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DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

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YALE UNIVERSITY 

WITH THE TITLES OF THEIR DISSERTATIONS 



1861-I915 




Prepared by the Graduate School 

Published by the University 

NEW HAVEN 

April 1916 



EXOHANGS 



Certainly Yale and Sheffield are entitled to the credit of introduc- 
ing among American institutions the degree of Doctor of Philoso- 
phy, demanding for it a high standard of attainments, and never 
bestowing the honor {not in a single case so far as I can remember) 
by any irregular promotion. — The Sheffield School of Yale Univer- 
sity, by President Gilman of Johns Hopkins University. 

Historically, the account should begin with Yale College, where in 
1846 graduate courses in "Philosophy and the Arts" were estab- 
lished and the attempt was made to superadd on the old frame-i 
work of the college the four faculties of law, medicine, theology, 

and philosophy The honor of having established the first 

creditable course of study for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
is due to Yale. — Second Annual Report of the President and Treas- 
urer of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 
1907, p. 86. 



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CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Preface 5-7 

Table of Doctorates by Years 6 

Table of Doctorates by Periods 7 

Table of Doctorates by Departments 7 

Classical Philology and Archaeology, Indo-Iranian Philol- 
ogy, Comparative Philology, and Linguistics 9-26 

Semitic Languages, Literature, and History 27-35 

Romance Languages and Literatures 3^39 

Germanic Languages and Literatures 4^-44 

English Language and Literature 45-^4 

Mathematics 65-76 

Physics 77-85 

Chemistry 86-115 

Botany 116-118 

Zoology and Comparative Anatomy 1 19-122 

Physiology, Physiological Chemistry, Bacteriology, Hygiene, 

and Public Health 123-135 

The Geological Sciences 136-148 

The Social Sciences 149-158 

History I59-I70 

Philosophy and Education 171-185 

Department Undetermined 186, 187 

Index 189-210 



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PREFACE 

The list presented in this pamphlet was prepared by the 
Graduate School of Yale University, in cooperation with 
the University Secretary's Office, and is a complete list of 
all who have received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
from Yale University. The names are classified and 
arranged chronologically under the departments in which 
the principal work was done, in accordance with the present 
division of departments in the Graduate School. In the 
earlier years the departments were grouped and less clearly 
defined, and therefore it has been necessary to list a few 
names at the end with the department undetermined. 
Owing to the incompleteness of the earlier records, in a 
few instances the titles- of the dissertations cannot be stated. 
The list states the degrees of each person; the title of the 
dissertation, and, in case it has been printed, the title as 
printed, if varying from the original, with full bibliographi- 
cal data; and the present or latest position or the occupa- 
tion and address of each person according to the most 
recent information obtainable, and, in case of those not 
living, the former principal positions as far as known. 

The Graduate School was first formally organized in 
1847. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy was first 
offered in i860, and was first conferred in 1861, and first 
conferred upon women in 1894. From 1861 to and includ- 
ing 191 5 the degree has been conferred upon 749 men and 
99 women, a total of 848. Of this number 789 are living. 

The earliest degrees were conferred in the departments 
of Classics (1861), Physics (1861), Mathematics (1862), 
Chemistry (1866), Geology (1867), and Zoology (1867). 
Later the chronological order of the first degrees conferred 
in the departments was as follows : Philosophy and Educa- 



— 6— 

ticn (1874), Engliih (1875), Social Sciences (1877), Phy- 
siological Chemistry (1880), History (1882), Semitics 
(1888), Romance Languages (1894), German (1896), and 
Botany (1899). The following tables show that the 
numerical growth was slow up to 1889, in which year 13 
degrees were conferred. In no one year of this early period 
(before 1889) were there more than 7 recipients, with an 
average of about 3 for each year. 23 degrees were con- 
ferred in 1 891, and 44 were conferred in 1909, the maxi- 
mum number for any one year to date. From an average 
of 3 per year, the number rose to an average of 16 during 
the period from 1890 to 1894, to 27 for the next five years, 
and to 33 from 1900 to 1915. 

Table of Doctorates by Years 

1861 3 1891 23 

1862 I 1892 15 

1863 3 1893 13 

1866 4 1894 21 

1867 I 1895 19 

1869 4 1896 31 

1870 I 1897 22 

1871 3 1898 34 

1872 3 1899 30 

1873 8 1900 26 

1874 4 1901 39 

1875 4 1902 29 

1876 8 1903 36 

1877 6 1904 39 

1878 7 1905 36 

1879 3 1906 29 

1880 5 1907 22 

1882 2 1908 32 

1883 I 1909 44 

1884 2 1910 27 

1885 6 1911 31 

1886 3 1912 31 

1887 4 1913 39 

1888 4 1914 32 

1889 13 1915 36 

1890 9 



— 7— 



Table of Doctorates by Periods 

Men 

1861 to 1869 16 

Decade 1870 to 1879 47 

Decade 1880 to 1889 40 

Half-decade 1890 to 1894 74 

Half-decade 1895 to 1899 112 

Decade 1900 to 1909 290 

1910 to 1915 175 

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Charles Schuchert, Acting Dean. 

Clara Beatrice Underwood, Secretary. 



DOCTORS OF PHILOSOPHY 

OF 

YALE UNIVERSITY 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICAL PHILOL- 
OGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY, INDO-IRANIAN. 
PHILOLOGY, COMPARATIVE PHILOL- 
OGY, AND LINGUISTICS 



1861 

James Morris Whiton, B.A. Yale University 1853. 

Dissertation: Ars longa, brevis vita. 

Staff Editor of The Outlook, New York City. 



1863 

William Henry Hale, B.A. Yale University i860, LL.B. Albany 

Law School 1861. 
Dissertation: Comparison of the evolution of the Prakrit dialects 

from Sanskrit and Italian from Latin. 
Lawyer, and Superintendent of Public Baths, 40 First Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lewis Richard Packard, B.A. Yale University 1856. 

Dissertatim: (Title not known.) 

Hillhouse Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, 

Yale University. 
Died 1884. 

1869 

Robert Porter Keep, B.A. Yale University 1865. 
Dissertation: Quintilian: his life, times, and work. 
Principal, Norwich Free Academy, Norwich, Conn. 
Died 1904. 



— 10 — 

i872 

Isbon Thaddeus Beckwith, B.A. Yale University 1868. 

Dissertation: The Greek sophists. 

Professor of Greek, Trinity College (1872-1898), Professor of 

New Testament Literature and Interpretation, General 

Theological Seminary (1898-1906). 
Highland Court, 50 Windsor Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Morton William Easton, B.A. Yale University 1863, M.D. Colum- 
bia University 1867. 
Dissertation: On language as a factor in the evolution of the 

human species. 
Professor of English and Comparative Philology, Emeritus, 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1873 
Charles Rockwell Lanman,- B.A. Yale University 1871. 
Dissertation: The nasal verbs in Sanskrit, Greek, and Latin. 
Wales Professor of Sanskrit, and Editor of the Harvard 
Oriental Series, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Dwight Whitney Learned, B.A. Yale University 1870. 
Dissertation: Compounds in Sanskrit. 

Professor of Church History and Biblical Theology, Doshisha 
University, Kyoto, Japan. 

Jules Luquiens, B.D. University of Lausanne 1866. 
Dissertation: The ablaut in the Indo-European conjugational 

system. 
Street Professor of the Romance Languages and Literatures, 

Yale University. 
Died 1899. 

James Irving Manatt, B.A. Grinnell College 1869. 

Dissertation: The earlier and later edition of Aristophanes' 

Clouds. 
Professor of Greek Literature and History, and Head of the 

Department, Brown University, Providence, R. I. 
Died 1915. 

Bernadotte Perrin, B.A. Yale University 1869. 

Dissertation: The Elektra of Sophocles and the Choephoroi of 

^schylus compared. 
Lampson Professor of Greek Literature and History, Emeritus, 

Yale University. , 



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i874 

August Hjalmar Edgren, Ph.B. Cornell University 1871. 

Dissertation: On the vowel-gradation of verbs in the Romance 
languages. 

Professor of Romance Languages, Sanskrit, and Comparative 
Philology, and Dean of the Graduate School, University of 
Nebraska; member of Nobel Institute of Swedish Academy. 

Died 1903. 

1875 

William Rainey Harper, B.A. Muskingum College 1870, B.D. 
Baptist Union Theological Seminary 1881. 

Dissertation: Subject, Some problems connected with compara- 
tive Indo-European philology. (Exact title not known.) 

President, and Professor and Head of the Department of the 
Semitic Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago, 
Chicago, 111. 

Died 1906. 

1876 

Willabe Haskell, B.A. Yale University 1863. 
Dissertation: Comparative syntax of the Indo-European lan- 
guages. 
Curator of the College Reading Room, Yale University. 
Died 1913. 

John Punnett Peters, B.A. Yale University 1873. 

Dissertation: Comparative and superlative in the Indo-European 

languages. 
Rector of St. Michael's Church, New York, N. Y. 

Henry Parks Wright, B.A. Yale University 1868. 
Dissertation: The letters of Pliny the Younger. 
Dunham Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, and 
Dean of the College Faculty, Emeritus, Yale University. 

1878 

David Walter Brown, B.A. Yale University 1876. 

Dissertation: Constitutional history of the early Roman republic. 

Lawyer, 5 Beekman St., New York, N. Y. 

George Ensign Bushnell, B.A. Yale University 1876, M.D. 1880. 
Dissertation: The conditional sentences of ^schylus. 
Colonel of Medical Corps, U. S. Army, Commanding U. S. Army 
General Hospital, Fort Bayard, N. M. 



12 

Joseph Alvin Graves, B.A. Yale University 1872. 

Dissertation: M. Tullii Ciceronis pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio 

ad judices. 
Principal of the South School District, Hartford, Conn. 
Died 1899. 

David Andrew Kennedy, B.A. Yale University 1874. 
Dissertation: The lyrical parts of the Seven against Thebes. 
Classical Master and Co-Principal, Dearborn-Morgan School 

(1879-1910). 
245 Dwight St., New Haven, Conn. 

Rufus Byam Richardson, B.A. Yale University 1869. 

Dissertation: Marcus Aurelius. 

Lawrence Professor of Greek, Dartmouth College (1882-1893); 

Director of American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 

Greece (1893-1903). 
Died 1914. 

1879 
Frank Bigelow Tarbell, B.A. Yale University 1873. 
Dissertation: Notes on the First Philippic of Demosthenes. 

(Published as follows: The Philippics of Demosthenes, Ginn 

and Company, New York, 1880.) 
Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. 

1880 
Alexander Martin Wilcox, B.A. Yale University 1877. 
Dissertatioti : Aristotle's criticism of Plato's Republic. 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, University of 

Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. 

1882 

Edmund Morris Hyde, B.A. Trinity College 1873. 

Dissertation: The Delphic Oracle. 

Professor of Latin, Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla. 

1884 
Thomas Dwight Goodcll, B.A. Yale University 1877. 
Dissertation: The genitive case in Sophokles. (Published in 

Transactions ' of the American Philological Association, 

15:5-35- Cambridge, 1884.) 
Lampson Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, Yale 

College. 



—13— 

i885 

Samuel Ball Platner, B.A. Yale University 1883. 

Dissertation: A comparison of three recensions of the Ramayana. 
(Published in part in Proceedings of the American Philolog- 
ical Association, i885:xlvii-i. Cambridge, 1886.) 

Professor of Latin, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, O. 



1886 

John Miller Burnam, B.A. Yale University 1884. 

Dissertation: Romance forms in Latin. 

Professor of Latin, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. 

Edward Bull Clapp, B.A. Illinois College 1875. 

Dissertation: Conditional sentences in Aischylos. (Published in 

Transactions of the American Philological Association, 

18:43-58. Boston, 1887.) 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. 

Arthur Pinckney Hall, B.A. Drury College 1878, B.D. Yale 

University 1884. 
Dissertation: Some verb uses in Pliny's Letters. 
Professor of Latin, and Dean, Drury College, Springfield, Mo. 



1887 

William Everett Waters, B.A. Yale University 1878. 
Dissertation: Studies on the forms of words in Petronius, 

together with an introduction on his identity. (Partly 

embodied in Petronius, Cena Trimalchionis, Benjamin H. 

Sanborn and Company, Boston, 1902.) 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, New York 

University, New York, N. Y. 



1888 

Clarence Fassett Castle, B.A. Denison University 1880. 
Dissertation: The use of the aorist participle in Homer. 
Associate Professor of Greek on the Edward Olson Foundation, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 



—14— 

William Henry Parks, B.A. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertaticni: Variations from Attic usage in St. Paul's earlier 

epistles (Romans, I-II Corinthians, Galatians, I-II Thessa- 

lonians). 

Died 1910. 

..■**" .) 

James Johnson Robinson, B.A. Princeton University 1884. 
Dissertation: The Annals of Quintus Ennius. A paper treating 

particularly of the verse. 
Master in Latin, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn. 

1889 

Carl Darling Buck, B.A. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertatiofi: The choregia in Athens and at Ikaria. (Published 
in American Journal of Archaeology, 5:18-33. Boston, 1889; 
and in Papers of the American School of Classical Studies 
at Athens, 5:77-92. Boston, 1892.) 

Professor, and Head of the Department, of Sanskrit and Indo- 
European Comparative Philology, University of Chicago, 
Chicago, 111. 

iSgo 

Frank Gardner Moore, B.A. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertation: De societatis quam vocant initiis, sive Quomodo 

scriptores antiqui, praesertim Plato, Aristoteles, Lucretius, 

societatis origines habuerint. 
Professor of Classical Philology, Columbia University, New 

York, N. Y. 

Hanns Oertel. 

Dissertation: De cottldiani sermonis in Q. Horatii Flacci ser- 

monibus vestigiis. 
Professor of Linguistics and Comparative Philology, Yale 

College, and Dean of the Graduate School, Yale University. 

George Scott, B.A. Alfred University 1877. 
Dissertation: The preposition in Horace. 

Flickinger Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, 
Otterbein College, Westerville, O. 

Herbert Gushing Tolman, B.A. Yale University 1888. 
Dissertation: De gerundio latino atque modo infinitivo sanscrito. 
Professor of Greek Language and Literature, and Dean of 

College of Arts and Science, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 

Tenn. 



—15— 

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Frank Frost Abbott, B.A. Yale University 1882. 
Dissertation: Colloquial Latin in the letters to Cicero. 
Kennedy Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Princeton 
University, Princeton, N. J. 

Edward Capps, B.A. Illinois College 1887. 

Dissertation: The stage in the Greek theatre. (Published as 
follows: The Greek stage according to the extant dramas, 
Transactions of the American Philological Association, 
22:5-80. Boston, 1891.) 

Professor of Classics, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 

i8ga 

Washington Irving Hunt, B.A. Yale University 1886. 
Dissertation: The influence of Homer on the poetry of Matthew 

Arnold. 
Tutor in Greek, Yale University. 
Died 1893. 

Frank Justus Miller, B.A. Denison University 1879. 
Dissertation: The Latinity of the younger Pliny. 
Professor of Latin, and Dean in the Junior Colleges, University 
of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

1894 

John Beadle, B.A. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertation: Auxiliary verbs in Latin. 

Classical Teacher in Brown Tutoring School, New York, N. Y. 

James W. D. Ingersoll, B.A. Yale University 1892. 
Dissertation: The use of quod in Cicero. 
Assistant Professor of Latin, Yale College. 

Guy VanGorder Thompson, B.A. University of Colorado 1888. 
Dissertation: The Draconian constitution. 
Tutor and Instructor in Latin, Yale University. 
Died 1897. 

1895 

William Tenney Bartley, B.A. Yale University 1891, B.D. 

Andover Theological Seminary 1899. 
Dissertation: The story of Agamemnon. 
Pastor, Congregational Church, Middlefield, Mass. 



— 16— 

Curtis Clark Bushnell, B.A. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertation: Three translations of ^schylus. 

Professor of Classics, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

M. Victor Staley, B.A. University of Wisconsin 1893, M.A. 1894, 

LL.B. University of Oregon 1904. 
Dissertation: Index verborum to the Shadvinga Brahmana of the 

Samaveda. 
Supervising-Principal of the Corona City Schools, Corona, Cal. 

Susan Dinsmore Tew, B.A. Smith College 1892. 
Dissertation: Notes on the vocabulary of ^schylus. 
Professor of Greek, Sophie Newcomb Memorial College 
(Tulane University), New Orleans, La. 



1896 

Charles Samuel Ingham, B.A. Yale University 1891. 
Dissertation: The conjunction quod in St. Augustine's De civitate 

Dei. 
Head Master, Dummer Academy, South Byfield, Mass. 

Clifton Price, B.A. Cornell University 1889. 
Dissertation: Commands and prohibitions in Horace. 
Assistant Professor of Latin, University of California, Berkeley, 
Cal. 

George Clarence Thompson, M.A. Wake Forest College 1888. 
Dissertation: The Periclean tradition. 
Principal, Alameda High School, Alameda, Cal. 

Arthur Leslie Wheeler, B.A. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertation: The use of the imperfect indicative in Plautus and 
Terence. (Published in revised form as follows: The uses of 
the imperfect indicative in Plautus and Terence, Transactions 
of the American Philological Association, 30:14-23. Boston, 
1899; The imperfect indicative in early Latin, American 
Journal of Philology, 24:163-191. Baltimore, 1903; The syntax 
of the imperfect indicative in early Latin, Classical Philology, 
1:357-390. Chicago, 1906.) 

Professor of Latin, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 



—17— 

i897 

Carleton Lewis Brownson, B.A. Yale University 1887. 

Dissertation: Plato's studies and criticisms of the poets. (Pub- 
lished in part as follows: Plato's studies in Greek literature, 
Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 
27:38-40. Boston, 1896; Reasons for Plato's hostility to the 
poets, Transactions of the American Philological Association, 
28:5-41. Boston, 1897.) 

Professor of Greek, and Dean of the Faculty, College of the 
City of New York, New York, N. Y. 

Herbert Chester Nutting, B.A. Yale University 1895. 
Dissertation: The uses of the independent subjunctive in Cicero's 

Orations. 
Assistant Professor of Latin, University of California, Berkeley, 

Cal. 

Charles Hamline Zimmerman, B.A. Northwestern University 

i80i. 
Dissertation: The independent subjunctive in Tacitus. 
Instructor in Latin, New Haven High School, New Haven, 

Conn. 

1898 

James Turney Allen, B.A. Pomona College 1895, M.A. Univer- 
sity of California 1896. 

Dissertation: A study of the optative mode in conditional and 
conditional-relative clauses in Greek. (Published in revised 
form as follows: On the so-called iterative optative in Greek, 
Transactions of the American Philological Association, 
33:101-126. Boston, 1902.) 

Associate Professor of Greek, University of California, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 

Frederick Marcy DeForest, B.A. Yale University 1895. 
Dissertation: The Greek names of Roman priests, military 

officers, legislative bodies, and magistrates. 
Rector, Grace Church, Chicopee, Mass. 

Theodore Woolsey Heermance, B.A. Yale University 1893. 
Dissertation: Material in the Attic orators for a history of the 

tradition of the Persian wars. 
Director of the American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 

Greece. 
Died 1905. 



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George Dwight Kellogg, B.A. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: The use of the subjunctive in independent sen- 
tences in Cicero's correspondence. (Published in part in 
Proceedings of the American Philological Association as fol- 
lows: Complementary and supplementary defining parataxis, 
29:47-52. Boston, 1898; Critical notes on Cicero's letters, 
32:4-5. Boston, 1900.) 

Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, Union College, 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

John Dorsey Wolcott, B.A. University of Wisconsin 1895, M.A. 
Cornell University 1897. 

Dissertation: New words in Thucydides. (Published in Trans- 
actions of the American Philological Association, 29:104-157. 
Boston, 1898.) 

Librarian, U. S. Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C. 



1899 

Carl Axel Harstrom, B.A. Hobart College 1886, M.A. 1889. 

Dissertation: A contribution to the comparative study of the 
imagery in Catullus and Horace. (Published in part as fol- 
lows: The use of sense-epithets in poetry. Proceedings of 
the American Philological Association, 1900:17-20. Boston, 
1901.) 

Principal, Harstrom School, Norwalk, Conn. 



1900 
Louise Preston Dodge. 

Dissertation: Posse and its synonyms in Cicero's Letters. 
Professor of Latin, Winona College, Winona Lake, Ind. 

Edward Thomas Owen, B.A. Yale University 1872. 

Dissertation: A revision of the pronouns. (Published as follows: 
A revision of the pronouns, with special examination of 
relatives and relative clauses, Transactions of the Wisconsin 
Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, 13:1-140. Madison, 
1900.) 

Professor of French and Linguistics, Emeritus, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 



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Amy Louise Barbour, B.A. Smith College 1891, 

Dissertation: Tryphiodorus, a late epic poet: his relation to other 

epics in form and vocabulary. 
Associate Professor of Greek, Smith College, Northampton, 

Mass. 

Abraham Royer Brubacher, B.A. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: Parataxis in Herodotus. 

President, New York State College for Teachers, Albany, N. Y. 



1903 

Elisabeth Frances Abbe, B.A. Wellesley College 1888, M.A. 1896. 
Dissertation: Entrances in Greek tragedy. 

Head of Ancient Language Department, Melrose High School, 
Melrose, Mass. 

Lester Dorman Brown, B.A. University of Wooster 1894. 
Dissertation: A study of the case construction of words of time. 

(Printed by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, New 

Haven, 1904.) 
Master in Greek, The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn. 

Frank Scott Bunnell, B.A. Yale University 1894, M.A. University 

of Minnesota 1897. 
Dissertation: Notes on the vocabulary of Apollonius Rhodius as 

compared with that of Homer. 
Instructor in Greek and Latin, Norwich Free Academy, 

Norwich, Conn. 

Charles Upson Clark, B.A. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: The text tradition of Ammianus Marcellinus. 

(Printed by Ryder's Printing House, New Haven, 1904.) 
Assistant Professor of Palaeography and Late Latin, Graduate 

School, Yale University. 

Andrew Sledd, M.A. Randolph-Macon College 1894, M.A. Har- 
vard University 1896. 
Dissertation: Sentence connection in the Letters of Pliny. 
Professor of New Testament Greek, Methodist Theological 
School, Atlanta, Ga. 



20 

Henry Burt Wright, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: A historical and critical study of the literary 
evidence for the campaign of Plataea. (Published as follows: 
The campaign of Plataea (September 479 B. C), The Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor Company, New Haven, 1904.) 

Stephen Merrell Clement Professor of Christian Methods, 
School of Religion, Yale University. 



1904 

Gertrude Harper Beggs, B.A. University of Denver 1893. 
Dissertation: The adnominal genitive in Lysias. 
Social Director, Martha Cook Residence Hall, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Charles Heald Weller, B.A. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: The pre-Periclean propylon of the Acropolis at 
Athens. (Published in American Journal of Archaeology, 2d 
series, 8:35-70. Norwood, Mass., 1904.) 

Professor and Head of the Department of Greek and Archae- 
ology, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 

Mary Crowell Welles, B.A. Smith College 1883. 

Dissertation: The appropriation and latent criticism of Herod- 
otus in Thucydides. 

General Secretary of the Consumers' League of Connecticut, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Monroe Nichols Wetmore, B.A. Yale University 1888, M.A. 1900. 
Dissertation: The plan and scope of a Vergil lexicon, with 

specimen articles. (Printed by Ryder's Printing House, New 

Haven, 1904.) 
Professor of Latin, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 



1905 

Samuel Eliot Bassett, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: The bucolic diaeresis in Homer. (Published as 
follows: Notes on the bucolic diaeresis. Transactions of the 
American Philological Association, 36:111-124. Boston, 1905.) 

Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, University 
of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 



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Elizabeth Hatch Palmer, B.A. Wellesley College 1887. 
Dissertation: The adnominal genitive in Thucydides. 
Associate Professor of Latin, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

1906 

Maud Thompson, B.A. Wellesley College 1901, M.A. 1902. 
Dissertation: The property rights of women in ancient Greece. 
Teacher and Lecturer on Sociology and Economics, East 
Orange, N. J. 

Wilmot Haines Thompson, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 

1902. 
Dissertation: The use of prepositions in the Greek dialect 

inscriptions. 
Professor of Latin, Acadia University, Wolfville, N. S. 

Ralph Hermon Tukey, B.A. Bates College 1898, B.A. Harvard 

University 1900, M.A. 1901. 
Dissertation: The syntax of Isaeus. Part I, The syntax of the 

cases. 
Professor of Greek, William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. 

1907 

Harry Brown VanDeventcr, B.A. Yale University 1903, M.A. 

1904. 
Dissertation: Subordinate verb clauses in Gains. 
Assistant Professor of Latin, University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

1908 

May Alice Allen, B.A. Smith College 1901. 

Dissertation: The technical vocabulary of the Rhythmic of 

Aristoxenos. 
Instructor in Latin and Greek, Barstow School, Kansas City, 

Mo. 

Henry Bronson Dewing, B.A. University of California 1903, M.A. 
1905. 

Dissertation: The accentual cursus in Byzantine Greek prose, 
with especial reference to Procopius of Csesarea. (Published 
in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, 14:415-466. New Haven, 1910.) 

Dean, Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey. 



2.2 

Austin Morris Harmon, B.A. Williams College 1902, M.A. Yale 
University 1903. 

Dissertation: The clausula in Ammianus Marcellinus. (Pub- 
lished in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts 
and Sciences, 16:117-245. New Haven, 1910.) 

Assistant Professor, Preceptor in Classics, Princeton University, 
Princeton, N. J. 

Louis Eleazer Lord, B.A. Oberlin College 1897, M.A. 1897, M.A. 
Harvard University 1900. 

Dissertation: Literary criticism of Euripides in the earlier 
scholia and the relation of this criticism to Aristotle's Poetics 
and to Aristophanes, with a note on the Thanatos scene in 
the Alcestis. (Printed by Dieterichsche Univ.-Buchdruckerei, 
W. F. Kaestner, Gottingen, 1908.) 

Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, and Professor 
of the Latin Language and Literature, Oberlin College, 
Oberlin, O. 

Walter Petersen, B.A. Grand Island College 1900, M.A. Uni- 
versity of Nebraska 1902. 

Dissertation: Studies in Greek diminutives. Part I, Neuter sub- 
stantives in -10, except diminutives and hypocoristica. (Pub- 
lished as follows: Greek diminutives in -lov, a study in 
semantics, R. Wagner Sohn, Weimar, 1910.) 

Professor of Greek and Psychology, Bethany College, Linds- 
borg, Kan. 

1909 

Josiah Bethea Game, M.A. South Carolina College 1895, M.S. 
Erskine College 1898, M.A. Yale University 1906, Ph.D. 
Illinois Wesleyan University 1900. 
Dissertation: An introduction to the Philippics of Cicero and to 

the study of his invective. 
Professor of Ancient Languages, Florida State College for 
Women, Tallahassee, Fla. 

1910 

Erma Eloise Cole, B.A. Upper Iowa University 1900. 

Dissertation: The Samos of Herodotus. (Printed in revised and 
condensed form, by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Com- 
pany, New Haven, 1912.) 

325 South 14th St., Salem, Oregon. 



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Clarence Whittlesey Mendell, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 

1905. 
Dissertation: Sentence connection in Tacitus. (Published by 

the Yale University Press, New Haven, 191 1.) 
Assistant Professor of Latin, Yale College. 

Clyde Pharr, B.A. Yale University 1906. 

Dissertation: Hellanicus and the Ionian logography. (In press, 
R. Wagner Sohn, Weimar, 1915.) 

Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin, Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Delaware, O. 

1911 

Irene Nye, B.A. Washburn College 1895. 

Dissertation: Sentence connection as illustrated in certain por- 
tions of Livy's history. (Published as follows: Sentence 
connection; illustrated chiefly from Livy, R. Wagner Sohn, 
Weimar, 1912.) 

Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin, Connecticut College 
for Women, New London, Conn. 

Arthur Harold Weston, B.A. Yale University 1908. 

Dissertation: A study in satirical literature in post-Juvenalian 
Latin. (Published as follows: Latin satirical writing sub- 
sequent to Juvenal, Press of the New Era Printing Company, 
Lancaster, Pa., 1915.) 

Instructor in Greek and Latin, Yale College. 

1912 

Lacey Davis Caskey, B.A. Yale University 1901. 

Dissertation: The building-inscriptions of the Erechtheum. 

(Published in part as follows: Die Baurechnung des Erech- 

theion fur das Jahr 409/8 v. Chr., Mitteilungen des Kaiserlich 

Deutschen Archaologischen Instituts, Z^'-Z^J-ZAZ- Athen, 

1911.) 
Curator of Classical Antiquities, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 

Mass. 

1913 
Edmund Dresser Cressman, B.A. University of Kansas 1910. 
Dissertation: The semantics of -mentum, -hulum, and -culum. 

(Published as Humanistic Studies, Vol. i. No. 4, University 

of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan., 1915.) 
Assistant Professor of Latin, University of Kansas, Lawrence, 

Kan. 



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Harry Mortimer Hubbell, B.A. Yale University 1902. 
Dissertation: The influence of Isocrates on Cicero, Dionysius, 

and Aristides. (Published by Yale University Press, New 

Haven, 1913.) 
Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin, Yale College. 

Edv^^ard Wilber Nichols, B.A. Dalhousie University 1906. 

Dissertation: The semantic variability and semantic equivalents 
of -osus and -lentus. (Published as follows: The semantic 
variability and semantic equivalents of -oso and -lento, Press 
of the New Era Printing Company, Lancaster, Pa., 1914.) 

Instructor in Greek and Latin, Yale College. 



1914 

George Harry Cohen, B.A. Trinity College 191 1. 

Dissertation: Derivative verbs in -to and verbal modification in 

Latin. 
Student, Law School, Yale University. 

Sidney Norton Deane, B.A. Yale University 1902. 
Dissertation: The frieze of the temple at Bassai. 
Associate Professor of Greek, Smith College, Northampton, 
Mass. 

Walter Hobart Palmer, B.A. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: The use of anaphora in the amplification of a 
general truth; illustrated chiefly from Silver Latin. (Pub- 
lished by Press of the New Era Printing Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa., 1915.) 

Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin, Washington University, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Albert William Van Buren, B.A. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: Studies in Roman archaeology: i. The Ara Pacis 
Augustae; 2, The Temples of Castor and of Concord in the 
Roman forum; 3, A medallion of Antoninus Pius; 4, A 
transcription of the Palimpsest of Cicero's De Re Publica. 
(Published as follows: (i) The Journal of Roman Studies, 
3:134-141. London, 1913; (2) The Classical Review, 20:77-84, 
184. London, 1906; (3) The Journal of Roman Studies, 



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i:i87-i95- London, 1911; (4) Supplementary Papers of the 
American School in Rome, 84-262. Macmillan Company, New 
York, 1908.) 
Librarian, and Associate Professor of Archaeology, American 
Academy in Rome, Italy. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

(* indicates that graduate is deceased.) 



Abbe, 1903 
Abbott, 1891 
Allen, J. T., 1898 
Allen, M. A., 1908 
Barbour, 1902 
Bartley, 1895 
Bassett, 1905 
Beadle, 1894. 
Beckwith, 1872 
Beggs, 1904 
Brown, D. W., 1878 
Brown, L. D., 1903 
Brownson, 1897 
Brubacher, 1902 
Buck, 1889 
Bunnell, 1903 
Burnam, 1886 
Bushnell, C. C, 1895 
Bushnell, G. E., 1878 
Capps, 1891 
Caskey, 1912 
Castle, 1888 
Clapp, 1886 
Clark, 1903 
Cohen, 1914 
Cole, 1910 
Cressman, 1913 
Deane, 1914 
DeForest, 1898 
Dewing, 1908 
Dodge, 1900 
Easton, 1872 
*Edgren, 1874 



Game, 1909 

Goodell, 1884 
♦Graves, 1878 

Hale, 1863 

Hall, 1886 

Harmon, 1908 
*Harper, 1875 

Harstrom, 1899 
*Haskell, 1876 
*Heermance, 1898 

Hubbell, 1913 
*Hunt, 1892 

Hyde, 1882 

Ingersoll, 1894 

Ingham, 1896 
*Keep, 1869 

Kellogg, 1898 

Kennedy, 1878 

Lanman, 1873 

Learned, 1873 

Lord, 1908 
*Luquiens, 1873 
*Manatt, 1873 

Mendell, 1910 

Miller, 1892 

Moore, 1890 

Nichols, 1913 

Nutting, 1897 

Nye, 191 1 

Oertel, 1890 

Owen, 1900 
♦Packard, 1863 

Palmer, E. H., 1905 



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Palmer, W. H., 1914 
♦Parks, 1888 

Perrin, 1873 

Peters, 1876 

Petersen, 1908 

Pharr, 1910 

Platner, 1885 

Price, 1896 
♦Richardson, 1878 

Robinson, 1888 

Scott, 1890 

Sledd, 1903 

Staley, 1895 

Tarbell, 1879 

Tew, 1895 

Thompson, G. C, 1896 
♦Thompson, G. V., 1894 

Thompson, M., 1906 



Thompson, W. H., 1906 
Tolman, 1890 
Tukey, 1906 
Van Buren, 1915 
VanDeventer, 1907 
Waters, 1887 
Weller, 1904 
Welles, 1904 
Weston, 191 1 
Wetmore, 1904 
Wheeler, 1896 
Whiton, 1861 
Wilcox, 1880 
Wolcott, 1898 
Wright, H. B., 1903 
Wright, H. P., 1876 
Zimmerman, 1897 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SEMITIC 
LANGUAGES, LITERATURE, AND HISTORY 

[Until 1912-13 this was the Department of Semitic 
Languages and Biblical Literature] 



1888 

Mark Wilson Chunn, B.A. Western Maryland College 1882, 

B.D. Yale University 1886. 
Dissertation: The Hebrew infinitive absolute. 
Attorney-at-law, Luverne, Minn. 

1889 

Frank Knight Sanders, B.A. Ripon College 1882, M.A. 1888. 
Dissertation: The noun formation of the Asshurbanipal texts. 
Director, Board of Missionary Preparation, New York City. 

George Stibitz, B.A. Ursinus College 1881, M.A. 1887. 
Dissertation: The circumstantial clause in Hebrew. 
Professor of Old Testament Languages, Literature, and 
Theology, Central Theological Seminary, Dayton, O. 

Alfred Mundy Wilson, B.A. Denison University 1881, B.D. 

Baptist Union Theological Seminary 1884. 
Dissertation: The particle HJ^ in the Hebrew language. 

1890 

Gaylord Hawkins Patterson, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 
1888, M.A. Harvard University 1893, B.D. Boston Univer- 
sity 1898. 
Dissertation: The Septuagint text of Hosea compared with the 
Massoretic text. (Published in Hebraica, 7:190-221. The 
Student Printing Company, Hartford, Conn., 1891.) 
Professor of Social Science, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. 

Eben Charles Sage, B.A. Shurtleff College 1878, B.D. Baptist 

Union Theological Seminary 1882. 
Dissertation: The syntax of the post-exilic prophets. 
Assistant Secretary, General Education Board, New York, N. Y. 



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iSgi 

Lester Bradner, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1889. 

Dissertation: The order of the sentence in the Assyrian historical 

inscriptions. 
Director of Department of Parochial Education, General Board 

of Religious Education of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 

New York, N. Y. 

Clark Eugene Crandall, B.A. Milton College 1879, M.A. 1886, 

B.D. University of Chicago 1885. 
Dissertation: The variations in the text, grammar, and vocabulary 

of the duplicate passages in the books of Chronicles and 

Samuel and Kings. 
Treasurer, Milton College, Milton, Wis. 

Olaus Dahl, B.A. Luther College 1885, B.D. Yale University 

1889. 
Dissertation: The new ideas of the Exile. 
Died 1897. 

George William Davis, Owen's College (England) 1880. 
Dissertation: Some peculiarities in the syntax of Deutero-Isaiah. 
Professor of Social and Political Science, Macalester College, 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Carl Elofson, B.A. Augustana College 1888. 

Dissertation: The attributive adjective in the Assyrian historical 

inscriptions. 
Died 1899. 

George Stephen Goodspeed, B.A. Brown University 1880, M.A. 

1883. 
Dissertation: The Aramaic section of the book of Daniel. 
Died 1905. 

William Griffiths, B.D. Yale University 1889. 
Dissertation: A history of Hebrew prophecy. 
Clergyman, Congleton, Cheshire, England. 

Charles Horswell, B.A. Northwestern University 1884. 
Dissertation: An inductive study of the terms used for divination 

and prophecy in the Old Testament. 
Pastor, Kenilworth Union Church, Kenilworth, III. 



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Charles Foster Kent, B.A. Yale University 1889. 

Dissertation: Annexion in Assyrian. 

Woolsey Professor of Biblical Literature, Yale College. 

Daniel Shepardson, Jr., B.A. Denison University 1888. 
Dissertation: The Arabic negative sentence as illustrated by the 

Kor'an. 
Died 1905. 

Wilbert Webster White, B.A. University of Wooster 1881, M.A. 

1884. 
Dissertation: The historical situation in Isaiah I-XXXIX. 
President, Bible Teachers Training School, New York, N. Y. 

Kichiro Yuasa, B.D. Oberlin College 1888. 

Dissertation: Classification of the separate proverbs in the book 

of Proverbs. 
Librarian, Demizuagaru, Muromachidori, Kyoto, Japan. 

1892 

John Havemeyer Daniels, B.A. Yale University 1889, M.D. 

Niagara University 1895. 
Dissertation: A consideration of the Old Testament conception 

of Satan. 
Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

1893 
Edward Bagby Pollard, B.A. Richmond College 1884, M.A. 1886, 

B.D. 1891, Ph.D. University of Berlin 1896. 
Dissertation: Semitic sacrificial customs as throwing light upon 

the origin of sacrifice. 
Professor of Homiletics, Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, 
Pa. 

Artemas Ward Reynolds, B.A. Colgate University 1885. 
Dissertation: Hebrew cosmogony. 
Clergyman, Elmira, N. Y. 

1894 

Harlan Creelman, B.D. Yale University 1889, M.A. 1908. 

Dissertation: The problem of well-being and suffering in the Old 
Testament. (Published in part in The Biblical World, 
7:255-263, 325-338. Chicago, 1896.) 

Professor of Hebrew Language and Literature, Auburn Theo- 
logical Seminary, Auburn, N. Y. 



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Clinton Lockhart, B.A. Kentucky University 1886, M.A. 1888. 
Dissertation: A critical and expository commentary on the book 

of Nahum. 
Professor of Biblical Literature, Texas Christian University, 

Fort Worth, Texas. 

1896 

Henry Thatcher Fowler, B.A. Yale University 1890. 
Dissertation The book of Joel. (Published in part, in modified 

form, as follows: The chronological position of Joel among 

the Prophets, Journal of Biblical Literature, 16:146-154. 

Norwood, Mass., 1897.) 
Professor of Biblical Literature and History, Brown University, 

Providence, R. L 

1897 
Harry Westbrook Dunning, B.A. Yale University 1894. 
Dissertation: The text of the First Book of Kings. 
President, H. W. Dunning and Company, Foreign Tours, 
Boston, Mass. 

Fred Elmer Marble, B.A. University of Rochester 1887. 
Dissertation: The priesthood in Israel. 
Clergyman, Cambridge, Mass. 

1898 

Armenag Harutune Haigazian, B.A. Central Turkey College 

1889, B.D. Hartford Theological Seminary 1896. 
Dissertatio7i: The text of Zephaniah. 
President, Apostolic College, Konia, Asia Minor. 

1899 

Charles Stedman Macfarland, B.D. Yale University 1897. 
Dissertation: Jesus and the prophets: an historical, exegetical, 

and interpretative discussion of the use of prophecy by Jesus 

and his attitude towards it. (Published by G. P. Putnam's 

Sons, New York, 1905.) 
General Secretary, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ 

in America, New York, N. Y. 

Meyer Wolodarsky, Ph.B. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: Divorce in Judaism. 

Lawyer, New York, N. Y. 

Died 1914. \ 



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I goo 

Arthur Bumstead, B.A. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: Paul's conversion in the light of historical criticism. 

Finance, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

Died 1915. 

1901 

William Weber, B.D. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: Eschatology of the Wisdom of Solomon. (Pub- 
lished in Zeitschrift fiir wissenschaftliche Theologie, 47:145- 
169. 1904; 48:409-444. 1905; 51:314-332; 53:322-345. 1911; 
54:205-239. Frankfurt-am-Main, 1912.) 

^Farmer, Fern Hollow, Gambrills, Md. 

1903 
Sara Anna Emerson, B.A. Boston University 1877. 
Dissertation: The historic nucleus of the stories of Abraham 

contained in the book of Genesis. 
Teacher and Lecturer upon Biblical Literature, Watertown, 

Mass. 

Louis Halsey Holden, B.A. Yale University 1895, M.A. Columbia 

University 1897. 
Dissertation: John XXI in its relation to the tradition of Johan- 

nine authorship. 
Pastor, Christ Church, Utica, N. Y. 

Sidney Adams Weston, B.A. Yale University 1900, M.A. 1901. 

Dissertation: The Kitab Masalik en-Nazar of Sa'id ibn Hasan 
of Alexandria, edited for the first time and translated, v^^ith 
introduction and notes. (Published in Journal of the 
American Oriental Society, 24:312-383. New Haven, 1903.) 

Managing Editor, Congregational Sunday-School and Publish- 
ing Society, Boston, Mass. 

1906 

Shirley Jackson Case, B.A. Acadia University 1893, M.A. 1896, 
B.D. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: Sources of information for a study of Pre-Pauline 
Christology. (Published in part as follows: Paul's historical 
relation to the first disciples, American Journal of Theology, 
11:269-286. Chicago, 1907; KTPIOS as a title for Christ, 
Journal of Biblical Literature, 26:151-161. New York, 1907.) 

Professor of New Testament Interpretation, University of 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. 



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Frederick Lent, B.A. Brown University 1900, M.A. 1901, B.D. 

Newton Theological Seminary 1900. 
Dissertation: The life of Simeon the Stylite. (Published in 

Journal of the American Oriental Society, 35:103-198. New 

Haven, 1915.) 
Pastor, First Baptist Church, New Haven, Conn. 



1907 

George DeWitt Castor, B.A. Drury College 1898, M.A. 1903, 
B.D. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1905. 

Dissertation: Matthew's sayings of Jesus: an attempt to recon- 
struct the non-Marcan common source of Matthew and Luke. 
(Published in part in Journal of Biblical Literature, 31:82-91. 
Boston, 1912.) 

Professor of New Testament Literature, Pacific Theological 
Seminary, Berkeley, Cal. 

Died 1912. 

Albert Alonzo Madsen, B.A. Moravian College 1900, B.D. 1902, 
B.D. Yale University 1903, M.A. 1904. 

Dissertation: A critical study of I Chronicles 21-29: a specimen 
of a critical commentary on the Books of Chronicles. (Pub- 
lished as part of the volume Chronicles, in the International 
Critical Commentary, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 
1910.) 

Pastor, Trinity Congregational Church, Gloucester, Mass. 



1908 

Herbert Stanley Brown, B.A. Yale University 1881, B.D. 1886, 

M.A. 1906. 
Dissertation: A study of the Syro-Hexaplaric text of First 

Esdras and Nehemiah. 
Pastor, Congregational Church, Darien, Conn. 

Harry Clinton York, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1906, B.D. 

1908. 
Dissertation: The Latin versions of First Esdras. (Published in 

American Journal of Semitic Languages, 26:253-302. Chicago, 

1910.) 
Associate Professor of Biblical Literature on the Helen Day 

Gould Foundation, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.v 



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igog 

Kannosuke Kawanaka, B.D. Pacific Theological Seminary 1906, 

M.A. Columbia University 1907. 
Dissertation: The gods of the Arameans. 

Professor of Old Testament Literature. Doshisha University, 
Kyoto, Japan. 

William Hamilton Wood, B.A. University of Toronto 1901, B.D. 

Yale University 1905. 
Dissertation: Jar burial customs and the question of infant 

sacrifice in Palestine. (Published in abridged form in 

Biblical World, New series, 36:166-175, 227-234. Chicago, 

1910.) 
Professor, and Head of Department, of Biblical Literature and 

Religious Education, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn. 

igii 

Ora Delmar Foster, B.A. Manchester College 1906, B.D. Oberlin 
College 1908, M.A. 1909. 

Dissertation: The literary relations of the First Epistle of Peter, 
with their bearing on date and place of authorship. (Pub- 
lished in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts 
and Sciences, 17:363-538. New Haven, 1913.) 

Professor of Biblical Literature, Y. M. C. A. College, Chicago, 
111. 

Otto Lichti, B.S. New York University 1907, S.T.M. Pacific 
Theological Seminary 1909, M.A. University of California 
1909. 
Dissertation: Sendschreiben des heiligen Patriarchen, Mar 
Johannan Barschuschan, an den Katholikus der Armenier. 
(Published in Journal of the American Oriental Society, 
32:268-342. New Haven, 1912.) 
Head of German Department, High School, Reedley, Cal. 

igi2 

Clarence Elwood Keiser, B.A. Muhlenberg College 1905, M.A. 
University of Pennsylvania 1910. 

Dissertation: Cuneiform labels and tags from the third millenium 
B. C. (Published as follows: Cuneiform bullae of the third 
millennium, B. C, Babylonian Records in the Library of J. 
Pierpont Morgan, pt. 3. Privately printed. New York, 1914.) 

300 Lawrence St., New Haven, Conn. 



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Charles Eugene Underwood, B.A. Butler College 1903, M.A. 

1904, M.A. Yale University 1910. 
Dissertation: The so-called supernumerary member in the 

Hebrew verse. 
Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature, Butler 

College, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Clarence Russell Williams, B.A. University of Pennsylvania 1892, 
M.A. Princeton University 1895, B.D. University of Chicago 
1901. 

Dissertation: The appendices to the Gospel according to Mark: 

a study in textual transmission. (Published in Transactions 

of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 18:347-447. 

Yale University Press, New Haven, 1915.) 

Lecturer on Biblical Literature, Philadelphia, Pa. 



1913 

George Dahl, B.A. Yale University 1908, M.A. 1909. 

Dissertation: The materials for the history of Dor down to the 
Jewish War. (Published as follows: The materials for the 
history of Dor, Transactions of the Connecticut Academy 
of Arts and Sciences, 20:1-131. New Haven, 1915.) 

Assistant Professor of Old Testament Literature, and Director 
of Religious Work, School of Religion, Yale University. 



1915 

Robert Ritchie Harwell, B.A. Hampden-Sidney College 1897, 

M.A. 1898, B.D. Yale University 1903. 
Dissertation: The principal versions of Baruch. (Printed by The 
Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, New Haven, 1915.) 
Professor of Greek, Austin College, Sherman, Texas. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that graduate is deceased.) 

Bradner, 1891 Crandall, 1891 

Brown, 1908 Creelman, 1894 

*Bumstead, 1900 Dahl, G., 1913 

Case, 1906 *Dahl, O., 1891 
*Castor, 1907 Daniels, 1892 

Chunn, 1888 Davis, 1891 



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Dunning, 1897 
*Elofson, 1891 
Emerson, 1903 
Foster, 191 1 
Fowler, 1896 
*Goodspeed, 1891 
Griffiths, 1891 
Haigazian, 1898 
Harwell, 1915 
Holden, 1903 
Horswell, 1891 
Kawanaka, 1909 
Keiser, 1912 
Kent, 1891 
Lent, 1906 
Lichti, 191 1 
Lockhart, 1894 
McFarland, 1899 
Madsen, 1907 



Marble, 1897 

Patterson, 1890 

Pollard, 1893 

Reynolds, 1893 

Sage, 1890 

Sanders, 1889 
*Shepardson, 1891 

Stibitz, 1889 

Underwood, 1912 

Weber, 1901 

Weston, 1903 

White, 1891 

Williams, 1912 

Wilson, 1889 
*Wolodarsky, 1899 

Wood, 1909 

York, 1908 

Yuasa, 1891 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE 
LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES 



1894 

Cornelia Hephzibah Bulkley Rogers, B.A. Wellesley College 

1884. 
Dissertation: Sinalefa, sineresis e hiato en los romances del Cid. 
Instructor in French and Italian, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y., until 1903. 
Died 1907. 

i8g8 

John Joseph Dunn, B.A. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: Vocabulary to the Orlando Furioso of Ariosto, 
cantos 1-3. 

Professor of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Catholic Univer- 
sity, Washington, D. C. 

1900 

Robert Longley Taylor, B.A. Hamilton College 1S82. 

Dissertation: Alliteration in Italian. (Printed by The Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor Company, New Haven, 1900.) 

Professor of Romance Languages, Williams College, Williams- 
town, Mass. 

1901 
Marian Parker Whitney. 

DissertatiofJi: The Young King and largesse. A study in medieval 

manners. 
Professor of German, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



1902 

Charles Philip Wagner, B.A. Yale University 1899. 
Dissertation: The sources of El Cavallero Cifar. (Published in 

slightly different form, in Revue Hispanique, 10: 5-104. Paris, 

1903.) 
Associate Professor of Romance Languages, University of 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



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1904 

Stanley Leman Galpin, B.A. Western Reserve University 1901, 
M.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: Cortois and vilain as conceived by the French and 
Provengal poets of the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth cen- 
turies. (Printed as follows: Cortois and vilain: a study of 
the distinctions made between them by the French and Pro- 
vencal poets of the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth 
centuries, Ryder's Printing House, New Haven, 1905.) 

Professor of Romance Languages, Trinity College, Hartford, 
Conn. 

Milton Stahl Garver, B.A. Western Reserve University 1901, 
M.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: Sources of the allusions to animals in the Italian 
lyric of the thirteenth century. (Published as follows: 
Sources of the beast similes in the Italian lyric of the thir- 
teenth century, Romanische Forschungen, 2i:276-32of. 
Erlangen, 1908.) 

Instructor in French, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 

1905 
David Hobart Carnahan, B.A. University of Illinois 1896, M.A. 

1898, M.A. Yale University 1904. 
Dissertation: The prologue in the Old French and Provengal 
mystery. (Printed by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Com- 
pany, New Haven, 1905.) 
Associate Professor of Romance Languages, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Frederick Bliss Luquiens, B.A. Yale University 1897. 
Dissertation: The Roman de la Rose and medieval Castilian 

literature. (Published in Romanische Forschungen, 20:284- 

320 K. Erlangen, 1907.) 
Professor of Spanish, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 

1907 

Oscar Emil Staaf, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1900, M.A. 

Yale University 1902. 
Dissertation: Classical mythology in Calderon. 
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Adelbert College, 
Western Reserve University, Cleveland, O. 



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John Pierrepont Rice, B.A. Yale University 1900, M.A. 1901. 
Dissertation: A critical edition of the Bestiary and Lapidary 

from the Acerba of Cecco d'Ascoli. 
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Williams College, 

Williamstown, Mass. 

1911 

Raymond Thompson Hill, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1905. 

Dissertation: La Mule sanz Frain: an Arthurian romance by 
Paiens de Maisieres, edited with introduction, notes, and 
glossary. (Printed by J. H. Furst Company, Baltimore, 191 1.) 

Instructor in French, Yale College. 



1913 

Elise Neuenschwander, B.A. University of Kansas 1898. 
Dissertation: Influence of Villon on Voltaire. 
Associate Professor of Romance Languages, University of 
Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. 

1914 

Ames Haven Corley, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 1901, M.A. 

Harvard University 191 1. 
Dissertation: A study in the word-play in Cervantes' Don 

Quixote. 
Instructor in Spanish, Yale College. 



1915 

Frederick Anderson, B.A. Leland Stanford, Jr., University 191 1. 

M.A. Harvard University 1912. 
Dissertation: The literary experience of the Agricola. 
Instructor in Italian and Spanish, Yale College. 

John Bellows DeForest, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1912. 

Dissertation: Old French borrowed words in Old Spanish of the 
twelfth and thirteenth centuries with special reference to the 
Cid, Berceo's poems, the Alexandre, and Ferman Gonzalez. 

Instructor in French, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale U'niversity. 



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Joseph Seronde, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1910. 

Dissertation: A study of the relations of some leading French 
poets of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries to the Marques 
de Santillana. 

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 

(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 

Anderson, 1915 Neuenschv^ander, 1913 

Carnahan, 1905 Rice, 1909 

Corley, 1914 *Rogers, 1894 

DeForest, 1915 Seronde, 1915 

Dunn, 1898 Staaf, 1907 

Galpin, 1904 Taylor, 1900 

Garver, 1904 Wagner, 1902 

Hill, 191 1 Whitney, 1901 
Luquiens, 190S 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF GERMANIC 
LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES 



1896 

Warren Austin Adams, B.A. Yale University 1886. 
Dissertation: Studies in Goethe's Dichtung und Wahrheit. 
Professor of German, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. 

Gustav Gruener, B.A. Yale University 1884. 

Dissertation: The Nibelungenlied and Sage in modern poetry, 
(Published in Publications of the Modern Language Associa- 
tion of America, 11:220-257. Baltimore, 1896.) 

Professor of German, Yale College. 

Alfred John Pearson, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1893. 
Dissertation: The Gothic school in Swedish literature. 
Professor of the German Language and Literature, Drake 
University, Des Moines, la. 



1898 

Gustav Albert Andreen, B.A. Augustana College 1881, B.A. Yale 
University 1894. 

Dissertation: The origin, development and character of the idyl 
in German literature. (Published as follows: Studies in the 
idyl in German literature, Augustana Library Publications, 
No. 3, Lutheran Augustana Book Concern, Rock Island, 111., 
1902.) 

President of Augustana College and Theological Seminary, 
Rock Island, 111. 

1900 

Ellen Cordelia Abbott, B.A. Vassar College 1892. 

Dissertation: The influence of Shakespere upon the dramatic 

works of Heinrich von Kleist. 
Teacher, 29 East 29th St., New York, N. Y. 



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Alberta Linton Corbin, B.A. University of Kansas 1893. 
Dissertation: Contributions to the study of the political lyric in 

Germany. 
Associate Professor of German, University of Kansas, Lawrence, 

Kan. 

1904 

Hollon Augustine Farr, B.A. Yale University 1896, M.A. 1902. 
Dissertation: Five Berlin puppet plays from about 1835. 
Chairman of the Academical Freshman Faculty, and Assistant 
Professor of German, Yale College. 

Carl Wilhelm Johnson, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1900, 
M.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: A comparative study of the rhythmic nature and 
development of the Alexandrine verse in German poetry 
during the early part of the eighteenth century. 

Assistant Professor of German, Williams College, Williams- 
town, Mass. 

Edward Thorstenberg, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1899, 
M.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: Lessing's appreciation of color as an element of 
effect in poetry: a contribution to the study of Laokoon. 

Professor of Scandinavian Languages and Literatures, Univer- 
sity of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 

1905 
George Merrick Baker, B.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: The German drama in England from 1785 to 1805. 
Associate Professor of Modern Languages, University of the 
South, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Joseph Fogelberg, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1899. 
Dissertation: Christian Dietrich Grabbe: his life and work. 
Died 1909. 

Lars Johan Evald Hallander, Upsala University (Sweden) 1893, 

M.A. Yale University 1904. 
Dissertation: Das starke Verb bei Lohenstein: ein Beitrag zum 

Studium des fruhneuhochdeutschen Verbes. 
Assistant Editor, Nordstjernan, New York, N. Y. 



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1906 

Jay Glover Eldridge, B.A. Yale University 1896, M.A. 1899. 
Dissertation: Studies in the infinitive after modal auxiliaries in 

the Middle High German epic. 
Professor of the German Language and Literature, and Dean 

of the University Faculty, University of Idaho, Moscow, 

Idaho. 

1907 

Albert Edward Gubelmann, B.A. University of Rochester 1897, 
M.A. 1900, M.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: Color and light in Hebbel's lyric poetry, (Pub- 
lished as part of his book, Studies in the lyric poems of 
Friedrich Hebbel, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1912.) 

Assistant Professor of German, Yale College. 

Axel Ebenezer Vestling, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1900, 

B.A. Yale University 1903, M.A. 1905. 
Dissertation: A study of the relative pronoun as used by Heinrich 

Heine in his prose works. 
Professor of German, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. 

Arthur Gustavus Ward, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 1904. 
Dissertation: Friedrich Hebbel's aesthetic notions. 
Professor of French, New York State College for Teachers, 
Albany, N. Y. 

1909 

Paul Curts, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1907. 

Dissertation: Luther's variations in sentence arrangement from 
the modern literary usage, with primary reference to the 
position of the verb. (Printed by R. Wagner Sohn, Weimar, 
1910.) 

Associate Professor of German, Wesleyan University, Middle- 
town, Conn. 

George Blakeman Lovell, B.A. Yale University 1901, M.A. 1903. 

Dissertation: Word-order in the works of Grimmelshausen (1625- 
1676) as indicated by the position of the verb. (Published 
in part as follows: Peculiarities of verb-position in Grimmels- 
hausen, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 11:205- 
208. Urbana, 1912.) 

Rector-elect, Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn. 



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Frederick Williams Pierce, Ph.B. Baker University 1906. 
Dissertation: A study of Schiller's use of the relative pronouns 

in his prose works. 
Assistant Professor of German, Pennsylvania State College, 

State College, Pa. 

igio 

Harry Thomas Ceilings, B.A. Colgate University 1903, M.A. 

1906. 
Dissertation: Contributions to the study of the language and 

style of Gustav Freytag's Die Ahnen, (Abstract published in 

Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 13:186-201. 

Urbana, 1914.) 
Professor of German and Head of German Department, 

Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. 



igii 

Susan Almira Bacon, B.A. Mount Holyoke College 1905. 
Dissertation: The source of Wolfram's Willehalm. (Published 

as Heft 4, Sprache und Dichtung, J. C. B. Mohr,.Tubingen, 

1910.) 
Associate Professor of French, Mount Holyoke College, South 

Hadley, Mass. (until 1915). 
244 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. 



1913 
Howard Wadsworth Church, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 

1907. 
Dissertation: Friedrich Riickert als Lyriker der Befreiungskriege. 
(Published in expanded form, by G. E. Stechert and Company, 
New York, 1916 [in press].) 
Instructor in German, Yale College. 



1914 

Edith St. Clair Palmer, B.A. Mt. Holyoke College 1910, M.A. 

Smith College 1912. 
Dissertation: Studien zu Theodor Fontanes Balladen. 
Instructor in German, Wheaton College, Norton, Mass. 



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Carl Frederick Schreiber, B.A. University of Michigan 1907, 
M.A. New York University 1910. 

Dissertation: Harro Harring: Ein Beitrag zur Deutschen 
Demagogenliteratur. 

Instructor in German, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 

(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 



Abbott, 1900 
Adams, 1896 
Andreen, 1898 
Bacon, 191 1 
Baker, 1905 
Church, 1913 
Collings, 1910 
Corbin, 1901 
Curts, 1909 
Eldridge, 1906 
Farr, 1904 
♦Fogelberg, 1905 



Gruener, 1896 
Gubelmann, 1907 
Hallander, 1905 
Johnson, 1904 
Lovell, 1909 
Palmer, 1914 
Pearson, 1896 
Pierce, 1909 
Schreiber, 1914 
Thorstenberg, 1904 
Vestling, 1907 
Ward, 1907 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE 



1875 

Lucius Adclno Sherman, B.A. Yale University 1871. 
Dissertation: A grammatical analysis of The Owl and the 

Nightingale. 
Dean of Graduate College, Professor of the English Language 

and Literature, and Head of the Department, University of 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 

1878 

Julian Willis Abemethy, B.A. Middlebury College 1876. 
Dissertation: The decline of the English drama in the eighteenth 

century. 
Literary work, Burlington, Vt. 

x88o 

James Raymond Brackett, B.A. Bates College 1875. 
Dissertation: The authorship of The Flower and the Leaf. 
Professor of Comparative and English Literature, and Dean of 
the Graduate School, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. 

1889 

Wilbur Lucius Cross, B.A. Yale University 1885. 

Dissertation: Eighteenth-century sentimentalism in France and 
England. 

Professor of English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

1891 

William Lyon Phelps, B.A. Yale University 1887, M.A. Har- 
vard University 1891. 

Dissertation: The beginnings of the English romantic move- 
ment, 1725-1765. (Published as follows: The beginnings of 
the English romantic movement: A study in eighteenth 
century literature, Ginn and Company, Boston, 1893.) 

Lampson Professor of English Literature, Yale College. 



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1892 

Charles Davidson, B.A. Grinnell (Iowa) College 1875, M.A. 1878. 
Dissertation: Studies in the English mystery plays. (Published 

in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 

Sciences, 9: 125-297. New Haven, 1892; and as a reprint with 

new pagination.) 
Professor of Education, University of Maine, until 191 1; now 

retired. 
Claremont, Cal. 

1893 
Arthur Willis Colton, B.A. Yale University 1890. 
Dissertation: The English prologue and epilogue. 
Librarian, University Club, New York, N. Y. 



1894 
Elizabeth Dcering Hanscom, B.A. Boston University 1887, M.A. 

1893. 
Dissertation: Studies in the Vision of Piers Plowman. (Pub- 
lished in part as follows: The argument of the Vision of 
Piers Plowman, Publications of the Modern Language 
Association of America, 9: 403-450. Baltimore, 1894.) 
Professor of English Language and Literature, Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass. 

Charles Augustus Schumacher, B.A. Yale University 1892. 
Dissertation: Sources of Longfellow's poetry. 
Teacher of Psychology and Methods of Literature, State Normal 
School, Oneonta, N. Y. 

Mary Augusta Scott, B.A. Vassar College 1876, M.A. 1882. 

Dissertation: The Elizabethan drama, especially in its relations to 
the Italians of the Renaissance. (A part developed and now 
in press, as follows: Elizabethan translations from the Italian, 
one of the Semi-Centennial Publications of Vassar College, 
Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, Boston, 1915.) 

Professor of English Language and Literature, Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass. 

Laura Johnson Wylie, B.A. Vassar College 1877. 

Dissertation: Studies in the evolution of English criticism, 

(Published by Ginn and Company, Boston, 1894.) 
Professor, and Head of the Department, of English, Vassar 

College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

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Charles Henry Adams Wager, B.A. Colgate University 1892. 

Dissertatimi: The Seege of Troye, in Middle English, with 
introduction. (Published as follows: The Seege of Troye, 
edited from MS. Had. 525, with introduction, notes, and 
glossaries. The Macmillan Company, New York, 1899.) 

Professor of English, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. 



1896 

Henry Walter Bunn, B.A. Yale University 1894. 
Dissertation: Some love poetry. 

Captain, Coast Artillery Corps, United States Army, Fort 
Flagler, Wash. 

Frank Herbert Chase, B.A. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: The syntax of temporal clauses in Old English 

prose. 
Custodian of Special Libraries, Public Library, Boston, Mass. 

Edward Grier Fullerton, B.A. University of Pennsylvania 1883. 
Dissertation: Robert South. 
Died 1911. 

Martha Anstice Harris, M.A. Lincoln College 1894. 

Dissertation: A vocabulary of the Old English Gospels. (Pub- 
lished as follows: A glossary of the West Saxon Gospels, 
Latin-West Saxon and West Saxon-Latin, Yale Studies in 
English, No. 6, Lamson, Wolffe, and Company, Boston, 1899.) 

Professor of English Language and Literature, and Dean of 
the College, Elmira College, Elmira, N. Y. 

Robert Hastings Nichols, B.A. Yale University 1894. 
Dissertation: Studies in English lyrical poetry from 1625 to 

1660, with suggestions for an anthology. 
Professor of Church History, Auburn Theological Seminary, 

Auburn, N. Y. 

Edward Bliss Reed, B.A. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: Studies in English lyrical poetry of the Caroline 

and Commonwealth periods, with suggestions for an 

anthology. 
Assistant Professor of English, Yale College. 



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Alice Elizabeth Sawtelle (Mrs. Herbert Randall), B.A. Colby 

University 1888. 
Dissertation: The sources of Spenser's classical mythology. 

(Published by Silver, Burdett, and Company, Boston, 1896.) 
Died 1909. 

1897 

Frederick Wilkinson Kilboume, Ph.B. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: Alterations and adaptations of Shakespeare's plays 
after 1660. (Published as follows: Alterations and adapta- 
tions of Shakespeare, The Poet Lore Company, Boston, 1906.) 

Treasurer of the Curtis Home, Meriden, Conn. 

Herbert Augustine Smith, B.A. Yale University 1889. 
Dissertation: Classicism and criticism in English literature from 

Dryden to Pope. 
Editor, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. 

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Edward Chauncey Baldwin, B.A. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: Character-writings of the seventeenth century, with 
a critical edition of Butler's Characters. (Published in part, 
in revised form, as follows: In Modern Language Notes: Ben 
Jonson's indebtedness to the Greek character-sketch, 16: 385- 
396. Baltimore, 1901; In Publications of the Modern Lan- 
guage Association: The relation of the English "character" 
to its Greek prototype, 18: 412-423. Baltimore, 1903; The 
relation of the seventh century character to the periodical 
essay, 19: 75-114; La Bruyere's influence upon Addison, 19: 
479-495- Baltimore, 1904; A suggestion for a new edition of 
Butler's Hudibras, 26: 528-548. Baltimore, 191 1; The "char- 
acter" in Restoration comedy, 30: 64-78. Baltimore, 1915.) 

Assistant Professor of English, University of Illinois, Urbana, 
111. 

Anna Hunt Billings, B.L. Smith College 1891. 

Dissertation: A guide to the Middle English metrical romances 
which are based upon English and German legends, and upon 
the legends of Charlemagne. (Published as follows: A 
guide to the Middle English metrical romances dealing with 
English and Germanic legends, and with the cycles of 
Charlemagne and of Arthur, Yale Studies in English, No. 9, 
Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1901.) 

New York, N. Y. 



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James Wallace Broatch, B.A. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertatian: The Troylus and Criseyde of Chaucer. (Published 
in part as follows: The indebtedness of Chaucer's Troilus to 
Benoit's Roman, Journal of Germanic Philology, 2: 14-29. 
New Haven, 1900.) 

Died 1908. 

Charlton Miner Lewis, B.A. Yale University 1886, LL.B. Colum- 
bia University 1889. 

Dissertation: The foreign sources of modern English versifica- 
tion, with especial reference to the so-called iambic lines of 
8 and 10 syllables. (Printed by Ehrhardt Karras, Halle, 1898, 
and made No. i of Yale Studies in English, without bearing 
that title.) 

Emily Sanford Professor of English Literature, Yale College. 

Laura Emma Lockwood, B.A. University of Kansas 1891, M.A. 

1894. 
Dissertation: A lexicon to the English poetical works of John 

Milton, A-F. (Published, with additions, as follows: Lexicon 

to the English poetical works of John Milton, The Macmillan 

Company, New York, 1907.) 
Associate Professor of English Language, Wellesley College, 

Wellesley, Mass. 

Bertha Ellen Lovewell (Mrs. George L. Dickinson), B.L. 

Washburn College 1889. 
Dissertation: The life of Saint Cecilia, from MS. Ashmole 43 and 

MS. Cotton Tiberius E. VII, with introduction, variants, and 
. glossary. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 3, 

Lamson, Wolfife, and Company, Boston, 1898.) 
525 Huntington Terrace, Pasadena, Cal. 

Margaret Pollock Sherwood, B.A. Vassar College 1886. 
Dissertation: Dryden's dramatic theory and practice. (Published 

as Yale Studies in English, No. 4, Lamson, WolfTe, and 

Company, Boston, 1898.) 
Professor of English Literature, Wellesley College, Wellesley, 

Mass. 

Caroline Louisa White, B.A. Mount Holyoke College 1894. 

Dissertation: yElfric: a new study of his life and writings. (Pub- 
lished as Yale Studies in English, No. 2, Lamson, Wolffe, and 
Company, Boston, 1898.) 

Died 1905. 



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Elisabeth Woodbridge (Mrs. Charles G. Morris), B.A. Vassar 

College 1892. 
Dissertation: Studies in Jonson's comedy. (Published as Yale 

Studies in English, No. 5, Lamson, Wolffe, and Company, 

Boston, 1898.) 
67 Mansfield St., New Haven, Conn. 

1899 

John Milton Berdan, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: The poems of John Cleveland, v^ith a biography 
and historical introductions. (Published as follows: The 
poems of John Cleveland, annotated and correctly printed 
for the first time, with biographical and historical introduc- 
tions, The Grafton Press, New York, 1903; 2d ed., Y^le 
University Press, New Haven, 191 1.) 

Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Yale College. 

Ella Isabel Harris, B.A. Waynesburg College 1889, M.A. 1892. 

Dissertatimi: Two tragedies of Seneca rendered into English 
verse, with an introduction. (Published, without the intro- 
duction, by Lamson, Wolfife, and Company, Boston, 1898; 
republished by Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, Boston, 
1899. Included in The tragedies of Seneca rendered into 
English verse, Henry Frowde, London, 1904.) 

Teacher of English, State Normal School, Ellensburg, Wash. 

Charles Grosvenor Osgood, B.A. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: The sources of Milton's classical mythology. 
(Published as follows: The classical mythology of Milton's 
English poems, Yale Studies in English, No. 8, Henry Holt 
and Company, New York, 1900.) 

Professor of English, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 

Frederick Morgan Padelford, B.A. Colby University 1896. 
Dissertation: Old English musical terms. (Published as Bonner 
Beitrage zur Anglistik, Heft 4, P. Hanstein's Verlag, Bonn, 

1899.) 
Professor, and Head of the Department, of English, University 
of Washington, Seattle, Wash. 

Emerson Gifford Taylor, B.A. Yale University 1895. 
Dissertation: The influence of French comedy on the English 

comedy of the late seventeenth century (1660-1740). 
Author, 58 Garden St., Hartford, Conn. 



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Irene Tanner Myers, M.A. Bethany College 1889. 

Dissertation: A study in epic development. (Published as Yale 

Studies in English, No. 11, Henry Holt and Company, New 

York, 1901.) 
Professor of History, and Dean of Women, Transylvania 

College, Lexington, Ky. 

George Henry Nettleton, B.A. Yale University 1896. 
Dissertation: The evolution of the Shakespearean clown. 
Assistant Professor of English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

Charles Huntington Whitman, B.A. Colby University 1897. 
Dissertation: The birds of Old English literature. (Published in 
Journal of Germanic Philology, 2:149-198. New Haven, 1900.) 
Professor of English, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. 



1901 

Martha Hale Shackford, B.A. Wellesley College 1896. 
Dissertation: The pastoral idyll in English poetry. (Chapter i 

published as follows: A definition of the pastoral idyll. 

Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 

19^ 583-592. Baltimore, 1904-) 
Associate Professor of English Literature, Wellesley College, 

Wellesley, Mass. 

Margaret Sweeney, B.A. Radcliffe College 1899. 

Dissertation: Patience, a Middle English poem in the West Mid- 
land dialect of the fourteenth century, edited with introduction, 
notes, and glossary. 

Professor of Rhetoric, and Dean of Women, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Alice Lincoln Wright, B.A. Wellesley College 1897. 
Dissertation: A study of Ben Jonson's Catiline, with special 

reference to its sources. 
Teacher, Dwight School, New Haven, Conn. 

igo2 

Margaret Rooker Bradshaw, M.A. Vanderbilt University 1893. 
Dissertation: The metre of the Christ. 

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, Smith 
College, Northampton, Mass. 



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Emily Howard Foley (Mrs. Allyn K. Foster), B.A. Wellesley 
College 1893. 

Dissertation: The language of the Northumbrian Gloss to the 
Gospel of Saint Matthew. (Pt. i, Phonology, published as 
Yale Studies in English, No. 14, Henry Holt and Company, 
New York, 1903.) 

8 Polhemus PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henry Lee Hargrove, B.A. University of Nashville 1891, M.A. 
1892. 

Dissertatian: King Alfred's Old English version of St. Augus- 
tine's Soliloquies, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. 
(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 13, Henry Holt 
and Company, New York, 1902.) 

Professor of English Literature, Government Preparatory 
School, Kaifeng, Honan, China. 

Charles Montgomery Hathaway, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1899, 

M.A. 1901. 
Dissertation: The Alchemist, by Ben Jonson, critically edited 

with introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale 

Studies in English, No. 17, Henry Holt and Company, New 

York, 1903, omitting 'critically' in the title.) 
American Consul, Hull, England. 

Robert Kilburn Root, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: Classical mythology in Shakespeare. (Published as 

Yale Studies in English, No. 19, Henry Holt and Company, 

New York, 1903.) 
Assistant Professor, John L. Cadwalader Preceptor in English, 

Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 

Hubert Gibson Shearin, B.A. Centre College 1897, M.A. 1899. 
Dissertation: The expression of purpose in Old English prose. 

(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 18, Henry Holt 

and Company, New York, 1903.) 
Professor, and Head of the Department, of English, Occidental 

College, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Susan Smith Sheridan, B.A. University of Omaha 1897. 

Dissertatian: Glossary of the Anglo-Saxon Ritual of the Cathe- 
dral Church of Durham. 

Teacher, and Head of the Department, of English, Hillhouse 
High School, New Haven^ Conn. 



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Chauncey Brewster Tinker, B.A. Yale University 1899, M.A. 
1901. 

Dissertation: A historical and critical account of the translations 
of Beowulf, with a new rendering of the poem. (First part 
and a translation published as follows: The translations of 
Beowulf: a critical bibliography, Yale Studies in English, No. 
16, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1903; Beowulf 
translated out of the Old English, Newson and Company, 
New York, 1902, rev. ed., 1910.) 

Professor of English Literature, Yale College. 



1903 

Carroll Storrs Alden, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 1901. 

Dissertation: Jonson's Bartholomew Fair, edited with introduc- 
tion, notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale Studies in 
English, No. 25, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1904-) 

Instructor in English, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 
Md. 

Henry Davenport Blackwell, B.A. Randolph-Macon College 

1890. 
Dissertation: A guide to the Middle English metrical romances: 

the cycle of antiquity, and the romances of adventure. 
Professor of English Literature, Randolph-Macon Woman's 

College, Lynchburg, Va. 

Clarence Carroll Clark, B.A. Johns Hopkins University 1896. 
Dissertation: Matthew Arnold and his masters. 
Clergyman, Chapel of the Comforter, New York, N. Y. 

Watson Nicholson, B.A. Leland Stanford, Jr. University 1892, 

M.A. Harvard University 1895. 
Dissertation: The struggle for a free stage in London. (Pub- 
lished by Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, Boston, 1906.) 
Care Thomas Cook and Son, London, England. 

William Oliver Stevens, B.A. Colby College 1899. 

Dissertation: The cross in the life and literature of the Anglo- 
Saxons. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 23, Henry 
Holt and Company, New York, 1904.) 

Professor of English, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 
Md. 



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Elbert Nevius Sebring Thompson, B.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: The controversy between the Puritans and the 

stage. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 20, Henry 

Holt and Company, New York, 1903.) 
Assistant Professor of English, State University of Iowa, Iowa 

City, Iowa. 

1904 
John Chester Adams, B.A. Yale University 1896. 
Dissertation: The predecessors of the seventeenth century court 

masque in England. 
Faculty Adviser in Undergraduate Literary Activities, and 

Assistant Professor of English, Yale College. 

Arthur Henry Bartlett, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: Jonson's Every Man out of his Humor, edited with 

introduction, notes, and glossary. 
Died 1906. 

Herbert Samuel Mallory, Ph.B. Western Reserve University 
1899. 

Dissertation: Poetaster, or. The Arraignment, by Ben Jonson, 
edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as 
Yale Studies in English, No. 27, Henry Holt and Company, 
New York, 1905, omitting 'or, The Arraignment' in the 
title.) 

Instructor in Rhetoric, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

De Winter, B.L. University of California 1892, M.A. Harvard 
University 1894. 

Dissertatimi: The Staple of News, by Ben Jonson, edited with 
introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale Studies 
in English, No. 28, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 
190S.) 

Teacher of English, High School, Berkeley, Cal. 

1905 
Arthur Adams, B.A. Rutgers College 1902, M.A. Yale University 

1903, B.D. Berkeley Divinity School 1910. 
Dissertation: The syntax of the temporal clause in Old English 
prose. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 32, Henry 
Holt and Company, New York, 1907.) 
Professor of English, and Librarian, Trinity College, Hartford, 
Conn. 



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Allen Rogers Benham, B.A. University of Minnesota 1900, M.A. 
1901. 

Dissertation: The expression of result in Old English prose. 
(Published, with some omissions, as follows: The clause of 
result in Old English prose, Anglia, 13:197-255. Halle, 1908.) 

Associate Professor of English Literature, University of Wash- 
ington, Seattle, Wash. 

Henry Seidel Canby, Ph.B. Yale University 1899. 

Dissertation: The novella and related varieties of the short 
narrative in English before Chaucer; with an introduction 
on the nature and history of the reflective story. (Published 
in part, with modifications, in The short story in English, 
Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1909, and in The 
English fabliau, Publications of the Modern Language Asso- 
ciation of America, 21: 200-214. Baltimore, 1906.) 

Assistant Professor of English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

Aurelia Isabel Henry (Mrs. George F. Reinhardt), B.L. Univer- 
sity of California 1898. 

Dissertation: Epicoene, or, The Silent Woman, by Ben Jonson, 
edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as 
Yale Studies in English, No. 31, Henry Holt and Company, 
New York, 1906.) 

2510 Ridge Road, Berkeley, Cal. 

Lucius Hudson Holt, B.A. Yale University 1902, M.A. 1904. 
Dissertatio-n: Volpone, or. The Fox, by Ben Jonson, edited with 

introduction, notes, and glossary. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, United States Army, and Professor of 

English and History, United States Military Academy, West 

Point, N. Y. 

William Savage Johnson, B.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: The Devil is an Ass, by Ben Jonson, edited with 

introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale 

Studies in English, No. 29, Henry Holt and Company, New 

York, 1905.) 
Associate Professor of English Literature, University of 

Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. 

Margaret Dutton Kellum, B.A. Bryn Mawr College 1892. 

Dissertation: The language of the Northumbrian Gloss to the 
Gospel of St. Luke. (Published as Yale Studies in English, 
No. 30, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1906.) 

Law Librarian, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Mary Elizabeth MacLean, Ph.B. University of California 1889. 
Dissertation: The Jeremy Collier controversy. 
Grey Court, Ithaca, N. Y. 



1906 

Robert Thomas Kerlin, M.A. Central College 1890. 
Dissertation: Theocritus in English literature. (Printed by The 

J. P. Bell Company, Lynchburg, Va., 1910.) 
Professor of English, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, 

Va. 

Herbert Spencer Murch, B.A. University of Oregon 1898, M.A. 

Yale University 1903. 
Dissertation: The Knight of the Burning Pestle, by Beaumont 

and Fletcher, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. 

(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. Z2>, Henry Holt 

and Company, New York, 1908.) 
Assistant Professor, Preceptor in English, Princeton University, 

Princeton, N. J. 



1907 

Marian Dickinson Campbell (Mrs. Alfred H. Terry), B.A. Rad- 
cliffe College 1899. 

Dissertatiojt: A variorum text of the satires of John Donne, 
together with some account of the manuscript, and explana- 
tory notes and illustrations from the literature of the period. 

Fairfield, Conn. 

Loring Holmes Dodd, B.A. Dartmouth College 1900, M.A. 

Columbia University 1901. 
Dissertation: A glossary of Wulfstan's Homilies. (Published as 

Yale Studies in English, No. 35, Henry Holt and Company, 

New York, 1908.) 
Assistant Professor of English, Clark College, Worcester, Mass. 

Herbert Franklin Hamilton, B.A. Amherst College 1897, M.A. 

Yale University 1899. 
Dissertation: The Pindaric ode in English verse. 
Associate Professor of English, Amherst College, Amherst, 
Mass. 



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George Bremner Tennant, B.A. Yale University 1900, M.A. 1903. 

Dissertation: The New Inn, or, The Light Heart, by Ben Jonson, 
edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as 
Yale Studies in English, No. 34, Henry Holt and Company, 
New York, 1908.) 

Teacher of English, Stuyvesant High School, New York, N. Y. 



igo8 

Frederick Browne Harrison, Ph.B. Yale University 1899. 
Dissertation: Milton's reputation in the eighteenth century. 
Master, The Tome School, Port Deposit, Md. 

Samuel Burdett Hemingway, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 

1905. 

Dissertation: English nativity plays, edited with introduction, 
notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale Studies in English, 
No. 38, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1909.) 

Assistant Professor of English, Yale College. 

Frederick Erastus Pierce, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1905. 

Dissertation: The collaboration of Webster and Dekker. (Pub- 
lished as Yale Studies in English, No. 37, Henry Holt and 
Company, New York, 1909.) 

Assistant Professor of English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

1909 

Mable Electa Buland (Mrs. George N. Campbell), B.A. Univer- 
sity of Washington 1904, M.A. 1908. 

Dissertation: The representation of time in the Elizabethan 
drama. (Published as follows: The presentation of time in 
the Elizabethan drama, Yale Studies in English, No. 44, Henry 
Holt and Company, New York, 1912.) 

Kalama, Wash. 

Willard Higley Durham, B.A. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: Legends of St. Guthlac: St. Guthlac the Hermit; 
The Death of St. Guthlac: Two Anglo-Saxon poems, edited 
with introduction, notes, and glossary. 

Instructor in English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 



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igio 

William Talbot Allison, B.A. University of Toronto 1899, M.A. 
1900. 

Dissertation: Milton's Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, edited 
with introduction and notes. (Published as Yale Studies in 
English, No. 40, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 191 1.) 

Professor of English, Wesley College, University of Manitoba, 
Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Josephine May Bumham, Ph.B. University of Chicago 1901. 

Dissertation: Concessive constructions in Old English prose. 
(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 39, Henry Holt 
and Company, New York, 191 1.) 

Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Wellesley 
College, Wellesley, Mass.; also Assistant Professor of Eng- 
lish, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. (for 1915-16). 

Elizabeth Whittlesey Cleaveland, Ph.B. University of Chicago 
1902. 

Dissertation: A comparative study of Tindale's translation of 
Genesis. (Published as follows: A study of Tindale's Genesis 
compared with the Genesis of Coverdale and of the Authorized 
Version, Yale Studies in English, No. 43, Henry Holt and 
Company, New York, 191 1.) 

Teacher of English, Hillhouse High School, New Haven, Conn. 

Elizabeth Merrill (Mrs. Albert S. Cook), B.A. University of 

Cincinnati 1900, M.A. 1905. 
Dissertation: The dialogue in English literature. (Published as 

Yale Studies in English, No. 42, Henry Holt and Company, 

New York, 191 1.) 
219 Bishop St., New Haven, Conn, 

Mary Winslow Smyth, B.L. Smith College 1895, M.A. 1905. 
Dissertation: Biblical quotations in Middle English literature 

before 1350. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 41, 

Henry Holt and Company, New York, 191 1.) 
54 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 

igii 

Evert Mordecai Clark, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1906. 
Dissertation: The Ready and Easy Way to establish a Free Com- 



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monwealth, by John Milton, edited with introduction, notes, 
and glossary. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 
51, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1915.) 
Instructor in English, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

Alexander Corbin Judson, B.A. Pomona College 1907, M.A. Yale 

University 1908. 
Dissertation: Cynthia's Revels, or, The Fountain of Self-Love, 

by Ben Jonson, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. 

(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 45, Henry Holt 

and Company, New York, 1912.) 
Instructor in English, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 



1912 

Clarence Edward Andrews, B.A. Yale University 1906, M.A. 
1908. 

Dissertation: Richard Brome, his life, a discussion of his work, 
and the Antipodes, reprinted from the quarto of 1640, with 
an introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published in part as 
Yale Studies in English, No. 46, Henry Holt and Company, 
New York, 1913.) 

Assistant Professor of English, Ohio State University, Colum- 
bus, O. 

William Pitt McCune, B.A. Yale University 1906, M.A. 1907. 
Dissertation: The poems of William Cartwright, edited with 

biographical and critical introduction, notes, and glossary. 
Student, General Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y. 

Joseph John Reilly, B.A. Holy Cross College 1904, M.A. 1906, 
M.A. Columbia University 1909. 

Dissertation: James Russell Lowell as a critic. (Published as 
follows: Lowell as a critic, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York 
and London, 1915.) 

Chief Examiner for the Massachusetts Civil Service Commis- 
sion, Boston, Mass. 



1913 

Alice Maud Barbour, B.S. Wellesley College 1893, M.A. George 
Washington University 1910. 



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Dissertation: Sir Thomas North, an Elizabethan translator: A 
study of his translation of Plutarch's Parallel Lives from the 
French version of Jacques Amyot. 

Instructor of Collegiate English, and Supervisor of Publications, 
Mary Baldwin Seminary, Staunton, Va. 

Gerard Edward Jensen, B.A. Yale University 1907, M.A. 1909. 

Dissertation: The Covent-Garden Journal, by Sir Alexander 
Drawcansir, Knt. Censor of Great Britain (Henry Fielding), 
edited with introduction and notes. (Published as follows: 
The Covent-Garden Journal, by Henry Fielding, edited with 
introduction and notes, Yale University Press, New Haven, 
1916.) 

Instructor in English, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Lawrence Mason, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 191 1. 

Dissertation: The English poems of Henry King, D.D., sometime 
Bishop of Chichester, edited with biographical, critical, and 
bibliographical introduction, notes, and appendices. (Pub- 
lished as follows: The life and works of Henry King, D.D., 
Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences, 18: 227-289. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1913; 
The English poems of Henry King, D.D., 1592-1669, sometime 
Bishop of Chichester, now first collected from various sources, 
and edited. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1914.) 

Instructor in English, Yale College. 

Harvey Whitefield Peck, B.A. Oberlin College 1905, M.A. Yale 

University 1907. 
Dissertation: The Magnetic Lady, or, Humors Reconciled, by 

Ben Jonson, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. 

(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 47, Henry Holt 

and Company, New York, 1914.) 
Instructor in English, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 

Emma Curtiss Tucker, B.A. Mt. Holyoke College 1896. 

Dissertation: The later version of the Wycliffite Epistle to the 
Romans, compared with the Latin original: a study of 
Wycliffite English. (Published as Yale Studies in English, 
No. 49, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1914.) 

Instructor in English, Goucher College, Baltimore, Md. 



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1914 

Eleanor N. Adams, B.A. University of Cincinnati 1902, M.A. 

1904. 
Dissertation: Old English scholarship in England from 1566 to 

1800. (In press, as Yale Studies in English, No. 55, Yale 

University Press, New^ Haven, 1916.) 
Professor of English, Oxford College for Women, Oxford, O. 

Henry Holland Carter, B.A. Oberlin College 1907, M.A. Yale 

University 1908. 
Dissertation: Every Man in his Humour, by Ben Jonson, edited 

with introduction, notes, and glossary. (In press, as Yale 

Studies in English, No. 52, Yale University Press, New Haven, 

1916.) 
Assistant Professor of English, Carleton College, Northfield, 

Minn. 

Will Taliaferro Hale, B.A. Vanderbilt University 1902, M.A. 
1902, B.D. Yale University 1905, M.A. Columbia University 
1912. 
Dissertation: Of reformation touching church-discipline in Eng- 
land and the causes that hitherto have hindred it, by John 
Milton, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary. (In 
press, as Yale Studies in English, No. 54, Yale University 
Press, New Haven, 1916.) 
Instructor in English, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. 

Lynn Harold Harris, B.A. Dickinson College 1906, M.A. Yale 
University 1910. 

Dissertation: Catiline, his Conspiracy, by Ben Jonson, edited 
with introduction, notes, and glossary. (In press as Yale 
Studies in English, No. 53, Yale University Press, New Haven, 
1916.) 

Instructor in English, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

James Theodore Hillhouse, B.A. Yale University 191 1, M.A. 

1912. 
Dissertation: The Tragedy of Tragedies, a Dramatic Burlesque, 

by Henry Fielding, edited with introduction and notes. 
Instructor in English, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 



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Florence May Snell, Ph.B. Oberlin College 1893, M.A. 1898. 

Dissertation: A Tale of a Tub, by Ben Jonson, edited with intro- 
duction, notes, and glossary. (Published by Longmans, Green, 
and Company, London, England, 1915.) 

Head of English Department, Huguenot College, Wellington, 
South Africa. 

Mary Emma Wadlington, B.A. University of Mississippi 1902. 

Dissertation: Mrs. Frances Sheridan, her life and works; includ- 
ing a study of her influence on Richard Brinsley Sheridan's 
plays, and an edition of her comedy, The Discovery. 

Head of Department of English, High School, Clifton, Ariz. 

Rose Abel Wright, B.A. University of Kansas 1901. 
Dissertation: The political plays of the Restoration period. 
811 North M St., Aberdeen, Wash. 

1915 
Harold Lawton Bruce, B.L. University of California 1908, M.L. 

1911. 
Dissertation: Voltaire on the English stage. 

Instructor in English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

John Jay Parry, B.A. Yale University 1912, M.A. 1914. 
Dissertation: The poems and Amyntas of Thomas Randolph 
(1605-1635), edited with an introduction, notes, and glossary. 
Instructor in English, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 

William Eben Schultz, B.A. Christian University 1906, M.A. 

1907, M.A. Yale University 1909. 
Dissertatimi: The Beggar's Opera, by John Gay, edited with a 

historical and critical introduction, and notes. 
Instructor in English, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

John Edwin Wells, B.L. Swarthmore College 1896, M.L. 1899, 
M.A. Columbia University 1900. 

Dissertation: A manual of the writings in Middle English, 1050- 
1400, exclusive of ballads and cycles of drama. (In press, 
as follows: A manual of the writings in Middle English, 
1050-1400, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1916.) 

Professor of English Literature, on the Rufus H. Sage Founda- 
tion, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. 



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Stanley Thomas Williams, B.A. Yale University 191 1, M.A. 1914. 
Dissertatian: Richard Cumberland, his life and dramatic works, 

with an appended discussion of his non-dramatic work. 
Instructor in English, Yale College. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 



Abernethy, 1878 
Adams, A., 1905 
Adams, E. N., 1914 
Adams, J. C, 1904 
Alden, 1903 
Allison, 1910 
Andrews, 1912 
Baldwin, 1898 
Barbour, 1913 

*Bartlett, 1904 
Benham, 1905 
Berdan, 1899 
Billings, 1898 
Blackwell, 1903 
Brackett, 1880 
Bradshaw, 1902 

*Broatch, 1898 
Bruce, 1915 
Buland, 1909 
Bunn, 1896 
Burnham, 1910 
Campbell, 1907 
Canby, 1905 
Carter, 1914 
Chase, 1896 
Clark, C. C, 1903 
Clark, E. M., 191 1 
Cleaveland, 1910 
Colton, 1893 
Cross, 1889 
Davidson, 1892 
Dodd, 1907 
Durham, 1909 
Foley, 1902 



*Fullerton, 1896 
Hale, 1914 
Hamilton, 1907 
Hanscom, 1894 
Hargrove, 1902 
Harris, E. L, 1899 
Harris, L. H., 1914 
Harris, M. A., 1896 
Harrison, 1908 
Hathaway, 1902 
Hemingway, 1908 
Henry, 1905 
Hillhouse, 1914 
Holt, 1905 
Jensen, 1913 
Johnson, 1905 
Judson, 191 I 
Kellum, 1905 
Kerlin, 1906 
Kilbourne, 1897 
Lewis, 1898 
Lockwood, 1898 
Lovewell, 1898 
McCune, 1912 
MacLean, 1905 
Mallory, 1904 
Mason, 1913 
Merrill, 1910 
Murch, 1906 
Myers, 1900 
Nettleton, 1900 
Nichols, 1896 
Nicholson, 1903 
Osgood, 1899 



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Padelford, 1899 
Parry, 191 5 
Peck, 1913 
Phelps, 1891 
Pierce, 1908 
Reed, 1896 
Reilly, 1912 
Root, 1902 
*Sawtelle, 1896 
Schumaker, 1894 
Scott, 1894 
Schultz, 1915 
Shackford, 1901 
Shearin, 1902 
Sheridan, 1902 
Sherman, 1875 
Sherwood, 1898 
Smith, 1897 
Smyth, 1910 



Snell, 1914 
Stevens, 1903 
Sweeney, 1901 
Taylor, 1899 
Tennant, 1907 
Thompson, 1903 
Tinker, 1902 
Tucker, 1913 
Wadlington, 1914 
Wager, 1895 
Wells, 1915 
*White 1898 
Whitman, 1900 
Williams, 1915 
Winter, 1904 
Woodbridge, 1898 
Wright, A. L., 1901 
Wright, R. A., 1914 
Wylie, 1894 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 



1862 

John Hunter Worrall, B.A. Yale University 1856. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 

Principal, Mathematical and Classical Institute, Westchester, Pa. 
Died 1892. 



1866 

Charles Greene Rockwood, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1864. 
Dissertation: The daily motion of a brick tower caused by solar 

heat. (Published in American Journal of Science, 3d series, 

2:177-183. New Haven, 1871.) 
Professor of Mathematics, Princeton University, Princeton, 

N.J. 
Died 1913. 

1873 

Augustus Jay DuBois, Ph.B. Yale University 1869, C.E. 1870. 

Dissertation: Strains in framed structures. (Incorporated in his 
book. The elements of graphical statics and their application 
to framed structures, John Wiley and Son, New York, 1875.) 

Professor of Civil Engineering, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

Died 1915. 

1876 

Mansfield Merriman, Ph.B. Yale University 1871, C.E. 1872. 

Dissertation: Elements of the method of least squares. (Pub- 
lished as follows: Elements of the method of least squares, 
Macmillan and Company, London, 1877; A text-book on the 
method of least squares, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 
1884; Metodo de los cuadrados minimos, M. Biedma, Buenos 
Ayres, 1889.) 

Professor of Civil Engineering, Lehigh University (1878-1907.) 

1071 Madison Ave., New York City. 



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Joseph John Skinner, Ph.B. Yale University 1869, C.E. 1874. 

Dissertation: Approximate computations. (Published as follows: 
Principles of approximate computations, Henry Holt and 
Company, New York, 1876.) 

Instructor and Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology (1885-1904). 

Kenwood, Madison County, N. Y. 



1877 

Andrew Wheeler Phillips, Ph.B. Yale University 1872, M.A. 

Trinity College 1875. 
Dissertation: On three-bar motion. 
Professor of Mathematics and Dean of the Graduate School, 

Yale University, until 191 1. 
Died 1915. 

Thomas Alexander Smith, B.A. Muskingum College 1872. 
Dissertation: Computation of the orbit of Electra. 
Hale Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Emeritus, Beloit 
College, Beloit, Wis. 

1880 

Thomas Marcus Blakslee, Ph.B. Colgate University 1874. 
Dissertation: The orbit of Swift's comet of July 1878. 
Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus, Des Moines College, Des 
Moines, la. 

1885 
Jefferson Engel Kershner, B.A. Franklin and Marshall College 

1877. 
Dissertation: The determination of longitude between New 

Haven and Harvard College Observatory, Cambridge. 
Professor of Mathematics, Physics, and Applied Electricity, 

Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. 

Charles Newton Little, B.A. University of Nebraska 1879, M.A. 

1884. 
Dissertation: On knots, with a census for order ten. (Published 

in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 

Sciences, 7:27-43. New Haven, 1885.) 
Professor of Civil Engineering and Dean of the College of 

Engineering, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. 



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Eliakim Hastings Moore, B.A. Yale University 1883, Ph.D. 

University of Gottingen 1899. 
Dissertation: Extensions of certain theorems of Clififord and of 

Cayley in the geometry of n dimensions. (Published in 

Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 

Sciences 7:9-26. New Haven, 1885.) 
Professor, and Head of Department, of Mathematics, University 

of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

1889 

Asaph Hall, B.A. Harvard University 1882. 

Dissertation: The mass of Saturn and the orbit of Titan. (Pub- 
lished as follows: Determination of the orbit of Titan and 
the mass of Saturn, Transactions of the Astronomical 
Observatory of Yale University, 1:107-147. New Haven, 
1 887- 1 904.) 

Professor of Mathematics, United States Navy, Washington, 
D. C. 



1891 

Frederick Lincoln Chase, B.A. University of Colorado 1886. 

Dissertation: Triangulation of the Victoria companion stars. 
(In part incorporated in, A determination of the solar parallax 
from heliometer observations of the minor planets Iris, Vic- 
toria and Sappho, Vol. I, Annals of the Cape Observatory, 
6:1-244. London, 1897.) 

Astronomer in the Observatory, Yale University (1891-1913). 

Boulder, Col. 

Percey Franklyn Smith, Ph.B. Yale University 1888. 
Dissertation: Pliicker's complexes of lines. 

James E. English Professor of Mathematics, Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale University. 

1894 

Margaretta Palmer, B.A. Vassar College 1887. 

Dissertation: Determination of the orbit of the comet 1847 VI. 
(Published in Transactions of the Astronomical Observatory 
of Yale University, 1:183-207. New Haven, 1893.) 

Assistant in the Observatory, Yale University. 



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i895 

Charlotte Cynthia Barnum, B.A. Vassar College 1881. 
Dissertation: Functions having lines or surfaces of discontinuity. 
344 Humphrey St., New Haven, Conn. 

Jesse Breland Johnson, B.A. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertation: Bicircular quartics. 

Professor of Mathematics, Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 

1896 

Elizabeth Street Dickerman, B.A. Smith College 1894. 
Dissertation: Curves of the first and second degree \n x y z where 

X y 2 are conies having two points common. 
140 Cottage St., New Haven, Conn. 

Shunkichi Kimura, B.S. Imperial University of Japan 1887. 
Dissertation: Studies on general spherical functions. 
Wireless Engineer in the Naval Electrical Laboratory, Tokyo, 
Japan. 

1897 

William Anthony Granville, Ph.B. Yale University 1893. 
Dissertation: The origin and development of the addition-theorem 

in elliptic functions. 
President of Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa. 



1898 

George Tucker Sellew, B.A. University of Rochester 1889, M.A. 

1892. 
Dissertation: On the complex number. 
Professor of Mathematics, Knox College, Galesburg, 111. 

George Pratt Starkweather, Ph.B. Yale University 1891, M.E. 

1894. 
Dissertation: The thermodynamic relations for water steam. 

(Published as follows: The thermodynamic relations for 

steam, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 7:129-142. 

New Haven, 1899.) 
Assistant Professor of Applied Mechanics, Sheffield Scientific 

School, Yale University. 
Died 1901. 



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Wendell Melville Strong, B.A. Yale University 1893, M.A. 
Cornell University 1894, LL.B. New York University 1903. 

Dissertation: On the necessity of continuity in Euclid's geometry. 
(Published as follows: Is continuity of space necessary to 
Euclid's geometry? Bulletin of the American Mathematical 
Society, New series, 4:338-443- New York, 1898.) 

Associate Actuary, Mutual Life Insurance Company of New 
York, New York, N. Y. 

Jacob Westlund, Karolinska Laroverket, Orebro, Sweden 1885. 

Dissertation: Some new equations of transformation. (Published 
as follows: On a class of equations of transformation, 
American Journal of Mathematics, 21:339-353- Baltimore, 

1899-) 
Professor of Mathematics, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. 

1899 

Leona May Pcircc, B.A. Smith College 1886, M.A. 1893. 
Dissertation: On chain-differentiants of a ternary quantic. 
247 Union St., Springfield, Mass. 

1900 

Herbert Edwin Hawkes, B.A. Yale University 1896. 
Dissertation: Examination and extension of Peirce's Linear 

Associative Algebra. (Published in part as follows: Estimate 

of Peirce's Linear Associative Algebra, American Journal of 

Mathematics, 24:87-95. Baltimore, 1902.) 
Professor of Mathematics, Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. 

1901 

Arthur Sullivan Gale, B.A. Yale University 1899. 

Dissertation: On a particular class of algebraic minimum curves 
and surfaces. (Published as follows: On the rank, order, 
and class of algebraic minimum curves, Transactions of 
American Mathematical Society, 3:451-466. New York, 1902.) 

Fayerweather Professor of Mathematics, and Head of Depart- 
ment, University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. 

Laurence Ilsley Hewes, B.S. Dartmouth College 1898. 

Dissertation: Some properties of path-curves of continuous 
projective groups. 

Senior Highway Engineer, Office of Public Roads, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 



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Joshua Larson, B.A. Augustana College 1889, M.A. Yale Uni- 
versity 1899. 
Dissertation: A computation of the orbit of S 3062. (Published 

in part as follows: Orbit of S 3062, Astronomical Journal, 

22:11-12. Boston, 1901.) 
Professor of Latin and Mathematics, and Vice President and 

Treasurer, Minnesota College, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Edwin Hoyt Lockwood, Ph.B. Yale University 1888. 
Dissertation: Atmospheric stability as affected by water vapor. 
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Sheffield Scien- 
tific School, Yale University. 

Edwin Bidwell Wilson, B.A. Harvard University 1899. 

Dissertation: The decomposition of the general collineation in 
space into three skew reflections. (Published in part in 
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 1:193-196. 
New York, 1900.) 

Professor of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, Boston, Mass. 

Ruth Goulding Wood, B.L. Smith College 1898. 

Dissertation: Non-Euclidean displacements and symmetry trans- 
formations. (Published as follows: Correlations of space 
which transform a non-degenerate quadric surface into itself, 
Annals of Mathematics, series 2, 2:161-171. Cambridge, 1901.) 

Professor of Mathematics, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

1903 

Helen Abbot Merrill, B.A. Wellesley College 1886. 

Dissertation: On solutions of differential equations which pos- 
sess an oscillation theorem. (Published in part in Transac- 
tions of the American Mathematical Society, 4:423-433. New 
York, 1903.) 

Professor of Mathematics, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 

Carl Eben Stromquist, B.S. Bethany College (Kansas) 1889. 

Dissertation: On a special case of the generalized integral of 
length, together with certain contributions to the general 
theory. (Published in revised form as follows: On geom- 
etries in which circles are the shortest lines. Transactions 
of the American Mathematical Society, 7:175-183. New York, 
1906.) 

Professor of Mathematics, University of Wyoming, Laramie, 
Wyo. 



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1904 

Edward Lewis Dodd, B.A. Western Reserve University 1897. 
Dissertation: Multiple sequences. (Published in part as follows: 

On iterated limits of multiple sequences, Mathematische 

Annalen, 61:95-108. Leipzig, I905-) 
Adjunct Professor of Actuarial Mathematics, University of 

Texas, Austin, Texas. 

Burke Smith, B.S. University of Washington 1899. 

Dissertation: On surfaces which may be deformed with preser- 
vation of a conjugate system of curves. (Published in part 
in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, New 
series, as follows: On the deformation of surfaces of trans- 
lation, 11:187-191. New Haven, 1905; Certain surfaces admit- 
ting of continuous deformation with preservation of conjugate 
lines, 12:164-171; Determination of associated surfaces, 12:342- 
346. New Haven, 1906; and also. Conditions for the deforma- 
tion of surfaces referred to a conjugate system of lines, 
Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1904:241-243. 
Indianapolis, 1905.) 

Electrical Engineer, Central Group of Bell Telephone Com- 
panies, Chicago, 111. 

Clara Eliza Smith, B.A. Mount Holyoke College 1902. 

Dissertation: Representation of an arbitrary function by means 
of Bessel's functions. (Published in part as follows: A 
theorem of Abel and its application to the development of a 
function in terms of Bessel's functions. Transactions of the 
American Mathematical Society, 8:92-106. New York, 1907.) 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wellesley College, Welles- 
ley, Mass. 

1905 
Raymond Benedict McClenon, B.A. Yankton College 1902. 
Dissertation: On simple integrals with variable limits. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Grinnell College, Grin- 
nell, la. 

James Caddall Morehead, B.A. Roanoke College 1898, M.A. 
1899, M.S. Princeton University 1900. 

Dissertation: Numbers of the forms 2.^q = i and Fermat's 
numbers. (Published in revised form, as follows: Extension 
of the sieve of Eratosthenes to arithmetical progressions and 



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applications, Annals of Mathematics, 2d series, 10:88-104. 
Cambridge, 1908.) 
Instructor in Mathematics, School of Applied Design, Carnegie 
Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1906 

Roland George Dwight Richardson, B.A. Acadia College 1898, 
B.A. Yale University 1903, M.A. 1904. 

Dissertation: Improper multiple integrals. (Published in Trans- 
actions of the American Mathematical Society, as follows: 
Multiple improper integrals, 7:449-458. New York, 1906; the 
remainder incorporated in the article. The integration of a 
sequence of functions and its application to iterated integrals, 
9:339-356. New York, 1908.) 

Professor of Mathematics, and Head of Department, Brown 
University, Providence, R. I. 

Gustaf Eric Wahlin, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1903. 
Dissertation : The relation between the binary quadratic forms 

and the quadratic numerical bodies. 
Associate in Mathematics, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 



1907 

Henry H. Conover, B.S. Rutgers College 1900, M.S. Yale Uni- 
versity 1902. 
Dissertation: On certain problems in the calculus of variations. 
711 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 

1908 

Earl Gordon Bill, B.A. Acadia College 1902, B.A. Yale Univer- 
sity 1906, M.A. 1906. 

Dissertation: An apriori existence theorem for three dimensions 
in the calculus of variations. (Published as follows: First 
part as, The construction of a space field of extremals. Bul- 
letin of the American Mathematical Society, 15:374-378. New 
York 1909; second part as. An existence theorem for a 
problem of the calculus of variations in space, Transactions 
of the American Mathematical Society, 13:50-58. New York, 
1912.) 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Dartmouth College, 
Hanover, N. H. 



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Francis Jerome Holder, B.S. National Normal University 1896, 

M.A. Yale University 1905. 
Dissertation: Multiple series. 

Professor, and Head of Department, of Mathematics, University 
of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Ernest Barnes Lytle, B.S. University of Illinois 1901, M.A. 1904. 

Dissertation: Multiple integrals over iterable fields. (Published 
in part as follows: Proper multiple integrals over iterable 
fields, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 
11:25-36. New York, 1910.) 

Associate in Mathematics, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Euphemia Richardson Worthington, B.A. Wellesley College 

1904. 
Dissertation: Some theorems on surfaces. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 

1909 

Horace Thomas Burgess, B.A. Yale University 1906, M.A. 1907. 
Dissertation: Point-circle correlations. (Published in part as 

follows: The circular numbers for a plane curve, Annals of 

Mathematics, 13:123-128. Princeton, 1912.) 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. 

George Frederick Gundelfinger, Ph.B. Yale University 1906. 

Dissertatio^i: On the geometry of line elements in the plane with 
reference to osculating vertical parabolas and circles. (Pub- 
lished as follows: On the geometry of line elements in the 
plane with reference to osculating circles, American Journal 
of Mathematics, 33:i53-i74- Baltimore, 1911.) 

Literary work, Sewickley, Pa. 

Mary Shore Walker (Mrs. Albert W. Hull), B.A. University of 

Missouri 1903, M.A. 1904. 
Dissertation: A generalized definition of an improper multiple 

integral. 
49 Bedford Road, Schenectady, N. Y. 

1910 

John Kenyon Lamond, B.S. Rhode Island College of Agricul- 
ture and Mechanic Arts 1907, M.A. 1907, M.A. Yale Uni- 
versity 1908. 



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Dissertation: Improper multiple integrals depending on a para- 
meter. (Published in part as follows: Improper multiple 
integrals over iterable fields, Transactions of the American 
Mathematical Society, 13:434-444. New York, 1912.) 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wesleyan University, Mid- 

dletown. Conn. 

'I 

Emest Wilson Sheldon, B.A. McGill University 1904, M.A. 

1905, B.A. Yale University 1907. 
Dissertation: Critical revision of de Haan's Tables of definite 

integrals. (Published in American Journal of Mathematics, 

34:89-114. Baltimore, 1912.) 
Professor of Mathematics, University of Alberta, Edmonton 

South, Alta., Canada. 



igiz 

Harry Leslie Agard, B.A. Wesleyan University 1904, M.A. Yale 

University 1908. 
Dissertation: The extension of some theorems in the theory of 

sets of points to n-dimensional space. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Williams College, Wil- 

liamstown, Mass. 

Ida Barney, B.A. Smith College 1908. 
•Dissertation: Line and surface integrals. (Published in American 

Journal of Mathematics, 36:137-150. Baltimore, 1914.) 
Instructor in Mathematics, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Burton Howard Camp, B.A. Wesleyan University 1901, B.A. 
Harvard University 1903, M.A. 1907. 

Dissertation: The convergence of singular integrals. (Published 
in part as follows: Singular multiple integrals with applica- 
tions to series. Transactions of the American Mathematical 
Society, 14:42-64. New York, 1913.) 

Professor of Mathematics, Wesleyan University, Middletown, 
Conn. 

John Lewis Jones, Ph.B. Lafayette College 1905, M.A. Yale 

University 1909. 
Dissertation: Number-concept. 

Instructor in Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 



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Wallace Alvin Wilson, B.A. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: Theory of point-aggregates applied to Lebesque 
integrals. (Incorporated in Lectures on the theory of func- 
tions of real variables, by James Pierpont, Ginn and Company, 
Boston, 1912.) 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Yale College. 

1912 

Archibald Lament Daniels, Jr., B.A. University of Vermont 

1907. 
Dissertation: On the librations of bodies whose periods are 

one-third that of the disturbing body. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Princeton University, Princeton, 

N.J. 

Harley Richard Willard, B.A. Dartmouth College 1899, M.A. 
1902, M.A. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: On a family of oscillating orbits of short period 
(v^ith a chart). (Published in Monthly Notices, Royal 
Astronomical Society, 73:471-484. London, 1913.) 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Maine, 
Orono, Me. 

1913 
Theodore Henry Brown, B.A. Yale University 1910, M.A. 191 1. 
Dissertation: The effect of radiation on a small particle revolving 

about Jupiter. (Published in Annals of Mathematics, 2d 

series, 16:22-31. Princeton, 1914.) 
Instructor in Mathematics, Brow^n University, Providence, R. I. 

Wilbur Haverfield Cramblet, B.A. Bethany College (W. Va.) 
1910, M.A. 1910, M.A. Yale University 1911. 

Dissertation: On intermediate functions, being an extension of 
semi-continuous or upper and lov/er functions to a classifica- 
tion of discontinuous functions. 

Professor of Mathematics, Phillips University, Enid, Okla. 

1915 
Henry Benjamin Hedrick, B.A. George Washington University 

1886, M.A. Yale University 1912. 
Dissertation: Some principles and processes in the construction 

of mathematical tables. 
Chief Computer on the Lunar Tables, Yale University. 



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Paul Reece Rider, B.A. William Jewell College 1909, M.A. 1910, 

M.A. Yale University 1914. 
Dissertation: An extension of Bliss's form of the problem of the 

calculus of variations, wath applications to the generalization 

of angle. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 



Agard, 191 1 
Barney, 191 1 
Barnum, 1895 
Bill, 1908 
Blakslee, 1880 
Brown, 1913 
Burgess. 1909 
Camp, 191 1 
Chase, 1891 
Conover, 1907 
Cramblet, 1913 
Daniels, 1912 
Dickerman, 1896 
Dodd, 1904 
♦DuBois, 1873 
Gale, 1901 
Granville, 1897 
Gundelfinger, 1909 
Hall, 1889 
Hawkes, 1900 
Hedrick, 1915 
Hewes, 1901 
Holder, 1908 
Johnson, 1895 
Jones, 191 1 
Kershner, 1885 
Kimura, 1896 
Lamond, 1910 
Larson, 1901 
Little, 1885 
Lockwood, 1901 



Lytle, 1908 
McClenon, 1905 
Merrill, 1903 
Merriman, 1876 
Moore, 1885 
Morehead, 1905 
Palmer, 1894 
Peirce, 1899 

♦Phillips, 1877 
Richardson, 1906 
Rider, 1915 

♦Rockwood, 1866 
Sellew, 1898 
Sheldon, 1910 
Skinner, 1876 
Smith, B., 1904 
Smith, C. E., 1904 
Smith, P. F., 1891 
Smith, T. A., 1877 

♦Starkweather, 1898 
Stromquist, 1903 
Strong, 1898 
Wahlin, 1906 
Walker, 1909 
Westlund, 1898 
Willard, 1912 
Wilson, E. B., 1901 
Wilson, W. A., 1911 
Wood, 1901 

*Worrall, 1862 
Worthington, 1908 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS 



1861 

Arthur Williams Wright, B.A. Yale University 1859. 

Dissertation: Having given the velocity and direction of motion 
of a meteor on entering the atmosphere of the earth, to 
determine its orbit about the sun, taking into account the 
attractions of both these bodies. 

Professor of Experimental Physics, Emeritus, Yale College. 

Died 1916. 

1863 

Josiah Willard Gibbs, B.A. Yale University 1858, Ph.D. Erlangen 

1893. 
Dissertatioft: On the form of the teeth of wheels in spur 

gearing. 
Professor of Mathematical Physics, Yale College. 
Died 1903. 

1866 

Francis Englesby Loomis, B.A. Yale University 1864, M.A. 
University of Gottingen 1869, Ph.D. 1869. 

Dissertation: Periodic stars. (Incorporated in Inaugural disser- 
tation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Univer- 
sity of Gottingen, printed at the University Press, by W. Fr. 
Kaestner, Gottingen, 1869.) 

Care of Baring Brothers and Company, London, England. 



1873 

Charles Sheldon Hastings, Ph.B. Yale University 1870. 
Dissertation: Comparison of the spectra of the limb and of the 

center of the sun, made at the Sheffield Scientific School. 

(Published in American Journal of Science, 3d series, 5:369- 

371. New Haven, 1873.) 
Professor of Physics, Emeritus, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University. 



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Joseph Taplin Lovewell, B.A. Yale University 1857. 
Dissertation: Graphical methods in physics, with special applica- 
tions to wave lengths and numbers in spectrum analysis. 
Secretary, Kansas Academy of Science, Topeka, Kans. 

1876 

Edward Alexander Bouchct, B.A. Yale University 1874. 
Dissertation: On measuring refractive indices, etc. 
Principal, Lincoln High School, Gallipolis, O. 

1883 

Arthur Elmore Bostwick, B.A. Yale University 1881. 
Dissertation: The influence of light on the electrical resistance 

of metals. (Published in American Journal of Science, .3d 

series, 28:133-145. New Haven, 1884.) 
Librarian, St. Louis Public Library, St. Louis, Mo. 

1887 

Julius Howard Pratt, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1882. 

Dissertation: The theory and uses of the capillary electrometer 
of Lippmann. (Published in part as follows: Experiments 
with the capillary electrometer of Lippmann, American 
Journal of Science, 3d series, 35:143-151. New Haven, 1888.) 

Dean of Academic Department, German-English Academy, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

1892 

John Whitmore, B.A. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertation: A method of increasing the range of the capillary 

electrometer. (Published in American Journal of Science, 

3d series, 44:64-70. New Haven, 1892.) 
Exeter, N. H. 

1893 

Frederick Elijah Beach, Ph.B. Yale University 1883. 

Dissertation: The use of cupric nitrate in the voltameter, and the 
electro-chemical equivalent of copper. (Published in Amer- 
ican Journal of Science, 3d series, 46:81-88. New Haven, 
1893.) 

Assistant Professor of Physics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 



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1894 

Arthur Louis Day, B.A. Yale University 1892. 

Dissertation: The seconds pendulum: determination for New 
Haven. 

Director, Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

1895 

Arthur Chambers Alexander, Ph.B. Yale University 1889. 
Dissertation: The specific rotation of some vegetable proteids. 
Civil Engineer, Honolulu, Haw^aii. 

1896 

Leslie Dayton Bissell, B.A. Yale University 1887. 

Dissertation: An absolute determination of the length of the 

seconds pendulum for New Haven. 
Head Master, Coit School for Boys, Munich, Germany. 

1897 

Joseph Bowden, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertation: Chapters in the electro-magnetic theory of light. 

Professor of Mathematics, Adelphi College, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henry Andrews Bumstead, B.A. Johns Hopkins University 1891. 
Dissertation: A comparison of electrodynamic theories. 
Professor of Physics, and Director of the Sloane Physics 
Laboratory, Yale College. 

Horace Mann Snyder, B.A. Yale University 1895. 
Dissertation: The residual charge in stratified and non-homo- 
geneous dielectrics. 
Principal, Public School No. 122, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1899 

Lee DeForest, Ph.B. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: Reflection of electric waves of very high frequen- 
cies at the ends of parallel wires. (Published as follows: 
Reflection of Hertzian waves at the ends of parallel wires, 
American Journal of Science, 4th series, 8:58-71. New Haven, 
1899.) 

Vice-President and General Manager, DeForest Radio Tele- 
graph and Telephone Company, New York, N. Y. 



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Arthur Woolsey Ewcll, B.A. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: Rotary polarization of light in media subjected to 
torsion. (Published in part as follows: American Journal of 
Science, 4th series, 8:89-100. New Haven, 1899; Rotations 
polarisation des Lichtes in Medien welche der Torsion unter- 
worfen werden, Physikalische Zeitschrift, 1:201-202. Leipzig, 
1900.) 

Professor of Physics, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

1900 

Joseph Hall Hart, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: The action of light on magnetism. (Published in 

American Journal of Science, 4th series, 10:66-73. New Haven, 

1900.) 

William Kent Shepard, Ph.B. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: A new solution for the copper voltameter. (Pub- 
lished in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 12:49-56. 
New Haven, 1901.) 

Assistant Professor of Strength of Materials, Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale University. 

1901 

Edgar Selah Downs, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: The induced alternating current discharge studied 

with reference to its spectrum, and especially the ultra-violet 

spectrum. (Published in American Journal of Science, 4th 

series, 12:66-73. New Haven, 1901.) 
President of the E. S. Downs Company, Contracting Electrical 

Engineers, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chauncey Brewster Rice, Ph.B. Yale University 1894. 
Dissertation: An experimental study of the Wehnelt interrupter. 
Associated with Atwood Machine Company, Stonington, Conn. 

1902 

Julius Olsen, B.S. Bethany College (Kansas) 1898. 

Dissertation: An experimental investigation into the existence of 

free ions in aqueous solution of electrolytes. (Published in 

part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 14:237-248. 

New Haven, 1902.) 
Professor of Physical Science, Acting Dean, and Secretary of 

the Faculty, Simmons College, Abilene, Texas. 



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Lynde Phelps Wheeler, Ph.B. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: On the reflection of light from mercury in water. 
(Published, with additions, as follows: An experimental inves- 
tigation on the reflection of light at certain metal-liquid 
surfaces, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 32:85-100. 
New Haven, 191 1.) 

Assistant Professor of Physics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

1903 

Allan Douglas Risteen, B.S. Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
1885. 

Dissertation: The numerical evaluation of the absolute thermo- 
dynamic scale of temperature. 

Safety Engineer, The Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, 
Conn. 

1904 

Howard Logan Bronson, B.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: On the transverse vibrations of helical springs. 

(Published in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 

18:59-72. New Haven, 1904.) 
George Munro Professor of Physics, Dalhousie University, 

Halifax, N. S. 

Oliver Clarence Lester, B.A. Central College 1897, M.A. 1898, 
M.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertatio^i: On the oxygen absorption bands of the solar- 
spectrum. (Published in the Astrophysical Journal, 20:81-104. 
Chicago, 1904; and in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
18:147-156. New Haven, 1904.) 

Professor, and Head of the Department, of Physics, University 
of Colorado, Boulder, Col. 

1906 

Haroutune Mugurdich Dadourian, B.S. St. Paul's Institute 
(Tarsus) 1899, Ph.B. Yale University 1903, M.A. 1905. 

Dissertation: On the radioactivity of underground air and on 
some radioactive properties of thorium. (Published as fol- 
lows: The radio-activity of thorium, American Journal of 
Science, 4th series, 21:427-432. New Haven, 1906.) 

Instructor in Physics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 



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Ellis Earle Lawton, B.S. University of Rochester 1902, M.A. 
Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: Wave-lengths and structural relation of certain 
bands in the spectrum of nitrogen. (Published in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, 24:101-108. New Haven, 1907.) 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, College of 
Applied Science, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 



1908 

Perry Blaine Perkins, B.A. University of New^ Brunsv^^ick 1902, 
B.A. Harvard University 1903, M.A. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: A determination of the molecular weight of radium 
emanation by comparing its rate of diffusion with that of 
mercury vapor. (Published as follows: A determination of 
the molecular weight of radium emanation by the comparison 
of its rate of difTusion with that of mercury vapor, American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, 25:461-473. New Haven, 1908.) 

Assistant Professor of Applied Physics, Brown University, 
Providence, R. I. 

1909 

Charlton Dows Cooksey, Ph.B. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: Corpuscular secondary Rontgen rays. (Published 
as follows: On the corpuscular rays produced in diflferent 
metals by Rontgen rays, American Journal of Science, 4th 
series, 24:285-304. New Haven, 1907.) 

Instructor in Physics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

Albert Wallace Hull, B.A. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: Ionization produced by ultra-violet light of very 
short wave-lengths. (Published as follows: The initial 
velocities of the electrons produced by ultra-violet light, 
American Journal of Science, 4th series, 28:251-259. New 
Haven, 1909.) 

Research Physicist, General Electric Company, Schenectady, 
N. Y. 

Thomas Smith Taylor, B.A. Yale University 1906. 
Dissertation: The retardation of alpha rays by metal foils and 
gases, and its variation with the range of the alpha particles. 



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(Published in American Journal of Science as follows: On 
the retardation of "alpha rays" by metal foils, and its varia- 
tion with the speed of the alpha particles, 4th series, 
26:169-179. New Haven, 1908; On the retardation of alpha 
rays by metals and gases, 28:357-372. New Haven, 1909; 
also. Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, 6th 
series, 18:604-619. London, 1909.) 
Assistant Professor of Physics, Yale College. 

1910 

Frank Elbert Wheelock, B.A. Acadia College 1905. 
Dissertation: On the nature of the ionization produced by a-rays. 

(Published in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 

30:233-255. New Haven, 1910.) 
Professor of Physics, and Dean of McClelan School of Applied 

Science, Mount Allison University, Sackville, N. B. 

1911 

James Cox Sanderson, B.A. Yale University 1907. 

Dissertation: The probable influence of the soil on local atmos- 
pheric radioactivity. (Published in American Journal of 
Science, 4th series, 32:169-184. New Haven, 191 1.) 

Instructor in Science, Blake School, Minneapolis, Minn. 

igi2 

William Raymond Barss, B.S. Acadia College 1907, B.A. Yale 
University 1909. 

Dissertation: Ionization by collision in gases and vapors. (Pub- 
lished in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 34:229-241. 
New Haven, 1912.) 

Instructor in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. 

Alexander Graham McGougan, B.A. McGill University 1909. 

Dissertation: The emission of electrons by metals under the 
influence of alpha rays. (Published in American Journal of 
Science, 4th series, 34:309-328. New Haven, 1912; also in 
Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, 6th series, 
24:462-483. London, 1912.) 

Instructor in Physics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 



Samuel James Plimpton, Ph.B. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: On the recombination of ions produced by Rontgen 
rays. (Published in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
35:39-53- New Haven, 1913; Philosophical Magazine and 
Journal of Science, 6th series, 25:65-81. London, 1913.) 

Instructor in Physics, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

1913 

Leigh Page, Ph.B. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: The photoelectric effect. (Published in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, 36:501-508. New Haven, 1913.) 

Instructor in Physics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

Jay Walter Woodrow, B.A. Drake University 1907, B.A. Oxford 

University 1910. 
Dissertation: Experiments on columnar ionization. (Published 

in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 36:214-230. New 

Haven, 1913; Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, 

6th series, 26:511-528. London, 1913.) 
Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, 

Col. 

1914 

Arsene Nishan Lucian, B.A. St. Paul's College (Tarsus) 1906, 
Ph.B. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: The distribution of the active deposit of actinium 
in electric fields. (Published as follows: The distribution of 
the active deposit of actinium in an electric field, American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, 38:539-555. New Haven, 1914; 
Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, 6th series, 
28:761-778. London, 1914.) 

Instructor in Physics, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



1915 

John Milton Miller, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1907. 
Dissertation: The effective resistance and inductance of iron and 

bimetallic wires. 
Assistant Physicist, Bureau of Standards, Department of 

Commerce, Washington, D. C. 



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Robert Alexander Patterson, B.A. Yale University 191 1, M.A. 

1912. 

Dissertation: The structure of the third cyanogen band. 
Instructor in Physics, Yale College. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 



Alexander, 1895 
Barss, 1912 
Beach, 1893 
Bissell, 1896 
Bostwick, 1883 
Bouchet, 1876 
Bowden, 1897 
Bronson, 1904 
Bumstead, 1897 
Cooksey, 1909 
Dadourian, 1906 
Day, 1894 
DeForest, 1899 
Downs, 1901 
Ewell, 1899 
*Gibbs, 1863 
Hart, 1900 
Hastings, 1873 
Hull, 1909 
Lawton, 1906 
Lester, 1904 
Loomis, 1866 



Lovewell, 1874 
Lucian, 1914 
McGougan, 1912 
Miller, 1915 
Olsen, 1902 
Page, 1913 
Patterson, 1915 
Perkins, 1908 
Plimpton, 1912 
Pratt, 1887 
Rice, 1901 
Risteen, 1903 
Sanderson, 191 1 
Shepard, 1900 
Snyder, 1897 
Taylor, 1909 
Wheeler, 1902 
Wheelock, 1910 
Whitmore, 1892 
Woodrow, 1913 
*Wright, 1861 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY 



1866 

Peter Collier, B.A. Yale University 1861, M.D. University o 

Vermont 1870. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 
Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Metallurgy, Universit> 

of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 
Died 1896. 

1869 

Wilbur Olin Atwatcr, B.A. Wesleyan University 1865. 

Dissertatimi: The proximate composition of several varieties of 
Indian corn. (Published as follows: On the proximate 
composition of several varieties of American maize, American 
Journal of Science, 2d series, 48:352-360. New Haven, 1869. j 

Director, Office of Experiment Station, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Died 1907. 

1870 

Nelson Powell Hulst, B.A. Yale University 1867, Ph.B. 1869. 
Dissertation Investigation of chemical changes produced in the 

conversion of pig iron into malleable cast iron. 
Connected with iron-mining operations (1876-1906). 
300 Knapp St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

1871 

Oscar Dana Allen, Ph.B. Yale University 1861. 

Dissertation: (Title not known.) 

Professor of Metallurgy (1871-1887) and Analytical Chemistry 

(1874-1887), Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 
Died 1913. 

Bernard James Harrington, B.A. McGill University 1869. 

Dissertation: The Siemens-Martin steel process. 

Professor of Metallurgy, Chemistry, and Mineralogy, McGill 

University, Montreal, Canada. 
Died 1907. 



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Charles Benjamin Dudley, B.A. Yale University 187 1. 
Dissertation: Salts of lithium and lithium glass. 
Chemist to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Altoona, Pa. 
Died 1909. 

1877 

William Barton Payne, B.A. University of Tennessee 1873. 

Dissertation: Basic acetates of lead. 

Pastor, Congregational Church, Cortland, Neb. 

1879 

Henry Prentiss Armsby, Ph.B. Yale University 1874. 

Dissertation: The determination of albuminoids in feeding stuffs. 
(Published in Annual Report of the Connecticut Agricultural 
Experiment Station, 1879:104-121. New Haven, 1880.) 

Director of the Institute of Animal Nutrition, Pennsylvania 
State College, State College, Pa. 

Edward Hopkins Jenkins, B.A. Yale University 1872. 

Dissertation: Methods for the determination of nitrogen. (Pub- 
lished in part in Annual Report of the Connecticut Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station, as follows: On the determination 
of nitrogen in the analysis of agricultural products, 1878:111- 
117. New Haven, 1879; reprint in American Chemical Journal, 
177-83. Baltimore, 1879; On the determination of nitrogen, 
1879:124-133. New Haven, 1880.) 

Director, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New 
Haven, Conn. 

1885 

Thomas Burr Osborne, B.A. Yale University 1881. 

Dissertation: The quantitative determination of niobium. (Pub- 
lished in American Journal of Science, 3d series, 30:329-337. 
New Haven, 1885.) 

Chemist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New 
Haven, Conn. 

189 1 

Frederic William Mar, B.A. Yale University 1888. 
Dissertation: Niobium, its history, compounds, and determina- 
tion. (Unpublished. Other papers also submitted are the 



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following: On the so-called perofskite from Magnet Cove 
Arkansas, American Journal of Science, 3d series, 40:403-405 
1890; On certain points in the estimation of barium as the 
sulphate, American Journal of Science, 3d series, 41:288-295 
New Haven, 1891.) 
Principal, Public School No. 108, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



1892 

Philip Embury Browning, B.A. Yale University 1889. 

Dissertation: On the application of amyl alcohol to the separa- 
tion of the alkaline earths. (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science, 3d series, as follows: A method for the 
quantitative separation of strontium from calcium by the 
action of amyl alcohol on the nitrates, 43:50-56; A method 
for the quantitative separation of barium from calcium by 
the action of amyl alcohol on the nitrates, 43:314-317; On 
the qualitative separation and detection of strontium and 
calcium by the action of amyl alcohol on the nitrates, 43: 
386-388; A method for the quantitative separation of barium 
from strontium by the action of amyl alcohol on the bromides, 
44:459-462; A note on the method for the quantitative separa- 
tion of strontium from calcium by the action of amyl alcohol 
on the nitrates, 44:462-463. New Haven, 1892.) 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Yale College. 



1893 

Hippolyte Gruener, B.A. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertation: The reducing action of hydriodic acid as applied in 
inorganic analysis, with special reference to the determination 
of nitric acid. (Published in part in American Journal of 
Science, 3d series, as follows: A method for the determina- 
tion of antimony and its condition of oxidation, 42:213-220. 
New Haven, 1891; A method for the iodometric determina- 
tion of nitrates, 44:117-123. New Haven, 1892; On the iodo- 
metric determination of the nitrates, 46:42-50; The stability 
of standard solutions of tartar emetic, 46:206-208. New 
Haven, 1893.) 

Professor of Chemistry, College for Women, Western Reserve 
University, Cleveland, O. 



lenry Lord Wheeler, Ph.B. Yale University 1890. 

)issertation: The double halides of tellurium with potassium, 
rubidium, and caesium. (Published in American Journal of 
Science, 3d series, 45:267-279. New Haven, 1893.) 

Assistant, Instructor, Assistant Professor, and Professor of 
Organic Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity (1895-1911). 

)ied 1914. 

1894 

harlotte Fitch Roberts, B.A. Wellesley College 1880. 

Hssertation: The development and present aspect of stereo- 
chemistry. (Published by D. C. Heath and Company, Boston, 
1896.) 

rofessor of Chemistry, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 



1895 

)avid Albert Kreider, B.A. Lebanon Valley College 1892. 

Hssertation: Perchloric acid. (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science, 3d series, as follows: The detection of 
alkaline perchlorates associated with chlorides, chlorates, and 
nitrates, 48:38-40. New Haven, 1894; The preparation of 
perchloric acid and its application to the determination 
of potassium, 49:443-448; The quantitative determination of 
perchlorates, 50:287-297. New Haven, 1895. Translations in 
Zeitschrift fiir Anorganisclie Chemie, 7:13-16. 1894; 9:342-348. 
1895; 10:277-288. Hamburg, 1895.) 

assistant Professor of Physics, Yale College. 



1896 

Iharlotte Fairbanks, B.A. Smith College 1894, M.D. Woman's 
Medical College of Pennsylvania 1902. 

Hssertation: The determination of phosphoric acid by methods 
involving the use of molybdic acid. (Published in part in 
American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
iodometric estimation of molybdic acid, 2:156-162; An 
iodometric method for the determination of phosphorus in 
iron, 2:181-185. New Haven, 1896. Translations in Zeitschrift 
fiir Anorganische Chemie, 13:101-109, 1 17-120. Hamburg, 

1897-) 
hysician, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 



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William Thomas Hildrup Howe, Ph.B. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertatioft: The existence of two orthophthalic acids. (Pub- 
lished in American Chemical Journal, 18:390-401. Baltimore 
1896.) 

Boynton Wells McFarland, Ph.B. Yale University 1889, C.E 

1891. 
Dissertation: The mercury salts of the anilides. (Published in 

American Chemical Journal, 18:540-547. Baltimore, 1896.) 
Instructor in Chemistry, and Head of the Department, New 

Haven High School, New Haven, Conn. 

Alton William Peirce, B.A. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertation: Selenium in analysis. (Published in part in Amer- 
ican Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The iodometric 
determination of selenious and selenic acids, 1:31-34; A 
method for the separation of selenium from tellurium based 
upon the difiference in volatility of the bromides, 1:181-185; 
The gravimetric determination of selenium, 1:416-418; On 
the existence of selenium monoxide, 2:163-167. New Haven, 
1896. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 
11:249-253. 1896; 12:118-123,409-412. 1896; 13:121-126. Ham- 
burg, 1897.) 

Special Agent, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Joseph Hyde Pratt, Ph.B. Yale University 1893. 
[See Department of Geology.] 

Percy Talbot Walden, Ph.B. Yale University 1892. 

Dissertation: The double chlorides and bromides of caesium, 
rubidium, potassium, and ammonium with ferric iron. (Pub- 
lished as follows: On the double chlorides and bromides of 
caesium, rubidium, potassium, and ammonium with ferric 
iron, with a description of two ferro-ferric double bromides, 
American Journal of*^ Science, 3d series, 48:283-290. New 
Haven, 1894. Translation in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 
Chemie, 7:331-338. Hamburg, 1894.) 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale University. 

1897 

Bertram Borden Boltwood, Ph.B. Yale University 1892. 1 

Dissertation: Studies on chlorides. 

Professor of Radio-Chemistry, Graduate School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 



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[saac King Phelps, B.A. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: The determination of carbon, hydrogen, and oxy- 
gen, in the wet way. (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science as follows: The precipitation and gravi- 
metric determination of carbon dioxide, 3d series, 50:101-103. 
New Haven, 189S; An iodometric method for the determina- 
tion of carbon dioxide, 4th series, 2:70-74. New Haven, 1896; 
The combustion of organic substances in the wet way, 4th 
series, 4:372-382. New Haven, 1897. Translations in Zeit- 
schrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 9:356-359- 1895; 12:431-435- 
1896; 16:85-98. Hamburg, 1898.) 

iChemist in charge of Organic Investigations Laboratory, Bureau 
of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Claude Frederic Walker, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural Col- 
lege 1894, B.S. Boston University 1894. 

Dissertation: Iodic acid in volumetric analysis. (Published in 
part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: 
The application of iodic acid to the analysis of iodides, 
3:293-300; The titration of sodium thiosulphate with iodic 
acid, 4:235-242. New Haven, 1897. Translations in Zeitschrift 
fiir Anorganische Chemie, 14:423-431. 1897; 16:99-108. Ham- 
burg, 1898.) 

First Assistant Teacher in Physical Science, and Chairman of 
Department of Physics, Boys' High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1898 

Martha Austin (Mrs. Isaac K. Phelps), B.S. Smith College 1892. 

lissertation: The estimation of manganese in analysis. (Pub- 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: The estimation of manganese as the sulphate and 
as the oxide, 5:209-214; On the condition of oxidation of 
manganese precipitated by the chlorate process, 5:260-268; 
On the estimation of manganese separated as the carbonate, 
5:382-384; On the determination of manganese as the pyro- 
phosphate, 6:233-243. New Haven, 1898. Translations in Zeit- 
schrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 17:264-271, 253-263, 272-275. 
1898; 18:339-351. Hamburg, 1898.) 

1410 M St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Bayard Barnes, Ph.B. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: Investigations in organic chemistry. (Published 
as follows: On halogen addition-products of the anilides, 
American Chemical Journal, 19:672-682. Baltimore, 1897.) 

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Harry Ward Foote, Ph.B. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertatimi: Investigations in chemistry and mineralog] 
(Incorporated in papers in American Journal of Science, 4t 
series, as follows: On the occurrence of pollucite, manganc 
columbite and microlite at Rumford, Me., 1:457-461. Ne^ 
Haven, 1896; On roeblingite, a new silicate from Frankli 
Furnace, N. J., containing sulphur dioxide and lead, 3:413-415 
On wellsite, a new mineral, 3:443-448; On certain doubl 
halogen salts of caesium and rubidium, 3:461-465; On th 
double fluorides of zirconium with lithium, sodium and thai 
Hum, 3:466-471; On bixbyite, a new mineral, and notes 0; 
the associated topaz, 4:105-108. New Haven, 1897; On th 
clinohedrite, a new mineral from Franklin, N. J., 5:289-29^ 
New Haven, 1898.) 

Professor of Physical Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific Schoo, 
Yale University. 

1899 

Franke Stuart Havens, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: Analytical separations by hydrochloric acid. (Pub 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, a 
follows: A method for the separation of aluminum fron 
iron, 2:416-420. New Haven, 1896; The separation of alumi 
num and beryllium by the action of hydrochloric acid, 4:111 
114. New Haven, 1897. Further separations of aluminum b; 
hydrochloric acid, 6:45-48; On the separation of nickel an( 
cobalt by hydrochloric acid, 6:396-398. New Haven, 1898; Th 
volatilization of the iron chlorides in analysis, and th( 
separation of the oxides of iron and aluminum, 7:370-374 
Separation of iron from chromium, zirconium, and beryllium 
by the action of gaseous hydrochloric acid on the oxides 
8:217-218. New Haven, 1899. Translations in Zeitschrift fii: 
Anorganische Chemie, 13:435-440. 1897; 16:15-18. 1898 
18:147-151, 378-381. 1898; 21:21-27, 389-391. Hamburg, 1899.; 

Assistant to President and Vice-President, Harrison Brothen 
and Company, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Louis Cleveland Jones, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: The estimation of boric acid. (Published in pari 
in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
action of carbon dioxide on soluble borates, 5:442-446. Ne\\ 
Haven, 1898; The estimation of boric acid, 7:34-40; A volu- 



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metric method for the estimation of boric acid, 7:i47-i53; 
An iodometric method for the estimation of boric acid, 8:127- 
132. New Haven, 1899. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir 
Anorganische Chemie, 18:66-71. 1898; 20:212-220. 1899; 
21:169-176. Hamburg, 1899.) 
Chief Chemist, Solvay Process Company, and Semet Solvay 
Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 

William Conger Morgan, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: The stereochemistry of nitrogen. (Published in 
part in American Chemical Journal as follows: The ethers 
of isonitrosoguiacol in their relation to the space isomerism 
of nitrogen, 20:761-776. Baltimore, 1898; The ethers of 
toluquinoneoxime and their bearing on the space isomerism 
of nitrogen, 22:402-407; Notes on the space isomerism of the 
toluquinoneoxime ethers, 22:484-488. Baltimore, 1899.) 

Professor of Chemistry, Reed College, Portland, Ore. 

Charles Hyde Warren, Ph.B. Yale University 1896. 
[See Department of Geology.] 



1900 

William Valentine, Ph.B. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: Researches on substitution: The action of bromine 
on metachlor-, metabrom-, and metaiodanilines. The exami- 
nation of thiobenzoic acid in regard to its action on 
compounds containing amido, imido, and hydroxyl groups. 
(Published in part as follows: The action of bromine on 
metachlor-, metabrom-, and metaiodanilines, American Chemi- 
cal Journal, 22:266-280. Baltimore, 1899.) 

Manager of Sales, Naugatuck Chemical Company, Naugatuck, 
Conn. 

1901 

Treat Baldwin Johnson, Ph.B. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: Researches on amidines and imidoesters. (Incor- 
porated in the following papers in the American Chemical 
Journal: On the rearrangement of imidoesters, 21:185-193. 
Baltimore, 1899; On the rearrangement of imidoesters, 
23:135-150. Baltimore, 1900; On acetyl and benzoylimidodi- 
thiocarbonic esters, 26:185-206. Baltimore, 1901; Ueber 



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Phenyl-p-Tolylformamidin und die Umlagerung von Imido- 
athern, Berichte der Deutchen Chemischen Gesellschaft, 
32:35-41. Berlin, 1899.) 
Professor of Organic Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale University. 

John Treadwell Norton, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: The use of sodium thiosulphate in analysis. (Pub- 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: The influence of hydrochloric acid in titrations by 
sodium thiosulphate, with special reference to the estimation 
of selenious acid, 7:287-293; The estimation of iron in the 
ferric state by reduction with sodium thiosulphate and titra- 
tion with iodine, 8:25-30. New Haven, 1899; The titration 
of mercury by sodium thiosulphate, 10:48-54. New Haven, 
1900; The action of sodium thiosulphate on solutions of 
metallic salts at high temperatures and pressures, 12:115-122. 
New Haven, 1901. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 
Chemie, 20:221-229. 1899; 21:177-184. 1899; 24:411-419. 1900; 
28:223-232. Hamburg, 1901.) 

Analytical Chemist, Booth, Garrett & Blair, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Adams Peters, B.S. Boston University 1897. 

Dissertation: Oxalic acid and the oxalates in analysis. (Pub- 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: The titration of oxalic acid by potassium perman- 
ganate in presence of hydrochloric acid, 7:461-467; Thej 
determination of tellurous acid in presence of haloid salts,! 
8:122-126. New Haven, 1899; The separation and determina-; 
tion of mercury as mercurous oxalate, 9:401-406; The volu-; 
metric estimation of copper as the oxalate, with separation 
from cadmium, arsenic, tin and zinc, 10:359-367. New Haven, 
1900; The estimation of calcium, strontium, and barium, as 
the oxalates, 12:216-224. New Haven, 1901. Translations in 
Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 21:185-193, 405-410. 
1899; 24:402-410. 1900; 26:111-122. 1901; 29:145-155. Ham- 
burg, 1902.) 

Associate Professor of Inorganic and Soil Chemistry, Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. 

1902 1 

Ailing Prudden Beardsley, B.A. Wesleyan University 1898. ^ 

Dissertation: On the action of phenylhydrazine on acylthiocar-' 

bonic and acylimidothiocarbonic esters: pyro-a, j8'-diazole 



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derivatives; On the action of phenylhydrazine on ben- 
zoylpseudothioureas: i, 5-diphenyl-3-amino-pyro-a, /3'diazole 
derivatives. (Published in condensed form in American 
Chemical Journal, 27:257-270. Baltimore, 1902; 29:73-82. 
Baltimore, 1903.) 
Chemical Engineer, Cott-A-Lap Company, Bound Brook, N. J. 

I Frank Eugene Hale, B.A. Yale University 1900. 

\ Dissertation: Starch and the dextrins in relation to iodometry. 

i (Published in part as follov^s: The initiative action of iodine 

I and of other oxidizers in the hydrolysis of starch and dex- 
trins, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 13:379-399- New 
Haven, 1902; On the relation of hydriodic acid and of its 
salts to the starch and dextrin iodides, American Chemical 
Journal, 28:438-450. Baltimore, 1902; On standard tartar 
emetic and its structural formula, Journal of the American 
Chemical Society, 24:828-847. Easton, Pa., 1902; Upon the 
structure of the starch molecule. School of Mines Quarterly, 
24:145-170. Easton, Pa., 1902; Translation of the first paper 
in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 31:100-126. Hamburg, 
1902.) 

Director of Laboratories, Department of Water Supply, Gas, 
and Electricity, New York, N. Y. 

'Ralph Gibbs Van Name, B.A. Yale University 1899. 

Dissertation: Analytical applications of the sulphocyanides. 
(Published in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
as follows: The sulphocyanides of copper and silver in gravi- 
metric analysis, 10:451-457. New Haven, 1900; The influence 
of hydrochloric acid on the precipitation of cuprous sulpho- 
cyanide, 13:20-26; The estimation of copper as cuprous 
sulphocyanide in the presence of bismuth, antimony, tin and 
arsenic, 13:138-144. New Haven, 1902. Translations in Zeit- 
schrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 26:230-238. 1901; 30:122-129. 
1902; 31:92-99. Hamburg, 1902.) 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Yale College. 

1903 

John Charles Blake, B.S. University of Colorado 1901. 

Dissertation: On colloidal silver and gold. (Published in part 
in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
colors of allotropic silver, 16:282-288; On colloidal gold: 
adsorption phenomena and allotropy, 16:381-387; Note on 



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the composition of Bredig's silver hydrosols, 16:431-432; 
Behavior of red colloidal gold solutions toward the electric 
current and toward electrolytes, 16:433-441. New Haven, 1903. 
Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 37:243- 
251. 1903; 39:69-71, 72-83. Hamburg, 1904.) 
Professor of Chemistry, Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, 
111. 

William Ebenezer Ford, Ph.B. Yale University 1899. 
[See Department of Geology.] 

Henry Franklin Merriam, Ph.B. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: Researches in organic and inorganic chemistry. 
(Published in part as follows: On some condensation pro- 
ducts of the pseudothioureas: synthesis of uracil, thymine 
and similar compounds, American Chemical Journal, 29:478- 
492. Baltimore, 1903.) 

Chemical Engineer, General Chemical Company, New York, 
N. Y. 

Oscar Stoddard Pulman, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: The quantitative determination of uranium, with 
applications to the estimation of phosphoric acid; to which 
is appended, A method for the determination of molybdic 
acid, with application to the estimation of phosphoric acid. 
(Published in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
as follows: The estimation of molybdic acid reduced by 
hydriodic acid, 12:449-452. New Haven, 1901; The determina- 
tion of uranium and uranyl phosphate by the zinc reductor, 
16:229-239. New Haven, 1903. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir 
Anorganische Chemie, 29:353-358. 1902; 37:113-124. Ham- 
burg, 1903.) 

Assistant Superintendent, National Carbon Company, Cleve- 
land, O. 

1904 

Robert William Curtis, B.S. Trinity College 1896. 

Dissertation: The action of the halogen acids upon vanadic acid. 
(Published in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
17:41-48. New Haven, 1904. Translation in Zeitschrift fiir 
Anorganische Chemie, 38:246-255. Hamburg, 1904.) 

Instructor in Chemistry, College of the City of New York, New 
York, N. Y. 



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Ralph Davis Gilbert, B.A. Boston University 1900, B.S. Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College 1900. 

Dissertation: The estimation of vanadium. (Published in part 
in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
precipitation of ammonium vanadate by ammonium chloride, 
14:205-210. New Haven, 1902; The use of the zinc reductor 
in the estimation of vanadic acid, 15:389-391- New Haven, 
1903. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 
32:174-180. 1902; 35:420-423. Hamburg, 1903.) 

iChemist, American Agricultural Chemical Company, Boston, 
Mass. 

George Samuel Jamieson, Ph.B. Yale University 1901. 

Dissertation: Researches in organic chemistry. (Published in 
Journal of the American Chemical Society as follows: 
Researches on thiocyanates and isothiocyanates, 24:743-754. 
Easton, Pa., 1902; On some aldehyde condensation products 
of arylpseudothiohydantoins, 25:366-371; On a class of pseudo- 
thioureas described as normal ureas, 25:719-722. Easton, Pa., 
1903; also. Researches on pyrimidines: 2-oxy-4, 6-diamino 
pyrimidine, American Chemical Journal, 32:342-357- Balti- 
more, 1904.) 

Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale University. 

Herbert Edvrin Medway, B.A. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: The use of a rotating cathode in the electrolytic 
determination of the metals. (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The use of a 
rotating cathode in the electrolytic determination of the 
metals, 15:320-323. New Haven, 1903; Further work with the 
rotating cathode, 18:56-58; The material and shape of the 
rotating cathode, 18:180-182. New Haven, 1904. Translations 
in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 35:414-419. 1903; 
42:110-113, 114-117. Hamburg, 1904-) 

Moscow, Pa. 

.\ndrew Lincoln Winton, Ph.B. Yale University 1884. 

Dissertation: Studies in methods of proximate organic analysis. 
(Published as follows: Report of the Connecticut Agricultural 
Experiment Station: Notes on the determination of starch, 
128-142. New Haven, 1887 (also. Journal of Analytical Chem- 
istry, 2:149-164. New Haven, 1888); Forage plants of the salt 



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marshes of Connecticut, 233-245; Apparatus for drying in 
hydrogen, 187-189; Aliquotimeter, 189-191. New Haven, 1889; 
The chemical composition of authentic samples of spices and 
spice adulterants, 184-217. New Haven, 1898; Die Anatomie 
des Maiskolbens mit besonderer Riicksicht auf den Nachweis 
von Kolbenmehl als Verfalschungsmittel der Weizen- und 
Roggenkleie, 186-195 (also, Oesterreichische Chemiker-Zei- 
tung, 3 N.F., 345-349. 1900); A convenient micro-polariscope 
for food examination, 195-198. New Haven, 1900 (also, Journa! 
of Applied Microscopy, 2:550-551. Rochester, N. Y., 1899); 
The anatomy of the fruit of Cocos nucifera, 208-225. New 
Haven, 1901 (also, American Journal of Science, 12:265-280 
New Haven, 1901); The eflfects of roasting on the chemica! 
composition of cocoa beans, 265-287; Beitrage zur Anatomie 
des Beerenobates, 288-325 (also, Zeitschrift fiir Untersuchung 
der Nahrungs- und Genussmittel, 5:785-814. Berlin, 1902) 
Anatomie der Kultur-Varietaten der Hirse, 326-338 (also 
Zeitschrift fiir Untersuchung der Nahrungs- und Genussmittel 
6:337-345. Berlin, 1903); Uber amerikanische Weisen- 
Ausreuter, 339-358. New Haven, 1902 (also, Zeitschrift fiii 
Untersuchung der Nahrungs- und Genussmittel, 6:433-447 
Berlin, 1903); Anatomie der Friichte des Taumellolches unc 
der Roggentrespe, 165-174 (also, Zeitschrift fiir Untersuchung 
der Nahrungs- und Genussmittel, 7:321-328. Berlin, 1904) 
Anatomie des Hanfsamens, 175-180. New Haven, 1903 (also 
Zeitschrift fiir Untersuchung der Nahrungs- und Genuss- 
mittel, 7:385-388. Berlin, 1904); U. S. Dept. of Agriculture 
Division of Chemistry: On the use of sodium chloride in 
the Lindo-Gladding method of determining potash, Bulletin 
31:148-150. 1891; Report on dairy products, Bulletin 38:92- 
108. 1893; Report on potash. Bulletin 47:14-23. 1896 
Bulletin 49:27-41. 1897; Bulletin 51:29-42. 1898; On the 
Gunning-Kjeldahl method and a modification applicable .in 
the presence of nitrates, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Bulletin 112:1-4. New Haven, 1892; A compilation oi 
analyses of American feeding stuffs, U. S. Dept. of Agricul- 
ture, Office of Experiment Stations, Bulletin 11:1-155. Wash- 
ington, 1892; Journal of American Chemical Society: Oi 
some conditions affecting the accuracy of the determinatior 
of potash as potassium platini-chloride, 17:453-466. Easton 
Pa., 1895; On the Lindo-Gladding method of determining 
potash, 20:597-609. Easton, Pa., 1898 (also. Chemical News 



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No. 201 1, 2012. London, 1898); The detection of coal-tar 
dyes in fruit products, 22:582-588. Easton, Pa., 1900; The 
analysis of vanilla extract, 24:1128-1135. Easton, Pa., 1902.) 
Scientific Investigation, Wilton, Conn. 



1905 

Howard Stanley Bristol, Ph.B. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: Researches in organic and inorganic chemistry. 
(Incorporated in papers in American Chemical Journal, as 
follows: Researches on pyrimidines: the structure of some 
substitution-products, 33:437-448; Researches upon pyrimi- 
dines: the action of potassium thiocyanate upon some imide 
chlorides, 33:448-460. Baltimore, 1905.) 

Newport, R. I. 

James Brown, B.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: The interaction of hydrochloric acid and potassium 
permanganate in the presence of various inorganic salts. 
(Published in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
as follows: The interaction of hydrochloric acid and potas- 
sium permanganate in the presence of ferric chloride, 19:31- 
38. New Haven, 1905; Further work on the interaction of 
hydrochloric acid and potassium permanganate in the presence 
of various inorganic salts, 21:41-57. New Haven, 1906. Trans- 
lations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 44:145-153; 
47:314-330. Hamburg, 1905.) 

Professor of Chemistiy, Butler College, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Charles Paxson Flora, B.A. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: The estimation of cadmium. (Published in part 
in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
use of the rotating cathode for the estimation of cadmium 
taken as the sulphate, 20:268-276; The use of the rotating 
cathode for the estimation of cadmium taken as the chloride, 
20:392-396; Additional notes upon the estimation of cadmium 
by means of the rotating cathode, and summary, 20:454-455; 
The estimation of cadmium as the oxide, 20:456-458. New 
Haven, 1905. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 
Chemie, 47:1-12, 13-19, 20-22. Hamburg, 1905.) 

Chemical Engineer with Hood Rubber Company, Watertown, 
Mass. 



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Ralph Nelson Maxson, B.S. Rhode Island State College 1902. 

Dissertation: The estimation of small amounts of gold. (Pub- 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: The iodometric determination of gold in dilute 
solution, 16:155-160. New Haven, 1903; The limit of error in 
the volumetric determination of small amounts of gold, 17:466- 
470. New Haven, 1904; The colorimetric determination of 
small amounts of gold, 21 :27o-274. New Haven, 1906. Trans- 
lations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 37:81-87. 1903; 
40:254-259. 1904; 49:172-177. Hamburg, 1906.) 

Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, State University of Kentucky, 
Lexington, Ky. 

Joannes Gabriel Statiropoulos, B.A. Anatolia College 1899, 
M.S. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: Researches in organic chemistry. (Published inj 
part as follows: On some urazole and imidothiobiazoline! 
derivatives, American Chemical Journal, 34:117-132. Balti- 
more, 1905.) 

Coal Tar Chemist in charge of Laboratory, Coal Tar Products 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

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Raymond Harman Ashley, B.S. Rutgers College 1903, M.A. 
Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: The oxidation of sulphur dioxide in analysis. 
(Published in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
as follows: The oxidation of sulphites by iodine in alkaline 
solution, 19:237-239; The estimation of sulphites by iodine, 
20:13-16. New Haven, 1905; The analysis of dithionic acid 
and the dithionates, 22:259-262. New Haven, 1906. Transla- 
tions in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 45:69-72. 1905; 
46:211-214. 1905; 51:116-120. Hamburg, 1906.) 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Maine, Orono, 
Me. 

Albert Hileman, B.A. Yale University 1903. 

Dissertation: The determination of fluorine eliminated as silicon 
fluoride. (Published in part in American Journal of Science, 
4th series, as follows: The elimination and alkalimetric 
estimation of silicon fluoride in the analysis of fluorides, 
22:329-338; The estimation of fluorine iodometrically, 22:383- 



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384. New Haven, 1906. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir 
Anorganische Chemie, 51:158-170. 1906; 52:342-344. Ham- 
burg, 1907.) 
Died 1908. 

Carl Oscar Johns, B.A. Bethany College 1899, M.A. 1902, Ph.B. 
Yale University 1904. 

Dissertatimi: Researches in organic chemistry. (Published in 
part as follows: Researches on pyrimidines: the action of 
aqueous and alcoholic ammonia and aniline on some halogen 
and mercapto pyrimidines, American Chemical Journal, 34: 
175-191; Researches on pyrimidines: 2, 5-diamino-6-oxypyri- 
midine, American Chemical Journal, 34:554-568. Baltimore, 
1905; Researches on pyrimidines: some 5-iodopyrimidin 
derivatives: S-iodocytosin, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 
1:305-318. New York, 1905.) 

Organic Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, Washington, D. C. 

Elmer Verner McCollum, B.A. University of Kansas 1903, M.A. 
1904. 

Dissertation: Researches in organic chemistry. (Incorporated 
in the following papers: Researches on pyrimidins: on 
methods of synthesizing isobarbituric acid and 5-oxycytosin, 
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1:437-449. New York, 1906; 
Researches on pyrimidines: the action of potassium thio- 
cyanate upon imide chlorides, American Chemical Journal, 
36:136-148; Researches on pyrimidines: on the formation of 
purines from ureapyrimidines, American Chemical Journal, 
36:149-159. Baltimore, 1906.) 
I Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. 

George Albert Menge, Ph.B. Yale University 1903. 

Dissertation: Researches in organic and physical chemistry. 
(Incorporated in the following papers: On the action of 
phenylhydrazine on benzoylpseudoureas: i, 5-diphenyl-3- 
aminopyrro-a, /3'-diazole derivatives, American Chemical Jour- 
nal, 32:358-372. Baltimore, 1904; The relative solubility of 
some difficultly soluble calcium and barium salts, American 
Chemical Journal, 35:432-445. Baltimore, 1906; Researches on 
pyrimidins: 5-ethylcytosin, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 
2:105-115. New York, 1906.) 

Dairy Chemist, Dairy Division, Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. 



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Seth Enoch Moody, B.S. Dartmouth College 1898, M.S. Yale 
University 1904. 

Dissertation: The hydrolysis of certain dissolved salts in pres- 
ence of iodides and iodates. (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The iodometric 
determination of aluminum in aluminum chloride and alumi- 
num sulphate, 20:181-184. New Haven, 1905; The hydrolysis 
of salts of iron, chromium, tin, cobalt, nickel, and zinc in 
the presence of iodides and iodates, 22:176-184; The hydrol- 
ysis of salts of ammonium in the presence of iodides and 
iodates, 22:379-382; The iodometric determination of basic 
alumina and of free acid in aluminium sulphate and alums, 
22:483-487. New Haven, 1906. Translations in Zeitschrift fur 
Anorganische Chemie, 46:423-427. 1905; 51:121-131. 1906; 
52:281-285, 286-291. Hamburg, 1907.) 

Assistant City Chemist, St. Louis, Mo. 

1907 

David Lindsey Randall, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1905. 

Dissertation: The use of potassium permanganate in the estima- 
tion of iron, mercury, and molybdenum. (Published in part 
in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
behavior of ferric chloride in the zinc reductor, 21:128-130. 
New Haven, 1906; The titration of mercurous salts with 
potassium permanganate, 23:137-140; The behavior of molyb- 
dic acid in the zinc reductor, 24:313-316. New Haven, 1907. 
Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 48:389- 
392. 1906; 53:78-82. Hamburg, 1907.) 

Professor of Chemistry, and Secretary of the Faculty, Baker 
University, Baldwin, Kansas. 

1908 

Walter Minor Bradley, Ph.B. Yale University 1899. 
Dissertation: The analysis and chemical composition of the 

mineral warwickite. (Published in American Journal of 

Science, 27:179-184. New Haven, 1909.) 
Assistant in Mineralogy, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University. 

Samuel Hopkins Clapp, B.A. Yale University 1901. 
Dissertation: Researches on pyrimidine derivatives. (Incorpor- 
ated in the following papers: Researches on pyrimidins: 



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syntheses of some nitrogen-alkyl derivatives of cytosin, 
thymin, and uracil, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 5:49-70- 
Baltimore, 1908; Researches on halogen amino acids: 3. 
5-dibromphenylalanine, American Chemical Journal, 40:337- 
348. Baltimore, 1908.) 
291 High St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

William Allen Drushel, B.S. National Normal University 1896, 
B.A. 1897, B.A. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: The quantitative estimation of potassium. (Pub- 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: On the volumetric estimation of potassium as the 
cobalti-nitrate, 24:433-438. New Haven, 1907; The application 
of the cobalti-nitrite method to the estimation of potassium 
in soils, 26:329-332; The volumetric estimation of potassium 
in animal fluids, 26:555-562. New Haven, 1908. Translations 
in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 56:223-229. 1908; 59: 
97-101. 1908; 61:137-146. Hamburg, 1909.) 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Yale College. 

Frederick William Heyl, Ph.B. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: Researches on pyrimidines. (Incorporated in 
papers in American Chemical Journal, as follows: Researches 
on pyrimidines: on 5-nitrocytosine and its reduction to 
2-oxy-4, 5-diaminopyrimidine, 36:160-177. Baltimore, 1906; 
Researches on some condensation products of a substituted 
pseudothiourea: synthesis of i-methyluracil, 37:628-637; 
Researches on pyrimidines: the action of methyliodide on 
2-anilino-6-oxypyrimidine, and the synthesis of 2-anilinopy- 
rimidine, 38:237-249. Baltimore, 1907-) 

Chief Chemist, Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Howard Douglas Newton, B.S. Boston University 1904. 

Dissertation: On some new relations to titanium in analysis: the 
volumetric estimation of titanium, of iron in presence of 
titanium, and of iron and vanadium after reduction with 
titanous sulphate. (Published in part in American Journal 
of Science, 4th series, as follows: A method for the estima- 
tion of iron in presence of titanium, 23:365-367. New Haven, 
1907; A method for the voltimetric estimation of titanium, 
25-T30-I32; The estimation of iron by potassium permangan- 
ate after reduction with titanous sulphate, 25:343-345. New 
Haven, 1908. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 



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Chemie, 54:213-216. 1907; 57:278-280. 1908; 58:378-380. Ham- 
burg-, 1908.) 
Professor of Chemistry, Connecticut Agricultural College, 
Storrs, Conn. 

1909 

Graham Edgar, B.S. Kentucky State College 1907. 

Dissertation: The quantitative estimation of vanadium. (Pub- 
lished in part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: The reduction of vanadic acid by zinc and magne- 
sium, 25:233-238; The determination of vanadic and molybdic 
acids in the presence of one another, 25:332-334; The estima- 
tion of iron and vanadium in the presence of one another, 
26:79-82; The iodometric estimation of chromic and vanadic 
acids in the presence of one another, 26:333-336. New Haven, 
1908; The iodometric estimation of vanadic acid, chromic 
acid and iron in the presence of one another, 27:174-178; The 
estimation of vanadic and arsenic acids and of vanadic and 
antimonic acids, in the presence of one another, 27:299-301. 
New Haven, 1909. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorgan- 
ische Chemie, 58:39-45, 375-377. 1908; 59:74-78. 1908; 61:280- 
285. 1909; 62:77-80, 344-347. Hamburg, 1909.) 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Virginia, 
Charlottesville, Va. 

William Ruthven Flint, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 1906. 

Dissertation: The complexity of tellurium. (Published in part in 
American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
quantitative precipitation of tellurium dioxide and its applica- 
tion to the separation of tellurium from selenium, 28:112-118; 
The complexity of tellurium, 28:347-352. New Haven, 1909; 
Researches upon the complexity of tellurium, 30:209-219. 
New Haven, 1910. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorgan- 
ische Chemie, 64:104-111, 112-118. 1909; 68:251-262. Hamburg, 
1910.) 

Consulting Chemist, Pasadena, Cal. 

Fred Harvey Heath, B.S. New Hampshire College of Agricul- 
ture and Mechanic Arts 1905. 

Dissertation: The iodometric determination of associated copper, 
arsenic, and antimony. (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The iodometric 
determination of copper, 24:65-74. New Haven, 1907; The 



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iodometric determination of arsenic and antimony associated 
with copper, 25:513-519. New Haven, 1908. Translations in 
Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 55:119-129. 1907; 
59:87-93. Hamburg, 1908.) 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of North Dakota, 
University, N. Dak. 

Leonard Merritt Liddle, B.S. Cornell College 1906. 

Dissertation: Studies in pyrimidines and researches on halogen 
amino acids. (Incorporated in papers in American Chemical 
Journal, as follows: Researches on halogen amino acids: 
iodine derivatives of paratoluidine; 3, 5-diiod-4-aminobenzoic 
acid, 42:441-461; Researches on halogen amino acids; iodine 
derivatives of orthotoluidine. The 3-iodaminobenzoic acids, 
42:498-505. Baltimore, 1909-) 

Professor of Organic Chemistry, and Armour Research Fellow 
in Mellon Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

David Ford McFarland, B.A. University of Kansas 1900, M.A. 
1901, M.S. Yale University 1903. 

Dissertation: Investigation of the action of alkyl halides on some 
mercapto pyrimidines; and a study of some molecular rear- 
rangements in the amidine and the thiocyanacetanilide series. 
(Incorporated in papers in American Chemical Journal as 
follows: Researches on pyrimidines: the preparation of 
I, 4-dimethyluracil and of the monobenzyl derivatives of 
4-methyluracil, 42:101-115; Researches on pyrimidines: the 
action of methyliodide and of benzylchloride upon 2-oxy-4- 
methyl-6-methylmercaptopyrimidine, 42:431-440. Baltimore, 
1909; Researches on pyrimidines: the thio derivatives of 
thymine and the preparation of thymine, 43:19-36. Baltimore, 
1910.) 

Assistant Professor of Applied Chemistry, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Edwin Ward Tillotson, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1906. 

Dissertatian : On the synthesis of malonic ester; with special 
reference to the influence of catalytic agents in the several 
reactions. (Published in part in American Journal of Science, 
4th series, as follows: On the esterification of malonic acid, 
26:243-252; On the conversion of cyanacetic ester to malonic 
ester, 26:257-263; Researches on the influence of catalytic 
agents in ester formation: On the esterification of cyanacetic 
acid, 26:264-266; On the preparation of malonic acid or its 



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ester from, monochloracetic acid, 26:267-274; On the prepara- 
tion of cyanacetic acid and its ester from monochloracetic 
acid, 26:275-280. New Haven, 1908.) 
Professor of Applied Chemistry, and Assistant Director of 
Mellon Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hiram Lee Ward, B.A. Yale University 1906. 

Dissertation: A study of metallic oxalates, with special reference 
to the separation of copper as the oxalate. (Published in part 
in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
precipitation of copper oxalate in analysis, 27:448-458. New 
Haven, 1909; The estimation of lead, nickel, and zinc by 
precipitation as oxalates and titration with potassium per- 
manganate, 33'-334-33^', The oxalate-permanganate process 
for the determination of copper associated with cadmium, 
arsenic, iron, or lead, 33:423-432. New Haven, 1912. Trans- 
lation of the first paper in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 
Chemie, 62:348-359. Hamburg, 1909.) 

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Wesleyan University, Mid- 
dletown. Conn. 

1910 

David Breese Jones, B.A. Ripon College 1904. 

Dissertation: The conversion of halides of the general formula, 
— X.CH2,CH hal.CHs, — into allyl and propenyl compounds. 
(Published in part as follows: The transformation of allyl- 
phthalimide into propenylphthalimide, American Chemical 
Journal, 45:343-356. Baltimore, 191 1.) 

Organic Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. 

Ralph Walker Langley, Ph.B. Yale University 1902, M.S. 1904. 

Dissertation: Studies of the oxides of tantalum and columbium. 
(Incorporated in papers in American Journal of Science, 4th 
series, as follows: On an indirect method for determining 
columbium and tantalum, 30:393-400; Note on a recent method 
for separating tantalum and columbium, 30:401-402. New 
Haven, 1910.) 

Chemist, Acme Wire Corporation, New Haven, Conn. 

Howard Earle Palmer, B.A. Yale University 1907. 

Dissertation: The use of potassium ferrocyanide and potassium 
ferricyanide in analysis: (Published in part in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: A method for the 



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qualitative separation and detection of ferrocyanides, ferri- 
cyanides and sulphocyanides, 23:448-450. New Haven, 1907; 
On the estimation of cerium in the presence of the other rare 
earths by the action of potassium ferricyanide, 26:83-84. New 
Haven, 1908; The volumetric and gravimetric estimation of 
thallium in alkaline solution by means of potassium ferri- 
cyanide, 27:379-380. New Haven, 1909; The application of 
potassium ferricyanide in alkaline solution to the estimation 
of arsenic, antimony, and tin, 29:399-403; The application of 
potassium ferricyanide in alkaline solution to the estimation 
of vanadium and chromium, 30:141-145. New Haven, 1910. 
Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 54'3i5- 
318. 1907; 59:71-73. 1908; 62:218-220. 1909; 67:317-321. 
Hamburg, 1910.) 
Chemist, Bureau' of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. 

1911 

Rowland Sherwood Bosworth, B.A. Yale University 1908, M.A. 
1909. 

Dissertation: The rates of solution of certain metals in dissolved 
iodine, and their relation to the diffusion-theory. (Published 
in part as follows: On the rates of solution of certain metals 
in dissolved iodine, and their relation to the diffusion theory, 
American Journal of Science, 4th series, 32:207-224. New 
Haven, 191 1. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 
Chemie, 74:1-20. Hamburg, 1912.) 

Physicist for General Memorial Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Carlton Howard Maryott, B.A. Brown University 1904. 

Dissertation: On the nature of the reaction between chlorine and 
benzene in the electrolytic cell. (Published in part in Amer- 
ican Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The use of 
metallic potassium in determining halogens in benzol deriva- 
tives, 30:378-380. New Haven, 1910; On the mechanism of the 
chlorination of benzene in the electrolytic cell, 35:153-170. 
New Haven, 1913.) 

Professor of Chemistry, Medical Department, University of 
Georgia, Augusta, Ga. 

Claude Clair Perkins, B.A. University of Minnesota 1907, M.A. 

Yale University 1909. 
Dissertation: Molecular silver, and its use in the gravimetric 
determination of iodine. (Published in part in American 



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Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The gravimetric 
determination of free iodine by the action of metallic silver, 
28:33-39. New Haven, 1909; The gravimetric determination 
of free bromine and chlorine, combined iodine, and oxidizing 
reagents by means of metallic silver, 29:338-340; The use of 
silver in the determination of molybdenum, vanadium, sele- 
nium and tellurium, 29:540-542. New Haven, 1910. Transla- 
tions in Zeitschrift fur Anorganische Chemie, 63:318-324. 
1909; 66:432-435. 1910; 67:361-364. Hamburg, 1910.) 
Died 1911. 

Edwin Jay Roberts, B.S. New Hampshire College of Agriculture 
and the Mechanic Arts 1906. 

Dissertation: The separation of cerium earths. (Published in 
part in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: 
On the substitution of bromine and of iodine for chlorine 
in the separation of cerium from the other cerium earths, 
29:45-46. New Haven, 1910; On the separation of cerium by 
potassium permanganate, 31:350-352. New Haven, 191 1. 
Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 64:302- 
304. 1909; 71:305-308. Hamburg, 1911.) 

Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Polytechnic 
Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Samuel Ray Scholes, B.A. Ripon College 1905. 

Dissertation: A study of vapor-pressures. (Published in part as 
follows: The vapor pressure of hydrates, determined from 
their equilibria with aqueous alcohol, Journal of the American 
Chemical Society, 33:1309-1326. Easton, Pa., 191 1.) 

Professor of Applied Chemistry, and Assistant Director of 
Mellon Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

igi2 

Philip Lee Blumenthal, B.S. State University of Kentucky 1909, 
M.A. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: The separation and estimation of chlorine and 
bromine in halogen salts by the diflferential action of oxidiz- 
ers. (Published in part in American Journal of Science, 4th 
series, as follows: The iodic acid process for the determina- 
tion of bromine in halogen salts, 34:469-474. New Haven, 
1912; The use of selenic acid in the determination of bromine 
associated with chlorine in haloid salts, 35:54-62; The prepara- 
tion of selenic acid and sodium selenate for use as reagents 
in the determination of bromine in haloid salts, 35:93-96. New 



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Haven, 1913. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische 
Chemie, 80:36-42, 161-170. Hamburg, 1913-) 
Research Chemist in Soils, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Lexington, Ky. 

Charles Andrew Brautlecht, Ph.B. Yale University 1906. 

Dissertation: Synthesis of thiotyrosine. (Published in part as 
follows: Hydantoins: the synthesis of thiotyrosine, Journal 
of Biological Chemistry, 12:175-196. Baltimore, 1912.) 

Professor of Chemistry, Florida State College for Women, 
Tallahassee, Fla. 

Gerald Burnham, Ph.B. Yale University 1909. 
Dissertatian: Sulphur combinations in proteins-thiopolypeptides. 
(Published in revised form in Journal of Biological Chemis- 
try, as follows: Sulphur linkages in proteins, 9:439-448; 
Thioamides: the formation of thiopolypeptide derivatives by 
the action of hydrogen sulphide on aminoacetonitrile, 9:449- 
462. Baltimore, 191 1.) 
- Chemist with E. Burnham, Chicago, 111. 

Charles Raymond Downs, Ph.B. Yale University 1909. 

Dissertation: Water-gas tar: its composition and commercial 
possibilities. (Published as follows: Study of the composi- 
tion of water gas tar, Journal of Industrial and Engineering 
Chemistry, 6:366-370. Easton, Pa., 1914.) 

Chemist, with Barrett Manufacturing Company, New York, 
N. Y. 

Herbert Hartley Guest, Ph.B. Yale University 1908. 

Dissertation: Thiohydantoins and their biochemical interest. 
(Published in revised form in American Chemical Journal, 
as follows: Hydantoins: the action of potassium thiocyanate 
on pyrrolidonecarboxylic acid, 2-thiohydantoin-4-propionic 
acid, 47:242-251; Hydantoins: the action of potassium 
thiocyanate on asparagine, 48:103-111. Baltimore, 1912.) 

Chemist, J. B. Williams Company, Glastonbury, Conn. 

Frank Loyal Haigh, B.A. Ripon College 1908. 

Dissertation: On certain physical properties of the alkali nitrates, 
chlorides, and sulphates. (Published as follows: Certain 
physical properties of the alkali nitrates and chlorides. Jour- 
nal of American Chemical Society, 34:1137-1159. Easton, Pa., 
1912.) 

Ripon, Wis. 



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Charles Hoffman, B.S. University of Kansas 1909. 

Dissertation: A new method for synthesizing alpha-amino acids; 
halogen derivatives of tyrosine. (Published in part as fol- 
lows: On hydantoins: synthesis of 3, 5-dichlortyrosine, 
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 10:147-157. Baltimore, 1911; 
On hydantoins: the action of bromine on tyrosinehydantoin, 
American Chemical Journal, 47:20-27. Baltimore, 1912.) 

Chief Chemist, Ward Baking Company, New York, N. Y. 



1913 

Joseph Alfred Ambler, Ph.B. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: A new method of synthesizing N-alkyl deriva- 
tives of a-amino acids. (Published in revised form as follows: 
The alkylation and hydrolysis of aliphatic sulfonamides. A 
new synthesis of sarcosine, Journal of the American Chemical 
Society, 36:372-385. Easton, Pa., 1914-) 

Professor of Chemistry, Acadia University, Wolfville, N. S. 

Robert Bengis, Ph.B. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: The synthesis of amino acids related to adrenaline. 
(Published in modified form as follows: Hydantoins: Syn- 
theses of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylalanine and 3, 4-dimeth- 
oxyphenylalanine, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 
35:1606-1617. Easton, Pa., 1913.) 

Biochemist, Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. 

Arthur Joseph Hill, Ph.B. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: The catalytic action of esters in the Claisen con- 
densation. (Published in modified form in Journal of the 
American Chemical Society, 35:1023-1034. Easton, Pa., 1913; 
Original Communications, Eighth International Congress of 
Applied Chemistry, 6:147-156. Washington and New York, 
1912.) 

Instructor in Industrial Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale University. 

David Upton Hill, B.A. University of New Brunswick 1908, M.A. 
Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: Experimental studies on the diffusion theory of 
reaction velocity. (Published in part as follows: On the 
influence of alcohol and of cane sugar upon the rate of 
solution of cadmium in dissolved iodine, American Journal 



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of Science, 4th series, 36:543-554- New Haven, 1913. Trans- 
lation in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 85:279-291. 
Hamburg, 1914-) 
Instructor in Chemistry, Yale College. 

Simon Boghos Kuzirian, B.A. Euphrates College 1902, M.A. 
Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: The elimination of certain volatile products in 
chemical analysis. (Published in American Journal of 
Science, 4th series, as follows: The use of sodium paratung- 
state in the determination of carbon dioxide in carbonates and 
nitrogen pentoxide in nitrates by loss on ignition, 31 :497-500. 
New Haven, 191 1; The action of sodium paratungstate in 
fusion on salts of the halogen acids and oxy-halogen acids, 
36:301-304; The use of sodium paratungstate and the blowpipe 
flame in the determination of acid radicals, 36:305-312; Deter- 
mination of water of crystallization in sulphates, 36:401-405; 
The dehydration and recovery of silica in analysis, 36:598- 
604; A modification of the usual method of correcting silica 
for included salts, 37:61-64. New Haven, 1913. Translations 
in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 84:319-332. 1913; 
85:108-126, 127-132. Hamburg, 1914-) 

Assistant Chemi-st, Iowa State Agricultural College, Ames, Iowa. 

George Augustus Linhart, B.S. University of Pennsylvania 1909, 
M.A. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: On the kinetics of the decomposition of certain 
organic and inorganic salts. (Published in the American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: On the hydrolysis 
of metallic alkyl sulphates. I. Ethyl barium sulphate, 32:51-60. 
New Haven, 191 1; II. Methyl and propyl barium sulphates, 
34:289-292; III. Ethyl calcium sulphate and ethyl strontium 
sulphate, 34:539-542. New Haven, 1912; IV. Sodium, stron- 
tium, and barium esters in alkaline solutions, 35:283-289; On 
the rate of reduction of mercuric chloride by phosphorous 
acid, 35:353-368. New Haven, 1913. Translation in Zeit- 
schrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 82:1-16. Hamburg, 1913.) 

Teaching Fellow in German and Chemistry, University of 
Washington, Seattle, Wash. 

Ben Harry Nicolet, B.A. University of Kansas 1910. 

Dissertation: Some derivatives of aminomalonic acid, and their 
biochemical interest. (Published in revised form in Journal 
of the American Chemical Society, as follows: I. The forma- 



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tion of pyrimidines from diethyl aminomalonate and amino 
malonicnitrile, 36:345-355; II. Synthesis of hydantoin-4-car- 
boxamide, 36:355-364. Easton, Pa., 1913-) 
Research Chemist, Mellon Institute, University of Pittsburgh, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Norman Arthur Shepard, Ph.B. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: Researches on pyrimidines: uramils and thio- 
uramils. (Published in modified form as follow^s: Researches 
on pyrimidines: A new method of synthesizing uramils and 
thiouramils, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 
35:994-1007. Easton, Pa., 1913-) 

Instructor in Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

1914 

Lewis Hill Chernoff, Ph.B. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: Pyrimidine nucleosides. (Published in revised 
form as follows: Researches on pyrimidines: Synthesis of 
the pyrimidine nucleoside, 4-hydroxymethyluracil, Journal of 
the American Chemical Society, 36:1742-1747. Easton, Pa., 1914.) 

Organic Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. 

Ernest Woodward Dean, B.A. Clark College 1908, M.A. Yale 
University 1912. 

Dissertation: The effect of constitution upon the velocities of 
hydrolysis of esters of substituted monobasic aliphatic acids. 
(Published in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as 
follows: On the hydrolysis of esters of substituted aliphatic 
acids. Ethyl esters of glycolic acid and of methyloxy, ethyloxy 
and propyloxy acetic acids, 34:293-296. New Haven, 1912; 
Ethyl esters of lactic acid, glyceric acid, a-ethyloxy and 
/3-ethyloxy propionic acids, 35:486-490; Saponification by 
sodium hydroxide of hydroxy and alkyloxy acetates and 
propionates, 35:605-610. New Haven, 1913.) 

Junior Organic Chemist, Bureau of Mines, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

William Mynn Thornton, Jr., B.A. Hampden-Sidney College 
1904, M.A. University of Virginia 1907, M.A. Yale University 
1912. 
Dissertation: New processes for the analytical separation of 
titanium from iron, aluminum, and phosphoric acid. (Pub- 
lished in American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: 
The estimation of titanium in the presence of iron, 34:214-217. 



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New Haven, 1912; The use of the ammonium salt of nitro- 
sophenylhydroxylamine ("Cupferron") in the quantitative 
separation of titanium from iron, 37:173-178; The separation 
of titanium from iron, aluminum, and phosphoric acid with 
the aid of the ammonium salt of nitrosophenylhydroxylamine 
("Cupferron"), 37:407-414. New Haven, 1914. Translations 
in Zeitschrift fiir Anorganische Chemie, 79:190-196. 1913; 
86:407-412. Hamburg, 1914.) 
Chemist, E. I. duPont de Nemours Powder Company, Chester, 
Pa. 

1915 

Joseph Sumner Bates, Ph.B. Yale University 1912. 
Dissertation: The synthesis of dipeptide-hydantoins, together 

with a short study of Michigan hardwood tar. 
Chemist, Cott-A-Lap Company, Bound Brook, N. J. 

Edward Frederick Kohmann, B.A. University of Kansas 1912. 

Dissertation: The constitution of mono- and dinitrotyrosine, and 
the xanthoproteic and Millon's reactions. (Published in 
Journal of American Chemical Society, as follows: Studies on 
nitrated proteins: the determination of the structure of 
nitrotyrosine, 37:1863-1884; the synthesis of 3, 5-dinitrotyro- 
sine, 37:2164-2170. Easton, Pa., 1915.) 

Associate in Chemistry in Department of Dairy Husbandry, 
University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Harley Dyer Minnig, B.A. Yale University 1912. 

Dissertation: A method for the separation of aluminium from 
iron and beryllium with a review of existing methods for the 
analytical determination of aluminium. Published in part in 
American Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: The 
separation and estimation of aluminium associated with iron, 
by the action of acetyl chloride in acetoin, 39:197-200. New 
Haven, 1915; The separation and estimation of ajuminium 
and beryllium by the use of acetyl chloride in acetoin. [In 
press.]) 

Chemist, The Solvay Process Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 

John Henry Reedy, B.A. Southwestern University 1900, M.A. 
1900, M.S. University of Chicago 1914. 

Dissertation: Anodic potentials of silver. (Published in American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, as follows: Anodic potentials 
of silver: I. The determination of the reaction potentials of 
silver and their significance, 40:281-298; II. Their role in the 



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electrolytic estimation of the halogens, 40:400-412. New 
Haven, 1915.) 
Professor of Chemistry, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 
Texas. 

Blair Saxton, B.A. Wabash College 1912. 

Dissertation: The nature of certain precipitated inorganic colloids. 

(Published in part in Journal of American Chemical Society, 

as follows: The effect of freezing on certain inorganic 

hydrogels, 38:588-609. Easton, Pa., 1916.) 
Instructor in Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University. 

Walter Moody Scott, Ph.B. Yale University 1912. 

Dissertation: The hydroxyl derivatives of phenylalanine, and 
their biochemical interest. (Published in Journal of Ameri- 
can Chemical Society, as follows: A new synthesis of ©-tyro- 
sine, 37:1846-1856; Researches on hydantoins: Synthesis of 
the hydantoin of 2-hydroxy-5-aminophenylalanine, 37:1856- 
1863. Easton, Pa., 1915.) 

Chemist, Cheney Brothers, Silk Manufacturers, South Man- 
chester, Conn. 

Richard Wrenshall, Ph.B. Yale University 1911. 

Dissertation: Synthesis of a-amino-5-phenylvalerianic acid. (Pub- 
lished in Journal of American Chemical Society, as follows: 
Researches on hydantoins: the condensation of cinnamic 
aldehyde with hydantoins, 37:2133-2144. Easton, Pa., 1915.) 

Manager, Sterling Varnish Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that graduate is deceased.) 

*Allen, 1871 Blumenthal, 1912 

Ambler, 1913 Boltwood, 1897 

Armsby, 1879 Bosworth, 191 1 

Ashley, 1906 Bradley, 1908 

*Atwater, 1869 Brautlecht, 1912 

Austin, 1898 Bristol, 1905 

Barnes, 1898 Brown, 1905 

Bates, 1915 Browning, 1892 

Beardsley, 1902 Burnham, 1912 

Bengis, 1913 Chernoff, 1914 

Blake, 1903 Clapp, 1908 



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*Collier, 1866 

Curtis, 1904 

Dean, 1914 

Downs, 1912 

Drushel, 1908 
♦Dudley, 1874 

Edgar, 1909 

Fairbanks, 1896 

Flint, 1909 

Flora, 1905 

Foote, 1898 

Ford, 1903 

Gilbert, 1904 

Gruener, 1893 

Guest, 1912 

Haigh, 1912 

Hale, 1902 
♦Harrington, 1871 

Havens, 1899 

Heath, 1909 

Heyl, 1908 
*Hileman, 1906 

Hill, A. J., 1913 

Hill, D. U., 1913 

Hoffman, 1912 

Howe, 1896 

Hulst, 1870 

Jamieson, 1904 

Jenkins, 1879 

Johns, 1906 

Johnson, 1901 

Jones, D. B., 1910 

Jones, L. C, 1899 

Kohmann, 1915 

Kreider, 1895 

Kuzirian, 1913 

Langley, 1910 

Liddle, 1909 

Linhart, 1913 

McCollum, 1906 

McFarland, B. W., 1896 

McFarland, D. R, 1909 



Mar, 1891 
Maryott, 191 1 
Maxson, 1905 
Medway, 1904 
Menge, 1906 
Merriam, 1903 
Minnig, 1915 
Moody, 1906 
Morgan, 1899 
Newton, 1908 
Nicolet, 1913 
Norton, 1901 
Osborne, 1885 
Palmer, 1910 
Payne, 1877 
Peirce, 1896 
♦Perkins, 191 1 
Peters, 1901 
Phelps, 1897 
Pratt, 1896 
Pulman, 1903 
Randall, 1907 
Reedy, 1915 
Roberts, C. F., 1894 
Roberts, E. J., 191 1 
Saxton, 1915 
Scholes, 1911 
Scott, 1915 
Shepard, 1913 
Statiropoulos, 1905 
Thornton, 1914 
Tillotson, 1909 
Valentine, 1900 
Van Name, 1902 
Walden, 1896 
Walker, 1897 
Ward, 1909 
Warren, 1899 
♦Wheeler, 1893 
Winton, 1904 
Wrenshall, 1915 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY 



1899 

Alexander William Evans, Ph.B. Yale University 1890. 

Dissertation: The Hawaiian hepaticae of the tribe Jubuloideae, 
(Published in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of 
Arts and Sciences, 10:387-462. New Haven, 1900.) 

Eaton Professor of Botany, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

1901 

Charles Montague Cooke, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: The Hawaiian hepaticae of the tribe Trigonantheae. 
(Published in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of 
Arts and Sciences, 12:1-44. New Haven, 1904.) 

Curator of Pulmonata, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of 
Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History, Honolulu, Hawaii. 



1903 

Wilton Everett Britton, B.S. New Hampshire College of 
Agriculture 1893. 

Dissertation: Vegetation of the North Haven sand plains. (Pub- 
lished in Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 30:571-620. 
Lancaster, Pa., 1903.) 

Entomologist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 
New Haven, Conn,, and State Entomologist. 



1906 

Kate Grace Barber (Mrs. Andrew L. Winton), B.S. Rhode 
Island State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts 
1903. 
Dissertation: Comparative histology of fruits and seeds of certain 
species of cucurbitacese. (Published in Botanical Gazette, 
47:263-310. Chicago, 1909.) 
Scientific Investigation, Wilton, Conn. 



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1907 

Arthur Harmount Graves, B.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: The morphology of Ruppia maritima. (Published 

in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 

Sciences, 14:59-170. New Haven, 1908.) 
Scientific Investigation, New Haven, Conn. 



1909 

George Elwood Nichols, B.A. Yale University 1904. 
Dissertation: A morphological study of Juniperus communis var. 

depressa. (Published in Beihefte zum Botanischen Central- 

blatt, 25^:201-241. Dresden, 1910.) 
Assistant Professor of Botany, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University. 

1910 

Edwin Cyrus Miller, B.A. Yale University 1907. 

Dissertation: A physiological study of the germination of 
Helianthus annuus. (Published in Annals of Botany, 24:693- 
726. London, 1910.) 

Assistant Professor of Botany, Kansas State Agricultural Col- 
lege, and Assistant Plant Physiologist, Kansas Agricultural 
Experiment Station, Manhattan, Kan. 



1911 

Neil Everett Stevens, B.A. Bates College 1908, M.A. Yale Uni- 
versity 1909. 

Dissertation: Observations on heterostylous plants. (Published 
in Botanical Gazette, 53:277-308. Chicago, 1912,) 

Pathologist, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 



1912 

Marion Graham Elkins, B.S. Rhode Island College of Agricul- 
ture and Mechanical Arts 1906. 

Dissertation: The maturation phases in Smilax herbacea. (Pub- 
lished in Botanical Gazette, 57:32-52. Chicago, 1914-) 

Amesbury, Mass. 



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1915 
Henry Daggett Hooker, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1912, M.A. 

1913. 

Dissertation: Thermotropism and hydrotropism. (Published as 

follows: Thermotropism in roots, The Plant World, 17:135- 

153. Baltimore, Md.; Hydrotropism of roots in Lupinus 

albus. Annals of Botany, 29:265-283. London, 1915.) 

Instructor in Botany, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Barber, 1906 Graves, 1907 

Britton, 1903 Hooker, 1915 

Cooke, 1901 Miller, 1910 

Elkins, 1912 Nichols, 1909 

Evans, 1899 Stevens, 191 1 



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IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY AND 
COMPARATIVE ANATOMY 



1867 

William North Rice, B.A. Wesleyan University 1865. 
Dissertation: The Darwinian theory of the origin of species. 
(Published in The New Englander, 26:603-635. New Haven, 

G. I. Seney Professor of Geology, Wesleyan University, 
Middletown, Conn. 
I 1869 

George Henry Perkins, B.A. Yale University 1867. 

Dissertation: The molluscan fauna of New Haven. (Published 
as follows: Molluscan fauna of New Haven. A critical 
review of all the marine, fresh water and land Mollusca of 
the region, with descriptions of many of the living animals 
and of two new species, Proceedings of the Society of 
Natural History, 13:109-164. Boston, 1869.) 

Howard Professor of Natural History, Dean of the College of 
Arts and Sciences, and Curator of the Museum, University 
of Vermont, Burlington, Vt.; State Geologist. 

1871 

Henry Shaler Williams, Ph.B. Y^le University 1868. 
Dissertation: Comparison of the muscles of the chelonian and 

human shoulder-girdles. (Published in part in Transactions 

of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2:301-308. 

New Haven, 1873.) 
Professor of Geology, Emeritus, Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y. 

1890 

Edwin Linton, B.A. Washington and Jefferson College 1879. 
Dissertation: The anatomy of Thysanocephalum crispum Linton, 

a parasite of the tiger shark. (Published in Report of the 

United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, pt. 16, 

543-556. Washington, 1892.) 
LeMoyne Professor of Agriculture and Correlative Branches, 

Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa. 



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i895 

Wesley Roswell Coe, Ph.B. Yale University 1892. 

Dissertation: On the anatomy of a species of nemertean (Cere- 
bratulus lacteus Verrill), with remarks on certain other 
species. (Published as follows: On the anatomy of a species 
of nemertean, Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of 
Arts and Sciences, 9:479-514. New Haven, 1895.) 

Professor of Biology, Sheffield Scientific School, and Curator 
of the Zoological Collection, Yale University. 



1898 

Willard Gibbs Van Name, B.A. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: On the embryology of a marine planarian. (Pub- 
lished as follows: The maturation, fertilization, and early 
development of the planarians, Transactions of the Connect- 
icut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 10:263-300. New Haven, 

1899.) 
Curator of Zoology, New York State Museum, Albany, N. Y. 



igoi 
Katharine Jeannette Bush. 

Dissertation: Descriptions of three new genera and sixteen new 
species belonging to the tribes Sabellides and Serpulides. 
(Published as follows: Tubicolous Annelids of tribes Sabel- 
lides and Serpulides from the Pacific Ocean, Harriman Alaska 
Expedition, with cooperation of Washington Academy of 
Sciences, 12:167-346. New York, 1904.) 

175 Bishop St., New Haven, Conn. 



1905 

Beverly Waugh Kunkel, Ph.B. Yale University 1901. 

Dissertation: Studies on the anatomy of the Californian limbless 
lizard, Anniella pulchra, with a general consideration of the 
pineal apparatus of the vertebrates. (Published as follows: 
Studies on the California limbless lizard, Anniella, Transac- 
tions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
12:349-403. New Haven, 1906.) 

Professor of Biology, Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. 



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1907 

William Barri Kirkham, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1906. 

Dissertation: The early development of the mammalian egg. 
(Published as follows: Maturation of the egg of the white 
mouse, Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, 13:65-87. New Haven, 1907.) 

Instructor in Biology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

1910 

William Harding Longley, B.A. Acadia University 1901, B.A. 

Yale University 1907, M.A. 1908. 
Dissertation: The maturation of the egg and ovulation in the 

domestic cat. (Published in American Journal of Anatomy, 

12:139-168. Philadelphia, 1911.) 
Professor of Botany, Goucher College, Baltimore, Md. 

igi2 

Davenport Hooker, B.A. Yale University 1908, M.A. 1909. 

Dissertation: The development and function of voluntary and 
cardiac muscles in embryos without nerves. (Published in 
Journal of Experimental Zoology, 11:159-186. Philadelphia, 
1911.) 

Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medical School, Yale Uni- 
versity. 

1913 

Theophilus Shickel Painter, B.A. Roanoke College 1908, M.A. 
Yale University 1909. 

Dissertation: Spermatogenesis in spiders. (Published in Zoo- 
logischen Jahrbiichern, 38:509-571. Jena, 1914.) 

Instructor in Biology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

1914 

George Alfred Baitsell, B.S. Central University of Iowa 1908, 
M.A. Yale University 1909. 

Dissertatiofi : Experiments on the reproduction of the Hypo- 
trichous Infusoria. (Published in the Journal of Experimental 
Zoology, as follows: Conjugation between- closely related 



122 

individuals of Stylonychia pustulata, 13:47-77. Philadelphia, 
1912; A study of the so-called life cycle in Oxytricha fallax 
and Pleurotricha lanceolata, 16:211-235. Philadelphia, 1914.) 
Instructor in Biology, Yale College. 



1915 

Stanley Crittenden Ball, Ph.B. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: The natural history and embryology of the Rhab- 
docoele, Paravortex gemellipara. 

Assistant Curator of Zoology, Peabody Museum, Yale Uni- 
versity. 

Harold Saxton Burr, Ph.B. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: The effect of the removal of the nasal pits on the 

behavior, and on the development of the head, of Amblystoma. 

(Published in the Journal of Experimental Zoology, as follows: 

The effects of the removal of the nasal pits in Amblystoma 

embryos, 20:27-57. Philadelphia, 1916.) 
Instructor in Anatomy, Medical School, Yale University. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 

Baitsell, 1914 Linton, 1890 

Ball, 1915 Longley, 1910 

Burr, 1915 Painter, 1913 

Bush, 1901 Perkins, 1869 

Coe, 1895 Rice, 1867 

Hooker, 1912 Van Name, 1898 

Kirkham, 1907 Williams, 1871 
Kunkel, 1905 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY, PHYS- 
IOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, BACTERIOLOGY, 
HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 



1880 

i Russell Henry Chittenden, Ph.B. Yale University 1875. 

Dissertation: (a) Glycogen and glycocoll in the muscular tissue 
of Pecten irradians. (b) The oxidation product of glycogen 
with bromine, silver oxide, and water. (Published in Ameri- 
can Journal of Science, 3d series, as follows: (a), 10:26-32. 
New Haven, 1875; (b), 11:395-401. New Haven, 1876.) 

Professor of Physiological Chemistry, and Director of the 
Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 

1887 
George Wyckoff Cummins, Ph.B. Yale University 1884, M.D. 

Columbia University 1890. 
Dissertation: Influence of some organic and inorganic substances 
on gas metabolism. (Published in Transactions of the Con- 
necticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 7:406-442. New 
Haven, 1887.) 
Physician, Belvidere, N. J. 

1891 

Ernest Ellsworth Smith, Ph.B. Yale University 1888, M.D. New 

York University 1898. 
Dissertation: Mucin and the albuminoid basis of stomachical 

mucus. 
Physician and Chemist, New York, N. Y. 

189a 

George Loveless Amerman, B.A. Yale University 1890. 

Dissertation: The influence of dialysis on the action of pepsin- 
hydrochloric-acid, studied quantitatively. (Published as fol- 
lows: A comparison of artificial and natural gastric digestion, 
together with a study of the diffusibility of proteoses and 
peptone. Journal of Physiology, 14:483-508. Cambridge, Eng- 
land, 1893.) 

Librarian, Marcellus Free Library, Marcellus, N. Y. 



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Frank Sherman Meara, B.A. Yale University 1890, M.D. Colum- 
bia University 1895. 

Dissertation: A study of the products resulting from the action 
of water at i30°C-i6o°C. on albumin. (Published as fol- 
lows: A study of the primary products resulting from the 
action of superheated water on coagulated egg-albumin, Jour- 
nal of Physiology, 15:501-534. Cambridge, England, 1894.) 

Professor of Therapeutics, Cornell University Medical College, 
New York, N. Y. 

1893 

Lafayette Benedict Mendel, B.A. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertation: On the proteolysis of crystallized globulin. (Pub- 
lished in Journal of Physiology, 17:48-80. London, 1894.) 

Professor of Physiological Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale University. 

1894 

James Hall Mason Knox, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1892, M.A. 
Lafayette College 1896, M.D. Johns Hopkins University 
1898. 
Dissertation: The proteolysis of casein, with special reference 
to the cleavage of phosphorus; together with a study of 
paranuclein. 
Associate in Clinical Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Md. 

1897 

William John Gies, B.S. Pennsylvania College 1893, M.S. 1896, 
Ph.B. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: The influence of borax and boric acid on the 
nutrition of the animal body. (Published in the American 
Journal of Physiology, 1:1-39. Boston, 1898.) j 

Professor of Biological Chemistry, Columbia University, New "• 
York, N. Y. 

1898 

Alice Hopkins Albro (Mrs. Charles A. Barker), B.A. Bryn Mawr 
College 1890. 

Dissertation: The origin and chemical relationship of some 
products of proteolytic cleavage. (Published in American j 
Journal of Physiology, i : 307-335- Boston, 1898.) 

Died 1904. 



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Yandell Henderson, B.A. Yale University 1895. 

Dissertation: Chemico-physiological studies on the derivatives 
of the proteids. (Published as follows: A chemico-physio- 
logical study of certain derivatives of the proteids, American 
Journal of Physiology, 2: 142-181. Boston, 1899.) 

Professor of Physiology, Medical School, Yale University. 

1899 

Holmes Condict Jackson, Ph.B. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: Some observations on the carbohydrates of the 
liver. 

Professor of Physiology and Director of the Physiological 
Laboratories, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical Col- 
lege, New York, N. Y. 

William Huntington Parker, B.S. Worcester Polytechnic Insti- 
tute 1893. 

Dissertation: i. A study of the alloxuric bases, with especial 
reference to their origin in the intestine; 2. On the maximum 
production of hippuric acid in rabbits. (Published in Ameri- 
can Journal of Physiology as follows: i. The occurrence and 
origin of the xanthine bases in the faeces, 4:83-89. Boston, 
1901; 2. On the maximum production of hippuric acid in 
rabbits, 3:472-484. Boston, 1900.) 

Special Examiner of Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals, and 
Assistant Appraiser, Port of Boston, Mass. 

1900 

Ernest William Brown, Ph.B. Yale University 1897, M.D. 
George Washington University 1906. 

Dissertation: Contribution to the chemistry of the formation of 
uric acid in man. (Published as follows: The rate of elimi- 
nation of uric acid in man. Journal of the American Medical 
Association, 49:896-901. Chicago, 1907.) 

Surgeon, United States Navy, Washington, D. C. 

1901 

Edward Christian Schneider, B.S. Tabor College 1897. 
Dissertation: The excretion of kynurenic acid. (Published in 

American Journal of Physiology, 5:427-456. Boston, 1901.) 
Head Professor of Biology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 

Col. 



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igoa 

Arthur Lyman Dean, B.A. Harvard University 1900. 

Dissertation: Studies on inulin and the enzyme inulase. (Pub- 
lished as follows: Experimental studies on inulase, Botanical 
Gazette, 35:24-35. Chicago, 1903; On inulin, American 
Chemical Journal, 32:69-84. Baltimore, 1904.) 

President, College of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

George Arthur Hanford, B.A. Yale University 1898. 

Dissertation: Studies on the physiological action of caesium 
compounds. (Published as follows: A study of the physio- 
logical action and toxicology of caesium chloride, American 
Journal of Physiology, 9:214-237. Boston, 1903.) 

Secretary and Treasurer, G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Leo Frederick Rettger, B.A. Indiana University 1896, M.A. 1897. 

Dissertation: Experimental studies on the inter-relation of the 
spleen and pancreas. (Published as follows: Experimental 
observations on pancreatic digestion and the spleen, American 
Journal of Physiology, 7:387-404. Boston, 1902.) 

Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and Hygiene, Sheffield 
Scientific School, Yale University. 

Lyman Brumbaugh Stookey, B.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: Studies on glycogen formation. (Published as 

follows: On the formation of glycogen from glyco-proteids 

and other proteids, American Journal of Physiology, 9: 138- 

146. Boston, 1903.) 
Professor of Physiology, Medical Department, University of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 



1903 

Frank Pell Underhill, Ph.B. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: Further experiments on the physiological action of 

the proteoses. (Published as follows: New experiments on 

the physiological action of the proteoses, American Journal 

of Physiology, 9:345-373- Boston, 1903.) 
Professor of Pathological Chemistry, Medical School, and 

Assistant Professor of Physiological Chemistry, Sheffield 

Scientific School, Yale University. 



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George Benjamin White, Ph.B. Yale University 1900. 

Dissertation: Purin metabolism and allantoin formation: an 
experimental study. (Published as follows: On the inter- 
mediary metabolism of the purin-bodies: the production of 
allantoin in the animal body, Americal Journal of Physiology, 
12:85-94. Boston, 1905.) 

Assistant Director of Bacteriological Laboratories, Department 
of Health of the City of New York, Otisville, N. Y. 



1904 

Silas Palmer Beebe, B.S. Harvard University 1900, M.S. Yale 

University 1902, M.D. Cornell University 1909. 
Dissertation: The effect of alcohol and alcoholic fluids upon the 

excretion of uric acid in man. (Published in American Journal 

of Physiology, 12: 13-37. Boston, 1905.) 
Physician, New York, N. Y. 

Elbert William Rockwood, B.S. Amherst College 1884, M.A. 
1901, M.D. State University of Iowa 1895. 

Dissertation: Studies in nutrition. (Published in American Jour- 
nal of Physiology, as follows: The utilization of vegetable 
proteids by the animal organism, 11:355-369. Boston, 1904; 
The elimination of endogenous uric acid, 12:38-54; On the 
absorption and utilization of proteids without intervention of 
the alimentary digestive processes, 12:336-352. Boston, 1905.) 

Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology, and Head of Depart- 
ment of Chemistry, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 

Robert Eccles Swain, B.A. Leland Stanford, Jr., University 1899. 

Dissertation: The formation of kynurenic acid by the animal 
body. (Published in part as follows: Some notable con- 
stituents of the urine of the coyote, American Journal of 
Physiology, 13:30-34- Boston, 1905.) 

Professor of Physiological Chemistry, Leland Stanford, Jr., 
University, Stanford University, Cal. 



1905 

Harold Cornelius Bradley, B.A. L^niversity of California 1900. 

Dissertation: The physiology of the gastropod Sycotypus canali- 
culatus. (Published as follows: Experimental studies on the 
physiology of the molluscs, American Journal of Physiology, 



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13:17-29, 14:313-327. Boston, 1905; 17:167-176. Boston, 
1906.) 
Associate Professor of Physiological Chemistry, University 
of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

1906 

Robert Banks Gibson, Ph.B. Yale University 1902. 

Dissertation: On proteose fever: an experimental study. (Pub- 
lished as follows: Proteoses and fever, Philippine Journal of 
Science, No. 6, Sec. B, Tropical Medicine, 8:475-491. Manila, 
1913.) 

Professor of Physiology, College of Medicine and Surgery, 
University of Philippines, Manila, P. I. 

1907 

Philip Henry Mitchell, Ph.B. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: Purin metabolism in the embyro. (Published in 
American Journal of Physiology, as follov^s: Chemical studies 
on growth. — I. The inverting enzymes of the alimentary tract, 
especially in the embryo, 20:81-96; Chemical studies on 
growth. — II. The enzymes involved in purine metabolism in 
the embyro, 20:97-116. Boston, 1907.) 

Assistant Professor of Physiology, Brown University, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Tadasu Saiki, M.D. Okayama Medical College 1898, M.S. Yale 
University 1908. 

Dissertation: The chemistry of non-striated muscle. (Published 
as follows: A chemical study of non-striated mammalian 
muscle. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 4:483-495. New 
York, 1908.) 

Research Physiological Chemist, Kitayamasaki, lyo, Japan. 

1908 

Stanley Rossiter Benedict, B.A. University of Cincinnati 1906. 

Dissertation: Experimental studies on the metabolism of mag- 
nesium and calcium. (Published as follows: The paths of 
excretion for inorganic compounds. The excretion of mag- 
nesium, American Journal of Physiology, 25: 1-22; The paths 
of excretion for inorganic compounds. The excretion of cal- 



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: cium, American Journal of Physiology, 25:23-33. Boston, 

1909.) 
Professor of Chemistry, Medical College of Cornell University, 

New York, N. Y. 

1909 

Arthur Wayland Dox, B.S. University of Pennsylvania 1904, 
M.A. Columbia University 1905. 

Dissertation: The intracellular enzymes of Penicillium and 
Aspergillus, vv^ith especial reference to those of Penicillium 
camemberti. (Published as follows: The intracellular enzymes 
of lower fungi, especially those of Penicillium camemberti. 
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 6:461-467. Baltimore, 1909; 
also, Bureau of Animal Industry, Bulletin 120, Washington, 
1910.) 

Chief in Chemistry, Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Ames, la. 

George Edward Gage, B.A. Clark University 1906, M.A. Yale 
University 1907. 

Dissertation: Studies on the biology and chemistry of nitroso 
bacteria. (Published as follows: Biological and chemical 
studies on nitroso bacteria, Centralblatt fiir Bakteriologie, 
2. Abteilung, 27:7-48. Jena, 1910.) 

Associate Professor of Animal Pathology, Massachusetts Agri- 
cultural College, Amherst, Mass. 

Warren Witherell Hilditch, Ph.B. Yale University 1905. 

Dissertation: Studies on the influence of alcohol upon metabo- 
lism. (Published as follows: The influence of alcohol upon 
nitrogenous metabolism in men and animals, American Journal 
of Physiology, 27: 1-23. Boston, 1910.) 

Pathologist, and Director of Graves Laboratory, Orange Memo- 
rial Hospital, Orange, N. J. 

Israel Simon Kleiner, Ph.B. Yale University 1906. 

Dissertation: Studies in intermediary metabolism — the physio- 
logical action of some pyrimidines.. (Published as follows: 
The physiological action of some pyrimidine compounds of 
the barbituric acid series, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 
11:443-470. Baltimore, 1912.) 

Associate in Physiology and Pharmacology, Rockefeller Insti- 
tute for Medical Research, New York, N. Y. 



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John Franklin Lyman, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College 

1905. 
Dissertation: Experimental studies on the metabolism of tht 

purines in the mammalian organism. (Published as follows; 

The metabolism of some purine compounds in the rabbit, dog 

pig, and man. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 8: 1 15-143 

Baltimore, 1910.) 
Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Ohio State University 

Columbus, O. 

Victor Caryl Myers, B.A. Wesleyan University 1905, M.A. 1907 
Dissertation: The chemistry and physiology of the pyrimidines 

thymine, cytosine, and uracil. (Published as follows: The 

metabolism of some pyrimidine derivatives, American Journa' 

of Physiology, 26:77-105. Boston, 1910.) 
Professor of Pathological Chemistry, New York Post-Graduate 

Hospital and Medical School, New York, N. Y. 

Mary Davies Swartz (Mrs. Anton R. Rose), B.L. Denisoi: 
University 1901, B.S. Columbia University 1906. 

Dissertation: Nutrition investigations on the carbohydrates ol 
lichens, algae, and related substances. (Published in Trans- 
actions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 
16:247-382. New Haven, 1911.) 

Assistant Professor of Household Arts, Teachers College 
Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

1910 

Edward Monroe Bailey, Jr., Ph.B. Yale University 1900, M.S 
1905. 

Dissertation: Biochemical and bacteriological studies on the 
banana. (Published as follows: Studies on the banana. Journal 
of Biological Chemistry, 1:355-361. New York, 1905; Bio- 
chemical and bacteriological studies on the banana. Journal o) 
the American Chemical Society, 34: 1706-1730. Easton, 1912.) 

Assistant Chemist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station 
New Haven, Conn. 

Alice Frances Blood, B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 1903. 

Dissertation: The proteolytic enzymes in certain plants. (Pub- 
lished in Journal of Biological Chemistry as follows: Some/ 
peculiarities of the proteolytic activity of papain, 8: 177-213; 



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The erepsin of the cabbage (Brassica olera^ea), 8:215-225. 
Baltimore, 1910.) 
Associate Professor of Household Economics, Simmons College, 
Boston, Mass. 

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Morris Seide Fine, Ph.B. Yale University 1908. 

Dissertation: Experimental studies on the utilization of veg- 
etable proteins in man and animals. (Published in Journal 
of Biological Chemistry, as follows: Studies in nutrition. 
I. The utilization of the proteins of wheat, 10:303-325; 
Studies in nutrition. II. The utilization of the proteins of 
barley, 10:339-343; Studies in nutrition. III. The utilization 
of the proteins of corn, 10:345-352; Studies in nutrition. IV. 
The utilization of the proteins of the legumes, 10:433-458; 
Studies in nutrition. V. The utilization of the proteins of 
cotton seed, 11: 1-3; Studies in nutrition. VI. The utilization 
of the proteins of extractive-free meat powder; and the origin 
of fecal nitrogen, 11:5-26. Baltimore, 191 1.) 

Adjiinct Professor of Pathological Chemistry, New York Post- 
Graduate Hospital and Medical School, New York, N. Y. 

William Cuming Rose, B.S. Davidson College 1907. 

Dissertation: Studies in intermediary metabolism; mucic acid 
and carbohydrate metabolism; the physiology of creatine and 
creatinine elimination, their relation to carbohydrate metabo- 
lism. (Published in Journal of Biological Chemistry as fol- 
lows: Mucic acid and intermediary carbohydrate metabolism, 
10: 123-138; Experimental studies on creatine and creatinine. 
I. The role of the carbohydrates in creatine-creatinine metab- 
olism, 10:213-253; Experimental studies on creatine and 
creatinine. II. Inanition and the creatine content of muscle, 
10:255-264; Experimental studies on creatine and creatinine. 
III. Excretion of creatine in infancy and childhood, 10:265- 
270. Baltimore, 191 1.) 

Professor of Biological Chemistry, Medical Department, Univer- 
sity of Texas, Galveston, Texas. 

Louise Stanley, B.S. University of Nashville 1903, B.Ed. Univer- 
sity of Chicago 1906, M.A. Columbia University 1907. 
Dissertation: The occurrence of purine enzymes in the tissues 

of invertebrates and lower vertebrates. 
Associate Professor of Home Economics, University of Missouri, 

Columbia, Mo. 



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Amy Louise Daniels, B.S. Columbia University 1906. 

Dissertation: Fat-transport and metabolism, studied with the aid 
of fat-soluble dyes. (Published as follows: The behavior of 
fat-soluble dyes and stained fat in the animal organism, 
Journal of Biological Chemistry, 13:71-95. Baltimore, 1912.) 

Associate Professor of Home Economics, University of Wis- 
consin, Madison, Wis. 

Robert Curtis Lewis, Ph.B. Yale University 1909. 

Dissertation: The rate of elimination of nitrogen as influenced 
by diet-factors. (Published in Journal of Biological Chem- 
istry, 16: 19-77. Baltimore, 1913.) 

Assistant Professor of Physiology and Physiological Chemistry, 
School of Medicine, University of Colorado, Boulder, Col. 



1913 

Howard Bishop Lewis, B.A. Yale University 1908. 

Dissertation: The behavior of some hydantoin and thiohydantoin 
derivatives in the organism, together with a study of certain 
related sulphur compounds. (Published in Journal of Bio- 
logical Chemistry as follows: The behavior of some hydan- 
toin derivatives in metabolism. Part I, 13:347-356. Baltimore, 
1912; Part II, 14:245-256. Baltimore, 1913; The reaction of 
some purine, pyrimidine, and hydantoin derivatives with the 
uric acid and phenol reagents of Folin and Denis, 16:369-373. 
Baltimore, 1913-14.) 

Associate in Physiological Chemistry, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111. 

Willis Clarke Noble, Jr., Ph.B. Yale University 1906, M.E. 1910. 

Dissertation: Some investigations into the distribution and 
habitat of the tetanus bacillus. (Published as follows: An 
experimental study of the distribution and habitat of the 
tetanus bacillus. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 16: 132-141. 
Chicago, 1915.) 

Lecturer in Bacteriology, and Assistant Director of Bacteriolog- 
ical Laboratory, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, New York, N. Y. 



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Ruth Wheeler, B.A. Vassar College 1899. 

Dissertation: Nutrition experiments with mice. (Published as 
follows: Feeding experiments with mice, Journal of Experi- 
mental Zoology, 15:209-223. Baltimore, 1913.) 

Associate in Household Science, University of Illinois, Urbana, 
111. 

1914 

Norman Robert Blatherwick, B.S. Grinnell College 1909, M.S. 
University of Illinois 1912. 

Dissertation: The specific role of foods in relation to the com- 
position of the urine. (Published in Archives of Internal 
Medicine, 14:409-450. Chicago, 1914.) 

Physiological Chemist, Bureau of Animal Industry, Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Samuel Goldschmidt, Ph.B. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: The metabolism of an isomer of xanthine and 
some isomers of the methylxanthines. (Published in Journal 
of Biological Chemistry, 19:83-104. Baltimore, 1914.) 

Instructor in Pathology, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Albert Garland Hogan, B.A. University of Missouri 1907, B.S. 
1909, M.A. 1912. 

Dissertation: Studies on the parental utilization and metabolism 
of sugars. (Published in Journal of Biological Chemistry, as 
follows: (a) The parental utilization of disaccharide sugars, 
18:485-496. Baltimore, 1914; (b) The influence of hydrazine 
on the utilization of dextrose, 20:203-210; (c) The influence 
of hydrazine on the glyoxalace activity of the liver, 20:211-215. 
Baltimore, 1915.) 

Assistant in Animal Nutrition, Kansas Agricultural College, 
Manhattan, Kan. 

Joel Andrew Sperry, 2d, B.A. Yale University 1908, M.S. 1912. 

Dissertation: A biochemical study of the behavior of bacteria 
towards pure unchanged animal and vegetable proteins. 
(Published as follows: The behavior of bacteria towards puri- 
fied animal and vegetable proteins. Journal of Biological 
Chemistry, 20:445-459. Baltimore, 1915-) 

Instructor in Bacteriology, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 



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David Wright Wilson, B.S. Grinnell College 1910, M.S. Univer- 
sity of Illinois 1912. 

Dissertatmi: The chemistry of the nitrogenous extractives of 
muscle tissue. (Published in Journal of Biological Chemistry 
as follows: The comparative chemistry of muscle: the par- 
tition of non-protein water-soluble nitrogen, 17:385-400; The 
comparative chemistry of muscle: betaine from the scallop, 
periwinkle and lamprey: creatine from the lamprey, 18: 17-20. 
Baltimore, 1914.) 

Assistant in Physiological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins Medical 
School, Baltimore, Md. 



1915 
Emil Jacob Baumann, B.S. College of the City of New York 

1912. 
Dissertation: The question of fat-absorption from the stomach. 
(Published as follows: The question of fat absorption from 
the mammalian stomach, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 
22:165-190. Baltimore, 1915.) 
Assistant in Physiological Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale University. 

Isaac Faust Harris, B.S. University of North Carolina 1900, M.S. 

1903. 
Dissertation: Chemical and physiological studies of the castor 

bean and soy bean. 
Chemist, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Byron Murray Hcndrix, B.S. Ohio State University 1909. 

Dissertation: Studies in the physiological action of some protein 
derivatives. (Published as follows: Studies on the physio- 
logical action of some protein derivatives. I. Are zeoses and 
gliadoses physiologically active? 11. The relation of racemiza- 
tion to the physiological action of proteins and proteoses; 
III. The physiological action of Vaughan's "Crude Soluble 
Poison," Journal of Biological Chemistry, 22:443-470. Balti- i 
more, 1915-) 1 

Instructor in Physiological Chemistry, Medical School, Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Raymond Louis Stehle, B.A. Ohio State University 1912, M.A. 
1913. 



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Dissertation: The role of the digestive glands in the excretion of 
endogenous uric acid. (Published in Journal of Biological 
Chemistry, 22:215-232. Baltimore, iQiS-) 

Instructor in Physiological Chemistry, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, Philadelphia, Pa. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 



*Albro, 1898 
Amerman, 1892 
Bailey, 1910 
Baumann, 1915 
Beebe, 1904 
Benedict, 1908 
Blatherwick, 1914 
Blood, 1910 
Bradley, 1905 
Brown, 1900 
Chittenden, 1880 
Cummins, 1887 
Daniels, 1912 
Dean, 1902 
Dox, 1909 
Fine, 191 1 
Gage, 1909 
Gibson, 1906 
Gies, 1897 
Goldschmidt, 1914 
Hanford, 1902 
Harris, 1915 
Henderson, 1898 
Hendrix, 1915 
Hilditch, 1909 
Hogan, 1914 
Jackson, 1899 



Kleiner, 1909 
Knox, 1894 
Lewis, H. B., 1913 
Lewis, R. C, 1912 
Lyman, 1909 
Meara, 1892 
Mendel, 1893 
Mitchell, 1907 
Myers, 1909 
Noble, 1913 
Parker, 1899 
Rettger, 1902 
Rockwood, 1904 
Rose, 1911 
Saiki, 1907 
Schneider, 1901 
Smith, 1891 
Sperry, 1014 
Stanley, 1911 
Stehle, 1915 
Stookey, 1902 
Swain, 1904 
Swartz, 1909 
Underbill, 1903 
Wheeler, 1913 
White, 1903 
Wilson, 1914 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 
GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES 



1867 

William North Rice, B.A. Wesleyan University 1865. 

[See Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.] 



1869 

George Henry Perkins, B.A. Yale University 1867. 

[See Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.] 

1871 

Bernard James Harrington, B.A. McGill University 1869. 
[See Department of Chemistry.] 

Henry Shaler Williams, Ph.B. Yale University 1868. 

[See Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.] 

1876 

Edward Salisbury Dana, B.A. Yale University 1870, M.A. 1874. 

Dissertation: Trap rocks of the Connecticut Valley. (Published 
in part in Proceedings of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, 1874, pt. 2:45-47. Salem, 1875.) 

Professor of Physics, Yale College, and Curator of the Min- 
eralogical Collection, Peabody Museum, Yale University. 

1880 

George Bird Grinnell, B.A. Yale University 1870. 
Dissertation: The osteology of Geococcyx calif ornianus. 
Writer, 238 East 15th St., New York, N. Y. 

1885 

Samuel Wendell Williston, B.S. Kansas Agricultural College 
1872, M.D. Yale University 1880. 



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Dissertation: Synopsis of the North American Syrphidae. 

(Published as Bulletin 31, United States National Museum, 

Washington, 1886.) 
Professor of Paleontology, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 



1887 

Erwin Hinckley Barbour, B.A. Yale University 1882. 

Dissertation: The osteology of the Heloderma. 

Head Professor of Geology and Curator of the University 

Museum, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.; State 

Geologist. 

i88g 

Charles Emerson Beecher, B.S. University of Michigan 1878. 

Dissertation: Brachiospongidae: a memoir on a group of Silurian 
sponges. (Published as Memoirs of the Peabody Museum of 
Yale University, Vol. 2, pt. i, New Haven, 1889.) 

Died 1904. 

Edmund Otis Hovey, B.A. Yale University 1884. 

Dissertation: Observations on some of the trap ridges of the 
East Haven-Branford region. (Published in part in Amer- 
ican Journal of Science, 3d series, 38:361-383. New Haven, 
1889.) 

Curator of Geology and Invertebrate Paleontology, American 
Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y. 

1891 

Oliver Cummings Farrington, B.S. Maine State College 1881, 

M.S. 1888. 
Dissertation: Crystallized azurite from Arizona. (Published in 

American Journal of Science, 3d series, 41:300-307. New 

Haven, 1891.) 
Curator of Geology, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 

111. 

1894 

George Herbert Girty, B.A. Yale University 1892. 

Dissertation: A partial revision of the fauna of the Lower 
Helderberg group. (Published as follows: A revision of the 
sponges and coelenterates of the Lower Helderberg group of 



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New York, New York State Museum, 48th Annual Report, 
1894, 2:259-321. Albany, 1895; Fourteenth Annual Report of 
the New York State Geological Survey, 1894:259-321. Albany, 
1895.) 
Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

1895 

Edwin Horace Forbes, Ph.B. Yale University 1874. 

Dissertation: On the epidote from Huntington, Massachusetts. 
(Published as follows: On the epidote from Huntington, 
Mass., and the optical properties of epidote, American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, 1:26-30. New Haven, 1896.) 

Superintendent of Schools, Torrington, Conn. 

1896 

Joseph Hyde Pratt, Ph.B. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertation: Northupite; pirssonite, a new mineral; gaylus- 
site; and hanksite, from Borax Lake, San Bernardino County, 
California. (Published in American Journal of Science as 
follows: On the double halides of caesium, rubidium, sodium 
and lithium with thallium, 3d series, 49:397-404. New Haven, 
1895; On northupite; pirssonite, a new mineral; gaylussite 
and hanksite, from Borax Lake, San Bernardino County, 
California, 4th series, 2:123-135. New Haven, 1896.) 

State Geologist of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

1898 

George Francis Eaton, B.A. Yale University 1894. 

Dissertation: The prehistoric fauna of Block Island, as indicated 
by its ancient shell heaps. (Published in American Journal 
of Science, 4th series, 6:137-159. New Haven, 1898.) 

Instructor in Comparative Osteology, Curator of the Osteolog- 
ical Collection, and Associate Curator in Vertebrate Paleon- 
tology, Yale University. 

1899 

Herbert Ernest Gregory, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: Geology of the Aroostook volcanic area of Maine. 
(Published as follows: Contributions to the geology of 
Maine. Part 2, Geology of the Aroostook volcanic area, includ- 



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ing an account of the clastic rocks of Aroostook County, 
United States Geological Survey, Bulletin 165:93-188. Wash- 
ington, 1900.) 
Silliman Professor of Geology, Yale College. 

Edward Martin Kindle, B.A. Indiana University 1893, M.S. 
Cornell University 1896. 

Dissertation: The Devonian and Lower Carboniferous faunas of 
southern Indiana and central Kentucky. (Published in Bul- 
letins of American Paleontology, as Vol. 3, No. 12, Ithaca, 

1899.X 
Paleontologist in charge of Invertebrate Paleontology, Geolog- 
ical Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

Charles Hyde Warren, Ph.B. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: Investigations in mineralogy and crystallography, 
including a description of four new minerals from Franklin, 
N. J. (Published in American Journal of Science, 4th series, 
as follows: Some new minerals from the zinc mines at 
Franklin, N. J., and note concerning the chemical composition 
of ganomalite, 8:339-353. New Haven, 1899; Mineralogical 
notes, 11:369-373. New Haven, 1901.) 

Professor of Mineralogy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. 

1900 

Joseph Barrel!, B.S. Lehigh University 1892, M.S. 1897. 

Dissertation:'' The geology of the Elkhorn District, Montana. 
(Published as follows: Physical effects of contact meta- 
morphism, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 13:279-296. 
New Haven, 1902; Microscopical petrography of the Elkhorn 
mining district, Jefferson County, Montana, 22d Annual 
Report of the United States Geological Survey, Pt. 2:511-549. 
Washington, 1901.) 

Professor of Structural Geology, Yale College. 

Herdman Fitzgerald Cleland, B.A. Oberlin College 1894. 

Dissertation: A study of fossil faunas in the Hamilton stage of 
New York. (Published as follows: A study of the fauna of 
the Hamilton formation of the Cayuga Lake section in cen- 
tral New York, United States Geological Survey, Bulletin 
206, Washington, 1903.) 

Professor of Geology, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 



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George Reber Wieland, B.S. Pennsylvania State College 1893. 

Dissertation: Osteology of some fossil turtles. A study of 
American fossil cycads: i, Geological distribution; 2, Struc- 
ture of the leaf. (Included in his American fossil cycads, 
Carnegie Institution, Publication No. 34, Washington, 1906.) 

Research Associate, Carnegie Institution, Washington; Lecturer 
in Paleobotany, Graduate School, Yale University. 



igoi 

Stuart Weller, B.S. Cornell University 1894. 

Dissertation: Studies of the Paleozoic faunas of the interior 
continental basin of North America. (A collection of published 
papers as follows: A bibliographic index of North Ameri- 
can Carboniferous invertebrates, Bulletin of the United States 
Geological Survey, No. 153, Washington, 1898; Report on 
the fossils from the Wichita Mountains, Bulletin of the Geo- 
logical Society of America, 11:142-144. Rochester, 1899; The 
Paleontology of the Niagaran limestone in the Chicago area. 
The Crinoidea, Chicago Academy of Sciences, Bulletin No. 4, 
Pt. I of the Natural History Survey, Chicago, 1900; with 
eighteen others published from 1895 to 1898, but not 
specifically mentioned here.) 

Professor of Paleontologic Geology, University of Chicago, 
Chicago, 111. 

1903 

Edgar Roscoe Cumings, B.A. Union University 1897. 
Dissertation: The morphogenesis of Platystrophia: a study of 

the evolution of a Paleozoic brachiopod. (Published in 

American Journal of Science, 4th series, 15:1-48, 121-136. 

New Haven, 1903.) 
Professor, and Head of the Department, of Geology, Indiana 

University, Bloomington, Ind. 

William Ebenezer Ford, Ph.B. Yale University 1899. 

Dissertation: Investigations in mineralogy. (A collection of 
papers published in the American Journal of Science, 4th 
series, as follows: Siliceous calcites from the Bad Lands, 
Washington County, South Dakota, 9:352-354; On some 
interesting developments of calcite crystals, 10:237-244. New 
Haven, 1900; On calaverite, 12:225-246. New Haven, 1901; 



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On the chemical composition of dumortierite, 14:426-430. 
New Haven, 1902; Rickardite, a new mineral, 15:69-70; On 
the chemical composition of axinite, 15:195-201. New Haven, 
1903. Translations in Zeitschrift fiir Krystallographie, 33:513- 
522. 1900; 35:430-451. 1901; 37:417-421, 609-610. 1903; 
38:82-88. Leipzig, 1903.) 
Assistant Professor of Mineralogy, Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale University. 

Henry Hollister Robinson, Ph.B. Yale University 1895, C.E. 
1897. 

Dissertation: Geology of San Francisco Mountain and vicinity, 
Arizona. (Incorporated in the publication. The San Fran- 
ciscan volcanic field. United States Geological Survey, Profes- 
sional Paper 76, Washington, 1913.) 

Clintonville, Conn. 

Elias Howard Sellards, B.A. University of Kansas 1899. 

Dissertation: A study of some Paleozoic plants and insects. 
(Published as follows: A study of the structure of Paleozoic 
cockroaches, with descriptions of new forms from the coal 
measures, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 18:113-134, 
213-227. New Haven, 1904; Fossil plants of the Upper Pale- 
ozoic of Kansas, The University Geological Survey of Kansas, 
9:386-480. Topeka, 1908.) 

State Geologist of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla. 



1904 

Mignon Talbot, B.A. Ohio State University 1892. 

Dissertation: Contributions to a revision of the Helderbergian 
fauna of New York. (Published as follows: Revision of the 
New York Helderbergian crinoids, American Journal of 
Science, 4th series, 20:17-34. New Haven, 1905.) 

Professor of Geology, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, 
Mass. 

George Albert Young, B.S. McGill University 1898. 

Dissertation: Geology and petrology of Mount Yamaska, Prov- 
ince of Quebec. (Published in Geological Survey of Canada, 
Annual Report, New series, Vol. 16, 1904, Ottawa, 1906; and 
separately as Publication No. 888, Ottawa, 1906.) 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 



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1905 

Percy Edward Raymond, B.A. Cornell University 1902. 

Disserfatian: A Tropidoleptus faunule at Canandaigua Lake, 
N. Y.: the Chazy formation and its fauna. (Published as 
follows: The Tropidoleptus fauna at Canandaigua Lake, New 
York, with the ontogeny of twenty species, Annals of the 
Carnegie Museum, 3:79-177. Pittsburgh, 1904.) 

Assistant Professor of Paleontology, Harvard College, and 
Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology, Museum of Compara- 
tive Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Frederick Clark Stanley, B.A. Williams College 1893. 
Dissertation: A critical study of the composition of hornblende. 

(Published as follows: On the chemical composition of 

amphibole, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 23:23-51. 

New Haven, 1907.) 
Teacher of Chemistry, Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport, 

Conn. 

1906 

Gerald Francis Loughlin, B.S. Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 1903. 

Dissertation: Contribution to the geology of eastern Connecticut. 
(Published as follows: The gabbros and associated rocks at 
Preston, Connecticut, United States Geological Survey, 
Bulletin 492, Washington, 1912.) 

Associate Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Clifton James Sarle, B.S. University of Rochester 1902, M.S. 
1903. 

Dissertation: The Medina formation and fauna of New York. 
(Published in part as follows: Arthrophycus and Daedalus of 
burrow origin, Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of 
Science, 4:203-210; Preliminary note on the nature of 
Taonurus, 4:211-214. Rochester, 1906.) 

Professor of Geology, and Instructor in Biology, St. Lawrence 
University, Canton, N. Y. 

igo8 

Ruth Sawyer Harvey, B.A. University of Cincinnati 1905. 
Dissertation: Drainage and glaciation in the central Housatonic 

basin. 
Teacher of Physical Geography, Philadelphia High School for 

Girls, Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Francis Baker Laney, B.S. Drury College 1902, M.A. University 
of Wisconsin 1905. 

Dissertation: The Gold Hill mining district of North Carolina. 
(Published as North Carolina Geological and Economic 
Survey, Bulletin 21, Raleigh, 1910.) 

Geologist, United States Geological Survey, and Microscopist 
and Mineralogist, United States Bureau of Mines, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Freeman Ward, B.A. Yale University 1903. 
Dissertation: Geology of the New Haven-Branford region. 
Professor of Geology, University of South Dakota, Vermilion, 
S. D.; and State Geologist. 



1909 

Isaiah Bowman, B.S. Harvard University 1905. 

Dissertation: The geography of the central Andes. (Published 
as follows: The physiography of the central Andes, American 
Journal of Science, 4th series, 28:197-217, 373-402. New Haven, 
1909.) 

Director, American Geographical Society, New York, N. Y. 

Ellsworth Huntington, B.A. Beloit College 1897, M.A. Harvard 

University 1902. 
Dissertation: Changes in climate of recent geological time. 

(Published as follows: The pulse of Asia, Houghton, Mifflin 

and Company, Boston, 1907.) 
222 Highland St., Milton, Mass. 

Levi Fatzinger Noble, B.A. Yale University 190S, M.A. 1907. 

Dissertation: The geology of the Shinumo area, Grand Canyon, 
Arizona. (Published as follows: Contributions to the geology 
of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. The geology of the Shinumo 
area, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 29:369-386. New 
Haven, 1910; also, The Shinumo quadrangle. Grand Canyon 
district, Arizona, United States Geological Survey, Bulletin 
549, Washington, 1914. 

Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Joseph Ezekiel Pogue, B.A. University of North Carolina 1906, 

M.S. 1907. 
Dissertation: The Cid mining district of Davidson County, North 
Carolina: a region of ancient volcanic rocks. (Published as 



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follows: Cid mining district of Davidson County, North 
Carolina, North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey, 
Bulletin 22, Raleigh, 1910.) 
Associate Professor of Geology, Northwestern University, 
Evanston, 111.; Associate Geologist, United States Geological 
Survey, Washington, D. C. 

Thomas Edmund Savage, B.A. Iowa Wesleyan University 1895, 
B.S. State University of Iowa 1897, M.S. 1898. 

Dissertation: The stratigraphy of the Lower Paleozoic forma- 
tions in southwestern Illinois. (Published as follows: Lower 
Paleozoic stratigraphy of southwestern Illinois, Illinois State 
Geological Survey, Bulletin 8:103-116. Urbana, 1907; On the 
Lower Paleozoic stratigraphy of southwestern Illinois, Amer- 
ican Journal of Science, 4th series, 25:431-443. New Haven, 
1908.) 

Associate Professor of Stratigraphic Geology, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

1910 

DeLormc Donaldson Cairnes, B.S. Queen's University 1905, 
M.E. 1906. 

Dissertation: The Wheaton River district, Yukon Territory, 
Canada. (Published as follows: Wheaton district, Yukon 
Territory, Memoir 31, Canada, Department of Mines, Geolog- 
ical Survey, Ottawa, 1912.) 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. i 

Chester Albert Reeds, B.S. University of Oklahoma 1905, M.S. 
Yale University 1907. 

Dissertation: The stratigraphy of the Hunton formation, with 
introductory chapters on the physiography and structure of 
the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma. (Published in part as 
follows: The physiography and structure of the Arbuckle 
Mountains, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Bulletin 3:15-26, 
43-53- Norman, Okla., 1910; The Hunton formation of 
Oklahoma, American Journal of Science, 4th series, 32:256- 
268. New Haven, 191 1.) 

Assistant Curator of Geology and Invertebrate Paleontology, 
American Museum of Natural History, and Instructor in 
Extension Teaching, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 



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Charles Wales Drysdale, B.S. McGill University 1909. 

Dissertation: The geology of the Franklin mining district, 
British Columbia. (Published as follows: Geology of Frank- 
lin Mining Camp, Memoir 56, Canada, Department of Mines, 
Geological Survey, Ottawa, I9i5-) 

Assistant Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, 
Canada. 

John Johnston O'Neill, B.S. McGill University 1909. 

Dissertation: Geology and petrography of the Beloeil and Rouge- 
mont Mountains, Quebec. (Published as follows: St. Hilaire 
(Beloeil) and Rougemont Mountains, Quebec, Memoir 43, 
Canada, Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 
1914.) 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

William Henry Twenhofel, B.A. Yale University 1908. 

Dissertation: Geology, stratigraphy, and physiography of Anti- 
costi Island. (Published as follows: Geologic bearing of the 
peat-beds of Anticosti Island, American Journal of Science, 
4th series, 30:65-71. New Haven, 1910; Ordovicic-Siluric sec- 
tion of the Mingan and Anticosti Islands, Bulletin of the 
Geological Survey of America, 21:677-716. Rochester, 1910.) 

Associate Professor of Geology and Paleontology, University 
of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.; and State Geologist, Kansas 
University Geological Survey. 

Merton Yarwood Williams, B.S. Queen's University 1909. 

Dissertation: Geology of the Arisaig-Antigonish district. Nova 
Scotia. (Published as follows: Arisaig-Antigonish district. 
Nova Scotia, Memoir 60, Canada, Department of Mines, 
Geological Survey, Ottawa, 1915-) 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

Morley Evans Wilson, B.A. University of Toronto 1907. 

Dissertation: Preliminary memoir on the Abitibi district, Pontiac 
County, Quebec. (Published as follows: Kewagama Lake 
Map-Area, Quebec, Memoir 39, Canada, Department of 
Mines, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 1913.) 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 



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I9I3 

Alan Mara Bateman, B.S. Queen's University 1910. 

Dissertation: Geology and ore deposits of Bridge River district, 
British Columbia. (Published in part as follows: Lillooet 
Map-Area, British Columbia, Canada, Department of Mines, 
Summary Report of the Geological Survey for 1912, 188-210, 
Ottawa, 1914.) 

Instructor in Geology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

Ralph Dixon Crawford, B.A. University of Colorado 1905, M.A. 
1907. 

Dissertation: Geology and ore deposits of the Monarch and 
Tomichi districts, Colorado. (Published as Colorado Geo- 
logical Survey, Bulletin 4, Denver, 1913.) 

Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology, University of Colorado, 
Boulder, Col. 

Bruce Rose, B.S. Queen's University 1909. 

Dissertation: Geology of Savona district, British Columbia. 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

1914 

Wilson Barton Emery, B.A. Yale University 191 1. 
Dissertation: Geology of Carrizo Mountain, Arizona. 
Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Leopold Reinecke, B.A. University of the Cape of Good Hope 
1902, M.A. Cornell University 1909. 

Dissertation: The geology and ore deposits of the Beaverdell 
Map-Area, British Columbia. (Published as follows: First 
part, Physiography of the Beaverdell Map-Area and the 
southern part of the interior plateaus of British Columbia, 
Canada, Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Museum 
Bulletin No. 11, Ottawa, 1915; Second part. Ore deposits of 
the Beaverdell Map-Area, Memoir 79, Canada, Department of 
Mines, Geological Survey, Ottawa, 1915.) 

Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 

Edward Leffingwell Troxell, B.A. Northwestern University 1908, 
M.A. 1911. 



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Dissertatton : The vertebrate fossils of Rock Creek, Texas. 

(Published in the American Journal of Science, 4th series, 

39:613-638. New Haven, 1915.) 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

1915 

Frederick James Alcock, B.A. University of Toronto 1912. 
Dissertation: The geology of the Lake Athabaska region. 
Temporary Junior Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, 
Ottawa, Canada. 

William Josiah Wright, B.S. Acadia College 1907, B.A. Yale 
University 1908, M.A. 1912. 

Dissertation: Geology of the New Ross Map-Area, with an intro- 
ductory chapter on the gold-bearing series and the granites 
of southern Nova Scotia. 

Temporary Junior Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada. 
Ottawa, Canada. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

(* indicates that graduate is deceased.) 



Alcock, 1915 
Barbour, 1887 
Barren, 1900 
Bateman, 1913 
*Beecher, 1889 
Bowman, 1909 
Cairnes, 1910 
Cleland, 1900 
Crawford, 1913 
Cumings, 1903 
Dana, 1876 
Drysdale, 1912 
Eaton, 1898 
Emery, 1914 
Farrington, 1891 
Forbes, 1895 
Ford, 1903 
Girty, 1894 
Gregory, 1899 



Grinnell, 1880 
*Harrington, 1871 
Harvey, 1908 
Hovey, 1889 
Huntington, 1909 
Kindle, 1899 
Laney, 1908 
Loughlin, 1906 
Noble, 1909 
O'Neill, 1912 
Perkins, 1869 
Pogue, 1909 
Pratt, 1896 
Raymond, 1905 
Reeds, 1910 
Reinecke, 1914 
Rice, 1867 
Robinson, 1903 
Rose, 1913 



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Sarle, 1906 Weller, 1901 

Savage, 1909 Wieland, 1900 

Sellards, 1903 Williams, H. S., 1871 

Stanley, 1905 Williams, M. Y., 1912 

Talbot, 1904 Williston, 1885 

Troxell, 1914 Wilson, 1912 

Twenhofel, 1912 Wright, 1915 

Ward, 1908 Young, 1904 
Warren, 1899 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 
SOCIAL SCIENCES 



1877 

George Willard Wood, B.A. Bates College 1875. 

Dissertation: The Morrill tariff. 

Editor-in-chief, Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Me. 

1890 

Frederick Wightman Moore, B.A. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertation: Reconstruction in socialism. A contribution to 
the political history of Louisiana from May i, 1862, to March 
29, 1867, and to the history of reconstruction in the southern 
states collected from contemporaneous sources. 

Professor of History, and Dean of Academic Department, 
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 

Died 1911. 

1891 

Irving Fisher, B.A. Yale University 1888. 

Dissertation: Mathematics in economics. (Published as follows: 
Mathematical investigations in the theory of value and prices, 
Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, 9:1-124. New Haven, 1892.) 

Professor of Political Economy, Yale College. 

1892 

Morihiro Ichihara, Kyoto Theological Seminary (Japan) 1879. 

Dissertation: The silk trade of Japan. 

Governor of Chosen Bank, Asahimachi, Keijo, Chosen, Korea. 

Amos Parker Wilder, B.A. Yale University 1884. 

Dissertation: The municipal problem. (Published as follows: 
The municipal problem. A discussion (i) of the conditions 
which make difficult the government of American cities; (2) 
of defects in charters which provoke evils; and (3) of 



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remedies for these evils already under trial or proposed, 
Printed by order of Chamber of Commerce, New Haven, 
1891.) 
Treasurer and Executive-Secretary, Yale-in-China, New Haven, 
Conn. 

1894 

Jean du Buy, J.U.D. University of Heidelberg, 1889. 
Dissertation: Two aspects of the German constitution. (Pub- 
lished by The Yale Publishing Company, New Haven, 1894.) 
Retired Teacher, Eugene, Ore. 



1895 

Winthrop Edwards Dwight, B.A. Yale University 1893, LL.B. 

1896. 
Dissertation: Railroad legislation since 1885 in England and the 

United States. 
Lawyer, 62 Cedar St., New York City. 

Mary Graham, Ph.B. Wesleyan University 1889. 
Dissertation: The relations between education and poverty. 
Care of Secretary of Yale University. 

Frank LeRond McVey, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 1893. 
Dissertation: The Populist movement. (Published as Economic 

Studies, American Economic Association, i: No. 3, 135-203. 

New York, 1896.) 
President, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. D. 



1896 

William Bacon Bailey, B.A. Yale University 1894. 
Dissertation: Railroad earnings in the United States, 1881-1895. 
Assistant Professor of Christian Sociology, School of Religion, 
Yale University. 

Kate Holladay Claghorn, B.A. Bryn Mawr College 1892. 
Dissertation: Law, nature, and convention: A study in political 

theory. 
Head of Department of Social Research, New York School of 

Philanthropy, New York, N. Y. 



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Samuel Peterson, B.A. Yale University 1895, LL.B. 1898, D.C.L. 

1899. 

%lDissertation : Institutional slavery in America: an investigation 
of the causes of its establishment and of the peculiar features 
which it possessed. 
Attorney-at-law, Houston, Texas. 

William Ransom Tuttle, B.A. and B.S. Olivet College 1894, M.A. 
Columbia University 1897. 

Dissertation: Some studies in the theories of criminal anthro- 
pology. 

Teacher of American History, Nicholas Senn High School, 
and instructor in European History in Senn Junior College, 
Chicago, 111. 

i8g8 

George Kingsley Olmsted, Ph.B. Colorado College 1894, M.D. 

Denver and Gross College of Medicine 1903. 
Dissertation: The economic history of sugar in the nineteenth 

century, with a general historical introduction and appendices 

containing a digest of sugar legislation. 
Physician, Denver, Col. 

Sarah Scovill Whittelsey (Mrs. Percy T. Walden), B.A. 

Radcliffe College 1894. 

Dissertation: In how far has Massachusetts labor legislation 
been in accordance with teachings of economic theory? 
(Published as follows: Massachusetts labor legislation: an 
historical and critical study, Annals of the American Academy 
of Political and Social Science, Supplement, 1:1-157. Phila- 
delphia, 1901.) 

210 St. Ronan Street, New Haven, Conn. 

1899 

Albert Galloway Keller, B.A. Yale University 1896. 
Dissertation: A sociological study of the Iliad and Odyssey. 

(Published as follows: Homeric society: a sociological study 

of the Iliad and Odyssey, Longmans, Green, and Company, 

New York, 1902.) 
Professor of the Science of Society, Yale College, and Instructor 

in Anthropology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 



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igoo 



John Marshall Gaines, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: Exchange media: their rapidity of circulation and 

other allied quantities. 
Bronxville, N. Y. 

Edward Kramer Nicholson, B.A. Yale University 1896. 
Dissertation: Assessment in the United States. 
Lawyer, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Philip Patterson Wells, B.A. Yale University 1889. 
Dissertation: Constitutional changes and political opinion in the 

Eastern States, 1776-1889. 
Lawyer, Metropolitan Bank Building, Washington, D. C. 



John Pease Norton, B.A. Yale University 1899. ' 

Dissertation: Contributions to the theory of money and credit, 
with some statistical investigation of the weekly statements 
of the New York Associated Banks covering twenty-two 
years. (Published for the Department of Social Science, 
Yale University, as follows: Statistical studies in the New 
York money-market, preceded by a brief analysis under the 
theory of money and credit, with statistical tables, diagrams 
and folding chart. The Macmillan Company, New York, 1902.) 
Economic Research Work, 460 Ocean Ave., West Haven, Conn. 

Alexander Pratt, Jr., B.A. Trinity College 1898. 
Dissertation: Doctrine of social resistance. 
Independent Scientific Work, 1221 Stratford Ave., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

Peter Roberts, B.D. Yale University 1886. 

Dissertation: The anthracite coal industry. (Published as fol- 
lows: The anthracite coal industry: A study of the economic 
conditions and relations of the cooperative forces in the 
development of the anthracite coal industry of Pennsylvania, 
with introduction by W. G. Sumner, The Macmillan Company, 
New York, 1901.) 

Secretary, of Industrial Department, International Committee, 
Y. M. C. A., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



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Clifford Thornc, B.A. Boston University 1896, LL.B. State 

University of lovi^a 1899, M.A. 1899. 
Dissertation: Principle versus precedent. 
Chairman, Iowa State Board of Railroad Comissioners, Des 

Moines, la., and President, National Association of Railway 

Commissioners. 

igo2 
jMaurice Henry Robinson, B.L. Dartmouth College 1890, M.A. 

1897. 

Dissertation: The consolidation of industry in the United States. 
[Professor of Industry and Transportation, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

1903 

James Elbert Cutler, B.A. University of Colorado 1900. 

Dissertation: Lynch-law. An investigation into the history of 
lynching in the United States. (Published by Longmans, 
Green, and Company, New York, 1905.) 

Professor of Sociology, Western Reserve University, Cleve- 
land, O. 

1904 

Peter Tracy Dondlinger, B.A. National Normal University 1899, 
LL.B. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: The wheat industry. (Published as follows: The 
book of wheat: an economic history and practical manual of 
the wheat industry, Orange, Judd Company, New York, 1908.) 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-law, Stamford, Conn, 

Fred Rogers Fairchild, B.A. Doane College 1898. 

Dissertation: The factory legislation of the State of New York. 
(Published in Publications of American Economic Associa- 
tion, 3d series. No. 4, 6:1-218. New York, 1905.) 

Professor of Political Economy, Yale College. 

Edson Newton Tuckey, B.A. Hamlin College 1893, M.A. Uni- 
versity of Minnesota 1901. 
Dissertation: Electric railway monopolies of America. 
Willard Courts, Washington, D. C. 

Masajiro Yokoyama, Doshisha University (Japan) 1896, M.A. 

Yale University 1901. 
Dissertation: The development of the land tax in Japan. 
Manager, Bank of Japan, Tokyo, Japan. 



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1905 
George Grant MacCurdy, B.A. Harvard University 1893, M.A. 

1894. 
Dissertatiofi: The eolithic problem; evidences of a rude industry 
antedating the palaeolithic. (Published in The American 
Anthropologist, New Series, 7:425-479. New York, 1905.) 
Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Graduate School, and 
Curator of the Anthropological Collection, Yale University. 



1906 

Avard Longlcy Bishop, B.A. Acadia University 1901, B.A. Yale 
University 1903, M.A. 1904. 

Dissertation: The State works of Pennsylvania. (Published in 
part as follows: Corrupt practices connected with the build- 
ing and operation of the State works of Pennsylvania, Yale 
Review, 15:391-411. New Haven, 1907; The State works of 
Pennsylvania, Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of 
Arts and Sciences, 13:149-297. New Haven, 1907.) 

Professor of Geography and Commerce, Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale University. 

Chin-Tao Chen, M.S. University of California 1902. 
Dissertation: Societary circulation. 
Director of Education, Canton, China. 

Alba M. Edwards, B.A. University of Oklahoma 1903, M.A. 

Yale University 1905. 
Dissertation: The labor legislation of Connecticut. (Published 

in Publications of American Economic Association, 3d series. 

No. 3, 8:1-322. New York, 1907.) 
Special Agent, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D. C. 

Lester William Zartman, B.A. University of Illinois 1903. 
Dissertation: The investments of life insurance companies. 
(Published by Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1906.) 
Instructor in Insurance and Political Economy, Yale College. 
Died 1909. 

1908 

John Bauer, B.A. Doane College 1904, B.A. Yale University 

1906. 
Dissertation: Economic and social conditions of the Italians in 
the United States. 



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Assistant Professor of Economics, Cornell University, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

Theodore Harding Boggs, B.A. Acadia University 1902, B.A. 
Yale University 1905, M.A. 1906. 

Dissertation: The influence exerted by the United Empire Loyal- 
ists on the life and politics of Nova Scotia and New 
Brunswick. 

Assistant Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 
N. H. 

John Ker Towles, B.S. Tulane University 1902, M.S. 1904. 
Dissertation: Factory legislation of Rhode Island. (Published 

in Publications of American Economic Association, 3d series, 

No. 3, 9:1-119. Princeton, 1908.) 
Professor of Commerce, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. 



1909 

Harry Gunnison Brown, B.A. Williams College 1904. 

Dissertation: Some phases of railroad combination. (Published 
in part as follows: The basis of rate-making as affected by 
competition versus combination of railroads, Yale Review, 16: 
79-86. New Haven, 1907-8; Competitive and monopolistic 
price-making, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 22:628-639. 
Boston, 1907-8.) 

Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Missouri, 
Columbia, Mo. 

Henry Pratt Fairchild, B.A. Doane College 1900. 

Dissertation: Greek immigration to the United States. (Pub- 
lished by Yale University Press, New Haven, 191 1; also in 
part as follows: The causes of immigration from Greece, 
Yale Review, 18:176-196. New Haven, 1909-1910.) 

Assistant Professor of the Science of Society, Yale College, and 
Instructor in Anthropology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 
University. 

Arthur Sargent Field, B.A. Dartmouth College 1902, M.A. 1903. 
Dissertation: The child labor and factory law of New Jersey. 

(Published as follows: The child labor policy of New Jersey, 

Publications of American Economic Association, 3d series, 

No. 3, 11:1-229. Cambridge, 1910.) 
Economist, with Bureau of Railway Economics, Washington, 

D. C. 



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William Gilbert Lathrop, B.A. Brown University 1889, B.D. Yale 
University 1892, M.A. 1905. 

Dissertation: The brass industry of Connecticut. (Published 
privately as follows: The brass industry in Connecticut: A 
study of the origin and the development of the brass indus- 
try in the Naugatuck Valley. Printed by The Price, Lee, and 
Adkins Company, New Haven, 1909.) 

Pastor, Congregational Church, Shelton, Conn. 

1910 

Ernest Frank McGregor, B.A. University of Minnesota 1901, 

B.D. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1906. 
Dissertaticrn: Marriage and the family among the early Hebrews^ 
Pastor, First Congregational Church, Norwalk, Conn. 

Julius Hall Parmelee, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1906. 

Dissertation: American federal statistics. (Published in part as 
follows: The statistical work of the Federal Government, Yale 
Review, 19: pt. i, 289-303. New Haven, 1910; pt. 2, 374-391; 
New Haven, 191 1.) 

Statistician, Bureau of Railway Economics, Washington, D. C. 

Senjiro Takagi, B.A. Yale University 1907, M.A. 1908. 
Dissertation: Some phases of the relation between interest and 

wages. 
Teacher of English, Keiogijuku University, Tokyo, Japan. 

1911 

William Smith Culbertson, B.A. Emporia College 1907, B.A; 

Yale University 1908. 
Dissertation: An essay on Alexander Hamilton. (Published as 

follows: Alexander Hamilton: an essay, Yale University 

Press, New Haven, 191 1.) 
Lawyer, firm of McLanahan, Burton & Culbertson, Washington, 

D. C. 

Walter Edv/ard Lagerquist, B.A. Simpson College 1903, B.A. 

Yale University 1905, M.A. 1906, 
Dissertation: Causes and effects of immigration from 1815 to 

i860. 
Assistant Professor of Economics and Commerce, Northwestern 

University, Evanston, 111. 



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Henry Freeman Walradt, B.A. Yale University 1907, M.A. 1908. 

Dissertation: The financial history of Connecticut from 1789 to 
1861. (Published in Transactions of the Connecticut Acad- 
emy of Arts and Sciences, 17:1-139. Yale University Press, 
New Haven, 1912.) 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, O. 



1912 

Fred Elmore Lumley, B.A. Hiram College 1905, M.A. McMaster 
University 1907, B.D. Yale University 1909. 

Dissertation: The beginnings of Hebrew industry: a sociological 
inquiry into the character and development of the self- 
maintenance organization among early Hebrews. 

Professor of Social Sciences, College of Missions, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

1913 

Ray Bert Westerfield, B.A. Ohio Northern University 1907, M.A. 
1910, M.A. Yale University 191 1. 

Dissertation: Middlemen in English business, 1660-1760. (Pub- 
lished in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts 
and Sciences, 19:111-445. Yale University Press, New Haven, 
1915.) 

Instructor in Political Economy, Yale College. 



1914 

Charles Wesley Coulter, B.A. University of Toronto 1908, B.D. 
1910, M.A. Yale University 1910. 

Dissertation: The beginnings of religion among the early 
Hebrews: a sociological inquiry. 

Instructor in Sociology, Western Reserve University, Cleve- 
land, O. 

John Lee Maddox, B.A. Denison University 1904, B.D. Yale 

University 1908, M.A. 1909. 
Dissertation: The medicine man: a sociological inquiry into the 

character and evolution of Shamanism. 
Ch?\plain, United States Army, 17th Infantry, Eagle Pass, Texas. 



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Percy Wells Bidwell, B.A. Yale University 1910, M.A. 1912. 
Dissertation: Rural economy in New England at the beginning 

of the nineteenth century. 
Instructor in Economics, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University. 

Loomis Havemeyer, Ph.B. Yale University 1910, M.A. 1912. 
Dissertation: The drama of savage peoples. 

Instructor in Geography and Anthropology, Sheffield Scientific 
School, Yale University. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 



(* indicates that graduate is deceased.) 


Bailey, 1896 


MacCurdy, 1905 


Bauer, 1908 


McGregor, 1910 


Bidwell, 1915 


McVey, 1895 


Bishop, 1906 


Maddox, 1914 


Boggs, 1908 


*Moore, 1890 


Brown, 1909 


Nicholson, 1900 


Chen, 1906 


Norton, 1901 


Claghorn, 1896 


Olmsted, 1898 


Coulter, 1914 


Parmelee, 1910 


Culbertson, 191 1 


Peterson, 1897 


Cutler, 1903 


Pratt, 1901 


Dondlinger, 1904 


Roberts, 1901 


Du Buy, 1894 


Robinson, 1902 


Dwight, 1895 


Takagi, 1910 


Edwards, 1906 


Thorne, 1901 


Fairchild, F. R., 1904 


Towles, 1908 


Fairchild, H. P., 1909 


Tuckey, 1904 


Field, 1909 


Tuttle, 1897 


Fisher, 1891 


Walradt, 191 1 


Gaines, 1900 


Wells, 1900 


Graham, 1895 


Westerfield, 1913 


Havemeyer, 1915 


Whittelsey, 1898 


Ichihara, 1892 


Wilder, 1892 


Keller, 1899 


Wood, 1877 


Lagerquist, 191 1 


Yokoyama, 1904 


Lathrop, 1909 


*Zartman, 1906 


Lumley, 1912 





IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 



1882 

Clarence Winthrop Bowen, B.A. Yale University 1873, M.A. 

1876. 
Dissertation: On the boundaries of Connecticut. (Published as 

follows: The boundary disputes of Connecticut, J, R. Osgood 

and Company, Boston, 1882.) 
5 East 63d St., New York, N. Y. 



1892 

Edward Gaylord Bourne, B.A. Yale University 1883. 

Dissertation: The demarcation line of Pope Alexander VI. (Pub- 
lished as follows: The history and determination of the line 
of demarcation established by Pope Alexander VI, between 
the Spanish and Portuguese fields of discovery and coloniza- 
tion, Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 
1891:101-130. Washington, 1892.) 

Professor of History, Yale College. 

Died 1908. 

Francis Wayland Shepardson, B.A. Denison University 1882, 

M.A. 1886, B.A. Brown University 1883. 
Dissertation: A study of some of the Scotch-Irish settlements 

in the American colonies. 
Associate Professor of History, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. 

1894 

Sara Bulkley Rogers, B.A. Columbia University 1889, M.A. 

Cornell University 1891. 
Dissertation: The rise of civil government and federation in 

early New England. 
Died 1907. 



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1895 

Maria Louise Greene, B.A. Vassar College 1891, M.Pd. New 
York University 1909. 

Dissertation: Church and state in Connecticut, to 1818. (Pub- 
lished as follows: The development of religious liberty in 
Connecticut, Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, Boston, 1905.) 

25 Clift St., Mystic, Conn. 



1896 

James Lee Mitchell, B.A. Harvard University 1884. 
Dissertation: The growth of the spirit of toleration from the 

reformation to the French revolution. 
Pastor, Second Congregational Church, Attleboro, Mass. 

Sarah Margaret Sherrick, Ph.B. Otterbein University 1889. 
Dissertation: The despotism of Richard II. 

Professor of English Literature, Otterbein University, Wester- 
ville, O. 



1897 

Walter Irenaeus Lowe, B.A. Yale University 1890. 

Dissertation: A history of the events which led to the assump- 
tion of the title of King of France by Edward III of England. 
(Published, in abridged form, as follows: The considerations 
which induced Edward III to assume the title, King of 
France, Annual Report of the American Historical Associa- 
tion, 1900; 1 : 535-583. Washington, 1901.) 

Professor of History and Political Science, Wells College, 
Aurora, N. Y. 

Frank Strong, B.A. Yale University 1884, M.A. 1893. 

Dissertation: Cromwell's colonial and foreign policy, with spe- 
cial reference to the West Indies expedition of 1654-55. 
(Incorporated in the following papers: A forgotten danger to 
the New England colonies, Annual Report of the American 
Historical Association, 1898:77-94. Washington, 1899; The 
causes of Cromwell's West Indian expedition, American 
Historical Review, 4:228-245. New York, 1899.) 

Chancellor, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. 



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George Stedman Sumner, B.A. Pomona College 1894, B.A. 

Yale University 1895. 
Dissertation: The Cromwellian transportation of the Irish. 
Professor of Economics and Sociology, Pomona College, Clare- 

mont, Cal. 

1898 

Albert Beebe White, B.A. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertation: The first eight years of Henry Ill's reign, 1216- 

1224. 
Professor of History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

1899 

Edward Day Collins, B.A. Yale University 1896. 

Dissertation: The Royal African Company: a study of the Eng- 
lish trade to western Africa under chartered companies from 
1585 to 1750. (Published as follows: Studies in the colonial 
policy of England, 1672-1680: the plantations, the Royal 
African Company, and the slave trade, Annual Report of the 
American Historical Association, 1900, 1:139-192. Wash- 
ington, 1901.) 

Professor, and Head of the Department, of Pedagogy, Middle- 
bury College, Middlebury, Vt. 

Clive Day, B.A. Yale University 1892. 

Dissertation: Industrial organization and regulations in the 

American colonies. 
Professor of Economic History, Yale College. 

Arthur Power Lord, B.A. Yale University 1893. 

Dissertation: Rise of Cardinal Richelieu during the regency of 
Marie de Medicis. (Published as follows: The regency of 
Marie de Medicis: a study of French history from 1610 to 
1616, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1903.) 

62 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. 

Walter Franklin Prince, B.A. Yale University 1896, B.D. Drew 

Theological Seminary 1897. 
Dissertation: Studies in the history of crime and punishment in 
the colonial period. (Published in part in Annual Report of 



1 62 — 

the American Historical Association, as follows: An exami-' 
nation of Peters's "Blue laws", 1898:95-138. Washington, 1899; 
The first criminal code of Virginia, 1899: 1:309-363. Wash- 
ington, 1900.) 
San Bernardino, Cal. ( 

igoo 

Karl Frederick Geiser, Ph.B. Upper Iowa University 1893. ^ 
Dissertation: Indented servants in the colony and common- 
wealth of Pennsylvania. (Published as follows: Redemp- 
tioners and indentured servants in the colony and common- 
wealth of Pennsylvania, Supplement to the Yale Review, Vol. 
10, No. 2, The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, New 
Haven, 1901.) 
Professor of Political Science, Oberlin College, Oberlin, O. . 

Agnes Hunt, B.A. Smith College 1897. 

Dissertation: The provincial committees of safety of the Ameri- 
can revolution. (Published from income of Francis G. Butler 
publication fund, Western Reserve University, Press of Winn 
and Judson, Cleveland, 1904.) 

Associate Professor of History, Smith College, Northampton, 
Mass. 

Paul Skeels Peirce, Ph.B. Cornell University 1897. 

Dissertation: The Freedmen's bureau. (Published as follows:. 
The Freedmen's bureau: a chapter in the history of recon- 
struction. Studies in Sociology, Economics, Politics, and His- 
tory, Vol. 3, No. I, State University of Iowa, The University 
Press, Iowa City, 1904.) 

Professor of Political Economy and Sociology, State University 
of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 

Asa Currier Tilton, B.A. Yale University 1896. 1 

Dissertation: The king and the boroughs in century XIII. A 

study in English municipal history. 
Chief Assistant, Division of Bibliography, Library of Congress, 

Washington, D. C. 

1901 

Ernest Hickok Baldwin, B.A. Yale University 1891, M.A. 1897. 

Dissertation: Joseph Galloway — A biography. (Published as 

follows: Joseph Galloway, the loyalist politician, Pennsyl- 



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vania Magazine of History and Biography, 26: 161-191, 289- 
321, 417-442. Philadelphia, 1902. Reprint as separate volume, 
Philadelphia, 1902.) 
Principal, The Baldwin School, Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Silas Wright Geis, B.L. University of California 1898. 
■Dissertation: The colonial agent in England. 

Mary Cornwall Hewitt (Mrs. Sydney K. Mitchell), B.A. Smith 

College 1897. 
Dissertation: The political philosophy of the American revo- 
lution. 
273 Norton St., New Haven, Conn. 

Jessie May Law, B.A. University of Nebraska 1894. 

Dissertation: Cromwell's major generals. 

Head of History Department, Central High School, Springfield, 

Mass. 

Eugene Irving McCormac, B.S. Upper Iowa University 1896. 

Dissertation: White servitude in Maryland. (Published as fol- 
lows: White servitude in Maryland, 1639-1820, Johns Hop- 
kins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, 
Series 22, No. 3-4. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1904-) 

Assistant Professor of American History, University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley, Cal. 



1902 

Kan-Ichi Asakawa, B.L. Waseda College (Japan) 1895, B.L. 

Dartmouth College 1899. 
Dissertation: The reform of 645 — an introduction to the study 

of the origin of feudalism in Japan. (Published as follows: 

The early institutional life of Japan: a study in the reform 

of 645 A. D., Tokyo, Shueisha, 1903.) 
Assistant Professor of Japanese Civilization, Graduate School, 

and Curator of the Japanese and Chinese Collections, Yale 

University. 

Robert Kimball Richardson, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 

Columbia University 1899. 
Dissertation: The pontificate of Anthony Bek, Bishop of Dur- 
ham, 1283-1311. (Published in revised form, as follows: The 



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bishopric of Durham under Anthony Bek, 1283 to 131 1, 
Archaeologia Aeliana, 3d series, 9:1-141. Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, 1913-) 
Professor of History, Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. 

Chalfant Robinson, B.L. University of Cincinnati 1893. 

Dissertation: The reciprocity treaty with Canada in 1854. 
(Incorporated in, A history of two reciprocity treaties: the 
treaty with Canada in 1854; the treaty with the Hawaiian 
Islands in 1876; with a chapter on the treaty-making power 
of the House of Representatives, The Tuttle, Morehouse & 
Taylor Company, New Haven, 1904. Reprinted, under the 
title. History of the reciprocity treaty of 1854 with Canada, 
by the United States Government, as Senate Document 17, 
1st Session, 626. Congress. Washington, 1911.) 

Visiting Professor of Mediaeval History, Princeton Univer- 
sity, Princeton, N. J. 

1903 

Harvey Hugo Guy, B.D. Drake University 1893, B.A. 1895, M.A. 

1899, M.A. Yale University 1902. 
Dissertation: A study in the history of the rise of the English 

episcopacy. 
Professor of the History and Philosophy of Religion, Pacific 

Theological Seminary, Berkeley, Cal. 

William Spence Robertson, B.L. University of Wisconsin 1899, 
Dissertation: Francisco de Miranda and the revolutionizing oi 
Spanish America. (Published, as one of the Herbert Baxtei 
Adams prize essays, in Annual Report of the American His- 
torical Association, 1907, 1:189-539. Washington, 1908.) 
Assistant Professor of History, University of Illinois, Urbana, 
111. 

1904 

Lucy Elizabeth Textor, Ph.B. University of Michigan 1894, M.A 
Leland Stanford, Jr., University 1895. 

Dissertation: A colony of emigres in Canada, 1798-1816. (Pub- 
lished as University of Toronto Studies, History and Eco< 
nomics, Vol. 3, No. i. The University Library, Toronto, 1905.)" 

Associate Professor of History, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 






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Brownlee Robertson Ward, B.A. Yale University 1888, Ph.B. 

Yale University 1889, M.D. Columbia University 1892. 
Dissertatian: Mirabeau. 
390 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. 



1905 

Annie Heloise Abel, B.A. Kansas University 1898. 

Dissertation: The history of events that resulted in Indian con- 
solidation west of the Mississippi River. (Published as fol- 
lows: The history of events resulting in Indian consolidation 
west of the Mississippi, Annual Report of the American 
Historical Association, 1906, i : 233-450. Washington, 1908.) 

Associate Professor of History, Smith College, Northampton, 
Mass. 

Hubert Hilary Suffren Aimes, Ph.B. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: The Cuban slave trade: a study in the history of 
Cuba. (Published as follows: A history of slavery in Cuba, 
151 1 to 1868, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1907.) 

Associate Professor of History and Economics, University of 
the South, Sewanee, -Tenn. 

Curtis Howe Walker, B.A. Yale University 1899. 
Dissertation: A list of sheriffs for England, 1066-1154. 
Assistant Professor of History, University of Chicago, Chicago, 
111. 

1906 

Conrad Albin Peterson, B.A. Augustana College 1901, M.A. 

Yale University 1903. 
Dissertation: Studies in Swedish history prior to 1319, with 

special reference to the position of the peasantry. 
Professor of History and Social Science, Gustavus Adolphus 

College, St. Peter, Minn. 

Herman Justus Thorstenberg, B.A. Bethany College 1902, B.A. 

Yale University 1903, M.A. 1904. 
Dissertation: Chapters in the history of the Danish West India 

Islands. 
Assistant Professor of History, Carleton College, Northfield, 

Minn. 



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1907 

Luther Anderson, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1899, B.A. 

Yale University 1903, M.A. 1904. j 

Dissertation: A history of the Salzburgers in Georgia. ^ 

Head of the Department of History and Economics, Springfield 
High School of Commerce, Springfield, Mass. 

Gilbert Giddings Benjamin, Ph.B. Syracuse University 1899, 
M.A. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: The Germans in Texas. (Published as follows: 
The Germans in Texas: a study in immigration. Publications 
of the University of Pennsylvania, Americana Germanica, 
New Series, D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1909.) 

Professor of European History, State University of Iowa, Iowa 
City, la. 

Sydney Knox Mitchell, B.A. Yale University 1898. | 

Dissertation: Taxation under John and Henry III. (Incorpo- 
rated in Studies in Taxation under John and Henry III, Yale 
Historical Publications, Series I, Studies, vol. 2, Yale Univer- 
sity Press, New Haven, 1914.) 
Assistant Professor of History, Yale College. 

William Drown Rorer, B.A. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertation: Spanish Isthmian projects and the American canal. 

Vice-President, Berkeley Preparatory School, New Haven, Conn. 

1908 

David William Brandelle, B.A. Augustana College 1899, M.A. 

University of Minnesota 1902. 
Dissertation: The history of the King's Council in Sweden from 

1306 to 1390. 
Knowlton Professor of History and Economics, Bates College, 

Lewiston, Me. 
Died 1911. 

Wallace Notestein, B.A. College of Wooster 1900, M.A. Yale 
University 1903. 

Dissertation: A history of English witchcraft from 1558 to 1718. 
(Published as follows: A history of witchcraft in England 
from 1558 to 1718, one of the Herbert Baxter Adams prize 
essays, American Historical Association, Washington, 191 1.) 

Associate Professor of History, University of Minnesota, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

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Ethel Zivley Rather (Mrs. Ernest J. Villavaso), B.A. University 

of Texas 1902, M.A. 1903. 
Dissertation: Recognition of the republic of Texas by the 

United States. (Published in The Quarterly of the Texas 

State Historical Association, 13:155-256. Austin, 1910; 

reprinted as Bulletin of the University of Texas, No. 165, 

Humanistic series, No. 11, Austin, 191 1.) 
3105 Duval St., Austin, Texas. 



1909 

Kenneth Scott Latourette, B.S. McMinnville College 1904, B.A. 

Yale University 1906, M.A. 1907. 
Dissertation: The history of early relations between the United 

States and China, 1784-1844. 
Assistant Professor of History, Reed College, Portland, Ore. 

Henry Barrett Learned, B.A. Harvard University 1890, M.A. 
1897, M.A. University of Chicago 1894. 

Dissertation: The President's cabinet: studies in the history of 
an American institution. (In part incorporated in his pub- 
lished volume, The President's cabinet: Studies in the origin, 
formation, and structure of an American institution, Yale 
University Press, New Haven, 1912.) 

2123 Bancroft Place, N.W., Washington, D. C. 

George Edward Woodbine, B.A. Yale University 1903. 

Dissertation: Three thirteenth century law tracts: Fet asaver. 
Judicium essoniorum, Modus componendi brevia. (Published, 
with additions, as follows: Four thirteenth century law tracts, 
Yale University Press, New Haven, Henry Frowde, London, 
Oxford University Press, 1910.) 

Yale P. O., New Haven, Conn. 



1910 

Henry Wells Lawrence, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1906, M.A. 

1907. 
Dissertation: The political activity of the Parlement of Paris 

and its Procureur General, 1715-1720. 
Instructor in History, and Associate Director of the Summer 

Session, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. 



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Vergil Vivian Phelps, Ph.B. University of Chicago 1901, Ph.M. 
1903, B.D. 1907. 

Dissertation: The pastor and teacher, with special reference to 
the pastor and teacher in the New England churches. (Pub- 
lished in part as follows: The pastor and teacher in New 
England, Harvard Theological Review, 388-399. Cambridge, 
1911.) 

Executive Secretary, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Helen Louise Young, B.A. Cornell University 1900. 
Dissertation: A study of the constitutional convention of New 

York State in 1821. 
Assistant Professor of History, Hunter College of City of New 

York, New York, N. Y. 



191Z 

Bessie Dean Cooper, Ph.B. Cornell University 1897. 
Dissertation: France under Richelieu, seen from the English 

embassy. 
Instructor in History, Hunter College of City of New York, 

New York, N. Y. 

Frank Joseph Klingberg, B.A. University of Kansas 1907, M.A. 

1908, M.A. Yale University 1909. 
Dissertation: The parliamentary history of the abolition of 

slavery and the slave trade in the British colonies. 
Professor of Modern European History, University of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Charles Seymour, B.A. Cambridge University (England) 1904, 
M.A. 1909, B.A. Yale University 1908. 

Dissertation: The development of democracy in England since 
1832, as shown in the reform of the representative system. 
(Incorporated in his book, Electoral reform in England and 
Wales; The development and operation of the parliamentary 
franchise, 1832-1855, Yale Historical Publications, Series I, 
Studies, vol. 3, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1915.) 

Assistant Professor of History, Yale College. 



igi2 

James Fulton Ferguson, B.A. Monmouth College 1903, B.A. 
Yale University 1906, M.A. 1907. 



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Dissertation: The Edict of Diocletian, edited with an introduc- 
tion, and with a commentary on chapters 1-5. 
Associate Professor of History and Latin, Bryn Mawr College, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Stewart Lea Mims, B.A. Yale University 1904. 

Dissertation: Colbert's West Indian policy. (Published as Yale 
Historical Publications, Series I, Studies, vol. i, Yale Uni- 
versity Press, New Haven, 1912.) 

Assistant Professor of History, Yale College. 



1913 

Ralph Volney Harlow, B.A. Yale University 1909, M.A. 191 1. 
Dissertation: The development of the standing-committee sys- 
tem in the colonial and state legislatures, 1750-1790. 
Instructor in History, Simmons College, Boston, Mass. 

Charles Chilton Pearson, B.A. Richmond College 1899, M.A. 

1904. 
Dissertation: Readjuster movement in Virginia. 
Farnham, Va. 

William Alexander Robinson, B.A. Bowdoin College 1907, M.A. 

University of Wisconsin 1910. 
Dissertation: New England republicanism, 1797-1815. 
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Washington University, 
St. Louis, Mo. 



1914 

Frank Wesley Pitman, Ph.B. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1906. 

Dissertation: The development of the British West Indies, 
1 700- 1 760. 

Instructor in History, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer- 
sity. 

Philip Barrows Whitehead, B.A. Beloit College 1906, M.A. Yale 

University 1908, B.D. 1910. 
Dissertation: The conversion of pagan buildings in the city of 

Rome into Christian churches. 
Janesville, Wis. 



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Mary Gertrude Young, B.A. Cornell University 1898, M.A. Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin 1908. 
Dissertation: Management of the Whig party under Sir Robert 

Walpole, 1 715-1742. 
Professor of History, Oxford College for Women, Oxford, O. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 



Abel, 1905 

Aimes, 1905 

Anderson, 1907 

Asakawa, 1902 

Baldwin, 1901 

Benjamin, 1907 
♦Bourne, 1892 

Bowen, 1882 
♦Brandelle, 1908 

Collins, 1899 

Cooper, 191 1 

Day, 1899 

Ferguson, 1912 

Geis, 1901 

Geiser, 1900 

Green, 1895 

Guy, 1903 

Harlow, 1913 

Hewitt, 1901 

Hunt, 1900 

Klingberg, 1911 

Latourette, 1909 

Law, 1901 

Lawrence, 1910 

Learned, 1909 

Lord, 1899 

Lowe, 1897 

McCormac, 1901 

Mims, 1912 

Mitchell, J. L., 1896 



Mitchell, S. K., 1907 
Notestein, 1908 
Pearson, 1913 
Peirce, 1900 
Peterson, 1906 
Phelps, 1910 
Pitman, 1914 
Prince, 1899 
Rather, 1908 
Richardson, 1902 
Robertson, 1903 
Robinson, C, 1902 
Robinson, W. A., 1913 
♦Rogers, 1894 
Rorer, 1907 
Seymour, 191 1 
Shepardson, 1892 
Sherrick, 1896 
Strong, 1897 
Sumner, 1897 
Textor, 1904 
Thorstenberg, 1906 
Tilton, 1900 
Walker, 1905 
Ward, 1904 
White, 1898 
Whitehead, 1914 
Woodbine, 1909 
Young, H. L., 1910 
Young, M. G., 1914 



W 



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY 
AND EDUCATION 



1874 

Moses Stuart Phelps, B.A. Yale University 1869. 

Dissertation: (Title not known.) 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, Smith College, 

Northampton, Mass. 
Died 1883. 

1884 

Thorstein B. Veblen, B.A. Carleton College 1880. 

Dissertation: The ethical grounds of a doctrine of retribution. 

Lecturer in Economics, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

1889 

Fritz Jacobson, B.A. Augustana College 1885. 

Dissertation: A sketch of the development of speculative thought 

in Sweden. 
Clergyman, 490 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Otterbein Krohn, B.A. Leander Clark (Western) Col- 
lege 1887, M.D. Northwestern University 1905. 
Dissertation: The ethics of modern pessimism. 
Physician, Heyworth Building, Chicago, 111. 

William Ward McLane, B.A. Blackburn University 1871, M.A. 

1874. 
Dissertation: The evolution of religion. (Published as follows: 

Evolution in religion. Congregational Sunday School and 

Publishing Society, Boston, 1892.) 
Clergyman, North Leominster, Mass. 

Rikizo Nakashima, B.A. Western Reserve University 1884, B.D. 
Yale University 1887. 

Dissertation: Kant's doctrine of the "Thing-in-itself." (Printed 
by Price, Lee, and Adkins Company, New Haven, 1889.) 

Professor of Psychology, Logic, and Ethics, Imperial Univer- 
sity, Tokyo, Japan. 



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Frank Chamberlin Porter, B.A. Beloit College 1880, B.D. Yale 

University 1886. 
Dissertation: The doctrine of resurrection in pre-Christian 

Judaism. 
Winkley Professor of Biblical Theology, School of Religion, 

Yale University. 

1890 

Elias Hershey Sneath, B.A. Lebanon Valley College 1881, B.D. 
Yale University 1884. 

Dissertation: A critical examination of Scottish realism. (Pub- 
lished in part in his book, The philosophy of Reid, Henry 
Holt and Company, New York, 1892.) 

Professor of the Philosophy of Religion and Religious Educa- 
tion, School of Religion, Yale University. 



1891 

Herbert Austin Aikins, B.A. University of Toronto 1887. 

Dissertation: Hume's theory of causation. (Published, in sub- 
stance, in his book, The philosophy of Hume, Henry Holt 
and Company, New York, 1893.) 

Professor of Philosophy, College for Women, Western Reserve 
University, Cleveland, O. 

James Ten Broeke, B.A. Middlebury College 1884. 

Dissertation: A comparison of the views of Hartmann and Lotze 

concerning the self-consciousness of the absolute. 
Professor of Philosophy, McMaster University, Toronto, 

Canada. 

1892 

Gerald Hamilton Beard, B.A. Yale University 1887, B.D. 1890. 
Dissertation: The doctrine of the incarnation in the light of the 

modern philosophical conception of God and the human soul. 
Clergyman, Park Street Congregational Church, Bridgeport, 

Conn. 

Lars Herman Beck, B.A. Augustana College 1885. 
Dissertation: A comparison of the doctrines of reality in the 

philosophies of Lotze and Bostrom. 
Pastor, Swedish Lutheran Church, Kane, Pa. 



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Kumato Morita, Doshisha University (Japan) 1879. 
Dissertation: Lotze's conception of the soul compared with that 

of Buddhism. 
Professor at Doshisha University, Japan. 
Died 1899. 

1893 

Charles Bemis Bliss, B.A. Yale University 1890, B.D. Hartford 

Theological Seminary 1903. 
Dissertation: Investigations in reaction-time and attention. 

(Published in Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory, 

1:1-55. New Haven, 1893.) 
Pastor, Congregational Church, Mclndoe Falls, Vt. 

Carl August Blomgren, B.A. Augustana College 1885. 
Dissertation: The doctrine of substance, as held by Descartes, 

Spinoza, and Leibniz. 
Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis, Augustana 

College, Rock Island, 111. 

Edward Franklin Buchner, B.A. Leander Clark College 1889. 

Dissertatiofi: A study of Kant's psychology with reference to 
the critical philosophy. (Published by The New Era Print, 
Lancaster, Pa., 1897; also as Monograph Supplement No. 4 
to the Psychological Review, The Macmillan Company, New 
York, 1897.) 

Professor of Education and Director of the College Courses 
for Teachers and the Summer Courses, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, Baltimore, Md. 

Jeremiah K. Light, B.A. Franklin and Marshall College 1889. 
Dissertation: Kant's influence on German pedagogy. (Printed 

by Report Publishing Company, Lebanon, Pa., 1893.) 
Principal, Public School No. 23, Jersey City, N. J. 

Erwin William Runkle, B.A. Leander Clark College 1890. 
Dissertation: The phenomenalism of Berkeley. 
Professor of Psychology and Ethics, Pennsylvania State 
College, State College, Pa. 

Edwin Alonzo Warfield, B.A. Western Maryland College 1882, 

B.D. Yale University 1890. 
Dissertation: The idea of God in the seventeenth century 

philosophy on the Continent. 
Professor, and Head of Department, of English, Western 

Maryland College, Westminster, Md. 



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i894 

Joshua Allen Gilbert, B.A. Otterbein University 1889. 

Dissertation: Researches on the mental and physical develop- 
ment of school children. (Published in Studies from the Yale 
Psychological Laboratory, 2:40-100. New Haven, 1894.) 

Physician, and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, State 
University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 

Victor Harald Hegstrom, B.A. Augustana College 1890, B.D. 

Augustana Theological Seminary 1905. 
Dissertation: Schopenhauer and ancient Hindu philosophy: a 

comparative study in pessimism. 
Clergyman, 5400 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

William James Mutch, B.A. University of Wisconsin 1882, B.L. 

1882, B.D. Yale University 1885. 
Dissertation: The mental states of the Hebrew prophets. 
Professor of Philosophy and Education, Ripon College, Ripon, 
Wis. 

George Samuel Richards, B.D. Yale University 1891. 
Dissertation: Kant's theory of ethics examined with reference 

to his theory of knowledge and to the fundamental principles 

in the moral teaching of Jesus Christ. 
Pastor, First Congregational Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1895 
William Ivy Cranford, B.A. Trinity College (N. C.) 1891. 
Dissertation: Historical theories of perception. 
Professor of Philosophy and Psychology, Trinity College, 
Durham, N. C. 

John Monroe Moore, B.A. National Normal University 1887. 
Dissertation: Studies of fatigue. (Published in Studies from the 

Yale Psychological Laboratory, 3:68-95. New Haven, 1895.) 
Secretary of Home Missions, Methodist Episcopal Church, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

William Sacheus Morgan, Pontypool College (South Wales) 

1889, B.D. Yale University 1892. 
Dissertation: Causation: a treatise of the general problem, 

together with a detailed exposition and criticism of Kant's 

Theory. 
Professor of Philosophy and Psychology of Religion, Pacific 

Unitarian School for the Ministry, Berkeley, Cal. 



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Carl Emil Seashore, B.A. Gustavus Adolphus College 1891. 

Dissertation: Measurements of illusions and hallucinations in 
normal life. (Published in Studies from the Yale Psycho- 
logical Laboratory, 3:1-67. New Haven, 1895.) 

Professor of Psychology, Head of Department of Philosophy 
and Psychology, and Dean of the Graduate College, University 
of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 

1896 

Anna Alice Cutler, B.A. Smith College 1885, M.A. 1889. 

Dissertation: The influence of aesthetical considerations upon 
Kant's theory of knowledge. (Published in part as follows: 
The aesthetical factors in Kant's theory of knowledge, 
Kantstudien, 2:419-439. Hamburg, 1898.) 

Professor of Philosophy, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Henry Davies, B.D. Yale University 1888. 
Dissertation: Origen's theory of knowledge. 
Rector, Christ Church, Easton, Md. 

Theodate Louise Smith, B.A. Smith College 1882, M.A. 1884. 

Dissertation: The motor element in memory. (Published as 
follows: On muscular memory, American Journal of 
Psychology, 7:453-490. Worcester, 1896.) 

Lecturer, and Librarian of Children's Institute, Clark Univer- 
sity, Worcester, Mass. 

Died 1914. 

1897 

Gervase Green, B.A. Yale University 1894. 
Dissertation: The concepts of evolution and mechanism. 
Lawyer, 128 Broadway, New York, N. Y. . * 

Blanche Zehring, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan University 1890. 
Dissertation: The dependence of the concept of duty on faith 

in God. 
309 East Linden Ave., Miamisburg, O. 

1898 

Arthur Ernest Davies, B.D. Yale University 1891. 

Dissertation: A critical examination of Hume's psychology of 

knowledge. 
Professor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, Columbus, O. 



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Warren Estelle Lloyd, M.L. University of California 1895. 

Dissertation: The concept of self. (A portion published as fol- 
lows: Notes on a case of spontaneous somnambulism, Journal- 
of Abnormal Psychology, 2:239-259. Boston, 1907-1908.) 

Lecturer on Philosophy of Law, and Spanish and Mexican Law, 
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. ' 

Thomas Calhoun Stearns, B.A. Yale University 1886, M.A. New 
York University 1892. i 

Dissertation: An epistemological study of pre-sophistic philos-1 
ophy. I 

President, New England Cereal Company, South Norwalk,^ 
Conn. 

1899 

William Milton Hess, B.A. Yale University 1896, B.D. 1900. 
Dissertation: A critical examination of the free-will controversy 

of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 
Pastor, Trinity Congregational Church, New York, N. Y. 

William Smythe Johnson, B.A. Ouachita Baptist College 1892, 

M.A. 1895. 
Dissertation: Researches in practice and habit. (Published in 

Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory, 6:5i-i03.' 

New Haven, 1898.) 
President, Connell State School of Agriculture, Helena, Okla. 

Edward Gridley Kendall, B.A. Yale University 1895. 
Dissertation: The place of experience in cognition: a thesis 

defended against the claims of Kant. 
56 W. Main St., Lock Haven, Pa. 

Matataro Matsumoto, Imperial University of Japan 1893. 
Dissertation: Researches on acoustic space. (Published m 

Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory, 5:1-75. New 

Haven, 1897.) 
Professor of Psychology and Director of the Psychological 

Laboratory, Tokyo Imperial University, Tokyo, Japan. 

John Dorrance Warnock, B.A. Yale University 1893. 
Dissertation: Some characteristics of English thinking, as shown 

in the development of science and philosophy. 
Head of Department of Latin, Hill School, Pottstown, Pa. 



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I goo 

Alexander Cameron, B.A. Carleton College 1896. 
Dissertation: Tactual perception. 
Farmer, Alexandria, Minn. 

Clara Maria Hitchcock, Ph.B. University of Chicago 1897. 

Dissertation: Expectation: its nature and influence upon knowl- 
edge. (Published as follows: The psychology of expecta- 
tion, The Psychological Review, Monograph Supplements, 
No. 20, The Macmillan Company, New York, 1903. 

Professor of Philosophy and Education, Lake Erie College, 
Painesville, O. 

Cloyd North McAllister, B.A. Yale University 1892. 

Dissertation: Researches on writing. (Published as follows: 
Researches on movements used in writing, Studies from the 
Yale Psychological Laboratory, 8:21-63. New Haven, 1900.) 

Dean of Normal School, and Professor of Education, Berea 
College, Berea, Ky. 

igoi 

William Adams Brown, B.A. Yale University 1886, M.A. 1887, 

D.D. 1907. 
Dissertation: The essence of Christianity: a study in the history 

of definition. (Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New 

York, 1902.) 
Roosevelt Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological 

Seminary, New York, N. Y. 

William Churchill, B.A. Yale University 1897. 

Dissertation: The tendency toward idealism in recent scientific 

conceptions of matter. 
Sales Manager, Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. 

Walter Wells Davis, B.A. Leland Stanford, Jr., University 1897. 
Dissertation: Researches in cross-education. (Published in 

Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory, 6:6-50. 

1898; 8:64-108. New Haven, 1900.) 
Principal of Schools, Columbus, Wash. 

Robert Ernest Hume, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 1900, 

B.D. Union Theological Seminary 1904. 
Dissertation: (Philosophy) i. The pantheism of the Upanishads. 
(Sanskrit) 2. A translation of the principal Upanishads. (In 



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press as follows: A translation of the thirteen principal 
Upanishads, with an introductory outline of the philosophy 
of the Upanishads, Oxford University Press, London, 
England, 1916.) 
Professor of Philosophy and History of Religion, and Missions, 
Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y. 

Winfield Scott Manship, B.A. Wesleyan University 1886, B.D. 

Yale University 1889. 
Dissertation: Kant and Schleiermacher on knowledge and faith. 
Pastor, Methodist Episcopal Church, East Berlin, Conn. 

Ishiro Miyake, Doshisha University, Collegiate Department 

(Japan) 1890, Doshisha Divinity School 1894. 
Dissertation: Researches in rhythmic action. (Published in 

Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory, 10:1-48. 

New Haven, 1902.) 
Professor of Psychology, The Sixth Government College, 

Okayama, Japan. 

George Redington Montgomery, B.A. Yale University 1892, 

LL.B. 1894, B.D. 1900. 
Dissertation: The distinctions between theology and philosophy. 
Lecturer in Philosophy, Graduate School, New York University, 

and Assistant Minister, Madison Square Presbyterian Church, 

New York, N. Y. 

William James Taylor, B.A. University of Nebraska 1891, M.A. 

1897. 
Dissertation: Aristotle's psychology of cognition. 
Head of Department of Psychology, History and Principles of 

Education, Brooklyn Training School for Teachers, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 

John Edward Wallace Wallin, B.A. Augustana College 1897, 

M.A. Yale University 1899. 
Dissertation: Researches on the rhythm of speech. (Published 
in Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory, 9:1-142. 
New Haven, 1901.) 
Director, Psycho-Educational Clinic for the Board of Education, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

igo2 

Halbert Hains Britan, B.A. Hanover College 1898. 
Dissertation: Ethics and aesthetics: their relation in pre-Kantian 

philosophy. 
Professor of Philosophy, Bates College, Lewiston, Me. 



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George Barton Cutten, B.A. Acadia College 1896, M.A. 1897, 

B.A. Yale University 1897, B.D. 1903. 
Dissertation: The psychology of alcoholism. (Published in 

expanded form by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1907; 

and by The W. Scott Publishing Company, London, 1907.) 
President, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 

Joseph Frazer Hood, B.A. Southwestern Presbyterian University 

1896, M.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: Maine de Biran: a study of his psychology. 
Head of Department of Education, West Tennessee State 
Normal School, Memphis, Tenn. 

Isaac Woodbridge Riley, B.A. Yale University 1892, B.D. 1896, 
M.A. 1898. 

Dissertation: A psychological history of Joseph Smith, Jr., the 
founder of Mormonism. (Published as follows: The founder 
of Mormonism, a psychological study of Joseph Smith, Jr., 
Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, 1902; William 
Heinemann, London, 1903.) 

Taylor Professor of Philosophy, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

Elmer Ellsworth Shumaker, B.A. Harvard University 1889, B.D. 
General Theological Seminary 1891. 

Dissertation: The function of knowledge. (Incorporated in his 
book, God and man: philosophy of the higher life, G. P. 
Putnam's Sons, New York, 1909.) 

Secretary Church Peace Squadron of American Branch, World 
Alliance of Churches for Promotion of International Friend- 
ship, Cambridge, Mass. 



1903 

George Ferdinand Abel, B.A. Gettysburg College 1897, B.D. 

Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: The meaning and limits of mechanism. 
Pastor, Congregational Church, Seymour, Conn. 

Thomas Nelson Baker, B.A. Boston University 1893, B.D. Yale 

University 1896. 
Dissertation: The ethical significance of the connection between 

mind and body. 
Pastor, Second Congregational Church, Pittsfield, Mass. 



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i 

Mary Kcndrick Benedict, B.A. Vassar College 1897. 
Dissertation: Thought and being: a study in Mr. Bradley's 

metaphysics. ^ 

President, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va. ] 

Tozaburo Kudo, M.A. DePauw University 1896, M.A. Yale Uni- 
versity 1901. 
Dissertation: The ethics of Confucius. (Published by the ^ 
Methodist Publishing House, Tokyo, Japan, 1904.) | 

Died 1910. 

Edward Everett Rail, B.A. University of Iowa 1900. 
Dissertation: A study of mysticism, with special reference to 

its character as a theory of religious knowledge. 
Professor of Education, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

1904 

Arthur Henry Rolph Fairchild, B.A. University of Toronto 1900, 

M.A. Yale University 1903. 
Dissertation: The psychology of the creative imagination in 

poetry, with special reference to Shakespeare, Wordsworth, 

and Milton. 
Professor of English, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

Jiroku Kawabe, Doshisha University, Theological Department 

(Japan) 1895, M.A. Yale University 1900. 
Dissertation: The development of Confucianism in Japan under 

the influence of the philosophy of Shushi. 
Professor of Philosophy, Keiogijuku University, Tokyo, Japan. 

Mary Isabel Park, B.A. Mount Holyoke College 1893. 
Dissertation: A study of the philosophical basis of Leibniz' 

optimism. 
Dean of Women, Heidelberg University, Tiffin, O. 



Ernest Martin Quittmeyer, B.A. Wesleyan University 1899, 

M.A. Yale University 1901, LL.B. 1903. 
Dissertation: Ethics of American laws of inheritance and bequest. 
Principal, Drum Hill High School, Peekskill, N. Y. 

John William Withers, B.A. National Normal University 1891, 
M.A. Yale University 1902. 



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IHssertation: Euclid's parallel postulate: its nature, validity, and 
place in geometrical systems. (Published by The Open 
Court Publishing Company, Chicago, 1905.) 

Principal, Harris Teachers' College, and Assistant Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction, St. Louis, Mo. 



1905 

Charles Edward Cory, Ph.B. Drake University 1901, M.A. 1902, 
M.A. Yale University 1903. 

Dissertation: An examination of the doctrines of Hegel, espe- 
cially their bearing upon the spiritual interests of man. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Washington University, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Albert S. Hurst, B.A. University of Toronto 1899, M.A. Yale 

University 1904. 
Dissertation: The ontological value of the moral ideal. 
Professor of History and Philosophy of Education, Teachers' 
College, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Bertram Augustus Lenfest, B.S. Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 1890. 

Dissertation: The accuracy of linear movements: an investiga- 
tion of certain psychological problems by the methods of 
experimental psychology. (Published in part as follows: The 
accuracy of linear movement, Harvard Psychological Studies, 
2:485-526. Boston, 1906.) 

Teacher, Brooklyn Manual Training High School, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Herbert Martin, B.A. Kentucky University 1899, M.A. 1900. 
Dissertation: Cognition and the absolute, or, the possibility of 

know^ing God. 
Professor of Philosophy, Drake University, Des Moines, la. 

Charles Edvi^ard Sargent, B.A. Bates College 1883, M.A. 1887. 
Dissertation: A reexamination of the doctrine of Gall and 

Spurzheim in the light of recent science, with a consideration 

of its philosophical implicates. 
Instructor in Mathematics, New Haven High School, New 

Haven, Conn. 



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Luther Allan Wcigle, B.A. Pennsylvania College 1900, M.A. 

1903. 
Dissertation: A historical and critical study of Kant's Antinomy 

of Pure Reason. 
Professor of Philosophy, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. 

igo6 

Edward Herbert Cameron, B.A. Acadia University 1900, B.A. 

Yale University 1903, M.A. Yale University 1904. 
Dissertation: Voluntary production of tones under varying 

conditions of attention. (Published as follows: Tonal 

reactions, Yale Psychological Studies, New series, 1:227-300. 

Lancaster, Pa., 1907.) 
Assistant Professor of Education, Graduate School, Yale 

University. 

1907 

Marion LeRoy Burton, B.A. Carleton College 1900, B.D. Yale 
University 1906. 

Dissertatiofi : The philosophical basis of Augustine's doctrine of 
sin. (Published as follows: The problem of evil: a criticism 
of the Augustinian point of view. The Open Court Publishing 
Company, Chicago, 1909.) 

President, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

1908 

Charles Alexander Cockayne, B.A. Heidelberg University 

1901, M.A. Yale University 1906. 
Dissertation: The relation of Spinoza to Hobbes. 
208 Riverside Ave., Tiffin, O. 

Frank Nugent Freeman, B.A. Wesleyan University 1904, M.A. 
Yale University 1906. 

Dissertation: The habit of handwriting and its development: an 
experimental study. (Published in Yale Psychological Studies, 
New series, as follows: Preliminary experiments on writing 
reactions, 1:301-333. Lancaster, Pa., 1907; An experimental 
analysis of the writing movement, 2:1-46. Lancaster, Pa., 

1914.) 
Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology, School of 
Education, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 



-i83- 

1909 

Donald John Cowling, B.A. Yale University 1903. 
Dissertation: Augustine's theory of knowledge. 
President, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. 

Robert Day Williams, B.S. Pomona College 1903, M.A. Yale 

University 1907. 
Dissertation: A study of reaction-movements (Published in 

Yale Psychological Studies, New series, 2:55-155. Lancaster, 

Pa., 1914-) 
Principal, Mills School, Mid-Pacific Institute, Honolulu, H. I. 

igii 

Herbert Norton Loomis, B.A. Harvard University 1901, M.A. 

Columbia University 1909. 
Dissertation: Some aspects of the rural-school problem in 

southern New England. 
Director, Smith's Agricultural School and Northampton School 

of Industries, Northampton, Mass. 

Arthur James Todd, B.L. University of California 1904. 

Dissertation: The family in primitive education. (Incorporated 
in the following: The primitive family as an educational 
agencj'', G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1913.) 

Professor of Sociology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

1913 
Charles Andrew Armstrong Bennett, B.A. Oxford University 

1908. 
Dissertation: The cognitive value of the mystic experience. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Yale College. 

Samuel L. Eby, B.A. Ohio Northern University, 1909, M.A. Yale 

University 191 1. 
Dissertation: German educational practice in the eighteenth 

century. 
High School Inspector, Department of Public Instruction, 

Columbus, O. 

John Trumbull Metcalf, B.A. Yale University 1910, M.A. Yale 

University 191 1. 
Dissertation: An experimental study of conscious attitudes. 
Instructor in Psychology, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 



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Herbert Parsons Patterson, B.A. Wesleyan University 1908, 

M.A. 191 1, M.A. Yale University 191 1. 
Dissertation: An extension of the "Pure Experience" philosophy 

of William James. 
Professor of Education and Philosophy, Dakota Wesleyan 

University, Mitchell, S. D. 

Solomon Luther Reed, B.A. Susquehanna University 1908, M.A. 

1910, M.A. Yale University 191 1. 
Dissertation: The value of introspection. 

Professor of Education and Psychology, Gustavus Adolphus 
College, St. Peter, Minn. 

1915 
Albert Edwin Avey, B.A. Yale University 1908, M.A. 1909. 
Dissertation: An analysis of the process of conceptual cognition 

(Published by Reuter and Kieneman, Cincinnati, 1916.) 
Associate in Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa 

Muriel Bacheler (Mrs. Edgar B. Dawkins), B.A. Wellesley 

College 1912. 
Dissertation: Mysticism, an epistemological problem. (Printec 

by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, New Havenj 

1916.) 
259 Alden Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Orville Anderson Petty, B.A. Muskingum College 1898, B.D, 
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 1901, M.A. Colorado 
College 1905. 

Dissertation: The interpretation of the Meno of Plato. 

Pastor, Plymouth Congregational Church, New Haven, Conn. 

John Jeffrey Smith, B.A. Bethany College (W. Va.) 1908, M.A. 

1909, B.D. Yale University 1912, M.A. 1912. 
Dissertation: Direct and indirect methods of teaching morals: 

a historical and psychological study. 
Minister, Cadiz Christian Church, Cadiz, O. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 

Abel, 1903 Bacheler, 1915 

Aikins, 1891 Baker, 1903 

Avey, 19 1 5 Beard, 1892 



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Beck, 1892 
Benedict, 1903 
Bennett, 1913 
Bliss, 1893 
Blomgren, 1893 
Britan, 1902 
Brown, 1901 
Buchner, 1893 
Burton, 1907 
Cameron, A., 1900 
Cameron, E. H., 1906 
Churchill, 1901 
Cockayne, 1908 
Cory, 1905 
Cowling, 1909 
Cranford, 1895 
Cutler, 1896 
Cutten, 1902 
Davies, A. E., 1898 
Davies, H., 1896 
Davis, 1901 
Eby, 1913 
Fairchild, 1904 
Freeman, 1908 
Gilbert, 1894 
Green, 1897 
Hegstrom, 1894 
Hess, 1899 
Hitchcock, 1900 
Hood, 1902 
Hume, 1901 
Hurst, 1905 
Jacobson, 1889 
Johnson, 1899 
Kawabe, 1904 
Kendall, 1899 
Krohn, 1889 
*Kudo, 1903 
Lenfest, 1905 
Light, 1893 
Lloyd, 1898 
Loomis, 1911 



McAllister, 1900 
McLane, 1889 
Manship, 1901 
Martin, 1905 
Matsumoto, 1899 
Metcalf, 1913 
Miyake, 1901 
Montgomery, 1901 
Moore, 1895 
Morgan, 1895 

*Morita, 1892 
Mutch, 1894 
Nakashima, 1889 
Park, 1904 
Patterson, 1913 
Petty, 1915 

♦Phelps, 1874 
Porter, 1889 
Quittmeyer, 1904 
Rail, 1903 
Reed, 1913 
Richards, 1894 
Riley, 1902 
Runkle, 1893 
Sargent, 1905 
Seashore, 1895 
Shumaker, 1902 
Smith, J. J., 1915 

*Smith, T. L., 1896 
Sneath, 1890 
Stearns, 1898 
Taylor, 1901 
Ten Broeke, 1891 
Todd, 191 1 
Veblen, 1884 
Wallin, 1901 
Warfield, 1893 
Warnock, 1899 
Weigle, 1905 
Williams, 1909 
Withers, 1904 
Zehring, 1897 



DEPARTMENT UNDETERMINED 



1861 
Eugene Schuyler, B.A. Yale University 1859, LL.B. Columbia 

University 1863. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 
United States Consul to Moscow, Minister Residentiary to Rou- 

mania, Servia, and Greece, and Consul-General, Constantinople. 
Died 1890. 

1866 
Charles Fraser MacLean, B.A. Yale University 1864, J.U.D. Uni- 
versity of Berlin 1869. 
Dissertation: A critique of John Stuart Mill's examination of 

Hamilton's philosophy. 
Justice of Supreme Court of New York State (1869-Dec. 1900). 
2122 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

1869 
Edward Thomson Nelson, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 1866. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 

Assistant in Mineralogy, Professor of Natural History, Physiol- 
ogy, and Geology, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, O. 
Died 1897. 

1872 
Richard Chapman Weldon, B.A. Mount Allison College 1866, 

M.A. 1870. 
Dissertation: Contrabrand of war. 

Dean of Law School, George Munro Professor of Constitutional 
and International Law, and Lecturer on Shipping, Dalhousie 
University, Halifax, N. S. (Retired.) 
"The Brae," Dartmouth, N. S. 

1873 
Charles Pomeroy Otis, B.A, Yale University 1861. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 

Professor of Modern Languages, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, Boston, Mass. 
Died 1888. 



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1875 
Neander Nicholas Cronholm, B.A. Pennsylvania College 1873, 

LL.B. New York University 1876. 
Dissertation: The development of the Swedish constitution. 
(Incorporated in his History of Sweden, published in Chicago, 
New York, London, 1902.) 
Lawyer, Wilmette, 111. 

Nathan Willard Harris, B.A. Bates College 1873. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 
Lawyer, and Mayor, Auburn, Me. 
Died 1902. 

1876 
Edward Sheffield Cowles, B.A. Yale University 1873. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 
Died 1883. 

1877 
John Gary Boals, B.A. Macon College 1869. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 
Covington, Tenn. 

Anton Sander, B.A. Luther College 1874. 
Dissertation: (Title not known.) 
Died 1881. 

1878 
John Wesley Peck, B.A. Yale University 1874. 
Dissertation: Subject: A review of some old French poem. (Exact 

title not known.) 
Superintendent of Schools, Derby, Conn. (1893-1912). 
269 Caroline St., Derby, Conn. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.) 

Boals, 1877 *Otis, 1873 

*Cowles, 1876 Peck, 1878 

Cronholm, 1875 *Sander, 1877 

*Harris, 1875 *Schuyler, 1861 

MacLean, 1866 Weldon, 1872 
*Nelson, 1869 



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Abbe, Elisabeth F., 1903, Classics 19 

Abbott, Ellen C, 1900, German 40 

Abbott, Frank F., 1891, Classics 15 

Abel, Annie H., 1905, History 165 

Abel, George F., 1903, Philosophy and Education 179 

Abernethy, Julian W., 1878, English ' 45 

Adams, Arthur, 1905, English 54 

Adams, Eleanor N., 1914, English 61 

Adams, John C, 1904, English 54 

Adams, Warren A., 1896, German 40 

Agard, Harry L., 1911, Mathematics 74 

AiKiNS, Herbert A., 1891, Philosophy and Education 172 

Aimes, Hubert H. S., 1905, History 165 

♦Albro, Alice H., 1898, Physiological Chemistry, etc 124 

Alcock, Frederick J., 1915, Geology I47 

Alden, Carroll S., 1903, English 53 

Alexander, Arthur C, 1895, Physics 79 

Allen, James T., 1898, Classics 17 

Allen, May A., 1908, Classics 21 

♦Allen, Oscar D., 1871, Chemistry 86 

Allison, William T., 1910, English 58 

Ambler, Joseph A., 1913, Chemistry no 

Amerman, George L., 1892, Physiological Chemistry, etc 123 

Anderson, Frederick, 1915, Romance Languages 38 

Anderson, Luther, 1907, History 166 

Andreen, Gustav a., 1898, German 40 

Andrews, Clarence E., 1912, English 59 

Armsby, Henry P., 1879, Chemistry 87 

AsAKAWA, Kan-Ichi, 1902, History 163 

Ashley, Raymond H., 1906, Chemistry 100 

♦Atwater, William O., 1869, Chemistry 86 

Austin, Martha, 1898, Chemistry 91 

AvEY, Albert E., 1915, Philosophy and Education 184 

Bacheler, Muriel, 191 5, Philosophy and Education 184 

Bacon, Susan A., 1911, German 43 

Bailey, Edward M., Jr., 1910, Physiological Chemistry, etc. . . . 130 

Bailey, William B., 1896, Social Sciences 150 



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Baitsell, George A., 1914, Zoology, etc 121 

Baker, George M., 1905, German 41 

Baker, Thomas N., 1903, Philosophy and Education 179 

Baldwin, Edward C., 1898, English 48 

Baldwin, Ernest H., 1901, History 162 

Ball, Stanley C, 1915, Zoology, etc 122 

Barber, Kate G., 1906, Botany 116 

Barbour, Alice M., 1913, English 59 

Barbour, Amy L., 1902, Classics 19 

Barbour, Erwin H., 1887, Geology 137 

♦Barker, Mrs. Charles A. (Albro), 1898, Physiological 

Chemistry, etc 124 

Barnes, Bayard, 1898, Chemistry 91 

Barney, Ida, 191 1, Mathematics 74 

Barnum, Charlotte C, 1895, Mathematics 68 

Barrell, Joseph, 1900, Geology 139 

Barss, William R., 1912, Physics 83 

♦Bartlett, Arthur H., 1904, English 54 

Bartley, William T., 1895, Classics 15 

Bassett, Samuel E., 1905, Classics 20 

Bateman, Alan M., 1913, Geology 146 

Bates, Joseph S., 1915, Chemistry 113 

Bauer, John, 1908, Social Sciences 154 

Baumann, Emil J., 1915, Physiological Chemistry, etc 134 

Beach, Frederick E., 1893, Physics 78 

Beadle, John, 1894, Classics 15 

Beard, Gerald H., 1892, Philosophy and Education 172 

Beardsley, Alling p., 1902, Chemistry 94 

Beck, Lars H., 1892, Philosophy and Education 172 

Beckwith, Isbon T., 1872, Classics 10 

Beebe, Silas P., 1904, Physiological Chemistry, etc 127 

♦Beecher, Charles E., 1889, Geology 137 

Beggs, Gertrude H., 1904, Classics 20 

Benedict, Mary K., 1903, Philosophy and Education 180 

Benedict, Stanley R., 1908, Physiological Chemistry, etc 128 

Bengis, Robert, 1913, Chemistry no 

Benham, Allen R., 1905, English 55 

Benjamin, Gilbert G., 1907, History 166 

Bennett, Charles A. A., 1913, Philosophy and Education 183 

Berdan, John M., 1899, English 50 

Bidwell, Percy W.^ 1915, Social Sciences 158 

Bill, Earl G,, 1908, Mathematics 72 



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PAGE 

Billings, Anna H., 1898, English 48 

Bishop, Avard L., 1906, Social Sciences 154 

BissELL, Leslie D., 1896, Physics 79 

Blackwell, Henry D., 1903, English 53 

Blake, John C, 1903, Chemistry 95 

Blakslee, Thomas M., 1880, Mathematics 66 

Blatherwick, Norman R., 1914, Physiological Chemistry, etc. 133 

Bliss, Charles B., 1893, Philosophy and Education 173 

Blomgren, Carl A., 1893, Philosophy and Education 173 

Blood, Alice P., 1910, Physiological Chemistry, etc. 130 

Blumenthal, Philip L., 1912, Chemistry 108 

BoALS, John C, 1877, Department undetermined 187 

BoGGS, Theodore H., 1908, Social Sciences 155 

BoLTWooD, Bertram B., 1897, Chemistry 90 

BosTWicK, Arthur E., 1883, Physics 78 

BoswoRTH, Rowland S., 191 i, Chemistry 107 

BoucHET, Edward A., 1876, Physics 78 

♦Bourne, Edward G., 1892, History 159 

BowDEN, Joseph, Jr., 1897, Physics 79 

Bowen, Clarence W., 1882, History 159 

Bowman, Isaiah, 1909, Geology 143 

Brackett, James R., 1880, English 45 

Bradley, Harold C, 1905, Physiological Chemistry, etc 127 

Bradley, Walter M., 1908, Chemistry 102 

Bradner, Lester, Jr., 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Bradshaw, Margaret R., 1902, English 51 

♦Brandelle, David W., 1908, History 166 

Brautlecht, Charles A., 1912, Chemistry 109 

Bristol, Howard S., 1905, Chemistry 99 

Britan, Halbert H., 1902, Philosophy and Education 178' 

Britton, Wilton E., 1903, Botany 116 

♦Broatch, James W., 1898, English 49 

Bronson, Howard L., 1904, Physics 81 

Brown, David W., 1878, Classics 11 

Brown, Ernest W., 1900, Physiological Chemistry, etc 125 

Brown, Harry G., 1909, Social Sciences 155 

Brown, Herbert S., 1908, Semitic Languages 32 

Brown, James, 1905, Chemistry 99 

Brown, Lester D., 1903, Classics 19 

Brown, Theodore H., 1913, Mathematics 75 

Brown, William A., 1901, Philosophy and Education 177 

Browning, Philip E., 1892, Chemistry 88 



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PAGE 

Brownson, Carleton L., 1897, Classics 17 

Brubacher, Abraham R., 1902, Classics 19 

Bruce, Harold L., 1915, English 62 

Buchner, Edward F., 1893, Philosophy and Education 173 

Buck, Carl D., 1889, Classics 14 

BuLAND, Mable E., 1909, English 57 

♦BuMSTEAD, Arthur, 1900, Semitic Languages 31 

Bumstead, Henry A., 1897, Physics 79 

BuNN, Henry W., 1896, English 47 

Bunnell, Frank S., 1903, Classics 19 

Burgess, Horace T., 1909, Mathematics 73 

BuRNAM, John M., 1886, Classics 13 

Burnham, Gerald, 1912, Chemistry « 109 

BuRNHAM, Josephine M., 1910, English 58 

Burr, Harold S., 1915, Zoology, etc 122 

Burton, Marion L., 1907, Philosophy and Education 182 

Bush, Katharine J., 1901, Zoology, etc 120 

Bushnell, Curtis C, 1895, Classics 16 

Bushnell, George E., 1878, Classics 11 

Cairnes, DeLorme D., 1910, Geology 144 

Cameron, Alexander, 1900, Philosophy and Education 177 

Cameron, Edward H.. 1906, Philosophy and Education 182 

Camp, Burton H., 191 1, Mathematics 74 

Campbell, Mrs. George N. (Buland), 1909, English 57 

Campbell, Marian D., 1907, English 56 

Canby, Henry S., 1905, English 55 

Capps, Edward, 1891, Classics IS 

Carnahan, David H., 1905, Romance Languages 37 

Carter, Henry H., 1914, English 61 

Case, Shirley J., 1906, Semitic Languages 31 

Caskey, Lacey D., 1912, Classics 23 

Castle, Clarence F., 1888, Classics 13 

♦Castor, George D., 1907, Semitic Languages 32 

Chase, Frank H., 1896, English 47 

Chase, Frederick L., 1891, Mathematics 67 

Chen, Chin-Tao, 1906, Social Sciences I54 

Chernoff, Lewis H., 1914, Chemistry 112 

Chittenden, Russell H., 1880, Physiological Chemistry, etc. . . 123 

Chunn, Mark W., 1888, Semitic Languages 27 

Church, Howard W., 1913, German 43 

Churchill, William, 1901, Philosophy and Education 177 



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Claghorn, Kate H., 1896, Social Sciences 150 

Clapp, Edward B., 1886, Classics 13 

Clapp, Samuel H., 1908, Chemistry 102 

Clark, Charles U., 1903, Classics 19 

Clark, Clarence C, 1903, English 53 

Clark, Evert M., 191 i, English 58 

Cleaveland, Elizabeth W., 1910, English 58 

Cleland, Herdman p., 1900, Geology 139 

Cockayne, Charles A., 1908, Philosophy and Education 182 

Coe, Wesley R., 1895, Zoology, etc 120 

Cohen, George H., 1914, Classics 24 

Cole, Erma E., 1910, Classics 22 

♦Collier, Peter, 1866, Chemistry 86 

Collings, Harry T., 1910, German 43 

Collins, Edward D., 1899, History 161 

CoLTON, Arthur W., 1893, English 46 

Conover, Henry H., 1907, Ma'thematics 72 

Cook, Mrs. Albert S. (Merrill), 1910, English 58 

Cooke, Charles M., Jr., 1901, Botany 116 

Cooksey, Charlton D., 1909, Physics 82 

Cooper, Bessie D., 191 1, History 168 

CoRBiN, Alberta L., 1901, German 41 

Corley, Ames H., 1914, Romance Languages 38 

Cory, Charles E., 1905, Philosophy and Education 181 

Coulter, Charles W., 1914, Social Sciences 157 

♦CowLES, Edward S., 1876, Department undetermined 187 

Cowling. Donald J., 1909, Philosophy and Education 183 

Cramblet, Wilbur H., 1913, Mathematics 75 

Crandall, Clark E., 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Cranford, William L, 1895. Philosophy and Education 174 

Crawford, Ralph D., 1913, Geology 146 

Creelman, Harlan, 1894, Semitic Languages 29 

Cressman, Edmund D., 1913, Classics 23 

Cronholm, Neander N., 1875, Department undetermined 187 

Cross, Wilbur L., 1889, English ; 45 

CuLBERTSON, WiLLiAM S., 1911, Social Scicnccs 156 

CuMiNGS, Edgar R., 1903, Geology 140 

Cummins, George W., 1887, Physiological Chemistry, etc 123 

Curtis, Robert W., 1904, Chemistry 96 

CuRTS, Paul, 1909, German 42 

Cutler, Anna A., 1896, Philosophy and Education 175 

Cutler, James E., 1903, Social Sciences 153 

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CuTTEN, George B., 1902, Philosophy and Education 179 

Dadourian, Haroutune M., 1906, Physics 81 

Dahl, George, 1913, Semitic Languages 34 

♦Dahl, Olaus, 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Dana, Edward S., 1876, Geology 136 

Daniels, Amy L., 1912, Physiological Chemistry, etc 132 

Daniels, Archibald L., Jr., 1912, Mathematics 75 

Daniels, John H., 1892, Semitic Languages 29 

Davidson, Charles, 1892, English 46 

Davies, Arthur E., 1898, Philosophy and Education 175 

Davif^, Henry, 1896. Philosophy and Education 175 

Davis, George W., 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Davis, Walter W., 1901, Philosophy and Education 177 

Dawkins, Mrs. Edgar B. (Bacheler), 191 5, Philosophy and 

Education 184 

Day, Arthur L., 1894, Physics 79 

Day, Clive, 1899, History 161 

Dean, Arthur L., 1902, Physiological Chemistry, etc 126 

Dean, Ernest W., 1914, Chemistry 112 

Deane, Sidney N., 1914, Classics 24 

Deforest, Frederick M., 1898, Classics 17 

Deforest, John B., 191 5, Romance Languages 38 

Deforest, Lee, 1899, Physics 79 

Dewing, Henry B., 1908, Classics 21 

Dickerman, Elizabeth S., 1896, Mathematics 68 

Dickinson, Mrs. George L. (Lovewell), 1898, English 49 

DoDD, Edward L., 1904, Mathematics 71 

Dodd, Loring H., 1907, English 56 

Dodge, Louise P., 1900, Classics 18 

Dondlinger, Peter T., 1904, Social Sciences 153 

Downs, Charles R., 1912, Chemistry 109 

Downs, Edgar S., 1901, Physics 80 

Dox, Arthur W., 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc 129 

Drushel, William A., •■1908, Chemistry 103 

Drysdale, Charles W., 1912, Geology 145 

♦DuBois, Augustus J., 1873, Mathematics 65 

DuBuY, Jean, 1894, Social Sciences 150 

♦Dudley, Charles B., 1874, Chemistry 87 

Dunn, John J., 1898, Romance Languages 36 

Dunning, Harry W., 1897, Semitic Languages 30 

Durham, Willard H., 1909, English 57 



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DwiGHT, WiNTHROP E., 1895, Social Sciences 150 

Easton, Morton W., 1872, Classics 10 

Eaton, George F., 1898, Geology 138 

Eby, Samuel L., 1913, Philosophy and Education 183 

Edgar, Graham, 1909, Chemistry 104 

♦Edgren, August H., 1874, Classics 11 

Edwards, Alba M., 1906, Social Sciences I54 

Eldridge, Jay G., 1906, German 42 

Elkins, Marion G., 1912, Botany 117 

♦Elofson, Carl, 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Emerson, Sara A., 1903, Semitic Languages 31 

Emery, Wilson B,, 1914, Geology 146 

Evans, Alexander W., 1899, Botany 116 

EwELL, Arthur W., 1899, Physics 80 

Fairbanks, Charlotte, 1896, Chemistry 89 

Fairchild, Arthur H. R., 1904, Philosophy and Education 180 

Fairchild, Fred R., 1904, Social Sciences I53 

Fairchild, Henry P., 1909, Social Sciences 155 

Farr, Hollon a., 1904, German 41 

Farrington, Oliver C, 1891, Geology 137 

Ferguson, James F., 1912, History 168 

Field, Arthur S., 1909, Social Sciences 155 

Fine, Morris S., 191 i, Physiological Chemistry, etc 131 

Fisher, Irving, 1891, Social Sciences 149 

Flint, William R., 1909, Chemistry 104 

Flora, Charles P., 1905, Chemistry 99 

♦Fogelberg, Joseph, 1905, German 41 

Foley, Emily H., 1902, English 52 

FooTE, Harry W., 1898, Chemistry 92 

Forbes, Edwin H., 1895, Geology 138 

Ford, William E,, 1903, Geology 140 

Foster, Mrs. Allyn K. (Foley), 1902, English 52 

Foster, Ora D., 1911, Semitic Languages 33 

Fowler, Henry T., 1896, Semitic Languages 30 

Freeman, Frank N., 1908, Philosophy and Education 182 

♦Fullerton, Edward G., 1896, English 47 

Gage, George E., 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc 129 

Gaines, John M., 1900, Social Sciences 152 

Gale, Arthur S., 1901, Mathematics ' 69 

Galpin, Stanley L., 1904, Romance Languages 37 



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Game, Josiah B., 1909, Classics 22 

Garver, Milton S., 1904, Romance Languages zi 

Geis, Silas W., 1901, History 163 

Geiser, Karl F., 1900, History 162 

*GiBBS, JosiAH W., 1863, Physics 'J'] 

Gibson, Robert B., 1906, Physiological Chemistry, etc 128 

GiES, William J., 1897, Physiological Chemistry, etc 124 

Gilbert, Joshua A., 1894, Philosophy and Education 174 

Gilbert, Ralph D., 1904, Chemistry 97 

Girty, George H., 1894, Geology 137 

Goldschmidt, Samuel, 1914, Physiological Chemistry, etc. ... 133 

GooDELL, Thomas D., 1884, Classics 12 

♦GooDSPEED, George S., 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Graham, Mary, 1895, Social Sciences 150 

Granville, William A., 1897, Mathematics 68 

Graves, Arthur H., 1907, Botany 117 

♦Graves, Joseph A., 1878, Classics 12 

Green, Gervase, 1897, Philosophy and Education 175 

Greene, Maria L., 1895, History 160 

Gregory, Herbert E., 1899, Geology 138 

Griffiths, William, 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Grinnell, George B., 1880, Geology 136 

Gruener, Gustav, 1896, German 40 

Gruener, Hippolyte, 1893, Chemistry 88 

GuBELMANN, Albert E., 1907, German 42 

Guest, Herbert H., 1912, Chemistry 109 

Gundelfinger, George F., 1909, Mathematics 73 

Guy, Harvey H., 1903, History 164 

Haigazian, Armenag H., 1898, Semitic Languages 30 

Haigh, Frank L., 1912, Chemistry 109 

Hale, Frank E., 1902, Chemistry 95 

Hale, Will T., 1914, English 61 

Hale, William H., 1863, Classics 9 

Hall, Arthur P., 1886, Classics 13 

Hall, Asaph, 1889, Mathematics (i"] 

Hallander, Lars J. E., 1905, German 41 

Hamilton, Herbert F., 1907, English 56 

Hanford, George A., 1902, Physiological Chemistry, etc 126 

Hanscom, Elizabeth D., 1894, English 46 

Hargrove, Henry L., 1902, English 52 

Harlow, Ralph V., 1913, History 169 



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Harmon, Austin M., 1908, Classics 22 

♦Harper, William R., 1875, Classics 11 

♦Harrington, Bernard J., 1871, Chemistry 86 

Harris, Ella I., 1899, English 50 

Harris, Isaac F., 1915, Physiological Chemistry, etc 134 

Harris, Lynn H., 1914, English 61 

Harris, Martha A.. 1896, English 47 

♦Harris, Nathan W., 1875, Department undetermined 187 

Harrison, Frederick B., 1908, English 57 

Harstrqm, Carl A., 1899, Classics 18 

Hart, Joseph H., 1900, Physics 80 

Harvey, Ruth S., 1908, Geology 142 

Harwell, Robert R., 191 5, Semitic Languages 34 

♦Haskell, Willabe, 1876, Classics 11 

Hastings, Charles S., 1873, Physics ^^ 

Hathaway, Charles M., Jr., 1902, English 52 

Havemeyer, Loomis, 1915, Social Sciences 158 

Havens, Franke S., 1899, Chemistry 92 

Hawkes, Herbert E., 1900, Mathematics 69 

Heath, Fred H., 1909, Chemistry 104 

Hedrick, Henry B., 1915, Mathematics 75 

♦Heermance, Theodore W., 1898, Classics 17 

Hegstrom, Victor H., 1894, Philosophy and Education 174 

Hemingway, Samuel B., 1908, English 57 

Henderson, Yandell, 1898, Physiological Chemistry, etc 125 

Hendrix, Byron M., 1915, Physiological Chemistry, etc 134 

Henry, Aurelia I., 1905, English 55 

Hess, William M., 1899, Philosophy and Education 176 

Hewes, Laurence L, 1901, Mathematics 69 

Hewitt, Mary C, 1901, History 163 

Heyl, Frederick W., 1908, Chemistry 103 

HiLDiTCH, Warren W., 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc. ... 129 

♦Hileman, Albert, 1906, Chemistry 100 

Hill, Arthur J., 1913, Chemistry no 

Hill, David U., 1913, Chemistry no 

Hill, Raymond T., 191 i, Romance Languages 38 

HiLLHousE, James T., 1914, English 61 

Hitchcock, Clara M., 1900, Philosophy and Education 177 

Hoffman, Charles, 1912, Chemistry no 

Hogan, Albert G., 1914, Physiological Chemistry, etc 133 

Holden, Louis H., 1903, Semitic Languages 31 

Holder, Francis J., 1908, Mathematics 'JZ 



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Holt, Lucius H., 1905, English 55 

Hood, Joseph F., 1902, Philosophy and Education 179 

Hooker, Davenport, 1912, Zoology, etc 121 ■ 

Hooker, Henry D., Jr., 1915, Botany 118 

HoRSWELL, Charles, 1891, Semitic Languages 28 

Hovey, Edmund O., 1889, Geology : 137 

Howe, William T. H., 1896, Chemistry 90 

Hubbell, Harry M., 1913, Classics 24 

Hull, Albert W., 1909, Physics 82 

Hull, Mrs. Albert W. (Walker), 1909, Mathematics 73 

Hulst, Nelson P., 1870, Chemistry 86 

Hume, Robert E., 1901, Philosophy and Education 177 

Hunt, Agnes, 1900, History 162 

♦Hunt, Washington L, 1892, Classics 15 

Huntington, Ellsworth, 1909, Geology 143 

Hurst, Albert S., 1905, Philosophy and Education 181 

Hyde, Edmund M., 1882, Qassics 12 

Ichihara, Morihiro, 1892, Social Sciences 149 

Ingersoll, James W. D., 1894, Classics IS 

Ingham, Charles S., 1896, Classics 16 

Jackson, Holmes C, 1899, Physiological Chemistry, etc. 125 

Jacobson, Fritz, 1889, Philosophy and Education 171 

Jamieson, George S., 1904, Chemistry 97 

Jenkins, Edward H., 1879, Chemistry 87 

Jensen, Gerard E., 1913, English 60 

Johns, Carl O., 1906, Chemistry loi 

Johnson, Carl W., 1904, German 41 

Johnson, Jesse B., 1895, Mathematics 68 

Johnson, Treat B., 1901, Chemistry 93 

Johnson, William S., 1905, English 55 

Johnson, William S., 1899, Philosophy and Education 176 

Jones, David B., 1910, Chemistry 106 

Jones, John L., 1911, Mathematics 74 

Jones, Louis C, 1899, Chemistry 92 

JuDsoN, Alexander C., 1911, English 59 

Kawabe, Jiroku, 1904, Philosophy and Education 180 

Kawanaka, Kannosuke, 1909, Semitic Languages 33 

♦Keep, Robert P., 1869, Classics 9 

Keiser, Clarence E., 1912, Semitic Languages 33 



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Keller, Albert G., 1899, Social Sciences 151 

Kellogg, George D., 1898, Classics 18 

Kellum, Margaret D., 1905, English 55 

Kendall, Edward G., 1899, Philosophy and Education 176 

Kennedy, David A., 1878, Classics 12 

Kent, Charles F., 1891, Semitic Languages 29 

Kerlin, Robert T., 1906, English S6 

Kershner, Jefferson E., 1885, Mathematics (i(> 

Kilbourne, Frederick W., 1897, English 48 

Kimura, Shunkichi, 1896, Mathematics ' 68 

Kindle, Edward M., 1899, Geology i39 

Kirkham, William B., 1907, Zoology, etc 121 

Kleiner, Israel S., 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc 129 

Klingberg, Frank J., 191 1, History 168 

Knox, James H. M., Jr., 1894, Physiological Chemistry, etc. . . 124 

KoHMANN, Edward F., 1915, Chemistry 113 

Kreider, David A., 1895, Chemistry 89 

Krohn, William O., 1889, Philosophy and Education 171 

*KuD0, TozABURO, 1903, Philosophy and Education i8o 

KuNKEL, Beverly W., 1905, Zoology, etc 120 

KuziRiAN, Simon B., 1913, Chemistry iii 

Lagerquist, Walter E., 191 i. Social Sciences 156 

Lamond, John K., 1910, Mathematics TZ 

Laney, Francis B., 1908, Geology 143 

Langley, Ralph W., 1910, Chemistry 106 

Lanman, Charles R., 1873, Classics 10 

Larson, Joshua, 1901, Mathematics 70 

Lathrop, William G., 1909, Social Sciences 156 

Latourette, Kenneth S., 1909, History 167 

Law, Jessie M., 1901, History 163 

Lawrence, Henry W., Jr., 1910, History 167 

Lawton, Ellis E., 1906, Physics 82 

Learned, Dwight W., 1873, Classics 10 

Learned, Henry B., 1909, History 167 

Lenfest, Bertram A., 1905, Philosophy and Education 181 

Lent, Frederick, 1906, Semitic Languages Z'^^ 

Lester, Oliver C, 1904, Physics 81 

Lewis, Charlton M., 1898, English 49 

Lewis, Howard B., 1913, Physiological Chemistry, etc 132 

Lewis, Robert C, 1912, Physiological Chemistry, etc 132 

LicHTi, Otto, 191 i, Semitic Languages 33 



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LiDDLE, Leonard M., 1909, Chemistry 105 

Light, Jeremiah K., 1893, Philosophy and Education 173 

LiNHART, George A., 1913, Chemistry iii 

Linton, Edwin, 1890, Zoology, etc 119 

Little, Charles N., 1885, Mathematics 66 

Lloyd, Warren E., 1898, Philosophy and Education 176 

Lockhart, Clinton, 1894, Semitic Languages 30 

Lockwood, Edwin H., 1901, Mathematics 70 

LocKwooD, Laura E., 1898, English 49 

LoNGLEY, William H., 1910, Zoology, etc 121 

LooMis, Francis E., 1866, Physics yj 

LooMis, Herbert N., 1911, Philosophy and Education 183 

Lord, Arthur P., 1899, History 161 

Lord, Louis E., 1908, Classics 22 

LouGHLiN, Gerald P., 1906, Geology 142 

LovELL, George B., 1909, German 42 

Lovewell, Bertha E., 1898, English 49 

LovEWELL, Joseph T., 1874, Physics 78 

Lowe, Walter L, 1897, History 160 

LuciAN, Arsene N., 1914, Physics 84 

Lumley, Fred E., 1912, Social Sciences 157 

. Luquiens, Frederick B., 1905, Romance Languages 37 

♦Luquiens, Jules, 1873, Classics 10 

Lyman, John F., 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc 130 

Lytle, Ernest B., 1908, Mathematics 72 

McAllister, Cloyd N., 1900, Philosophy and Education 177 

McClenon, Raymond B., 1905, Mathematics 71 

McCoLLUM, Elmer V., 1906, Chemistry loi 

McCoRMAc, Eugene L, 1901, History 163 

McCuNE, William P., 1912, English 59 

MacCurdy, George G., 1905, Social Sciences 154 

McFarland, Boynton W., 1896, Chemistry 90 

Macfarland, Charles S., 1899, Semitic Languages 30 

McFarland, David F., 1909, Chemistry 105 

McGouGAN, Alexander G., 1912, Physics 83 

McGregor, Ernest F., 1910, Social Sciences 156 

McLane, William W., 1889, Philosophy and Education 171 

MacLean, Charles F., 1866, Department undetermined 186 

MacLean, Mary E., 1905, English 56 

McVey, Frank L., 1895, Social Sciences 150 

Maddox, John L., 1914, Social Sciences 157 



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Madsen, Albert A., 1907, Semitic Languages 32 

Mallory, Herbert S., 1904, English 54 

*Manatt, James I., 1873, Classics 10 

Manship, Winfield S., 1901, Philosophy and Education 178 

Mar, Frederic W., 1891, Chemistry 87 

Marble, Fred E., 1897, Semitic Languages 30 

Martin, Herbert, 1905, Philosophy and Education 181 

Maryott, Carlton H., 191 1, Chemistry 107 

Mason, Lawrence, 1913, English 60 

Matsumoto, Matataro, 1899, Philosophy and Education 176 

Maxson, Ralph N., 1905, Chemistry 100 

Meara, Frank S., 1892, Physiological Chemistry, etc 124 

Medway, Herbert E., 1904, Chemistry 97 

Mendel, Lafayette B., 1893, Physiological Chemistry, etc. . . . 124 

Mendell, Clarence W., 1910, Classics 23 

Menge, George A., 1906, Chemistry loi 

Merriam, Henry F., 1903, Chemistry 96 

Merrill, Elizabeth, 1910, English 58 

Merrill, Helen A., 1903, Mathematics 70 

Merriman, Mansfield, 1876, Mathematics 65 

Metcalf, John T., 1913, Philosophy and Education 183 

Miller, Edwin C, 1910, Botany 117 

Miller, Frank J., 1892, Classics IS 

Miller, John M., 1915, Physics 84 

MiMS, Stewart L., 1912, History 169 

Minnig, Harley D., 1915, Chemistry 113 

Mitchell, James L., 1896, History 160 

Mitchell, Philip H., 1907, Physiological Chemistry, etc 128 

Mitchell, Sydney K., 1907, History 166 

Mitchell, Mrs. Sydney K. (Hewitt), 1901, History 163 

MiYAKE, IsHiRO, 1901, Philosophy and Education 178 

Montgomery, George R., 1901, Philosophy and Education .... 178 

Moody, Seth E., 1906, Chemistry 102 

Moore, Eliakim H., 1885, Mathematics 67 

Moore, Frank G., 1890, Classics 14 

♦Moore, Frederick W., 1890, Social Sciences 149 

Moore, John M,, 1895, Philosophy and Education 174 

MoREHEAD, James C, 1905, Mathematics 71 

Morgan, William C, 1899, Chemistry 93 

Morgan, William S., 1895, Philosophy and Education 174 

♦MoRiTA, Kumato, 1892, Philosophy and Education 173 

Morris, Mrs. Charles G. (Woodbridge), 1898, English 50 



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MuRCH, Herbert S., 1906, English 56 

Mutch, William J., 1894, Philosophy and Education 174 

Myers, Irene T., 1900, English 51 

Myers, Victor C, 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc 130 

Nakashima, Rikizo, 1889, Philosophy and Education 171 

♦Nelson, Edward T., 1869, Department undetermined 186 

Nettleton, George H., 1900, English 51 

Neuenschwander, Elise, 1913, Romance Languages 38 

Newton, Howard D., 1908, Chemistry 103 

Nichols, Edward W., 1913, Classics 24 

Nichols, George E., 1909, Botany 117 

Nichols, Robert H., 1896, English 47 

Nicholson, Edward K., 1900, Social Sciences 152 

Nicholson, Watson, 1903, English 53 

NicoLET, Ben H., 1913, Chemistry iii 

Noble, Levi P., 1909, Geology 143 

Noble, Willis C, Jr., 1913, Physiological Chemistry, etc 132 

Norton, John P., 1901, Social Sciences 152 

Norton, John T., Jr., 1901, Chemistry 94 

Notestein, Wallace, 1908, History 166 

Nutting, Herbert C, 1897, Classics 17 

Nye, Irene, 191 1, Classics 23 

Oertel, Hanns, 1890, Classics 14 

Olmsted, George K., 1898, Social Sciences 151 

Olsen, Julius, 1902, Physics 80 

O'Neill, John J., 1912, Geology 145 

Osborne, Thomas B., 1885, Chemistry 87 

Osgood, Charles G., 1899, English 50 

♦Otis, Charles P., 1873, Department undetermined 187 

Owen, Edward T., 1900, Classics 18 

♦Packard, Lewis R., 1863, Classics 9 

Padelford, Frederick M., 1899, English 50 

Page, Leigh, 1913, Physics 84 

Painter, Theophilus S., 1913, Zoology, etc 121 

Palmer, Edith S., 1914, German 43 

Palmer, Elizabeth H., 1905, Classics 21 

Palmer, Howard E., 1910, Chemistry 106 

Palmer, Margaretta, 1894, Mathematics 67 

Palmer, Walter H., 1914, Classics 24 



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Park, Mary I., 1904, Philosophy and Education 180 

Parker, William H., 1899, Physiological Chemistry, etc 125 

♦Parks, William H., 1888, Classics 14 

Parmelee, Julius H., 1910, Social Sciences 156 

Parry, John J., 1915, EngHsh 62 

Patterson, Gaylord H., 1890, Semitic Languages 27 

Patterson, Herbert P., 1913, Philosophy and Education 184 

Patterson, Robert A., 1915, Physics 85 

Payne, William B., 1877, Chemistry 87 

Pearson, Alfred J., 1896, German '. 40 

Pearson, Charles C, 1913, History 169 

Peck, Harvey W., 1913, English 60 

Peck, John W., 1878, Department undetermined 187 

Peirce, Alton W., 1896, Chemistry 90 

Peirce, Leona M,, 1899, Mathematics 69 

Peirce, Paul S., 1900, History 162 

♦Perkins, Claude C, 191 i. Chemistry 107 

Perkins, George H., 1869, Zoology, etc 119 

Perkins, Perry B., 1908, Physics 82 

Perrin, Bernadotte, 1873, Classics 10 

Peters, Charles A., 1901, Chemistry 94 

Peters, John P., 1876, Classics 11 

Petersen, Walter, 1908, Classics 22 

Peterson, Conrad A., 1906, History 165 

Peterson, Samuel, 1897, Social Sciences 151 

Petty, Orville A., 1915, Philosophy and Education 184 

Pharr, Clyde, 1910, Classics 23 

Phelps, Isaac K., 1897, Chemistry 91 

Phelps, Mrs. Isaac K. (Austin), 1898, Chemistry 91 

♦Phelps, Moses S., 1874, Philosophy and Education 171 

Phelps, Vergil V., 1910, History 168 

Phelps, William L., 1891, English 45 

♦Phillips, Andrew W., 1877, Mathematics 66 

Pierce, Frederick E., 1908, English 57 

Pierce, Frederick W., 1909, German 43 

Pitman, Frank W., 1914, History 169 

Platner, Samuel B., 1885, Classics 13 

Plimpton, Samuel J., 1912, Physics 84 

Pogue, Joseph E., 1909, Geology 143 

Pollard, Edward B., 1893, Semitic Languages 29 

Porter, Frank C, 1889, Philosophy and Education 172 

Pratt, Alexander, Jr., 1901, Social Sciences 152 



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Pratt, Joseph H., 1896, Geology 138 

Pratt, Julius H., Jr., 1887, Physics 78 

Price, Clifton, 1896, Oassics 16 

Prince, Walter F., 1899, History 161 

PuLMAN, Oscar S., Jr., 1903, Chemistry 96 

Quittmeyer, Ernest M., 1904, Philosophy and Education 180 

Rall, Edward E., 1903, Philosophy and Education 180 

Randall, David L., 1907, Chemistry 102 

Randall, Mrs. Herbert (Sawtelle), 1896, English 48 

Rather, Ethel Z., 1908, History 167 

Raymond, Percy E., 1905, Geology 142 

Reed, Edward B., 1896, English 47 

Reed, Solomon L., 1913, Philosophy and Education 184 

Reeds, Chester A., 1910, Geology 144 

Reedy, John H., 1915, Chemistry 113 

Reilly, Joseph J., 1912, English 59 

Reinecke, Leopold, 1914, Geology 146 

Reinhart, Mrs. George F. (Henry), 1905, English 55 

Rettger, Leo F., 1902, Physiological Chemistry, etc 126 

Reynolds, Artemus W., 1893, Semitic Languages 29 

Rice, Chauncey B., 1901, Physics 80 

Rice, John P., 1909, Romance Languages 38 

Rice, William N., 1867, Zoology, etc 119 

Richards, George S., 1894, Philosophy and Education 174 

Richardson, Robert K., 1902, History 163 

Richardson, Roland G. D., 1906, Mathematics 72 

♦Richardson, Rufus B., 1878, Classics 12 

Rider, Paul R., 1915, Mathematics 76 

Riley, Isaac W., 1902, Philosophy and Education 179 

Risteen, Allan D., 1903, Physics 81 

Roberts, Charlotte F., 1894, Chemistry 89 

Roberts, Edwin J., 191 1, Chemistry 108 

Roberts, Peter, 1901, Social Sciences 152 

Robertson, William S., 1903, History 164 

Robinson, Chalfant, 1902, History 164 

Robinson, Henry H., 1903, Geology 141 

Robinson, James J., 1888, Classics 14 

Robinson, Maurice H., 1902, Social Sciences IS3 

Robinson, William A., 1913, History 169 

♦RocKwooD, Charles G., Jr., 1866, Mathematics 65 

RocKWooD, Elbert W., 1904, Physiological Chemistry, etc 127 



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*RoGERS, Cornelia H. B., 1894, Romance Languages 36 

*RoGERS, Sara B., 1894, History 159 

Root, Robert K., 1902, English 52 

Rorer, William D., 1907, History 166 

Rose, Mrs. Anton R. (Swartz), 1909, Physiological Chem- 
istry, etc 130 

Rose, Bruce, 1913, Geology 146 

Rose, William C, 191 i, Physiological Chemistry, etc 131 

Runkle, Erwin W., 1893, Philosophy and Education 173 

Sage, Eben C, 1890, Semitic Languages 2'] 

Saiki, Tadasu, 1907, Physiological Chemistry, etc 128 

♦Sander, Anton, 1877, Department undetermined 187 

Sanders, Frank K., 1889, Semitic Languages 27 

Sanderson, James C, 191 i, Physics 83 

Sargent, Charles E., 1905, Philosophy and Education 181 

Sarle, Clifton J., 1906, Geology 142 

Savage, Thomas E., 1909, Geology 144 

♦Sawtelle, Alice E., 1896, English 48 

Saxton, Blair, 1915, Chemistry 1 14 

Schneider, Edward C, 1901, Physiological Chemistry, etc. ... 125 

Scholes, Samuel R., 191 i, Chemistry 108 

ScHREiBER, Carl F., 1914, German 44 

Schultz, William E., 1915, English 62 

Schumacher, Charles A., 1894, English 46 

*ScHUYLER, Eugene, 1861, Department undetermined 186 

Scott, George, 1890, Classics 14 

Scott, Mary A., 1894, English 46 

Scott, Walter M., 1915, Chemistry 114 

Seashore, Carl E., 1895, Philosophy and Education 175 

Sellards, Elias H., 1903, Geology 141 

Sellew, George T., 1898, Mathematics 68 

Seronde, Joseph, 191 5, Romance Languages 39 

Seymour, Charles, 1911, History 168 

Shackford, Martha H., 1901, English 51 

Shearin, Hubert G., 1902, English 52 

Sheldon, Ernest W., 1910, Mathematics 74 

Shepard, Norman A., 1913, Chemistry 112 

Shepard, William K., 1900, Physics 80 

*Shepardson, Daniel, Jr., 1891, Semitic Languages 29 

Shepardson, Francis W., 1892, History 159 

Sheridan, Susan S., 1902, English 52 



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Sherman, Lucius A., 1875, English 45 

Sherrick, Sarah M., 1896, History 160 

Sherwood, Margaret P., 1898, English 49 

Shumaker, Elmer E,, 1902, Philosophy and Education 179 

Skinner, Joseph J., 1876, Mathematics 66 

Sledd, Andrew, 1903, Classics 19 

Smith, Burke, 1904, Mathematics 71 

Smith, Clara E., 1904, Mathematics 71 

Smith, Ernest E., 1891, Physiological Chemistry, etc 123 

Smith, Herbert A., 1897, English 48 

Smith, John J., 1915, Philosophy and Education 184 

Smith, Percey F., 1891, Mathematics 67 

♦Smith, Theodate L., 1896, Philosophy and Education 175 

Smith, Thomas A., 1877, Mathematics 66 

Smyth, Mary W., 1910, English 58 

Sneath, Elias H., 1890, Philosophy and Education 172 

Snell, Florence M., 1914, English 62 

Snyder, Horace M., 1897, Physics 79 

Sperry, Joel A., 2d, 1914, Physiological Chemistry, etc 133 

Staaf, Oscar E., 1907, Romance Languages zi 

Staley, M. Victor, 1895, Classics 16 

Stanley, Frederick C, 1905, Geology 142 

Stanley, Louise, 191 i. Physiological Chemistry, etc 131 

♦Starkweather, George P., 1898, Mathematics 68 

Statiropoulos, Joannes G., 1905, Chemistry 100 

Stearns, Thomas C, 1898, Philosophy and Education 176 

Stehle, Raymond L., 1915, Physiological Chemistry, etc 134 

Stevens, Neil E., 1911, Botany 117 

Stevens, William O., 1903, English 53 

Stibitz, George, 1889, Semitic Languages 27 

Stookey, Lyman B., 1902, Physiological Chemistry, etc 126 

Stromquist, Carl E., 1903, Mathematics 70 

Strong, Frank, 1897, History 160 

Strong, Wendell M., 1898, Mathematics 69 

Sumner, George S., 1897, History 161 

Swain, Robert E., 1904, Physiological Chemistry, etc 127 

SwARTZ, Mary D., 1909, Physiological Chemistry, etc 130 

Sweeney, Margaret, 1901, English 51 

Takagi, Senjiro, 1910, Social Sciences 156 

Talbot, Mignon, 1904, Geology 141 

Tarbell, Frank B., 1879, Classics 12 



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Taylor, Emerson G., 1899, English 50 

Taylor, Robert L., 1900, Romance Languages 36 

Taylor, Thomas S., 1909, Physics 82 

Taylor, William J., 1901, Philosophy and Education 178 

Ten Broeke, James, 1891, Philosophy and Education 172 

Tennant, George B., 1907, English 57 

Terry, Mrs. Alfred H. (Campbell), 1907, English 56 

Tew, Susan D., 1895, Classics 16 

Textor, Lucy E., 1904, History 164 

Thompson, Elbert N. S., 1903, English '. 54 

Thompson, George C, 1896, Classics 16 

♦Thompson, Guy V., 1894, Classics i5 

Thompson, Maud, 1906, Classics 21 

Thompson, Wilmot H., 1906, Classics 21 

Thorne, Clifford, 1901, Social Sciences I53 

Thornton, William M., Jr., 1914, Chemistry 112 

Thorstenberg, Edward, 1904, German 41 

Thorstenberg, Herman J., 1906, History 165 

Tillotson, Edwin W., Jr., 1909, Chemistry 105 

TiLTON, Asa C, 1900, History 162 

Tinker, Chauncey B., 1902, English 53 

Todd, Arthur J., 191 1, Philosophy and Education 183 

Tolman, Herbert C, 1890, Classics ' 14 

Towles, John K., 1908, Social Sciences I55 

Troxell, Edward L, 1914, Geology 146 

Tucker, Emma C, 1913, English 60 

TucKEY, Edson N., 1904, Social Sciences I53 

TuKEY, Ralph H., 1906, Classics 21 

TuTTLE, William R., 1897, Social Sciences 151 

Twenhofel, William H., 1912, Geology 145 

Underhill, Frank P., 1903, Physiological Chemistry, etc 126 

Underwood, Charles E., 1912, Semitic Languages 34 

Valentine, William, 1900, Chemistry 93 

Van Buren, Albert W., 1915, Classics 24 

Van Deventer. Harry B., 1907, Classics 21 

Van Name, Ralph G., 1902, Chemistry 95 

Van Name, Willard G., 1898, Zoology, etc 120 

Veblen, Thorstein B., 1884, Philosophy and Education 171 

Vestling, Axel E., 1907, German 42 

Villa VASO, Mrs. Ernest J. (Rather), 1908, History 167 



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Wadlington, Mary E., 1914, English 62 

Wager, Charles H. A., 1895, English 47 

Wagner, Charles P., 1902, Romance Languages 36 

Wahlin, Gustaf E., 1906, Mathematics 72 

Walden, Percy T., 1896, Chemistry 90 

Walden, Mrs. Percy T. (Whittelsey), 1898, Social Sciences 151 

Walker, Claude P., 1897, Chemistry 91 

Walker, Curtis H., 1905, History 165 

Walker, Mary S., 1909, Mathematics 7^ 

Wallin, John E. W., 1901, Philosophy and Education 178 

Walradt, Henry P., 191 1, Social Sciences 157 

Ward, Arthur G., 1907, German 42 

Ward, Brownlee R., 1904, History 165 

Ward, Freeman, 1908, Geology 143 

Ward, Hiram L., 1909, Chemistry 106 

Warfield, Edwin A., 1893, Philosophy and Education 173 

Warnock, John D., 1899, Philosophy and Education 176 

Warren, Chakles H., 1899, Geology 139 

Waters, William E., 1887, Classics 13 

Weber, William, 1901, Semitic Languages 31 

Weigle, Luther A., 1905, Philosophy and Education 182 

Weldon, Richard C, 1872, Department undetermined 186 

Weller, Charles H., 1904, Classics 20 

Weller, Stuart, 1901, Geology 140 

Welles, Mary C, 1904, Classics 20 

Wells, John E., 1915, English 62 

Wells, Philip P., 1900, Social Sciences 152 

Westerfield, Ray B., 19 13, Social Sciences 157 

Westlund, Jacob, 1898, Mathematics 69 

Weston, Arthur H., 191 1, Classics 23 

Weston, Sidney A., 1903, Semitic Languages 31 

Wetmore, Monroe N., 1904, Classics 20 

Wheeler, Arthur L., 1896, Classics 16 

♦Wheeler, Henry L., 1893, Chemistry 89 

Wheeler, Lynde P., 1902, Physics 81 

Wheeler, Ruth, 1913, Physiological Chemistry, etc 133 

Wheelock, Frank E., 1910, Physics 83 

White, Albert B., 1898, History 161 

*White, Caroline L., 1898, English 49 

White, George B., 1903, Physiological Chemistry, etc 127 

White, Wilbert W., 1891, Semitic Languages 29 

Whitehead, Philip B., 1914, History 169 



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Whitman, Charles H., 1900, English 51 

Whitmore, John, 1892, Physics 78 

Whitney, Marian P., 1901, Romance Languages 36 

Whiton, James M., 1861, Classics 9 

Whittelsey, Sarah S., 1898, Social Sciences 151 

WiELAND, George R., 1900, Geology 140 

Wilcox, Alexander M., 1880, Classics 12 

Wilder, Amos P., 1892, Social Sciences 149 

Willard, Harley R., 1912, Mathematics 75 

Williams, Clarence R., 1912, Semitic Languages 34 

Williams, Henry S., 1871, Zoology, etc 119 

Williams, Merton Y,, 1912, Geology 145 

Williams, Robert D., 1909, Philosophy and Education 183 

Williams, Stanley T., 1915, English 63 

WiLLiSTON, Samuel W., 1885, Geology 136 

Wilson, Alfred M., 1889, Semitic Languages 27 

Wilson, David W., 1914, Physiological Chemistry, etc 134 

Wilson, Edwin B., 1901, Mathematics 70 

Wilson, Morley E., 1912, Geology 145 

Wilson, Wallace A., 191 1, Mathematics 75 

Winter, De, 1904, English 54 

Winton, Andrew L,, 1904, Chemistry 97 

Winton, Mrs. Andrew L. (Barber), 1906, Botany 116 

Withers, John W., 1904, Philosophy and Education 180 

WoLCOTT, John D., 1898, Classics 18 

♦Wolodarsky, Meyer, 1899, Semitic Languages 30 

Wood, George W., 1877, Social Sciences 149 

Wood, Ruth G., 1901, Mathematics 70 

Wood, William H., 1909, Semitic Languages 33 

Woodbine, George E., 1909, History 167 

Woodbridge, Elisabeth, 1898, English 50 

Woodrow, Jay W., 1913, Physics 84 

♦Worrall, John H., 1862, Mathematics 65 

Worthington, Euphemia R., 1908, Mathematics 73 

Wrenshall, Richard, 1915, Chemistry 114 

Wright, Alice L., 1901, English 51 

♦Wright, Arthur W., 1861, Physics 'J7 

Wright, Henry B., 1903, Classics 20 

Wright, Henry P., 1876, Classics 11 

Wright, Rose A., 1914, English 62 

Wright, William J., 1915, Geology I47 

Wylie, Laura J., 1894. English 46 



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YoKOYAMA, Masajiro, 1904, Social Sciences 153 

York, Harry C, 1908, Semitic Languages 32 

Young, George A., 1904, Geology 141 

Young, Helen L., 1910, History 168 

Young, Mary G., 1914, History 170 

YuASA, KicHiRO, 1891, Semitic Languages 29 

♦Zartman, Lester W., 1906, Social Sciences 154 

Zehring, Blanche, 1897, Philosophy 175 

Zimmerman, Charles H., 1897, Classics 17 



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