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New Tobk Univeesitt, New Yobk Cut, 

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Amhebst College, Amhebst, Mass. 

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Western Reserve College, Hudson, O. 

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Michigan Univeesitt, Asm Abbob, Mich. 

iartmottift d^hapter. 

Dartmouth Collbgb, Hanoveb, N. H, 
Rochester Univeesitt, Rochestee, N. Y. 

Jtlabama Cfhaptcr. 

Alabama Univebsitt, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Williams College, Williamstowx, Mass. 

Panltattatt (![Iia5t«r. 

New Toek Fbek Academy, New Yoek Crrr. 

WeSLKYAN TJnIVBESITT, MiDDLETOWir, Ct, 

Keitton College, Gambieb, O, 

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Union College, Schenectady, N. T. 

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(BiQUtm lundr^d and 3i;|^irtg-ta0* 

•Hon. Samuel Eells, 2.A.K. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

LoBBNzo Latham, E.n. Natchez, Miss. 

John Curtis Underwood, E'n. New York City. 

Hon. Othniel Samuel Williams, O.A. Clinton, N. T, 
Treas. Ham. Coll. 



(Bight«tt luttdn{il ani ©j^irtg-thw. 



Charles Avery, L.L. D., 

Prof. Ham. Coll. 
♦Marcus Catlin, 

Prof. Ham. Coll. 
♦Edward-Parker Handy, 
Charles Eilbourn, 
Hon. Oliver Andrew Morse, 

Rep. XT. S. Congress. 
Lorenzo Parsons, 
Oren Root, 

Prof. Ham. CoU. 
♦Rev. Henry Lemuel Stores, 



2.0. Clinton, N. T.. 

Z'A. Clinton, N. Y. 

P.Z. XJtica, N. Y. 

A.T. St. Mary's, Wis. 

P.n. Cherry VaUey, N. Y. 

Z.E. Westfield, N. Y, 

Z'r. Clinton, N. Y. 

E.B. Yonkers, N. Y. 




(BijMwtt Ittndr^d and ®^irtg-fflun 



♦Melville M. Adams, 



M.O. Pompey, N. Y. 



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*Heevey Leicester Coe, 


E.0. 


Le Roy, N. Y. 


JOHX GODDAED HlNCKl^T, 


N.r. 


Westfield, N. Y. 


•Rev. John Finlkt Smith, 


N.r. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


Prof. Ham. Coll. 






HkMiLTON Spencer, 


A'Z. 


Bloomington, III. 


mnUm ^m&t^i 


and 


ghirtg-Jicc. 


Hon. Nathaniel Besnett, 


N.n 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


Frederick Augustus Coe, 


P.S. 


New York City. 


Calvert Comstock, 


E.P. 


Albany, N. Y. 


*Henrt Mandeville, D. J). 


A'&. 


MobUe, Ala. 


Prof. Ham. CoU. 






Hon. Anson Stow Millee, 


E'9. 


Rockfora, Dl. 


Rev. Jaues Augustus Platt, 


E.A. 


Skaneateles, N. Y. 


Rev. Sauuel Strong Pomerot, 


2.T. 


Cortlandville, N. Y 


Thomas Weight, 


O.E. 


Chic^o, III. 


ffiijlhiectt lundntd 


and 


aWrij-SK. 


♦Thomas Paeker Adams, 


B'A. 


Waterford, N. T. 


Moses Mears Bags, M. D. 


O.E. 


Utica, N. T. 


William Henry Clark, 


A.N. 


Detroit, Micb. 


Daniel Huntington, 


N.Z. 


New York Oitj. 


Hon. JoHx Maetin Keep, 


P.T. 


Beloit, Wis. 


James Otib Moese, Jr. 


M.n. 


New Yoik Citj, 


Hon. Truman H. Wheelee, 


A.0. 


Delhi, N. T. 


•Seth Tbton Wilbue, 


E'N. 


Genoa, N Y. 



(gijhtcni fundr^d and Sliirtg-secen. 

Philip Feasee, I^i. Montrose, Pa. 

George Yates Gilbert, r.P. New York City. 

Rev. CoBNELiDS Wm, Gillam, O.Z. Springville, N. Y. 

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Hon. Amos K. Hadley, 

. Speaker N. Y. Assembly. 
Rev. Theodore B. Lymak, D. D. F'A'. 
Charles Dudley Miller, A'N. 

Rev. John H. Raymond, L.L. D. A'r. 
Prof. Rocb. Univ. 



A.Z. New York City. 



Pittsburgb, Pa. 
Peterboro, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



dijghtwtt Ittttdr^i and ilhirtg-djght, 

A.O. Brunswick, Mo. 
A'Z. Cleveland 
n.A. Brooklyn 



Rev. Samuel J. Mills Beebe, 

•Heman B. Ely, 

Rev. Parsons Clark Hastings, 

Tut. Ham. Coll. 
•George Langpord, Jr. 
*JoHN Milton Lathrop, 
Rev. Lansing Porter, 
John W. Pratf, 

Prof. Alabama Univ. 
Hon. James Osborn Putnam, 
Levi Ward Smith, 
Hon. James Wickes Taylor, 
*HoN. George Underwood, 
Rev. Daniel C. Van Norman, 
Prin. Rutgers Inst. 



(Bijghtwn lunir^d and i^hirtg-nmc* 

*Ira Adams, 1.0. New Orleans, La. 

Rev. Seymour W. Adams, D. D. E.T. 
Rev. Amos Delos Gridley, 2.A. 



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1, Ohio. J 

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r.T. 


Marshall, Mich. 


O.P. 


Sherburne, N. T. 


l.N. 


Auburn, N. Y, 


O.Y. 


Tuscaloosa, Ala. 


2.T. 


Buffalo, K Y. 


A.<l». 


Rochester, N. Y, 


E.2. 


St. Paul, Min. 


T.A. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


A.II. 


New York City. 



Panett M. Hastings, M. D. 

Prof. Ham. Coll. 
Rev. Charles Jerome, 
*Charles James Lynde, 



M.2. 



Cleveland, Ohio. 
Clinton, N. Y. 
Hartford, Conn. 



A'O. Ellicottville, IsT. Y. 
A.x. Homer, N. Y. 



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Hon. William Pitt Lyndb, 

Rep. TJ. S. Congress. 
*Chablks S. Rice, 
Rev. Horace "Wikslow, 




A.H. Milwaukie, Wis. 



2.B. New Orleans, La. 
O.n. Gt. Barrington, Mass. 



(BijgWwn fundr^d ani ^orig. 



West Troy, N. Y. 
New York City. 



Henky a. Bkigham, A'a. 

Theodore W. Dwight, L.L. D., F'O. 

Prof. Ham. Coll. Prof. Law, 
ColunL Coll. 
Hon. Glenni William ScoriBLD, N.Y. Warren, Pa. 

Rep.U. S. Congress. 
♦Joseph Sackett Sherwood, F'e'. Auburn, N. Y. 

€ijgbtwn lundr^d and <^oxiiSront. 

Edward North, r'T'. Clinton, N. Y. 

Prof. Ham. Coll. 
•Rev. LiNXTS Mead Peck, LA. Cazenovia, N. Y. 



Thomas Gold Frost, 
Norton Asa Halbert, 
♦Cotton Mather Kendrick, 
*Stbphkk Fkakklik Otis, 
Charles Ashbel Parsons, 
Hon. Theodore M. Pomeroy, 
Jared Sidney Torrance, 
Hon. Ashbel Parsons Willard, 
Gov. Indiana. 



ani (^crtg-toa* 

B'n. Galesburgh, 111. 

N.K. Buffalo, N. Y. 

a'E. Hamilton, N. Y. 

E.0. De Ruyter, N. Y. 

E.2. Auburn, N. Y. 

O.T. Auburn, N. Y. 

A'Y. Buffalo, N. Y. 

E.A. Indianapolis, Ind. 



(BiigWectt lundr^d and 40rig-%KC, 



Andrew Dexter, 



P.A. Whitesboro, N. Y 








HAMILTON 


CHAPTER. 


Fredebic Gbidley, 


P.O. Buffalo, N. Y. 


Rev. William Delos Love, 


A.T. Milwaukie, Wis. 


I Robert Mabk Richabdson, 


P.2. Syracuse, N. T. 


Alpbed B. Street, 


r'A, Albany, N. T. 


N". T. State Librarian. 




Henby Hun Thompson, 


E.A. Whitesboro, N. T. 




*Rev. Edwin Hall Obane, 
Rev. James Eells, 
*Rev. LoBEN Eaton Haven, 
Habvey Hubbabd, 
Oeobge William Jackson, 
Iba Newton Jebome, 
De Witt Rexpobd, 
Albebt Backus Robebts, 

RiCHABD KiNGSBUBY SaNFOBD, 

John Sayles, 



and 40rtg-f0ttn 

F'L Beirut, Asia. 

A.2. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

T.n. Ningpo, China. 

Pu^. Norwich, N. Y. 

E.Z. Farrowsville, Va. 

N.0. Iowa City, la. 

A.T. Janesville, Wis. 

P.X. Canastota, N. Y. 

A.A. Fulton, N. Y. 

2.M. Benham, Texas. 



EvEBETT Case, 

Geobge Washingtoij Cowles, 
John Hobton Daniels, 
SuMNEB Stowe Ely, 
Samuel Gubley Love, 
Theodobe Stewaet Pabsons, 
Geobge Oscab Rathbun, 



and 40rtg-^Pt, 

T.E. Vernon, N. Y. 

E.n. Hannibal, N. Y. 

O.2. Wilmington, 111. 

E.T. New York City. 

H'A. Buffalo, N.Y. 

T.A. Fulton, N. Y. 

E'P. Auburn, N. Y. 



Henby Plait Bbistol, 
Tut. Ham. Coll. 



mAtJ^A and ^eHu-six. 

E.n. Clinton, N. Y. 




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Levi Parsons Conak, 
Dan Pabm£le£ Eells, 
De Witt Langpord, 
Alexander Spaulding, 



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2.1'. Newark, Ohio. 

E.Y. Cleveland, Ohio. 

I. A. Reed's Landing, Mich. 

A.N. New York City. 



(KtjgWccn luntlr^d and 4^rtg-scwn^ 

Rev. Homer Bartlett Morgan, B.T' Constantmople, Turkey 

Rev. William W. Robinson, E'X. Penn Tan, N. Y. 

John Thomas Spriggs, T.P. Utica, N. Y. 

*Rev. Joseph W. Sutphen, H'I. Marrsovan, Asia Minor. 



Amos Underwood, Jr. 



E.n. Auburn, N. Y. 



(KijgWwn lundr^i and ^ortg-djglti 



Rev. Nathan Allen, A. P. 

Joseph Strong Avery, O.II. 

Samuel Ajxen Bennjpt, A.E. 

Benjamin C. Ely, N.A. 

Henry Giles Miller, A'T. 

Rev. JosiAH Wilcox North, H'O. 
Rev. Edward F. Baxter Orton, A.2. 

Prof. Normal School. 

Edward A. Sheldon, A.B. 



Springville, N. Y. 
Clinton, N. Y. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
CUnton, N. Y. . 
Chicago, 111. 
Como, Dl. 
Albany, N. Y. 

Clinton, N. Y. 



(Kiflhtectt lundr^d and ^^otii^-mt 

• Lewis Alexander Brigham, E.Z. New York City. 

Archibald Henry Campbell, 

Rev. Francis F. Ellinwood, 

James Solomon Gardner, 

Hon. Martin Luther Kimball, A.E. Berlin, Wis. 
State Senator. 

Rev. Welcome Lewis, 



A'Z. Chicago, 111. 
2.E' Rochester, N. Y. 
O.0. Whitesboro, N. Y. 



H'X. ClarksviUe, N. Y. 



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HAMILTON CHAPTEB. 



Key. Andrew Bioelow Mobse, A.A. Bankok, Siam. 
♦R. Db Fobest Sanbbbs, O.T. St. Louis, Mo. 

Alvan Tenney, E.ir. Pelasco, Texas, 




(BtjgWMtt lundri[d and S^4% 

TJei Caeruth, A.2. Berlin, Wis. 

Rev.' A. M. Hopper, A.B. Auburn, N. Y. 

Rev. Joseph Welton Hubbard, 2.B. Bridgewater, N. J. 



Perry Jones, 

Commodore TJ. S. N. 

Charles Mortimer Lee, 

William B. Mumbrute, 

James Oscar Notes, M. D. 

Benjamin Bradford Snow, 

Hon. William W. Stow, 



E.r. Clinton, N. Y. 

B'B. Westtown, N. Y. 

A'Z. Pulton, N. Y. 

O.X. New York City, 

B.A. Auburn, N. Y. 

A'T. San Francisco, Cal. 



Benjamin Rush Catxjn, M.£. 
Tut. Ham. Coll. 

Rev. William Nbal Cleveland, A.n. 

Martin Hawlet, I.B. 

Thomas Boyd Hudson, B.2. 
Tut. Ham. Coll. 

Walter Scott Kimball, M. D. E.A. 

James B. O. LaGbange, B.^. 

David Littlb Pabmelee, IIA. 



Clinton, N. Y. . 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
Union Springs, N. Y. 

Jersey City, N. Y. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
Aurora, N. Y. 



Rev. William Alvtn BARTLBrrr, E'n. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rev. Edward Howard Buck, a.p. Jewett, N. Y. 

Frederick Humphrey, E'T. Iowa City, la. 

Prof. Univ. Iowa. 






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Milton Hebvey Merwin, N.2. 

Hon. Samuel Franklin Miller, E.I. 
Samuel Gardiner Williams, A.E. 



Watertown, N. T. 
North Franklin, N. T. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 



(BiflMwtt luttdr^d and ^iftg-thrce. 

Charles Duncan Gilfillan, B'X. St. Paul, Min. 

Myron Hawley Beach, A.T' Dubuque, Iowa. 

RuFUS Sheldon, P.0. • Trenton, N. J. 
Prof. Normal School. 



(KijgWwtt gundr^d and ^ijftg-fottr* 

William Nathan Boynton, a'2. Cahawba, Ala. 

Charles Smith Bundy, 

Charles Linderman, 

♦Henry Franklin Lyman, 

*Edward Christoph. Morgan, A.E.K. Buffalo, N. Y. 

♦Joseph Loomis Williams, O.X. Hamburgh, N. Y, 



B'r. Dunnville, Wis. 
A.P. Eau Claire, Wig. 
E.*. Cortlandville, N. Y. 



(KijgWwtt Ittttdntd and ^iftg-^w. 


Theodore Avery, 


B'Z. 


Clinton, N". Y. 


Jordan Romans Chappel, 


O.Y. 


Edwardsburg, Mich 


VV iLLiAM Hart, 


E'A. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


Seth Parsons Pratt, 


E.B. 


New York City. 


Joseph Addison Prindle, 


A.0. 


Owego, N. Y. 


Andrew Shuman, 


A.P. 


Chicago, 111. 


Schuyler Bliss Steere, 


2.2. 


Racine, Wis. 


♦Sylvenus Aldrich Taxlor, 


A.X. 


Cortlandville, N. Y. 


I Lev. Milan Lester Ward, 


i.n. 


Berlin, Va. 



(KijgWwtt luttdr^d and ^iftg-six. 

*Eli Burlingame, Z'r. Pillar Point, N. Y. 

♦Isaac Augustus Cowles, A.0. Syracuse, N. Y. 



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HAMILTON CHAPTER. 



Edward Curran, 

Van Buren Dutton, 

Franklin Hervey Head, 

*Georgb Lobingier Horbach, 

Ariel McMaster, 

Richard Channing Moore, Jr. 

James Stewart, Jr. 




A.T'K Utica, N. Y. 

P.A. New York City. 

K.A. Kenosha, Wis. 

E'*. Omaha City, Neb. Ter. 

P.Z.^ So. Bainbridge, N. J. 

P.X. Williamsport, Pa. 

2.0. San Francisco, Cal. 



(&i0m iuttdr^d and ^iftg-Mwn. 

•Charles Merril ^errin, 2.B. Watertown, N. Y. 

Benjamin Davis Gilbert, E.O. Buffalo, N. Y. 



Rev. Herrick Johnson, 


H'E' 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


Rev. Charles Edw'd Robinson 


, B'X. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


VViLLiA*k Mason II-obinson, 


A'B. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Rev. James Avery Skinner, 


E.P. 


Union Square, N. Y. 


Augustus Coe Van Duyn, 


A'B. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


William J. Wallace, 


E'X. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


•Erastus Willard, 


P.*. 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


(BijgWwtt luiwlritd and dfiftg-djglti 


Seymour Fenton Adams, 


E.I. 


Vernon, N. Y. 


Charles Blackmer Cole, 


A'X. 


Lima, N. Y. 


*Eli Grahame Johnson, 


H'r. 


Chaumont, N. Y. 


Ansel Judd Noethrup, 


A.n. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


Frederick Scoville, 


P.Y. 


New York City. 


♦Frederick Dwight Seward, 


Fa. 


Yonkers, N. Y. 


Wallace Walter Thorpe, 


H'2. 


Skaneateles, N. Y. 


William Henry Webb, 


A'n. 


Homer, N. Y. 



diiglitun luttdr^d and ^^f^s-nme. 

William Bacon Goodwin, I.A. Waterville, N. Y. 

Isaac Hollister Hall, F'O. Norwalk, Conn. 

Hector Voltaire Loving, 0.2. Bowling Green, Ky. 




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John Herschel Morron, 
John Alsof Painb, 
George Edward Roys, 
Daniel Webster Wright, 




2.M. Princeton, N. Y. 

2:.X. New York City. 

E.0. Lyons, N. Y. 

E.O. Bowling Green, Ky 



(giglrt«tt luniir^d and |^«tg* 

William Harrison Beach, I.T. Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Arba Brookins, P.E. Vernon, N. Y. 

Francis Edward Hale, A'Y, .Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Milton Harlow Northrup, T.S. Canastota, N, Y.' 

<Bij}W«tt futtdr^d and SiMy^-mt 

Horace Porter Bigelow, E'0. Waterville, N. Y. 

Arthur Ccrtiss Danporth, 
Q^ARLBS Mortimer .Davis, 
William Whiting JTewell, 
Charles Henry Boys, 

Samuel Thomas Brooks, 
Henry Hastings Curran, 
Robert Howe Davis, 
Henry Martyn Grant, 
Warren Higley, 
Robert Wesley McIntosh, 
Jethro Green Mitchell, 
William Cutler Winslow, 

(Sijghtectt fundr^d and J5ixig-ihrw. 

William Kirkland Bacon, A.A. Utica, N". Y. 

Horace Webster Fowler, P.0. Utica, N. Y. 

Lyman Harding, Jr. Z'H. Cmcinnati, O. 

Stephen Grosvenor Hopkins, T.X. Auburn, N. Y. 



A'A. 


New York City. 


A.X. 


Sennett, N. Y. 


A'*. 


New York City. 


H'T. 


Lyons, N. Y, 


and 


S^kilSr^mo. 


E.H. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


F'n. 


Utica, N. Y. 


O.A. 


Cooperstown, N. Y. 


M.X. 


Oroomiah, Persia. 


LA. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


o.r. 


Vernon, N. Y. 


P.*. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


A'Y. 


New York City. 




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Robert H. Bishop, O.M. Oxford, O. 

' Prof. Lat. Lang., Miami Univ. 

*Hon. Samuel W. Parkeb, T.II. Connersville, Lid. 

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Hon. William S. Gbossbeck, 1.2. Cincinnati, O. 
Rep. XT. S. Congress. . 

♦Hebmax J. Gboesbeck, M.N. Covington, Ky. 

(KljWwn lunir^d and Wxi^'fvt 

Hon. William Dennison, Jr., A. 2. Columbus, O. 
Governor of Ohio. 

♦Horatio J. Harris, A'r. Vicksbnrg, Miss. 

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♦Daniel Malont, A.*. Cincinnati, O. 

Prof. Mod. Lang., Far. Coll. 

James C. Moffat, D. D. Z'S. Princeton, N. J. 

Prof, of Latin Language and 
History, Prin. Coll. 



♦Albert M. Fletcher, 
♦Hugh Lancaster, 
John McCoy, 

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T.n. Cincinnati, O. 
H'P. Hamilton, O. 

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M.A. Independence, Mo. 



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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Hon. Chaitnoby N. Olds, E.n' Columbus, O. 

Samuel M. Smith, M. D. A.Y. Columbus, O. 

Prof. Starling Med. Coll. 

O. N. Stoddard, Z'0. Oxford, O. 

Prof. Nat. Sc, Miami Univ. 

♦Charles L. Telford, B'A. Cincinnati, O. 

John B. Temple, O.T' Frankfort, Ky. 

(Bljght^tt lundr^d and ©tiirtg-stwit* 

Robert Duncan, T.B. Fayette, Miss. 

George M. Parsons, 

Samuel Reber, 

Rev. Robert C. Smith, 
Prof. Ogelthorpe Univ. 



P.2. Columbus, O. 
A.T. St. Louis, Mo. 
B.Y. Milledgeville, Ga. 



(KijgMwn ^nUt^i and S^hirtj-djghi 

*ViRGiL Milton Dubose, I.E' Texas. 

♦Samuel J. John, E.A. Warren Co., O. 

John G. Lowe, A'x. Dayton, O. 

Hugh T. Reed, T.r. Liberty, Ind. 

(Bijghtwtt fundr^d and aFhirtg-ninj, 



William H. Birney, 


A.*. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


Jacob Buti.er, 


B.2. 


Muscatine, Iowa. 


Philemon B. Ewing, 


A.T. 


Tiancaster, 0. 


John R. Gboesbeok, 


P.2. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


James H. Hart, 


2.N. 


Piqua, 0. 


Robert S. Kolt, 


E'X. 


Bardstown, Ky. 


Samuel F. McCoy, 


A.n. 


ChiUicothe, 0. 


Hon. Joseph Miller, 


E.B. 


Chillicothe, 0. 


William A. Moore, 


E'n. 


Woodford Co., Ky. 


Henry Falsom Paige, 


FZ. 


Chicago, 111. 


♦George Swan, 


E'0. 


Columbus, 0. 



« 



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MIAMI CHAPTER. 

John Bahb, A. M. B.Y. Columbus, O. 

William W. Bklvillb, M. D. H'M. Grizzly Flat, Cal. 

B. WiLBiTB CoNOVEB, B.e. Daytou, O. 

Rev. Charles Eujott, A.*. Oxford, O. 

Prof, of Greek Lang, and Lit., 
and Logic, Miami Uniy. 

Hon. George K Pugh, E.T. Cindimati, O. 

United States Senator. 

Robert W. Steele, E.r. Dayton, O. 




(fii%}dttn lundritd ami (jfodg-tne* 

George L. Andrew, M. D. O.0. La Porte, Lid. 

Rev. John M. Bishop, 2.r. Bedford, Lid. 

Charles A. Jones, A.n. New Orleans, La. 

Calvin F. Vance, H'2. Memphis, Tenn. 



Z'X. Cincinnati, O. 



S. G. Armor, M. D., 

Professor of Pathology and 
Clin. Med., Med. CoU. 

G. H. Bryan, 

O. M. CONOVER, 

Prof. Wis. Univ. 

Moses P. ^treen, 

James S. Hibben, 

Daniel W. Iddings, 

Adam McCrea, 

E. T. Mendenhall, 

b. p. portis, 

George K. Sheel, 

Isaac Yanausdall, 

8 



A'2. Columbus, O. 

E.G. Madison, Wis. 

P.Z. Shelbyville, Mo, 

A.r. Rushville, Lid, 

A.T' Dayton, O. 

M.n. Circleville, O. 

E.I. Wilcox Co., Ala. 

n.A. Alamucha, Miss. 

E,0. Salem, Oregon. 

2.J^. Dayton, O. 



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: 



ALPHA DELTA PHI 



(Biglitwtt 

Charles Barnes, 
*L. W. Chalfant, 
*Thomas Haire, 
Versalius Horr, 
George W. Keely, 
William B. Moore, 
S. B. Walker, 



ittttdr^d and ^^rtg-thm. 

A.B. Madison, Ind. 




A.A. 


Clermont Co., 0. 


A.A. 


Hamilton Co., 0. 


E.n. 


Mechanicsburg, 


E'r. 


Oxford, 0. 


A'l. 


Urbana, 0. 


A.2. 


Sidney, 0. 



(BijgWcett luniir^d ani ^ortg-foitn 



*M. A. Brown, M. D. 
*Charles D. L. Brush, 
William Davis Gallagher, 



M.T. Circleville, O. 
A.0. Cincinnati, O. 
A.r. Cincinnati, O. 



(BijgMwtt luttir^d and ^crtg-^of* 



William S. Burrowes, 
R. Paterson Eppinger, 
James S. Goode, 
James D. Kirkpatrick, 
Algernon S. Sullivan, 
Thomas L. Wright, M. D, 



E'T' Cincinnati, O. 

T.2. Peru, Ind. 

A.E' Springfield, O. 

A.K. Charleston, S. C. 

P.X. New York City. 

A.Y. Bellefontaine, O. 



James Clarke, 2.2. Hamilton, O. 

♦Charles Pincknet James, A^*. Cincinnati, O. 

•Rev. Henry L. McGuire, H'n. Richmond, Ind. 

(Bijglttott luttdr^d mi <^orig-smtt* 

Rev. John C. Bonham, O.E. Urbana, O. 

Thomas A. Burrowes, 2.1. Cincinnati, O. 







mnr^ 



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MIAMI CHAPTER. 19 



Herman B. Mayo, E.Y. Columbus, O. 

M. Wade Oliver, M.X. Cincinnati, O. 

Charles Stewart, M. D. B'2. Easton, Pa. 

(Bijghfwtt luttdr^d and ^i^rfg-djgM^ 

A. F. Hume, M.A. Clifton, O. 

Rev. Oeorge L. Kalb, F'2. Circleville, O. 

« 

(KJjgMwn Ittndr^i and Jbrtj-jiinc. 

* R. C. Anderson, B'0. Cincinnati, O. 

S. A. Bonner, A.a. Gree^sburg, Ind. 

(8ijgW«tt Ittttdr^d and 4^ffg* 

*Jame8 H. Perkins, 2.B. Cincinnati, O. 

R. S. VooRHEES, 2.x. St. Louis, Mo. 

(EijgWwtt lundr^d and c^iftg-^n^ 

Samuel Hsi^ron, E.A. Connprsville, Ind. 

♦Jordan A. Pugh, A.P. Cincinnati, O. 

(RiQhiitn ianitr^d and ^ifiT^Awo. 

Rev. Harmar Dbnney, P.N. Rome, Italy. 

Milton Saylor, i.A' Cincinnati, O, 

Rev. David Swing, r'K. Oxford, O. 

Prin. Prep. Dept., Miami Univ. 

(BijgMwtt iundr^d and 4^ftg-ihw» 

Rev. James H. Brooks, M.e. St. Louis, Mo. 

A. G. Chambers, B.I. Piqua, O. 

Rev. Pollard MgMorgan, O.2. Pittsburg, Pa. 



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^•-ULJLSI- 





•— ^^?t?ai.|jC 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



(BtflWMtt luttiqd and ^iftg^fottn 

Rev. Thos. Foster Cortelyou, T.Y. Williamsburg, O. 
Rev. John Hussey, 2.n. Lockland, O. 

Rev. John T. Killen, K.T.K. Oxford, O. 

Prin. Nor. Dep., Miama Univ. 

r 

(Kijghtott guntlr^i and 4*1^2-^^*' 

Louis W. Bonham, I.E' St. Louis, Mo. 

J. Russell Haire, E'l. Elizabethtown, O. 

(BiQUem lutidr^i and ^iftg-sw* 

Lutellus Hussey, M. D. Z'B. Lockland, 0. 

John N. McClung, O.T. Xenia, O. 

David J. Strain, T.2. Greenfield, O. 

William Taylor, I.E' Xenia, O. 



Archibald S. Dunlap, 
Lewis D. Manning, 
Warner S. Oliver, 
W. W. Page, 
Nelson Saylor, 
Joseph L. Thorton, M. 

(Kiightwn | 

Gideon Brainard, 
James S. Dewey, 
Edward A. Guy, 
Robert Moore, 
Tudor H. Parker, 
William V. Smeltzer, 
Rev. Joseph C. Snow, 
Frank Steele, 



lipK?^?--— 



mivj{& and 4i|ig-»«wn* 

A.O. London, O. 

E.E' Cincinnati, O. 

2.n. Cincinnati, O. 

r.B. Portland, Oregon, 

E.A. San Antonio, Texas. 

D. A'T. Cincinnati, O. 

IttJidr^d and ^iftg-ctjglii* 

E.B. Springfield, Dl. 

2. P. Pontiac, Michigan. 

A.X. Princeton, N. J. 

M.I. Marietta, O. 

P.2. Covington, Ky. 

A'0. Troy, O. 

H'2. Norway, Me. 

P.X. Danville, Ky. 




i 

M I AMI CHAPTER. 



21 ^ 



Edgab M. Ward, 
Hebbbbt H. Weakley. 



r.T. TJrbana, O. 
E.A. Dayton, O. 



(BiflMwtt lunir^tt and 4fr^^"*- 

James Smith McDonald, M.n. Princeton, N. J. 

Duncan McDonald, A.Y. West Liberty, O. 

<&i0ttn luttdr^d and 

Geobgb Tubneb Cbissman, 
Elijah Pbancis Dewey, 
, Abthub Boyd Pabkeb, 
Abbam Mobbis Pence, 
John Rineb Saylob, 
Fbancis Asbuby Spenceb, 
Walteb Scott Thomas, 
John Andbews Webb, 

(KijgWwtt Itittir^it and ^ixtg-jw • 

William Jitdkins Comly, H'a. Dayton, O. 

David Wade Guy, A. IT. Princeton, N. J. 

Thomas Bbainabd Mabshall, 0.@. Lima, O. 

Archibald Mayo, I.Y, Philadelphia, Pa. 





tl J^ixtg- 


r.B. 


Eckmansville, 0. 


I.X. 


Almont, Mich. 


l.T. 


Petersburg, Ky. 


B.L 


TJrbana, 0. 


O.A. 


Oxford, 0. 


N.0. 


Athens, 0. 


T.2. 


Troy, 0. 


A.T' 


Cincinnati, 0. 



(KijgWwtt lundritd and JJixtg-itPc* 


James Polk Bbown, 


A. A. Dayton, 0. 


Thomas Lewis Deweese, 


A.P. Troy, 0. 


Albebt Henby Gebe, 


E.X. Cincinnati, 0. 


James Wilson McGbegob^ 


E.C). Richmond, 0. 


William VVoodbufp Ulds, 


I.r. Columbus, 0. 


David Bassett Snow, 


I.Y. Harrison, 0. 


William Ibving Thomas, Jr. 


E'*. Troy, 0. 



Theodoeb DETitLB Bkooks, B'y. Rqua, O. 



' 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 





■ t r-'mtfrr', r-' ' . t'l .... , . i : ■ >-• - ,..-^ -.• --^ /-. v^^-->~-..-> ■.'.-- f->-..^*.w, 





-^^^^•^ 



URSAN CHAPTER 



• 



-►♦*- 



Alexandsb H. Bailey, A.T. New York City. 

David Gongeb, M. D. A.P. New York City. 

Feedebic Hughson, F'N. Fishkill, N. Y. 

Rev. RoBEBT R. Kellogg, T.0. Detroit, Mich. 

William A. Dod, M.A. Elizabethtown, N. J. 

Rev. James Samuel Evans, F'X. Middletown, N. Y. 

Henry P. Fessenden, Z'A. Orange, N. J. 

A, Rhoades Van Nostrand, E'0. Washington, D. C. 

WnjjAM Edgar Baker, I.X. New York City. 

Elias H. Howard, 2.B. Washington, N. Y. 

♦Cornelius Verbryck, T.A. New York City. 

Rev. Alfred A. Watson, E.T. Plymouth, N. C. 

(BijWwn luttttr^tt and ilrirfj-djgW. 

Rev. Arthur C. Cox, D. D. F'a. Baltimore, Md. 

Rev. Benjamin M. Goldsmith, M.r. Benton, N. Y. 

j, George Catlin Griswold, Jr. I\0. New York City. 

Charles Edward Milnor, P.B. New York City. 







24 



ALPHA BELTA PHI. 



Rev. Stephen Patterson, N.X. Vicksburg, Miss. 

Rev. Jacob Van Nostband, O.Z. New York City. 




(BijgMwtt guttdrd and 3IWrtg-mjw. 

Rev. Samuel Hanson Cox, Jr. l.N, Cazenovia, N. Y. 

William E. Cramer, A.n. Waterford, N. Y. 

Mills Ely Lathrop, Z'T. New York City. 

Rev. Raymond Hoyt Seely, P.A. PmB - y Fran^ q^ » /Vr^ 

Minister to American Chapel. /-tf^^MH/l/-^-^ 

Rev. Benjamin F. Stead, 1.0. Bridesburg, Pa. 

Emory Townsbnd, E.a. New York City. 






.. j^ -■-.«. ■■!■■. ^^. ■■■ i- - ta> I. ■^ ■■■... ^■.■»- 






COLUiBiA CHAPTER. 



'■ ' *■■■ ' »»» 



Giles Mcufobd EbLLTEB, A.o' New York City. 



Rev. John Henby Hobabt, 


■ N.r' 


Geneva^ N. Y. 


John Jay, 


N.A. 


New York City. 


Hknby MoVickab, 


Z'A. 


New York City. 


Hknby Wabd, Jr. 


P.B. 


New York City. 


Rev. Geobge Gilbebt Watebs, 


'e'0. 


New York City. 


Habvey Augustus Weed, 


E.E. 


New ^ork City. 


(&iQUttn ^undr^d and Writt-atvtn, 


Rev. Chables At^dis, 


S.B. 


New York City. 


Samuel Blatchfobd, 


E.P. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


Nathaniel W. Ohittenden, 


E'l' 


New York City. 


Ani'uony Halsey, 


F'*. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


William Henby LBGGBfrr, 


M.A. 


New York City. 


John McMullen, Jr. 


O.X. 


New York City. 


Rev. John Ibeland Tuckeb, 


E.2. 


Troy, N. Y. 


John Vandebbilt, Jr. 


E'n. 


New York City. 


Samuel H. Whitlock, 


A.^. 


New York City. 



(BiQUnrt luttdr^tt and Wrtg-MjgW* 

Benjamin T. Kissam, N.Z. New York City. 

Benjamin Romaine, Jr. E.X* New York City. 

4 



?g"»-r- 



—*-*-^^ 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Geobgb Templetok Stkong, 
Fbancis Mabion Wabd, 
Henby Hall Wabd* 



F'0. New York City. 
A, A. New York City. 
N.*. New York City. 




(Bijjhttttt lunttr^d and aUtirta-nint. 

J. Fabley Clabke, H'A. New York City. 



*GeOBGB J. COBNELL, 

James Walkeb Fowleb, 
DaiIiel D. Lobd, 
James W. Wal»h, 



O.A. New York City. 

M.n. Newburg, N. Y. 

N.A. New York City. 

M.*. New York City. 



(Kijght^en lundr^i and 4^rt]|. 

Gebamd S. Boyse, E.n. New York City. 



John Roosevelt Bbown, 
Alfred G. Jo:nes, 
John Lewis, 
Rev. DwiGHT E. Lyman, 

Rev. Ebenezeb P. Rogebs, 



IS. A. New York City. 
r'X. New York City. 
E.A. - New York City. 
Hagerstown, Md. 



1.2. 



r.T. Northampton, Mass. 



"^- 



tf. -f-w. 



I.LM 



--^^-»J§*S0: 




J^R?*?— ■ 



"-^•^Sf^ 



/f L 




u ..J 



T CHAPT 



9 



-•^^ 



(Btjgltteen lundr^d and i^hirtg-seven. 

A.£r. Indianapolis, Ind. 



Hon. LuCiAN Barboue, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Rev. Edwin Elisha Bliss, 

Rev. Nathaniel Lynd Lord, 

*Rev. Alexander Montgomery A.T. 

George Bliss Morris, L.L.B; E'A. 

« 

Rev. Joseph Peckham, E.B. 

•William Barrett Reed, M. D. B.*. 
Rev. Daniel Rice, A.0. 

Rev. Joel E. Rockwell, D. D. E.P. 
Curtis B. M. Smith, p.r. 

Hon. Henry Warren Williams,- E'a. 
Hon. Rev. James W. Ward, Z'Z. 
William H. Wells, " A.T. 

/2 - i^ 



F'l. Marsovan, Asia. 
A.M. Rochester, Ind. 

Beloit, Wis. 

Springfield, Mass. 

Goodhue Co., Min. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Troy, O. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Madison, Wis. 

Chicago, HI. 



(Kijghtwtt luttdr^i and ^liirtg-djgM- 



*Charles Emerson, . A.@. 

Hon. Whiting Griswold, B'M. 

Rev. Aaron R. Livermorb, A.P, 

Jonathan Bryan Marshall, O.r. 

•^Hon. Horace Maynard, U-^*^"^ E.l' 
Prof. East Tenn. Coll., and 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 




Pittsford, N. Y. 
Greenfield, Mass. 
North Mansfield, Conn. 
Milford, Conn. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 




28 



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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



:■ 



Rev. John Alex. McKinstky, O.Z, Harwinton, Conn. 
*Rev. Austin A. Phelps, A.T. Boston, Mass. 

Chablbs Fales Smith. ' P.2. 



San Francisco, Cal. 
New York City. 



jkCaAs. Eli^rt Washbubn, M.D. B'T. Fredonia, N. Y. 
^ Tut. Am. Coll. iQ — X 



(KijgWjctt Suttttr^tt and TOrig-nine. 

*Rev. James Henry Bancroft, M.2. Boston, Mass. 

Rev. Dexter Clapp, Z^*. Salem, Mass. 

Hon. Edward Bates Gillett, E.0. Westfield, Mass. 

William E. Goldthwait, A.B. Longmeadow, Mass. 

Rev. Nathaniel A. HBwrrr, F'A. Baltimore, Md. 

Rev. Fredbbic D. Huntinoton, A'2. Cambridge, Mass. 
Prof. Harvard Univ. V^<JJc 

*Rev. Horace Hutchinson, A.©. Burlington, Ind. 

Rev. Daniel March, 

James Willard Preston, 

Samuel Harrison Price, 

Rev. Daniel Shepardson, 
T* Samuel Thompson Spaulding, 

^ C Rev. Richard Salter Storrs, Jr. F'H. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

♦George Sumner, Jr. E'T. Detroit, Mich. 

(Bijglttfen ^unir^tt and 4^rtg. 

♦David Reeve Arnell, I,A, Nashville, Tenn. 

George Kimball Crockett, £.2. Boston, Mass. 



N.n. Wobum, Mass. 

F'4>. Boston, Mass. 

A.X. Greenbrier Co., Va. 

2.M. Zanesville, O. 

A.Y. Northampton, Mass. 



Hon. Charles Delano 



2 



B'P, Northampton, Mass. 



Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Rev. George Baker Jewett, 

Prof. Am. Coll. 

_ ♦ 

Hon. Hbnrt Mabtstn Spopfobd, P.l. 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

Rev. WijLLiAM. Ward Whipple, M.n. La Grange, Mo, 




F'2. Salem, Mass. 



New Orleans, La. 



c 





AMHERST CHAPTER. 



Ephbaim Ward Bond, L.L. B. 

Edwin Coburn, 

Leander Muzzy Drury, 

Rev. William W-a^pe Howland, 

Prosper Kimball Hutchinson, 

Rev. Ellis James Nswlin, 
Pres. Del. Coll. 

♦William S. Withington, 

7 '/ 




and (^ortg-ottc. 

A.E.K. Springfield, Masi^. 

£.0. Indianapolis, Ind« 

A.X. Canandaigua, N. Y. , 

A.n. -€gYfcn. CVvwc^' ^j^' 

E' 

A.B* Wilmington, Del. 



E'2. Rice City, R. I. 



a'Y. Medway, Mass. 



(Sigbieen lundr^d and <^oti%4wtt. 



Rev. Lauren Armsby, 
Rev. Henry Darling, 
Rev. Daniel Taggaht Fisk, 
Charles Capen Hayward, 
*Henry M. Humphrey, 
Vincent Henry Smith, 
Rev. Andrew Wilson, 



Z'A. Fairbault, llin. 

N.P. Philadelphia, Pa. 

T.e. Newburyport, Mass» 

£.1. Charlestown, Mass. 

M.^. Amherst, Mass. 

I.*. Columbia, Pa* 

P.A. Walkill, N. Y. 



7'/ 

(Btjgbtettt luttitr^d and ^ortg-tttm. 

*RoswELL Dickinson Cook, P.B. Hadley, Mass. 

Rev. Zephaniah M. Humphrey, Z.n. 

*Nathan S. Linnell, ^ E'B. 

Rev. David Torrey, £'t. 

Tut. Am. Coll. 

Rev. Thaddbus Wilson, 



Chicago, ni. 
Amherst, Mass. 



a. 



A.r. Shrewsbury, N.J. 



dislkittn lundr^d and (^ixij^-fonr. 

Rev. Edmund Kimball Alden, F'M. South Boston, Mass 
♦Rev. Richard S. S. Dickinson, A.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rev. John Langdon Dudley, Z'E* Middletown, Comi. 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



*Rev. Samuel Hunting, 



Z'O. Southampton, N. Y. 



Jonathan Edwabd^E. Linneli^ O.II. Worcester, Mass. 
Henri:* Dwight Stores, E'x. Worcester, Mass. 




Rev. Charles Hammond, 
David Mather Kimball, 
Russell M. Wright, 



E.N. Groton, Mass. 
T.P. Kingston, N. T. 
Z'B. Washington, Ga. 



S 



* 



Chicago, Illinois. 
EastoD, Pa. 



> 






T A Tnfiii'ffiii' 

M.2. Balthnore, Md. 
F'T. San Francisco, Cal. 



C] '-1 

(Kiightttit lunttqtt and <^ttxiTSrpt. 

^^^ ^ MUer. George M. Adams, M.0. Conway, Mass. 

Jerome Ripley Brigham, M.Y. Milwaukie, Wis. 

Samuel Julius Learned, A.r. 

Francis Andrew March, l\}i^)i I.A. 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

Rev. Jason Morse, O^t'/^^ /^ 6/, A.H. Brimfield, Mass. 

♦Rev. George H. $f ewhall, P.M. Walpole, Mass. 

Rev. Abkl Kingman Packard, B.*. 

Baalis Sanford, 

Henry Smith Stockbridge, 

Henry Xehemiah Wyman, 

(Kiightjcn lundr^d and ^jrtg-six* 

Edwin A. Brooks, E.P. Philadelphia, Pa. 

♦Rev. Levi Alpheus Field, II.A. Marlboro, Mass. 

William Howland, ^joJL 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

•Leonard Humphrey, 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

>^ev. Samuel Marsh Plimpton, H'M, Wells River, Vt. 

H Rev. Henry Martyn Storrs,pC^'A.P. Cincinnati, O. 

Geobqe S. Woodmak, M. D. O.E. New York City, 

^ Rev. Richard Salteb Bilunos, T'S. Shelbume, Mass. 



E'*. Lynn, Mass. 

4 

A.l. Amherst, Mass. 



X 





abIhersi* chapter. 



31 



■/ 



Rev. Nathaniel H. BB0UGii70K, I.n. Petersburg, Tenn. 
Lewis Isidobe Flehino, S.O. Jacksonville, Fla. 

^Rev. TnioTHY Stowe, F'2. New Bedford, Mass. 

(BijgWwtt luttin[(l and 4<>^*8-«|h*» 

Rev. William C. Dickinson, A^^.2. Kenosha, Wis. 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

I^feev. Samuel Fisk, (^3{i/l? ' 
^ Tut. Am. Coll. 

Rev. Francis Holmes, 

Samuel Fisher Miller, 

*Jqhn Laurens Spencer, 

Horace W. Taylor, 



/ 



T.T. Madison, Conn. 

A.e. West Granville, Mass. 

2.^. Lake Forest, 111. 

O.E. Amherst, Mass. 

E'a. Rockford, El. 



I « 



. (tiQhim luttdrijd and ^^rtg-ninc* 

John Milton Emerson, [^-ax A '2. New York City. 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

^Theodore Francis French, 

Thomas B. Harrington, 

Edward Hitchcock, Jr., M. D. 1.0. 

John Woodbridge, Jr. 



H'I. Amherst, Mass. 
B.M. West Chester, N. Y. 
Easthampton, Mass. 
F'n. Chicago, Dl. 



(Kijjhtwn funilr^d and ^if^g- 



Charles H» Branscomb, 

f- William Austin Dickinson, 

George Henry Gould, 

Jacob Hardy, 

^ George Howland, ^^ ;v V 
[ Inst. Am. Coll. 

I Elijah C. Shaxtuok, 

John Howland Thompson, 

V 

/ 




9 

A .P. Holyoke, Mass. 

E'X. Amherst, Mass. 

Z'0, New Braintree, Mass. 

r'n. Sandwich Islands. 

E'O' Chicago, 111. 

^'H. Boylston, Mass. 

F'A. Chicago, 111. 



nn 



32 



&L9HA DELTA. P%I. 



i^^^HMHHaMM 



(Biflfttwrt Ititttlr^d Ritd ^iftg-on^ 




Kev. Lucius Delison Chapin, T.E. 

Joseph Seaveb Cubtisj 2.*. 

Edwald Parry Darling, • F'e. 

Charles CHAUircsfiT Fowler^ E.N. 

♦Walter Huntington Lyon, A.P. 

*Ja3Ces Austin Richards, M. D. Y.B. 
Prof. Beloit ColL 

John Elliott Sanford, \>-oX E.2. 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

Bentley Howard Smith, E.Z. 

Milan Cyrus Stebbins, Z't. 

Nathan Noyes Withington, T.X. 



Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Hadley, Mass. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York City. 
Brookfield, Mass. 
New Haven, Conn. 

Taunton, Mass. 

• 
Joanna Furnace, Pa. 

Lancaster, Mass. 
Newbury, Mass. 



(&i0un iuttdrt^ stul ^H^it^^s. 



Ebenezer Pbinoe BuBGEs, M. D. £'r. 
Fbanklin Pebey Chapin, T.T. 

William W. Goodbich, 
David Oshbal Hannafobd, 
Bbainebd Timothy Habbington^ A*n, 
*Henby l^wiGHT Root, Z'2. 

Gobham Tbain, O.A. 

7 -' 



Dedham, MasSk 

Camden, Me. 
M.*. New York City. 
A.H, Suffolk, Va. 

West Chester, N. Y, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. * 

Boston, Mass. 



A.r. 
P.I. 



Lynn, Mass. 
Amherst, Massi 



Henby Leonidas Boltwood, N.X. Derry, N. H. 

Bowman Bigelow Bbeed, 

] Edwabd Payson Cbowell, 
Prof. Am. Coll. 

Geobge Dickinson Goodbich, 
Rev. John Mobton Gbeene, 
Tut. Am. Coll. 

mm-^r^ 



P.A. East Windsor, Conn. 
O.N. Hatfield, Mass. 





AMHERST CHAPTER. 



33 



Rev. John Alex. Hamilton, O.T. Keene, N. H. 
Richard Salter Storrs, AMt^ F'2. Hartford, Conn. 

1 

(gtjglitott lunitr^d and (^ifii^'jonY. 

Henry Vaughan Emmons, N.E. Bangor, Me. 

William WorthingtonFowler, A.2. 

Y- Edmund Morris Pease, Z'A. 

Tut. Am. Coll. 

Ira Welch Pettibone, A.tT. 

Horace Payson Smith, O.Z. 

XRev. John Winn TJnderhill, La. 

(Ktflhtott lundr^d and 0PU'1^vt. 



New York City. IhJ- 
New York City. 

Norfolk, Conn. 
Richmond, Va. 
North Amherst, Mass. 



Joseph Boardman, 


H'n. 


Amesbury, Mass. 


Samuel Edward Brown, 


Z'A. 


Oswego, N: Y. 


Charles Wentworth Buck, 


2.Y. 


Boston, Mass. 


^RuFus Choate, Jr. 


2.T. 


Boston, Mass. 


George Dentson, 


P.T. 


Hartland, Vt. 


Hasket Derby, I'^-l^^ 


T.e. 


Boston, Mass. 


William Eastman Dickinson, 


i.n. 


Amherst, Mass, 


Asa Severance Fiske, , 


E.2. 


St. Paul, Min. 


Tut. Am. Coll. 






Rev. John Long Grates, 


r'A. 


Boston, Mass. 


> Sylvester Henry Kelsby, 


T.n. 


Amherst, Mass. 


Inst. Am. Coll. 






10 







(Sijghteen fundritd and ^tfi^stx. 

Walter Barton, • A'Z. Granby, Mass. 



George Warren Copeland, r.X, 

Edward Gay, A.Y. 

Thaddeus Graves, E'E. 

Charles Henry Hitchcock, H'A. 

5 



Boston, Mass, 
Boston, Mass. 
Hatfield, Mass, 
Amherst, Mass, 



-'-'-*-*-«?*^j 




ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



M.2. 

P.O. 

T.0. 
M.A. 



Gallipolis, O. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Adrian, Mich. 
Chicago, m. 
Kansas Ter. 



r'N. Shelbume, Mass. 



Stiixman Rice, 

Henry M. Savelle, M. D. 

V *Feanklin Osgood Stiles, 

•Slf Amherst Lord "II^hompson, 

'(William Hayes Ward, 
Tut. Beloit CoU. 
William Franklin Wilder, 

William Alanlon Abbe, 

T. W. BiCKNELL, 

G. R. Brackeit, 

Daniel H. Breed, 
MFrancis Burt, 
i^ William Crawford, \axX 
^ Alvah Liujie Frisbie, 

Joseph Kimball, 
^ James Pillsbury Lane, 

Henry Davenport Northup, 

James Henry Palmer, 
]^ George Dana B. Pepper, 

Theodore C. Pratt, 

Henry Augustus Stevens, 




E'n. 

K.T. 

I.A. 

P.$. 
M.2. 

r'T. 

LP. 
2.Z. 

A'M. 
F'H. 
E.P. 
P.T. 
E.A. 



Boston, Mass. 
Barrington, R. I. * 
Newton, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Northampton, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 
Ansonia, Conn. 
Andover, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Derry, N. H. 
Ware, Mass. 
So. Weymouth, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 



George Sayles Bishop, 
Joseph Bourne Clark, 
*Henry Giles Delano, ^ - ^ 
Horace Smith Fuller, 
'V George Sumner Grosvenor, 
Henry C. Hutchinson, 



F'2. 

E.H. 

I.e.' 

M.e:. 

( 

IVffi.A. 
E'P. 



*Sylvanus Chickering Priest, A.X. 
Lyman Sibley Rowland, \X)u^ B'a. 



Easthampton, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 
Sunderland, Mass. 
Suffield, Conn. 
orcesier^JMass. 
V Ala. 
Lancaster, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 






AMHERST CHAPTER. 



(KijgMwtt luttdr^d and (^iftg-nin^ 



i William Hkney Barrows, 

David Beattie, 

James Fitzgerald Claplix, 
4* James Paulfs French, Ah^LA 
, William H. Goddard, 
^kirTHOMAs Augustus Lewis, 

Alexander Marcy, 



I.X. MaMfield, C 
A.6. ^MontgQTnenr 



lontgQTnery, Ala. 
topfcmton, Mass. 




Edward Willard Pierce, 

♦John Lord Hayes Ward, ^tiA Vn, 



A'M. Hopkint oi 

II.2. Philadelphia, Pa. 

York, N. T. 

Bangor, Me. 

Cape Island, N. Y. 

Madison, Conn. 

Abington, Mass. 



z'e. 
H.n. 

z'r. 



(Kijglitott lunir^fi mi ^n% 



John Otis Barrows, I.P. 

Cornelius Evarts Dickinson, T.a. 

Henry Martyn Holmes, A'r. 

Joseph Brewster Little, O.T. 

George Oradiah Little, A'B. 



Mansfield, Conn. 
Heath, Mass. 
ElUot, Me. 
Madison, Lid. 
Madison, Lid. 

r ; <■' -j t 



Sjf^c*^ 



kr- 



Benjamin W. Peitieone, J cl cviE.i. Winchester, Conn. 
Edward Olcott Shepard, . P.A. Nashua, N. H. 

And 



Francis Emory Tower, 
James Wilson Ward, Jr. 
Horace Bobbins Williams, 



P.N. Petersham, Mass. 
2.1. Madison, Wis. 
Z'E. Terryville, Conn. 



John Avery, 
Edward Comstock, 



juttir^i and ^vA^-tm. 

F'A. Conway, Masa 



Sidney Crawford, 
Asa Strong Hardy, 
\ Samuel Harrington, 
James Lewis, 




p.r. 


Albany, N. Y. 


A.*. 


Amherst, Mass. 


LY. 


Barre, Mass. 


A.0. 


Shelbume^ Mass 


A.n. 


Paxton, Mass. 




Delhi, N. Y. 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Charles Goodell Paine, 
Elliot Sanpord, 
George White Watte, 
Aaron Warner, Jr. 

\o • 

Washington Irving Allen, 
Francis Joel Fairbanks, 
Zechariah Edwards Lewis, 
Edward Maynard, 
William McGlathery, 
George Milton Heed, 
Luther Dimmick Shepard, 

■^Timothy Porter Stone, 

JK Truman Tomson,. 



B'*. 


Royakton, Mass. 


x»d. 


Raynbam, Mass. 


O.T. 


Hatfield, Mass. 


N.P. 


Amherst, Mass. 


and 


^higAm. 


2.n. 


Vernon, N. J. 


P.Y. 


Ashburuham, Mass. 


r'0. 


Monticello, N. Y. 


FZ. 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


i.r. 


Norristowu, Pa. 


E'A. 


Weymouth, Mass. 


E.A. 


Nashua, N. H, 


T.n. 


Amesbury, Mass. 


N.X. 


Amherst, Mass. 






r 



'w-OULft 




RUN0N9AN CHAPTER 







■♦♦^ 



E .A. Thornton, N. H. 
O.Z. Waterville, Me. " 



♦James Wilmeb Dallam, M.n. Matagorda, Texas; 

Erasmus Dabwin Fish, LL.B. 

Hon. Edwdc Notes, 
Waterville CoU. Tut. 

Geobge Washington Peck, P.0. Cincinnati, O. 

Rev. Chables William Reding, B'X. Manchester, Mass. 

♦William Shaw Ames, M.*. Providencp, R» L 

Rev. Chables Manning Bowebs, E.T. Clinton, Mass. 

Hon. Chables Smith Bbablky, A.B. Providence, R. I. 
Brown Univ. Tutor. 

Rev. Alfbed Colbubn, 

EzBA Williams Howabd, 

Hon. Thomas Allen Jenckes, 
Brown Univ. Tutor. 

Hon. Geobge Van Ness Lothbop 

Hon. Mabcus Mobton, Jr., LL.B. T.K. Boston, Mass. 
Judge of Sup. Court, Mass. 

Henby Clay Whitakeb, N.TI. Providence, R. I. 

( 

(Sii^Muit lttnitn[d: and Wtti^mL 

•Samuel Gloveb, Jr. A.B. Cambridge, Mass. 



A.N. Scituate, R. L 
P.n. Providence, R. I. 
O^. Providence, R. I. 

Detroit, Mich. 




1 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Hon. Francis E. Hoppin, LL.B. N.2. 

♦George Washington Packard, F'n. 

James Brown Mason Totter, 2.T. 

Rev.' George W. Samson, D.D. O.A. 
Columbia Coll. Pres. 

♦William Thos. Wh^on, M. D. A.T. 
Prof. Mat. Med., Md. Univ. 



Providence, R. I. 
Providence, R. I. 
Kingston, R. I. 
Washington, D. C. 

Baltimore, Md. 




(Stjghteen lundr^d and ^i^rtg. 

James Burrill Curtis, M.0. Oxford, Eng. 

Rev. Ebenezer Dodge, Jr. r'T. . Hamilton, N. Y. 
XJijiv. Mad., Bib. Lit. Prof. 

Rev. Heman Lincoln, A.A. Providence, R. L 

♦Nathaniel Morton, LL.B. E'n. Taunton, Mass. 
Brown Univ. Tutor. 

Abraham Payne, Hist. PrsBlect. E'Q' Providence, R. I. 



(KijWwn lundrj^d and 

Rev. K[endall Brooks, Jr. E.2. 

Columbia Coll. Tutor, Wat. 
Coll. Mat. Prof. 

♦Frederick Whxiam Coffin, A.B. 

Henry Simmons Frieze, M.E. 

Tutor, Univ. Reip. Mich, j 
Ling, et Lit. Lat. Prof. 

Rev. Richard Clarence Hall, I.T. 

Rev. Daniel Shepardson, H'P. 

Rev. Franklin Wilson, P.r. 



Fitchburg, Mass. 



Edgartown, Mass. 
Ann Arbor, Mitjh. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Baltimore, Md. 



(Bijghtott lundr^^ and (^i|ig-«nf. 

Samuel Penniman Bates, n.0. Meadville, Pa. 

, Hamilton Barclay Staples^ A.A. Worcester, Mass. 

•I 

♦Rev. Asa Messee Williams, A.K. Tauntonj Mass. 





BBUNONIAN CHAPTER. ^^^ 



(KiflWwtt lundr^d and ^iftg-ittw. 

A.T' Beverly Farms, Mass. 



Rev. Samuel Bbooks, 

Ling. Gr^c. Praceptor. 

Nathan Wheaton Moore, 

Elijah Perry, 



N.2. Warren, Mass. 
F'l. Norwich, Conn. 



Frank S. Bradford, M. D. P.a. Charleston; S. C. 

OsBORN Edward Bright, N.K. New York City. 
Univ. Reip. Miss. Mat. Prof. 

Edward T. Caswell, M. D. F'E. Providence, R. I. 

Rev. Francis M. McAllister, M.n' San Francisco, CaL 



Henry Augustus Allen, 

Benjamin Braman, 

Univ. Reip. Mich., Lang, 
et Lit. Lat. Prof. 

Frank Woodbridge Cheney, 

George William Curtis, 

Bejtjamin Franklin Davis, 

Walter Hillman, Jr. 

Univ. Reip. Miss. Mat. Prof. 

Horatio Nelson Slater, Jr. 

John Winthrop Vernon, 

Thomas Vernon, Jr. 



and 


MtU'tm. 


A'B. 


West Brookfield, Mass. 


N.2. 


Norton, Mass. 


P.A. 


Canton, China. 


P.*. 


New York City. 


B,0. 


Nashville, Tenn. 


LA. 


Clinton, Miss. 



A.T. Providence, R. I. 
r'B. Providence, R. I. 
2.2.K. New York City. 



(KigMMtt Itittdr^i and ^iftg-^pc* 

*Nathan Wheaton M. Abbott, T.a. Warren, R. I. 

David Allen Andrews, F'B. Providence, R. I. 

^> William Waterman Chapin, 1.0. Providence, R. I. 

g Cortland Hoppin, O.0. Providence, R. I. 

^m9^ . 







40 ALPHA 


DELTA 


PHI. 


Joseph Dakwin Long, 


A'l. 


• 

Chicago, ni. 


Morris Barker Morgan, 


o.r. 


Providence, R. I. . 


♦George Burgess Paine, 


E.2. 


Providence, R. I. 


Rev. Albert Hale Plumb, 


H'X. 


Chelsea, Mass. 


Henry Dudley Williams, 


A'n. 


Boston, Mass. 



(KijgMtot lunir^d and ^ifig-'SK* 

Charles Henry Alden, M. D. B'l, Bristol, R. I. 
Surgeon XJ. S. A. 

James Madison Currs, Jr. LL.B. A.A. Washington, D. C. 

Thomas Ewing, Jr. B'0. Leavenworth, K. T. 

Chief Justice, K. T. 

Charles Bradford Goff, A.T. Fall River, Mass. 

Union CoU. Prep. Dep. Prin. 



(KtjWwtt luttdr^d and ^ijftg-BCwn^ 

Alexander Thompson Britton, ^.T' Providence, R. I. 

Charles Henry Childs, E.n. 

Samuel Coffin Eastman, LL.B. Z'S. 

•Charles William Gladding, H'a. 

Daniel Goodwin, A.E. 

Charles H. Hapgood, LL.B. A.r. 

Benjamin Ha l e Smith, a'p. 

Rev. AuGSTuus Woodbury, H'T. 



Providence, R. I. 
Concord, N. H. 
Providence, R. I. 
Providence, R. I. 
Chicago, 111. 
Rockport, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 



(Bijgtitwn luttir^<I and 4i|tg-«jghi 

Robert Boyle Chapman, 0.2. New York City. 



Charles Lewis Colby, B'2. 

Albert Eugene Faxon, A.T. 

Samuel Turner Harris, A.T. 

William Augustus Mowry, H'Z. 
Joseph Hurlbut Patten, O.I. 

John Meredith Read, Jr. LL.B. M.Y. 



Newton Centre, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Providence, R. I. 
Providence, R. L 
Albany, N. Y. 



^m^im--^ 





"^ *^»A 



BRUNOKIAN CHAPTE R 



41 



Adonibam Brown Judson, 
Elnathan Judson, 
William "Williams Keen, Jr. 
Samxjei;. Thane Poinirb, 
r George Loring Porter, 
Walter McDuffie PotAr, 
Joseph Porter Pratt, 



mi 


4ipli'mt 


Z'A. 


Providence, R. I. 


F'P. 


New York City. 


1.1. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A.n. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


r.0. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


P.2. 


Roxbury, Mass. 


O.Z. 


Lawrence, Mass. 



Thomas Williams Bicknell, 2.H. Barrington, R. I. 

T.E, Haverhill, Mass. 



< Samuel White Duncan, 
Adoniram Judson Gordon, 
Francis Metcalf Pond, 
H' Henry Eirke Porter, 
"l^ Howard Maloom Ricei, 



A.n. New Hampton, N. H. 

P.A. West Medway, Mass. 

N.2. Pittsburg, Pa. 

r'T. Millbury, Mass. 



(&i%}iUin Itttt^r^d and j^ixts-Jtme. 



, Isaac Bowen Barker, O.A. 

Thomas Thompson Caswell, B'Z. 

♦Edward Dyer Chamberlin, r'B. 

Albert Newell Drown, P.a. 

Edward Oliver Stevens, E.Y. 

* Washington Benson Trull, 1.0. 



South Hanson, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Boston, Mass. 
Warren, R. I. 
Maulmain, Burmah. 
Boston, Mass. 



(RijWMn lundr^i and ^ixtg-ttuo^ 

j^ Thomas Frederic Brown, B'n. Providence, R. L 

"^ Henry Francis Colby, E.0. 

Joshua Mellen, A'A. 

James Henry Remington, A.r. 

John Deshon Thurston, N.y. 




Newton Centre, Mass. 
Wayland, Mass. 
Warwick, R. I. 
New London, Conn. 








1^- 



ALPHA 1>£LTA PHI. 



(Kijghtwn lanir^i and JJixtg-tltm* 




Joseph Manton Bbadley, 
Charles Bay Bbayton, 
Gamaliel Lyman Dwight, 
William Albebt Obeene, . 



E.Z. Providence, R. I. 

A.A. Warwick, R. I. 

a'0. Providence, R. I. 

I. A. Frostburg, Md. 







-^ 




"^^•"'"^KJLfi- 




HARVARD 



PTER. 



-»♦<- 



(Kijghtwn lundri[i and^S^hirtg-stwn. 


John Bacon, Jr., M. D., 


z'n. 


Boston, Mass. 


Harv. Univ. Prof. Chem. 






William Augustus Davis, M.D.. 


, a'p. 


Boston, Mass. 


*JoHN Fenwick Eustis, M. D. 


E.A. 


Charleston, S. C. 


Horatio Emmons Hale, 


I.A. 


Boston, Mass. 


*Chaiiles Hayward, Jr. 


P.Z. 


Boston, Mass. 


♦Samuel Tenney Hildreth, 


T.e. 


Gloucester, Mass. 


Khet. et Orat. PrsBceptor. 






•Charles Stearns Wheeler, 


P.H. 


Lincoln, Mass. 


Harv. Univ. Tutor. 






Henry Williams, Jr. 


A'r. 


Boston, Mass. 



(&i0tm lundr^d and i^hirtg-etjgltt. 

Rev. James Ivers T. Coolidge, A'p. Boston, Mass. 

Henry Lawrence Eustis, A.r. Cambridge, Mass. 

Art. Machinal. Prof., 

Nathan Hale, Jr., LL.B. T.B. Boston, Mass. 

Rupus King, LL.B. 2.E' Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Rhet. et Orat. Praeceptor. 

Rev. George Warren Lippitt, Z'X. Providence, R. L 

James Russell Lowell, LL.B. M.ii' Cambridge, Mass. 
Ling, et Lit. Hispan. et Gall, 
et lit. polit. Prof. Smith. 

Charles Woodman Scates, B^Y. Dover, N. H. 






ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



(Kijglitwtt lundr^tt and ihtrtg-nine. 




John Clabk Adams, LL.B. N.@. 

Tut., Rhet, 6t Orat. Praecp. 

Rev. Thomas Dawes, T.a. 

Samuel Eliot, S. H. S. A.n. 

Coll. Trin. Hist. Prof. Br'nell. ^j^ 

Ellicott. Evans, ^^^u) fW ^'^^*^^ 

Samuel Eliot Guild, LL.B. M.r. 

Rev. Edwabd Evekbtt Ka^ F'M. 

James Gobe King, Jr. E.T' 

Reip. No. Ebor. Cur. Sup. Ju. 

Rev. Samuel Longfellow, T.A. 

Caleb William Losing, LL.B. 1.2. 

AlexandebC.Washbuen,LL.B, A.A. 



Boston, Mass. 

Boston, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn. 

Batavia, N. Y. 

Boston, Mass. ^^^J^j^vtajl 
Woi ' eertcr, Mas s. 
New York City. 

Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 






(.' \ 



William Augustus Crafts, A.r. Roxbury, Mass. 

Petersburg, Va. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York City. 
Salem, Mass. 
Plymouth, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 



John Francis Heath, 

John Benjamin HENCK,(f|[ ^Si 

Archibald Graoib King, 

Edward B. Peirson, M.D. 

William G. Russell, LL.B. 

*Rev. Joseph Coolidge Shaw, 

Rev. William Orne Whitb^ JutiA.*. 



H'X. 
Z'P. 
A'E. 
B.A. 
A.2. 

2.n. 



(BtQUem luttdr^d and (^orlg-cnc. 

*Rev. James Blodgbtt, O.A. Lexington, Mass. 

Edward H. Clarke, M. D. A,Y, 

Harv. Univ. Mat. Med. Prof. 

Samuel Camillus Donaldson, H'A. 

Edwin Augustus W. Harlow, r.2. 
M.D. 




Cambridge, Mass. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Boston, Mass. 



^^ 





HABTA&D CHAPTER. 



WicKHAM Hoffman, 
Francis E. Pabkeb, LL.B. 
Francis Morgan Rotch, 
♦Charles Sedgwick, Jr. 
Charles Francis Simmons, 



A'E. New York City. 

1.2. Boston, Mass. 

A.0. Louisville, N. Y. 

2.T. Lenox, Mass. 

l.X. Boston, Mass. 




(KijgMwn lu«(tri{d and ^ori^Awa. 



William Thomas Davis, 

*HoRACE Appleton Haven, 

Bushrod Washington Herbert, 

Hon. David R. Jaques, LL.B. 

Samuel Johnson, 

Chaxtvet Edmund LaBeaume, 

James C. Merrill, Jr., LL.B. 
Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Stephen Henry Phillips, LL.B. 

Richard Wenman Swan, 

Coll. Gulielm. Tutor, et Ling. 
Gall, et Germ. PraBceptor. 



LA. Plymouth, Mass. 

Z'P. Portsmouth, N. H. 

P.B. Jefferson City, Va. 

E'H. New York City. 

A.2. Salem, Mass. 

B'T. St. Louis, Mo. 

F'A. Boston, Mass. 

F'B. Salem, Mass. 

I.Y. Exeter, N. H. 



iSijgliteett lundr^i and ^ortg-thm* 

Moses Gill Cobb, LL.B. M.2. Charlestown, Mass. 

* John Abbott Emory, B .n . 

Rev. Octavius B. Frothingham, T.Q. 

John Lowell, LL.B. r'M. 

Thomas Hastings Russell,^ :JI B'P. 

Henry Dwight Sedgwick, P.H. 

Henry Ware, LL.B. N.P. 

SethWebb, / -M.» E.A. 



Springfield, Mass. 
New York City. 
Boston, Mass. 
Princeton, Mass. 
Stockbridge, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Scituate, Mass. 



(BiQlUtn lundritd and <^oriigi^-pnt. 

James Gordon Clarke, , ; /- E.H. Nashua, N. H. 




rrr- 



'^^'Sf^i 




1 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Geobge Silsbee Hale, P.2. 

Shattuck Haktwell, LL.B. E'e. 

Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Henry A. Johnson, LL.B. N.TI. 

George Francis Parkman, LL.B O.X. 

Horatio Justus Perry, A.r. 

Phillip Howes Sears, LL.B. E'P* 

Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Charles Henry B. Snow, LL.B. A.H. 

♦Charles Adams Whitcomb, B'a. 



Keene, N". S. 
Littleton, Mass. 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Keene, N. H. 
Dennis, Mass. 

Fitchburg, Mass. 
Hancock,^ N, H. 




(BijgWwn lunir^d and ^^ert^^-fve. 



*George Samuel Emerson, 
Manning F. Force, LL.B. 
Charles Henry Glover, 
♦Francis William Greenwood, 
Peter Augustus Porter, 
Edward J. Pringle, . / ^ 

John Phillips Reynolds, -ot.^. 
Nicholas Emery Soule, M. D. 



O.A. Boston, Mass. 

N.X. Washington, D. C. 

A'2. Nantucket, Mass. 

H'A. Boston, Mass. 

T.H. Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

A.P. Charleston, S. C. 

n.Q. Boston, Mass. 

A.T. Exeter, N. H. 



(Sijgbtten lundr^d an^ c^oHn-six. 



William Davis Bliss, 

Francis James Childs, P. D. 
Harv. Univ. Tutor, Rhet. 
et Orat. Prof. Boylston. 

Francis Augustus Faulkner, 

George Martin Lane, P. D., 
Ling. Lat. Prof. Acad. 

Thomas R. Rodman, 

Rev. William Ladd Ropes, 

Augustus Lord Soule, 




Lr. 


Boston, Mass. 


2.Y. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


4 

N.U. 


Keene, N. H. 


FT. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


H'N, 


New Bedford, Mass. 


AA. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


r.E. 


Exeter, N. H. 




^ H ARY ARD 



CHAPTER. 



and c^ortg-swcm 

H.B. Boston, Mass. 
2.P. Shirley, Mass. 
r'E. Cambridge, Mass. 



Alexander Bliss, 

*JoHN Marshall Edgarton, 

John Brooks Felton, LL.B. 
Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Chester Harding, 

Andrew Isabell Henshaw, 

James McClyment Lea, LL.B. 

Rev. Charles Lowe, 
Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Rev. Charles W. Munroe, 

George "William Phillips, 

James Woodruff Savage, 

Rev. Francis Tiffany, 

Nathan Ames, 

Thomas Chase, 

Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Thomas Curtis Clarke, 

Edwin Davenport, 

^Alexander Hale, 

*Henry Whitcomb Holman, 

Charles Greely Loring, 

Simon Greenleaf Sanger, 

Rev. Horatio Stbbbins, 

George Peabody Teffany, 

Ephraim Wood Young, 



^ Charles Francis Choate, LL.B. H'B. Salem, Mass. 
J Harv. Univ. Tutor. 




B'A. 


Springfield, Mass. 


N.Z. 


Alabama. 


E.T. 


Cincinnati, 0. ^ 


B'X. 


Exeter, N. H. 


2.*. 


Boston, Mass. 


E.2. 


Salem, Mass. 


E.P. 


New York City. 


A.2. 


Baltimore, Md. 


mi 4orig-dighl 


T.A. 


Saugus, Mass. 


B'l. 


Worcester, Mass. 


T.2. 


Boston, Mass. 


A.X. 


Charlestown, Mass. 


E.A. 


Boston, Mass. 


E.P. 


Bolton, Mass. 


r.Y. 


Boston, Mass. 


A 'MT 


Dover, Mass. (p(yy:^ 


ASi. 




H'T. 


Baltimore, Md. 


A.n. 


Bingham, Me. 



i. 



vA. 



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48 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



■AMHM^iirtM^iMMiia^ 




FbANGIS BnCK]iaNSTBB EmBBSONj 

Charles Chbistophbb Follen, 
•George Gray, 
Francis Howland, LL.B. 
John Lothrop Kirkland, 
Thorntok K. Lothrop, LL.B. 
James Edward Outer, 
* Jamijs Pierce, 
Robert BARirvrEUi Rheit, 
Rev. Samuel Abbot Smith, 
♦Julius Walker Stuart, 
♦Augustus Waroeen Whipple, 



Nu^. 


Boston, Mass. 


H'0. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


H'T. 


Sauquoit, N". Y. 


1.2. 


New York City. 


A.N. 


Utica, N. Y. 


H'B. 


Boston, Mass.. 


H'X. 


Lynn, Mass. 


M.n. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


o.r. 


Charleston, S. 0. 


A.*. 


Peterboro', N. H. 


I.E. 


Beaufort, S. C. 


H'Z. 


Northboro, Mass. 



(BlQMttn Ittndr^tl and ,^|[tjj;. 

Joseph Pbetobt Cabb, Z'T. Charleston, S. C. 



James Coolidge Carter, LI 


J.B. 


B'n. 


New York City. 


Robert Barnwell Fuller, 




O.A. 


Beaufort, S. C. 


Charles Ualb, 




2.2. 


Boston, Mass. 


Henry Edson Herset, 




E.Y. 


Hingham, Mass. 


George Miller Hobbs, 




P.H. 


Waltham, Mass. 


John King^ 




o.n. 


Russehdlle, Ky. 


Samuel Kibkman, 




K.Z. 


Florence, Ala. 


John Noble, 




A.A. 


Somersworth, N. H. 


W iLLi AM Sidney Thayer, 




LA. 


New York City. . 


Rev. Loammi Goodbnow Ware, 


A.&. 


Boston, Mass. 



♦Benjamin Payson Williams, H'M, Roxbury, Mass. 
Frederic Dickinson Williams, E.A. Boston^ Mass. 



(KijgWwtt lun(tri{(t and (^iftg-on*. 

William Francis Allen, I.P. Northboro, Mass. 

Rev. George Bradford, H'N. Duxbury, Mass. 

"^iLLiAM Czar Bradley, a'2. Brattleboro^ Vt. 

mm^ — 




▲RYARD CHAPTKE. 



3 Stanford E. Chaille, M. D. 

/ Charles Franklin Dunbar, 
John Howard Gray, 
Rev. Henry Edward Hall, 
Christopher C. Langdeli, LL.6 O.Y. 
♦John Noyes Mead, r'T. 

George 0ns Shattuck, LL.B. T.X. 
Frederic Winsor, M. D., a.N. 



P.r. 
2.O. 
n.T. 
H'E. 



Natohes, MLbb. 
Abington, Mass. 
New York City. 
Provid^ioe, R. L 
Exeter, N. H. 
Brattleboro, Vt. 
AndoTer, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 




Joseph Hodges Choate, LL.B. 
William G. Choate, LL.B. 
Horace H. Cooudgb, LL.B. 
Thomas James Curtis, 
"William Duncan McKim, 
♦George Walter Norris, 
James Bradley Thayer, LL.B. 
Samuel L. Thorndike, LL.B. 
David Erastus Ware, LL.B. 
William Robert Ware, S. B. 
William Henry Waring, 
William C. Williamson, LL.B. 



and 4iftg-toff. 

n.Q. New York City. 

H'T. Salem, Mass. 

P.2. Boston, Mass. 

B'^". Boston, Mass. 

A.n. Baltimore, Md. 

P.^. Boston, Mass. 

A.Z. Northampton, Mas8. 

A.0. Beverly, Mass. 

H'l. Salem, Mass. 

P.A. Milton, Mass. 

I.e. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A.M. Belfast, Me. 



(Stighteen lundr^d and (^tftg-thm. 

Edward Holmes Ammidown, a. A. Boston, Mass. 
Elbridge Jefferson Cutler, 
Ormond Horace Dutton, 



Wilder Dwight, LL.B. 

Charles William Eliot, 
Harv. Univ. Tutor. 

Edward Chipman Guild', 

Adams Sherman Hill, LL.B. 




B.S. Holliston, Mass. fo^^^ 

a'P. Boston, Mass. 

A.X. Springfield, Mass. 

2.n. Boston, Mass. 



F'Z. Brookline, Mass. 
A.*. New York City. 





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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Edwabd Howland, 
Charles EvEBxrrr Johnson, 
Joshua Kendall, 
Abthub Theodobe Lyman, 
Samuel Savage Shaw, LL.B. 



0.2. New York City. 

B'n. Bradford, Mass. 

O.n. Waltham, Mass. 

P.N. Waltham, Mass. 

M .Y. Boston, Mass. 



Benjamin Hollowat Bailey, 
John Chandleb Bancboft, 
Athebton Blight, 
Edwabd Wm, Fobbush, LL.B. 

HOBACE HOWABD FUBNESS, 

RicHABD Fitch Hall, 
Chables Russell Lowell, 
William James Potteb, 
Gbobge Putnam, 
William Thobndike, 
Albba Wadljeigh, 
Joseph Rowb Webster, 



and 4ift5-f0ur- 

E.0. Northboro', Mass. 

r'A. New York City. 

r'P. PhUadelphia, Pa. 

P.X. Bolton, Mass. 

Z'T' Philadelphia, Pa. 

F'P. Troy, N. T. 

H'l. Boston, Mass. 
H'M. Dartmouth, Mass. 

r.P. Roxbury, Mass. 

I.E. Beverly, Mass. 

B.2. Philadelphia, Pa. 

F'A. Milton, Mass. 



(Si0ttn funir^d and 4iftg-|iw- 


Fbancis Channing Bablow, 


^.A. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Samuel Pabkman Blake, 


A.S. 


Roxbury, Mass. 


PriiLLiPS Bbooks, 


A.2. 


Boston, Mass, 


Chables Augustus Chase, 


E.A. 


Worcester, Mass. 


Channing Ct.app, 


N.X. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Edwabd Baeby Dalto'n, 


r'Y. 


Lowell, Mass. 


Henbt Lbs Higginson, 


N.P. 


Boston, Mass. 


Benjamin Smith Lymax, . 


I.S. 


. JISToithampton, Mass. 


James Tyndale Mitchell, 


M.n. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Edwabd Mobton, 


r'N. ' 


' Plymouth, Mass. 


Fbanklin Benjamin Sanbobn, 


p.r. 


Hampton Falls, N. H. 

. • «CA£i 




HARTABD CHAPTER. 






GsoBGB Cablton Sawybb, 
John Boibs Tileston, 



F'^. Salem, Mass. 
£.A. Dorchester, Mass 



lass. } 



(Btjghttett lundri^d mi ^ifii^six. 


Chablbs Fbancis Adams, 


A.E. 


Quincy, Mass. 


Geobgb Bancbopt, 


B.N. 


New York City. 


William Wibt Bubrage, 


1.2. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Thomas Emebbon, 


O.A. 


Winchester, Mass. 


John Edwabd Gabdneb, 


A.Y. 


Exeter, N. H. 


Bbnjamin Mobgan Uabbod, 


A.ft. 


Nev Orleans, La. 


Geobgb Osgood Holyoke, 


2.Y. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


Thomas KiNNicrir, 


M.B. 


Worcester, Mass. 


Stephen Geobgb Pebkins, 


n.B. 


Boston, Mass. 


Jkbemlah Smith, 


M.*. 


Lee, N. H. 


RiCHABD HaBDING WbLD, 


I.H. 


West Roxbury, Mass 


Daniel Webbteb Wildeb, 


A. 2. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


(Stjghi»tt lundr^d mi ^^ifi^-stvtn. 


Stanton Blake, 


Z'X. 


Boston, Mass. 


Shepebd Bbooks, 


2.P. 


Boston, Mass. 


EzBA Dtkb, 


ZT. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Joseph Augustine Hale, 


2.P. 


Boston, Mass. 


Fbanklin Haven, 


P.X. 


Boston, Mass. 


James Jackson Higginson, 


2.M. 


Boston, Mass. 


Solomon Lincoln, 


F'n. 


Hingham, Mass. 


Joseph May, 


A.2. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


James Amoby Pebkins, 


A.P. 


Boston, Mass. 


John Codman Ropes, 


O.K. 


Boston, Mass. 


Abthub John Clabk Sowdon, 


r.2. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Samuel Wells, 


2.N. 


Portland, Me. 



(Bijittteen lundr^d and dfilftij-elDtii 

JoHK Ons BcBT, r'e. SyracuBe, N. Y. 




52 ALPHA DELTA 


PHI. 


Jonathan Lokgfktj.ow Cilley, 


.o.n. 


Cincinnati, 0, 


James Clabkb Dayis, 


A.n. 


Greenfield, Mass. 


Henry Walkeb Fkost, 


p.*. 


Concord, Mass. 


Jambs Stevbnson Hall, 


E.Z. 


Troy, N. T. 


Alfred Houston Haven, 


A.T. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


WiLLUJc FimDBBic Milton, 


I.Y. 


West Roxbury, Mass. 


Seth Miller Murpock, 


M.r. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Edward Griffin Porter,']- 


F'*. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


Frank Howard Shorey, 


P.0. 


Dedham, Mass. 


Robert Nqxon Toppan, 


E'H. 


New York City. 




lMMMU«H«iMWMaM^^*«iftdh^MM^^ftrt*« 





Hkl 




-♦♦«- 



Hon. Cassius Marcellus Clay, T.^^. 

Elias Loomis, LL.D. O.X. 

Prof. Math., Nat. J/hil. and Ast. 
Univ. N. Y. 

Rev. Ray Palheb, D, D. E.0. 



WhitehaU, Ky. 
New York City. 



Albany, N. Y. 






Hbney Habbamoih) Bacot, 
Moses Meabs Bagg, M. D. 
Rev. Walter Clarke, D. D. 
Frederic Augustus Coe, 
George Yates Gilbert, 
Rev. Chauncey Goodrich, 
*WiLLiAM Alexander Sparks, 
*Seth Tryon Wilbur, 



N.n. 


Charleston, S. C. 


O.2. 

A'*. 


Utica, N. Y. ^n^ 
^j:w-¥erk-Gity. ^^ 


P.A. 


New York City. 


r.T' 


New York City. 


FX. 


New Haven, Conn. 


I.A. 


Society HiD, S. C. 


E'l' 


Genoa, N. Y. 



(Biightetn lunitr^d and iJhirtg-djjW- 

John Knowltox Bartlett, M.D. N.A. Milwaukie, Wis. 

Rev. Robert B. Claxton, D. D. H'a. Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Stuart Fleming, a'a. Mt. Pleasant, Tenu. 

♦Charles James Lynde, A.n. Homer, N. Y. 

Hon. William Pitt Lynde, A.2. Milwaukie, Wis. 

Rep. TJ. S, Congress. 




tf^"*""^"-^. 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Rev. James McChain, A'T. 

Rev. Whitman Peck, M.A. 

William Ball Peck, I, CI. 

Carlos Fernando RiBEiBO, M.D. Z'X. 

*Rev. David Tappan Stoddard, a.2. 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

Thomas Grosvenor Talcott, A.*. 

Rev. Joseph P. Thompson, D. D. 2.S. 

Hon. Joseph Bradley Varnum, E .0. 

Joseph Knox Walker, n.N. 




Abingdon, Va. 
Greenwich, Conn. 
West Bloomfield, N. Y. 
Alcantara, BrazD. 
Oroomiah, Persia. 

New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
Washington, D. C. 



dtjghtMtt funded nni Wttn-nm. 

Rev. RuFus Putnam Cutler, TI.O. Lynn, Mass. 

^Abraham Evan Gwynne, E.T. 

Richard Dudley Hubbard, a'a. 

♦Watfs Sherman Lynde, 2.0. 

Augustus Rodney Macdonough, T.TT. 

Rev. Samuel John M. Merwin, Z'a. 

Rev. William Herbert Norris, A.2. 



John D. Sherwood, 
Levi Ward Smith, 
Charles Janeway Stille, 

Rev. Increase Niles Tarbox, 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

JosiAH Dw^iGHT Whitney, 
State Geologist of Cal. 

♦William Perkins Williams, 



A. 2. 
A.M. 
P.A. 



Cincinnati, O. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Homer, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Southport, Conn. 
Woodbury, N. J. 
New York City. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Boston, Mass. 



O.B. Northampton, Mass. 
A.P. New London, Conn. 



(Ktjghtten lunitr^it and <^$ris. 

William CIJhauvenet, M.A. St. Louis, Mo. 

Prof. Math. XJ. S. Nav. Acad., 
I Annapolis, and Prof. Wash. 

i, Univ., St. Louis. 

S Stuart Wilkins Fisk, LL.B. F'0. Natchez, Miss 

S^«?»§-- ■ 




!jir?*s«~- 



TALE OHAPTEB 



■ 



Rev. Daniel Mabch, 

Hon. John Pebkins, LL.B. 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

•William Perkins, LL.B. 

Rev. Geobge Richabds, 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

Lazabus Denison Shoemakeb, 

Rev. Joseph Few Smith, D.D. 
Prof. Sac. Lit. Aub. Th. Sem. 

Hon. William T. S. Babby, 
Rep. TJ. S. Congress. 

Jackson Jones Bushnell, 

Prof. Mat. and Nat PhU. Be- 
loit Coll. 

Rev. Azabiah Eldbidge, 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

Joseph Emebson, 

Tutor Yale Coll. and Prof, 
of Lang. Beloit Coll. 

Rev, William Tappan Eustis, 

Maunsell Bbadhubst Field, 

•Augustus Canfield Gillett, 

Chablbs Philip Helfenstein, 

WiixjAM Law Lbabned, LL.B. 

Donald Gbant Mitchell, 
U. S. Consul at Venice. 

Rev. BiBDSEY Grant Nobthbop, 

POMPEIO ASCENCO DE Sa, 

Guy Bbyan Schott, 

Rev. Thomas Coffin Yabnall, 




A.I. 


Wobura, Mass. \ 


n.E. 


Columbus, Miss. 


A.B. 


Columbus, Miss. 


pj:. 


Boston, Mass. 


P.N. 


Wyoming, Pa. 


H'n. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


and 


4ortg-^nj. 


Ln. 


Columbus, Miss. 



O.n. Beloit, Wis. 



A.Z. Detroit, Mich. 



T'A. Beloit, Wis. 



A'l. 


New Haven, Conn. 


£.M. 


New York City. 


T.B. 


New York City. 


B'n. 


Dayton, 0. 


A.r, 


Albany, N. Y. 


A.2. 


New Haven, Conn. 


E.X. 


Saxonville, Mass. 


LE. 


Alcantara, Brazil. 


r'N. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


B'X. 


PhUadelphia, Pa. 



^ Rev. Joseph AuausTurB Benton, Z.r. Sacramento City, Cal. 




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56 



ALPHA D£LTA ^Bl. 



Joseph Vknnkb Brown, 

Rev. Alexander H. Clapp, 

Rev. William Postell Gready, 

Jacob S. Halset, 

William Davison H^nnen, 

Hon. Isaac Ellmaker Hiester, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

_ * 

Rev. William Sidney Huggins, 
Sylvester Larned, 

Alexander MacWhorter, 

Prof. Metaph. and Eng. Lit. 
Troy Univ. 

Samuel Buel Mulpord, 

♦Jacob Perkins, 

John Andrew Peters, 

Rev. Leander E. Wakefield, 

Henry Kirk W. Welch, LL.B. 




E.P. 


Connaut, 0. 


JN.T. 


Providence, R. I. 


A'l. 


Charleston, S. C. 


B.r. 


New York City. 


A.0. 


New Orleans, La. 


E'A. 


Lancaster, Pa. 


M.P. 


Kalamazoo, Mich. | 


B'n. 


Detroit, Mich. 


N.A. 


Troy, N. Y; 

• 


A.0. 


Marysville, Cal. 


E.M. 


Warren, O. 


P.X. 


Bangor, Me. 


N.r. 


Plainfield, Mass. 


H'n. 


Hartford; Conn. 



(BijgMeen lutiitr^it and ^jrlg-thw* 



Rev. Robert Airman, 
Rev. John Jacob Brandegee, 
David Jcdson Ely> 
Isaac Mills Ely, 

Rev. William Henry Goodrich, 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

Rev. Gordon Hall, 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

John Myers Huntington, 

Anthony Quinton Keasbey, 

Sanford Brown Kellogg, 

William Lathrop Kingsley, 
Ed. of the New Englander. 

♦John Frederic Nourse, 




P.B. Elizabeth, N. J. 

A.0. New London, Conn. 

F'*. Rochester, N. Y. 

M.2. Rochester, N. Y. 

1.2. Cleveland, O. 

N.2. Northampton, Mass. 

O.T. San Francisco, Cal. 

F'P. Salem, N. Y. 

A.r. St. Louis, Mo. 

a'A. New Haven, Conn. 

r'P^ Boston, Mass. 



- 



JfJI^^— 



p'^ojt, 



TALE CHAPTER 



John Huntbb Robb, 

Hon. Eli Sims Shorter, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

John Warburton Skinner, 

Henry Astor Weeks, M. D. 



T.B. Philadelphia, Pa. 

E.X. Irwinton, Ala. 

P.0. St. Louis, Mo. 

P.n. New York City. 




(Biflhtcen lunir^i and ^fortg-fottr. • 

Henry Wadhams Buel, M. D. F'O. Litchfield, Conn. 

Rev. Chas. WnrrrLESEY Camp, H'2. 

John Townsend Coit, F'*. 

James Linton Cunningham, 2.B. 

*OswiN Hart Doolittle, P.N. 

Rev. John Welch Dulles, O.H. 

Henry Postlethwaite Duncan, E'e. 

Robert Farris Fiskb, LL.B. T.n. 

Charles Rollin Lynde, B'M . 

Rev. John McLoud, A'2. 

Rev. Charles Augustus Maison, A.A. 

♦William Smith, A'r. 

Howard Smith, O.P. 

Jonathan White, F'*. 

Archelaus Wilson, E.A. 



Sheboygan, Wis. 
Albion, N. Y. 
Chambers Co., Ala. 
Wallingford, Conn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Natchez, Miss. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Weston, Mo. 
New Orleans, La. 
Randolph, Mass. 
Manchester, N. H. 



*WiLLiAM Augustus Bigelow, 

James Noaille Brickeij^ 

Charles Thomas Chester, 

William Gustin Conner, 

Lemuel Parker Conner, 

Rev. Thomas Kirby Davis, 

Jonathan Sturges Ely, 

8 




and 4^rtg-^w* 

A' A. New York City. 

A.4>. Madison Co., Miss 

2.B. New York City. 

A. 2. Natchez, Miss. 

M.n. Natchez, Miss. 

O.A. Middletown, Pa. 

O.n. New York City. 





58 ALPHA DKLTA 


PHI. 


*Jahi« Gardhbb 6ouu>, 
Tutor Yale ColL 


z'n. ' 


• 

Aagnsta, 6a. 

• 


Rev. John Wheeler HABDma, 


A'P. 


Longmeadow, Mafls^ 


Alvin Pinnet Htde, LL.6. 
F&ANCis Ives, 


N.A. 

E'e. 


Stafford, Conn. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 


Rev. Thomas KEirsTEDY, 


T.B. 


Baltimore, Md. 


Obrick Metcalf, • 


r'*. 


Oakland, Miss. 


• 

Edward Olmstead, 


A.Z. 


New Haven, Conn. 


•Robert Rankin, 


Z'M. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Richard Taylor, 


F'e. 


Baton Rouge, La. 



(&iQUttn lundr^tt antt ^ori^six. 



Rev. VVnjJAMBANPiELD Cafron, la. 


Madura, India. 


SAMUKii S. Carrol, 


A.n. 


Baltimore, Md. 


RoBEirr Cochran, 


O.B. 


White Plains, N. Y. 


James McLaren B. Dwight, 


z'o. 


New York City. 


Tutor Yale Coll. 




• 


WlLUAM SpHNCEB EaKIN, 


E'N. 


Nashville, Tenn. 


ZiBA Gat, 


r.A. 


NashviUe, N. H. 


Hon. Henet B. Habbison, 


A'K. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Rev. Geobge Edwabds Hill, 


A.P. 


Sheffield, Mass. 


Jeffeikson Franklin Jackson, 


A'*. 


Montgomery, Ala. 


Rev. Edwin Johnson, 


A.0. 


to 

Boston, Mass. 


Hon. Stephen Wright Kellogg. 


, ^.S. 


Waterbufy, Conn. 


Frederic John Kingsbury, 


H'l. 


Waterbury, Conn. 


Stephen Duncan Linton, 


E.A. 


Natchez, Miss. 


Elihu Phinney, 


n.p. 


New Vfork City. 


Jabed Reid, . 


Z'A. 


. Stockbridge, Mass. 


Henry Thornton Steele, 


A'l. 


Chicago, 111. 


John Butler Talcott, T Jj.B. 


B.*. 


New Britain, Conn. 


Tutor Yale Coll. 




• 


Charles Hooper Tbask, 


2.M. 


New York City. 




■**■ ^>A» 



TALK OHAPTXK. 



♦Benjamin WisNBB Bacon, 
Chables Thompson Blake, 
Henby Maetyn Bbacb, 

♦WiLLLAM GUNTON, 

*Feancis Louis Hodges, 
Tutor Yale CoU. 

Rev, Nathaniel Alden Hyde, 
Alfred Mills, 
•John Munn, ^ * 
Chables Augustus Nichols, 
Rev. Alfbed Plant, 
Geobge Appleton Robbins, 
Chables Fbedebic Sanfobd, 
John Donnell Smith, 

HOBATIO WiLDMAN, 



B.T. New Haven, Goiin. 

P.X. Michigan City, Cal, 

N.n. Catskill, N. Y. 

r.A. Washington, D. C. 

E'L New York City. 




Fe. 


Indianapolis, Tnd. 


M.A. 


Morristown, N. J- 


HP. 


Monson, Mass. 


p.n. 


Haverhill, Mass. 


A.T. 


Northampton, Mass. 


P.Y. 


New York City. 


H'2. 


New York City. 


r'M. 


Baltimore, Md. 


A'A. 


Sandusky, 0. 



<Stj9bt»tt Ittttdr^d and ^^rts-nj^ht 



Rev. Fbedebic Randolph Abbb, E.2. 

*Rev. William Aitchibon, M.r. 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

Henby Taylob Blake, A'X. 

Hon. David Sa&uel Calhoun, A.B. 

Chables Condit, B'n. 

Samuel Emebson, T.O. 

Rev. Ellas Bbbwsteb Hiuulbd, P.<e>. 

Edwabd Lippincott, r'T. 

RicHABD Smith Mbsick, A.E. 

I Isaac Spbague Newton, P.Y. 

y *Fbanklin Lafayette Plimpton K.0. 

£ Nathaniel Shipman, A.T. 

^ Edwin Tyleb, E.M* 



^^^E^I^R^ttffrW^^^ 



Abington, Mass. 
Shanghai, China. 

Bridgeport, Conn, 
Manchester, Conn. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Andover, Mass. 
Kensington, Conn. 
Freehold, N. J. 
Marysville, Cal. 
Norwich, N. Y. 
Sturbridge, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Michigan City, Citf . 




60 



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ALP HA DELTA TAI. 



John Light Atlee, M. D. 

Rev. SHBARJASPUB BOUBNE, 

William George Chandleb, 

Henry L. Conner, 

Timothy Dwight, 

Prof. Sac. Lit. Yale Coll. 

Rev. Franklin W. Fisk, 

Tutor Yale CoU., Prof. Rhet. 
and Eng. Lit. Beloit Coll., 
and Prof. Sac. Rhet. Chica- 
go Theo. Sem. 

Philip Gleason Galpin, 

^Charles Rush Goodrich, 

♦Jacob Brown Kirby, 

♦Aaron Lyon, 

Rev. Edward Dapydd Morris, 

♦Hugh Florian Peters, 

William Frederic Poole, 
Libr. AthensBum. 

John Rockwell, 

Rev. Augustus Walker, 

♦Charles Bill Waring, 

Erastus H4Y Weiser, 



and (^ortg-nittt. 

r'B. Lancaster, Pa. 
Z'X. New York City. 
A 'A. Mobile; Ala. 
A. P. Natchez, Miss. 
I.2.K. New Haven, Conn. 

H'T. Chicago, HI. 



A.*. 


New York City. 


2.E. 


New York City. 


A.X. 


Brownville, N. Y. 


B'A. 


Sturbridge, Mass. 


r'l. 


Columbus, 0. 


A'M. 


Washington, D. C. 


E'0. 


Boston, Mass. 


O.X. 


La Salle, HI. 


A.r. 


Diarbekir, Syria. 


B.N. 


New York City. 


T.n. 


York, Pa. 



Rev. Leonard W. Bacon, M. I). O.A. New Haven, Conn. 
Rev. Edward Warren Bentjjey, A.E. 



Robert Bliss, 

Henry Chase, 

Henry Martin Cheavens, 

Albert Pierson Condit, 

Henry Martyn Dechert, 



i|WJ?»8— ' 



EUenville, N. Y. 
P,n. JTew York City. 
E'A. Chicago, 111. 
H'M. St. Louis, Mo. 
T.A. Newark, N. J. 
A'r. Philadelphia, Pa. 




j!(^i^»8-— 



VALE CHAPTER. 



William Thompson Fabnham, 
Gbobgb Lombabd Fbost, 
Leonabd Addison Hendrick, 
Rev. Edward M. Jerome, LL.B. 
*ItiCHABD Lamb, 
Sylvanus S. Mulfobp, M D. 
HuBEBT Anson Newton, 
Prof. Math. Yale CoU. 

Ellis Henby Robebts, 
Chables a. Taylob, 
Rev. Henby Mabtyn Tuppeb, 
James Andbews Wilcox, 




. Rav. Chables Alfbed Baeb, 
Rev. EvEBETT Wade Bedingbk, 
Henby DeWitt Beman, 
Geobge Edwabd CUBTIS, 
William Buck Dana, 
Timothy Campbell Downee, 

Evan William Evans, 

Tutor Yale Coll., and IVo£ 
Nat. Phil and Astron. Ma- 
rietta Coll. 

Bybon Habt, M. D. 

Geobge C. Hastings, 

Geobge Reginald H. Hughes^ 

Rev. Salmon McCall, 

Robert Mobbis Marshall, 

Bennett Warner Morse, 

Thomas Stoughton Potwin, 
Tutor Yale Coll. 

♦Emerson Cogswell WHixjncr, 



A.P. 


New York City. 


H'0. 


Mineral Pointy Wis, 


O.A. 


New York City. 


P.'f'. 


New Haven, Conn. 


A'T. 


Norfolk, Va. 


B'0. 


Cherry Valley, N. Y 


A-P. 


New Haven, Conn. 


1^. 


Ftica, N. Y. 


A.0. 


New Orleans La. 


E'X. 


Waverly, Til. 


AjV, 


Columbus, 0. 


and 


^ifta-mif. 


B'a. 


PhUadelpMa, Pa. 


P.A. 


Walton, Ky. 


N.E' 


Minneapolis, Minn. 


O.T. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


E'n. 


Utica, N. Y. 


M.B. 


Tyree Springs, Tenn. 


H'0. 


Marietta, 0. 




B'*. Philadelphia, Pa. 

E.X. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

P.0. Baltimore, Md. 

H'T. Old Saybrook, Conn. 

O.M. Maysville, Ky. 

B.r. New Haven, Conn. 

2.N. New Haven, Conn. 

E.^. Winchendon, Mass. 



Jma/»^<A, 



62 ALPHADELTA 


PHI* 


(BiShtttn lundriid and ^iftg-inrt , 


David Skinner IliaKi-ow 


Z'A. 


Westdiester, Cann. 


Lkjbeus Cornelius Chapin, 


o.p. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Tutor Yale Coll. 




/ 


William Wallace Crapo, 


A.2. 


New Bedford:, M»Bib . 


Robert Elijah Day, 


b.-r. 


Hartford, Conn. 


Rev. Henry Edwin Dwight, 


E.M. 


Randolpb, Mass. 


Rev. James Harrison Dwight, 


A'A. 


Englewood, N. J. 


Daniel Coit Gilman, 


A.K. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Librarian Yale Coll. 






♦Archibald Falconer Gould, 


A'N. 


St. Angastine, Fla. 


Edward Houghton, 


A.A. 


Hollistisiy Mass. 


Marcus Lyon, 


H'X. 


Genoa, N. J. 


Henry Watson McNeil, 


E'A. 


Lodi, N. Y. 


Vincent Marmaduke, 


A'n. 


Arrow Kock, Mo. 


Jonathan Lovejoy Noyes, 


H'A. 


Baton Rouge, La. 


William H. Redwood, 


A.T. 


Mobile, Ala. 


William Leonard Rowland, 


LX. 


Augusta, 6a. 


Rev. George Blagden Safford, 


B.*. 


Boston, MasB^ 


Henry Seymour Sanford, 


A'T. 


New Milford, Conn. 


George Griswold Sill, 


Tin. 


Hartford, Conn. 


William Stanley, 


2JV. 


New York C^ty. 


Melancthon Storrs, M. D. 


A.n. 


Colchester, Conn. 


George Augustus Wilcox, 


Z'0. 


Detroit, Mich« 



(Bijghton %^Xiix\i and c^iflg-thrw, 

Bbk/amin Franexin'Baer, A.H. Lancaster, Pa. 

George William Baldwin, I.X. Worcester, Mass. 

Rev. Wit Frederic V. Bartlett, A'0. Natche25, Miss. 

Henrt Silt^iman Bennett, E.P. Penn Yann, N. Y 

Edward Coke Billings, LL.B. P.Y. New York City. 

Rev. Edson Lyman Clark, M.e. Dalton, Mass. 





TALB CHAPTSR. 



63 



Rev. OuvBR EMfiwoRTH Cobb, A.N. 

Edwabd R Dickson, H'E. 

Danbbl Rbxlt Empson, a.b. 

Rev. William T. Gilbert, a'P. 

William Henrt Gleason, l.n. 

Delano Alexander Goddard, O.T, 

Alfred Groitt, '^^-f^^tl ^J^: 

James Hamilton, A'r. 

Thomas Prather Nicholas, O.A. 

Edward Woodruff Seymour, A.X. 

George Shiras, £.n. 

George Washburn Smallet, E'0. 

James Oswald Swinney, 2.P. 

Luther Goulding Tarbox, E.X. 

Salathiel Harrison Tobey, a'JNT. 

Charles Townsend, B'H. 

Rev. Kinsley Twining, Z'A. 

♦Edward Walden, E.*. 

James Morris Whiton, M.Z. 



Tanytown, N. Y. 
Glennsville, Ala. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Wilton, Conn. 
Sag Harbor, N. T. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Litchfield, Conn. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Boston, Mass. 
Glasgow, Mo. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Hinsdale, Mass. 
BuflEalo, N. Y 
New Haven, Conn. 



Charles Tripler Alexander, 

Charles Henry Barrett, 

Samuel Curtis Blackman, 

Horatio Woodward Brown, 
Tutor Yale CoU. 

Carroll Cutler, 

Tutor Yale Coll., and Prof. 
West. Res. Coll, 

Edward Cornelius DuBois, 

Charles Analdo Dupee, 

Rev. William Buck Dwight, 

Rev. William Henry Fenn, 



and Mh'\^^\^ 

2.*. Louisville, Ky. 

A.n. Rutland, Vt. 

M.P. New Haven, Conn. 

0.0. Burdett, N, Y. 

P.2. Hudson, O. 




A. A. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

A.I. Chicago, HI. 

1.0. Englewood, N. J. 

A.Z, Manchester, N. H. 




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64 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Jacob Brown Hasris, 
Henry Horton, 
"^Richard Lawrence Keese, 
Luther Maxwell Lee, . 
W1LLLA.M Augustus Meloy, 
William Henry Noreis, 
Charles Pardee, 
Edward A. Perry, 
William R. Plunkeit, 
Leander Hubbell Potter, 
Charles Thomas Purnell, 
Thomas Gardner Ritch, 
John Chapin Sanders, M . D. 
Rev. John C. Shackleford, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Robert Eyeleiqh Taylor, 
Samuel Walker, 




^XQhUtn lundr^d and 

William DeWitt Alexander, 
Prof. Greek, Oahu Coll. 

William Ledyard Avery, 

Addin Lewis Bishop, 

William Frederic Causey, 

Cornelius De Marest Christie, 

Rev. Henry Nitchie Cobb, 

Martin Baum Ewing, 

Nathan Thomas Fitch, 

William Coit Gilman, 

Hiram Lowell Howard, 

JFrancis C. Lathrop, 

Alfred Bolivar Miller, 



A'*. 


Winohendon, Mass. ', 


E.M. 


Enfield, N. Y. 


r'B. 


New Haven, Conn. 


A.e. 


Meadville, Miss. 


E'X. 


Greene, N. Y. 


E'T. 


Green Bay, Wis. 


B'n. 


New ilaven. Conn. 


P.X. 


Richmond, Mass. 


E'M. 


Pittsfield, Mass. 


E.0. 


Rockford, 111. 


T.B. 


Port Gibso^i, Miss. 


A.P. 


Stamford, Conn. 


N.n. 


Norwalk, 0. 


r'T. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


T.*. 


Woodbury, Conn. 


E.T. 


Poughkeepsie, "N, Y. 


E.T. 


Washington, D. C. 


and 


Mn-H 


A.X. 


Sanilwich Islands. 


A'M. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


A.r. 


New Haven, Conn. 


E'n. 


Milford, Del. 


O.Y. 


Hackensack, N. J, 


E.n. 


Koordistan. 


T.0. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


E'A. 


Lockport, N. Y, 


A.X. 


New York City. 


H'P. 


Enfield, Mass. 


H'A. 


Le Roy, N. Y. I 


B.n. 


Groton, Mass. 5 



%ym^^ 



—st^lf 




TALK CHAPTER. 



Gboboe p. Taft Padblefobd, T.A. 

Rev. Chasles Ray Palmsb, H'T' 

John Hekhy Piatt, O.A. 

GsoBGS Pbatt, E.r. 

Geobge Stuabt, E'@. 

William Howell Taylor, a'p. 

William Reed Woodbbidge, A.E. 

Stanley Trott Woodwabd, 2.B. 

William Ctttleb Wyman, I.A. 

Henby Billings Bbown, P.0. 

John Mason Bbown, M.X. 

Chables Edwin Bulkeley, E'TI 

Stephen Condit, E'0, 

Rev. Hasbbouck Du Bois, A'X. 

Oeobge Caby Dunham, O.2. 

Luke William Pinlay, T.M. 

Julius Gay, r.A. 

William Jambs Habbis, A.r. 

Fbank Hodge, O.II. 

Roland Kinzeb, N.A. 

Rev. John Monteith, Z'N. 

Eugene Pope Moobb, N.B. 

John Mobehead, A'0. 

Sidney Edwabds Mobse, A.M. 

David Plunkett Rtchabdson, A.r. 

*DoNALD Shaw, a.A. 

John Buppington Stickney, A'a. 

Geobge B. St. John, E.T. 



Savannah, Ga. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Cinciimati, O. 
Saybrook, Conn. 
Sherman, Conn. 
New York City. 
Port Henry, N. Y. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Bix)oklyn, N. Y. 

Stonington, Conni 
Frankfort, Ky. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Newark, N". J. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Farmington, Conn. 
Monson, Mass. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Terryville, Conn. 
Frankfort, Ky. 
Frankfort, Ky. 
New York City. 
Macedon, N. Y. 
Hamden, N. Y. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Nor walk, Conn. 





(Stjght»tt lundr^d and ^tftS'Sev^n. 



Whittlesey Adams, 



E'P. Warren, O. 



• 



9 




66 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Augustus Field Beabd, 

Jacob Staats Burnet, 

Joseph Alonzo Chbistman, 

♦Frbdbbick N. Chubch, , ^ 

Henby Swift De Fobest, 
Tutor Beloit Coll. 

Stephen Dbcatub Doab, 
William Emil Dosteb, 
Solomon Johnson Douglass, 
Chables Bbockway Dye, 
Edwabd John Evans, 
Douglass Fbench Fobbest, 
*Edwabd Thubston Fulleb, 
Ag^ABTAH Thomas Galt, 
Volney Hickox, 
Lyman Davis Hodge, 
Henby Stbong Huntington, 
Dennis Beuce Lyles, 
Almon Baxteb Mebwin, 
Edwabd Janin, 
Geobge Augustus Nolen, 
David Gustavus Pobteb, 
Edwin Fbancis Sandys, 
Samuel Scoville,-!:* H IVu.W 

Henby Maubice Seely, 

James S. Seibold, 

Stobbs Ozias Seymoub, 

WiLDEB Smith, 

Tutor Yale CoU. 

Rev. Moses Tyleb, 

Nathan Dana Wells, 

Abthub Mabtin Wheeleb, 



r.p. 
r'0. 

2.6. 
I.M. 
I.Y. 

E.T. 

A.n. 

B.P. 
E.X. 

i.n. 

A.T. 

b't' 

H'S. 
E.X. 

A.0. 
H'A. 

A.*. 
E'E. 

N.X. 

2.n. 
E'n. 

A'A. 
T.A. 

1.0. 




South Norwalk, Conn. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Phcenixville, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
So. Edmeston, N. Y. 

Charleston, S. C. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Torrington, Conn. 
York, Pa. 
Alexandria, Ya. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Chicago, HI. 
Springfield, Bl. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Cleveland, O. 
Pr. George's Co., Md. 
New York City. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Haven, Conn. 
New London, Conn. 

Wi Oornwair, Con n. 
Honesdale, Pa. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Litchfield, Conn. 
New Haven, Conn. 




T.r. Owego, N. Y. 

A^. Lawrence, Mass. ( 

T.P. Easton, Conn. f 



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TAL E ( 


CHAPTER. 67 


(KtJjWwn lundn[(I and ^iftg-dght. 


VoLNEY Stamps Anderson, 


O.*. 


Albany, N. Y. 


ROBEBT MaBSHALL BeALB, 


E'N. 


Washington, D. C. 


Oblando Bbown, 


B.X. 


Frankfort, Ky. 


Geobge Bibb Bubnlby, 


r.p. 


Frankfort, Ky. 


John Mtt^ton Davis, 


O.A. 


Garrard Co., Ky. 


Louis Dembinski, 


r.z. 


Tarnow, Poland. 


WiLLiAH Russell Fbisbie, 


P.0. 


San Francisco, Gal. 


ROBEBT MaCY GaLLAWAY, 


O.M. 


New )L ork City. 


Fbedbbigk Ghables Hewitt, 


F.^. 


Owego, N. Y. 


Augustus Turnee Jones, 


H'B. 


N. Bridgewater, Mass. 


William Allen McDowell, 


H'P. 


XJniontown, Pa. 


Elawson Cabby Mobe, 


H'n. 


Lebanon, Tenn. 


HoBACE Neide, 


P.2. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Fbedebick Alphonso Noble, 


H'A. 


Andover, Mass. 


De Wees Ogden, 


E'n. 


Galveston, Texas. 


Benjamin Fbanklin Penny, 


H'T. 


New Orleans, La. 


Elkctus Abuah Pbatt, 


A.n. 


Plym'th Hollow, N.Y. 


Henry Andbews Pbatt, 


. A.r. 


Haydensville, Mass. 


Channing Richards, 


EU 


Cincinnati, 0. 


EIben Gbeenough Scott, 


H'0. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Hadyn Kellogg Smith, 


A.0. 


Madison, Wis. 


WnjJAM Henby S^teele, 


i.n. 


New York City. 


Chables H. Woodbuff, 


A.r. 


New York City. 



(RiUhUtn lundr^d and (jftftg-mne. 

Louis Henby Bbistol, O.T. New Haven, Conn. 

Robebt John Cabpenteb, P.T. Demorestville, C. W. 

Leonabd Wilkinson Cabbadine E.M. Natchez, Miss. 

Joseph Aldbigh Coopeb, n.e. Mattitnck, N. Y. 

Geobge Whitefield Fisheb, O.Z. No. White Creek, N.Y^ 

Edwin Bancboft Foqte, N.B. New Haven, Conn. 




ALPHA BXLTA PBT 




William Kittekdgb Hall, 


AT. 


Boston, Mass. 


DlODATE CirSHMAN HaNNAHS, 


A. A. 


New York Citj. 


Samuel Slawson Hartwbll, 


H'*. 


Oti8ville,*N. T. 


Chables Hknky Hatch, 


A'n. 


New York City. 


Elijah Franklin Howe, 


A.B. 


Grafton, Mass. 


James Mascarene Hubbard, 


£.2. 


Boston, Mass. 


Horatio Cheever Newhall, 


Z'N. 


Galena, 111. 


Edwin Rensselaer Reed, 


A.T. 


Milton, Mass. 


William Henry Rice, 


n's. 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


John Wallace Riddle, 


o.n. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


WnjJAM Jay Roberts, 


a'a. 


New. Milford, Conn. 


JoHN^ Onins Slay, 


r'0. 


Camdeii, Del. 


Charles Bohn Slingluff, 


2.x. 


Baltiiliore, Md. 


Albert Arnold Sprague, 


H'B. 


East Randolph, Vt. 


William Augustus Stiles, 


E'n. 


Deckertown, N. J, 


Joseph Tabor Tatum, 


2.r. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Alfred Judd Taylor, 


Z'A. 


HnntingtoRy Mass. 


John Shelley Weinberger, 


2.M. 


Milford, Pa. 


Thomas Bucklin Wells, 


M.T. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Charles Mortimer Wheeler, 


P.P. 


Canandaigua, N. Y. 


AsHER Henry VV ilcox. 


I.E. 


Norwich, Conn. 


Arthur Burr Wood, 


B.*. 


Middletown, N. Y. 



f • 



(Stjgftt»n Ittndr^d and Ifixtg. 

George Waterman Arnold, E.l. Warwick, R. I. 



Edwin Randolph Barnes, 
Henry Elbert Barnes, 
Ferdinand Beach, 
George Louis Bbeb^. 
William Edward Bradley, 
Charles Henry Bunce, 
George Lyndb Catlin, 



N.X. Buffalo, N. Y. 

B.n. Plantsville, Conn. 

A.N. Milford, Conn. 

P.0» Stratford, Comu 

I.M. New Canaan^ Conn* 

B'r. Hartford, Conn. 

0.0. New York City. 





TALK CHAPTER. 



69 



"^Hkney Champion, 
Fbedebick Hjenby Colton, 
Lowndes Hkkby Davis, 
Samuel Dunham, 
Edwabd Brown Furbish, 
George Hebmon Gbiffin, 
Lucius Hopkins Higgins, 
William Cubtis Johnston, 

SiBMON ThOBNB EbESE, 

OuvEB Addison Eingsqpby, 
Oblando LbacS, 
William Penotngton, 
James Henby Schneideb, 
Henry Ward Siglab, 
Samuel Reed Wabben, 

John Wait Babton, 
Geobge Bbbnabd Bonney, 
Fbanklin Seymoub Bbadley, 

HUBEBT SaNFOBD BbOWN, 

William Babdwbll Clabk, 
Eqenezeb Buckingham Conyebs, 
MouLTON De Fobest, 
Geobge Delp, 
Henby Rebs Dubfee, 
David William Eaves, 
Clabence Eddy, 
Joseph Nelson Flint, 
Geobge Brkit Goodall, 
Samuel Whittemobe Hitchcock 
James Nevins Hyde, 

f f k 'yr ■■■'■ ' " ■ "-■ 




N.n. 


New Haven, Coon. ' 


o 


H'A. 


Longmeadow, Mass. 




A.a 


Jackson, Mo. 




M.P. 


Sonthington, Conn. 




£.0. 


Portland, Me. 




E'P. 


New York City. 




o.r. 


Plantsville, Conn. 




E'A. 


Smyrna, Turkey. 




0.*. 


Keeseville, N. T. 




A.N. 


New York City. 




p^. 


East Stoughton, Mass. 




n.0. 


Paterson, N. J. 




A'B. 


Aintab, Syria. 




A'P. 


Canandaigua, N. Y. 




H'Z. 


Fayetteville, Vt. 




antt 


|fi5rfg-«n^ 




o.n. 


Danbury, Conn. 




P.M. 


Rochester, Mass. ^ i ^' 


4U^ir 


A.B. 


• 

New Haven, Conn. 




T.r. 


New Hartford, Conn. 




1.0. 


Granby, Mass. '\ 


« 


Z.B. 


Zanesville, 0. 


+ 


o.*. 


Madison, Wis. 




E'P. 


Doylestown, Pia. 




E.A. 


Palmyra, N. Y. 




A.B. 


Sodal Hill, Ky. 




N.n. 


Waterford, N. Y. 




O.A. 


Canaseraga, N. Y. 




O.B. 


Bangor, Me. ) 


z'a. 


New Haven, Conn. ^ 


M.2. 


Cincinnati, 0. S 


1 




■^*«.K->OI 



-^^^•^ 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



•f 



Henby Norton Johnson, 
Fbedebic Rowland Jones, 

JOHN.CODDINGTON EllTNET, 

Habyet Sheldon Eitchel, 
Henby Smith Mebchant, 
Nathan Tibbals Mebwin, 
Tbacy Peck, Jr. 
Henby McClube Post, 
James Peppeb Pbatt, 
Chables Robinson, 

FBANaS RlTTEB ScHMUCKEB, 

WiNTHBOP Dudley Sheldon, 
GiLBEBT Miles Stocking, 
Geobge Makepeace Towle, 
Ralph Olmsted Williams, 
Theodobe Stephen Wynkoop, 



Albebt Egebton Adams, 
Iba Rush Alexandeb, 
John Wesley Alling, 
Oeobgb Milleb Beabd, 
Habvey Habbis Bloom, 
Heman Pagkabd De Fobest, 
Chables Weight Ely, 
Joseph Lybband Febbell, 
Elliot Chapin Hall, 
Fbancis Hunt Holmes, 
John Wesley Johnson, 

HiBAM HOLLISTEB ElMPTON, 

Habbison Maltzbebgeb, 
Mabion Fbancis Mulkey, 




H'r. 


West Meriden, Conn. 


A.I. 


Fairfield, Conn. 


r'T. 


Darien, Conn. 


P.P. 


Detroit, Mich. 


E.n, 


Nassau, N. T. 


N.A. 


Milford, Conn. 


n.A. 


Bristol, Conn. 


E.P. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


E.X. 


Logansport, Ind. 


A.P. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


N.X. 


Reading, Pa. 


n.A. 


New Haven, Conn. 


r.0. 


1 Waterbury, Conn. 


E.T. 


Washington, D. C. 


o.z. 


Passaic, N. J. 


£.4». 


Wilmington, Del. 


and ^ixtg-t»«. 


B.A. 


Gorham, Me. 


I.*. 


Lewistown, Pa. 


E'H. 


Orange, Conn. 


F'Z. 


Andover, Mass. 


A.E. 


Norwich, N. T. 


M.2. 


No. Bridge water, Mass. 


P.N. 


Madison, Conn. 


n.B. 


West Chester, Pa. 


E.X. 


Jamestown, N. Y. 


2.M. 


Williamsburg, Mass. 


2.n. 


Benton Co., Oregon, 


A'0. 


Ticonderoga, N. T. 


I.Y. 


Beading, Pa. 


o.r. 


Benton Co., Oregon. 




T^ALB CHAPTER. 



Joseph Fitz Randolph, 
Frajtcis Norton Sterling, 
Edward Collins Stone, 
Henry Wolcott Thayer, 
Thomas Gairdner Thurston, 
Levi Penfield Treadwell, 
Henry Barzillai Waterman, 
Pierce Noble Welch, 




n.T. Trenton, N. J. 

P.A. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

r'Z. Columbus, O. 

N.n. Newark, N. J. 

T.X. Kaaliia, Hawaiian Isl's. 

H'M. New Fairfield, Conn. 

A.A, Belvidere, HI. 

I.Z. New Haven, Conn. 




inMiii»irtri«iii ri'W<nrt 




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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 




■•nrriaiai'iiiirTii inMrtnrrnw -i ~n n dur 






BNEVJI CHAPT 



9 



■•^*- 



% 



Thomas Rush Spknceb, M.P., M.0. Superior City, Minn. 
Prof. Geneva Med. Inst. 



Rev. Chables Heney Plait, B'*. Auburn, NT. Y. 
John Nicholas Whiting, O.A. New York City. 

(Biflfctetn lundr^i and 4«rtg^ 

Rev. Walter Aybault, H'r. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

T.I. Little Fort, HI. 
H'A. Newburyport, Mass. 



Augustus Bbown Cotes, 

Rev. Benjamin Hale, D.D., 
Pres. Hobart Coll. 

MoBss Stewabt, M.D., 



T.A. Detroit, Mich. 



(Bijglitwn Ittttdrifd antt ^oxtH'Ont 

William Claskson Johnson, E'0. Uti6a, N. Y, 
Rev. Geobge Lewis Platf, 0.2. Tivoli, N. Y, 

Egbeet Bagg, P.E. Ftica, N. Y. 

Aethub M. Beabdsley, T.n. Utica, N. Y. 

Rev. Joshua Cooke, A'*. Lewiston, N. Y 



10 



■^—"o^ 




1 




ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Edwabd Rebs Dox, A.N. 

John Ganson, t'y. 

Rev. Fbedebig Gabdineb, 1.0. 

Rev. William Thomas Gibson, T.T. 

Isaiah MgCollum, a'M. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Gardiner, Me. 
WaterviUe, N. Y. 
Hillsdale, Mich. 




(BiflWeen lunttritd and ^^orti^Alxm. 



Mabtin Lutheb Bellows, A.n. 

Edwabd Floyd DeLanoky, P.A. 

William Addison Fitzhugh, A.r. 

Rev. William Agub Matson, A'S, 

Nigholas K. Wade, 2.Z. 



Seneca Falls, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Geneva, N. Y, 
St. Petersburg, Russia. 



Paul Fbnimobe Coopeb, A.Z. Albany, IT. Y. 

Chables a. Tuttle, B'*. Milwaukie, Wis, 

(Bijittttn litttdr^d and ^jrig-^w. 

Skaneafteles, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N". Y. 

Waterloo, N. Y. 
Waterloo, N. Y. 



AxEiltANDAB HOBTON, N.F. 

Thomas F. Roghestei^ M.D., 2.1' 
Prof* Inst, and Pract. of Med. 

Babtholomew Skaats, O.A. 

Samuel Russell Welles, M.D., A.E' 



(&lSfiUm Ittttdr^d and 4orfg--»K. 

James Watson Av:enRELL, T.H. New York City. 

William Coleman, a'T. York, Pa. 

Nicholas B. S. Eldbed, l.*. Auburn, N. Y. 

Matthew Gbiswold, T.X. Adhtabula, O. 

(BisWMn Inndritd and ^ortg-smtt* 

Heney B. Hobton, e.2. Skaneateles, N. Y. 




■^"^ ^^^j f gi i ij 




QSNETA CBAFTEB, 



RiOHABX) Hbnbt Lawbence, 
Samuel Holdek Tobbey, 
Fbedebic a. Whiitlesby, 



r'2. Hagerstown, Md. 
E.n. New Orleans, La. 
F'P. Rochester, N. T. 




(KigWwn lutt4n{4 an^ ^ortg-Miglit* 



Henby C. Bake;h£A0, 


F2. 


West Point, N. T. 


Jacob B. Kibby, 


A.n. 


Ilrownsville, N. Y. 


Rev. Cablton Peters Maples, 


A.r. 


Smithtown, L. I. 


Rev. Robebt Nathan Pabke, 


B.A' 


Waterloo, N. Y. 


Clabence Abmstbong Sewabd, 


A'r. 


New York City. 


Geobge H. Smith, 


E'K. 


Rockaway, N". Y. 






AzEL Backus, 


K.A. 


Rochester, N". Y. 


Fbanklin Chamleblain, 


N.A. 


Seneca Falls, N. Y. 


Edwabd Payson Claeke, 


r'0. 


Franklin, N. Y. 


Geobge J. Gallagheb, 


E'A. 


New York City. 


*Geobge M. Hobton, 


Fn. 


Geneva, N. Y. 


Samuel W. Salisbuby, 


A.I' 


Canandaigua, N. Y. 


John L. Suthebland, 


2.M. 


New York City. 



Edwabd H. Aveby, a.z. Auburn, N. Y. 

William H. Chubch, I.X. Angelica, N. Y. 

Rev. Geobge Williams Watson, F'2. Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Rev. Edwabd R. Welles, A.O' Red Wing, Minn. 



(KifiWwn Itttidr^d and SiiPVront 

Edwabd C. De Zeng, A.A. Geneva, N. Y. 

Hon. DEWm C. Pbtebs, I.n. New York City. 






ALPHA BELT 



A PHI. « 



Horace Websteb, Jr. A.r. New York City 

Albert Speoull Wheeler, E.T.K.Elmira, N. Y. 

Prof. Rhet. and Elocu. Hob- 
art Coll. 

(&i0un lundr^d and ^ifii^-two. 

m 

KiCHARD MoRLEY Harrison, v'l. New York City. 
Asst. Prof. Mat. Hobart Coll. 

AtJGUSTiNE B. Hawley, M. D. T.n' Red Wing, Miiin. 

John L. D. Mercer, N.Z. Waterloo, N. V . 

John H. Swaby, N.A. Philadelphia, I*a. 

♦Nathan Ashley Hoze, T.A. Penn Yan, N. Y. 

William Henr^x^Wilkinson, M.n. Springfield, Ala. 

(RtjgWwn lundr^d and ^iftg-fottn 

Frederic C. Goodwin, F'T. Detroit, Mich. 

Thomas WickHa^ Mizner, LA. Detroit, Mich. 

♦William Nisbet, I.e. Auburn, N. Y. 

Meredfth L. Ogden, P.X. New Orleans, La. 

Charles KoLUN Remington, H'n. Manlius, N. Y. 

(gijgWwn lundr^d and ^iftj-^oe* 

♦Charles Henry Beardsley, B'i' Elmira, N. Y. 

Samuel Birds all, Jr. A.H. Vernon, Miss. 

Charles A. A. Bowen, M. D. 2.N. St. Catharinp, C. W. 
Prof. Anat. and Phis. Hobart 
Coll. 

Rev. Edward Hurd Jewett, T.M. Boonsville, N. Y. 

Thomas L. Knapp, A.Y. New Berlin, N. Y. 

Erastus Wooster Spalding, H'a. Chicago, HI. 

♦Wilson Sturges, T.Z. Delhi, N. Y. 





GENEVA CHAPTER 



77 



(BijWwtt lundr^^ and (^iftg-sk 

James Aemsteong, F'0. Davenport, Iowa. 

Asst. Prof. Lang. Hob. Coll. 

♦Henbt Hayes, F'2. Buffalo, N. T. 

Charles N. Hewitt, M. D. N.n' Potsdam, N. Y. 

George P. Lord, e'i. 



William H. Seaver, 



Dresden, N. Y. 
A.r. New York City. 



(BijgMwn lundr^d and ^iftg-scocn* 

William Watts Folwell, H'H. Geneva, N. Y. 

Asst. Prof. Math. Hob. Coll. 

Charles E. Parejsr, A.B. Oswego, N. Y. 

James H. Pinkham, M.E' Oswego, N. Y. 

Alexander H. Rogers, A.A Geneva, N. Y. 

a* 

(Bijgftton iundr^d 

*John Sullivan Caverno, 
George Leonard Chase, 
William Evaks Grove, 
George Herbert Patterson, 
Philo M. Patterson, 
John Armitage Staunton, 
William Henry Van Antwerp, 

(BiflWwn lundr^d 

George Frederick Lee, 
William H. Moffett, 
Horace Hills Morgan, 
Luther Burr Pearsall, 
Hugh Woodruff Taylor, 
Charles Delamater Vail, 
John Knill Warnick, 
John Tyler Wheeler, 




and 


«s-«%w. 


N.0. 


Lockport, KT. Y. 


H'A. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


I.A. 


Geneva, N. Y. 


r.o. 


Buffalo, N". Y. 


M.X. 


Geneva, N. Y. 


r'p. 


New York City. 


A.0. 


New York City. 


and 


^iftg-ninj. 


E.Y. 


Peekskill, N. Y. 


A.2;. 


New York City. 


P.A. 


San Francisco, Cal. 


T.Z. 


Owego, N. Y. 


z'n. 


Geneva, N. Y. 


2.E' 


Manlius, N. Y. 


r'n. 


Amsterdam, N. Y. 


F'y. 


Geneva, N. Y. 





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ALP HA DELTA PHI. 




Danisl H. Caverno, A.H. LockportjN". T. 

JosiAH Little Halb, 
Augustus Cjesar Hupf, 
William Gouklat Millab, 
Geobge Whttney, 



O.n' Newburyport, Mass. 

T.B. Waterloo, N. Y. 

A.n. Lewiston, N. T. 

E'A, BiDgbamton, N. Y. 



(&iQ}iUen lunir^i and J$ys-ott£. 

RoBEBT MuBBAY DuFF, E.2. ConstableviUe, N", Y. 

Mahlon Bainbbidge Folwell, A.^. Bomiilus, N. Y. 

Edmund W. Hodgkikson, E.0. Smitbtovn, L. L 

Alfbed Babton Hough, A.r. Forest Port, N, Y. 



ri 



Geobge Gobdon Bbooks, 
William Obton Cabson, 
Solomon FBANas Dunham, 
John Palmeb Eujs, 
Asa Gbat Folwell, 
Edwabd Macomb, 
Chables Bbotheb Schuyleb, 
Benjamin Weston Woodwabd, 
William Woodwobth, 



mi J5Ktg-tnj0. 


r.p. 


Sacramento, Cal. 


A'X. 


Geneva, N. Y, 


A'B. 


Lockport, N. Y. 




Geneva, N. Y. 


2.N. 


Romulus, N". Y. 




Geneva, N. Y. 


A.Y. 


Oswego, N. Y. 


jv.n. 


Hector, N. Y. 


I.e. 


Lodi, N. Y. 



(BiflWwtt luttilrifd antt ^ixtg-thm. 



John Henbt W. Allen, 

Leigh Richmond Bbeweb, 

Edwabd Allis Congeb, r'0. 

SUTHEBLAND DoUGLASS SmITH, A'X. 

Cobnelius Van Schaack, O.Y. 




Guilford, Vt. 
Canton, N. Y. 
Geneva, N. Y. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Manlius, N. Y. 






eOWOOiN CHAPTER. 



■♦♦4- 



JOHN LOBBIS CUTLBB, A.T. 

Rev. Geobgb William Field, I.A. 
Rev. John Obr Fiske, F'A. 

Gideon Stetson Palmeb, M. D. E.X. 



Augusta, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Bath, Me. 
Gorham, Me. 



Benjaion Aphthobp G. Fulleb, N.0. Augusta, Me. 

Hon. IcHABOD Goodwin, O.Y. Concord, N. H. 

Tutor Bowd. Coll., Gov. of 
New Hampshire. 



<&i0ttn Ittttttri^d nrtA 40% 



Rev. Elijah Kellogg, S. H. S. H'P. 

♦Albebt G. TJpham, M. D. r.T. 

Prof. Anat. Castleton Med. 
CoU., Vt. 



Boston, Mass. / 
Rochester, Mass. 



Henbt Ingalls, £'4>. Wiscassett, Me. . 

Rev. Feanois Dudley Ladd, E'0. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rev. GbobgeFbedebigMagoun, H'a. Davenport, Iowa. 





80 



ALPHA DELTA PHI 



(&i0etn lutt^r^i and (^crtg-toff* 




BtaNET Hill Boodt, E'A' 

Tut. Bowd. Coll., Prof. Rhet. 
and Orat. 

John Craig Clark, N.A. 

Prof. Mod. Lan., Mad. Univ. 

Rev. Frederic Gardiner, E'n. 

Rev. William Hyde, H'X. 

Jesse William Page, E.0. 

Rev. Henry Boynton Smith, H'y. 
Tut. Bowd. Coll., Prof. Ment. 
and Int. Phil. Am. Coll., Prof. 
Ch. Hist. Union Tb. Sem. 

Samuel Trask, A. M. E.Z. 

George Wells, ' P.A. 



New York City. 



New York City. 

Gardiner, Me. 
Gardiner, Me. 
Baltimore, Md. 
New York City, 



Portland, Me. 
New York City. 



Brunswick, Me. 



Rev. Wheelock Craig, A.I. 

Prof. Mod. Lan., Bowd. Coll. 

Joseph DANB^r. 

William Augustus Goodwin, 

•Jjf^ev. George Barker Little, 

Rev. John Oliver Means, 

' George Payson, 

Joseph Titcomb, 



0.<k Kennebonk, Me. 
A.r. Portland, Me. 

West Newton, Mass. 

Roxbury, Mass. 
II.0. Chicago, Dl. 
A'a. Kennebunk, Me. 



F'T. 
O.2. 



(BiQhUm iuttird antt ^jartg-fjur. 



Henry Knight Bradbury, 

Rev. Henry Kinsman Craig, 
Tutor Bowd. Coll. 

William Henry Farnham, 

Rev. George De P. Folsom, 



E.B. Bucksport, Me. 

E.0. Bucksport, Me. 

a'a. San Francisco, Cal. 

O.P. Springfield, Mass. 





B O WD IN 


chapter. 81 


Joshua Seaks Palmer, 


O.A. Portland, Me. 


Charles Edward Swan, M. D. 


2.1. Calais, Me. 


Rev. Arthur Swazet, 


A.2. Galena, 111. 


Thomas L. WinthropTappan, 


B'X. Aubum, N. Y. 


Horace Williams, 


A.Y. Augusta, Me. 



(BtjgWcctt lund^d and 4<rrtg-^p«. 



Moses Morrill Butler, 


E.*. 


Portland, Me. 


James Henry Deerinq, 


Ml. 


Alabama. 


George Henry Kingsbury, 


E'2. 


Boston, Mass. 


Hey. John Parker Skekls, 


P.A. 


Hallowell, Me. 


• 

(BiflWwn lundri{d and ^ortg-six. 


Frederic Augustus Dbanb, 


H'n. 


San Francisco, Cal 


•James W. Hanscom, 


A.Y. 


Saco, Me. 


*Rev. DoNATus Merrill, 


T.B. 


Westbrook, Me. 


Moses Lkland Morse, 


E'A. 


Winchester, Mass. 


ReY. Benjamin Galen Snow, 


H'X. 


• 

Caroline Isles. 


Thomas Hammond Talbot, 


T.2. 


Portland, Me. 


John Anderson Waterman, 


F'*. 


Gorham, Me. 



(Stjglttfen lundr^d and ^oH^-sfttem 

Alvin Boodt, H'T. Hadson, Wis. 

ReY. Ebenezer Steyens Jordan, r'T. Limerick, Me. 

George Jaryis Means, E.2. Medford, Mass. 

Frank Benj. Merrill, M. D. P.N. Christiai^ Co., Ky. 

Henry Baker Neil, K.A. Australia. 

Frank Yosb, K.0. New Orleans, La. 

(Bijghtwn Ittttitr^tt and ^orfg-dgW. 



ReY. Thomas Hill Rich, 



jlpiP^S'"*"'' *■ 



11 



2.P. Bucksport, Me. 




72 



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▲ I.r H ▲ PBLT A PHI. 




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BOWDOIN CHAPTER. 




(Bijghtwn lunttrijd and c^ifii^-ihtt 

Ralph W. Cummings, A.A. Portland, Me. 

James Henry Kidder, E.n. Portland, Me. 

Joseph McKeek, Jr., M. D. n.E. Brunswick, Me. 



(Kijghtccn lun^r^d and ^iftg-foitn 

JoHK Frederick Deane, O.A. Bangor, Me. 

Council Greeley, E'0. Dover, Mel 

John Wesley Simonds, A. 2. Franklin, N. H. 

John G. Stetson, N.A. Newcastle, Me. 

Franklin Augustus Wilson. P.2. Bangor, Me. 

(RijIttMn luttdr^d and ^iftg-^ce^ 

Samuel Spring Gardner, M.n. Brewer, Me. 

John Wingatb, Jr. E'2, Ossipee, K. H. 



Thomas L. Ambrose, B'*. Ossipee, N. H. 



John Duguid Anderson, 
James Olcott Brown, 
Virgil Lafayette Craig, 
Prentiss Loring, 
Galen Clapp Moses, 



N.Y. Gray, Me. 

E.2. Portland, Me. 

A.T. Farmington, Me. 

H'r. Yarmouth, Me. 

N.E. Bath, Me. 



(BijgWwtt luttdr^d and ^iftg-scccn. 

Lewis Orsmond Brastow, A.B. Brewer, Me. 

Horace Beriah Chamberlain, P.X. 

Edward Thurston Chapman, A.A. 

Thomas Upham Coe, II.O. 

HJENRY Ripley Howard, P,r. 




Brewer, Me. 
Unity, Me. 
Bangor, Me. 
Portland, Me. 



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x^OUK 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Edwabd Rees Dox, A.N. 

John Ganson, r'Y. 

Rev. Fbedebig Oabdiner, I.©. 

Rev. WnxiAM Thomas Gibson, T.T. 

Isaiah MgCollitm, a'M. 



Buffalo, N. T. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Gardiner, Me. 
WaterviUe, N. T. 
Hillsdale, Mich. 




Martin Luthee Bellows, A.n. Seneca Falls, N. T. 

Edwaed Floyd DeLanckt, P.A. 

William Addison Fitzhxigh, A.r. 

Rev. William Ague Matson, A'H. 

Nicholas K. Wade, 2.Z. 



New York City. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Geneva, N. Y. 
St. Petersburg, Russia. 



(Bl^liUtrt §undn[d and ^ortji-fant. 

Paul Fenimobe Coopee, A.Z. Albany, N, Y. 

Ghables a. Tuttle, B'*. Milwaukie, Wis. 



Alexandeb Horton, N.r. 

Thomas F. Rochester, M.D., 2.1' 
Prof. Inst, and Pract. of Med. 

Babtholomew Skaats, Ou^. 

Samuel Russell Welles, M.D., A.E' 



Skaneateles, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Waterloo, N. Y. 
Waterloo, N. Y. 



€ijgW«n lttttilri[<I anil 4*rtg-8W» 

James Watson Avebell, T.H. New York City. 

William Coleman, a'T. York, Pa. 

Nicholas B. S. Eldbed, 1.*. Auburn, N. Y. 

Matthew Gbiswold, T.X. Afihtabnl% O. 

(Bi^Uurt lttn4n[i and (^arfg-swjtt* 

Henbt B. Hobton, 



m Henbt B. ] 



E.2. Skaneateles, N. Y 



"V^ 




JfelB«— 



t 



BOWl>OIlr CHAPTEA. 






(KijgWwn lunir^d and JJixtg-onc^ 

Edwabd Labke Appleton, r'A. Bangor, Me. 




Edward Eastman Fogg, 
Charles Oliver Hu»nr, 
John Rich, 
Edward Stanwood, 



A.X. Limerick, Me. 

O.Y. Gorham, Me. 

O.0. Farmirigdale, Me. 

A.P. Augusta, Me. 



« 

Melville Augustus Cochran, Litchfield, Me. 

William Ellingwood Donnell, Portland, Me. 

Henry Hastings Hunt, Gorham, Me. 

George Adams Mark, Poitland, Me. 

Isaac W. Starbird, Litchfield, Me. 

JosiAH Augustus Temple, Brunswick, Me. 



(Bijghtcett lunir^d anil ^«tg-tlir«. 



Joseph Clement Bates, 
Nathan Henry Wood, 



Richmond, Me. 
Portland, Me. 




■rrrarcMWL ..■>.■;-.> . ^.^. 



Ti - ,A ■-•■ I Mtnttf^m 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 




Horace Webster, Jr. A.r. New York City 

Albert Sproull Wheeler, E.T.K. Elmira, N. Y. 

Prof. Rhet. and Elocu. Hob- 
art Coll. 

Richard Morley Harrison, r'2. New York City. 
Asst. Prof. Mat. Hobart Coll. 

AUGUSTINE B. Hawley, M. D. T.n' Red Wing, Minn. 

John L. D. Merger, N.Z. Waterloo, N. \ . 

John H. Swaby, N.A. Philadelphia, Pa. 

dijghtcett iunir^tt and c^ifin-ihtt 

♦Nathan Ashley Hoze, T.A. Perm Yan, N. Y. 

William Henrt?*Wilkinson, M.n. Springfield, Ala. 

dijgWwn lundrijd and (^ifiitpnr. 

Frederic C. Goodwin, F'T. Detroit, Mich. 

Thomas WickHa^ Mizner, I. A. Detroit, Mich. 

♦William Nisbet, 1.0. Auburn, N. Y. 

Meredith L. Ogden, P.X. New Orleans, La. 

Charles Rollin Remington, H'N. Manlius, N. Y. 

♦Charles Henry Beardsley, B'i' Elmira, N. Y. 

Samuel Birdsall, Jr. A.M. Vernon, Miss. 

Charles A. A. Bowen, M. D. 2.N. St. Catharine, C. W. 
Prof. Anat. and Phis. Hobart 
Coll. 

Rev. Edward Hurd Jewett, T.M. Boonsville, N. Y. 

Thomas L. Knapp, A.f . New Berlin, N. Y. 

Erastus Wooster Spalding, H'a. Chicago, HI. 

♦Wilson Sturges, T.Z. Delhi, N. Y. 






GENEVA CHAPTER. 




(Bijghtwtt lunir^tt and ^iftg-aix^ 

Jahss Aemstbong, F'0. Davenport, Iowa. 

Asst. Prof. Lang. Hob. Coll. 

♦Hbnbt Hayes, F'2. 

Chables N. Hewht, M. D. 

Geoegb p. Lord, 



William H. Seaveb, 



Buffalo, N. T. 
N.a' Potsdam, N. T. 
E'I. Dresden, N. Y. 
A.r. New York City. 



(Bijgliton lundr^tt and ^^f^g-sjucn. 

William Waits Folwell, H'S. Geneva, N. Y. 

Asst. Prof. Math. Hob. Coll. 

Chables E. Pabkeb, A.B. Oswego, KT. Y. 

James H. Pinkham, M.E' Oswego, N. Y. 

Alexandeb H. Rogebs, A.A Geneva, N. Y. 

*JoHN Sullivan Cavebno, 
Geobge Leonabd Chase, 
William Evans Gbovb, 
Geobge Hebbebt Pattebson, 
Philo M. Pattebson, 
John Abmitage Staunton, 
William Henby Van Antweep, 

Geobge Fbedebick Lee, 
William H. Moppett, 
HoBACE Hills M obgan, 

LUTHEB BUBB PeABSALL, 

Hugh Woodbufp Taylob, 
Chables Delamateb Vail, 
John Knill Wabnick, 
John Tyleb Wheeleb, 




and 


4*«flW* 


N.0. 


Lockport, N. Y. 


H'A. 


Buffalo, KT. Y. 


I.A. 


Geneva, N. Y. 


r.o. 


BuffaTo, N. Y. 


M.X. 


Geneva, KT. Y. 


r'p. 


New York City. 


A.0. 


New York City. 


and 


^iftg-nini;* 


E.Y. 


PeekskiU, N. Y. 


A.2. 


New York City. 


P.A. 


San Francisco, Cal. 


T.Z. 


Owego, N. Y. 


z'n. 


Geneva, N. Y. 


2.E' 


Manlius, N. Y. 


r'n. 


Amsterdam, N. Y. 


F'y. 


Geneva, N. Y. 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Jebome Buckingham, 
Rev. RuFus Patch, 
Hrnkt Wahrex Williams, 



B.H. Newark, O. 
n.I. Lagrange, Ind. 
A.T. Avon, O. 




Rev. Charles F. Hudson, Z'2. Boston, Mass. 

Hon. Henry Adoniram Swift, E.A. St. Peters, Minn. 



♦Cutler Leonard, E.X. Sandusky City, O, 

Tut. West. Res. CoU. 

Rev. RuFUs Nutting, T.K. Jacksonville, III. 

Tut. West. Res. Coll., and 
Prof. Illinois Coll. 

Rev. Samuel Taylor Seelye, 2.0. Paris, France. 
Tut. West. Res. Coll. 

*RuFus Hawley St. John, T.A. Warsaw, 111. 



1 



k 



(KtjgMwtt luttir^d and (^ortj-foun 



ev. Christopher M. Cordley, T.2. Randolph, Mass. 
Homer Goodwin, A'*. Sandusky, O. 

Frederick Hughson, P.n. Fishkill, N, Y. 



Rev. Eleroy Curtis, A.r. Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Rev. William Davis Saunders, A.2. Jacksonville, HI. 
Prof. Illinois CoU. 



Rev. Nathan Smyth Burton, M.2. Granville, O 
Tut. West. Res. Coll. 

Sm*^ — 




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-k« 



HUDSON CHAPTER. 



Julian Harmon, M. D. A. a. 

Rev. William Sloane Kennedy, a'N. 
Rev. Joseph Higley Scott, F'A. 

Rev. Cornelius H. Taylor, A'0. 




Warren, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 
West Liberty, Iowa 
Altdn, El. 



(KightMit litttttr^tt and (^flrtg-scocn* 

Rev. N'athanL. Lord, M. D. H'K. Jaffna, Ceylon, 

John Manning, M. D. M.a. Toungstown, O. 

Rev. Erastus Chester, Z'K. Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Tut. West. Res. Coll. 

HiLAND R. Hulburd"; A.Y. Sacramento, Cal. 

Matthew Canfield Read, A.2.K. Hudson, O. 

Joel Swain Sawyer, 1.K. Toledo, O. 

Stephen Buckingham Sturges, N.Y. Cleveland, O. 

Rev. Levi Bodly Wilson, H'2. Toungstown, O. 

•Tunis Van Houten Wilson, I.r. Plymouth, O. 

James W. Kerr, M. D. A.TI. Princeton, N. J. 

Samuel Loomis, T.K. Grinnell, Iowa. 

Almon Sampson, H'Z. Zanesville, O. 



Nathan Barrows, M. D. F'0. New York City, 



Horace Benton, 

LEAvrrr Field Bissell, 

Rev, William Dempsey, 

Lorenzo Gates, 

Tut. West. Res. Coll. 




12 



H'P. Cleveland, O. 

I.X. Buffalo, N. T. 

A.B. Middlebury, O. ' 

O.A, Burr Oak, Mich. 



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ALPHA DE L T A PHI. 



Rev. E?EKiBL Carman Scudder, E.2. Chittoor, India. 

Tut. West. Res. Coll. 

Rev. Jared W. Scuddbr. Z'2. Arnee, India. 

(KigMwtt Ittttdr^d and ^iftg-one* 

William S. Austin, E'2. Cleveland, O. 

George Hunt, E.n. Lebanon,©. 

Hon. Morris Hunt, I. A. Leavenworth, Kan. 

Rev. Nathaniel McConaughy, A.*. Northfield, O. 

♦Virgil Louis Oviatt, * P.X. Richfield, O. 

George Barron Pierce, P.0. New Alstead, N. H. 



Horace Burnham Foster, 
Tut. West. Res. Coll. 

Edwin Smith Gregory, 

Almon Spencer, 

Russell Mortimer Williams, a'2. Topeka, Kan. 



O.A. Hudson, O. 

N.S. Hudson, O. 
n.B. Minden, La. 




Rev. James Wilson, 



A.Y. Ruggles, O. 



(Kijghtwtt litttttr^i and ^iftg-thrc^ 

Hon. Thomas H. Armstrong, A.X. Grinnell, la. 
David W. Brooks, A.M. Cleveland, O. 

Rev. Amzi B. Lyon, I.*. Strongville, O. 

(KigWwtt luttdr^d and c^ifi^-m. 

Rev. Jacob Chamberlain, A'n. Arcot Mission. 

William J. G. Nutting, A.N. Jackson, Miss. 

Prof. Jackson Fern. Inst. 



(KijghtMit luttin{<I and ^iftg-ifijglri 

Elwood Potts Haines, E.L Kinsman, O. 




■^^^•f^^i^mM 




HUDSON CHAPTER. 



(ffijgMwn landed and <^ifii^-nm. 

William Whiting Andrews, A'a. Cleveland, O. 

Gilbert S. Carpenter, 

George Harvey Christy, 

Henry Miles Day, 

Frank Brown Hamilton, 

Brainerd Spencer Higley, 

Thomas Jefferson MoLain, 




E.2. 

A.T' 

N.2. 



Akron, O. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

New York City. 
K.n. West Point, N. T. 
A. A' St. Louis, Mo. 
l.X. Warren, O. 



(&i0im lundr^d and JSixtg. 

Edward Francis Adams, Z'r. Hamden, O. 

Samuel Cheney Williamson, M.E. Randolph, O, 



(Ktjghton lunttr^il and J5«tg-«nj. 

Allen Campbell Barrows, F'P. Andover, Mase. 



Horace J. Clark, 

David Lycurgus Dimmock, 

Ira Cole Terry, 

Edward Sayle Watterson, 

Edwin Lester Webber, 

William George Williams, 



O.n. Medina, O. 

1.2, Oberlin, O. 

F,l. Peru, O. 

A.*. Warrensville, O. 

N.Y. Deerfield, O. 

M.2. Cleveland, O. 



(KigWwn fundr^d and J^ixtg-turo. 

Charles Enoch Clark, A.B. Hudson, O. 

Edward Whittlesey Stuart, a.*. Milan, O. 
Charles Tudor Williams, T.x. Cleveland, O. 

(Bijghtejn funded and jJixtg-thm. 

Emmet Denis Dodge, E.r. Akron, O. 






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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



William Heney Habvet, 
Nathaniel M. Hutchinson, 
Sidney Strong, 
Heney Robert Watterson, 
Reginald Hbbeb Wright, 



H'n. 


Cleveland, 0. 


T.A. 

t 


Columbus, 0. 


I.X. 


Strongsville, 0. 


E'0. 


Warrensville, 0. 


i.A. 


Cleveland, 0. 



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Jdi. 



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J 




BOWDOIN CHAPTER. 




Ralph W. Ccjmmikgs, A. a, Portland, Me. 

James Henry Eiddeb, E.n. Portland, Me. 

Joseph McEebn, Jr., M. D. n.E. Brunswick, Me. 



John Fbedebick Deane, O.A. Bangor, Me. 

Council Gbesley, E'0. Dover, Mel 

John Wesley Simonds, A.2. Franklin, N. H. 

John G. Stetson, N.-A. Newcastle, Me. 

Fbanklin Augustus Wilson. P.2. Bangor, Me. 

(KijgMectt luttflr^d and (^jiyrf^^^ 

Samuel Spring Gabdneb, M.Q. Brewer, Me. 

John Wingate, Jr. E'2. Ossipee, N. H. 



(Biflltteftt ittttdr^d and ^iftg-aix^ 

Thomas L. Ambbose, B'*. Ossipee, N. H. 



John Duguid Andebson, 
James Olcott Bbown, 
ViBGiL Lafayette Cbaig, 
Pbentiss Lobing, 
Galen Clapp Moses, 



N.Y. Gray, Me. 

E.2. Portland, Me. 

A.T. Farmington, Me. 

H'r. Yarmouth, Me. 

N.E. Bath, Me. 



<BiflW«tt luttdr^d and ^iftg-Hcocn. 

Lewis Obsmond Bbastow, A.B. Brewer, Me. 

Hob ACE Bebiah Chambeblain, P.X. Brewer, Me. 
Edwabd Thubston Chapman, 
Thomas Upham Coe, 
Henby Ripley Howabd, 




A.A. Unity, Me. 
n.O. Bangor, Me. 
P,r. Portland, Me. 




94 ALPHA 


1>£ 


LT A 


— ^^gw^a^ 

PHI. 


D. Bethune Duffield, 




E.G. 


Detroit, Mich. 


♦James A. Dukcax, 




A.A' 


Kalamazoo, Mich. 


Jacob Houghton, Jr. 




7/P. 


Detroit, Mich. 


Wells R. Marsh, M.D. 




£.2. 


Keokuk, Iowa. 


Prof. Chemistry, and Pharm. 




Iowa Univ. 








Rev. Edward Tenney, 




H'0. 


Dexter, Mich. 



M 



(KijgWwn gundr^d and 40rtg-ttttt«* 



EDjkttJND Andrews, M. D. 
Prof. Surg. Lind. Univ. 

Park S. Donelson, D. D. 
Pres. Wesl. Fem. Inst. 

William G. Goodwin, 

John B. Hutchins, 



A.I. Chicago, HI. 

P.r. Delaware, O. 

LA. Union City, Mich. 

O.II. Adrian, Mich. 

A.A. Chicago, 111. 



HosMER A. Johnson, M. D, 

Prof. Physiology, Lind. Univ. 

Rev. Calvin S. Kingslet, a'2. Portland, Oregon. 

DwiGHT May, E'O' Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Rev. Elijah H. Pilcher, M. D. I.X. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Rev. George P. Tindall, n.2. Indianapolis, Ind. 



(ttifllit«n landed and 4iftg* 



Lewis R. Pisk, E.2. Lansing, Mich. 

Prof. Ohem. Mich. State Agr. 
School. 

•James W. Tindall, F'0. Tecumseh, Mich. 



Joseph Webb Bancroft, Z'A. Jonesville, Mich. 

Chauncey Marvin Cady, H'T' Chicago, 111. 

Prof. 111. State Normal Univ. 



-m*^^^^^ 





i- 



7^ 



BOWDOIN CHAPTEIl. 



(&i0etrt gunitr^d and ^tjAy^'Ont. 

Edwaed Labke Appleton, r'A. Bangor, Me. 




Edwabd Eastman Fogg, 
Chables Oliteb Huirr, 
John Rich, 
Edwabd Stanwood, 



A.X. Limerick, Me. 

O.Y* Gorham, Me. 

O.0. Farmirigdale, Me. 

A.P. Augusta, Me! 



(KijgWwn lundrijd and JSktg-to, 

Meltille Augustus Cochean, Litchfield, Me. 

William Ellingwood Donnbll, 

Henby Hastings Hunt, 

Geobge Adams Mabk, 

Isaac W. Stabbibd, 

JosiAH Augustus Temple, 



Portland, Me. 
Gorham, Me. 
Portland, Me. 
Litchfield, Me. 
Brunswick, Me. 



O^lflWwn lttndri{d anil ^ixtg-thwi!* 



Joseph Clement Bates, 
Nathan Henby Wood, 



Richmond, Me. 
Po]*tland, Me. 




■i|ll..rVA muMc^^Tgnv, .. ..*.. 



• li: «. 



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96 ALPHA DELTA PHI. 




*. 



Edward Payson Evans, H'r. Gdttingen, Germany. V 

Prof. Mod. Lang. Carroll Coll. 

Hbnby Strong, H'a. La Porte, Lid. 

Daniel Leonard Wood, LA. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

(Bijghtwtt luttdr^d and c^iftg-^w^ 

James B. Eldredge, H.E. Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

Charles Hewitt, LL.B. P.r. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Alexander Martin, LL.B. A.2. St. Louis, Mo. 

Edwin Willits, F'O. Monroe, Mich. 

(Bightcen lundqi and ^iftg-sK- 

Datus Chase Brooks, A.s: Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Asst. Prof. Rhet., and Eng. 
Lit. Mich. Univ. 

John Emery Clark, z'0. Heidelberg, Germ. 

Asst. Prof. Mat. Mich. Univ. 

Mason Gibbs, N.n. Homer, Mich. 

Milton W. Reynolds, Z'E. Nebraska City, N. T. 

Rev. Moses Tyler, T.r. Owego, N. Y. 



Rev. Joseph Estabrook, H'A. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Lewis W. James, 1.a. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

George McQueen Landon, E.2. St. Josephs, Mo. 

John Richards, ' O.T. Albion, Mich. 

Prof. Ancient Lang., Albion 
Fem. CoU. 

John M. B. Sill, t'a. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. 

Mich. State Nor. School. ^ 

Edwin B. Wight, T'A' Detroit, Mich. m 



i 





UOSON GHAPTER 



-•♦•- 



Rev. Henry Noble Day, A'E. 

Prof. West. Res. Coll., and 

Pres. Ohio Fem. Coll. 

* 

Elias Loomis, LL.D. O.X. 

Prof. Nat. Phil. Coll., N. J. 
and Prof. Univ. N. T. 

Dabius Lyman, Jr., H'P. 

James Noonby, Jr., O.E. 

Prof. West. Res. Coll., and 
Prof. Illinois Coll. 

Nathan Perkins Seymour, F'n. 

P^of. West. Res. Coll. 

Samuel St. John, M. D., LL.D. Z'l. 
Prof. West. Res. Coll., and 
Prof. N. Y. Medical CoU. 



Cincinnati, O. 



New York City. 



Ravenna, O. 
California, 



Hudson, O. 



New York City, 



(Bijghtwtt lttttttn[d and 40% 



Rev. G. W. Heacock, D. D. H'*. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Charles Kent, A.I. Bellevue, O. 

Rev. Horace'Sedgwiok Taylor, H'B. Mandahasalie, Ind. 

♦Rev. Samuel Wright, z'y. New Berlin, N. Y. 



Walter S. Barber, B.A. Harwinton, Conn. 

♦George Carmi Bristol, O.2. Madison, Wis. 




98 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



William Henry Barnum, 
Goodwin Stoddard Beaver, 
Benjamin Franklin Blair, 
Byron M. Cutcheon, 
Charles Halbert Denison, 
Edward Seymour Jackson, 
Henry Bishop Landon, 
Henry Dwight Merrill, 
Erasmus Darwin Nichols, 
HoYT Pes'!!;, 
James Alexis Post, 
Charles Henry Stocking, 
Henry Munson XJtley, 

RiENZi Hiram Baker, 
Charles Chandler, Jr. 
Edward Gavion Clarke, 
Edward Allen Fay, 
James Henry Goodsell, 
Charles Morse Hunt, 
David Brainard Sturges, 
Edwin Fuller Uhl, 



and Jlixig-onc* 

LA. BellevOle, 111. 

r'B. Albion, Mich. 

B.X. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

P.0. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

2.N. Tpsilanti, Mich. 

A.0. Harford, Pa. 

E'*. Monroe, Mich. 

LA. Lane, Bl. 

P. IT. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

A'Y. Detroit, Mich. 

A.A. Detroit, Mi^h. 

B'X. Tecumseh, Mich. 

M.*. Northville, Mich. 

and ^i%i]t^m. 

Adrian, Mich. 

Clinton, Mich. 
A.A. Monroe, Mich. 
F'A. FUnt, Mich. 
2.P. tontiac, Mich. 
P.X. Meridian, N. Y. 
A.0. Saginaw, Mich. 
A.II. Ypsilanti, Mich. 




• 



(KijgWwn lundn[<i and JJixtg-thrw. 

Lincoln Tibbals Farr, Commerce, Mich. 

WiLLAM S. Harroun, Albion, Mich. 

Frank Hendricks, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Delos Phillips, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Stephen Powers, Waterford, O. 

George Sherman, New Hudson, Mich. 

Casper E. Yost, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

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M^m^ — 



HUDSON CHAPTER. 



Julian Harmon, M. D. A. a. 

Rev. William Sloanb Kennedy, a'N, 
Rev. Joseph Higlby Scott, F'A. 

Rev. Cornelius H. Taylor, A'0. 



Warren, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 
West Liberty, Iowa 
Altdn, ni. 




(gtjgMwn luttdr^d and (^ortj-sctjcn. 

Rev. Nathan L. Lord, M. D. H'K. Jaffna, Ceylon. 
John Manning, M. D. M.a. Youngstown, O. 

(KijgWwtt lundri[d and (^artg-eijght. 

Rev. Erastus Chester, Z'K. Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Tut. West. Res. Coll. 

HiLAND R. Hulburd"; A.Y. Sacramento, Cal. 

Matthew Canfield Read, A.2.K. Hudson, O. 

Joel Swain Sawyer, 2.K. Toledo, O. 

Stephen Buckingham Sturges, N.Y. Cleveland, O. 

Rev. Levi Bodly Wilson, H'2. Youngstown, O. 

•Tunis Van Houten Wilson, I.r. Plymouth, O. 



James W. Kerr, M. D. 
Samuel Loomis, 
Almon Sampson, 



m&t^A and (^crlg-nin^ 

A.n. Princeton, N. J. 
T.K. Giinnell, Iowa. 
H'Z. Zanesville, O. 



(Bishtwtt lundri[d and ^iftg* 



Nathan Barrows, M. D. 

Horace Benton, 

Leavitt Field Bissell, 

Rev. William Dbmpsey, 

Lorenzo Gates, 

Tut. West. Res. Coll. 




12 



F'0. New York City. 

H'P. Cleveland, O. 

I.X. Buffalo, N. Y. 

A.B. Middlebury, O. ' 

O.A. Burr Oak, Mich. 




^m»^^ — 

100 



--^*'%9m: 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Barton Walker Chase, M. D. N.Z. Springfield, Vt. 

♦Rev. Lyman Cutler, 

John Clark Dore, 

Broughton Davis Harris, 
Sec. Utah Territory. 

Rev. Hiram Houston, 

Luther Johnson, M. D. 

Benjamin Frankijn Moses, 

John Paul, 

Prof. Math, in Masonic In- 
stitute, Ala. 

Rev. Artemas Wyman Sawyer, H'n. 

Stephen Gale Taylor, 

George Tenney, E'n. Lisbon, N. H. 

♦George R. Underhill, LL.B. E.0. Pensacola, Fla. 



A. P. 


Pepperell, Mass. 


N.2. 


Chicago, m. 


r.Y. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


P.N. 


Ac worth, N. H. 


T.2. 


Bradford, Mass. 


A'A. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


A'Z. 


Chelsea, Vt. 


H'n. 


Lawrence, Mass. 


E'E. 


Boston, Mass. 



(Stjghteen lundri[d and ^foHg-njght. 


Austin Adams, 


ZI. 


Dubuque, Iowa. 


Isaac Lewis Clarke, 


1.2. 


Waukegan, 111. 


Ranslure Weld Clarke, 


E.r. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


♦William Strong Coggswell, 


A.A. 


Gilmanton, N. H. 


Benjamin Willey Dean, 


E.A. 


Grafton, Vt. 


Oliver Miller, 


LO. 


Annapolis, Md. 


Rev. Charles F. Mussey, 


H'X. 


Westfield, N. Y. 


Pliny H. White, 


n.r. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


Edwin Ruthwen Wiggin, 


N.n. 


Saco, Me. 



(Btghtwtt lttttdri[(t and (^iftg. 

Robert William Carr, E'y. Hebron, Me, 

Charles Henry Chapin, P.A. Rutherfordton, N. C. 

De Witt Clinton Cram, a.T. Dubuque, Iowa. 



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DARTMOUTH CHAPTER. 



*David Clark Hill, 
♦WiLLLAM H. H. Richardson, 
William Fjellows Swain, 

(Sljghteen '§mAx^& and 

Francis Erasmus Clares, 

William Cutting Grant, 

Charles Hitchcock, 

Gilbert Edwin Hood, 

Nathan Lord, Jr. 

Daniel Putnam, 

Prof. Acad, and Theol. Inst. 

Elihu Thayer Quimby, 

Prin. Appleton Academy. 

Edward Ashton Rollins, 

Jonathan Ross, 

Daniel Lewis Shorey, 

Charles Wesley Willa^d, 
Secretary of State, Vt. 



A.A. 


Farmington, N. H. 


H'A. 


Corinth, Vt. 


A.2. 


Columbia, Texas. 


and 


4ift5-0ttC. 


LA. 


Waukegan, 111. 


Lr. 


Chicago, 111. 


A'E. 


Qhicago, Dl. 


A.0. 


Thetford, Vt. 


T.X. 


Lawrenceburg, Lid. 


T.P. 


Fairfax, Vt. 




T.B. New Ipswich, N". H. 



A.2. 
O.Y. 

E.r. 
p.n. 



Great Palls, N. H. 
St. Johnsburg, Vt. 
Boston, Mass. 
Montpelier, Vt. 



Lorenzo Fairbanks, N.T. Dubuque, Iowa. 

Rev. George W. Gardner, 
Prin. Lit. and Sci. Inst. 

♦Osgood Johnson, 



O.S. New London, N. H. 



John Johnson Ladd, 
James F. Mowe, 
♦Daniel Henry Ordway, 
James Whitman, 



A.2. Worcester, Mass. 

N.2. Providence, R. I. 

O.0. Charleston, S. C. 

A.E. Hampstead, N. H. 

A'n. New York City. 



Alpheus B. Crosby, M. D. a'T. Hanover, N. H. 

Dem. of Anat., N. H. Med. 
Inst. 






ALPHA DELTA PHI. 






Jonathan B. Fabnsworth, 
William Wallace Howabd, 
John Kendall, 
Nathan Jackson Morrison, 
Isaac Augustus Parker, 
Henry Marty^^ Perrin, 
John Seth Washburn, 
John Fletcher Wight, 

John Winslow Allard, 
Charles Cavbrno, 
Edwin Azro. Charlton, 
George Anthony Collamore, 
Daniel Hall, 

William Augustus Herrick, 
Edwin Nathaniel Mathes, 
Jedediah Harris Reed, 
*JoHN Adams Smith, 
Horatio Nelson Twombly, 
Horace Bliss Woodworth, 

(Etjghteen Ittndr^d and 

Samuel Robebt Bond, 
Edwabd Henby Chase, 
William Dexteb Dow, 
RicHEBAND Howe, 
William Spencee Ladd, 
•Samuel Shebbubne Mabston, H'r. 
Sylvesteb Slack Pbeston, 
Fbanklin Mabvin Robinson, 
Jacob Edwin Taylob, 



0.0. 


Washington, D. C. 


A'l. 


Woodstock, Vt. 


r'2. 


Washington, D. C. 


z'o. 


Oberlin, 0. 


F'E. 


South Woodstock, Vt. 


E'n. 


Terre Haute, HI. 


O.M. 


New York City. 


T.Y. 


Shelby Co., Ky. 


and 


<0}fili'fonr. 


i.n. 


Dover, N. H. 


E.A. 


Milwaukie, Wis. 


1.2. 


Lockport, N. T, 


A.0. 


Hanover C. H., Va. 


E.2. 


Dover, N. H. 


E'E. 


Boston, Mass. 


A.M. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


E.T. 


Baltimore, Md. 


M.*. 


Thetford, Vt. 


p.r. 


Racine, Wis. 


A'n. 


Andover, Mass. 


and 


Sfiltpt. 


M.f2. 


Nashville, Tenn. 


F'A. 


Haverhill, Mass. 


M.X. 


So. Reading, Vt. 


hS. 


Shelburne, N. H. 


A'2. 


So. Danvers, Mass. 


H'r. 


Ossipee Centre, N, H. 


B'0. 


So. Stafford, Vt. 


K.Y. 


Dubuque, Iowa. 


A'A. 


Woodstock, Vt. 



DARTMOUTH CHAPTER. 



(BijgWwtt lundr^d and 

George Washington Bartlett, r.X. 

Ambrose Wayland Clarke, M.n. 

• 

Abraham Burbank Coffin, F'n. 

Sullivan M. Cutcheon, I.A. 

John. Calvin Cutler,. O.E. 

Mark Davis, Z'X. 

AzRO Dyer, P.2. 

Leonard Zenas Ferris, Z.S. 

William Eddy Fuller, A'r. 

John Cutler Gage, T.B. 

Lyman Gillett Hinckley, M.O. 

Joseph W. Howe, II .a. 

Arthur Alwyn Putnam, A.n. 
Charles Woodbury Thrasher, P.Y. 



Deerfield, Mass. 
Concord, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Townsend, Mass. 
Ramsey, Ky. 
Webster, N. Y. 
Reading, Vt. 
Pelham, N. H. 
Windsor, Vt. 
"Newark, N. J. 
So. Danvers, Mass. 
Newark, N. J. 




John H. Clarke, 
John Atwood Follette, 
Henry Anthony Goodhue, 
John Cushman Hale, 
Moses Kittrjjdge Hazelton, 
George Edward Horne, 
Ivory W. R. Marsh, 
Edward Follansbee Noyes, 
Ezra Knight Parker, 
James Bailey Richardson, 
Warren Elias Richmond, 
William Burnet Wright, 



and (^iftg-srocn* 

0.0. Amherst, N. H. 

T.A. East Kingston, N. H. 

N.X. Westminster, Vt. 

E'Z. 

E'H. 

Z'2. 

1.2. 

A.T. 

E.A. 

I.A. 




Cleveland, O. 

» 

Exeter, N. H. 

Dover, N". H. 

Simonsville, Vt. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Coventry, R. L 

Boston, Mass. 
N.n. Chicago, 111. 
A.r. Cincinnati, O. 



(Kightwn lundr^d and ^iftg-Mjght. 

Harrison Everett Chadwick, A.Y. New Orleans, La. 





D. Bethune Duffield, E.0. 

♦Jambs A. Duncan, a, A' 

Jacob Houghton, Jr. Z'P. 

Wells R. Marsh, M. D. E.2. 
Prof. Chemistry, and Phann. 
Iowa Univ. 

Rev. Edward Tknney, H'©. 



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alpha 1>elta phi. 



Detroit, Mich. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Keokuk, Iowa. 



Dexter, Mich. 



Edmund Andrews, M. D. A.I. Chicago, III. 

Prof. Surg. Lind. Univ. 

Park S. Donelson, D. D. 
Pres. Wesl. Fem. Inst. 

William G. Goodwin, 

John B. Hutchins, 

HosMEB A. Johnson, M. D, 

Prof. Physiology, Lind. Univ. 

Rev. Calvin S. Kingsley, a's. Portland, Oregon. 

Dwight Mat, E'O' Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Rev. Elijah H. Pilcher, M. D. I.X. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Rev. George P. Tindall, n.2. Indianapolis, Ind. 



P.r. Delaware, O. 

I.A. Union City, Mich. 

O.n. Adrian, Mich. 

A. A. Chicago, HI. 



(BijgW«tt Ittttfir^d antl ^if^g- 



Lewis R. Pisk, E.2. Lansing, Mich. 

Prof. Chem. Mich. State Agr. 
School. 

•James W* Tindall, F'0. Tecumseh, Mich. 



(BijgWectt lutMlri[d and ^ifrfliw* 

Joseph Webb Bancroft, Z'A. Jonesville, Mich. 

Chauncey Marvin Cady, H'T' Chicago, 111. 

Prof. 111. State Normal Univ. 



-m*^^ — 




ye*- -SIC 

* ■ - '■■•* 





., N.H. 




.id, R. I. 




^ ich, Vt. 




. i^tg-ttco. 




HopkintoD, N. H. 


. 11. 


Jaffrey, N. H. 


A.M. 


Tully, N. Y. 


A.0. 


Toledo, 0. 


P.T. 


Hanover, N. H. 


T.A. 


Loudon Centre, N. H 


E.r. 


Bamet, Vt. 


A.A. 


Orfordville, N. H. 


E'Z. 


East Concord, N. H. 


E'n. 


Chariestown, Va. 


B.X. 


Hardwick, Vt. 



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106 



ALPHA DEL'TA PHI. 







y j nr v <i'»^- 



^m»^ — 



sJUUt 



PENIN8ULAB CHAFTER. 



John Graves, LL.B. 

John Hobnek, LL.B. 

W. H. LmxEJOHN, 

Chables Rollin Milleb, 

kobebt s. moobe, 

William B. Qihmby, 

James W. Stabk, 

Edwabd C. Walkeb, 

FrrcH Reed Williams, 
Instructor Mich. Univ. 

•(Kijghtectt gundr^d 

James Richabdson Caby, 

Thomas McIntybe Cooley, 
Prof. Law, Mich. Univ. 

Chables Bibd Hankinson, 

Rodney J. Hathaway, 

Solomon Claibobne Mabtin, 

Edwabd Walkeb McGbaw, 

Theodobb Andbews McGbaw, 

E. A. Otis, 

Obbin Pabsons, 

Chables Ibish Walkeb, 
Prof. Law Mich. Univ. 

Albebt Hamilton Wilkinson, 



and 4iftg-«jghi 

H'Y. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

A'2. Coloma, Cal. 

T.*. Allegan, Mich. 

B'n. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

P.0. La Porte, Ind. 

LB. Detroit, Mich. 

T.L New York City. 

Z'*. Detroit, Mich. 

A'T. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

• 

and (^iftg-ninc. 

LZ. Des Moines, la. 
B'N. Ann Arbor, Mich. 




2.T. 


Grovesend, C. W. 


P.A. 


Bedford, 0. 


a'x. 


Claiborne Co., Miss. 


P.2. 


Detroit, Mich. 


B'r. 


Europe. 


1.0. 


Kalamazoo, Mich. 


A.n. 


Saline, Mich. 


B'Y. 


Detroit, Mich, 



P.*. Ann Arbor, Mich. 




Stuabt Cabkeneb, 
Silas Weight Dunning, 
Geobge Henby Goulp, 
Sullivan Dexteb Gbeen, 
Allen Howabd Zachabias, 



undr^d and JJixtg* 

T.X. Montgomery, Mo. 

1.2. Aurora, 111. 

O.A. Henderson, Texas. 

a'P. Detroit, Mich. 

N.I. Monroe, Mich. 



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98 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



—^^-^^•MM 



William Henry Barnum, 
Goodwin Stoddard Beaver, 
Benjamin Franklin Blair, 
Byron M. Cutcheon, 
Charles Halbert Denison, 
Edward Seymour Jackson, 
Henry Bishop Landon, 
Henry Dwight Merrill, 
Erasmus Darwin Nichols, 
HoYT Pos:^, 
James Alexis Post, 
Charles Henry Stocking, 
Henry Munson TJtley, 

RiENzi Hiram Baker, 
Charles Chandler, Jr. 
Edward Gavion Clarke, 
Edward Allen Fay, 
James Henry Goodsell, 
Charles Morse Hunt, 
David Brainard Sturges, 
Edwin Fuller TJhl, 

Lincoln Tibbals Farr, Commerce, Mich. 

WiLLAM S. Harroun, AlbioD, Mich. 

Frank Hendricks, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Delos Phillips, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Stephen Powers, Waterford, O. 

George Sherman, New Hudson, Mich. 

Casper E. Yost, Ypsilanti, Mich. 



and 


Jli3rfg-on«* 


hA. 


Belleville, LI. 


r'B. 


Albion, Mich. 


B.X. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


P.0. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


2.N. 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


A.0. 


Harford, Pa. 


E'*. 


Monroe, Mich. 


LA. 


Tjane, Dl. 


p.n. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


A'Y. 


Detroit, Mich. 


A.A. 


Detroit, Mi^h. 


B'X. 


Tecumseh, Mich. 


M.*. 


Northville, Mich, 


and 


JJtXlg-tUJ0» 




Adrian, Mich. 




Clinton, Mich. 


A.A. 


Monroe, Mich. 


F'A. 


Flint, Mich. 


1.?. 


Pontiac, Mich. 


P.X. 


Meridian, N. Y. 


A.0. 


Saginaw, Mich, 


A.n. 


Ypsilanti, Mich, 





ROCHESTER CHAPTER. 



•h 



> 



f 




OSOAB FOLSOK, 

John H. CboFFiTH, 
Francis Allbk Macombsr, 
Arthur Barker Rathbun, 



P.2, Folsomdale, N. Y 

I.n. Romulus, N. Y. 

E'A. Alabama, N. Y. 

F'n. Oakfield, N. Y. 




<Stjght»n lunirittt an^ Jiftxtg. 



Franb:Ii1K Christopher Derr, 
EzEKiEL Wilson Mundt, 
Joseph Augustus Peters, 
Adoniram Judson Sage, 
Theodore Warren Sheppard, 
Charles Edward Smith, 



Milton Bookstaver Coiifort, 
Oliver BeiselL Leonard, 
Robert Mackwood, 
Truman Mason, 
Walter Burrit Moore, 
Otis Hall Robinson, 
Augustus Chesterman Shaw, 



A.B. 


Morestown, Pa. 


K.2. 


Metuchen, N. J« 


£.0. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


A.A. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


E.2. 


Camden, N. J. 


H'E. 


FaU River, Mass. 


and ^ixtg-finc* 


I.X. 


New York City. 


P.2. 


Plainfield, N. J. 


T.2. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


M.H. 


Greenwich, N. Y. 


T.n. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


O.A. 


Newark, N. J. 


A.0« 


Rochester, N. Y. 



(KijgWcjn itttwtntd and |lixtg-lttf«. 



George Albert Allin, 
John Hurrell Brooking, 
Elias Henry Johnson, 
WiLLLiM James Leonard, 
Edwin Henry Pancost, 
John Henry West, 



P.Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

N.A. Dundas, C. W. 

N.0. Troy, N. Y. 

a'T. Plainfield, N. J. 

Lr. Mesopotamia, 0< 

N.n. Williamsburg, N. Y. 



H&m^ 




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110 



ALPHA DELTA FBI. 




(Kijghtwtt Ittttttr^d and ^«lg-thw. 

MoRKAtr Stephen Cbosby, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wesley Ceouch, "Wyoming, N. Y. 

Edwabd Heney Pieece, Troy, N. T. 

John Fobes Tbyon, Peoria, N. Y. 



'i^ii y? Af.r.rr.mi 




i(te«-~- 



DARTMOUTH CHAPTER. 




♦David Clark Hill, A. A. Farmington, N. H. 

♦William H. H. Richardson, H'a. Corinth, Vt. 
William Fellows Swain, A.2. Columbia, Texas. 



(SljghtMtt luttdr^d mi 

Francis Erasmus Clarkb, LA. 

William Cuttinq Grant, I.r. 

Charles Hitchcock, A'e. 

Gilbert Edwin Hood, A.0. 

Nathan Lord, Jr. T.X. 

Daniel Putnam, T.P. 
Prof. Acad, and Theol. Inst. 

Elihu Thayer Quimby, 

Prin. Appleton Academy. 

Edward Ashton Rollins, ^^.2. 

Jonathan Ross, O.Y. 

Daniei. Lewis Shorey, E.r. 

Charles Wesley Willa^d, F.Cl, 
Secretary of Slate, Vt. 



Waukegan, HI. 
Chicago, HI. 
Chicago, HI. 
Thetford, Vt. 
Lawrenceburg, Ind. 
Fairfax, Vt. 



T.B. New Ipswich, N. H. 



Great Falls, N". H. 
St. Johnsburg, Vt. 
Boston, Mass. 
Montpelier, Vt. 



(8ijgMc«n lun^ri[(l and ^iftg-tttjc. 

Lorenzo Fairbanks, N.T. Dubuque, Iowa. 



Rev. George W. Gardner, 
Prin. Lit. and Sci. Inst. 

*OsGooD Johnson, 

John Johnson Ladd, 

James F. Mowe, 

♦Daniel Henry Ordway, 

James Whitman, 



O.2. New London, N. H. 

A.2. Worcester, Mass. 

N.2. Providence, R. I. 

O.0. Charleston, S. C. 

A.E. Hampstead, N. H. 

A'n. New York City. 



(BijgWccn luttitn[d and (^iftg-thr/c* 

Alpheus B. Crosby, M. D. a'T. Hanover, N. H. 

Dem. of Anat., N. H. Med. 
Inst. 





ALPHA DELTA PHI 



i Jonathan B. Fabnsworth, 
] William Wallace Howabd, 
John Kendall, 
Nathan Jackson Mobbison, 
Isaac Augustus Pabkeb, 
Henby Mabty^ Pebbin, 
John Seth Washbubn, 
John Fletcheb Wight, 

John Winslow Allabd, 
Chables Caveeno, 
Edwin Azbo. Chablton, 
Geobge Anthony Collamobe, 
I)aniel Hall, 

William Augustus Hebbick, 
Edwin Nathaniel Mathes, 
Jedediah Habbis Reed, 
*JoHN Adams Smith, 
HoBATio Nelson Twombly, 
HoBA(JE Bliss Woodwobth, 



— — stai^ 



O.0. Washington, D. C. 

A'l. Woodstock, Vt. 

T'l. Washington, D. C. 

Z'O. Oberlin, O. 

F'E. South Woodstock, Vt. 

E'n. Terre Haute, 111. 

O.M. New York City. 

T.Y. Shelby Co., Ky. 

and 4iftg-|our^ 

I.n. Dover, N. H. 

E.A. Milwaukie, Wis. 

1.2. Lockport, N. T, 

A.0. Hanover C. H., Va. 

E.2. Dover, N. H. 

E'E. Boston, Mass. 

A.M. Portsmouth, N. H. 

E.T, Baltimore, Md. 

M.*. Thetford, Vt. 

P.r. Racine, Wis. 

A'n. Andover, Mass. 



Samuel Robebt Bond, 
Edwabd Henby Chase, 
William Dexteb Dow, 
RiCHEBAND Howe, 
William Spencee Ladd, 
•Samuel Shebbubne Mabston, H'r. 
Sylvestbb Slack Pbeston, B'0. 

Fbanklin Mabvin Robinson, K.Y. 
Jacob Edwin Tayloe, A'A. 



M.n. 
F'A. 

m.x. 

I.H. 



Nashville, Tenn. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
So. Reading, Vt. 
Shelbume, N. H. 
So. Danvers, Mass. 
Ossipee Centre, N. 
So. Stafford, Vt. 
Dubuque, Iowa, 
Woodstock, Vt. 




DARTMOUTH CHAPTER. 



(Stjgttt^tt lundr^d and 

George Washington Bartlett, r.X. 

Ambrose Wayland Clarke, M.n. 

• 

Abraham Burbank Coffin, F'II. 

Sullivan M. Cutcheon, I.A. 

John. Calvin Cutler,- O.E. 

Mark Davis, Z'X. 

AzRO Dyer, P.2. 

Leonard Zenas Ferris, Z.2. 

William Eddy Fuller, A'r. 

John Cutler Gage, T.B. 

Lyman Gillett Hinckley, M.O. 

Joseph W. Howe, n.A. 

Arthur Alwyn Putnam, A. II. 
Charles Woodbury Thrasher, P.Y. 



Deerfield, Mass. 
Concord, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Townsend, Mass. 
Ramsey, Ky. 
Webster, N. Y. 
Reading, Vt. 
Pelham, N. H. 
Windsor, Vt. 
TSTewark, N. J. 
So. Danvers, Mass. 
Newark, N. J. 




(Bijghtectt lundr^d 

John H. Clarke, 
John Atwood Follette, 
Henry Anthony Goodhue, 
John Cushman Hale, 
Moses Kittrjjdge Hazelton, 
George Edward Horne, 
Ivory W. R. Marsh, 
Edward Follansbee Noyes, 
Ezra Knight Parker, 
James Bailey Richardson, 
Warren Elias Richmond, 
William Burnet Wright, 




and 4i|[lg-scwtt* 

0.0. Amherst, N". H. 

T.A. East Kingston, N. H. 

N.X. Westminster, Vt. 

E'Z. Cleveland, O. 

E'S. Exeter, N. H. 

Z'l. Dover, N. H. 

1.2. . Simonsville, Vt. 

A.T. Cincinnati, O. 

E.^. Coventry, R. I. 

I.A. Boston, Mass. 

N.n. Chicago, 111. 

A.r. Cincinnati, O, 



(Bightwn lundr^d and ^iftg-ciflht. 

Harrison Everett Chadwick, A.Y. New Orleans, La 




104 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



JoHx Theodore Clarke, 
Alfred Brooks Dascomb, 
George Washington Emery, 
Walter Gibson, 
Samuel Mills Gleasov, 

WiLLARD SpAULDING HeATH, 

Henry Elijah Hutchinson, 
William F. D. Kimball, 
Frank Howard Shorey, 
Charles Oliver Thompson, 

Fisher Ames Baker, 
Isaac Newton Carleton, 
Charles Whiting Carroll, 
Phineas Sanborn Conner, 
Edward Cowles, 
Scott French, 
Alfred Payson Gage, 
Charles Hosford, 
Charles Dummer Moody, 
William Niles, 
Samuel Aiken Noyes, 
Edwin Rush Ruggles, 
James Augustus Sanderson, 




E.B. 


Pittsfield, N. H. 


H'P. 


Westminister, Vt. 


F'n. 


Boston, Mfws. 


T.A. 


Francestown, N. H. 


E.O. 


Union Village, Vt. 


P.E. 


Groton, N". H. 


E'Z. 


Montgomery, Ala. 


i.n; 


Hanover, N". H. 


A.Y. 


Dedham, Mass. 


0.2. 


East Windsor Hill, Ct. 


and( 


^ifl5-nin^ 


E.T. 


Dedham, Mass, 


i.n. 


Andover, Mass. 


A.B. 


Dedham, Mass. 


A.2. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


z'n. 


Ryegate, Vt. 


B'0. 


Pittsfield, N. H. 


P.N. 


WestBrook, N. C. ' 


H'P. 


Andover, Mass. 


A.X. 


Lowell, Mass. 


1.2. 


La Porte, Tnd. 


MfT. 


Hanover, K. H. 


A.B. 


Norwich, Vt. 


A'n. 


Pittsfield^ N. H. 



Cecil Franklin P. Bancroft, r'2. New Ipswich, N. H. 

David Augustus Caldwell, 1.0. Byfield, Mass. 

[ Daniel Henry Caverno, A.A. Lockport, N. T. 

^•, Frederic Chase, l.n. Hanover, N. H. 

^ John William Hayes, 1.2. North Berwick, Me. 





•t^ * * 



BARTM0I7TH CHAPTER. 



105 



Lyman Baetlett How, Z'X. 

Fred. Van Houtbn Hudson, E.A. 

RAiiPH Izard Middleton, Jr. A.Y. 

JoAB Nelson Patterson, N.0. 

Luther Burr Pearsall, T.n. 

Edward Savage, A)^ijJL H'a. 

WiixiAM Augustus Thompson, A'I. 

Earl Webster Westgate, 2.0. 

Charles Wheeler, A'X. 

George Wilcox, P.A. 



New Bedford, Mass. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Contoocookville, N. H. 
Hooper's Valley, N". Y. 
Hanover, N. H. 
East Windsor Hill, Ct. 
Plainfield, N. H. 

Orford, N. H. 
Orford, N. H. 



I 



(RiflWwtt ittn(ln[il and ^«tg-0nc* 



William Wallace Dow, 
George Le Roy Gleason, 
Nathaniel Tenney Kimball, 
Henry Kingsbury Moore, 
John Palmer Olney, 
Edwin Phelps, 



1.0. Portsmouth, N. H. 

r.H. Warren, N. H. 

E'A. Bradford, Mass. 

N.X. Concord, N. H. 

O.n. Wickford, R. L 

r'Y. Norwich, Vt. 



James Franklin Allen, 
William Frederic Bailey,' 
David Emery Boutelle, 
Amos Waters Crane, 
Grosvenor Silliman Hubbard, 
Arthur Sewall Lake, 
Benjamin McLeran, 
Charles Myron Palmer, 
Alvah Kimball Potter, 
John Jay Sanborn, 

John Sanborn Stevens, 

14 




and J5wtg-ttD0. 

A'X. Hopkinton, N. H. 

E'B. Jaffrey, N. H. 

A.M. Tally, N. Y. 

A.0. Toledo, O. 

P.Y. Hanover, N. H. 

T.A. Loudon Centre, N. H. 

E.r. Barnet, Vt. 

A.A. Orfordville, N. H. 

E'Z. East Concord, N. H. 

E'n. Chariestown, Va. 

B.X. Hardwick, Vt. 



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106 



ALPHA DEL'TA PHI. 




;«^»8^ 



»%u. 



vM-'St^i 





ROCHESTER CHAPT 



■♦•«- 



Rev. Chables Kbyseb, 



K.0. Providence, R. I. 



(BiQUttn luttdr4d and ^tftg-one. 

Geoege Byron Bband, E'r. Rochester, N. T. 

Rev. Andbew L. Fbeemak, H'A. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Rev. William Dunlap Hedden, A.T. Orange, N. J. 

Jambs Edmokps Spenceb, M.r2. Rochester, N. Y. 



(KijgWetn lunir^it antl ^fiftg-tajs: 



Stephen H. Carpenter, 
Rev. George S. Chacb, 
Jakes M. Savage, 
Rev. James V. Scopield, 
Rev. John Byington Smith, 
Simeon Perry Webster, 



Fx. Madison, Wis. 

r.B* Warren, R. I. 

A.Y. Moultrie, Ga. 

A'0. Quincy, Di. 

N.A. FayetteviUe, N". T, 

2.2. Independence, Iowa. 



dtjjhtwtt iunir^il and ^iftg-tbrc^ 

James Wallace Christopher, 2.N. New York City. 
Rev. Edgar J. Goodspeed, a.Q, Janesville, Wis. 

Edwin Oren Sage, a.A. Rochester, N. Y. 

$ijOltt»n lnndr^(t ani <^i|ftg-|0itn 

Joseph Mead Bailey, II.P. Freeport, 111. 





^^^^^9^. 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Robert Hughes Fenn, 

Norman Bobinson, 
Prof. Bethel Coll. 

Henry Loyd Snowdon, 

Henry Strong, 



Z'2. Rochester, U. T. 

P.2. Russellville, Ky. 

A.n. La Belle Riviere, C. E. 

£.2. Keokuk, Iowa. 



♦Milton Adams Brown, a.a. Palmyra, N. T. 

William Thomas Fagan, • A'E. Rome, N. Y. 

M ANTON Malonb Marele, * N.O. New York City. 
Editor of The World. 



Sylvenus Adon Ellis, 


2.0. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


Leonard Ferris, 


H'B. 


Ogden, N. Y. 


Edmund Lewis Joy, 


N.A' 


Newark, N. J. 


♦William Ludernay Merriss, 


A.0. 


Homer, N. Y. 


♦William Henry Moore, 


E'n. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


Henry Walworth Smith, 


A'r. 


New York City. 



(&iQhUm luttdr^d and ^ifts-setrnt* 

IsAAO EsLuoK Sheldon, A.T' New York City. 

(KiflWwn luttdr^tl anit ^^Ps^eifiW. 

I.O. Rochester, N. Y. 

H'r Rochester, N. Y. 

A.2. Urbana, 111. 

M.n. St. Louis, Mo. 



WiLLARD Abbot, 
Cephas Bennet Crake, 
William Osborn Stoddard, 
Myron Hopkins Strong, 



%Wwtt functr^d anil c^ifts-iiiw. 

» 

,^ JoHK C. C.CI.ABKE, A'2. Brooklyn, N. Y. 




ROOHESTER CHAPTER. 



109 



oscab folsom, 
John H. GUiiffith, 
Francis Allen Macombeb, 
Arthur Barker Rathbun, 



P.2, Folsomdale, N. Y, 

I.fi. Romulus, N. T. 

E'A. Alabama, N, Y. 

F'n. Oakfield, K. Y. 



(Stjghteen lundr^tt an(t i^lxtg. 



7^ 



r 



Franklin Christopher Dbrr, 
Ezekiel Wilson Mundy, 
Joseph Auqustxts Peters, 
Adoniram Judsok Sage, 
Theodore Warren Sheppard, 
Charles Edward Smith, 



Milton Bookstaver Comfort, 
Oliver Beisell Leonard, 
Robert Mackwood, 
Truman Mason, 
Walter Burrit Moore, 
Otis Hall Robinson, 
Augustus Chesterman Shaw, 



A.B. 


Morestown, Pa. 


K.2. 


Metuchen, N. J. 


E.0. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


A.A. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


E.2. 


Camden, N. J. 


H'E. 


Fall River, Mass. 


anil ^iniU'Ont 


I.X. 


New York City. 


P.2. 


Plainfield, N. J. 


T.2. 


Rochester, If . Y. 


M.H. 


Greenwich, N. Y. 


T.n. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


O.A. 


Newark, N. J. 


A.0« 


Rochester, N. Y. 



(KiflWcftt iundritil and S^ixitt-im. 



George Albert Allin, 
John Hurrell Brockino, 
Elias Henrt Johnson, 
William James Leonarb, 
Edwin Henrt Pancost, 
John Henrt West, 



P.Y. 

N.A. 
N.0. 

a't. 
Lr. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Dundas, C. W. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Plainfield, N. J. 
Mesopotamia, 0« 



N.n. Williamsburg, N. Y 



>di^*ArI^M^M^^^ 




110 



ALPHA SBLTA PHI. 




(BtQhUin lunttr^d and ^Ixtg-tltm. 

MoBEAU Stephen Cbosby, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wesley Cbouch, Wyoming, N. Y. 

Edwabd Henby Piebce, Troy, N. T. 

John Fobes Tbyon, Peoria, N. Y. 






•». " -JB 



■•»,-^5»r^— ir-^* ,^ ri*'^**%g»ii*t^»"%tfi*»» w. af 




^•^•«— 



— **-8«fi«^ 



AlAeAiA CHAPTER 



• 



-•^<- 



Thomas F. Bugbee, o*r. Montgomery, Ala, 

Rev. George F. Cushmaij^, E.a. Cahawba, Ala. 

William T. Gates, M.B. Chickasaw, Miss. 

JoHK S. Mebriweather, M. D. O.A. Eutaw, Ala. 



(KiJjhtwtt gtttttlr^d and ^iftg-tnrj. 

*J. H. HoBABT Glasssll, O.A. Livingston, Ala. 



ROBEBT HeBNDON, 

John R. McDow, 
♦RoscoB Peck, 
E. A. Phabb, 
William A. Wynne, 



P.B. Greene Co., Ala. 
O.T'K. Gainsville, Ala. 
P.0. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
A'2. Wilcox Co., Ala. 
E'r. Greene Co., Ala. 



William S. Chapman, 
Thomas G. Chilton, 
James A. O. Clopton, 
William A. Gunteb, 
Jacob H. Sharp, 

John W. Bishop, 




lundr^tl and ^iftg-thwe, 

A'E. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

T.T. Tuskegee, Ala. 

A'n. Tuskegee, Ala. 

I.n. Montgomery, Ala. 

2.Y. Pickens Co., Ala. 

iundr^il anil 4i|tg-f«ttn 

O.E. Talladega, Ala. 



^^^it^i 



112 



ALPHA DELTA PHI 



Taul Bradford, 
♦William T. Cochran, 
BuRRELL I. Curry, 
Lorenzo C. Fishkr, 
♦James M. Fitzpatrick, 
Walter E. Winn, 

Thomas J. Beard, 
William H, Benson, 
Joseph P. Clark, 
Rev. Richard H. Cobbs, 
Joseph Hardie, 
William J, Mims, 
♦Henry S. Peck, 
Daniel W. Woodruff, 



T.A. Talladega, Ala. 

A'n. Pickens Co., Ala. 

A .2. Perry Co., Ala. 

E.r. Lowndes Co., Ala. 

I.II. Autauga Co., Ala. 

E.T. Marengo Co., Ala. 

undr^tt and <^lftg-^v^ 

2.M, Marengo Co., Ala. 

I.A. Montgomery, Ala. 

n.z. Eutaw, Ala. 

l.A. Montgomery, Ala* 

A'T. Talladega, Ala. 

1.2. Perry Co., Ala. 

A'n. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

E.Y. .Tuscaloosa, Ala. 




James C. Blakey, 
Charles J. Bryan, 
James D. Nott, 
Samuel W. Pegues, 
H. M. Someryille, LL.B. 
Henry J. Winn, M. D. 



unir^i anil 4iftg-ak 

M.r. Tuskegee, Ala. 
P.0. Tuskegee, Ala. 
A'H. MobDe, Ala. 
A.II. Dallas Co., Ala. 
E'n'K. Memphis, Tenn. 
E.2. Marengo Co., Ala. 



Jacob Bryant, H'n. Monroe Co., Ala. 

Samuel T. Carpenter, A.2. 

Cornelius M. Hutton, T.T. 

Henry J. Nott, P.a. 



William F. Withers, 



Eutaw, Ala. 
Clinton, Ala. 
Mobile, Ala. 



H'n. Mobile, Ala. 




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. 



ALABAMA CHAPTER. 



JiTKiiTS K. Battle, 
Reginald H. Dawson, 
J. R. Gbifpin, 
Benjamin Mocke, 
Samuel G. Spiva, 
John J. Steele, 
Joseph B. Thornton, 



113 



miv^i and c^iftg-cijglii 

T.r. Tuskegee, Ala. 

E.n. Cahawba, Ala. 

P.0. Salem, Ala. 

a'N. Benton, Ala. 

E.2. Wilcox Co., Ala. 

O.A. Benton, Ala. 

O.Z. Eufaula, Ala. 



? 



(Kijghtwn 

William P. Chilton, 
William J. Hogan, 
Frank S. Morrisett, 



luttdr^d and ^iftg-ninc* 

E'H. Tuskegee, x\la. 
1.2. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
P.0. Monroe Co., Ala. 




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WIlLIAiS CHAPTER. 



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OsoBGE Ellbbt Gierke, A.&. 

m 

Skth Movab Dunning, E.a. 
Rev. Samubl Bushnell Goodalk, E.K. 

James Kellogg Mills, 2.II. 

Rev. George Mooab, r.X. 

Rev. Charles Newman, 2.A. 

Jackson Temple, T.S, 

Samuel Williams, M.r. 



Falmouth, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
Rock Island, EI. 
Davenport, Iowa. 
Andover, Mass. 

Perth Amboy, N, J. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Utica, N. T. 



P.r. Jamestown, N. Y. -^ '^ *" 

I.T. Chicago, El. 

H'A. Williamstown, Mass. 



Rev. John S. Batchelder, A'A. Jaffrey, N. H. 

John Woodbridge Dickinson, E'0. Westfield, Mass. 

Rev. Henry M. Hazeltine, 

Hiram LaMotte Lewis, 

Arthur Latham Perry, 

Prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ. 
Will. Coll. 

Charles Perry, A. 2. Geneva, HI. 

Erastus Newton Bates, P.N. Minneapolis, Min. 

James Lawrence Clarke, A.B. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Theodore Adolphus Gardnei(, T.0. Astoria, N. Y. 




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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Charles Franklin Gilson, P.2. Williamstown, Mass. 

Prof. Mod. Lang., Will. Coll. ; 

Harvey William Milligan, I.E.K. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Augustus Walters, A.T. Freehold, N. J. 
Rev. Robert H. Williamson, H'n. New York City. 



George Lapham Ames, M. D. 
Rev. Charles Robinson Bliss, 
James R. Dewey, 
Rev. Henry Martyn Grout, 
Edward Payson Hudson, 
Rev. Abbott Eliot Kittredge, 
HoLLis Read Murdock, M. D. 



and cdfiflg-foun 

A.0. Manchester, Vt. 

B'A. Philadelphia, Pa. 

H'n. Springfield, Mass. 

H'X. Putney, Vt. 

n.O. Troy, N. Y. 

r'A. Charlestown, Mass. 

I.K. Stillwater, Minn. 



Phineas White Hitchcock, E.T.K. New Lebanon, N. Y. 



*Edward J. Hooker, M. 


D. 


A.2. 


South Hadley, Mass. 


Charles Jennison, 




A.E. 


Clarksburgh, N. J. 


Henry Erwin Miner, 




E'Z. 


Manchester, Vt. 


William A. Nettleton, 




A'B. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Cyrus A. Snow, 




2.A. 


Coleraine, Mass. 



Oliver K. Lapham, A.0. Danby, Vt. 

Robert Jay Mitchell, 
Rev. George B. Newcomb, 
William V. V. Rapalje, 
Charles Whittier, 



B.2. Hudson, N. Y. 

O.Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

I.n. Hamden, Conn. 

E.n. Haverhill, Mass. 



: 



(Bijjht«n lundr^d and (^i|tg-»cti«i. 

Valentine Burt Chamberlin, N.K. New Britain, Conn. 
George Dickinson Goodrich, P.II. East Windsor Hill, Ct. 



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WILLIAMS CHAPTER. 



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117 



William Greenough Harding, A.K. 

Elias Cornelius Hooker, E.A. 

Alexander Hutchins, H'A. 

Homer Be^is Stevens, H'n. 



Pittsfield, Mass. 
Fairhaven, Vt. 
New York City. 
Huntington, Mass. 



John Griffith Ames, 
George Henry Beckwith, 
Justin Dewey, Jr. 
Arthur Brown Graves, 
Benjamin Franklin Lee, 
Henry Munson Lyman,* 
Benjamin Franklin Parsons, 
William Tilden Pelton, 
Joseph Robie Putnam, 



and (^iftg-djglit. . 

O. A. East Dorset, Vt. 

r.n. Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

I.T. Gt. Barrington, Mass. 

F'0. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A.K. New York City. 

P.2. Hilo, Hawaiian Is. 

H'A. Goshen, Mass. 

A.n. New Lebanon, N. Y. 

P.Y. St. Anthony, Minn. 



Robert Hayes Antes, B.A. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

John Wells James, 
Horace Hills Morgan, 
Clark Esek King Royce, 
George McElwaine Wright, 



r'n. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
P.n'K. St. Louis, Mo. 
A;T. New Lebanon, N. Y 
E'T. Williamstown, Mass. 



(gijghtectt luttdr^d and J5«tg. 



Henry Taylor Antes, 
William Francis Dimmick, 
James Greenough, 
Edward Hooker, (^ \y\. 
Charles Weston Jenkins, 
Davis Wright Judd, 
Shirlock Andrews Newkirk, 
John Grant Otis, 

O. 



H'a. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

A'E. Falmouth, Mass. 

M.B. Westfield, Mass. 

O.X. Fairhaven, Vt. 
E.2.K. Falmouth, Mass. 

A.N. Flushing, N. Y. 

K.n. Oswego, N. Y. 

r.0. Danby, Vt. 






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ALPHA DELTA PHI 



Chauncey Goodrich, 
Benjamin Franklin Hastings, 
Edward Patson Nichols, 
George Anthony Sanders, 
James Farrar Stone, 
James Brainerd T. Tupper, 
Frank Porter Woodbury, 
Ebenezer Wright, 



and ^ixtg-(rn^ 

A.r. Hinsdale, Mass. 

B.A. Lenox, Mass. 

H'n. Haverhill, Mass. 

O.^. Williamstown, Mass 

F'2. Melrose, Mass. 

A.A. Hardwick, Mass. 

n.r. Jackson, Mich. 

E.K. Huntington, Mass. 




Y 



^Edwabd Dexteb Bbighah, A.B. Saugus, Mass. 



John Henry Denison, 


P.Y. 


Boston, Mass. 


Horace Benjamin Fitch, 


O.A. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


Benjamin Franklin Mather, 


A.X. 


Williamstown, Mass. 


George Franklin Mills, 


E.0. 


Williamstown, Mass. 


Frederick William Mitchell, 


A'Z. 


Hudson, N. T. 


Charles Pinckney H. Nason, 


A.0. 


Medford, Mass. 


(Bijghtwtt luttdr^i and ^Htj-ihrw* 


Edward Stanley Atwood, 


E.n. 


Nashua, N. H. 


Charles Hume Baldwin, 


E.A. 


Windsor, Mass. 


Henry DeWitt Joy. 


E.H. 


New 5^ork City. 


Joseph Sidney Mitchell, 


A'X. 


Nantucket, Mass. 


Alfred Otis Treat, 


A.0. 


Boston, Mass. 


Charles Russell Treat, 


E.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


• 

Theodore Hastings Ward, 


T.A. 


Bloomfield, N. H. 



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-ltaMMiMakaa*Mp*MaMiM«a»iMMMMM>B««^ka 







hHMnhH CHAPTER. 



I" * ■ ■» ■>■ 



Rodney Glkktwobth Kimball, r»0. Albany, N. Y. 
Prof. Math. State Nor. Sch'l. 



William Hbnkt Abel, 
Tut. N. Y. Free Acad.. 

SiMKOx Baldwin, Jr. 

Lewis Oondict Bayles, 
Tut. N. Y. Free Acad, 

-js Elihu Dwight Church, 

Luis Fernandez, M. D. 

Francis Asbury Mason, 

James Weir Mason, 

Rev. Henry Albertson Post, 

Dayton Wyooff Searle, 



and Si^^H'fvt 

H'A. New York City. 

O.n. Clinton, Iowa. 
A.E. New York City. 

E.0. New York City. 
E.A. New York City. 
P.Y. New York City. 
A.T.K.New York City. 
N.r. Warrensburgh, N. Y. 
Z'X. New York City. 



(Btflhtwtt lundntd and ^iftg-six. 

A.M. New York City. 



Charles Henry Pratt, 
Tut. N. Y. Free Acad. 

Rev. Franklin S. Risino, 
Tut. N. Y. Free Acad. 

Russell Sturgis, Jr. 

Tut. N. Y. Free Acad. 



H'A' New York City. 
S.I. Municli, Bavaria. 



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ifcM raitf imoahMJ rri i.rT ■nKgrai* «»fcJi*rM^gia^Mnao^i»h«>im ^u ait, mi mwjai^^M^ii^JMWfcfiate, 



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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



3 James Lymaic Van Btjrkn, 
EvKBETT P. Wheeler, LL.B. 



1 



^ 



t 



M.E. New York City. 
T.0. New York City. 



(EtJgttteen luttdr^d &n£ ^ifiti-Bmn. 



Clbvelakd Abbe, 


A.n. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


. Prof. Mich. State Ag. Coll. 






and Tut. tJniv. of Mich. 




. 


Skitu Bloomfield, 


2.B. 


New York City. 


David Green Fannikg, 


1.2. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Tut. N. T. Free Acad. ' 




1 


George Elias Hawes, 


P.Y. 


New York City. 


Charles Henry Kitohel, 


A'0. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


John Sinclair Roberts, 


O.A. 


New \:ork City. 


Adot.ph Werner, 


E.n. 


New York City. 


Tut. N. Y. Free Acad. 







(Kijghtwtt iundntd m& 4{|t5-ct5ht* 



♦Matthew James Blakely, 

William Kingsland Haixock, 

Alexander Phobnix Ketohum, 
Tut. N. Y. Free Acad. 

John Wesley Pullman, 

Walter Seabury Sands, LL.B. 

Henry King Sloan, 



M.B. New York City. 

a'u. New York City. 

A. 2. Harlem, N.Y. 

0.0. Easton, Pa. 

E.A. New York City. 

K.r. New York City. 



<Biight«n iun^qd m& ^ifii^-tiint 



John Perrin Appleton, 
Oscar Brown Ireland, 
Benjamin Ellis Martin, 



n.N. Williamsburg, N. Y. 
Z'l. New York City. 
a'b. New York City. 




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MANHATTAN CHAPTER. 



121 " 



< 3 James Alfred Skamak, A'A. New York City. 

L. Db FoBssr Woodbuff, a'I. New York City. 






y 



(Btjghteen §undr^i antt Jlixtg. 



Charles Leland Balch, 


A.T. 


New York City. 


Melatiah Everett Dwiqht, 


M.S. 


New York City. 


William Ellsworth, Jr. 


E.0. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Charles Clarence T. Keith, 


P.A. 


New York City. 


Charles McLean Knox, LL.B. 


B'n. 


New Yprk City. 


Frederick Robert, 


A.N. 


Patterson, N. J. 


Hknry Edwin Tremain, 


E'y. 


New York City. 


Henry Kirke White, 


E.2. 


New York City. 


Albert Young, 


A.X. 


Stamford, Conn. 


Edward Francis Young, 


A.r. 


New Vork City. 



(Kiigtitwn Ittttdr^d and ^ixtg-oitj. 



Joseph Benson Barnum, 


O.A. 


New York City. 


Edwin Frank Hyde, 


P.2:. 


New York City. 


William Cargill Kimball, 


I.M. 


New York City. 


Roland Greene MrrcHELL, 


o.n. 


New Y ork City. 


James Henry Pullman, 


E.0. 


New York City. 


Frederick Jaryis Slade, 


Z'B. 


New York City. 



(HiflMMtt luttdr^d and JJixtg-iujo. 



Charles Roberts, Jr. 
William Jambs Slauson, 
Albert Dodge Smith, 
James Mathews Tripps, 




A'r. New York City. 

A'A. New York City. 

A.n. New York City. 

2.x. Orange, N. J. 



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122 



AI.PHA DELTA PHI. 



— -^-s^aft^ 



Henry Ashtok Crosby, 
Hv John Elihu Dwight, 

Henry Walton Grinnell, 
y. Gilbert Livingston Morse, 

Charles Henry O'Connor, 

Edward Livingston Owen, 

Applbton Sturgis, 



(KifiWMn lunir^d and JJixtg-thm. 



P.H. 

A'Y. 
N.0. 

B.n. 

A.0. 

n.z. 




Kew York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 



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iiODlETOWN CHAPTER. 



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(Sijghtcen lundntd and <^ifiit^vt. 

Rev. John Emort Round, P.r. Jlifendon, Mftfis. / 






(Bijghteen §undr^(t mi (jftfts- 

Rev. Alexander D. McVoy, H.N. Mobile, Ala. 

Orville W. Powers, E.A. Appleton, Wis. 

Prof. Lawrence Univ. 

(Eighteen lundr^d mi (jfiftg-setrcm 

Charles W. Brooks, A'e. Evanston, HI. 

Rev. Solomon W. Chapin, F'A. Cliftondale, Mass. 

Tut. Wes. Univ. 

Oeorge Fisk Comport, O.T. Fort Plain, N. Y. 

Prof. Nat. Science, Ft. Plain 
Sem. 

Andrew Roe, O.n. Gouverneur, N. T. 

Prof. Math. Gouverneur Sem. 

J. Wheaton Smtth, I^'B. Warren, R. I. 



>/, 



(StjghtMtt l^mix\i mi Sf^ig't\%\A. 

Rev. Anson T. Copeland, H'n. Martinsburg, N. T. 

Joseph Whitcomb Ellis, Z'K. Middletowti, Conn. 

Thomas R. Ercanbrack, A.X. Broadalbin, N. Y. 




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124 



ALPHA BELTA PHI. 




Rev. James Garatt, P.Y. Plymouth, N. Y. 

Edward B. Munskll, M.©. Bloomington, 111. 

Prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. 
ni. Wes. Univ. 

William Romer, E'a. . White Plains, N. Y. 

Rev. Hiram Pliny Shepard, H'I'K. Belleville, C. W. 
Prof. Anc. Lang. Bell. Sem. 

Rev. Henry Taylor Staats, A'M. Princeton, N, J. 

George H. Tracy, P. A. Hartford, Conn. 

Rev. George Henry Whitney, I\T' Oneida, N. Y. 
Prm. Oneida Sem. 



(RiQWm Ittttdr^d and (dfifig-ttine. 

F'2. Stanstead, C. E. 



David Allison, 

Prin. Stanstead Sem. 

Robert Pagan Bucknam, 
Prin. East Maine Sem. 

Stephen B. Davis, 

Spencer R. Fuller, 

Wesley Curtis Ginn, 

^ Rev. Samuel Jackson, 

John Sanborn, 

Francis Asbury Smith, 

Watson Carvosso Squire, 
Prin. Moravia Inst. 

H. Sumner Tarbell, 

Prof. Nat. Sci. Bellv. Sem. 

Benjamin H. White, 



P.A. Bucksport, Me. 

T.2:. Middletown, Conn. 

n.N. South Hadley, Mass. 

E'n. Bristol, Conn. 

A. 2. Charlemont, N. Y. 

A'Y. Northfield, N. H. 

A.0. Plymouth, N. H. 

A'A. Moravia, N. Y. 

N.Y. . BelleviUe, C. W. 

A.A. Binghamton, N. Y. 



EiiiAs R. Carey, 
George Clarke, 
William FisK Comport, 



ittttdr^d and JJixtg* 

E.X. New Providence, N. J. 
A.B. New York City. 
M.A. Newburgh, N. Y. 




mm^ '■ 

^. MIDDLETOWN CHAPTER. 

I 



125 I 



Sylvanus G. Gale, 
Samuel Martin Stiles, 
Charles Nelson Stowers, 
Sylvester Emory Strong, 
John Gollican Williams, 



2.0. Galeville, N. T. 

A.2. Newark, N. J, 

N.A. Prospect, Me. 

Wl, Saratoga Spr'gs, N. Y. 

F'A. Utica, N. Y. 



(gtjghtwtt lunflr^i and ^ixtg-flnf* 



Alfred L. Allen, 
John Barnhart, 
GusTAvus Benson Chadwick, 
Wilbur Fisk Johnston, 
Aaron Rittenhouse, 
Frank Asbury Springer, 
Nathan W. Wilder, 



H'r. Walnut Grove, N. J. 

H'n. Marlbor6ugh, N. Y. 

T.B. South China, Me. 

Z'M. Middletown, Conn. 

T.A, Riegelsville, Pa. 

» 

P.A. Evanston, III. 

N.0. Granville, Mass. 



(Rijglitwtt itmdritfl an4 ^ixtg-tuj0. 



John Emory Andrews, 
Samuel S. Ethridge,* 
Henry Johnson, 
Enos Y. Landis, 
Charles Henry Lothrop, 
George Carr Round, 
Hiram C. Sexto n^ 



A'H. Delhi, N. Y. 

A.Y. Sandwich, N. H. 

E'A. Dartmouth, N. H. 

N.A. Allentown, Pa. 

H'n. Portland, Me. 

£'2. Windsor, N. Y. 

P.0. Middletown, Conn. 



(KiflhtJJtt ittttdnti and ^wtg-thwf. 



Howard Chandler Beale, 
H. Ward Bennett, 
Robert Carswell, 
'^ J AMES Augustus Church, 




O.r. Hudson, Me. 

B.0. Constableville, N. Y. 

A.P. Narham, C. W. 

A'0. Orrington, Me. 



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126 ALPHA DELTA 


PHI. 


0. H. Fernald, 


A.A. 


Tremont, Me. 


Chables Thubstok Johnson, 


A'X. 


Nahant, Mass. 


James Robinson Moobe, 


A.Z. 


Stockholm, N. Y. 


Joseph Pullman, 


o.n. 


New York City. 


J. £. Smith, 


A'X. 


East Burke, Vt. 


Joseph Lybbant Topham, 


n.r. 


Wilmington, Del. 




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KBNYON CHAPTER. 



-•♦*■ 



Rev. RicHABD Leo Ganteb, r'n. 

John Mills Kekdbick, N.0. 

Bbnjamin Looks Lanq, I.K. 

Prof. Math, and Dean of Ken. 
CoU. 



Mansfield, O. 
Marietta, "0. 
Gambier, 0. 



<BiflW«tt iundri[^ anil cjfif^grttinj. 

George Smith Allan, 2.Y. Cleveland, O. 

Chables Bierce Guthrie, A.T. Putnam, O. 

James Denton Hancock, M.2. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Prof. Math. West. XTniv. Pa. 

Edvtard Hanson Mayo, A.F. Troy, O. 

Timothy Henry Rearden, H'A. Cleveland, O. 

Robert Clinton Smith, E.2. Cincinnati, O. 

Henry Whitehouse Chipman, Z'x. Detroit, Mich. 

John Aritnah Harper, r'2. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

John Norris, H'n. Plainfleld, O. 

Maithew Trimble, A.n. Gambier, O. 



Murray Davis, r.2. Iowa City, Iowa. 





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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



NgAK ToONG KitJKG, 

y^ Albert Bbonson Payne, 



H'e. Shanghai, China. 
T.E. Richmond, Ind. 



€i0ttn lundr^it and 

Albxakder v. G. Allen, H'A. 

William D'Orville Doty, A'0. 

Solomon Frank Dunham, a'y» 

Edward Augustus Kitzmiller, F'n. 

George Edward Mann, Z'X. 

Oronhyatehka, , , A.Y. 

(BiQhittn lundr^d and 

Charles Heber Mendenhall, 
William pRYOR Payne, 
Alphonso David Rockwell, 
James Allison Searight, 
Edgar Sharpe, 



GuUford, Vt. 
Windham C'tre, N. T. 
Lockport, N. Y. 
Newark, O. 
Gloucester Co., Va. 
Grand River, C. W. 

Hamilton, Pa. 
Richmond, Ind. 
New Canaan, Conn. 
Fayette Co., Pa. 
Evansville, Ind. 



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Lewis Collins, 

John A. Deremer, 
Tut. Union Coll. 

Alexander McA. Thorburn, 



F'0. Albany, N. Y. 
E.A.K. Charlton, N. Y. 

H'r. Albany, N. Y. 



(Kiflhtwtt luttdr^d and ^iftg-ninj* . 



Charles E. Baldwin, 
John Baldwin, 
George William Brooks, 
John Darwin Shepard Cook, 
Charles Henry Peck, 
Wilson Marcy Powell, 
Charles Hen^y Sears, 



B'A. Albany, N. Y. 

B.n. Albany, N". Y. 

r.T. Cooperstown, N. Y. 

A.X. Ledgedale, Pa. 

E.Y. Sandlake, N. Y. 

N.Z. Chatham, N". Y. 

A.0. Mechanicsville N. Y. 






Joseph Bell 

Samuel Adams Bowen, a.©. 

Peter Yan Schaack Pruyn, E.A. 

CoLTON Joseph Reed, A'X. 

Francis Fenelon Rice, a'y, 

Everett Reuben Sawyer, E.r. 

Henry Lewis Smith, N.Tl. 

Charles Ezra Sprague, E.2. 

17 



fle, N. Y. / 




Cooperstown, N. Y. 
Kinderhook, N. Y. 
Glensdale, N". Y. 
LowviUe, N. Y. 
Leyden, N". Y. 
Houseville, N". Y. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 







— ^8«sji^ 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



(gigMMtt lundr^d and ^ixig-flitf* 

Elbribgb Geeey Root Adams, a.x. Stowe's Square, N.T. 
John Lindsay Hill, T'a. Watprford, N. T. 

James Pattison Viele, A'0. Schuylerville, N. T. 

(BijgWectt lundr^d and S^kti^-im. 

James Lowe Bothwell, A'a. Groton, N. Y, 

John Henry Dennis, A'n. Bemis Heights, N. Y, 

Samuel BuenettHowe, 2.0. Groton, N. Y. 

Benjamin Franklin Wright, E.X. Sauquoit, N". Y. 

(Bljghtwtt landed and ^ixtg-thm. 

William Penn Bard, I.n. Reading, Pa. 

Henry Nehemiah Beckwith, E.P. Sutton, Vt. 

"^ Charles Gould Clark, B'N. Troy, N. Y. 

Charles Locke Easton, E.A. Lowville, N. Y. 

Datid Newland Vandeweer, a.0. Schenectady, N. Y. 



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RUNO CHAPTER 



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(BijjWwtt lutt^r^d and (^ift5-MjjIii 



RiGHABD Felix Abbay, 
GsoBGE Robert Hill, 
John Davidson Ogilvie, 
. James William Pobteb, 
Samuel Andrew Rodoers, 
John Bell Walton, 



1.2. Commerce, Miss. 

Z'X. Franklin, Tenn. 

A.B. Larkensville, Ala. 

E.0. Paris, Tenn. 

N.K. Knoxville, Tenn. 

r'K. Aberdeen, Miss. 



John Hyde Braly, 
Mabcus Bearden Dewiti, 
Josbphus Hall, 
William Andijew Haynes, 
David Anderson Lowry, 
William Logan McClure, 
James Russell Tolbebt, 



and 4i|tg-mtt(!* 

A'T. Santa Clara, Cal. 

2.A. FayetteviJle, Tenn. 

H'A. Eutaw, Ala. 

H'n. Stouts Grove, 111. 

A.Y. Lynnville, Tenn. 

n'l. Stout's Grove, III. 

2.A. Newnan, Ga. 



powhattan baptist, 
Richard Thomas EIerr, 
Charles Martin, 
Henry Clay Martin, 
James Hoggatt McClain, 



m&ri^i and J^ixtg. 

r'B. Dayton, Ala. 

A.I. Spring River, Mo. 

A.n. Lebanon, Tenn. 

E'0. Scottsville, Ky. 



2. A. Lebanon, Tenn. 



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♦Benjamin David Stewaet, 
Thomas Adkins Street, 
William Henry Tabs, 
Calvin Van Guy, 



B.X. Winchester, Tenn. 

B'K. Warrenton, Ala. 

1."*^. Columbus, Miss. 

I.n. Tuscumbia, Ala. 



(Biflht^cn lundrittt and JJixtg-jane. 



H.2. Lebanon, Tenn. 
M.0. Loami, 111. 



Alexander Alliso tr, 

John McMurray Lansden, 

Elliott Spotswood McClung, I.X. Huntsville, Ala. 

William Garret McKenzie, a'Q. Spring Hill, Tenn. 

John Rayburn, A'r. Guntersville, Ala. 




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Richard Felix Abbay, 
Cleveland Abb6, 
Frederic Randolph Abb6, 
William Alanson Abb4, 

*1858 Nathan Wheaton Moore Abbott, 
Willard Abbott, 
William Henry Abel, 
Albert Egerton Adams, 
Austin Adams, 
Charles Francis Adams, 
Edward Francis Adams, 
Elbridge Gerry Root Adams, 
George M. Adams, 

♦1847 Ira Adams, 

John Clark Adams, 
Melville M. Adams, 
Seymour Fenton Adams, 
Seymour Webster Adams, 

*1837 Thomas Parker Adams, 
Whittlesey Adams, 
Robert Aikman, 

*1859 William Aitchison, 

Charles Henry Alden, 
Edmund Kimball Alden, 
Charles Aldis, 
Charles Tripler Alexander, 
Ira Rush Alexander, 
William De Witt Alexander, 
George Smith Allan, 
John Winslow Allard, 




Cumberland, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Rochester, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Hudson, 


1860. 


Union, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1889. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1884. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1889. 


Hamilton^ 


1886. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Columbia, 


1887. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 



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ALPHA DELTA PHI. 




Alexander Viets Griswold Allen, 

Alfred L. Allen, 

Henry Augustus Allen, 

James Franklin Allen, 

John Henry W. Allen, 

Nathan Allen, 

Washington Irving Allen, 

William Francis Allen, 

George Albert AUin, 

John Wesley Ailing, 

Alexander Allison, 

David Allison, 

Thomas L. Ambrose, 

George Lapham Ames, 

John Grifl&th Ames, 

Nathan Ames, 
*1841 William Shaw Ames, 

Edward Holmes Ammidown, 

John Duguid Anderson, 

R. C. Anderson, 

Volney Stamps Anderson, 

George L. Andrew, 

David Allen Andrews, 

Edmund Andrews, 

William Whiting Andrews, 

George P. Androus, 

John Emory Andrus, 

George Thorndike Angell, 

Henry Taylor Antes, 

Robert Hayes Antes, 

Edward Larke Appleton, 

John Francis Appleton, 

John Perrin Appleton, 

S. G. Armor, 

Lauren Armsby, 

James Armstrong, 

Thomas H. Armstrong, 
♦1852 David Reeve Arnell, 

George Waterman Arnold, 

John Light Atlee, 

Edward Stanley Atwood, 

William S. Austin, 

James Watson Averell, 



Kenyon, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1861. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Williams, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Brunonian,. 


1838. 


Harvard, • 


1853. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Miami, 


184L 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


WilliamFi, ' 


1860. 


Williams, 


1859. 


Bowdoin, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1860. 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1856. 


Hudson, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Williams, 


1863. 


Hudson, 


1851. 


Geneva, 


1846. 



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INDEX. 


Charles Avery, 


Hamilton, 


Edward H. Avery, 


Geneva, 


Joseph Strong Avery, 


Hamilton, 


Theodore Avery, 


Hamilton, 


John Avery, 


Amherst, 


William Ledyard Avery, 


Yale, 


Walter Ayrault, 


Geneva, 



i. 



Azel Backus, 

*1848 Benjamin Wisner Bacon, 
John Bacon, Jr. 
Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 
William Kirkland Bacon, 
Henry Harramond Bacot, 
Benjamin Franklin Baer, 
Charles Alfred Baer, 
Egbert Bagg, 
Moses Mears Bagg, 
Alexander H. Bailey, 
Benjamin Hollo way Bailey, 
Joseph Mead Bailey, 
William Frederic Bailey, 
Fisher Ames Baker, 
Rienzi Hiram Baker, 
WilUam Edgar Baker, 
Charles Leland Balch, 
Charles E. Baldwin, 
Charles Hume Baldwin, 
George William Baldwin, 
John Baldwin, 
Simeon Baldwin, Jr. 
Cecil Franklin P. Bancroft, 
George Bancroft, 

♦1844 James Henry Bancroft, 
John Chandler Bancroft, 
Joseph Webb Bancpoft, 
Henry C. Bankhead, 
Powhattan Baptist, 
Walter Sessions Barber, 
Lucian Barbour, 



Geneva, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Hamilton, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1836-7 


Urban, 


1835. 


Harvard, 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Urban, 


1837. 


Manhattan, 


1860. 


Union, 


1859. 


Williams, • 


1863, 


Yale, 


1853. 


Union, 


1859. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Dartmouth, 


1860. 


Harvard, 


1866. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Peninsular, 


1851. 


Geneva, 


1848. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Hudson, 


1841, 


Amherst, 


1837. 







18 





AI^FHA ]»KI*TA PHI 




Wniidn Peim BnndL 


rnktu 


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1S63. \ 


r 


fattK Bfmetk Booker, 


Brnnooian, 


1861. J 


Wrsmm Ckmmm^ Barki«v 


Harmd. 


1855. 




ClurfesBariitt, 


Miami, 


1»43. 




Eciirin Bandolph BmMS, 


Tale, 


18eO. 




Hmrf En)«rt BanMS, 


Yak, 


I860. 




/#)i!«pb BeiiMD Baniiim, 


Xanbattan, 


1861. 




WtHiam lieorf BaniiiiD, 


Pcoinsiilar, 


1861. 




Joiui Bomhait, 


MidifletowD, 


1861. 




^oImI BSOTf 


Mwinti, 


1S40. 




€bark» Heorj Barrett, 


Tde. 


1854. 




Alkn CampbeU Bsrroirs, 


Hadson, 


1861. 




dolm OtM Barroirs, 


Amherst, 


1860. 




Xathan BarroiwSy 


Hudson, 


1850. 




WHIiain Henrj Barrows, 


Amherst, 


1859. 




irniiain Tajlor SulliraD Barrj, 


Vale, 


3ft41. 




Joseph Wbitnej- Barstow, 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 




George Washington Bartlett, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 




Henrj i^oow Bartlett, ^ 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 




John KnofrlUm Bartlett, 


Yale, 


1838. 




William Alrin Bartlett, 


Hamilton, 


1852. 




If illiam Frederic Vincent Bartlett, Yale, 


1853. 




John Wait Barton, 


Yale. 


1861. 




Walter Barton, 


Amherst, 


1856. 




John Stockman Batcbelder, 


Williams, 


1852. 




Enwttw Newton Bates, 


Williams, 


1853. 




James H. Bates, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 




Joseph Clement Bates, 


BoVdoin, 


1863. 




Samuel Penniman Bates, 


Brunonian, 


1851. 




Junius K. Battle, 


Alabama, 


1868. 




Witter J. Bajifter, 


Peninsular, 


1862. 




Lewis Condict Bayles, 


Manhattan, 


1855. 




Ferdinand Beach, 


Yale, 


1860. 




Myron Hawley Beach, 


Hamilton, 


1863. 




William Harrison Beach^ 


Hamilton, 


1860. 




Howard Chandler Beale, 


Middletown, 


1863. 




Robert Marshall Beale, 


Yale, 


1858. 




Sidney A. Bean, 


Peninsular, 


1862. 




Walker L. Bean, 


Peninsular, 


1862. 




Augustus F^eld Beard, 


Yale, 


1857. 


George WiHer Beard, 


Yale, 


1862. ; 


Thomas J. Beard, 


Alabama, 


1865. og 


Arthur M. Beardsley, 


Genevq., 


1842. m 


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INDEX. 






*1859 Charles Henry Beardsley, 
David Beattie, 
Goodwin Stoddard Beaver, 

♦ Charles W. Becker, 

♦1865 John F. Becker, 

George Henry Beckwith, 
Henry Nehemiah Beckwith, 
Everett Wade Bedinger, 
Samuel John Mills Beebe, 
George Louis Beers, 
Joseph Bell, 

William Nelson Nailing Bell, 
Martin Luther Bellows, 
William W. Bellville, 
Henry De Witt Beman, 
Henry Silliman Bennett, 
Henry Ward Bennett, 
Nathaniel Bennett, 
Samuel Allen Bennett, 
William H. Benson, 
Edward Warren Bentley, 
Horace Benton, 
Joseph Augustine Benton, 
Thomas W. Bicknell, 
Thomas Williams Bicknell, 
David Skinner Bigelow, 
Horace Porter Bigelow, 

*1846 William Augustus Bigelow, 
Edward Coke Billings, 
Richard Salter Billings, 
Samuel Birdsall, Jr. 
William H. Birney, 
Addin Lewis Bishop, 
George Sayles Bishop, 
John M. Bishop, 
JohnW. Sishop, 
Robert H. Bishop, 
Leavitt Field Bissell, 
Samuel Curtis Blackman, 

*1858 Arthur Blackwood, 

Benjamin Franklin Blair, 
^ Charles Thompson Blake, 

w. Henry Taylor Blake, 

mm-- 






Geneva, 

Amherst, 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Williams, 

Union, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Union, 

Bowdoin, 

Geneva, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Middletown, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Alabama, 

Yale, 

Hudson, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Brunonian, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Geneva, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Miami, 

Alabama, 

Miami. 

Hudson, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Yale, 

Yale, 



1855. 

1859. 

1861. 

1852. 

1853. 

1858. 

1863. 

1851. 

1838. 

1860. 

1860. 

1850. 

1843. 

1840. 

1851. 

1853. 

1863. 

1835. 

1848. 

1855. 

1850. 

1850. 

1842. 

1857. 

1860. 

1852. 

1861. 

1846. 

1853. 

1847. 

1855. 

1839. 

1855. 

1858. 

1841. 

1854. 

1850. 
1864. 
1854. 
1861. 
1847. 
1848. 



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ALPHA DELTA PHI 



Samuel Parkman Blake, 
Stanton Blake, 
♦1858 Matthew James Blakely, 
James G. Blakey, 
Amos Adams Blanchard, 
Samuel Blatchford, 
Atherton Blight, 
Alexander Bliss, 
Charles Rohinson Bliss, 
Edwin Elisha Bliss, 
Robert Bliss, 
William Davis Bliss, 
*1845 James Blodgett, 

Harvey Harris Bloom, 
Smith Bloomfield, 
Joseph Boardman, 
Henry Leonidas Boltwood, 
Ephraim Ward Bond, 
Samuel Robert Bond, 
John 0. Bonham, 
Louis W. Bonham, 
S. A. Bonner, 
George Bernard Bonney, 
Alvin Boody, 
Henry Hill Boody, 
James Lowe Bothwell, 
Shearjasub Bourne, 
David Emery Boutelle, 
Charles A. A. Bowen, 
Samuel Adams Bowen, 
Charles Manning Bowers, 
"William Nathan Boynton, 
Gerard S. Boyse, 
Henry Martyn Brace, 
G. R. Brackett, 
Henry Knight Bradbury, 
Frank Standish Bradford, 
George Radford, 
Taul Bradford, 
Charles Smith Bradley, 
Franklin Seymour Bradley, 
Joseph Manton Bradley, 
William Czar Bradley, 




Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Manhattan, 

Alabama, 

Dartmouth, 

Columbia, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Williams, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Manhattan, 

Amherst, 

Amherst; 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Union, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Geneva, 

Union, 

Brunonian, 

Hamilton, 

Columbia, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Alabama, 

Brunonian, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 



1855. 

1857. 

1858. 

1856. 

1845. 

1887. 

1854. 

1847. 

1854. 

1887. 

1850. 

1846. 

1841. 

1862. 

1857. 

1855. 

1858. 

1841. 

1855. 

1847. 

1855. 

1849. 

1861. 

1847. 

1842. 

1862. 

1849. 

1862. 

1855. 

1860. 

1838. 

1854. 

1840. 

1847. 

1857. 

1844. 

1853. 

1851. 

1854. 

1888. 

1861. 

1863. 

1851. 





INDEX. 



William Edward Bradley, 
Gideon Brainard, 
John Hyde Braly, 
Benjamin Braman, 
George Byron Brand, 
John Jacob Brandegee, 
Charles H. Branscomb, 
Lewis Orsmond Brastow, 
Charles Ray Brayton, 
Bowman Bigelow Breed, 
Daniel H. Breed, 
Leigh Richmond Brewer, 
James Noaille Brickell, 

*1859 Edward Dexter Brigham, 
Henry A. Brigham, 
Jerome Ripley Brigham, 
Lewis Alexander Brigham, 
Osborn Edward Bright, 

* George Carmi Bristol, 

Henry Piatt Bristol, 
Louis Henry Bristol, 
Alexander Thompson Britton, 
John Hurrel Brooking, 
Arba Brookins, 
Charles W. Brooks, 
Datus Chase Brooks, 
David W. Brooks, 
Edwin A. Brooks, 
George Gordon Brooks, 
George William Brooks, 
James H. Brooks, 
Kendall Brooks, Jr. 
Phillips Brooks, 
Samuel Brooks, 
Samuel Thomas Brooks, 
Sheperd Brooks, 
Theodore Deville Brooks, 
Nathaniel Hooper Broughton, 
Henry Billings Brown, 
Horatio Woodward Brown, 
Hubert Sanford Brown, 
James Olcott Brown, 
James Polk Brown, 



Yale, 


1860. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


Rochester, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1867. 


Brunonian, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Hamilton, 


1840. 


Anthers t, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Brunonian, 


1853. 


Hudson, 


1841. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Hamilton, 


1860. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1856. 


Hudson, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Geneva, 


1862. 


Union, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1853. 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Brunonian, 


1852. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Miami, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1862. 





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John Marshall Brown, 


Bowdoin, 


1860. 


John Mason Brown, 


Yale, 


1856. 


John Roosevelt Brown, 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Joseph Venner Brown, 


Yale, 


1842. 


*1848 Marcus A. Brown, 


Miami, 


1844. 


♦1858 Milton Adams Brown, 


Rochester, 


1855. 


Orlando Brown, 


Yale, 


1858. 


Philip Henry Brown, 


Bowdoin, 


1851. 


Samuel Edward Brown, 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Thomas Frederick Brown, 


Brunonian, 


1862. 


* Charles D. L. Brush, 


Miami, 


1844. 


Charles J. Bryan, 


Alabama, 


1856. 


Charles H. Bryan, 


Miami, 


1842. 


Jacoh Bryant, 


Alabama, 


1857. 


Charles W entworth Buck, 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Edward Howard Buck, 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


Samuel Prehle Buck, 


Bowdoin, 


1850. 


Jerome Buckingham, 


Hudson, 


1841. 


Robert Pagan Bucknam, 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Henry WadhamsBuel, 


Yale, 


1844. 


Thomas F. Bugbee, 


Alabama, 


1851. 


Charles Edwin Bulkeley. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Charles Henry Bunce, 


Yale, 


1860. 


Charles Smith Bundy, 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Ebenezer Prince Burges, 


Amherst, 


1852. 


*18o7 Eli Burlingame, 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Jacob Staats Burnet, 


Yale, 


1857. 


George Bibb Burnley, 


Yale, 


1858. 


William Wirt Burrage, 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Thomas A. Burrowes, 


Miami, 


1847. 


William S. Burrowes, 


Miami, 


• 1845. 


Francis Burt, 


Amherst, 


1857. 


John Otis Burt, 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Nathan Smyth Burton, 


Hudson, 


1846. 


Jackson Jones Bushnell, 


Yale, 


1841. 


Jacob Butler, 


Miami, 


1839. 


Moses Morrill Butler, 


Bowdoin, 


1845. 






^. 



Chauncey Marvin Cady, 
David Augustus Caldwell, 



Peninsular, 
Dartmouth, 




Wf^*^ 




1851. 
1860. 




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INDEX. 



143 



David Samuel Calhoun^ 
Charles Whittlesey Gamp, 
Archibald Henry Campbell, 
William Banfield Capron, 
Elias R. Cary, 
Stuart Carkener, 
Isaac Newton Carlton, 
Gilbert Saltonstall Carpenter, 
Robert John Carpenter, 
Samuel T. Carpenter, 
Stephen H. Carpenter, 
Joseph Prevost Carr, 
Robert William Carr, 
Leonard Wilkinson Carradine, 
Charles Whiting Carroll, 
Samuel S. Carroll, 
Uri Carruth, 
William Orton Carson, 
Robert Carswell, 
James Coolidge Carter, 
James Richardson Cary, 
Everett Case, 

Edward Thompson Caswell, 
Thomas Thompson Caswell, 
Benjamin Rush Catlin, 
George Lynde Catlin, ' 

*1849 Marcus Cfitlin, 

William Frederic Causey, 
Z. B. Caverly, 
Charles Caverno, 
Daniel Henry Caverno, 

*1856 John Sullivan Caverno, 
Joseph Mills Cavis, 
George S. Chace, 
Gustavus Benson Chadwicl^ 
Harrison Everett Chadwick, 
Stanford Emerson Chaill6, 

♦1847 L. W. Chalfant, 

Franklin Chamberlain, 
Horace Beriah Chamberlain, 
Jacob Chamberlain, 

« John Calhoun Chamberlain, 

^Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, 



Yale, 1848. 

Yale, 1844. 

Hamilton, 1849. 

Yale, 18A6. 

Middletown, 1860. 

Peninsular, 1860. 

Dartmouth, 1869. < 

Hudson, 1869. 

Yale, . 1859. 

Alabama, 1857. 

Rochester, 1852. 

Harvard, 1850. 

Dartmouth, 1850. 

Yale, 1859. 

Dartmouth, 1859. 

Yale, 1846. 

Hamilton, 1850. 

Geneva, 1862. 

Middletown, 1863. 

Harvard, 1850. 

Peninsular, 1859. 

Hamilton, 1845. 

Brunonian, 1853. 

Brunonian, 1860. 

Hamilton, 1851. 

Yale, 1860. 

Hamilton, 1833. 

Yale, 1865. 
Dartmouth. 

Dartmouth, 1854. 
Geneva and Dart, 1860. 

Geneva, 1858. 

Dartmouth, 1846. 

Rochester, 1852. 

Middletown, 1861. 

Dartmouth, 1858. 

Harvard, 1851. 

Miami, 1843. 

Geneva, 1849. 

Bowdoin, 1867. 

Hudson, 1856. 

Bowdoin, 1859. 

Bowdoin, 1852. 



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ALPHA D E LT A PHI. 



n 



♦1858 Edward Dyer Chamberlin, 
Valentine Burt Chamberlin, 
A. G. Chambers, 
Henry Champion, 
Charles Chandler, Jr» 
France Chandler, 
• William Chandler, 

William George Chandler, 
Charles Henry Chapin, 
Franklin Perry Chapin, 
Lebeus Cornelias Chapin, 
Lacius Delison Chapin, 
Solomon Chapin, 
William Waterman Chapin, 
Edward Thurston Chapman, 
Robert Boyle Chapman, 
William S. Chapman, 
Jordan Romans Chappel, 
Edwin Azro Charlton, 
Barton Walter Chase, 
Charles Augustas Chase, 
Edward Henry Chase, 
Frederic Chase, 
George Leonard Chase, 
Henry Chase, 
Rufus Dudley Chase, 
Salmon P. Chase, 
Thomas Chase, 
William Chauvenet, 
Henry Martyn Chearens, 
Frank Wo<idbridge Cheney, 
Charles Usher Chesley, 
Charles Thomas Chester, 
Erastus Chester, 
Charles Henry Childs, 
Francis James Childs, 
Thomas G. Chilton, 
William P. Chilton, 
Henry Whitehouse Chipman, 
Nathaniel W. Chittenden, 
Charles Francis Choate, 
Joseph Hodges Choate, 
Rufus Choate, Jr. 



Brunonian, 

Williams, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Peninsular^ 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Amherst y 

Middletown, 

Brunonian, 

Bowdoin, 

Brunonian, 

Alabama, 

Hamilton, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Harvard, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Genera, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth. 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Hudson, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, • 

Alabama, 

Alabama, 

Kenyon, 

Columbia, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, • 

Amherst, 



186L 

1867. 

1853. 

1860. 

1862. 

1854. 

1854. 

1849. 

1850. 

1852. 

1852. 

1851. 

1867. 

1855. 

1857. 

1858. 

1853. 

1855. 

1854. 

1847. 

1856. 

1855. 

1860. 

1858. 

1850. 

1845. 

1848. 
1840. 
1850. 
1854. 
1852. 
1845. 
1848. 
1857. 
1846. 
1853. 
1859. 
1860. 
1837. 
1849. 
1852. 
1855. 



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INDEX 



William Gardner Choate, 

Cornelius De Marest Christie, 

Joseph Alonzo Christman, 

James Wallace Christopher, 

George Harvey Christy. 

Elihu Dwight Church, 

♦1869 Frederic Nathaniel Church, 

"'18591 James Augustus Church, 

WUliam H. Church, 

Jon^ithan Longfellow Cilley, 

James Fitzgerald Clailin, 

Alexander Huntington Clapp, 

Channing Clapp, 

Dexter Clapp^ 

Ambrose Wayland Clark, 

*1864 Charles A. Clark, 

Charles Enoch Clark, 

Charles Gould Clark, 

Edson Lyman Clark, 

Horace J. Clark, 

John Craig Clark, 

John Emery Clark, 

Joseph P. Clark, 

William Bardwell Clark, 

William Henry Clark, 

Edward Gavion Clarke, 

Edward Hammond Clarke, 

Edward Payson Clarke, 

' Francis Erasmus Clarke, 

George Clarke, 

George EUery Clarke, 

Isaac Lewis Clarke, 

J. Farley Clarke, 

James Clarke, 

James Gordon Clarke, 

James Lawrence Clarke, 

John Caldwell Calhoun Clarke, 

John H. Clarke, 

John Theodore Clarke, 

Joseph Bourne Clarke, 

Ranslure Weld Clarke, 

Thomas Curtis Clarke, 

Walter Clarke, 

19 

;JV>X"*!'= = == 




Harvard, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1853. 


Hudson, 


1869. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Yale,. 


1857. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Geneva, 


1850. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Peninsular,' 


1845. 


Htidson, 


1862. 


Union, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Hudson, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 


Peninsular, 


1856. 


Alabama, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Geneva, 


1849. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Middletown, 


1860. 


Williams, 


1851. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Columbia, 


1839. 


Miami, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Williams, 


1853. 


Rochester, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. • 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1837. 






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146 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



~"««Sfi^ 



Robert Bethejl Claxton, 
Cassius Marcellus Clay, 
Nathan Cleaves, 
William Neal Cleveland, 
James A. 0. Clopton, 
Henry Nitchie Cobb, 
Moses Gill Cobb, 
Oliver Ellsworth Cobb, 
Richard H. Cobbs, 
Edwin Coburn, 
Melville Augustus Cochran, 
Robert Cochran, 

* William T. Cochran, 

Frederick Augustus Coe, 

* Hervey Leicester Coe, 

Thomas Upham Coe, 
Abraham Burbank CofSn, 

*1844 Frederick William CoflSn, 

*1847 William Strong Cogswell, 
John Townsend Coit, 
Alfred Colbum, 
Charles Lewis Colby, 
Henry Francis Colby, 
Robert Lane Colby, 
Charles Blackmer Cole, 
William Coleman, 
George Anthony CoUamore, 
Lewis Collins, 
Frederick Henry Colton, 
Levi Parsons Coman, 
George Fisk Comfort, 
Milton Bookstaver Comfort, 
William F. Comfort, 
William Judkins Comly, 
Calvert Comstock, 
Edward Comstock, 
Albert Pierson Condit, 
Charles Condit, 
Stephen Condit, 
David Conger, 
Edward Allis Conger, 
Henry L. Conner, 
Lemuel Parker Conner, 



Yale, 


1838. 


Yale. 




Bowdoin, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Alabama, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Alabama, 


1856. 

• 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Alabama, 


1854. 


Hamilton and Vfale, 


183r. 


Hamilton, 


1834. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


Brunonian, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Dartmouth, 


1854- 


Union. 




Yale, 


18Q0. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


1860. 


Miami, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Urban, 


1836. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1846. 



ipr?*«— - 



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INDEX. 




Phineas Sanborn Conner, 

William Gustin Conner, 

B. Wilbur Conover, 

Oliver M. Conover, 

Ebenezer Buckingham Convers, 

John Darwin Shepard Cook, 

*1853 Roswell Dickinson Cook, 
Joshua Cooke, 
Wtthtrd-^r^^ooke,. 
Elias Cooley, Jr. 
Thomas Mclntyre Cooley, 
Horace Hopkins Coolidge, 
James Ivors Trecothick Coolidge, 
Joseph Aldrich Cooper, 
Paul Fenimore Cooper, 
Anson T. Copeland, 
George Warren Copeland, 
Christopher Minta Cordly, 

♦1857 George J. Cornell, 

Thomas Foster Cortelyou, 
Augustus Brown Cotes, 
Edward Cowles, 
George Washington Cowles, 

*1854 Isaac Augustus Cowles, 
Arthur Cleveland Cox, 
Samuel Hanson Cox, Jr. 
William Augustus Crafts, 
Henry Kinsman Craig, 
Virgil Lafayette Craig, 
Wheelock Craig, 
De Witt Clinton Cram, 
William E. Cramer, 
Amos Waters Crane, 
Cephas Bennet Crane, 

*1854 Edwin Hall Crane, 

William Wallace Crapo, 
Sidney Crawford, 
William Crawford, 
George Turner Crissman, 
George Kimball Crocket, 
Alpheus Benning Crosby, 
Henry Ash ton Crosby, 
Moreau Stephen Crosby, 



IR?»8— ■ 



Dartmouth. 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Union, 

Amherst, 

Geneva, 

Amhergt, 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 

Middletown, 

Amherst, 

Hudson, 

Columbia, 

Miami, 

Geneva, 

Dartmouth, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Urban, 

Urban, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Dartmouth, 

Urban, 

Dartmouth, 

Rochester, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Miami, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Manhattan, 

Rochester, 




1859. 

1845. 

1840. 

1842. 

1861. 

1859. 

1843. 

1842. 

18^1. 

1861. 

1859. 

1862. 

1838. 

1859. 

1844. 

1858. 

1866. 

1844. 

1839. 

1854. 

1840. 

1859. 

1845. 

1856. 

1838. 

1839. 

1840. 

1844, 

1866. 

1843. 

1850. 

1839. 

1862. 

1858. 

1844. 

1852. 

1861. 

1857. 

1860. 

1840. 

1853. 

1863. 

1863. 



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148 




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ALPHA DE LTA PHI 



Wesley Croiyh, 
Edward Payson Crowell, 
Ralph W. Cummin gs, 
James Linton Cunningham, 
Edward Curran, Jr. 
Henry Hastings Curran. 
Burrell I. Curry, 
Eleroy Curtis, 
George Edward Curtis, 
George William Curtis, 
James Burrill Curtis, 
Joseph Seaver Curtis, 
Thomas James Curtis, 
George F. Cushman, 
Byron M. Cutcheon, 
Sullivan M. Cutcheon, 
Carroll Cutler, 
Elbridge Jefferson Cutler, 
John Calvin Cutler, 
John Lorris Cutler, 
♦1855 Lyman Cutler, 

Rufus Putnam Cutler, 
James Madison Cutts, 



James Wilmer Dallam, 
Edward Barry Dalton, 
William Buck Dana, 
Joseph Dane, Jr. 
Arthur Curtiss Danforth, 
John Horton Daniels, 
Edward Payson Darling, 
Henry Darling. 
Alfred Brooks Daacomb. 
Edwin Davenport, 
Benjamin Franklin Davis, 
Charles Mortimer Davis, 
James Clarke Davis, 
John Milton Davis, 
Lowndes Henry Davis, 
Mark Davis, 



i. 



Rochester, 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Alabama, 

Hudson, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Brunonian, 

Amherst, 

Harvard, 

Alabama, 

Peninsular, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Dartmouth, 

Bowdoin. 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 



1863. 
1853. 
1853. 
;1844. 
1856. 
1862. 
1864. 
1846. 
,1851. 
'l854. 
1840. 
1851. 
1852. 
1851. 
1861. 
1856. 
1854. 
1853. 
1856. 

i84r. 

1889. 
1856. 



Brunonian, 


183r. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Bowdoin, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1860. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 



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INDEX 



Murray Davis, 
Kobert Howe Davis, 
Stephen B. Davis, 
Thomas Eirby Davis, 
William Augustus Davis, 
William Thomas Davis, 
Thomas Dawes, 
Reginald H. Dawson, 
Henry Miles Day, 
Hknrt Noble Day, 
Robert Elijah Day, 
Benjamin Willey Dean, 
Frederic Augustus Deane, 
John Frederic Deane, 
Henry Martyn Dechert, 
James Henry Deering, 
Rufus Washburn Deering, 
Heman Packard De Forest, 
Henry Swift De Forest, 
Moulton De Forest, 
Edward Floyd De Lancey, 
Charles Delano, 
♦185V Henry Giles Delano, 
George Delp, 
Louis Dembinski, 
William Dempsey, 
Charles Halbert Denison, 
George Denison, 
John Henry Denison, 
Harmar Denney, 
John Henry Dennis, 
William Dennison, Jr. 
Hasket Derby, 
John A. Deremer, 
Franklin Christopher Derr, 
Thomas Lewis Deweese, 
Elijah Francis Dewey, 
James R. Dewey, 
James S. Dewey, 
Justin Dewey, Jr. 
Marcus Bearden Dewitt, 
Andrew Dexter, 
Edward C. De Zeng, 



Kenyon, 

Hamilton, * 

Middletown, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Alabama, 

Hudson, 

Hudson. 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hudson, 

Peninsular, 

Amherst, 

Williams, 

Miami, 

Union, 

Miami, 

Amherst, 

Union. 

Rochester, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Williams, 

Miami, 

Williams, 

Cumberland, 

Hamilton, 

Geneva, 




1852. 
1848. 
1846. 
1854. 
1850. 
.1845. 
1858. 
1862. 
1857. 
1861. 
1843. 
1840. 
1858. 
1861. 
1858. 
1850. 
1861. 
1855. 
1862. 
1852. 
1862. 
1835. 
1855. 

1860. 
1862. 
1860. 
1854. 
1858. 
1858. 
1859. 
1843. 
1851. 






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150 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



*1856 



♦1861 




Cornelius Evarts Dickinson, 
John Woodbridge Dickinson, 
Richard Salter Storrs Dickinson, 
William Austin Dickinson, 
William Cowper Dickinson, 
William Eastman Dickinson, 
Edward R. Dickson, 
William Francis Dimmick, 
David Ljcurgus Dimmock, 
Stephen Decatur Doar, 
William A. Dod, 
Ebenezer Dodge, Jr. 
Emmet Dennis Dodge, 
Samuel Camillus Donaldson, 
Park S. Donelson, 
William EUingwood Donnell, 
Oswin Hart Doolittle, 
John Clark Dore, 
William Emil Doster, 
William D'Orville Doty, 
Solomon Johnson Douglass, 
William Dexter Dow, 
William Wallace Dow, 
Timothy Campbell Downie, 
Edward Rees Dox, 
Albert Newell Drown, 
Leander Muzzy Drury, 
Alfred Du Bois, 
Edward Cornelius Du Bois, 
Hasbrouck Du Bois, 
Virgil Milton Dubose, 
John Langdon Dudley, 
Robert Murray Duflf, 
D. Bethune Duffield, 
John Welch Dulles, 
Charles Franklin Dunbar, 
Henry Postlethwaite Duncan, 
James A. Duncan, 
Robert Duncan, 
Samuel White Duncan, 
William Henry Duncan, 
George Cary Dunham, 
Samuel Dunham, 



Amherst, 

Williams, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Williams, 

Hudson, 

Yale, 

Urban, 

Brunonian, 

Hudson, 

Harvard, 

Peninsular, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Kenyon, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 

Brunonian, 

Amherst, 

Peninsular, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Amherst, 

Geneva, 

Peninsular, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Miami, 

Bnmonian, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Yale, 




1860. 
1852. 
1844. 
1850. 
1848. 
1855. 
1853. 
1860. 
1861. 
1857. 
1886. 
1840. 
1863. 
1841. 
1849. 
1862. 
1844. 
1847. 
, 1857. 
1862. 
1857. 
1865. 
1861. 
1851. 
1842. 
1861. 
1841. 
1848, 
1854. 
1866. 
1838. 
1844. 
1861. 
1848. 
1844. 
1851. 
1844. 
1848. 
1837. 
1860. 

1856. 
1860. 



Jfsf?**'^'"'"^-^ 



INDEX. 



151 



Solomon Frank Dunham, 
Archibald S. Dunlap, 
Seth Moyar Dunning, 
Silas Wright Dunning, 
Charles Analdo Dupee, 
Henry Rees Durfee, 
Ormond Horace Dutton, 
Van Buren Dutton, 
Gamaliel Lyman Dwight, 
Henry Edwin Dwight, 
James Harrison Dwight, 
James McLaren Breed Dwight, 
John Elihu Dwight, 
Melatiah Everett Dwight, 
Theodore William Dwight, 
Timothy Dwight, 
Wilder Dwight, 
William Buck Dwight, 
Chaales Brockway Dye 
Azro Dyer, 
Ezra Dyer, 



Eenyon'and Geneva, 1862. 

Miami, 1867. 

Williams, 1851. 

Peninsular, 1860. 

Yale, 1854. 

Yale, 1861. 

Harvard, 1853. 

Hamilton, 1856. 

Brunonian, 1868. 

Yale, 1852. 

Yale, 1852. 

Yale, 1846. 

Manhattan, 1863. 

Manhattan, 1860. 

Hamilton, 1840. 

tale, 1849. 

Harvard, 1853. 

Yale, 1854. 

Yale, 1857. 

Dartmouth, 1856. 

Harvard, 1857. 



(8* 



William Spencer Eakin, 
. Samuel Coffin Eastman, 
Charles Locke Easton, 
David William Eaves, 
Clarence Eddy, 

*1847 John Marshall Edgarton, 
Dan Parmelee Eells. 
James Eells, 

'''1842 Samuel Eells, 

R. Paterson Effinger, 
Nicholas B. S. Eldred, 
James B. Eldredge, 
Azariah Eldridge, 
Charles William Eliot, 
Samuel Eliot, 
Francis Fields Ellinwood, 
Charles Elliott, 
John Palmer Ellis, 



Yale, 


1846. 


Brunonian^ 


1857. 


Union, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Hamilton, 


1832. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Peninsular, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Miami, 


1840. 


Geneva, 


1862. 



3fe«e*s- 



■-^^-^•m-Si 





ALPHA DELTA PHI* 



Joseph Whitcomb Ellis, 

Sylvenus Adon Ellis, 

William Ellsworth, Jr. 

Benjamin C. Ely, 

Charles Wright Ely, 

David Judson Ely. 
♦1866 Heman B. Ely, 

Isaac Mills Ely, 

Jonathan Sturges Ely, 

Sumner Stowe Ely, 
*18i5 Charles Emerson, 

Francis Buckminster Emerson, 
*1848 George Samuel Emerson, 

John Milton Emerson, 

Joseph Emerson, 

Samuel Emerson, 

Thomas Emerson, 

George Barrett Emery, 

George Washington Emery, 
* John Abbott Emery, 

Henry Vaughan Emmons, 

Daniel Reily Empson, 

Thomas R. Ercanbrack, 

Joseph Estabrook, 

Samuel S. Etheredge, 

Henry Lawrence Eustis, 
♦1844 John Fenwick Eustis, 

William Tappan Eustis, 

Edward John Evans, 

Edward Payson Evans, 

EUicott Evans, 

Rvan William Evans, 

James Samuel Evans, 
* Martin Baum Ewing, 

Philemon B. Ewing, 

Thomas Ewing, Jr. 



Middletown, 


1858, 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Manhattan, 


1860. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


. Yale, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Bowdoin, 


1860. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


1864. 


Vale, 


1853. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1857. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1887. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1854. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Urban, 


1836. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1889, 


Brunonian, 


1856. 



William Thomas Fagan, 
Francis Joel Fairbanks, 
Lorenzo Fairbanks, 



4- 



Rochester, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 



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INDEX. 



David Green Fanning, 
William Henry Parnham, 
William Thompson Famham, 
Jonathan Brewer Famsworth, 
Lincoln Tihhals Farr, 
Francis Augustus Faulkner, 
Albert Eugene Faxon, 
Edward Allen Fay, 
John Brooks Felton, 
Robert Hughes Fenn, 
William Henry Fenn, 
0. H. Femald, 
Luis Fernandez, 
Joseph Lybrand Ferrell, 
*1855 Charles Merrill Ferrin, 
Leonard Ferris, 
Leonard Zenas Ferris, 
Henry P. Fessenden, 
George William Field, 
*185» Levi Alpheus Field, 

Maunsell Bradhurst Field, 
Luke William Finlay, 
Edmund Fish, 
Erasmus Darwin Fish, 
George Whitefield Fisher, 
Lorenzo G. Fisher, 
Daniel Taggart Fisk, 
Franklin Woodbury Fisk, 
• Lewis R. Fisk, 
Robert Farris Fisk, 
Samuel Fisk, 
Stuart Wilkins Fisk, 
Asa Severance Fiske, 
John Orr Fiske, 
Horace Benjamin Fiteh, 
Nathan Thomas Fitch, 
William Addison Fitz-Hugh, 

♦ James M. Fitzpatrick, 

Lewis Isidore Fleming, 
William Stuart Fleming, 

* Albert M. Fletcher, 

Joseph Nelson Flint, 
Edward Eastman Fogg, 

20 



Manhattan, 


1867. 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Dartmouth, 


186«. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Harvard, 
^runonian, 


1846. 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Dartmouth,. 


1866. 


Urban, 


18S6. 


Bowdoin^ 


1887. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Peninsular, 


1845. 


Brunonian, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Alabama, 


1854 


Amheost, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Amherst, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1840. 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Bowdoin, 


1837. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1*5. 


Geneva, 


1843. 


Alabama, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Miami, 


1836. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


186L 




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154 ALPHADELTA PHI. 


^-'■^'igwm 


Charles Christopher Follen, 


Harvard, 


1849. 


John Atwood Follette, 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


George De Forest Folsom, 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Oscar Folsom, 


Rochester, 


1859. 


Asa Gray Folwell, 


Geneva, 


1862. 


Mahlon Bainbridge Folwell, 


Geneva, 


1861. 


William Watts Folwell, 


Geneva, 


1857. 


Edwin Bancroft Foote, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Edward William Forbush, 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Manning Ferguson Force, 


• 

Harvard, 


1846. 


Douglas French Forrest^ 


Yale, 


1857. 


Horace Burnham Foster, 


Hudson, 


1852. 


Charles Chauncey Fowler, 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Horace Webster Fowler, 


Hamilton, 


1863. 


James Walker Fowler, 


Columbia, 


1889. 


W illiam Worthington Fowler, 


Amherst, 


1854. 


Philip Frazer, 


Hamilton, 


1837. 


Andrew Longyear Freeman, 


Rochester, 


1851. 


. James Paulus French, 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Scott French, 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Theodore Francis French, 


Amherst, 


1849. 


Henry Simmons Frieze, 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Alvah Lillie Frisbie, 


Amherst, 


1857. 


William Russell Frisbie, 


Yale, 


1858. 


George Lombard Frost, 


Yule, 


1850. 


Henry Walker Frost, 


harvard, 


1858. 


Thomas Gold Fro^t, 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Octavius Brooks Frothingham, 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Benjamin Aph thorp Gould Fuller, 


Bowdoin, 


1839. 


♦1859 Edward Thurston Fuller, 


Yale, 


1867. 


Horace Smith Fuller,. 


Amherst, 


1868. 


Robert Barnwell Fuller, 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Spencer R. Fuller, 


Middletown, 


1859. . 


William Eddy Fuller, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Edward Brown Furbish, 


Yale, 


1860. 


Horace Howard Furness, 


Harvard, 


1864. 



amsHUSUF 



HP?** 



(g. 



Alfred Payson Gage, 


Dartmouth, 


1859 


John Cutler Gage, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Sylvanus G. Gale, 


Middletown, 


1860 


George J. Gallagher, 

-TTT— . 


Geneva, 


1849 




INDEX. 



William Davis Gallagher, 
Robert Macy Gallaway, 
Philip Gleason Gklpin, 
Azariah Thomas Galt,^ 
John Ganson, 
Richard Leo Ganter, 
James Garatt, 
Frederic Gardiner, 
William Sewall Gardine^r, 
George Warren Gardner,* 
James Solomon Gardner, 
John Edward Gardner, 
Samuel Spring Gardner, 
Theodore Adolphus Gardner, 
Lorenzo Gates, 
William T. Gates, 
Edward Gay, 
Julius Gay, 
Ziba Gay, 
Albert Henry Gere, 
Mason Gibbs, 
Walter Gibson, 
William Thomas Gibson, 
Benjamin Davis Gilbert, 
George Yates Gilbert, 
William Thatcher Gilbert, 
Charles Duncan GilfiUan, 
Cornelius William Gillan, 

*1856 Augustus Canfield Gillett, 
Edward Bates Gillett, 
Daniel Coit Gilman, 
William Coit Gilman, 
Charles Franklin Gilson, 
Wesley Curtis Ginn, 

*1864 Charles William Gladding, 

♦ J. H. Hobart Glassell, 

George Le Roy Gleason, 
Samuel Mills Gleason, 
William Henry Gleason, 
Charles Henry Glover, 

*1842 Samuel Glover, Jr. 

Delano Alexander Goddard, 




WiUiam H. Goddard, 



Miami, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Geneva^ 

Eenyon. 

Middletown, 




1858. 



Bowdoinand Geneva, 1842. 

Bowdoin, 1860. 

Dartmouth, 1852. 

Hamilton, 1849. 

Harvard, 1856. 

Bowdoin, 1855. 

Williams, 1858. 

Hudson, 1850. 

Alabama, 1851. 

Amherst, 1856. 

Yale, 1856. 

Yale, 1846. 

yiami, 1862. 

Peninsular, 1856. 

Dartmouth, 1858. 

Geneva, 1842. 

Hamilton, 1857. 
Hamilton and Yale, 1837. 



Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Williams, 

Middletowi^, 

Brunoniai^^ 

Alabama, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Brunonian^ 

Yale, 

Amherst, 



1853, 
1853. 
1837. 
1841. 
1839. 
1852. 
1855. 
1853. 
1859. 
1857. 
1^52. 
1861. 
1858. 
1858. 
1845. 
1839. 
1853. 
1859. 






- -..i-Mj^yKs 



156 



ALPHA 9ELTA' PHI. 



Charles Bradford Goff^ 
benjamin Moore Goldsmith, 
William E. Goldthwait, 
Samuel Bushnell Goodale, 
George Brett Goodall, 
James S. Goode, 
Henry Anthony Goodhue, 

*1855 Charles Rush Goodrich, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
G«orge Dickinson Goodrich, 
George Dickinson Goodrich, 
William Henry Goodrich, 
William W. Goodrich, 
James HeniT Goodsell, 
Edgar Jerome Goodspeed, 
Daniel Goodwin, 
Frederic C. Goodwin, 
Homer Goodwin, 
Ichabod Goodwin, 
William Augustus Goodwin, 
William Bacon Goodwin, 
William G. Goodwin, 
Adoniram Judson Gordon, 

* Archibald Falconer Gould, 

George Henry Gould, 
George Henry Gould, 

*1854 James Gardner Govld, 
Henry Martyn Grant, 
William Cutting Grant, 
Arthur Brown Graves, 
John Graves, 
John Long Graves, 
Thaddeus Graves, 

♦ George Gray, 

Josepti Hovfard Gray, 
William Pqstell Gready, 
Coppcil Greeley, 
Charles Franklin Henry Green, 
Moses P. Green, 
Sullivan Dexter Green, 
John Morton Greene, 
William Albert Greene, 




Brunonian, 


1856. 


Urban, 


1888. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Williams, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Vale, 


1887. 


Williams, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1868. 


WiUiams, 


1867. 


Yale, 


' 1848. 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Rochester, 


1853. 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1864. 


Hudson,* 


1844. 


Bowdoin, 


1889. 


Bowdoin, 


1848. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Brunonian, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1850. 


Peninsular, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


W illiams. 


1868. 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Harvard, 


1861, 


Yale, 


1842. 


ppwdpin. 


1854. 


Bowdoin, 


1849. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Peninsular, 


I860. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 




IND BX. 


167 


James Greenough, 


Williams, 


I860. 


*1847 Francis William Greenwood, 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Edwin Smith Gregory, • 


Hudson, 


1852. 


Amos Delos Gridley, 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Frederic Grid'.ey, 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


J. R. GriflBn, 


Alabama, 


1858. 


(ieorge Hermon Griffin, 


Yale, 


1860. 


John H. Griffith, 


Rochester, 


1859. 


Henry Walton Grinnell, 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


George Oatlin Griswold, Jr. 


Urban, 


1838. 


Matthew Griswold, 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Whiting Griswold, 


Amherst, 


1838. 


*1849 Herman J. Groesbeck, 


Miami, 


1834. 


John R. Groesbeck, 


Miami, 


1839. 


William S. Groesbeck, 


Miami, 


1884. 


George Sumner Grosyenor, 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Alfred Grout, 


Yale, 


1858. 


Henry Martyn Grout, 


Williamfl, 


1854. 


William Evans Grove, 


Geneva, 


1«68. 


Edward Chipman Guild, 


Harvard, 


1653. 


Samuel Eliot Guild, 


Harvard, 


1839. 


William A/ Gunter, 


Alabama, 


1853. 


*1864 William Gunton, 


Yale, 


1847. 


Charles Bierce Guthrie, 


Eenyon, 


1859. 


David Wade Guy, 


Miami, 


1861. 


Edward A. Guy, 


Miami, 


1858. 


*1855 Abraham Evan Gwynne, 


Yale, 


1889. 



Amos E. Hadley, 
Elwood Potts Haines, 
J. Russel Haire, 

*1846 Thomas Haire, 

Norton Asa Halbert, 

'"1850 Alexander Hale, 
Benjamin Hale, 
Charles Hale, 
Edward Everett Hale, 
Francis Edward Hale, 
George Silsbee Hale,' 
Horatio Emmons Hale, 



Hamilton, 


1837. 


Hudson, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Harvard, 


.1848. 


Geneva, 


1840. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Harvard, 


1887. 



W^w^ — 




i 




ALPHA BELTA PHI. 



♦1842 



♦1847 




John Cushman Hale, 

Joseph Augustine Hale, 

Josiah Little Hale, 

Nathan Hale, Jr. 

Daniel Hall, 

Edward Henrj Hall, 

Elliot Chapin Hall, 

Gordon Hall, 

Isaac Holister Hall, 

James Stevenson Hall, 

Josephus Hall, 

Richard Clarence Hall, 

Richard Fitch Hall, 

S. Shalor Hall, 

WUliam Kittredge Hall, 

William Kingsland Hallock, 

Anthony Halsey, 

Jacoh S. Halsey, 

Frank Brown Hamilton, 

James Hamilton, 

John Alexander Hamilton, 

Charles Hammond, 

James Denton Hancock, 

Edward P. Handy, 

Charles Bird Hankinson, 

David Osheal Hannaford, 

Diodate Cushman Hannahs, 

James W. Hanscom, 

Charles Hutchins Hapgood, 

Joseph Hardie, 

Chester Harding, 

John Wheeler Harding, 

Lyman Harding, Jr. 

William Greenough Harding, 

Asa Strong Hardy, 

Jacoh Hardy, 

Richard Morley Harison, 

Edwin Augustus Warren Harlow, 

Julian Harmon, 

John Arunah Harper, 

Brainard Timothy Harrington, 

Samuel Harrington, 

Thomas B. Harrington, 




• 



Dartmoiith, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1860. 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Harvard, 


1854. 


Peninsular, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Alabama, 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


. 1863. 


Williams, 


1867. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1850. 


Geneva, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Hudson, 


1846. 


Kenyon, 


1860. 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1849. 




pff?>8— ■ 




"^■''^"*-*-*§^cSfi 


i INDEX. 


169 


< Broughton Davis Harris, 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


*1869 Uoratio J. Harris, 


Miami, 


1836. 


Jacob Brown Harris, 


Yale, 


1854. 


Samuel Turner Harris, 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


William James Harris, 


Yale, 


1856. 


Henry Baldwin Harrison, 


Yale, 


1846. 


Benjamin Morgan Harrod, 


Harvard, 


1856. 


. William S. Harroun, 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Benjamin E. Hart, 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


Byron Hart, 


Yale, 


1851. 


*1868 Danforth A. Hart, 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


James H. Hart, 


Miami, 


. 1839. 


William Hart, 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Samuel Slawson Hartwell, 


Yale, 


1859. 


' Shattuck Hartwell, 


Harvard, 


1844. 


William Henry Harrey, 


Hudson, 


1868. 


Benjamin Franklin Hastings, 


Williams, 


1861. 


George C. Hastings, 


Yale, . 


1851. 


Panett Marshall Hastings, 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Parsons Clark Hastings, 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Charles Henry Hatch, 


Yale,- 


1859. 


Rodney J. Hathaway, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Aliped Houston Haven, 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Franklin Haven, 


Harvard, 


1857. 


*1848 Horace Appleton Haven, 


Harvard, 


1842. 


♦1849 Loren Eaton Haven, 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


George Elias Hawes, 


Manhattan, 


185T. 


Augustine Bayer Hawley, 


Geneva, 


1852. 


Martin Hawley, 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


♦1859 Henry Hayes, 


Geneva, 


1856. 


John William Hayes, 


Dartmouth, 


1860. 


William Andrew Haynes, 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


♦1838 Charles Hayward, Jr. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Charles Capen Hayward, 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Henry Martyn Hazeltirie, 


Williams, 


1852. 


Moses Kittredge Hazelton, 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Grosvenor William Heacock, 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Franklin Hervey Head, 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


John Francis Heath, 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Willard Spaulding Heath, 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


; William Dunlap Hedden, 


Rochester, 


1851. 


g Charles Philip Helfenstein, 


Yale, 


1841. ^ 


n John Benjamin Henck, 


Harvard, 


1840. ' 



z^cQmu 




■* ■ 11 IMIWI 



---^'S^l^ 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Leonard Addison Hendrick, 
Frank Hendricks, 
William Davison Hennen, 
Andrew Isabell Henshaw, 
Bnfihrod Washington Herbert, 
Robert Herndon, 
"William Augustus Herrick, 
Samuel Herron, 
Henry Edson Horsey, 
Charles Hewitt, 
Charles N. Hewitt, 
Frederick Charles Hewitt, 
Nathaniel Augustus Hewitt, 
James S. Hibben, 
Volney Hickox, 
Isaac Ellmaker Hiester, 
Lucius Hopkins Higgins, 
Henry Lee Higginson, 
James Jackson Higginson, 
Brainard Spencer Higley, 
Warren Higley, 

*1889 Samuel Tenney Hildreth, 
Adams Sherman Hill, 
Daniel Clark Hill, 
George Edwards Hill, 
George Robert HU), 
John Lindsay Hill, 
Ellas Brewster Hillard, 
Walter Hillman, Jr. 
Giles Mumford Hillyer, 
John Goddard Hinckley, 
Lyman Gillett Hinckley, 

♦1864 Clark T. Hinman, 
Charles Hitchcock, 
Charles Henry Hitchcock, 
Edward Hitchcock, Jr. 
Phineas W. Hitchcock, 
Samuel Whittemore Hitchcock, 
John Henry Hobart, 
George Miller Hobbs, 
Frank Hodge, 
Lyman Dayis Hodge, 

♦1858 Francis Louis Hodge, 



K^^J^"-"-— 



Yalev 


1850. 


Peninsular, 


1868. 


\:ale. 


1842. 


Harvard,. 


1847. 


Harvard,. 


1842. 


Alabama, 


1852. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Miami, 


1851. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Peninsular, 


1855. 


Geneva, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1860. 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Harvard, 


1867. 


Hudson, 


1869. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Hurard, 


1853. 


Dartmouth, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Cumberland, 


1858. 


Union, 


186L 


Yale, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Columbia, 


1886. 


Hamilton, 


1884. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1849. 


Williams, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Harvard, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Yale, 


, 1847. 




fj|^»»o— 



INDEX. 



161 



iidmund Wellington Hodgkinson, Qeneva, 



Wickham Hoffman, 

William J. Hogan, 
♦1853 Henry Whitcomb Holman, 

Francis Holmes, 

Francis Hunt Holmes, 

Henry Martyn Holmes, . 

Robert S. Holt, 

George Osgood Holyoke, 

GUbert Edwin Hood, 

Edward Hooker, 
*1858 Edward Jerome Hooker, 

Elias Cornelius Hooker, 
James L. Hoole, 
Stephen Grosvenor Hopkins, 
A. M. Hopper, 
Cortland Hoppin, 
Francis Edwin Hoppin, • 
*1857 Greorge Lobingier Horback, 
George Edward Home, 
John Horner, 
Versalius Horr, 
Alexander Horton, 
*1859 George M. Horton, 
Henry Horton, 
Henry B. Horton, 
Charles Hosford« 
Albert Barton Hough, 
Edward Houghton, 
Jacob Houghton, Jr. 
Hiram Houston, 
Lyman Bartlett How, 
Elias H. Howard, 
EsEra Williams Howard, 
Henry Ripley Howard, 
Hiram Lowell Howard, 
Joseph Dana Howard, 
William Wallace Howard, 

L Elijah Franklin Howe, 
Joseph W. Howe, 
Richerand Howe, 
Samuel Burnett Howe, 
Edward Howland, 




21 



Harvard, 

Alabama, 

Harvard, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Miami, 

Harvard, "^ . 

Dartmouth, 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Bowdoin, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Brunonian, 

Brunonian, 
Hamilton, 

Dartmouth^ 

Peninsular, 

Miauii, 
Geneva, 

Geneva, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 

Dartmouth, 

Geneva, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Urban, 

Brunonian, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Union, 

Harvard, 



1661i 

1841. 

1859. 

1848. 

1848. 

1862. 

1860. 

1889. 

1856. 

1861. 

1860. 

1856. 

1867. 

1849. 

1863. 

1860. 

1866. 

1889. 

1866. 

1867. 

1868. 

1848. 

1846. 

1849« 

1864. 

1847. 

1869. 

1861. 

1862. 

1848. 

1847. 

1860. 

1837. . 

1888. 

1867. 

1866. 

1862. 

1868. 

1859. 

1856. 

1866. 

1862. 

1863. 




—^^•miu 



ALPHA DlBLtA PHI. 



Francis Howland, 
George Howland, 
William Howland, 
William Ware Howland, 

•— — Nathan Ashley Hoze, 

Grosvenor Silliman Hubhard, 
Harvey Hubbard, 
James Mascarene Hubbard^ 
Joseph Welton Hubbard, 
Richard Dudley Hubbard, 
Jay Abel Hubbell, 
Charles Frederick Hudson, 
Edward Payson Hudson, 
Frederick Van Houten Hudson, 
Thomas Boyd Hudson, 
Augustus Cesar Huff, 
William Sidney Huggins, 
George Reginald Heber Hughes, 
Frederic Hughson, 
Frederic Hughson, 
Hiland R. Hulburd, 
Alexander F. Hume, 
Frederic Humphrey, 

♦1840 Henry M. Humphrey, 

*1850 Leonard Humphrey, 

Zephaniah Moore Humphrey, 
Charles Morse Hunt, 
Charles Oliver Hunt, 
George Hunt, 
Henry Hastings Hunt, 
Morris Hunt, 

♦1857 Samuel Hunting, 

Daniel Huntington, 
Frederic Dan Huntington, 
Henry Strong Huntington, 
John Myers Huntington, 
John Hussey, 
Lutellus Hussey, 
Alexander Hutchins, 
JohnB. Hutchins. ^ 
Henry C. Hutchinson, 
Henry Elijah Hutchinson, 

♦ISiG Horace Hutchinson, 




Harvard, 


1849« 


Amherst, 


1860. 


Amherstf 


1846. 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Geneva, 


1858. 


Dartmouth, 


I£f62. 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


Hudson, 


1842. 


WilliftmR, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1860. 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Geneva, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Vale, 


1851. 


Urban, 


1835. 


Hudson, 


1844. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Miami, 


1848. 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Amherst, 


1848. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Bowdoin, 


1861. 


Hudson, 


1851. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Hudson, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Amherst, 


1889. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Miami, 


1854. 


Miami, 


1866. 


Williams, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Amherst, 


1868. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1839. 

« 




INDEX. 


* 

Nathaniel Merrill Hutchinson, 


Hudson, 


Prosper Kimball Hutchinson, 


Amherst, 


Cornelius M. Hutton, 


Alabama, 


Alvan Pinnej Hyde, 


Yale, 


Edwin Frank Hyde, 


Manhattan, 


James Nevins Hyde, 


Tale, 


Nathaniel Alden Hyde, 


Tale, 


William Lyman Hyde, 


Bowdoin, 



J. 




Daniel W. Iddings, 


Miami, 


1842. 


Henry Ingalls, 


Bowdoin, 


1841. 


Oscar Brown Ireland, 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


Francis Ives, 


Yale, 


1846. 



I 




Edward Seymour Jackson, 
George William Jackson, 
Jefferson Franklin Jackson, 
Samuel Jackson, 
Charles Pinckney James, 
John Wells James, 
Lewis W. James, 
Edward Janin, 
Dayid Ralph Jaques, * 
John Jay, 

Thomas Allen Jenckes, 
Charles Weston Jenkins, 
Charles Jennison, 
Charles Jerome, 
Edward Miles Jerome, 
Ira Newton Jerome, 
Edward Hurd Jewett, 
Greorge Baker Jewett, 
Samuel J. John, 
Charles Everett Johnson, 
Charles Thurston Johnson, 
Edwin Johnson, 



*1856 Eli Grahame Johnson, 



Peninsular, 


1861. 


Hamilton, , 


1844. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1846. 


Williams, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


185r. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Harvard, v 


1842. 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Williams, 


1860. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1840. 


Miami, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 






1 1 iTyiritf I 




ALPHA DELTA PHI. 




£lias Henry Johnson, 
Henry Johnson, 
Henry Augustinus Johnson, 
Henry Norton Johnson, 
Herrick Johnson, 
Hosmer A. Johnson, 
John Wesley Johnson, 
Luther Johnson, 
*1857 Osgood Johnson, 
Samuel Johnson, 
William Clarkson Johnson, 
Wilbur Fisk Johnston, 
William Curtis Johnston, 
Alfred G. Jones, 
Augustus Turner Jones, 
Charles A. Jones, 
Frederic Rowland Jones, 
Perry Jones, 

Ebenezer Stevens Jordan, 
Edmund Lewis Joy, 
Henry De Witt Joy, 
Davis Wrifeht Judd,' 
Adoniram Brown Judson, 
Elnathan Judson, 



Rochester, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1644. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Harvard, * 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1841. 


Middletown, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1860. 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Williams, 


1863. 


Williams, 


1860. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 



% 



George L. Kalb, 
Anthony Quinton Eeasbey, 
Robert C. Kedzie, 
George W. Keely, 
William Williams Eeene, Jr. 
John Martin Keep, 
*1854 Richard Lawrence Eeese, 
Sidmon Thorne Keese, 
Charles Clarence Tracy Keith, 
Elijah Kellogg, 
Robert R. Kellogg, 
Sanford Brown Kellogg, 
Stephen Wright Kellogg, 
Sylvester Henry Kelsey, 
John Kendall, 



Miami, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Peninsular, 


1851. 


Miami, 


1843. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1860. 


Manhattan, 


1860. 


Bowdoin, 


1840. 


Urban, 


1835. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 



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INDEX. 



j Joshua Kendall, 

*1840 Cotton Mather Kendrick, 
John Mills Eendrick, 
Thomas Kennedy, 
William Sloane Kennedy, 
Charles Kent, 
James Witherspoon Kerr, 
Richard Thomas Kerr, 
Alexander Phoonix Ketchum, 
Charles Keyser, 
James Henry Kidder, 
Charles Kilboum, 
John X. Killen, 
David Mather Kimball, 
Joseph Kimball, 
Martin Luther Kimball, 
Nathaniel Tenney Kimball, 
Hodney Glentworth Kimball, 
Walter Scott Kimball, 
William Cargile Kimball, 
William'Frederick D. Kimball, 
Hiram HoUister Kimpton, 
Archibald Gracie King, 
Henry Melville King, 
James Gore King, 
John King, 
Rufus King, 
Samuel Henry King, 
Frederic John Kingsbury, 
George Henry Kingsbury, 
Oliver Addison Kingsbury, 
Calvin S. Kingsley, 
William Lathrop Kingsley, 
John Coddington Kinney, 
Thomas Kinnicutt^ 
Roland Kinzer, 
♦I860 Jacob Brown Kirby, 

John Lothrop Kirkland, 
Samuel Kirkman, 
James D. Kirkpatrick, 
Benjamin T. Kissam, 
Charles Henry Kitchel, 
Harvey Sheldon Kitchel, 





Harvard, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Kenyon. 




Yale, 


1845. 


Hudson, 


1846. 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Hudson, 


1849. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Rochester, 




Bowxioin, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Miami, 


1854. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Amherst, 


1867. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


Manhattan, 


1854. 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Manhattan, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Bowdoin, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Harvard, 


183a 


Geneva, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Bowdoin, 


1845. 


Yale, 


1860. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Yale, 


' 1856. 


Geneva and Yale, 


1848-9. 


Harvard, 


1649. 


Harvard, 


1650. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Cohirabia, 


1888. ; 


Manhattan, 


1857. 4 


Yale, 


1861. g 




ALPHA BELTA PHI. 



Abbott Eliot Kittredge, 
Edward Augustus Kitzmiller, 
Ngan Yoong Kiung, 
Thomas L. Rnapp, 
Charles McLean Knox, 



Williams, 

Kenyon, 

Kenyon, 

Geneva, 

Manhattan, 




Ghauvet Edmund La Beaume, 
' Francis Dudley Ladd, 
Horatio Oliver Ladd, 
John Johnson Ladd, 
William Spencer Ladd, 
James B. 0. La Grange, 
Arthur Sewall Lake, 

*1852 Richard Lamb, 

'^IS^l Hugh Lancaster, 
Enos T. Landis, 
George McQueen Landon, 
Henry Bishop Landon, 
Cteorge Martin Lane, 
James Pillsbury Lane, 
Benjamin Locke Lang, 
Christopher Columbus Langdell, 
De Witt Langford, 

*1840 George Langford, Jr. 
Oliver E. Lapham, 
Sylvester Lamed, 
John McMurray Landden, 
Lorenzo Latham, 
Francis C. Lathrop, 

*18d7 John Milton Lathrop, 
Mills Ely Lathrop, 
Richard Henry Lawrence, 
James McClyment Lea, 
Orlando Leach, 
Samuel Julius Learned, 
William Law Learned, 
Benjamin Franklin Lee, 
Charles Mortimer Lee, 
George Frederic Lee, 
Luther Maxwell Lee, 

m^9^ 



Harvard, 


1842. 


Bowdoin, 


1841. 


Bowdoin, 


1869- 


Dartmouth, 


, 1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Tale, 


1860. 


Miami, 


1886. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Peninsular, 


1867. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Amherst, 


1867. 


Eenyon. 




Harvard, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1888. 


Williams, 


1866. 


Tale, 


1842. 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1882. 


Tale, 


1866. 


Hamilton, 


1888. 


Urban, 


1839. 


Geneva, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Tale, 


1860. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Tale, 


1841. 


WilliamR, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1860. 


Geneva, • 


1869. 


Tale, 


1864. 



---sffid* 




IKB E X. 



William Henry Leggett, 

*1859 Cuyler Leonard, 

Oliver Beisell Leonard, 
William James Leonard, 
Hiram La Motte Lewis, 
James Lewis, 
John Lewis, 

Thomas Augustus Lewis, 
Welcome Lewis, 
Zechariah Edwards Lewis, 
Heman Lincoln, 
Solomon Lincoln, 
Charles Linderman, 
Jonathan Edwards Linnell, 

*1848 Nathan S. Linnell, 

Stephen l)uncan Linton, 
Edward Lippincott, 
George Warren Lippitt, 
¥ I ^ (, O George Barker Little, 
George Obadiah Little, 
Joseph Brewster Little, 
W. H. Littl^lohn, 
Aaron R. Livermore, 
Joseph Darwin Long, 
Samuel Longfellow, 
Elias Loomis, 
Samuel Loomis, 
Daniel D. Lord, 
George P. Lord^ 
Nathan Lord, Jr. 
.Nathan Lynds Lord, 
Nathaniel Lynd Lord, 
Caleb William Loring, 
Charles Greely Loring, 
Prentiss Lbring, 
Charles Henry Lothrop, 
George Van Ness Lothrop, 
Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, 
Samuel Gurley Love, 
William Delos Lore, 
Hector Voltaire Loring, 
Charles Lowe, 
John G. Lowe, 



Columbia, 

Hudson, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Williams, 

Amherst, 

Columbia, 

Amherst, 

Hamilton, 

Amherst, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Hamilton, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Peninsular, 

Amherst, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Hudson and Yale. 

Hudson, 

Columbia, 

Geneva, 

Dartmouth, 

Hudson, 

Amherst, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Middletown, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Harvard, 

Miami, 




18Sr. 
1843. 
1861. 
1862. 
1852. 
1861. 
1840. 
1859. 
1849. 
1862. 
1840. 
1867. 
1854. 
1844. 
1848. 
1846. 
1848. 
1838. 
1848« 
1860» 
1860. 
1868. 
1838. 
1865. 
1839. 

1849. 
1889. 
1866. 
1851. 
1847. 
1887. 
1889. 
1848. 
1856. 
1862. 
1838. 
1849. 
1845. 
1^8. 
1869. 
1847. 
1838. 



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168 ALPHA DEL'TA PHI. 




Charles Russell Lowell, 


Harvard, 


1864. 


James Russell Lowell, 


Harvard, 


1838. 


John Lowell, 


Harvard, 


1843. 


David Anderson Lowry, 


Ciimherland^ 


1859. 


Dennis Bruce Lyles, 


Yale, 


1867. 


Arthur Theodore Lyman, 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Benjamin Smith Lyman, 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Darius Lyman, Jr. 


Hudson. 




Dwight E. Lyman, 


Columbia, 


1840. 


*1856 Henry Franklin Lyman, 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Henry Munson Lyman, 


Williams, 


1858. 


Theodore Benedict Lyman, 


Hamilton, 


1837. 


*1841 Charles James Lynde, 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1888-.9. 


Charles Rollin Lynde, 


Yale, 


1844. 


♦1841 Watts Sherman Lynde, 


Yale, 


1889. 


William Pitt Lynde, 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1888-9. 


*1858 Aaron Lyon, 


Yale, 


1849. 


Amzi B. Lyon, 


Hudson, 


1853. 


Marcus Lyon, 


Yale, 


1852. 


*IS5S Walter Huntington Lyon, 


Amherst, ' 


1861. 



m- 



Francis Marion McAlister, 

Salmon McCall, 

James McChain, 

James Hoggatt McClain, 

Elliott Spotswood McClung, 

John N. McClung, 

William Logan McClure, 

Isaiah McCoUum, 

Nathaniel McConaughy, 

John McCoy, 

Samuel F. McCoy, 

Adam McCrea, 

Duncan McDonald, 

James Smith McDonald, 

Augustus Rodney Macdonough, 

John R. McDow, 

William Allen McDowell, 

William McGlathery, 

Edward Walker McGraw, 



Brunonian, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


Miami, 


1866. 


Cumberland, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Hudson, 


186L 


Miami, 


1836. 


Miami', 


1839. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Miami, 


18i^9. 


Miami, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Alabama, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Peninsular, 


1859. 



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INDEX. 



169 



Theodore Andrews McGraw, 
James Wilson McGregor, 
Henry L. McGuire, 
Robert Wesley Mcintosh, 
Joseph McKeen, Jr. 
William Gt^rret McKensie, 
William Duncan McKim, 
John Alexander McKlnstry, 
Robert Mackwood, 
Thomas Jefferson McLain, 
Benjamin McLeran, 
John McLoud, 
Ariel McMaster, 
John McMuUen, Jr. 
Henry Watson McNeil, 
Edward Macomb, 
Francis Allen Macomber, 
Henry McVicar, 
Alexander D. McVoy, 
Alexander MacWhorter, 
George Frederic Magoun, 
Charles Augustus Maison, 

♦ Daniel Malony, 

Harrison Maltzberger, 

♦1868 Henry Mandeville, 

George Edward Mann, 
John Manning, 
Lewis D. Manning, 
Carlton Peters Maples, 
Manton Malone Marble, 
Daniel March, 
Francis Andrew March, 
Alexander Marcy, 
George Adams Mark, 
Vincent Marmaduke, 
Fletcher 0. Marsh, 
Ivory W. R. Marsh, 
Wells R. Marsh, 
Arthur Ward Marshall, 
Jonathan Bryan Marshall, 
Robert Morris Marshall, 
Thomas Brainard Marshall, 

*1857 Samuel SherburAe Marston, 



Peninsular, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Hamilton, 

Bowdoin, 

Cumberland, 

Harvard, 

Amherst, 

Rochester, 

Hudson, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Columbia, 

Tale, 

Geneva, 

Rochester, 

Columbia, 

Middletown, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Kenyon, 

Hudson, 

Miami, 

Geneva, 

Rochester, 

Amherst and Yale, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Dartmouth, 

Peninsular, 

Dartmouth, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Dartmouth, 



1859. 

1862. 

1846. 

1862. 

1863. 

1861. 

1852. 

1888. 

1861. 

1859. 

1862. 

1848. 

1856. 

1837. 

1852. 

1862. 

1859. 

1836. 

1856. 

1842. 

1841. 

1844. 

1885. 

1862. 

1885. 

1862. 

1847. 

1857. 

1848. 

1855. 

1839-40. 

1845. 

1859. 

1862. 

1852. 

1845. 

1857. 

1848. 

1846. 

1838. 

1851. 

1861. 

1855. 



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— ^-tt^aKlC 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Alexander Martin, 
Benjamin Ellis Martin, 
Charles Martin, 
Henry Clay Martin, 
Solomon Claiborne Martin, 
Francis Asbury Mason, 
James Wier Mason, 
Truman Mason, 
Benjamin Franklin Mather, 
Edwin Nathaniel Mathes, 
William Agur Matson, 
D wight May, 
John Walker May, 
Joseph May, 
Edward Maynard, 
Horace Maynard, 
Archibald Mayo, 
Edward Hanson Mayo, 
Herman B. Mayo, 

* John Noyes Mead, 

George Jarvis Means, 
John Oliver Means, 
Joshua Mellen, 
William Augustus Meloy, 
Charles Heber Mendenhall, 
E. T. Mendenhall, 
John L. D. Mercer, 
Henry Smith Merchant, 

♦1853 Donatus Merrill, 

Frank Benjamin Merrill, 
Henry Dwight Merrill, 
James Cushing Merrill, 

*1855 William Ludemay Merriss, 
John S. Merriweather, 
Almon Baxter Merwin, 
Milton Hervey Merwin, 
Nathan Tibbals Merwin, 
Samuel John Mills Merwin, 
Richard Smith Mesick, 
Orrick Metcal^ 

r Ralph Izard Middleton, Jr. 
William Gourlay Millar, 
Alfred Bolivar Miller, 



Peninsular, 


1855. 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Geneva, 


1843. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


• Bowdoin, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Miami, 


1861. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


Bowdoin, 


1843. 


Brunonian, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Kenyon, 


1863. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Alabama, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Dartmouth, 


I860: 


Geneva, . 


1860. 


Yale, 


1856. 








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INDEX. 



Anson Stow Miller, 
Charles Dudley Miller, 
Charles Rollin Miller, 
Henry Giles Miller, 
Joseph Miller, 
Oliver Wilier, 
Samuel Fisher Miller, 
Samuel Franklin Miller, 
Harvey William Milligan, 
Alfred Mills, 
George Franklin Mills, 
James Kellogg Mills, 
Charles Edward Milnor, 
William Frederick Milton, 
William J. Mims, 
Henry Erwin Miner, 
Donald Grant Mitchell, 
Frederick William Mitchell, 

*1848 James S. Mitchell, 

James Tyndalo Mitchell, 
Jethro Green Mitchell, 
Joseph Sydney Mitchell, 
Robert Jay Mitchell, 
Roland Greene Mitchell, 
Thomas Wickham Mizner, 
Benjamin Mocke, 
James C. Moffat, 
William H. Moffat, 
John Monteith, 

* Alexander Montgomery, 

George Mooar, 
Charles Dummer Moody, 
Eugene Pope Moore, 
Henry Kingsbury Moore, 
James Robinson Moore, 
Nathan Wheaton Moore, 
Richard Channing Moore, 
Robert Moore, 
Robert S. Moore, 
Walter Burrit Moore, 
William A. Moore, 
William B. Moore, 




Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Peninsular, 

Hamilton, 

Miami, 

Dartmouth, 

Amherst, 

Hamilton, 

Williams, 

Yale, 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Urban, 

Harvard, 

Alabama, 

Williams, 

Yale, 

Williams, 

Peninsular, 

Harvard, 

Hamilton, 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Manhattan, 

Geneva, 

Alabama, 

Miami, 

Geneva, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Williams, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Middletown, 

Brunonian, 

Hamilton, 

Miami, 

Peninsular, 

Rochester, 

Miami, 

Miami, 



1835. 

1837. 

1858. 

1848. 

1839. 

1848. 

1848. 

1852. 

1853. 

1847. 

1862. 

1851. 

1838. 

1858. 

1855. 

1855. 

1841. 

1862. 

1846. 

1855. 

1862. 

1863. 

1856. 

1861. 

1854. 

1868. 

1835. 

1859. 

1856. 

1887. 

1851. 

1859. 

1856. 

1861. 

1863. 

1852. 

1856. 

1858. 

1858. 

1861. 

1839. 

1843. 




fVy^^" 



172 



ALPHA DXLtA PHI. 



■-— ?«^aK||f 



•— "William Henry Moore, 
Elawson Carry More, 
John Morehead, 

*1867 Edward Christopher Morgan, 
Homer Bartlett Morgan, 
Horace Hills Morgan, 
Morris Barker Morgan, 
Pollard McC. Morgan, 
Edward Dafydd Morris, 
George Bliss Morris, 
Frank S. Morrisett, 
Nathan Jackson Morrison, 
John Herschel Morron, 
Andrew Bigelow Morse, 
Bennett Warner Morse, 
Gilbert Livingston Morse, 
James Otis Morse, Jr. 
Jason Morse, 
Moses Leland Morse, 
Oliver Andrew Morse, 
Sidney Edwards Morse, 
Edwin Morton, 
Marcus Morton, Jr. 

^ISdS Nathaniel Morton, 

Benjamin Franklin Moses, 
Galen Clapp Moses, 
Thomas Freeman Moses, 
James F. Mowe, 
William Augustus Mowry, 
Samuel Buel Mulford, 
Sylvanus Sanford Mulford, 
Marion Francis Mulkey, 
William B. Mumbrute, 
Ezekiel Wilson Mundy, 

♦1850 John Munn, 

Charles W. Munroe, 
Edward B. Munsell, 
Seth Miller Murdock, 
William Read Murdock, 
Charles Frederick Mussey, 



Rochester, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Geneva and W illiam^, 1 859. 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Alabama, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Brunonian, 


1840. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1862. 


• 

Hamilton, 


1850. 


Rochester, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 



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INB KX. 



Chas. Pinckney Haldbrook Nason, Williams, 

Horace Neid^, 

Henry Baker Neil, 

William A. Nettleton, 

George B. Newcomb, 

William Whiting Newell, 
♦1853 George Harrison Newhall, 

Horatio Gheever Newhall, 

Shirlock Andrews Newkirk, 

Ellis James Newlin, 

Charles Newman, 

Hubert Anson Newton, 

Isaac Sprague Newton, 

Thomas Prather Nicholas, 

Charles Augustus Nichols, 

Edward Payson Nichols, 

Erasmus Darwin Nichols, 

William Niles, 

William Watson Niles, 
* William Nisbet, 

Frederic Alphonso Noble, 

John Noble, 

George Augustus Nolen, 

James Nooney, Jr. 
♦1857 George Walter Norris, 

John Norris, 

William Henry Norris, 

William Herbert Norris, 

Edward North, 

Josiah Wilcox North, 

Birdsey Grant Northrup, 

Henry Davenport Northrop, 

Ansel Judd Northrup, 

Milton Harlow Northrup, 

Henry J. Nott, 

James D. Nott, 
♦1864 John Frederic Nourse, 

Edward Follansbee Noyes, 

Edwin Noyes, 

James Oscar Noyes, 




, Williams, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Bowdoin,' 


1847. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Williams, 


1856. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Williams, 


1860. 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Williams, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Williams, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Geneva, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Hudson. 




Harvard, 


1852. 


Kenyon, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1841. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1860. 


Alabama, 


1857. 


Alabama, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Brunonian, 


1837. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 



*^^»"^JUJ 





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174 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Jonathan Lovejoy Noyes, 
Samuel Aiken Noyes, 
Rufus Nutting, 
William J. G. Nutting, 



— ^-^'SfSftS^ 



Yale, 


1852. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Hudson, 


1856. 



®. 



Charles Henry O'Connor, 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Meredith L. Ogden, 


Geneva, 


1854. 


Chauncey N. Olds, 


Miami, 


1836. 


DeWees Ogden, 


Yale, 


1858. 


John Davidson Ogilvie, 


Cumberland, 


1858. 


William Woodruff Olds, 


Miami, 


1862. 


James Edward Oliver, 


Harvard, 


1849. 


M. Wade Oliver, 


Miami, 


1847. 


Warner S. Oliver, 


Miami, 


1857. 


Edward Olmstead, 


Yale, 


1845. 


John Palmer Olney, 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


*1854 Daniel Henry Ordway, 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Oronhyatehka, 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


Edward Francis Baxter Orton, 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Alfred Gideon Otis, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


E. A. Otis, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


John Grant Otis, 


Williams, 


1860. 


*1846 Stephen Franklin Otis, 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


* Virgil Lewis Oviatt, 


Hudson, 


1851. 


Edward Livingston Owen, 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


William Henry Owen, 


iBowdoin, 


1851. 



i. 



Abel Kingman Packard, 
♦1842 George Washington Packard, 
George P. Taft Padelford, 
Jesse William Page, 
W. W. Page, 
Henry Falsom Paige, 
Charles Goodell Paine, 
*1858 George Burgess Paine, 
John Alsop Paine, 
Charles Myron Palmer, 



Amherst, 


1845. 


Brunonian, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Bowdoin, 


• 1842. 


Miami, 


1857. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 





INDEX 




Charles Ray Palmer, 
Edward S. Palmer, 
George Harrison Palmer, 
Gideon Stetson Palmer, 
James Henry Palmer, 
Joshua Sears Palmer, 
Ray Palmer, 
T» R. B. Palmer, 
Edwin Henry Pancost, 
Charles Pardee, 
Robert Nathan Parke, 
Arthur Boyd Parker, 
Charles E. Parker, 
Ezra Knight Parker, 
Francis Edward Parker, 
Isaac Augustus Parker, 
Samuel W. Parker, 
Tudor H. Parker, 
George Francis Parkman, 
David Little Parmelee, 
Benjamin Franklin Parsons, 
Charles Ashbel Parsons, 
George M. Parsons, 
Lorenzo Parsons, 
Orrin Parsons, 
Theodore Stewart Parsons, 
Rufus Patch, 
Joseph Hurlbut Patten, 
George Herbert Patterson, 
Joab Nelson Patterson, 
Philo M. Patterson, 
Stephen Patterson, 
John Paul, 
Abraham Payne, 
Albert Bronson Payne, 
William Pryor Payne, 
George Payson, 
Luther Burr Pearsall, 
Edmund Morris Pease, 
Charles Henry Peck, 
George Washington Peck, 
Henry S. Peck, 



♦1847 Linus Mead Peck, 



Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Dartmouth, 

Bowdoin. 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Rochester, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 

Miami, 

Geneva, 

Dartmouth, 

Harvard, 

Dartmouth, 

Miami. 

Miami, 

Harvard, 

Hamilton, 

Williams, 

Hamilton, 

Miami, 

Hamilton, 

Peninsular, 

Hamilton, 

Hudson, 

Brunonian, 

Geneva, 

Dartmouth, 

Geneva, 

Urban, 

Dartmouth, 

Brunonian, 

Kenyon, 

Kenyon, 

Bowdoin, 

Geneva and Dart., 

Amherst, 

Union, 

Brunonian, 

Alabama, 

Hamilton, 



175 



1855. 
1849. 
1846. 

i85r. 

1844. 
1837. 
1847. 
1862. 
1854. 
1848. 
1860. 
1857. 
1857. 
1841. 
1853. 

1858. 

1844. 

1851. 

1858. 

1842. 

1837. 

1833. 

1859. 

1845. 

1841. 

1858. 

1858. 

1860. 

1858. 

1838. 

1847. 

1840. 

1861. 

1863. 

1843. 

1859-60. 

1854. 

1859. 

1837. 

1855. 

1841. 




ALPQA DELTA PHI. 



.9 



♦1859 



*1854 



*1866 



♦1848 




Roscoe Peck, 

Tracy Peck, Jr. 

Whitman Peck, 

WiUiam Ball Peck, 

Joseph Peckham, 

Samuel W. Pegues, 

Edward Brooks Peirson, 

William Tilden Pelton, 

Abram Morris Pence, 

William Pennington, 

Benjamin Franklin P^nny, 

George Dana Boardman Pepper, 

Jacob Perkins, 

James Amory Perkins, 

James H. Perkins, 

John Perkins, 

Stephen George Perkins, 

William Perkins, 

Henry Martyn Perrin, 

Arthur Latham Perry, 

Charles Perry, 

Edward A. Perry, 

Elijah Perry, 

Horatio Justus Perry, 

De Witt Clinton Peters, 

Hugh Florian Peters, 

John Andrew Peters, 

Joseph Augustus Peters, 

Benjamin W. Pettibone, 

Ira Welch Pettibone, 

E. A. Pharr, 

Austin A. Phelps, 

Edwin Phelps, 

Delos Phillips, 

George William Phillips, 

John Wyman Phillips, 

Stephen Henry Phillips, 

Elihu Phinney, 

George Henry Piatt, 

Edward Henry Pierce, 

Edward Willard Pierce, 

George Barron Pierce, 

James Pierce, 



Alabama, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Alabama, 

Harvard, 

Williams, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Harvard, • 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Geneva, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Rochester, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Alabama, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Peninsular, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Rochester, 

Amherst, 

Hudson, 

Harvard, 





INDEX. 



177 



Elijah H. Pilcher, 
Alfred Plant, 
Charles Henry Piatt, 
George Lewis Piatt, 
James Augustus Piatt, 
♦1859 Franklin La Fayette Plympton, 
Samuel Marsh Plympton, 
Albert Hale Plumb, 
William R. Plunkett, 
Samuel Thiane Poinier, 
Samuel Strong Pomeroy, 
Theodore Medad Pomeroy, 
Benjamin Wisner Pond, 
Francis Metcalf Pond, 
William Frederic Poole, 
David Gustavus Porter, 
Edward Griffin Porter, 
George Loring Porter, 
Henry Kirko Porter, 
James William Porter, 
Lansing Porter, 
Peter Augustus Porter, 
Benjamin P. Portis, 
Henry Albertson Post, 
Henry McClure Post, 
Hoyt Post, 
James Alexis Post, 
Alvah Kimball Potter, 
James Brown Mason Potter, 
Leander Hubbell Potter, 
Walter McDuffle Potter, 
William James Potter, 
Thomas Stoughton Potwin, 
Wilson Marcy Powell, 
Stephen Powers, 
Orville W. Powers, 
Charles Henry Pratt, 
Electus Abijah Pratt, 
George Pratt, 
Henry Andrews Pratt, 
James Pepper Pratt, 
John W. Pratt, 

Joseph Porter Pratt, 

23 



Peninsular, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 

Geneva, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Brunonian^ 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Bowdoin, 

Brunonian, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Brunonian, 

Brunonian, 

Cumberland, 

Hamilton, 

• 

Harvard, 

Miami, 

Manhattan, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Dartmouth, 

Brunonian, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Union, 

Peninsular, 

Middletown, 

Manhattan, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Brunonian, 



1849. 

1847. 

1889. 

1841. 

1835. 

1848. 

1846. 

1856. 

1854. 

1859. 

1835. 

1842. 

1857. 

1860. 

1849. 

1857. 

1858. 

1859. 

1860. 

1858. 

1838. 

1846. 

1842. 

1855. 

1861. 

1861. 

1861. 

1862. 

1839. 

1854. 

1859. 

1854. 

1861. 

1859. 

1863. 

1856. 

1856. 

1858. 

1865. 

1858. 

1861. 

1838. 

1859. 




178 ALPHA DELTA PHI. 


Seth Parsons Pratt, 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


% Theodore C. Pratt, 


Amherst, 


1857. 


James Willard Preston, 


Amherst, 


1889. 


Sylvanus Slack Preston, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Samuel Harrison Price, 


Amherst, 


1839. 


♦1858 Sylvanus Chickering Priest, 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Joseph Addison Prindle, 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Edward J. Pringle, 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Peter Van Schaack Pruyn, 


Union, 


1860. 


George E. Pugh, 


Miami, 


1840. 


*' Jordan A. Pugh, 


Miami, 


1851. 


James Henry Pullman, 


Manhattan, 


1861. 


John W esley Pullman, 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Joseph Pullman, 


Middletowu, 


1863. 


Charles Thomas Purnell, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Arthur Alwyn Putnam, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Daniel Putnam, 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


George Putnam, 


Harvard, 


1854. 


James Osborn Putnam, 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Joseph Robie Putnam, 


Williams, 


1858. 






Elihu Thayer Quimby, 
William E. Quimby, 



Dartmouth, 
Peninsular, 



1851. 
1858. 



3* 



Joseph Fitz Randolph, 
*1860 Robert Rankin, 

William V. V. Rapalje, 
Arthur Barker Rathbun, 
George Oscar Rathbun, 
John Rayburn, 
John H. Raymond, 
John Meredith Read, Jr. 
Matthew Canfield Read, 
Timothy Henry Rearden, 
Samuel Reber, 
Charles William Reding, 
William H. Redwood, 
Colton Joseph Reed, 



Jj|^t?»8— 



Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Williams, 


1866. 


Rochester, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Cumberland, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1837. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Kenypn, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1837. 


Brunonian, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Union, 


1860. 



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I INDEX. 


179 


o ~~- 

Edwin Rensselaer Reed, 


Yale, 


. 1859. 




George Milton Reed, 


Amherst, 


1862. 




Hugh T. Reed, 


Miami, 


1888. 




Jedediah Harris Reed, 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 




*1846 William Barrett Reed, 


Amherst, 


1837. 




Jared Reid, ' 


Yale, 


1846. 




Charles RoUin Remington, 


Geneva, 


1854. 




James Henry Remington, 


Brunonian, 


1862. 




De Witt Rexford, 


Hamilton, 


1844. 




John Phillips Reynolds, 


Harvard, 


1845. 




Milton W. Reynolds, 


Peninsular, 


3856. 




Robert Barnwell Rhett, 


Harvard, 


1849. 




Carlos Fernando Ribeiro, 


Yale, 


1838. 




* Charles S. Rice, 


Hamilton, 


1839. 




Daniel Rice, 


Amherst, 


1837. 




Francis F6n61on Rice, 


Union, 


1860. 




Howard Malcom Rice, 


Brunonian, 


1860. 




Stillman Rice, 


Amherst, 


1856. 




T^lUiam Henry Rice, 


Yale, 


1859. 




John Rich, 


Bowdoin, 


1861. 




Thomas Hill Rich, 


Bowdoin, 


1848. 




Channing Richards, 


Yale, 


1858. 




George Richards, 


Yale, 


1840. 




*1858 James Austin Richards, 


Amherst, 


1851. 




John Richards, 


Peninsular, 


1857. 




David Plunkett Richardson, 


Yale, 


1856. 




James Bailey Richardson, 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 




Robert Mark Richardson, 


Hamilton, 


1843. 




♦^1862 Wm. Henry Harrison Richardson, 


Dartmouth, 


1850. 




Warren Elias Richmond, 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 




John Wallace Riddle, 


Yale, 


1859. 




Franklin Samuel Rising, 


Manhattan, 


1856. 




Thomas Gardner Ritch, 


, Yale, 


1854. 




Aaron Rittenhouse, 


Middletown, 


1861. 




John Hunter Robb, 


Yale, 


1843. 




George Appleton Robbins, 


Yale, 


1847. 




Nathaniel Augustus Robbins, 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 




Frederick Robert, 


Manhattan, 


1860. 




Albert Backus Roberts, 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


} Charles Roberts, Jr. 


Manhattan, 


1862. 


; Ellis Henry Roberts, 


Yale, 


1850. 


o * 


i John Sinclair Roberts, 


Manhattan, 


1857. 





ALPHA BXSLTA PHI. 



William Jay Roberts, 
Charles Robinson, 
Charles Edward Robinson, 
Franklin Marvin Robinson, 
Norinan Robinson, 
Otis Hall Robinson, 
William Mason Robinson, 

*1850 William Willshire Robinson, 
Thomas Fortescue Rochester, 
Alphonso David Rockwell, 
• Joel Edson Rockwell, 
John Rockwell, 
Samuel Andrews Rodgers, 
Thomas R. Rodman, 
Andrew Roe, 
Alexander H. Rogers, 
Ebenezer P. Rogers, 
Edward Ashton Rollins, 
Benjamin Romaine, Jr. 
William Romer, 

♦1855 Henry Dwight Root, 
Oren Root, 

John Codman Ropes, 
William Ladd Ropes, 
Jonathan Ross, 
Francis Morgan Rotch, 
George Carr Round, 
John Emory Round, 
Lyman Sibley Rowland, 
William Leonard Rowland, 
Clark Esek King Royce, 
George Edward Royes, 
Charles Henry Roys, 
Edwin Rush Ruggles, 
Thomas Hastings Russell, 
William Goodwin Russell, 



Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Kenyon, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Cumberland, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1857. 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Columbia, 


1888. 


Middletown, 


18 58. 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


' 1855. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Williams, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Harvard, 


1840. 




^. 



Pompeio Ascen^o de Sa, 
Francis Wallingford Sabine, 
George Blagden Safford, 



Yale, 


1841. 


Bowdoin, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1852. 





INDEX. 



Adoniram Judson Sage, 
Edwin Oren Sage, 
George B. St. John, 

* Rufus Hawley St John, 

Samuel St. John, 
Samuel Wilder Salisbury, 
Almon Sampson, 
George Whitefield Samson, 
Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 
John Sanborn, 
John Jay Sanborn, 
George Anthony Sanders, 
John Chapin Sanders, 

*1854: Randolph De Fopest Sanders, 
William Davis Sanders, 
Walter Seabury Sands, 
Edwin Francis Sandys, 
Baalis Sanford, 
Charles Frederic Sanford, 
Elliot Sanford, 
Henry Seymour Sanford, 
John Elliott Sanford, 
Richard Kingsbury Sanford, 
Simon Greenleaf Sanger, 
Roger Moses Sargent, 
James Augustus Saunderson, 
Edward Savage, 
James M. Savage, 
James Woodruff Savage, 
Henry M. Saville, 
Artcmus Wyman Sawyer, 
Everett Reuben Sawyer, 
George Carlton Sawyer, 
Joel Swain Sawyer, 
John Sayles, 
John Riner Saylor, 
Milton Saylor, 
Nelson Saylor, 
Charles Woodman Scates, 
Francis Ritter Schmucker, 
James Henry Schneider, 
Guy Bryan Schott, 
Charles Brother Schuyler, 




Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Yale, 

Hudson, 

Hudson. 

Geneva, 

Hudson, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

MiddletowD, 

Dartmouth, 

Williams, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Hudson, 

Manhattan, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Hamilton, 

Harvard, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Rochester, 

Harvard, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Union, 

Harvard, 

Hudson, 

Hamilton, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Geneva, 




1849. 
1849. 
1839. 
1855. 
1859. 
1862. 
1861. 
1864. 
1849. 
1845. 
1858. 
1857. 
1845. 
1847. 
1861. 
1852. 
1851. 
1844. 
1848. 
1846. 
1859. 
1860. 
1852. 
1847. 
1856. 
1847. 
1860. 
1865. 
1848. 
1844. 
1860, 
1852. 
1857. 
1888. 
1861. 
1860. 
1841. 
1862. 




w^3«^5'^^- ■ •^*j^)gwim 

182 ALPHA DELTA PHI. 


Glenni William Scofield, 


Hamilton, 


1840. 


James V. Scofield, 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Eben Greenough Scott, 


V:ale, 


1858. 


Joseph Higley Scott, 


Hudson, 


1846. 


Frederick Scoville, 


Hamilton, 


1868. 


Samuel ScoTille, 


Yale, 


1867. 


Ezekiel Carman Scudder, 


Hudson, 


1850. 


Jared Waterbury Scudder, 


Hudson, 


1860. 


James Alfred Seaman, 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


James Allison Searight, 


Kenyon, 


1863. 


Dayton Wyckoff Searle, 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Charles Henry Sears, 


Union, 


1860. 


Philip Howe Sears, 


Harvard, 


1844. 


William H. Seaver, 


Geneva, 


1856. 


* Charles Sedgwick, Jr. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


* Henry Dwight Sedgwick, 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Henry Maurice Seely, 


Yale, 


1857. 


Raymond Hoyt Seely, 


Urban, 


1839. 


Samuel Taylor Scelye, 


Hudson, 


1843. 


James S. Seibold, 


Yale, 


1857. 


Frank Sewall, 


Bowdoin, 


1858. 


John Smyth Sewall, 


Bowdoin, 


1860. 


Jotham Bradbury Sewall, 


Bowdoin, 


1848. 


Clarence Armstrong Seward, 


Geneva, 


1848. 


*1859 Frederick Dwight Seward, 


Hamilton, 


1868. 


Hiram C. Sexton, 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Edward Woodruff Seymour, 


Yale, 


1853. 


Nathan Perkins Seymour, 


Hudson. 




Storrs Ozias Seymour, 


Yale, 


1857. 


John Cockerille ShacJtleford, 


Yale, 


1854. 


Jacob H. Sharp, . 


Alabama, 


1863. 


Edgar Sharpe, 


Eenyon, 


1863. 


Elijah C. Shattuck, 


Amherst, 


1850. 


George Otis Shattuck, 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Augustus Chesterman Shaw, 


Rochester, 


1861. 


■^1859 Donald Shaw, 


Yale, 


1866. 


♦1851 Joseph Coolidge Shaw, 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Samuel Savage Shaw, 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Edward A. Sheldon, 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Isaac Esluck Sheldon, 


Rochester, 


1857. 


Rufus Sheldon, 


Hamilton, 


1863. 


Winthrop Dudley Sheldon, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Edward Olcott Shepard, 


Amherst, 


1860. 

C-^CiA 



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INDEX. 



Hiram Pliny Shepard, 
Luther Dimmick Shepard, 
Daniel Shepardson, 
Daniel Shepardson, Jr. 
Theodore Warren Sheppard, 
George Sherman, 
John D. Sherwood, 
*1841 Joseph Sackett Sherwood, 
George K. Shiel, 
Nathaniel Shipman, 
George Shiras, 

Lazarus Denison Shoemaker, 
Daniel Lewis Shorey, 
Frank Howard Shorey, 
Eli Sims Shorter, 
Andrew Shuman, 
Henry Ward Siglar, 
George Griswold Sill, 
John M. B. Sill, 
Charles Francis Simmons, 
John Wesley Simonds, 
Bartholomew Skaats, 
John Parker Skeele, 
James Avery Skinner, 
John Warburton Skinner, 
Frederick Jarvis Slade, 
Horatio Nelson Slater, Jr. 
William James Slauson, 
John Onins Slay, 
Charles Bohn Slingluff) 
Henry King Sloan, 
George Washburn Smalley, 
William V. Smeltzer, 
Albert Dodge Smith, 
Benjamin Hale Smith, 
Bently Howard Smith, 
Charles Edward Smith, 
Charles Pales Smith, 
Curtis B. M. Smith, 
Francis Asbury Smith, 
George H. Smith, 
Hadyn Kellogg Smith, 
Henry Boynton Smith, 



Middletown, 
Amherst, 
Amherst, 
Brunonian, 
Rochester, 
Peninsular, 
Yale, 
Hamilton, 
Miami, 
Yale, 
Yale, 
Yale, 

Dartmouth, 
Dart and Harvard, 
Yale, 
Hamilton, 
Yale, 
'Yale, 
Peninsular, 
Harvard, 
Bowdoin, 
Geneva, 
Bowdoin, 
Hamilton, ' 
Yale, 

Manhattan, 
Brunonian, 
Manhattan, 
Yale, 
Yale, 

Manhattan, 
Yale, 
Miami, 
Manhattan, 
Brunonian, 
Amherst, 
Rochester, 
Amherst, 
Amherst, 
Middletown, 
Geneva, 
Yale, 
Bowdoin, 




1858. 

1862. 

1839. 

1841. 

1860. 

1863. 

1839. 

1840. 

1842. 

1848. 

1853. 

1840. 

1851. 

1858. 

1843. 

1855. 

1860. 

1852. 

1857. 

1841,. 

1854. 

1845. 

1845. 

1857. 

1843. 

1861. 

1854. 

1862. 

1859. 

1859. 

1858. 

1853. 

1858. 

1862. 

1857. 

1851. 

I860. 

183a 

1837. 

1859.* 

1848. 

1858. 

1842. 



3|yiPi«-— 



-»i«afi 




■^"WtMRim 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Henry Lewis Smith, 
Henry Walworth Smithy 
Horace Payson Smith, 
Howard Smith, 
Isaac William Smith, 
J. E. Smith, 
Jeremiah Smith, 

*185d John Adams Smith, 
John Byington Smith, 
John Donnell Smith, 

♦1843 John Finley Smith, 
J. Wheaton Smith, 
Joseph Few Smith, 
Levi Ward Smith, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Rohcrt G. Smith, 
Robert Clinton Smith, 
Samuel Abbot Smith, 
Samuel M. Smith, 
Sutherland Douglass Smith, 
Vincent Henry Smith, 
Wilder Smith, 

*1850 Willaim Smith, 

William Henry L. Smith, 
Winfield Smith, 
George Harvey Snell, 
Benjamin Bradford Snow, 

' Benjamin Galen Scow, 

Charles Henry Boylston Snow, 
Cyrus A. Snow, 
David Bassett Si!ow, 
Joseph C. Snow, 
Hoyes Loyd Snowdon, 
Henderson M. Somerville, 
Augustus Lord Soule, 
Nicholas Emery Soule, 
Arthur John Clark Sowdon, 

♦1849 William Alexander Sparks, 
Alexander Spaulding, 
Erastus Wooster Spaulding, 
Samuel Thompson Spaulding, 
Ellis Spear, 
Almon Spencer, 

mti'^r^ 



Union, 


1860. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Dartmouth^ 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1854, 


Rochester, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1884. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1840. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1888-9 


Yale, 


1854. 


Miami, 


1837. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Miami, 


1836. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Bowdoin, 


1850. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1862. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Alabama, 


1856. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1837. 


Hamilton, 


. 1846. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1889. 


Bowdoin, 


1858. 


Hudson, 


1852. 



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INDEX. 



Francis Asbury Spencer, 
Hamilton Spencer, 
James Edmonds Spencer, 

*1861 John Laurens Spencer, 
Thomas Rush Spencer, 
Samuel G. Spiva, 
Henry Martyn Spofford^ 
Albert Arnold Sprague, 
Charles Ezra Sprague, 
John Thomas Spriggs, 
Frank Asbury Sprii^ger, 
Watson Caryasso Squire, 
Henry Taylor Staats, 
Gustavus Augustus Stanley, 
John Thomas Stanley, 
William Stanley, 
Benjamin Stanton, 
Edward Stanwood, 
Hamilton Barclay Staples, 
Isaac W. Starbird, 
' ' James W. Stark, 

John Armitage Staunton, 
Benjamin F. Stead, 
Horatio Stebbins, 
Milan Cyrus Stebbins, 
Frank Steele, 
Henry Thornton Steele, 
John J. Steele, 
Robert W. Steele, 
"William Henry Steele, 
Schuyler Bliss Steere, 
Francis Norton Sterling, 
John G. Stetson, 
Edward Oliver Stevens, 
Henry Augustus Stevens, 
Homer Bemis Stevens, 
John Sanborn Stevens, 
William Bacon Stevens, 

♦1859 Benjamin David Stewart, 

Charles Stewart, 

James Stewart, Jr. 

Morse Stewart, 

Samuel Barrett Stewart, 

24 



Miauri, 


1860. 


Hamilton, 


1834. 


Rochester, 


1851. 


Amherst, 


1848. 


Geneva, 


1838. 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Union, 


1860. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Middletown, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


18^9. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Bowdoin, 


1867. 


Bowdoin, 


' 1849. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Bowdoin, 


1848. 


Bowdoin, 


1861. 


Brunonian, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


Geneva, 


1868. 


Urban, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Yale, 


184a 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Bowdoin, 


1864. 


Brunonian, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Williams, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Dartmouth. 




Cumberland, 


1860. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Geneva, 


1840. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 






ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



John Bufflngton Stfckney, 

'^1856 Franklin Osgood Stiles^ 
Samuel Martin Stiles, 
William Augustus Stiles, 
Charles Janeway Still6, 
Henry Smith Stockbridge, 
Abner Chase Stockin, 
Charles Henry Stocking, 
Gilbert Miles Stocking, 

*1857 David Tappan Stoddard, 
0. N. Stoddard, 
William Osborn Stoddard, 
Edward Collins Stone, 
James Farrar Stone, 
Timothy Porter Stone, 
Henry Dwight Storrs, 

*1862 Henry Lemuel Storrs, 
Henry Martyn Storrs, 
Melancthon Storrs, 
Richard Salter Storrs, 
Richard Salter Storrs, Jr, 
Byron Gray Stout, 
William W. Stow, 
Timothy Stowe, 
Charles Nelson Stowers, 
David J. Strain, 
Alfred B. Street, 
Thomas Adkins Street, 
George Templeton Strong, 
Henry Strong, 
Myron Hopkins Strong, 
Sidney Strong, 
Sylvester Emory Strong, 
Edward Whittlesey Stuart, 
George Stuart, 

♦1856 Julius Walker Stuart, 

David Brainard Sturges, 
Stephen Buckingham Sturges, 

♦1859 Wilson Sturges, 
Appleton Sturgis, 
Russell Sturgis, Jr. 
Algernon Sidney Sullivan, 

♦1862 George Sumner, Jr. 




Yale, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Middletown, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1889. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1888. 


Miami, 


1886. 


Rochester, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Williams, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Hamilton, 


1883. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1868. 


Amherst, 


18391 


Peninsular, 


1851. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Amherst, 


184r. 


Middletown, 


1860. 


Miami, 


1856. 


Hamilton, 


1843. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Columbia, 


1838. 


Penin. and Roch. 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1858. 


Hudson, 


1863. 


Middletown, 


1860. 


Hudson, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Geneva, 


1856. 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1839. 



||JtS»S— 




j John L. Sutherland, 

) *1852 Joseph Walworth Sutphen, 
John H. Swaby, 
William Fellows Swain, 
Charles Edward Swan, 
(jeorge Swan, 
Richard Wenman Swan, 
Arthur Swazey, 
Henry Adoniram Swift, 
David Swing, * 

James Oswald Swinney, 



INDEX. 



^. 



William Henry Tabb, 
Sylvenus Adin Taft, 
Thomas Hammond Talbot, 
John Butler Talcott, 
Thomas Grosvenor Talcott, 
Thomas L. Winthrop Tappan, 
H. Sumner Tarbell, 
Increase Niles Tarboz, 
Luther Goulding Tarbox, 
Joseph Tabor Tatum, 
Alfred Judd Taylor, 
Charles A. Taylor, 
Cornelius H. Taylor, 
Horace Sedgwick Taylor, 
Horace W. Taylor, 
Hugh Woodruff Taylor, 
Jacob Edwin Taylor, 
James Wickes Taylor, 
Martyn Taylor, 
Richard Taylor, 
Robert Eveleigh Taylor, 
Stephen Gkile Taylor, 
*1858 Sylvanus Aldrich Taylor, 
William Taylor, 

r William Howell Taylor, 
Gilbert Charles Tebbetts, 
Charles L. Telford, 
Jackson Temple, 



GeneVa, 

Hamilton, 

Geneva, 

Dartmouth, 

fiowdoin, 

Miami, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Hudson, 

Miami, 

Yale, 




Cumberland, 


1860. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1846. 


V'ale, 


1888. 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1889. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1869. 


!k:ale. 


1860. 


Hudson, 


1846,* 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Amherst, 


1848. 


Geneva, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


1861. 


Miami, 


1836. 


Williams, 


1851. 






' J "1. 






ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



John B. Temple, 
Josiah Augustus Temple, 
Alvan Tenney, 
Edward Tenney, 
George Tenney, 
Ira Cole Terry, 
Henry Wolcott Thayer, 
James Bradley Thayer, 
James Smith Thayer, 
William Sydney Thayer, 
Walter Scott Thomas, 
William Irving Thomas, Jr. 
Amherst Lord Thompson, 
Charles Oliver Thompson, 
Henry Hun Thompson, 
Jacoh Hall Thompson, 
John Howland Thompson, 
Joseph Parrish Thompson, 
William Augustus Thompson, 
Alexander McAllister Thorbum, 
Samuel Lothrop Thorndike, 
William Thorndike, 
Joseph B. Thornton, 
Wallace Walter Thorpe, 
Joseph L. Thorton, 
Charles Woodbury Thrasher, 
^ John Deshon Thurston, 
Thomas Gairdner Thurston, 
Francis Tiffany, 
George Peabody Tiffany, 
John Boies Tileston, 
George P. Tindall, 
*1849 James W. Tindall, 
James H. Tinkham, 
Joseph Titcomb, / 

Salathiel Harrison Tobey, 
James Russell Tolbert, 
Truman Tomson, 
Joseph Lybrant Topham, 
Robert Noxon Toppan, 
Jared Sidney Torrance, 
David Torrey, 
Samuel Holden Torrey, 




Miami, 


1836. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1848. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Hudson, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1888. 


Harvard, 


1860. 


Miami, 


I860. 


Miami, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1843. 


Bowdoin, 


1860. 


Amherst, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Dartmouth, 


1860. 


Union. 




Harvard, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Brimonian, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1850. 


Geneva, 


1857. 


Bowdoin, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Amherst, 


1843. 


Geneva, 


1847. 



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INDEX. 189 


Francis Emory Tower, 


Amherst, 


1860. 


George Makepeace Towle, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Charles Townsend, 


. Yale, 


1853. 


Emory Townsend, 


Urban, 


1889. 


Charles W. Tozer, 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


George H. Tracy, 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Gorham Train, 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Charles Hooper Trask, 


Yale, 


1846. 


Samuel Trask, 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 


Leyi Penfield Treadwell, 


Yale, 


1862. 


Alfred Otis Treat, 


Williams, 


.1863. 


Charles Russell Treat, 


Williams, 


1863. 


Henry Edwin Tremain, 


Muihattan, 


1860. 


Matthew Trimble, 


Kenyon, 


1860. 


James Matthews Trippe, 


Manhattan, 


1862. 


Tillman C. Trowbridge, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Washington Benson Tri&l, 


Brunonian, 


1861. . 


John Fobes Tryon, 


Rochester, 


1863. 


John Ireland Tucker, 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Henry Martyn Tupper, 


Yale, 


1850. 


James Brainerd Taylor Tupper, 


Williams, 


1861. 


Charles A. Tuttle, 


Geneva, 


1844. 


Kinsley Twining, 


Yale, 


1853. 


Horatio Nelson Twombly, 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Edwin Tyler, 


Yale, 


1848., 


Moses Tyler, 


Peninsular and Yale, 


, 183&-7. 



m. 



Edwin Fuller Uhl, 
*1855 George Richard Underbill, 

John Winn Underbill, 

Amos Underwood, Jr. 
♦1859 George Underwood, 

John Curtis Underwood, 
♦1848 Albert Gallatin Upham, . 

Henry Munson Utley, 



Peninsular, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Amherst) 


1864. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Ha^pilton, 


1838. 


Hamilton, 


1832. 


Bowdoin, 


1840. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 



Charles Delamater Vail, 



J|W3»$— 



t. 



Geneva, 




190 



ALPHA DELTA PHI. 




William Henry Van Antwerp, 
Isaac Yanausdall, 
James Lyman Van Buren, 
Calvin F. Vance, 
John Vanderbilt, Jr. 
David Newland Vanderweer, 
Augustus Coe Van Duyn, 
Calvin Van Guy, 
Daniel C. Van Norman, 
A. Rhoad^ Van Nostrand, 
Jacob Van Nostrand, 
Cornelius Van Schaack, 
Joseph Bradley Varnum, 
Cornelius Verbryck, 
John Winthrop Vernon, 
Thomas Vernon, Jr. 
James Pattison Viele, 
R. S. Voorhies, 
Frank Vose, 



Geneva, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Manhattan, 


1866. 


Miami, 


1841. 


Columbia, 


1887. 


Union, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Cumberland, 


1860. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Urban, 


1886. 


Urban, 


1838. 


Geneva, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1888. 


Urban, 


1887. 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


tJnion, 


1861. 


Miami, 


1860. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 



m. 



Nicholas K. Wade, 
Albra Wadleigh, 
George White Waite, 
Leander Elmer Wakefield, 
*1854 Edward Walden, 
Augustus Walker, 
Charles Irish Walker, 
Edward C. Walker, 
Joseph Knox Walker, 
Samuel Walker, 
S. Bailey Walker, 
William J. Wallace, 
James W. Walsh, 
Charles Augustus Walters, 
John Bell Walton, 
Edgar M. Ward, 
Francis Marion Ward, 
Henry Ward, Jr. 
Henry Hall Ward, 
James W. Ward, 



Geneva, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


Peninsular, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1888. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Miami, 


1848. 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Columbia, 


1889. 


Williams, 


1868. 


Cumberland, 


1868. 


Miami, 


1868. 


Columbia, 


1889. 


Columbia, 


1886. 


Columbia, 


1838. 


Amherst, 


1887. 





I ND£ X. 



James Wilson Ward, Jr. 

*1869 John Lord Hayes Ward, 
Milan Lester Ward, 
Theodore Hastings Ward, 
William Hayes Ward, 
Darwin Erastus Ware, 
Henry Ware, 
Joseph Achurus Ware, 
Loammi Goodenow Ware, 
William Robert Ware, 

♦1864 Charles Bill Waring, 

William Henry Waring, 
Aaron Warner, Jr. 
John Knill Wamick, 
Samuel Reed Warren, . 
Alexander Calvin Washburn, 
Charles Ellery Washburn, 
John Seth Washburn, 
John Anderson Waterman,' 
Henry Barzillai Waterman, 
Qeorge Gilbert Waters, 
Alfred Augustine Watson, 
George Williams Watson, 
Edward Sayle Watterson, 
Henry Robert Watterson, 
Herbert H. Weakley, 
John Andrews Webb, 
Seth Webb, 
William Henry Webb, 
Edwin Lester Webber, 
Francis Willard Webster, 
George Webster, 
Horace Webster, Jr. 
Joseph Rowe Webster, 
Simeon Perry Webster, 
Harvey Augustus Weed, 
Asa Weeks, 
Henry Astor Weeks, 
John William Weeks, 
John Shelley Weinberger, 
Erastus Hay Weiser, 
Adonijah S. Welch, 
Henry Kirk White Welch, 




Amherst, 
Amherst, 
Hamilton, 
Williams, 
Amh6rst, 
Harvard, 
, Harvard, 
Bowdoin, 
Harvard, 
Harvard, 
Yale, 
Harvard, 
Amherst, 
Geneva, 
Yale, 
Harvard, 
Amherst, 
Dartmouth, 
Bowdoin, 
Yale, 
Columbia, 
Urban, 
Geneva, 
Hudson, 
Hudson, 
Miami, 
Miami, 
Harvard, 
Hamilton, 
Hudson, 
Bowdoin, 
Bowdoin, 
iGreneva, 
Harvard, 
Rochester, 
Columbia, 
Dartmouth, 
Yale, 
Bowdoin, 
Yale, 
Yale, 

Peninsular, 
Yale, 




1860. 

1859. 

1855, 

1863. 

1856. 

1852. 

1843. 

1861. 

1850. 

1852. 

1849. 

1852. 

1861. 

1859. 

1860. 

1889. 

1838. 

1853. 

1846. 

1862. 

1836. 

1837. 

1850. 

1861. 

1863. 

1858. 

1860. 

1843. 

1858. 

1861. 

1860. 

1859. 

1861. 

1854. 

1852. 

1836. 

1846. 

1843. 

1859. 

1869. 

1849. 

1846. 

1842. 



tmr^ 



— -^>««aaf3 





ALPHA DELTA PHI. 



Pierce Noble Welch, 
Richard Harding Weld, 
' Edward Randolph Welles, 
Samuel Russell Welles, 
George Wells, 
Nathan Dana Wells, 
Samuel Wells, 
Thomas Bucklin Wells, 
William H. Wells, 
Adolph Werner, 
John Henry West, 
Earl Webster Westgate, 
Albert Sproull Wheeler, 
Arthur Martin Wheeler, 
Charles Wheeler, 
Charles Mortimer Wheeler, 

♦1843 Charles Stearns Wheeler, 

Everett Pepperell Wheeler, 
John Tyler Wheeler, 
Truman H. Wheeler, 

*1852 Augustus Warren Whipple, 
William Ward Whipple, 
Henry Clay W hi taker, 

♦1851 Charles Adams Whitcomb, 
Benjamin H. White, 
Henry Kirke Wliite, 
Jonathan White, 
Pliny H. White, 
William Orne White, 
John Nicholas Whiting, 
Samuel H. Whitlock, ♦ 
James Whitman, 
George Whitney, 
George Henry Whitney, 

♦1851 Emerson Coggswell Whitney, 
Josiah Dwight Whitney, 
James Morris Whiton, 
James 0. Whittemore, 
Charles Whittier, 
Frederic A. Whittlesey, 
Edwin Ruthwen Wiggin, 
Edwin B. Wight, 




Yale, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1866. 


Geneva, 


1850. 


Geneva, 


1845. 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1860. 


Geneva, 


1851. 


Yale, 


■ 1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1860. 


yale, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Manhattan, 


1856. 


Geneva, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Amherst, 


1840. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Manhattan, 


1860. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Geneva, 


1839. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Geneva, 


1860. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


V:ale, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Williams, 


1856. 


Geneva, 


1847. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Peninsular, 


1857. 



^mn 



10m»^^ 



$^^^^ 



INDEX. 



193 



John Fletcher Wight, 
♦1838 Seth Tryon Wilbur, 
Asher Henry Wilcox, 
George Wilcox, 
George Augustus Wilcox, 
James Andrews Wilcox, 
Daniel Webster Wilder, 
Nathan W. Wilder, 
William Franklin Wilder, 
Horatio Wildman, 
Albert Hamilton Wilkinson, 
William Henry Wilkinson, 
Ashbel Parsons Willard, 
Charles Wesley Willard, 
♦1858 Erastus Willard, 
♦1859 Asa Messer Williams, 
♦1850 Benjamin Payson Williams, 
Charles Tudor Williams, 
Fitch Reed Williams, 
Frederic Dickinson Williams, 
Henry Williams, Jr. 
Henry Dudley Williams, 
Henry Warren Williams, 
Henry Warren Williams, 
Horace Williams, 
Horace Robbins Williams, 
John Gollican Williams, 
♦1858 Joseph Loom is Williams, 
Othniel Samuel Williams, 
Ralph Olmsted Williams, 
Russel Mortimer Williams, 
Samuel Williams, 
Samuel Gardiner Williams, 
William George Williams, 
•1841 William Perkins Williams, 
Robert Henry Williamson, 
Samuel Cheney Williamson, 
William Cross Williamson, 
Edwin Willits, 
Andrew Wilson, Jr. 
Archelaus Wilson, 
Franklin Wilson, 
Franklin Augustus Wilson, 



Dartmouth, 

Hamilton and Yale, 

Yale, 

Dartmouth, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Middletown, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Geneva, 

Hamilton, 

Dartmouth, 

Hamilton, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Hudson, 

Peninsular, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Brunonian, 

Amherst, 

Hudson, 

Bowdoin, 

Amherst, 

Middletown, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Hudson, 

Williams, 

Hamilton, 

Hudson, 

Yale, 

Williams, 

Hudson, 

Harvard, 

Peninsular, 

Amherst, 

Y'ale, 

Brunonian, 

Bowdoin, 



1853. 

1836-7. 

1859. 

1860. 

1852. 

1850. 

1856. 

1861. 

1856. 

1847. 

1859. 

1858. 

1842. 

1851. 

1857. 

1851. 

1850. 

1862. 

1858. 

1850. 

1837. 

1855. 

1837. 

1841. 

1844. 

1860. 

1860. 

1854. 

1832. 

1861. 

1852. 

1851. 

1852. 

1861. 

1839. 

1853. 

1860. 

1852. 

1855. 

1842. 

1844. 

1841. 

1854. 



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1 


j James Wilson, 


Hudson, 


1852. 


• 
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/ Levi BodJy Wilson, 


Hudson, 


1848. 


I 


Thaddeus Wilson, 


Amherst, 


1843. 




* Tunis Van Houten Wilson, 


Hudson, 


1848. 




♦1851 William Thomas Wilson, . 


Brunonian, 


1839. 




John Wingate, Jr. 


Bowdoin, 


1865. 




Henry J. Winn, 


Alabama, 


1856. 




Walter E. Winn, 


Alabama, 


1854. 




Horace Winslow, 


Hamilton, 


1839. 




William Cutler Winslow, 


Hamilton, 


1862. 




Frederic Winsor, 


Harvard, 


1851. 




William F. Withers, 


Alabama, 


1857. 




Nathan Noyes Withington, 


Amherst, 


1851. 




* William Sherburne Withington, 


Amherst, 


1841. 


■ 


Arthur Burr Wood, 


Yale, 


1859. 




Daniel Leonard Wood, 


Peninsular, 


1854. 




Nathan Henry Wood, 


Bowdoin, 


1863. 




John Woodbridge, Jr. 


Amherst, 


1849. 




William Reed W oodbridge, 


Yale, 


1855. 




Augustus Woodbury, 


Brunonian, 


1856. 




Frank Porter Woodbury, 


Williams, 


1861. 




George Sullivan Woodman, 


Amherst, 


1846. 




Charles Hornblower Woodruff, 


Yale, 


1858. 




Daniel W. Woodruff, 


Alabama, 


1855. 




Lockwood De Forest Woodruff, 


Manhattan, 


1859. 




Benjamin Weston Woodward, 


Geneva, 


1862. 




Stanley Trott Woodward, 


Yale, 


1855. 




Horace Bliss Woodworth, 


Dartmouth, 


1854, 




William Woodworth, 


Geneva, 


1862. 




Benjamin Franklin Wright, 


Union, 


1862. 




Daniel Webster Wright, 


Hamilton, 


1859. 




Ebenezer Wright, 


Williams, 


186L 




George MclElwaine Wright, 


Williams, 


1859. 




Reginald Heber Wright, 


Hu dson. 


* 1863. 




Russell M. Wright, 


Amherst, 


1844. 




* Samuel Wright, 


Hudson, 


1840. 




Thoinas Wright, 


Hamilton, 


1835. 




Thomas L. Wright, 


Miami, 


1845. 




William Burnet Wright, 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 




N Henry Nehemiah Wyman, 


Amherst, 


1845. ( 




I William Cutler Wyman, 


Yale, 


1855. C 




g Theodore Stephen Wynkoop, 


Yale, 


1861. ^ 


> 

> 


^ William Appling Wynne, 


Alabama, 


1862. 3 


I 


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Thomas Coffin Yarnall, 


Yale, 


1841. 


Casper E. Yost, 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Albert Young, 


Manhattan, 


1860. 


Edward Francis Young, 


Manhattan, 


1860. 


Ephraim Wood Young, 


Harvard, 


1848. 



Allen Howard Zackarias, 



M. 



Peninsular, 



1860. 





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