


167. 


'75. 


1166. 


'00. 


1167. 


'00. 


1356. 


'02. 


1168. 


'00. 


659. 


'92. 


256. 


'78. 


711. 


'93. 


472. 


'87. 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



439 



Pno. 


CLASS. 


23L 


'77. 


813. 


'95. 


133. 


'74. 


712. 


'93. 


1251. 


'01. 


765. 


'94. 



814. 


'95. 


1088. 


'99. 


1018. 


'98. 


1169. 


'00. 


339. 


'81. 


1449. 


'70. 


282. 


'79. 


1357. 


'02. 


66. 


'70. 


427. 


'85. 


611. 


'91. 


1019. 


'98. 


543. 


'89. 


1020. 


'98. 


1021. 


'98. 


340. 


'81. 


307. 


'80. 


960. 


'97. 


1429. 


'99. 


473. 


'87. 


1358. 


'02. 


446. 


'86. 


411. 


'84. 


1509. 


'92. 


390. 


'83. 


168. 


'75. 


713. 


'93. 


195. 


'76. 


1252. 


'01. 


766. 


'94. 


507. 


'88. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Hathaway, William J., Clare, Mich., 121. 

Haven, Fred S., Young Building, Joliet, 111., 258. 

Hawks, Joseph M., St. Paul, Minn., 96. 

Hay, Helen S., care Hospital for Insane, Dunning, Chicago, HI., 
236. 

Hayden, Agnes, 1205 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 337. 

Hayes, Charlotte B. (Moyer), 146 North 5th Ave., La Grange, 
lU., 248. 
*Hayes (see Singleton, Mary K.). 

Hays (see Jordan, Edith V.). 

Hazzard, Charles, 303 Chambers Ave., Peoria, lU., 259. 

Heaps, Edith E. (Pierce), Winfield, Kan., 310. 

Heathcock, John L., Bessemer, Mich., 297. 

Heil, Charles F., 908 West First St., Santa Ana, Cal., 324. 

Helm, Walter B., 740 North Church St., Rockford, HI., 148. 

Helmer (see Brad well, Bessie). 
A,*Hemenway, Francis D., 377. 

Hemenway, Henry B., 1744 Chicago Ave., Evanston, HI., 133. 
*Hemenway (see Bradley, Lilla M.). 

Henderson, Robert H., 161 New St., Newark, N. J., 352. 
*Henry, Ira B., 78. 

Henry, Mary (Rossiter), 614 Church St., Evanston, 111., 170. 

Hensel, James G., 811 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 215. 

Heppe, Amelia D., 519 Erie Ave., Logansport, Ind., 297. 

Herben, Stephen J., Maplewood, N. J., 200. 

Herben (see Foster, Grace L). 

Herdien, E. Forrest, Baker City, Ore., 297. 

Herdien, Walter L., Webb City, Mo., 298. 

Herrick, Horace N., 145 West Mulberry St., Kokomo, Ind., 148. 
, Hewitt, George W., Council Bluffs, la., 140. 

Hicks, Joseph J., Macon, Mo., 286. 
^Hill, Charles, 2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111., 370. 
, Hill, Ehzabeth A. (Leek), Green Bay, Wis., 183. 
, Hill, Harry O., 2023 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111., 353. 
, HiU, Joseph H., 1515 Highland Place, Emporia, Kan., 176. 
, *Hill, Mary A. (Sheets), 167. 

Hilliard (see Bayne, Mary). 
, /iHillis, Newell D., Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 388. 
. HiUs, Alfred E., Rand, North Park, Colo., 162. 
. HiUs, Francis A., Oregon, lU., R. F. D., 105. 
. HiUs, George P., Ottawa, lU., 236. 
. *Hilton, Theophilus B., Jr., 112. 

*Hilton (see Brown, Jessie). 
. Hinkel, Martha, Redwood Falls, Minn., 337. 
. Hitchcock, Anna L., Detour, Mich., 248. 
. Hitt, Isaac R., Jr., 1334 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C, 191. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



661. 


'92. 


257. 


78. 


1170. 


'00. 


283. 


'79. 


134. 


'74. 


1089. 


'99. 


474. 


'87. 


583. 


'90. 


612. 


'91. 


815. 


'95. 


884. 


'96. 


1359. 


'02. 


1503. 


'89. 



440 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Hoag, Ernest B., 101 North Los Robles St., Pasadena, Cal., 225. 

Hoag, Junius C, 4669 Lake Ave.,* Chicago, III., 127. 

Hoagland, Descom D., Lowell, Ind., 324. 

Hobart, William T., 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 134. 

Hobart (see Hatfield, Emily M.). 

Hobbs, Richard G., Springfield, lU., 97. 

Hochbaum, Elfrieda, 627 Touhy Ave., Chicago, 111., 310. 

Holcomb (see Jarrett, Amyf. 

Holden, Helen M., 801 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis., 183. 

Holden, Robert H., 628 Foster St., Evanston, 111., 209. 

Holden (see Bock, Helen H.). 

Holderman, Mary B., Morris, 111., 215. 

Holmes, Daniel J., Jr., care Rev. D. J. Holmes, Palatine, 111., 259. 

Holmes, David W., Janesville, Wis., 273. 

Holmes, Marion, MarseiUes, 111., 353. 
/iHolmes, William H., 823 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 386. 

Holmes (see Germain, Grace E.). 
714. '93. Holt, Robert N., 2540 North 42d Ave., Chicago, 111., 237. 

Holt (see Wakeman, Ora E.). 

Hood, Thomas H., Denver, Colo., 134. 

Horswell, Charles, 802 Second Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn., 
167. 

Horswell, Gail, Estherville, la., 273. 

Horswell, George H., 34 b Tsukiji, Tokio, Japan, 134. 

Horswell (see Redfield, Helen M.) 
/iHorton, Oliver H., 2615 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111., 387. 

Hostetler, Robert B., Temple Court, Minneapolis, Minn., 105. 

Hough, George J., 2235 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., 259. 

Houghton, Horace L., Horicon, Wis., 286. 

Houk, Charles W., Du Quoin, 111., 324. 

Houston (see Dunlop, Anna G.). 
grHoward, Arthur D., Glencoe, 111., 372. 

Howard, Nina F., Glencoe, 111., 259. 

Howard, Otis M., Glencoe, lU., 200. 

Howard, William E., care MarionviUe CoUegiate Institute, 
Marion viUe, Mo., 310. 

Howell, Harold R., 1619 High St., Des Moines, la., 201. 

Howell, L. Edna, 2943 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.. 353. 

Howell (see Brown, Elizabeth M.). 

Hubbard, Giles, 3118 Wabash Ave., Chicago, lU., 183. 

Hubbell, Frances E. (Leonard), Fargo, N. Dak., 201. 

Hudson Charles W., Waukegan, 111., 112. 

Humphrey, Wirt E., 2129 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 210. 

Hunt, Caroline L., 1566 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 192. 

Hunt, EUzabeth R., 1566 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 121. 

Hunt, John E., Oak Park, 111., 192. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



284. 


'79. 


412. 


'84. 


885. 


'96. 


285. 


'79. 


1504. 


'89. 


169. 


'75. 


816. 


'95. 


961. 


'97. 


1171. 


'00. 


1435. 


'01. 


817. 


'95. 


544. 


'89. 


1090. 


'99. 


545. 


'89. 


1360. 


'02. 


475. 


'87. 


546. 


'89. 


196. 


'76. 


584. 


'90. 


508. 


'88. 


232. 


'77. 


509. 


'88. 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



441 



NO. 


CLASS 


662. 


'92. 


1253. 


'01 


1516. 


'95 


1412. 


'93 


47. 


'68 


118. 


'73 


341. 


'81 


28. 


'64 


962. 


'97 


1091. 


'99 


476. 


'87 


428. 


'85 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



135. '74. 



963. 


'97. 


1490. 


'84. 


286. 


'79. 


342. 


'81. 


1450. 


'70. 


715. 


'93. 


964. 


'97. 


1022. 


'98. 


818. 


'95. 


585. 


'90. 


716. 


'93. 


1254. 


'01. 


886. 


'96. 


717. 


'93. 


308. 


'80. 


1361. 


'02. 


1255. 


'01. 


1447. 


'68. 


663. 


'92. 


767. 


'94. 


258. 


'78. 


1487. 


'83. 


510. 


'88. 


965. 


'97. 


98. 


72. 



Hunt, Nettie J. (Raymond), care University of Chicago, Chicago, 
111., 226. 

Hunting, Edith S., 2659 North 44th Ave., Chicago, 111., 337. 
hKurd, Harvey B., 1572 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111., 390. 
^Hurd, Persis J. (Alderson), Fayette, la., 364. 
*Huse, Frederick J., 72. 

Husted, Frederick M., Macdonough Building, Oakland, Cal., 93. 
*Huston, William H., 149. 
*Hutchings, Frederic J., 67. 

Hutchins, Edwin S., 314 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis., 287. 

Hutchison, Bessie B., Marshfield, Wis., 310. 

Hutchison, Matilda P., Mineral Point, Wis., 183. 

Huxford, Edward D., care Cherokee State Bank, Cherokee, la., 
171. 

Hyde, DeForest M., 543 John St., Appleton, Wis., 97. 

Hyde (see Smith, Martha C). 

Irvine, Theodora U., Mount Vernon, la., 287. 
Msham, Ralph N., 321 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111., 384. 

Jackson, Douglas V., Muscatine, la., 134. 

James, Benjamin B., West Superior, Wis., 149. 

James (see Meserve, Emma P.). 
/iJameson, James M., 377. 

Jamison, George, Cherry VaUey, 111., 237. 

Janes, Katherine L. (Witter), 5182 Maple Ave., St. Louis, Mo., 
287. 

Janes, Merle, 1300 North Sixth Ave., Quincy, 111., 298. 

Janssen, John J., Seneca, Mo., 259. 

Jarrett, Amy (Holcomb), Hinsdale, 111., 210. 

Jaynes, Alva M., Maple Grove Farm, LaFayette, 111., 237. 

Jeffrey, Jessie W., Tuscola, 111., 337. 

Jenks, Charles N., Savanna, 111., 273. 

Jennings, Henrietta M. (Oates), 626 Hamlin St., Evanston, 111., 
237. 

Jessup, Robert B., Vincennes, Ind., 140. 

Jewel, Jed L., 517 Greenleaf Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, 111., 353. 

Jewell, Helen M., Jacksonville, 111., 337. 
/i* Jewell, James S., 376. 

Johnson, Ernest C, 623 Cook St., Evanston, 111., 226. 

Johnson, Franklin L., care National Bank of Commerce, St. 
Louis, Mo., 248. 

Johnson, Frank S., 2521 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111., 128. 
/i* Johnson, Hosmer A., 383. 
, Johnson, Isaac, New London, Wis., 192. 

Johnston, Eleanor, Dundee, 111., 287. . 

Johnston, J. Milton, 2563 N. 41st Court, Irving Park, Chicago, 
111., 88. 



[h, indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



.256. 


'01. 


613. 


'91. 


.092. 


'99. 


197. 


'76. 


369. 


'82. 



442 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CliASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Johnston, Joseph A., 1932 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111., 337. 

Johnston, Sidney P., 359 E. 43d St., Chicago, 111., 215. 

Jones, Albert R., Independence, Kan., 310. 

Jones, Francis M., 112. 

Jones, Lydia L. H. (Trowbridge), 342 Bradley Place, Chicago, 111., 

156. 
547. '89. Jones, Mary (Schlesinger), 10th St., College Point, Long Island, 

N. Y., 201. • 

1497. '87./1* Jones, Mrs. Mary E. Hayes, 385. 

1023. '98. Jones, Nettie L., 446 North Central Ave., Austin, Chicago, 111., 

298. 

1093. '99. Jones, Paul V., 657 Lincohi Ave., Pasadena, Cal., 610. 

1498. '87. AJones, Sylvester F., 101 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass., 385. 

1024. '98. Jones, Walter C, 1107 Ayars Place, Evanston, 111., 298. 

Jones (see Weeks, Helen F.). 
Jones (see Moore, Mary H.). 

819. '95. Jordan, Edith V. (Hays), 300 Winthrop Ave., Chicago, 111., 260. 
1517. '95. Wordan, William H., Sioux Falls, S. Dak., 390. 

1257. '01. Jose, Lillian L., Kenyon, Minn., 337. 

Joy (see Clark, May). 
1460. '74./i*Jutkins, Andrew J., 379. 

1094. '99. JuvinaU, Charles F., Edgar, 111., 311. 

259. '78. Kagey, Jacob, Buena Vista, Colo., 128. 

1172. '00. Kahn, Julius M., care Kraus, Alschuler & Holden, 1230 Tribune 

Building, Chicago, 111., 324. 
Kallander (see Gray, Alice M.). 
887. '96. Kanavel, Allen B., 6027 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111., 273. 

260. '78. Karcher, Louis, 1263 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111., 128. 
136. '74. Kaufman, Matthias S., 131 Rock St., Fall River, Mass., 97. 

614. '91. Kay, Livonia R., Watseka, 111., 216. 

1173. '00. Kean, M. Imogene, Palatine, 111., 324. 

1531. '03. hKeen, William W., 1729 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa., 394. 

1174. '00. Keller, William, 312 Maxwell St., Chicago, 111., 324. 

1258. '01. Kelley, Andrew C, 307 Ann St., Peoria, 111., 338. 

768. '94. Kelley, Charles A., 8748 Emerald Ave., Chicago, III, 249. 
170. '75. Kellogg, Amy C. (Morse), West WiUiamsfield, O., 105. 
309. '80. Kemble, Duston, Bucyrus, O., 140. 

966. '97. KendaU, H. M. Daisy (Ward), 4356 Union Ave., Chicago, lU., 
287. 

820. '95. Kennedy, Hugh, 126 North Spruce St., Traverse City, Mich., 

260. 

Kennedy, Lina (Preston), Osage, la., 216. 
*Kennicott, Albert J., 75. 
hKer, John, 382. 

Kerr, Ellis K., 214 North Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111., 273. 

Kerr, Robert J., 113 South Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, 111., 249. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



615. 


'91. 


55. 


'69. 


1483. 


'82. 


888. 


'96. 


769. 


'94. 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



443 



4. 


'59. 


233. 


77. 


391. 


'83. 


99. 


'72. 


1362. 


'02. 


447. 


'86. 


889. 


'96. 


1259. 


'01. 


1095. 


'99. 


448. 


'86. 


119. 


'73. 



261. 


'78. 


1260. 


'01. 


1363. 


'02, 


1532. 


'03, 


890. 


'96. 


48. 


'68. 


234. 


'77. 


1364. 


'02. 


1175. 


'00. 


1365. 


'02. 


664. 


'92. 


1261. 


'01. 


137. 


'74. 


1025. 


'98. 


1176. 


'00. 


198. 


'76. 


262. 


'78. 


548. 


'89. 


1433. 


'00. 


343. 


'81. 


263. 


'78. 


891. 


'96. 


967. 


'97. 


171. 


'75. 


1177. 


'00. 


821. 


'95. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Kidder, Henry M., 1705 Lincoln St., Evanston, III, 60. 

Kimball, Arthur S., 16 Fenno St., Roxbury, Mass., 121. 

Kimball, Harriet A. (Mc Williams), D wight. 111., 162. 

Kimball, Mather D., 728 Frederick St., Milwaukee, Wis., 88. 

Kincaid, Leslie P., Farmer City, 111., 353. 

Kindig, Henry L., Lafayette, Ind., 176. 

King, Charles H., 216 South Utica St., Waukegan, 111., 274. 

King, James S., 1489 Hewitt Ave., St. Paul, Minn., 338. 

Iving, Karl D., 1307 Ainslie St., Chicago, 111., 311. 

ffing, Minnie E. (Mason), Ormond, Fla., 176. 

King, WiUiam, Highland Park, lU., 93. 

King (see Smith, Bessie C). 

King (see Patterson, Edith). 

King (see Parks, May E.). 

Kinman, Edward M., 517 Jordan St., Jacksonville, III, 128. 

Kinnison, Catharine, Odell, 111., 338. 

Kipp, Ray B., Fairbury, 111., R. No. 2, 353. 
/iKirk, Edward C, Dental Department, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, Philadelphia, Pa., 394. 

Kitendaugh, Eugene F., 2600 West Addison Ave., Dunning, 
Chicago, III, 274. 

Knapp, William C, Normal, 111., 73. 

Knapp (see Verbeck, Hila M,). 

Knappen, Frank E., Kalamazoo, Mich., 121. 

Knott, Thomas A., 239 North Fourth St., Coshocton, O., 353. 

Knowlton, George B., Rochester, Minn., 325. 

Knox, Arthur H., 804 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 354. 

Knox, Loren H., 630 University Place, Evanston, 111., 226. 

Knox, Susan M., Wilmette, 111., 338. 

Knox, William M., Press Club, 106 Madison St., Chicago, 111., 97. 

Kokubo, Sadanosuke, care Marquis Tokugawa, Osone St., Na- 
goya, Japan, 298. 

Kompel, Morris, 96 Johnson St., Chicago, 111., 325. 

Krantz, John, Jr., 657 East 26th St., Paterson, N. J., 113. 
*Kryder, Cyrus F., 129. 

Kryder (see Pattison, Jennie E.). 

Kunstman, Gustav W., 443 Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111., 201. 
grKurtz, Charles J., 4711 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111., 371. 

Lacy, William H., Foochow, China, 149. 

Lacy (see Nind, Emma). 

Ladd, Joseph T., Elgin, 111., 129. 

La Fontaine, Charles V., 9029 Exchange Ave., Chicago, 111., 274. 

Lamb, Harriet C, Athens, O., 288. 

Lambert, Charles E., 540, 22d Ave., South, Seattle, Wash., 105. 

Lane, Clara L. (Noble), 862 Flournoy St., Chicago, 111., 325. 

Lane, Frank H., Naperville, 111., 260. 



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



892. 


'96. 


893. 


'96. 


1476. 


'79.i 


67. 


'70. 


477. 


'87. 


1262. 


'01. 


968. 


'97. 


1263. 


'01. 


1264. 


'01. 


1178. 


'00. 


1096. 


'99. 



1097. 


'99. 


138. 


'74. 


665. 


'92. 


287. 


'79, 


370. 


'82. 



444 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Lane, Louis L., Sisseton, S. Dak., 274. 

Lane, Warren D., Sisseton, S. f)ak., 274. 
'79./i*Laney, H. M., 381. 

Langworthy, Albert D., 2043 Kenmore Ave., Chicago, 111., 78. 

Larash, George L, Fulton, 111., 183. 

Larimer, Guy W., care Northwestern University Medical School, 
Chicago, 111., 338. 

Larsen, Austin C, Green ftay. Wis., 288. 

Larsen, Isabel, P. O. Box 189, Madison, S. Dak., 338. 

Larsen, Leslie R., Green Bay, Wis., 338. 

Larson, Bemhard, Penn, N. Dak., 325. 

Lasher, Grace A. (Berry), 811 Washington St., Evanston, 111., 
311. 
770. '94. Latham, Carlton R., Wilmette, 111., 249. 

Latham (see Babcock, Helen). 

Lawler, Hiram F., Arlington Heights, 111., 311. 

Leach, Charles, Glendora, Cal., 98. 

Leach, Howard E., 2011 Lexington St., Chicago, 111., 226. 

Leach, William B., 630 North Robey St., Chicago, 111., 135. 

Lee, John, Peotone, 111., 156. 

Leek (see Hill, Elizabeth A.). 
894. '96. Leesley, Clyde L., 1108 Leland Ave., Chicago, 111., 275. 

Lehman (see Davis, Lena M.). 
549. '89. Leonard, Herbert G., Fargo, N. Dak., 201. 

Leonard (see Hubbell, Frances E.). 
120. '73. *Leslie, John R., 93. 

Leslie (see Richey, Mary). 

Lewis, Charles G., 1456 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 184. 

Lewis, Martin O., 1456 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 98. 

Lewis, Nellie A. (Barnes), 410 Richards St., Joliet, 111., 141. 

Lewis, Robert D., 106. 

Lewis, Spencer, Chungking, West China, 135. 

Libberton, Raymond C, 7427 ElUs Ave., Chicago, 111., 311. 

Light, William R., Oklahoma City, Okla., care C. O. & G. R. R., 
171. 
grLindquist, Theodore, 5952 Green St., Chicago, 111., 370. 

Lindsey, Draper A., Minneapolis, Minn. (?), 94. 

Linebarger, Charles E., 2583 Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111., 193. 
'60. *Linn, Alphonso C, 60. 

Linn, Henrietta A., 2387 N. 42d Ave., Irving Park, Chicago, 111., 
113. 

Lipps, E. John, South Bethlehem, Pa., 141. 

Little, Frank, River Forest, 111., 193. 

Little (see Thatcher, Mabelle). 
969. '97. Livermore, Melva A., Methodist Episcopal Mission, Meerut, 
India, via Italy, 288. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



478. 


'87. 


139. 


'74. 


310. 


'80. 


172. 


'75. 


288. 


'79. 


1098. 


'99. 


429. 


'85. 


1430. 


'99. 


121. 


'73. 


511. 


'88. 


6. 


'60. 


199. 


'76. 


311. 


'80. 


512. 


'88. 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 445 

NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Lloyd, Alfred T., 720 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 339. 

Lockwood, Charles D., Pasadena, Cal., 237. 
grLockwood, Francis C, Manhattan, Kan., 367. 

Logan, Charles L., Elizabeth, 111., 122. 

Logeman, May M., 511 North Front St., Marquette, Mich., 325. 

Logeman, Rose M., 463 Orchard St., Chicago, 111., 216. 

Lombard, Mary J., 130 College Place, Ypsilanti, Mich., 339. 

Longley, Florence M., 51 Summit Ave., St. Paul, Minn., 325. 

Longpre, Elmer L., 194 Court St., Kankakee, 111., 311. 

Lord, Frank E., 1328 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 162. 

Lord, Frank W., Piano, 111., 113. 

Lord, William A., 61. 
'02. /iLorenz, Adolf, Vienna, Austria, 393. 

Lott, Lewis B., Downers Grove, 111., 325. 

Low, Isabel R., 1040 Benson Ave., Evanston, 111., 354. 

Lowe, Leo H., 314 South Tremont St., Kewanee, 111., 275. 

Lowe (see Bo wen, Lucy I.). 

Lowell, Emma B., 5410 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111., 339. 

Lowell, Josephine, 5410 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111., 275. 

Luce (see Peck, Mabel E.). 
*Ludlow, Edmund, 226. 

Ludlow, Theresa (Benedict), 2245 North Meridian St., Indian- 
apolis, Ind., 202. 

Lumpkin (see Pegram, Mary E.). 
*Lunt, George, 88. 

/iLunt, Horace G., 431 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo., 
381. 

Lyford, Charlotte E. (Boyd), Galva, 111., 202. 

Lyford, Lucy, Port Byron, 111., 354. 

Lyon, Leonie T., care Annie Wright Seminary, Tacoma, Wash., 
339. 

Lytle, Clarice M., 4756 Langley Ave., Chicago, 111., 312. 

Macard, Frank, 129. 

MacArthur, Elizabeth C. (May), 287 Pleasant St., Milwaukee, 
Wis., 149. 
1269. '01. McCabe, Caroline R. (Morgan), Hiawatha Ranch, Big Spring, 
Tex., 339. 
grMacCarthy, Joseph P., 6 Thompson Blk., Helena, Mont., 365. 

McCasky, Franklin W., 2108 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, lU., 288. 

McCasky, Harriet L., 790 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111., 227. 

McCasky, Isaac W., 790 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111., 65. 

McCasky, Katherine E., 790 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111., 275. 

McClish, Eli, San Jose, Cal., 98. 

McCluskey, Frank, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111., 312. 

McCool, Oliver P., 640 Touhy Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, III., 
122. 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.] 



NO. 


CLASS. 


1265. 


'01. 


718. 


'93. 


1422. 


'96. 


235. 


'77. 


1179. 


'00. 


616. 


'91. 


1266. 


'01. 


1180. 


'00. 


1099. 


'99. 


392. 


'83. 


200. 


'76. 


7. 


'60. 


1529. 


'02. 


1181. 


'00. 


1366. 


'02. 


895. 


'96. 


1267. 


'01. 


896. 


'96. 


666. 


'92. 


550. 


'89. 


100. 


'72. 


1473. 


'78. 


551. 


'89. 


1367. 


'02. 


1268. 


'01. 


1100. 


'99. 


264. 


'78. 


344. 


'81. 



1415. 


'94. 


970. 


'97. 


667. 


'92. 


21. 


'62. 


897. 


'96. 


140. 


'74. 


1101. 


'99. 


236. 


'77. 



446 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

McCullough (see Osgood, Harriet L.). 

McCurdy, Dwight B., 602 Lunf Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, 111., 
275. 

McDermott, Eugene E., 1307 6th St., Southeast, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 171. 

McElroy (see Allen, Cora). 

McElwain, Frank, 2159 West Adams St., Chicago, HI., 260. 

McFadden, Benjamin L., Havana, 111., 202. 

McGarry, Lafayette E., Gold Field, Colo., 113. 

McGarry, William L., 1348 East 9th St., Des Moines, la., 99. 

MacGuffin, John B., Sheridan, 111., 71. 

MacHarg, Mary K., 3227 Beacon St., Chicago, 111., 288. 

Machesney, William N., Grant Park, 111., 312. 

Mcintosh, Arthur T., 6 Washington Place, Chicago, HI., 326. 

Mclntyre, Sanford H., Peru, N. Y., 80. 

Mack, Emily B., 106 Lincoln St., Joliet, lU., 227. 

McKeever (see Pryor, Ellen M.). 

McLaughlin, Mary H., Upland, Ind., 326. 

Maclay, Otis H., 6408 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, HI., 288. 

McLennan, William E., 1629 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111., 184. 

McNair, Rush, 326 South Burdick St., Kalamazoo, Mich., 172. 

McNeill, H. lies. Fort Atkinson, Wis., 275. 

McNett, Frank W., 2004 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111., 312. 

McNett, Willard N., Cary, lU., 299. 

McPherrin, Robert A., care Berkley Ice Works, Berkley, Va., 157. 

McPherrin, Samuel C, 1919 East 11th St., Kansas City, Mo., 113. 

McPherrin (see Moore, Jessie). 
203. '76. McPherson, Andrew W., Perry, la., 114. 

McWilliams (see Kimball, Harriet A.). 
669. '92. Mailley, James, Stromsburg, Neb., 227. 
900. '96. Main, William A., Kucheng, China, 275. 

Mallory (see Bassett, Harriet S.). 
413. '84. Maltbie, Adella G. (Dickman), 85 West 118th St., New York, 
N. Y., 167. 
^Maltbie, Milo R., 21 City Hall, New York, N. Y., 364. 

Maltman, Mary (Bass), 1027 Grove St., Evanston, 111., 216. 

Maltman, Stewart A., Ponce, Porto Rico, 216. 

Manchester (see Eversz, Jessie E.). 

Mann, Loula M., 1408 Pleasant St., Des Moines, la., 339. 

March, Benjamin F., 5814 West Ohio St., Chicago, 111., 216. 

Mars, Gerhardt C, 67 Horatio St., New York, N. Y., 172. 
*Marsden, Frank F., 260. 

Marsh, Ben H., Anglo-Chinese College, Foochow, China, via 
San Francisco, 299. 

Marsh, Ellen F., Northfield, Minn., 193. 
*Marshall, Jane H. (Cormack), 150. 

[h. indicates honorary ; g., graduate,] 



898. 


'96. 


430. 


'85. 


822. 


'95. 


552. 


'89. 


201. 


'76. 


141. 


'74. 


43. 


'67. 


971. 


'97. 


1102. 


'99. 


1182. 


'00. 


75. 


'71. 


668. 


'92. 


1183. 


'00. 


972. 


'97. 


479. 


'87. 


431. 


'85. 


899. 


'96. 


1103. 


'99. 


1026. 


'98. 


371. 


'82. 


202. 


'76. 



1413. 


'93. 


617. 


'91. 


618. 


'91. 


1270. 


'01. 


619. 


'91. 


432. 


'85. 


823. 


'95. 


1027. 


'98. 


513. 


'88. 


345. 


'81. 




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 



447 



NO. 


CLASS. 


1184. 


'00. 


1185. 


'00. 


514. 


'88. 


586. 


'90. 


142. 


'74. 


1271. 


'01. 


670. 


'92. 


771. 


'94. 


901. 


'96. 


346. 


'81. 


204. 


'76. 


1186. 


'00. 


824. 


'95. 


620. 


'91. 


1451. 


'70. 


1028. 


'98. 



22. '62. 



1104. 


'99. 


1105. 


'99. 


1272. 


'01. 


1368. 


'02. 


372. 


'82. 


414. 


'84. 


1493. 


'86. 


312. 


'80. 


902. 


'96. 


347. 


'81. 


313. 


'80. 


1029. 


'98. 


1187. 


'00. 


173. 


'75. 


1030. 


'98. 


314. 


'80. 


480. 


'87. 


515. 


'88. 


373. 


'82. 


516. 


'88. 



NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. 



Martin, Arba, 27 Heck Hall, Evanston, 111., 326. 

Martin, Horatio S., Brighton Park, Chicago, 111. (?), 326. 

Martin, Norman A., 1526 A St., Lincoln, Neb., 193. 

Martin, Riley P., 1461^ Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 210. 

Martin, William L., 223 Ridge wood Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., 99. 

Masden, Ella M., 145, 5th St., Milwaukee, Wis., 339. 

Mason, Albert S., Mellette, S. Dak., 227. 

Mason (see King, Minnie E.). 

Masslich, Chester B., 1732 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., 249. 

Masslich, George B., 932 Park Ave., Chicago, 111., 276. 

Matlack, Joseph A., 68 DeKalb St., Chicago, 111., 150. 

Matthew, Winfield S., 2009 Lincoln St., Berkeley, Cal., 114. 

Matthew (see Pomeroy, Marion L.). 

Mattison, Georgia D., 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, HI., 326. 

Mattison, Mortimer W., 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111., 260. 

Mattison, Myrtle E., 1028 Warren Ave., Chicago, lU., 217. 
/iMattison, Olin F., 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111., 377. 

Mattison, Olinia M., 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111., 299. 

May (see MacArthur, Elizabeth C). 
*Meacham, Henry G., 65. 

Meddaugh (see Simonson, Anna P.). 

Medlar, Ola S., Tacloban, Island of Leyte, P. I., 312. 

Mell, Aaron W., 313. 

MelviUe, Carey E., care Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 
Md., 340. 

Melzer, Lulu K., Glenview, 111., 354. 

Merreil, Frank W., Monmouth, 111., 157. 

Merrick, George P., 1322 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 167. 
/iMerrill, Stephen M., 57 Washington St., Chicago, 111., 384. 

Merritt, George, Turin, N. Y., 141. 

Merville, Beulah E. (Spofford), 5585 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis, 
Mo., 276. 

Meserve, Emma P. (James), 6421 Stewart Ave., Chicago, 111., 150. 
*Mesick, Dollie V. (Pursel), 141. 

Messner, Mabel E., Edison Park, 111., 299. 

Metcalf, Anne M. (Thomas), Winona, Minn., 326. 
*Metcalf, Henry K., 106. 

Metcalf, Terressa A. (Bonar), 911 Greenleaf St., Evanston, 111., 
299. 

Mettler (see Pierson, Mary J.). 

Michelet, Charles J., Wilmette, 111., 141. 

Middlekauff, Frank G., 5327 Maple Ave., St. Louis, Mo., 184. 

Middlekauff, Oscar, Lexington, Neb., R. F. D. No. 2, 193. 

Middlekauff, Peter D., 1761 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111., 157. 

Middlekauff, Samuel H., Pacific Grove, Cal., 194. 

Middlekauff (see Prindle, Emma M.). 

[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.l 



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NO. CLASS. NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS. PAGE. 

Milbank, Mary L., Chillicothe, Mo., 299. 
Miller, Alta D., 1707 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111., 288. 
*Miller, Amos H., 81. 
Miller, Annie Marcy (Scott), 562 Willard Place, Evanston, 111., 

261. 
Miller, Clarence J., Rock Rapids, la., 250. 
Miller, Effie W., 11456 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111., 227. 
Miller, Esther M. M., 7204^1ark St., Evanston, 111., 276. 
Miller, Harry H., care Balsas Valley Co., Mexico City, D. F., 

Mexico, 157. 
*Miller, Helen L. (Moore), 142. 
MiUer, Maude E. (Cormack), New Milford, 111., 313. 
Miller, Nathan C, Durango, Colo., 151. 
Miller, Sumner M., 701 Main St., Peoria, 111., 276. 
i*Milner, James W., 380. 

Milner, Sarah F., 7436 Monr