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HARVARD COLLEGE 



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SECRETARY'S FOURTH REPORT 



June, 191 5 



PRINTED FOR THE CLASS 



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Class (Tommittee 

NATHANIEL FARWELL AYER 

FREDERICK EZEKIEL BISSELL 

WILLIAM PHILLIPS 

Class Secretary 

ARTHUR DRINKWATER 

Class treasurer 

FRANCIS LEE HIGGINSON JR. 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Preface by the Secretary v 

Report op the Treasurer vii 

Class op 1900 — Graduates ix 

Temporary Members . . . . xvi 

Number in the Class xx 

Marriages and Births xx 

Records op the Class 1 

Deaths 471 

''Loot Men'' 473 

Occupations 474 

Geographical Distribution 481 

Addresses 493 



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PREFACE 

To the Class of Harvard 1900: 

With this Fourth Eeport I send my greetings to all the 
members of the Class and thank them for the time and trouble 
they have spent in helping me make up the volume. It ia 
no easy or pleasant task, I realize, for a busy man to sit down, 
and exhume dates and the exact details of his doings since we- 
left college. The fact that such a large proportion of the 
Class have sent me the desired information is one in which 
we may all find reason for satisfaction. 

On examining the records in this report it is apparent 
that all over the country the members of the Class coming to 
the front in all professions and occupations. This is inter- 
esting, but not surprising, for even when we were graduated 
it was evident that many of our men would win fame. The 
principal deduction to be drawn from the autobiographies as. 
a whole is that our men have the happy faculty of getting 
results. 

I am still anxious to obtain news of the following mem- 
bers of the Class, for whom I have no addresses, and I shall 
be grateful for information which will enable me to find 
them: 

William B. Ayers Stephen Higginson Jr. 

Leo LeG. Burley John D. Horgan 

John A. Child Louis La Maida 

Irving J. Cross Henry H. Lancaster 

George G. Dewsnap William J. Nagle 

Ralph C. Dunning George L. Richards 

Jacob P. Freeman Harry E. Stephenson 

Ira G. Webster 

Since the Third Class Report was published information^ 
has come to me that the following men have died : 
John Chandler Bancroft Davis 
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Benjamin Willis Farris 

Robert Dennis Arthur Ferguson 

Harry Henderson Greene 

William Perry Hager 

John Peter Hinchey 

Henry Joseph Hosmer 

Edward Whiting Howard 

Lowell Byms Judson 

Charles Haven Ladd 

Frederic William Morrison 

Louis Nelson 

George Munroe Gage Nichols 

Hermon Spencer Pinkham 

Christopher Royce 

Philip Sands 

William Stickney 

Caleb Van Husan Whitbeck 

I shall be glad to have mistakes in this volume called to 
my attention. . 

To the Harvard Alumni Association I render hearty thanks 
for its valuable assistance in preparing the material for our 
report. 

Welcome to the quindecennial reunion! 
Sincerely yours 

Arthur Drinkwater, Secretary. 
Boston, Mass., 

June 1, 1915 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

JANUARY 5, 1915 
Cash Account, May 1, 1910 to Jan. 5, 1915 
Receipts 
Balance Previous Report, $1,618.93 

Subscriptions, 318.46 

Repayment Class Report, 500.00 

Balance 10th Celebration, 501.14 

Income, 2,232.73 



Receipts from Sale of Securities 


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Kansas City Mo. Terminal Bonds, 


$ 995.00 




West End Street Railway Co., 


1,009.56 




Hilton-Dodge Lumber Co., 


500.00 




New York Tanning Extract Co., 


1,050.00 




McElwain Co. Preferred Stock, 


1,428.74 




U. S. M. S. & R. Co., Preferred Stock, 


734.62 




United Shoe Machinery Co., Pfd. Stock, 


721.81 


$6,439.79 




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Total Receipts, 


$11,611.05 


Expenditures 






Secretary's Expenses, Postage and 






Printing, 


$653.67 




Treasurer's Expenses, Postage and 






Printing, 


29.33 




New York Class Dinner, 


96.07 




Commencement Spread — 5 Years, 


536.00 





$1,315.07 



Expenditures for Securities 

Kansas City Mo. Terminal Co. Bond, $ 985.67 

Hilton-Dodge Lumber Co., 505.00 

New York Tanning Extract Co., 997.50 

Illinois Steel Co., 968.25 

General Motors Co., 980.17 

New York City Note, 1,009.00 

Lestershire, N. Y. Bond, 1,012.80 

McElwain Co. Preferred Stock, 1,446.29 

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American Agricultural Chemical Co. 




Stock, 


1,005.00 


United Shoe Machinery Co. Stock, 


710.63 


Cash, 


675.67 




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Total Expenditures, 


$11,611.05 



Investments 

GOBTIiBSS MARKET 
INT. ACCRUED VAIiUE. 

10 shares. American Smelting & Bef. 

Co., Pfd., $1,220.00 $1,000.00 

10 shares American Agricultural 

Chem. Co., Pfd., 1,005.00 910.00 

$1,000 Bond Village Lestershire, N. Y., 

4.35, 
1,000 Bond General Motors Co. 6%, 
1,000 Bond Illinois Steel Co. 4y2%, 
1,000 Bond Louisville and Jefferson- 

ville Bridge Co. 4%, 
1,000 Bond Chicago Jet. and Union 

Stock Yards, 4%, 
1,000 Bond Amer. Tel. & Tel. Coll. 

4%, 
1,000 Bond N. Y. Central & Hudson 

R. L. S. Coll. 3y2%, 
1,000 Bond New York City 1915 

Note 6%, 1,000.00 1,006.25 

Cash Balance, 675.67 675.67 



1,000.00 
975.00 
952.50 


1,000.00 

1,007.50 

830.00 


1,010.00 


780.00 


1,030.00 


810.00 


965.00 


870.00 


966.25 


800.00 



$10,799.42 $9,689.42 
E. & O. E. 

EuoT Spalding. 

On January 5th, Eliot Spalding resigned and forwarded 

the above securities to the undersigned, who was appointed 

as his successor. 

. ., ^ ^^^ir F. L. HiGGiNSON Jr., Treasurer. 

April 7, 1.915. 

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CLASS OF 1900 



Men Who Beceived A.B. Degrees 



Charles Lawrence Adanw (1901) 
Charles Quiney Adams (1901) 
Edward Larrabee Adams 
Guy Harry Albright 
Frederick William Aldred 
Gustavus Adolphus Anderegg 
Charles John Anderson Jr. 
Lloyd Sterling Antisdel 
Walter Conrad Arensberg 
Percy Arad Atherton 
Charles Fullerton Bacon 
Leslie Talbot Baker 
•William GaUiford Bale •1902 
Henry Winthrop Ballantine 
Floyd George Ballentine 
Ralph Tillinghast Bamefield 
William Lester Barnes 
James Bellinger Barney 
Hendrick Ware Bamnm 
Frederic GaflPney Barry (1901) 
Phillips Barry 
Josiah Calef Bartlett 
Thomas Robert Bateman 
Frederic Gilbert Baner 
Rex Mitchell Baxter 
Frederick Hall Beals 
Lynn Staley Beals 
William Lee Beardsell 
Alfred LeRoy Becker 
Leon Gage Beeley 



Bertrand Faugftres Bell 

Charles Herbert Bell 

Conrad BeU (1901) 

Alfred Abraham Benesch 

Franklin Pierce Bennett Jr. 

William DeFord Bigelow (1904) 

George William Billings 

Harold Bisbee 

Frederick Ezekiel Bissell 

Paul Blackwelder 

Robert Woods Bliss 

Richard DeBlois Boardman 

Charles Bock 

Reginald Fairfax Bolles 

Raynal Cawthome Boiling 

Earl Danford Bond 

Sheldon Rutherford Boright 

Henry Smith Bowers 

Henry Cook Boynton 

James Brewer (1902) 

Bartlett Brooks 

Caspar MiflBin Brown 

Lewis Blanchard Brown (1903) 

Max Miiller Bryant 
•William Armstead Moale 

Burden ^1909 

Leo LeGay Burley 

Frederic King Butters 

Francis William Buxton (form- 
erly Frank William Buxton) 



An aflterUk (*) Indicates death. Preceding a date at the right of the 
column it Indicates the year of death. Figures in parentheses indicate the 
cUup other than 1900 with which the degree was received. 

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rrancis Otway Byrd 

John Higginson Cabot 2d 

Dunbar Ferdinand Carpenter 

Kriekel Eemer Carrick 

Edward Clark Carter 

Earnest Cary 

William Richard Castle Jr. 

William Merriam Chadboume 

Albert Minot Chandler 

Buckingham Chandler 

Herbert Mann Chase 

Philip Putnam Chase 

Frank Barnes Cherington 

John Allan Child 
•Frederick Bobbins Childs •1907 

Marlborough Churchill 

Alfred Sinclair Clark 

Francis Philip Clark (1901) 

George Oliver Clark 

Lyman Kenneth Clark 

Gkorge Edwards Clement 

Harry Oilman Clough 

William Stocker Clough 

Albert Adams Cobb Jr. 

James Sullivan Cochrane 

Henry Spaulding Coffin 

Bemhard Cohen 

Harry Justin Colbum 

John Felt Cole 

Walter Leo Collins 

Edward Cook 
•Sterling Browne Cox ^1908 

Wingate Franklin Cram 

Russell Day Crane 
•Oliver Daniel Crilly •WIO 

Charles Boyd Curtis 
•William Bayard Cutting Jr. 

•1910 



Robert Osborne Dalton 

Harold Ward Dana 
•Richard Putnam Dana ^1910 

Frederick Harrison Danker 
(1901) 

Henry Joralemon Davenport 

Aaron Davis 

Dwight Filley Davis 

George Weston Davis 

Royal Jenkins Davis 

William Steams Davis 

Herbert Davison 

Arthur Lyman Dean 

Avard Longley Dodge 

Francis Webster Doherty 

Harry Francis Roby Dolan 

Lewis Matthew Dougan 

Frederick Thompson Dow 

PVancis Joseph Dowd 

Andrew Francis Downing 

Durant (Ford) Drake 

Charles Dana Draper 

Arthur Drinkwater 

Henry William Dub6e 

Edward Lawrence Dudley 
•Edward Addison Dunlap •1906 

Burton Edward Eames 

Raymond Bartlett Earle, S.B. 
1901 

Frederick William Eaton 

Lucien Eaton, S.B. 1901 

Theodore Hildreth Eaton 

Walter Prichard Eaton 

William Edmunds 
•Nathan Adams Egbert ^1913 

Edward Elias 

Walter Fred Ellis (1907) 

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Owen David Evans 

William Paine Everts 

Herbert Louis Ewer 

Marshal Fabyan 

Andrew Miller Pairlie 

CJeorge Patrick Fallon 

Daniel Haddock Farr (see 
1899 report) 

John Frederick Farrell 

Derby Farrington 

George Benson Fenwick 

Floyd Field 

Albert Parker Fitch 

Charles Gait Fitzgerald 

Harold FitzGerald 

Stephen Salisbury FitzGerald 

John Edward FitzPatrick 
•Henry Whiting Flagg •1909 

John Flanders 

Ralph Folks 

Alanson FoUansbee (1901) 

Harry Charles Folsom 

Harry Kendall Fooks 

Charles Stewart Forbes 

Roger Sawyer Forbes 
•Lawrence Carter Forman ^1901 

Martin Moore Foss 

Edward Stratton Foster 
•Richard Wells Foster •1903 

Henry Heywood Fox, S.B. 
1904 



ler (formerly Apthorp Gould 
Fuller) 
Gerald Fennell Furiong (1901) 
Hoyt Stoddard Gale, S.B. 1902 

•Wesley Johnson Gardner ♦1906 

•Charles Garland •1904 

Rhodes Anthony Garrison 
Elijah Howard George 
Arthur Scott Gilman 
Charles Scato Gilman 
John Montfitchet Glidden 
Samuel Pearson Goddard 
Edward Eldredge Goodhue 
Charles Wilbur Goodrich 
Arthur Minot Gtoodridge 
James Bancroft Gore 
Arthur Frederick Gotthold 
Amasa Collins Gould 
Edward Gray 
Foster Regnier Greene 
August Grossman 
Henry Anderson Guiler 

•Frederic Carleton Gulick ^1902 
James Frederick Hall (1903) 

•Norman Fisher Hall ^1906 
Pliny Sterling Hall 
Ernest Harris Hammond 
Charles John Harbeck 
Walter Leo Harrington 
A(ddi8) Emmett Harris 
Duncan Gilbert Harris 



•Jesse Frank ^1901 •Ferdinand Austin Hart Jr. 

Clare Edwin Fraunfelter(1901) •1901 



Harry Abraham Freiberg 
Harold Lindol French 
Arthur Sumner Friend 
Arthur Negus Puller 
Benjamin Apthorp Qovld Pul- 



Roger Conant Hatch 
Richard Haughton 
John Bromham Hawes 2d 

(1901) 
Truman Ripley Hawley (1902) 



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Carlyle Bobinson Hayes 

Edmund Heard 

Reginald Gary Heath 

Clinton Sidney Hebard 

William Clifford Heilman 

Carl Guy Herbert 

Charles Brooks Hersey 

William Charles Hess 

Francis Lee Higginson Jr. 

Stephen Higginson Jr. (1901) 

Edmund Bayfield HUliard 

Louis Everett Hilliard 

Arthur Stedman Hills 

Thomas Thayer Hinkley 

David Charles Hirsch 

Max Hirsch 

Herbert Simon Hirshberg 

Conrad Hobbs 

Charles Albert Holbrook 

Arthur Bates Holden 

Rupert Sargent Holland 

John Hodgman Holliday 

(Charles) Byam Hollings 
(1903) 

Arthur Weston Hollis 

Jonathan Hiller Holmes 

William Leland Holt (1901) 

Franklin Gibson Hopkins 

Andrew Light Horst 

Walter Alexis Hosley 
♦Henry Joseph Hosmer ^1911 
♦Edward Whiting Howard •1915 

George Plummer Howe 

Osborne Howes 

Charles Allen Howland 

Gardiner Greene Hubbard 

Henry Reed Hubbard 

Robert Hunt 



♦1909 
♦1912 



John Michel Hussey 
Edward Ingraham 
Peter Augustus Jay 
Prank Leonard Jewett 
Edward Johnson 
Herbert Ray Johnson 
Julius Munroe Johnson 

•William Jones 

♦Lowell Byrns Judson 
Isidore Stanley Kahn 
Ralph Revere Kent 
John Devereux Kernan Jr. 
Frederic Clinton Kidner 
Clarence Eugene Klise 
Charles Julius Kullmer 
Fay Edgerton Kutscher 
Walter Davis Lambert 
Henry Hay Lancaster 
Aubrey Edward Landry 
Frederic Ware Lane 
Lewis Cass Ledyard Jr. 
Joseph Howard Lee (1903) 
Robert Emmons Lee (1907) 
Horace Louis Leiter (1899) 
Samuel Watts Lewis 
Walter Lichtenstein 
Harry Linenthal 
Robert Livermore 
Edward Francis Loughlin 
Marklove Lowery 
Howard Haines Lowry 
Ralph William McAllester 
Maurice Lawrence McCarthy 
James Edward MacCloskey Jr. 
Willis Sylvester McComick 
Robert Morrill McCurdy 
Grenville Stanley MacFarland 
John Ernest McGawley 
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Afred Gay McGregor 

Benton MacEaye 

William Preston Macleod(1901) 

John Walter McQueen 

Robert Miihlig Mahoney 

Edward Mallinckrodt Jr. 

Robert Pulton Manahan (1912) 

George Manierre 3rd 

Henry Endicott Marean 
•George Frederick Woodward 
Mark ♦1907 

William Roger Martin 
•Jerome Leo Marx ^1900 

Harold Weston Mason (1901) 

Robert Levi Mason 

Elias Mayer 

Henry Rogers Mayo 

Henry Knights Melcher 

Charles Krieble Meschter 

George Harrison MifSin Jr. 

Edward Maurice Montchyk 

Howard Burton Moore 

George Abbot Morison 

Horace Morison 
•Frederic William Morrison 

•1914 

James Francis Morrison 

William Morrow 

Horace Henry Morse 

Wilbur Morse 

Samuel Lyman Munson, Jr. 

Arthur Beckwith Myridc 

William Joseph Nagle 
"•Louis Nelson ^1912 

George Nichols 

Charles Edward Nixdorff 

John Watkinson Norton (see 
1899 report) 



Carl Shepard Oakman 

Albert Irving Oliver (1901) 

Thomas Ordway 

Charles Osborne 

Frederic Palmer Jr. 

Ralph Preston Parsons 

John Judah Peckham 

Ray Potter Perry 

Roswell Foulk Phelps 

Philip Bernard Philipp 

William Phillips 

Walter Gray Phippen 
•Hermon Spencer Pinkham 

•1914 

Richard Emerson Pope (1902) 

Richard Rees Price 

Ralph Pulitzer (1901) 

Wynn Mack Rainbolt 

John Madison Raynolds 

Montgomery Reed 

Frederick William Reynolds 

Arthur Noble Rice 

Albin Leal Richards 

James Austin Richards 

Paul Edward Riemann (1901) 

John Brice Gordon Rinehart 

Shirley Elmer Roberts 

Herbert Glover Robinson 
♦Alfred Mayer Rock ^1907 

Samuel Forbes Rockwell, S.B. 
1901 

Harry Lewis Rothenberg 

Lome Eldon Rowley 
•Christopher Royce ^1910 

Christopher George Ruess 

Norman McLeod Ruland, S.B. 
1901 

Ernest Sachs 



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Class op 1900— Foubth Bbpobt 



Paul Joseph Sachs 
John Lee Saltonstall 
Edward Emery Sanborn 
John Pitts Sanborn Jr. 
Ernest Jerome Sanderson 
Hu^h Wheeler Sanford 
Ernest Edward Sargeant 
Andrew Robeson Sargent (1901) 
Irving Wilder Sargent 
Howard Qustav Sehleiter 
Bruno (William) Schwill 

(1901) 
Donald Scott 



♦1911 



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Henry Austin Stickney 
♦William Stickney 

Ernest William Stix 
♦Frederick William Stone 

Ralph Walter Stone 

Mark Forrest Sullivan 

Chester Odiome Swain 

William Braden Swinford 

Joseph Haskell Allen Symonds 
(see 1901 report) 

Fritz Bradley Talbot 

Harold Tappin 

Charles Ralph Taylor 



•Joshua Montgomery Sears ♦1908 Job Taylor 



Murray Seasongood 
Henry Latimer Seaver 
William Nathanael Seaver 
Henry Meyer Shartenberg 
Thomas Mott Shaw 
Winfield Lowry Shaw 
Louis Berry Shay 
Augustus Hunt Shearer 
Kenneth Sherburne, S.B. 1903 
Frank Herbert Simonds 
Edwin Hammett Smith, S.B. 

1901 
Frank Channing Smith Jr. 
Homer Brandel Smith 
(Louis) Graham (Owen) Smith 
Sydney Bruce Snow 
Stacy Baxter Southworth 
Eliot Spalding 
Horace Baxter Stanton 
Homer Worthington Starr 
Louis Steam 

Frederick Henry Steenstra 
Harry Edward Stephenson 
Francis Herbert Stevens 



Frank Adoniram Thompson 
Guy Andrew Thompson 
Arthur John Thomson 
Charles Henry Tilton 
Newell Whiting Tilton 
Francis Creswick Todd 
George Alexander Towns 
Alfred Marston Tozzer 
John Newlin Trainer Jr. 
Ralph Hermon Tukey 
Irvin John Uhrich 
Charles Marshall Underwood 

Jr. 
Oswald Veblen 

Herbert Addington Wadleigh 
Frederick Gordon Waide (1903) 
Walter Gustavus Waitt 
Holcombe Ward 
Jacob Warshaw 
Arthur Leverett Washburn 

(formerly Arthur Washburn) 
Frank DeWitt Washburn 
Asa Dupuy Watkins 
Charles Frederic Wellington 
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Glass of 1900 



Stanwood Gray Wellington 
Edward Corydon Wheeler Jr. 
Ernest Edward Wheeler 
Charles Stevens White 
James Piatt White 
Boss Kittredge Whiton 
George Albin Whittemore 

(1903) 
Henry Dwight Wiggin Jr. 
Russell Benjamin Wiggin 
(Jeorge Harris Wilder 
Norman Band Willard 



Robert Winslow Williams (see 

1899 report) 
Osborne Volney Willson (1901) 
John Wilson 
Karl Punston Wirt 
•Willard Porter Woodbury ^1910 
George Jesse Wright 
Lawrence Worth Wright (see 

1899 report) 
Frank Wyman 2d 
Louis Eliot Wyman 
Henry Aaron Yeomans 



Men Who Received S.B. Degrees 



Henry James Alexander 
William Henry Attwill 
Nathaniel Farwell Ayer 
Silas Palmer Beebe 
Nicholas Biddle 
Robert Fulton Blake (see 1899 

report) 
(Walter) Ayres Boal 
Horace Keith Boutwell (1901) 
Frank Merton Buckland 
Qeorge Herbert Bunton 
Freeman Foster Burr 
Qeorge Peter Campbell 
Lockett Gwin Coleman (1902) 

(see 1899 report) 
Thomas Crimmins 
William Parry Jones Dinsmoor 

(see 1899 report) 
William Warren Dixon 
Ckorge Henry Dustin 
•Edmund Baker Edwards ^1905 

(see 1898 report) 
Manning Emery Jr. 



•Robert Dennis Arthur Fergu- 
son ^1911 
Edward Thomas Patrick 

Graham 
Robert John Graves 
•Harry Henderson Greene ^1914 
•William Perry Hager ^1911 
Charles Lewis Harding 
Albert Harris 

•Wilbur Andrew Harris ^1900 
Cyril Hatch (formerly Cyril 

Henry Hatch) 
Arthur Steams Hawks 
John Dennis Horgan 
Harold Lincoln Hughes 
Frederic Marshall Jones, A.B. 

1896 (see 1896 report) 
George Cook Kimball 
Frank Henry Kirmayer 
Emanuel Liasner, A.B. 1899 

(see 1899 report) 
James Pillsbury Locke 
Henry Martin Luscomb (1901) 



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Oeorge Samuel Bead McLean 

(1901) 
Charles Herbert McNary 
Kenneth McGeoch Martin 
Albert Gardner Mason 
Edward Heine Moeller (1902) 
Charles Moline 
Henry DuBois Bailey Moore 
Ralph Spencer Moore 
Charles Henry Morrill, A.B., 

1901 
Herbert Wallis Moses 
CliflPord Norton 
John Hickok Page 
Gurdon Saltonstall Parker 
Hugh Clay Pierce 
(Jeorge Watson Presby 



Oliver Pilley Richards (see 

1899 report) 
Albert (John) Rockwell 
Tyrrell Bradbury Shertzer 
Sidney Stevens 
Arthur Sturgis 
Myron Emmet Terbush 
Cranston Swift Thayer 
Frank Apthorp Vaughan, A.B. 

1898 (see 1898 report) 
Leicester Warren 
Ralph Hopkins Watson 
James Ogden Wells (1901) 
Edward James Whittier (1901) 
Frederick Wilcock 
Frederick Mason Wilder (1902) 
♦Simon Everard Williams •1907 



Special and Affiliated Members 

James Anthony Abom 

♦Nathaniel Brown Adsit •1898 
Nathaniel Allison 
flervey Foster Armington 
William Henry Armstrong 
William Burton Ayers 
Henry Brown Baldwin 

•Seth Heywood Ballard •1899 
Major William Barber 
Karl Schenck Barnes 
Richard Rice Barrett 
Frederick Orrin Bartlett 
Sherbum Merrill Becker 
Russell Booth Bedford 
William Woolsey Bellamy 
Edward Sherman Bennett 
Joseph Smith Bigelow Jr. 
Carroll Meredith Bill 



Walter Hood Bonelli 
George Pendleton Bowler 
Lawrence Brainerd 
*Lloyd Tevis Breckinridge •- 
Abram Vedder Brower 
Paul Ferric Brown 
Thomas Dalton Brown 
John Henry BuflPord 
Ernest Gates Buttrick 
Walter Azro Buxton 
James Chase Campbell 
Langdon Wild Chandler 
Frank Newhall Chessman 
James Henry Clagg 
John Pierpont Cobb 
Atherton Darling Converse 
Alexander Corstvet 
Joseph Foxe Costa 



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CliASS OF 1900 



•Charles Bartlett Crockett Jr. 

♦1905 

Irving John Cross 
•Joseph Simonds Croswell •1901 

Joseph John Curran 
•John Chandler Bancroft Davis 

•1910 

Minot Davis 

Herman True vanDeusen 

George Gibbes Dewsnap 
•Edward Dickson •1897 

•Pred Ralston Eugene Dolan 

•1900 

Albert Grenville Donham 

Harold Taylor Dougherty 

Walter Hampden Dougherty 
(now Walter Hampden) 

Jeremiah Francis Downey 

Wirth Stewart Dunham 

Albert Beach Dunning 
•Edward Howard Dunning 

•1900 

Ralph Cheever Dunning 

James Samuel Dunstan 
•Charles Brackett Durham •1898 

Edward Murray East (Hon.) 

Prank Albert Edmands 

Davis Elkins 
•James Pike EUicott ^1898 

Harry Stanton Elliot 

Robert Hale Ellis 

John Ome Emerson 

Dana Estes 

Wilmot Roby Evans Jr. 

Prank Chapman Parquhar 
•Benjamin Willis Parris ^1910 

Edward Henry Pay 

Herbert Huxley Piske 



Daniel Joseph Plaherty 
William Blair McClure Plan- 

drau 
George Watson Pleming 
Jacob Pool Preeman 
Edgar Priedlander 
Robert Livingston Gerry 
James Lemont Givan 
Edgar Davis Gould 
Edward Howland Graham 
Louis Caryl Graton (Hon.) 
Albert Pamsworth Griffiths 
Edmund Grinnell 
Walter Hampden (formerly 

Walter Hampden Dougherty) 
Cleveland Hardon 

•Harry Boyd Harley •1913 

George Wheaton Harrington 
Alfred Hasbrouck 
Charles Phillips Hatch 
Guy Edward Hawkins 
Harry Mortimer Higinbotham 

•John Peter Hinchey ^1911 

Robert Hoe 
Albert Miller Holden 
Walter Holsinger (formerly 

Walter Herburt Holsinger) 
Harold Shafter Howard 
Llewellyn Howland 

•George Jean Hoyting ^1899^ 
Campbell Humphrey 
Herbert Leavitt Hunt 

•James Cecil Hurt ^1906 

Horace Eugene Johnson 
Roswell Hill Johnson 
William Nelson Johnson 
John Charles Coolidge Johnston- 
Samuel Andrew Johnston 



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Beverly Earle Jones 
Reginald Wright Eauffman 
Benjamin Eiiufman 
•Howard White Kidder 

Thomas Jefferson Elase 
•John Milton Enllmer 
•Charles Haven Ladd 
•Ralph Ward Lahman 
Frank Bourne Lake 
Louis La Maida 
Cornelius John Lane 
Gaspare Emmanuel Frank 
Lentine 
•Graham Murdock Leupp ^ 
Prank Spalding Lewin 
Howard Van Houten Lewis 
•George Stephen Lindenkohl 



•1899 

•1898 
•1915 
•1898 



John Ellerton Lodge 
John Carlisle Lord 
Roy Hyde McNaught 
Frederick Theodore Manning 
Clinton Richard Irwin Martin 
Elijah Wood Meddaugh 
Walter Curran Mendenhall 
Edwin Flint Metcalf 
Mountfort Mills 
James Stephens Minary 
Thomas Lawrence Miskell 
William Addison Moore 
Charles Herbert Morrill 
Francis Xavier Morrill 
James Harris Morss 
Walter Guy Mortland 
John Frederick Mosby 
•George Munroe Gage Nichols 

•1915 
John (Dean) Gillett Oglesby 

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Bernard Joseph O'Neill Jr. 
Gtoorge Ralph Osborne 
Eugene Wilbur Owen 
Henry G^rge Parchen 
Howard Parker 
Arthur Eugene Pecker 
Thomas Wentworth Peirce 
G^rge LeRoy Perry 
John William Piper 
•Cicero Justice Polk ^1909 

Augustus Granger Porter 
William Francis Porter 
Robert Gage Pratt 
Charles Newton Prouty Jr. 
Francis Rawle Jr. 
Frank Nutting Reed 
Raymond Lionel Reed 
•1902 •Ernest James Rice ^1897 

George Lawrence Richards 
Herbert Steadman Richardson 
Avery Robinson (formerly 
George Avery Robinson) 



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•Nelson Robinson Jr. ^1899 

George Frederick Root 

Ralph Rollins Rumery 

Clive Runnells 

William Walter Rush 

Nathaniel Johnson Rust Jr. 

Soloman Gustav Salomon 

Robert Alden Sanborn 
•Carlos Sanchez ^1904 

Friedrich E. Sanders 
•Philip Sands ^1912 
•Richard Marshall Schaefer • 

William Edward Skillings 

Albert Ross Smith 

Frederic Estabrook Smith Jr. 

Frederic Miller Smith 



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Harold Wellington Smith 
Homer Haskell Smith 
Charles Head Smoot 
Leland Jason Spalding 
William Holmes Spaulding 

♦Frederic William Sprague 

•1901 
Roland William Stebbins 
Frank Holt Stedman 
Marshall (Webster) Stimson 
Alexander Elliott Stoddard 
Harvey Danforth Symonds 
Cecil Hamelin Taylor 
Charles Herbert Taylor 
Fred Horton Train 
Henry Pepper Vanx 
Henry Whitney Wallace 
George Weld Walter 

•Charles Whitney Ward 

•Herbert Edgar Ward 

•Edwin Clifton Warren 



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•1905 
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James Otis Watson 

Ira Gilbert Webster 

Hamilton Wilson Welch 
•Caleb Van Husan Whitbeck 

•1914 

Robert Rudd Whiting 

Parker Whitney 

Travis Harvard Whitney 

Clarence Wiener 

Abram Julius Wile 

David Lawrence Williams 

John Taylor Williams 

Lewis Williams 
♦Sydney Stewart Williams ♦1910 

Arthur Trevitt Winslow 

Kenelm Winslow 

Stephen Campbell Wolcott 

Charles Royal Woods 

Stanley Woodworth 

Augustus Edward Wright 

Cary Thomas Wright 



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NUMBER IN THE CLASS 

Holders of the degree of A.B 438 

Holders of the degree of S.B 67 

Total number of degree holders 505 

Special students and affiliated members 215 

Total number in class 720 

Deceased 73 

Present living members 647 

MARRIAGES AND BIRTHS 

Number of men married 461 

Number of men unmarried 259 

Number of children 644 

Number of children who have died 42 



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JAMBS ANTHONY ABORN 

Born TonkerM, N. T^ March 16, 1876. 

Parents Oharlei Bowling Ahom, Martha Ann NUhet. 

School Black Hatt School. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 
Business OrganUt 

Address (home) 267 Wat 79th St., New York, N. T. 

ChuMineMM) 95 William St., Nev> York, N. T. 

[Not heard from.] 



CHARLES LAWRENCE ADAMS 

Bom PittMfleld, Mat;, July 28, 1877. 

Parents J^met Fortter Alleyne Adam; Annah BliMaX>eth 

NichoU BaOey. 
School High School, PittMfleld, Mait. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A^., 1900 (1901), 

Married Adola CHreely, Washington, D. 0., April 24, 1906. 

Children Alleyne CHreely, Aug. 25, 1914. 

Business Minister. 

Address (home) 220 Valley St., Willim^ntic, Conn. 

(business) St PauVs Church, WUlimantic, Conn. 

I have been very happy for these fifteen years. This is 
•due to the remarkable beauty of this world we live in; to 
the people I love and am loved by; and to the privilege 
that I have as a priest of really getting down to brass tacks 
with people's souls once in a while, and doing them a little 
good. Who wouldn't be happy t To be sure, I have had 
my share of the blues and sickness. When I was a freshman 
Dr. Sargent said: **Well, you are about the poorest speci- 
men physically I ever saw," and it has taken me eighteen 
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went through the General Theological Seminary in New 
York, and was ordained to the ministry of the Episcopal 
Church, and began my ministry in Kansas where I learned 
more than I taught. I'll never forget the mirage of the 
desert by day and the stars by night; the men with eyes 
like sailors who speak without smiling, the homesickness, 
and two men who are my friends for keeps. Then I became 
rector of a village church in Massachusetts, where I learned 
more of how fine just plain people can be. Next I went to 
an old parish with a beautiful big church and many people. 
A former rector wrote me that his only advice was: ** Don't 
expect results.*' I did, and broke down in three years; for 
I had not yet the laugh on Dr. Sargent. Most of the next 
year we spent by a lake which reflects Mt. Washington and 
Chocorua and Moat, where we slept with the loons at 
night, and followed the birds by day. Then I came to these 
two parishes; a new parish of mill operatives, and a tiny 
old parish of aged ladies. Here I have become husky; and 
here I have become the father of Alleyne Greely Adams, 
Harvard 1937, the sixth generation of Adamses in his line to 
go to Harvard. I have managed to keep out of print thus 
far, and belong only to religious and ecclesiastical societies, 
which would not interest you. 

CHARLES QUINCY ADAMS 

Born Boston, Mass,, Jan. 28, 1878. 

Parents Charles Henry Adams, Ella Cochran, 

School Stone* s School, Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees ^B., 1900 (1901). 

Married Edith Nevius, Winona, Minn,, Oct, 1, 190S, 

Children Elizabeth Cochran, Sept. 19, 1904 (died July 7, 

1909); Charles Henry 2d, Sept. S, 1907; Oilhert 

Nevius, Aug. 19, 1910. 
Business Lumber manufacturer. 

Address Anacortes, Wash, 

The fall after leaving college T ** accepted a position,*' or, 
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wheat flour mill at Winona, Minn., to which, to start with, 
was attached the munificent salary of $25 per month. My 
latent ability becoming gradually awakened, I soon found 
myself in command of an income suflSciently large to live 
on comfortably. About this time I came into possession of 
apparently reliable information to the effect that two could 
live as cheaply as one, and I took to myself a wife. When 
I look back on that happy event I am inclined to believe 
that it was one of the few really wise things I have ever done, 
even though the fallacy of the information above referred 
to, was conclusively proven. The person disseminating any 
such information should first have familiarized himself with 
the ** Expectancy Tables." Peeling, after about ten years, 
that my further advancement with the milling company 
was dependent, to a great extent, on the demise of my su- 
perior officers, and they both being comparatively young 
men, I severed my connection with said company and em- 
barked in the manufacture of vacuum cleaners, which, from 
my point of view, appeared to have a great future. I 
moved to Chicago, and the business flourished to such an 
extent that it took me almost two years to **go broke.'* I 
then drifted out to Seattle and the Coast and soon became 
interested in the manufacturing of lumber. Under the worst 
conditions the lumber business, on the Coast, has known, we 
managed to do fairly well until, just as there appeared to 
be a slight ray of sunshine ahead, war was declared practic- 
ally shutting off all export trade. As soon as the war ends, 
(if it don't last too long), we may get on our feet again. In 
other words, we are a bit groggy but still have some fight 
left in us. The only public ofl&ces I have held, have been 
those of president of the local Chamber of Commerce and 
Manufacture, and president of the City Council. It's a long, 
long way to Boston and Cambridge, but the only excuse I 
shall have to have for not attending the quindecennial will 
]»e my inability to scrape together the necessary **kale." I 
sincerely hope to be there, and trust that I shall have the 
company, across the country, of several of the other 1900 men 
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*^broke." Member: Of most of the Masonic Orders, of the 
a P. 0. B. 

EDWARD LARRABEB ADAMS 

Born New York, N. Y., March 16, 1878, 

Parents Charlei Langdon Adams, Helen Mary Tyler, 

School Dtoiffht School, New York, N, Y. 

Years in College 1896^1900, 

Degrees A,B., 1900; A.M., 1901; PhJ)., 1907, 

Married aarah Bager Hardy, Ann Arbor, Mich., June 1, 

191S. 
Children Edward Larabee Jr., May 9, 1915. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) ISSS Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

(business) University of Michigof^, Ann Arbor, 
Mich, 

The four years immediately after graduation in 1900 were 
spent in graduate study and travel, three years being spent 
at Harvard, and one at the University of Paris. In 1901, 1 
took the master's degree at Harvard, and, shortly after, 
began work for the doctor's degree. During most of this 
period, I held an assistantship in French and Spanish at 
Harvard. In 1904, I came to the University of Michigan 
as instructor in Romance languages, and I have been con- 
nected with this institution ever since. During the academic 
year 1912-13, however, I had leave of absence from the 
university, and spent the time in further study at Paris. 
On my return, I was promoted to an assistant professorship 
in Romance languages at Michigan. At about this time, 
also, I published my first book, ** Word-Formation in Pro- 
vencal," as Volume H. of the University of Michigan 
Studies. I had returned to Harvard to take the doctor's 
degree in 1907 ; and the book just mentioned is an expansion 
of my doctor's thesis. I have written: ** Word-Formation in 
Provencal" (XVII. + 604 pages), published as Volume II. of 
the University of Michigan Studies. (The Macmillan Co., 
1913). Member: Modem Language Association of America, 
The Dante Society, Soci6t6 des Anciens Textes Frangais, 
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de ITEcole des Hautes Etudes, Harvard Club of Michigan, 
University Club of Ann Arbor, Pleasant Lake Club, Siwanoy 
Country Club, Ann Arbor Golf and Country Club. 

Tlatbaniel Brown Ubsit 

Bom HornelUville, N. Y., Oct. 20, 18T7. 

Parents John Olmsted AtUitt Maria Louite Broion. 

School Nichols School, Buffalo, N. Y, 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Died Aug. i, 1898, in Buffalo, N. Y. 

At the unveiling, on Memorial Day, of a tablet in the Har- 
vard Union, dedicated to the Harvard men who died in the 
Spanish War, Henry James 2d, '99, who made the address, 
spoke as follows of the service of our 1900 men, Nathaniel 
Brown Adsit and Ralph Ward Lahman. **Adsit like Hollis- 
ter was one of the very first to volunteer his services as a 
Rough Rider. He was not then accepted, but later joined 
Troop C and was left in Tampa. There he and his fellow- 
troopers curried horses and drilled in the blazing heat. When 
I mentioned him lately to one of them, the man's first remark 
referred to an incident that illustrated a quality which made 
Adsit dear to his troop. *I remember,' the man said, 'how 
one day he made a football out of a stuffed feed bag and 
started us all playing the game.' When luckier men were 
sent to the front, Adsit set himself cheerfully to the impor- 
tant task of keeping up the spirits of his comrades. When 
his death was announced to his troop the men dispersed dazed 
to their tents. Lahman, was a member of the Class of 1900 
and got to Cuba with a company of the 1st Illinois Volunteer 
Infantry. After 48 hours in the trenches he was detailed 
with others to guard duty at the yellow fever hospital at 
Siboney. There a volunteer was called for to act as clerk to 
the surgeon in charge. Lahman stepped forward and began 
his task at once. When not busy with his clerical duties he 
was constant in his attendance on the sick, until, thus courting 
death, he himself fell a victim to the fever." 

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GUY HARRY ALBRIGHT 

Bom Lamar, Mo., Dec 17, 1876, 

Parents John Albert Albright, Abbie Carolyn Bailey. 

School Lake View High Bchooh Chicago, III. 

Years in College 1899^1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1919; Ph.B. (University of Michi- 

gan), 1899. 

Married Aura Marguerite Bmith, Cambridge, Mass., June 

27, 1901. 

Children Preston Bailey, March 5, 1907. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 1529 North Tejon St., Colorado Springs, 

Col. 
(business) Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Col. 

During the first year after leaving college I taught mathe- 
matics in the Manual Training High School of Indianapolis. 
The charm of Indianapolis and the quality of the edu- 
cational work in her high schools were not sufficient to offset 
the hopelessness of miserable salaries paid teachers and I 
went to the Polytechnic Preparatory School of Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Always longing to teach college students, I found it 
hard to be obliged to remain in the Polytechnic Institute 
among young boys, many of whom had as their only doubtful 
virtue money. For a college teacher every year spent in 
secondary teaching is worse than wasted. Hence it was with 
relief that I accepted a position in Colorado College in 1907. 
In Colorado College I was given charge of the department of 
astronomy and was made an instructor in mathematics. After 
two years I was advanced to assistant professor, and this year 
to professor in mathematics. Life at the frontier of the 
Rockies seems good to one who naturally delights in hills, 
woods and streams. And teaching young men and women 
who partake in their characters of the bigness and broadness 
of these mountains is an endless pleasure. In 1912-1913 I 
was Harvard Exchange Professor. I have written: Fresh- 
man Algebra, in mimeograph form, Solid Geometry in 
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FREDERICK WILLIAM ALDRED 

Bom Lawrence, Mass., Feb. 1, 1877. 

Parents William Edwin Aldred, Emma Lizzie Oarr. 

School Newark Academy, Newark, N. /., and Phillips 

Academy, Andover, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Merchant 

Address (home) i2 Adelphi Ave., Providence, R. I. 

(business) 291 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 

After graduating and house-partying over the Fourth, re- 
turned to Cambridge to pack up and found the Cuban teach- 
ers. Lingered a month studying Spanish and human nature 
— principally Latin and feminine. In the fall, I entered 
the law oflSce in Brooklyn of the father of my good friend 
and classmate, H. J. Davenport. Ending myself utterly un- 
fit for the law, in about a year I became an insurance broker, 
with an offiee on Fifth Avenue, New York City, soon be- 
coming insurance manager of the real estate business of S. 
Osgood Pell and Co. and later of Edward McVickar. Five 
years after graduating, feeling that I had not yet found 
myself and my line of work I threw up a fair income and 
growing personal insurance business to start in again at 
the bottom, this time in advertising. Very soon I was per- 
suaded to become advertising manager of Gladding Dry 
Gh)ods Co., the oldest business in America, dating back to 
1766, now controlled and largely owned by members of my 
family. I am at present secretary and treasurer of it and 
have found, I hope, my life work. During my first six 
years in Providence, I took a very active interest in civic 
promotion. In 1906 with the idea of crystallizing public 
spirit and showing what could be done by cooperative ef- 
fort, I started an Old Home Week, enlisting the support — 
involuntary in many cases — of nearly everybody. Later I 
started and became first chief crier of the Town Criers of 
Rhode Island, a rather unique and for a time extremely suc- 
cessful and influential organization of business men inter- 
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promotion. Some two years ago, owing to my increasing 
bnsiness responsibilities and the death of my father, I gave 
np public speaking and all active part in the various public 
movements and organizations I had been interested in, in 
order to conserve my health and cover my work more 
efficiently. Most of my summers have been spent largely 
vnth friends in the Adirondacks. In 1908 I took a most in- 
teresting nine weeks' trip out to the Pacific coast, seeing the 
sights, meeting many prominent people and studying west- 
em civic and business promotion methods. In 1910 I spent 
some time at Eaton's ranch and took a twenty-day horse- 
back trip through Yellowstone Park. In 1912 my horse 
fidipped and fell with me one rainy day and my light went 
out entirely for twelve hours and intermittently for two 
weeks after. Some of my chairs are still misplaced, I fear. 
Last fall I had a slight sun-stroke on a long motor trip and 
New Year's Eve I strained my heart all too literally. Matri- 
mony is one of the very few dangerous experiences I have 
not suffered these last eventful ten years in Providence. My 
last five years have been wonderfully blessed by the gradual 
cure of that severe stomach trouble which had so weakened 
my body, beclouded my mind and deadened my spirit since 
Andover days, especially in and after my college years. To- 
day I am enjoying that rare and unique experience, — a pre- 
mature and exhilarating second childhood sans senility. Yea, 
verily, there's no fool like an old fool — nor so happy a one — 
especially if he's getting a taste of the natural, normal, 
healthy youth and play which he missed earlier. Member: 
Providence Art Club, University Club, Noonday Qub, 
Turk's Head Club, Players Club, Town Criers, Chamber of 
Commerce, Rhode Island Country Club, Harvard dirbs of 
Rhode Island, Boston and New York; Sons of American 
Revolution. 

HENRY JAMES ALEXANDER 

Bom Concord, N. H,, July 8, 187i, 

Parents Oharle$ Henry Alexander, Barah Ahhie Mar$K, 

School Concord High Bchool, Concord, N. H. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees BM., 1900. 

Married IMlie Blieaheth Rohin^on, Concord, N. ff., June $p 

1906. 
Business OivU Engineer. 

Address (home) 26 Westchester Ave., White Plains, N. T. 

(Imsiness) US West 40th Bt., New York, N. Y. 

After graduation I was for a short time with the Massa- 
chusetts Highway Commission, and later with the Chicago, 
Burlington and Quincy Railroad at Coming, Iowa. In June, 
1901, I came to New York City in connection with the con- 
struction of the subway lines and have since remained in 
the employ of the several commissions engaged in subway 
work. 

NATHANIEL ALLISON 

Bom Bt. Louis, Mo., May 22, 1876. 

Parents James William Allison, Addie Bhulty. 

School Bmith Academy, Bt. Louis, Mo. 

Years in CoU^e 1896-1897. 

Degrees MJ)., 1901. 

Married Marion Aldrich, Chicago, III., Jan. 9, 1909. 

Business Burgeon. 

Address Humholdt Building, Bt. Louis, Mo. 

[Not heard from.] 

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS ANDEREGG 

Bom Ragersville, Ohio, March SO, 187S. 

Parents John Anderegg, Elimheth Wyler. 

School Oberlin Academy, Oherlin, Ohio. 

Years in College 1899-1900; 1900-1902. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1902; B.B. (Oherlin), 1899. 

Married Harriet Edith Williams, Lochhoume, Ohio., Bept 

9, 1909. 
Children Jean Elieaheth, July 27, 1912. 

Business Electrical engineer. 

Address (home) SS9 Wisconsin Ave., Oah Park, JR. 

(Imsiness) Western Electric Co., Hawfhome 
Btation, Chicago, III. 

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I spent the years 1900 to 1902 in the Harvard Graduate 
School, studying physics, electrical engineering and mathe- 
matics. During the year 1900 to 1901 I was assistant in 
physics. 1902 to 1904 I was employed by the Western 
Electric Company at Chicago and at New York. The year 
1904-1905 I was instructor in electrical engineering in 
Harvard University. 1904 to 1908 I was assistant professor 
of electrical engineering at Ohio State University. From 
July, 1908, till the present time I have been employed by 
the Western Electric Company, from July, 1908 to January, 
1910, in New York and since that time in Chicago. Member : 
Harvard Engineering Society of New York, Harvard Club 
of Chicago, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 



CHARLES JOHN ANDERSON JR. 



Bom Sweden, Jan. P, 1879. 

Parents Charles J. Anderson. 

School Quincy High School, Quincy, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

BusineM Salesman. 

Address (home) 67 Smith St., Quincy, Mass. 

(business) Export Department, Lyon and Healy, 
Wabash Ave. and Adams St., Chicago, HI. 

After my return from the Philippines in 1911 I went as a 
travelling salesman for a New York concern to Brazil and 
Cuba. During the past year I have been attending to the 
foreign sales of a Chicago manufacturer. 



LLOYD STERLING ANTISDEL 



Bom Milwaukee, Wis., May 9, 1876. 

Parents Albert Antisdel, Sophia Bradford. 

School Chicago University School. 

Years in College 1898-1900. 

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Degrees ^i^., 1900, 

Business Manufacturer, 

Address Care of Bishop Calculating Recorder Co,, 72 We$t 

Adams 8t, Chicago^ III. 

[Not heard from.] 



WALTER CONRAD ARENSBERG 

Bom Pittsburgh, Pa., April i, 1878, 

Parents Conrad Christian Arensberg, Flora Belle Covert, 

School Pittsburgh High School, Pittsburgh, Pa, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900, 

Married Louise Stevens, 1906, 

Business Journalist, 

Address SS West 67th St„ New York, N. Y, 

Formerly assistant in the English Department at Harvard 
and art critic for the New York Evening Post. Author of 
'* Poems" (Houghton Mifflin Co.) 



HERVEY FOSTER ARMINGTON 

Bom Boston, Mass,, Dec. 10, 187S. 

Parents Charles Fuller Armington, Sarah Syretn Randall. 

School Frye*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898, 

Married Olivia Clifford Harriwan, Brookline, Mass., Oct 

2, 1907. 
Children Jonathan Randall, AprU 2S, 1909 (died AprU 24, 

1909); Hervey Foster, Sept. 19, 1910; Olivia, 

Oct, 11, 1912. 
Business Contractor, 

Address (home) 26 Salisbury Road, Broohline, Mass, 

(business) 80 Warren St„ Brighton, Mass, 

I left college during my second year to go into the music 
publishing business, which proved unsatisfactory. After 
a few months I entered the real estate oflSce of Henry W. 

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Savage, at that time at 27 Court Street, Boston, where I held 
a position as rental clerk and salesman for city proper, Box- 
bury and Dorchester property. In the spring of 1900 I 
accepted a position with Simpson Brothers Corporation, of 
Boston, estimating on contract work for granolithic side- 
walks and street paving, and two years later I accepted a 
position with Warren Brothers Co., of Boston, in a similar 
capacity. In May, 1908, I formed a company with Mr. 
Qeorge H. Lowe of Arlington, Mass., which was the Lowe- 
Armington Company, incorporated under the laws of Massa- 
chusetts of which I held the position as vice-president and 
treasurer. The purpose of the company was to carry on a 
contracting business in concrete paving and construction. 
In 1913 I acquired Mr. Lowe's interest in the business and 
since that time have carried on the business alone, under 
the name of Hervey F. Armington, Incorporated, as presi- 
dent and treasurer. My uncle, Jonathan C. Randall, died 
in 1900, leaving me the trusteeship of his estate, which trust 
I still hold. Member : Hale Club, Boston, Mass. ; Boston Art 
dub, Boston, Mass.; Appalachian Mountain Club, Massa- 
chusetts Highway Association, National Geographic So- 
ciety. 

WILLIAM HENRY ARMSTRONG 



Bom GlMgow, Scotland, May 16, 187i. 

Parents Robert Henry Armgtrong, Mary Jane McMorrov). 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in CoU^:© 1899-1900. 

Degrees SM' (Boston University), 1899; 8M. (Massachu- 

setts Agricultural College), 1899. 
Business Army Officer. 

Address Henry Barracks, Cayey, Porto Rico. 

Formerly assistant in the English Department at Harvard, 
and art critic for the New York Evening Post. Author of 
**Poems" (Houghton, MiflBin Company), and "Idols," to be 
published in the fall. 

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PERCY ARAD ATHERTON 

Bom Harvard, Mmb., June 2Jk, 1877. 

Parents Charles Philemon Atherton, Barak Btet$on 

Batoyer, 
School BroM/leld Bchool, Harvard, Ma$9, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; LLM., 190S, 

Married Louise Newhall Valpey, Boston, Mass., June 4, 

1910. 
Children Henry Valpey, May 6, 1911; Barah Bawyer, Dec. 

12, 191S. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 7 Charles River Bquare, Boston, Mass. 

(business) SO Btate Bt., Boston, Mass. 

On leaving the Law School in 1903, I began practising 
law ¥nth the firm of Morse and Friedman, now Swift, Fried- 
man and Atherton. Ofif and on I have travelled a little; a 
vacation in Cuba, another in Quebec, and seven in Europe. 
Generally I spend a week each summer with the militia; 
for the last five years as ** Judge Advocate." Recently I 
have bought a farm in Worcester county, within easy reach 
of Boston, where we expect to live about half the time. I 
am a director of the American Unitarian Association, treas- 
urer of the Unitarian General Conference, a trustee and 
secretary of the Bromfield School, a trustee of Proctor 
Academy, treasurer of the Carolina Industrial School, and 
a member of the National Committee on Prison Labor. Mem- 
ber: University and Harvard Clubs of Boston, Harvard 
Musical Association, and sundry bar associations. 



WILLIAM HENRY ATTWILL 

Bom Lynn, Mass., Jan. SO, 186S. 

Parents Theodore Attwill, Mehitable Murray Valpey. 

School Lynn High Bcho&l and private tutors, Lynn, Mass. 

Years in CoUege ISffB-lSBS; 1896-1900. 

Degrees B.B., 1900. 

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Married Carrie Ella Elder Romb, Scranton, Pa., Nov, 25, 

1908, 
Business Second AsMistant Examiner, United States Patent 

Office, 
Address (home) 1015 N (The Alabarwa), Washington, D, C, 

(business) United States Patent Office, Div, 25, 

Washington, D, C. 

After graduation in 1900, I spent the next two years as 
assistant at Harvard College Observatory where I had been 
employed for the ten years previous to that year. In 1903, 
was employed at the Curtis & Jones Co., shoe manufacturers 
of Reading, Pennsylvania. Spent the year 1904 at home, 
in Arlington, Mass., studying for the civil service examin- 
ation for assistant examiner in the Patent Office. Took the 
examinaton for this position on April, 19-20, 1904, and 
passing, received my appointment on June 26. 1905. Began 
work in the office on July 1, 1905. Was promoted from 
fourth to third assistant examiner in November, 1906. Re- 
ceived a second promotion from third assistant to second 
assistant in May, 1910. My life since graduation has been 
uneventful. Have made many visits to Arlington, Mass., 
where most of my vacations have been spent. In August 
of 1913, took a trip to the Pacific coast, going over the 
Canadian Rockies to Vancouver, thence taking the '* inland 
route" to Alaska. Returning, visited Seattle, Victoria, 
Tacoma, and Portland, Oregon, in company with my wife, 
whose home is in this last mentioned city. After a week 
in Portland, we started back east by way of Yellowstone 
Park, Salt Lake City, Denver and the Royal Gorge — 
altogether a trip of about 9,000 miles. Have been reading 
law for three years and hope to be prepared for the bar by 
the next summer. The work at the Patent Office, partaking 
as it does both of science and the law, is of variety and 
interest and involves many nice points, and I am very glad 
to have the privilege of working in this branch of the gov- 
ernment service. Member: National Geographical So- 
ciety of Washington, Philosophical Society of Washing- 
ton, 1905-1908, Men's Society of the Church of the Covenant, 
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NATHANIEL FARWELL AYER 

Bom Boston, Mass., June 24, 1878, 

Parents James Browne Ayer, Mary Eliza Farwelh 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees B.B,, 1900. 

Business Cotton manufacturer. 

Address (home) 518 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
(business) 70 Kilhy St., Boston, Mass. 

Since graduating from college in 1900 I have been a busy 
mill man, being interested in the management of four New 
England cotton mills with headquarters in Boston. I regret 
that I cannot boast of writing books, plays, music, or even 
having had a serious illness; but I have travelled somewhat 
abroad and in the United States and have managed to pass 
the time, on the whole, very pleasantly. Member: Union 
Boat Club, Exchange Club, Union Club, Brookline Country 
Club, Eastern Yacht Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard 
and Merchants Clubs of New York. 

WILLIAM BURTON AYERS 

Bom Rosshurg, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1873. 

Parents Charles Hartson Ayers, Emily Van Dusen. 

School Pike Seminary. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Address Unknown. 

[Not heard from.] 

CHARLES FULLERTON BACON 

Bom Boston, Mass., Oct. 5, 1877. 

Parents Charles Fullerton Bacon, Isabella Huill. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Robxury, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Louise Walcott Richards, Weymouth, Mass., Oct.. 

31, 1905. 

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Children Mary Claw Bacon, Oct. 29, 1906; Charles FulUr- 

ton Bacon, Jr., June 18, 1908. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 284 Blacketone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 

(business) 126 Washington St., Providence, R. I. 

[Not heard from.] 



LESLIE TALBOT BAKER 

Bom Newport, R. I,, Bept. 6, 1876. 

Parents Amos Prescott Baker, Ellen Talhot Smith. 

School Noble and €freenough*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ)., 1906. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) S7 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 2S Sabin St., Providence, R. I. 

In 1909, I became, upon the resignation of my father, 
president of The Victor Shaw Ring Traveler Company, and 
have remained in this position to date. While connected with 
the above company, I have been an active salesman, as well 
as one of its officers. The pleasure trips I have taken since 
1900, have been in Europe and British North America. At 
present I am having a rest and hope to' be at my dei^ within 
three months. Member : Mystic Grange, American Bookplate 
Society, Boylston Medical Society, Zetland Lodge No. 7, 
Masons, DeMolay Commandery, Mystic Shrine, Roundabout 
Club. 



HENRY BROWN BALDWIN 



Bom Worcester, Mass., Aug. 9, 1877. 

Parents John Stanton Baldwin, BmUy Brown. 

School cnassical and English High Schools, Worcester, 

Mass. 
Years in College 1896^897. 
Business Stenographer and clerh. 

Address 61 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

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About all I can say is that I have worked in varioos 
business and government oflSees in a minor capacity, since 
leaving college. 

TKnilUam ®alUfot& Sale 

Bom Melrose, Mas9., June 6, 1878. 

Parents Albert Oalliford Bale, Mary OaroHne PuUifer. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died April -f, 1902, in Penllyn, Pa, 

[See obituary in Third Report] 



HENRY WINTHOP BALLANTINE 

Bom Oherlin, Ohio, Oct, 12, 1880, 

Parents William Gay Ballantine, Emm^a Frances Atwood, 

School Oherlin Academy, Oherlin, Ohio, 

Years in CoUege 1898-1900. 

Degrees A,B,, 1900; LL.B„ 190k, 

Married Grace Wetherell, Mill Valley, Cat, July 22, 1906, 

Children Bettina, July S, 1910. 

Business Teacher (Professor) of Law, 

Address fhome) 168 Prospect Ave., Madison, Wis, 

(business) University of Wisconsin Law Bchool, 
Madison, Wis, 

The year after graduation I spent mostly in certain busi- 
ness investigations in connection with a large land company 
in Sonora, Mexico, and also visited California and Alaska. 
After this wanderjahr, I entered Harvard Law School, from 
which I was graduated in 1904. Having a liking for the 
West, I went at once to San BVancisco to enter practice, and 
was admitted to the bar in September, 1904. In the follow- 
ing spring, 1905, I formed a partnership with Philip Ban- 
croft, another Harvard man, which met with a fair measure 
of success. We were burned out of our ofiSces in the Call 
Building, San Francisco, in the great fire following the 

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earthquake of April, 1906. The firm was dissolved in Sep- 
tember, 1909. I eontinned to practise till September, 1911, 
being for over a year connected with the law department of 
the Western Pacific Railroad Co. For several years I had 
been interested in teaching and law writing, and gave 
courses at the University of California, in Berkeley, and 
at Hastings College of Law in San Francisco. In 1911 
I accepted a call to the deanship of the new law de- 
partment at the University of Montana, Missoula, Mont. In 
the summer of 1913 I taught at the law department of the 
University of Michigan, and resigned the deanship at Mon- 
tana to accept a professorship at the University of Wis- 
consin where I am now located. During the past year 
(1914) I was secretary of the American Institute of Criminal 
Law and Criminology. I have written : Articles in various 
law journals, including ''Labor Legislation," (Case and 
Comment, Sept., 1912) ; ''Partial Law," (12 Columbia Law 
Review, June, 1912); "Military Dictatorship," (L Cali- 
fornia Bar Review, July, 1913); "Consideration," (XII. 
Michigan Law Review, April, 1912) ; "Mutuality and Consid- 
eration," (XXVnL Harvard Law Review, Dec, 1914); 
"Military Authority," (in preparation). Member: Uni- 
versity dub, Madison, Wis., Harvard Club, Madison, Wis., 
Phi Delta Phi, Madison, Wis. (honorary), American Insti- 
tute of Criminal Law, American Society of Military Law. 

Setb fteswoofe 3Ballat& 

Bom Gardner, Mass., Dec. 10, 1878. 

Parents Howard Livermare Ballard, Mary Bliza Heywood. 

School 8t PauVs Bchool, Concord, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Died Jan. S, 1899. 

[See note in Third Report.] 

FLOYD GEORGE BALLENTINE 

Bom Factoryville, Pa., July 9, 1878. 

Parents John Ballentine, Harriet Oerould. 

School State Normal Bchool, Clarion, Pc 

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Years in College 1899.1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; AJi., 1901; Ph.D., 190S; A.B. (Buck^ 

nell University) f 1899. 
Married Grace Agnes Newton, Cambridge, Mass., Aug. SI, 

190i. 
Children Eleanor, July IS, 1906; George Newton, Feb. 15, 

1909; Robert Gerould, Sept. 12, 1912. 
Business Teacher. 

Address Taylor St., Lewisburg, Pa. 

After receiving my doctor's degree at Harvard in classical 
philology in 1903, I came to Bucknell University as instruct- 
or in Latin. The next year I was made assistant professor 
and this position I still hold. I spent the summer of 1911 
abroad, giving most of my time to Italy. Peeling the advis- 
ability of having a place of refuge in case of losing my job, 
I built myself a home in the winter of 1912. I have pre- 
pared: An edition of the Hauton Timorumenos of Terence, 
(Sanborn and Co., 1910). I have written: Some Phases of 
the Cult of the Nymphs, (Harvard Studies in Classical 
Philology, Vol. XV.), The Cult of the Nymphs as Water- 
Deities among the Romans, (Proceedings of the Amrican 
Philological Association, Vol. 34), The Influence of Terence 
upon English Comedy, (Proceedings of the American 
Philological Association, Vol. 37). Member: American 
Philological Association, The Classical Association of the 
Atlantic States. 



MAJOR WILLIAM BARBER 

Bom Eliazbeth, N. J., Aug. 25, 1876. 

Parents William Andrew Barber, Cora Livingston Stod^ 

dard. 
School Boys* High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Business Publisher. 

Address- (home) 191 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(business) 46-48 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

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RALPH TILLINGHAST BARNEFIELD 

Bom Pawtucket, R. /., Jan. 11, 1880. 

Parents Thomas Pierce Barnefleld, Clara Josephine Paine. 

School High School, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1903. 

Married Maud Holdridge Arnold, Pawtucket, R. I., June 8, 

1909. 
Children Arnold Tillinghast, Feb. 2S, 1911 (died Aug. 17, 

1911) ; Ruth, June 29, 1911,. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 91 Summit St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

(business) 48 Custom House St., Providence, R.I. 

No change from last report. Member : To Kalon Club, Paw- 
tucket, R. I., Wannamoisett Country Club, Providence, R. I., 
Harvard Club of Rhode Island, Providence Bar Club. 

KARL SCHENCK BARNES 

Born Somerville, Mass., Dec. 16, 1876. 

Parents Albert Mallard Barnes, Emily Leighton Carter. 

School Cambridge High and Latin School, Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 
Married Mary Frances Rabbins, Roslindale, Mass., Sept. 27, 

1911. 
Business Assistant General Manager Cambridge Ga< Light 

Company. 
Address (home) SS Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 719 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 

Mass. 

I left college in 1898 on account of poor health, and after 
a few months' vacation went to work as a mechanic in the 
Cramp Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pa. In 1898 I left, owing 
to continued poor health, and took a trip to Porto Rico, 
where I stayed on a sugar plantation for about five months. 
On my return home I obtained employment with the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company as rodman in the engineering de- 
partment and worked my way up through the following po- 

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sitioDS: pitman, wireman, conductor, clerk, superintendent 
of employment, to division superintendent. While in the 
employ of this company I had the experience of taking part 
in two strikes, that of the linemen and also the conductors 
and motormen. I resigned from the Elevated Railway 
February 1, 1913, to accept the position which I now hold 
with the Cambridge Gas Light Company. During the winter 
of 1908 I took a trip to Jamaica, Colon, Panama, and San 
Jose, Costa Bica. As to of&ces held, I am at the present 
time a director of the Charles River Trust Company of 
Cambridge, as well as a member of the Transportation Com- 
mittee for the Quindecennial Celebration. Member: Har- 
vard Club of Boston, The Oakley Country Club of Belmont, 
New England Association of Gas Engineers, Cambridge 
Board of Trade. 



WILLIAM LESTER BARNES 

Bom Providence, R, /., Ma/y 28, 1878. 

Parents William Henry Borne*, Caddie Eva Porter. 

School High ScTiool, North Attlehoro, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 1904. 

Married . Esther Ritchie Wyman, Boston, March 20, 1906. 

Children Etta May, Nov. 27, 1906 (died Feb. 24, 1911); Wil- 

liam Lester, Jr., Jan. 6, 1908; Marion Louise, 
May 26, 1912 (died Jan. 20, 191S). 

Business Physician. 

Address S62 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, Mass. 

After graduating from Harvard College I went to Harvard 
Medical School, was graduated in 1904. Spent next two years 
at Boston City Hospital. Settled in Lexington on leaving City 
Hospital in 1906. Have stayed here ever since and fear I 
am now in rather a deep rut. As there are no rivers in 
the town I have not set any on fire. But I have been what 
in generally considered successful in a general practice of 
medicine and am living in comparative comfort in a good 
house with a pretty contented little family. We lost one 

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beautiful little girl at 4 1-4 years, which nearly wrecked our 
family happiness — and soon after another little girl was 
born and bid fair to take the other's place, but she too died 
at 6 months and we felt that our cup of sorrow was running 
over. But we had one fine boy left. We have kept up our 
courage, though, and now have another ordered, which I 
may be able to announce to you before your report goes to 
press. Am chairman of Lexington Board of Health. Mem- 
ber: American Medical Association, Mass. Medical Society, 
Waltham Medical Society, Old Belfry Club, Lexington, 
Men's Club, Lexington. 



JAMES BELLINGER BARNEY 

Born Boston, Mass,, Jan. 10, 1878, 

Parents Charles CJiamplin Barney, Mary Dellinger. 

School Boxbury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 1904. 

Married Margaret Waldo Higginson, Dublin, N. H., Sept. 2, 

1905. 
Children Wentworth Higginson, Aug. IS, 1906; Margaret 

Bellinger, June IS, 1908. 
Business Surgeon. 

Address (home) 80 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) S74 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 

Summer of 1900 travelled through Europe with Nat Ayer. 
Pall of 1900 entered the Harvard Medical School where I 
spent four hard, but intensely interesting, years. In June, 
1904, I was given my M.D. In November, 1904, I entered 
upon a sixteen months' service as surgical house officer at the 
Massachusetts General Hospital, finishing in August, 1905. 
I was married in September, and a month later began prac- 
tice. Prom the outset my professional work has had to do 
with surgery, especially that branch of it known as **G. U.", 
which deals with diseases of the urinary and genital organs 
of both sexes. Even this little field is so large that it cannot 
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slowly, bat has shown a satisfactory advance each year. At 
first it included all kinds of things, but for the past five years 
or so, I have seen little else but my special line of work, — ^the 
largest part of it in consultation with other doctors. I have 
spent many weeks and months of my professional life in the 
library, hospital and laboratory, studying and investigating. 
The work which I have turned out has been an effort to con- 
tribute something to the sum of knowledge in my specialty. 
The profession can tell you whether I have succeeded. I 
spent many months of my first years of practice in the out- 
patient department of the Massachusetts General Hospital as 
an assistant. Later I was appointed assistant surgeon to the 
€tenito-Urinary Department of the Boston Dispensary. I 
held this job for two or three years and then resigned to ac- 
cept the position, in 1911, of genito-urinary surgeon to out- 
patients at the Massachusetts General Hospital, which I still 
hold. About that time I was appointed assistant in genito- 
urinary surgery at the Harvard Medical School, and I have 
taught the third and fourth year medical students for about 
eight months each year. In addition to this I have taught 
many graduate physicians in the Harvard Graduate School of 
Medicine, where I have given a special course in the anatomy 
and surgery of the genito-urinary tract. My summers for 
the past five or six years have been spent at Ipswich, Mass., 
and a year or two ago we bought some land there, with th^ 
intention of building when our ''ship comes in." There are 
the makings of a small farm on the place, and I spend much 
of my spare time, not to say cash, in making changes and 
additions. I have found that there is nothing like the out- 
door life and a close acquaintance with nature, to restore the 
jaded mind and body to normal conditions. I have pub- 
lished various articles in medical journals. Member: Har- 
vard Club of Boston, Union Boat Club, Ipswich Historical 
Society, Massachusetts Medical Society, Boylston Medical 
Society, Aesculapian Club, American Medical Association, 
American Association of Genito-Urinary Surgeons, Inter- 
national Urological Association, American Urological Associ- 
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General Hoflpital Alumni Association; Fellow of the Ameri- 
can College of Surgeons, Fellow of the Boston Medical 
Library. 

HENDRICK WARE BARNUM 

Bom Danlmry, Conn., April 12, 1879, 

Parents Hendrick Bamum, Charlotte Marion Ware. 

School Danbury High School, Danhwry, Ct. 

Years in CoUcgc 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190S; A.B. (8t. Lawrence), 

1899; A.M. (8t. Lawrence), 1900. 
Married Margarett Helen Currier, Cambridge, Ma$a., April 

28, 1906. 
Children Margarett Elizabeth, Feb. 11, 1901; Elinor Pa- 

mela, April 28, 1908: Marion Ware, April 7, 

1910. 
Buoiness Lawyer. 

Address (home) 199 Chapman Bt., Canton, Ma$a. 

(business) 1104 Pemberton Building, Boston, 

Mass. 

After graduation I spent three years in the Law School, 
at the end of which time I was admitted to the Massachu- 
setts bar and entered the law office of Elder and Whitman, 
in Boston. In 1910 I was admitted to the firm. The name of 
our firm is now Elder, Whitman and Bamum. In 1915, I 
became assistant attorney general of Massachusetts. Mem- 
ber: Boston Athletic Association, Boston City Club, Wam- 
patuck Country Club. 

RICHARD RICE BARRETT 

Bom Concord, Mass., Aug. 4, 1877. 

Parents Richard Fay Barrett, Cora Belle Rice. 

School Concord High School, Concord, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1904. 
Business Farmer. 

Address Warrenton, Va. 

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FREDERIC GAFFNEY BARRY 

Born Rochester, N. 7.. April 27, 1876. 

Parents William Crawford Barry, Mary Louise Qaffney^ 

School Private instruction. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1901. 

Business Horticulturist and real estate operator. 

Address (home) 706 Mount Hope Ave,, Rochester, N. 7. 

(business) 668 Mount Hope Ave., Rochester, N. 7» 

I am secretary of the two corporations, Ellwanger and 
Barry, and Ellwanger and Barry Realty Co. 

PHILLIPS BARRY 

Bom Boston, Mass., July 18, 1880. 

Parents Charles Alfred Barry, Mary Elizabeth Scates. 

School Prepared by private tutors. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901; 8.T.B., 1916. 

Married Kate Fairbanks Puffer, Framingham, Mass., Oct., 

17, 19U. 
Business AutJior. 

Address 83 Brattle Bt., Cambridge, Mass. 

The main facts of my life up to the year 1910 are con- 
tained in the previous class reports. In the fall of that year, 
I entered the Harvard Divinity School; in February, 1913, 
I was awarded the degree of S.T.B. I have been continu- 
ously, and am still much engaged in literary work and re- 
search, particularly in the field of church history. Since 
1910 I have written the following articles: The Origin of 
Folk-Melodies, A Garland of Ballads, Irish Folk-Song, New 
Ballad Texts, William Carter, the Bensontown Homer, Some 
Aspects of Folk-Song, The Sons of North Britain, The Trans- 
mission of Folk-Song, The Collection of Folk-Song, The 
Bridge of Sunbeams. All the above were published in the 
** Journal of American Folk-Lore." Psanterin, according to 
Daniel III. 5, (The Monist, Vol. XX.), Saints and Sainthood,. 

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(The Open Court, January, 1914), Martyrs' Milk, (The Open 
Court, September, 1914), Antiochus IV. Epiphanes, (Journal 
of Biblical Literature, Vol. XXIX.), The Apocalypse of Ezra, 
(Journal of Biblical Literature, Vol. XXXTT.), A Short 
Chapter of Seleucid History, (Proceedings of the American 
Philological Association, Vol. XLL), An American Homi- 
letic Ballad, (Modem Language Notes, January, 1913), Bells 
Ringing Without Hands, (Modem Language Notes, Janu- 
ary, 1915), Irish Music in the Hudson Manuscripts, (Journal 
of the Irish Folk-Song Society, Vol. XIII.). Member: Ameri- 
can Philological Association, Modem Language Association, 
American Folk-Lore Society, Society of Biblical Literature, 
Irish Folk-Song Society, (20 Hanover Square, London) ; 
American Unitarian Association. 

FREDERICK ORIN BARTLETT 

Bom Haverhill, Mass., July 2, 1876, 

Parents Daniel Clement Bartlettt Caroline Page Wilder, 

School Proctor Academy, Andover, N, H. 

Years in College 1896-1897, 

Married Katherine Hall James, Cambridge, Ma$8,, June t9, 

1908, 
Children Brooks, Sept, 22, 1909; Dorothy Jane, Dec, 16, 

1911; Kent, Dec, 16, 1919. 
Business Author, 

Address 8 Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass, 

After leaving college and trying a variety of occupations 
I finally drifted into newspaper work, beginning on the 
Boston Record. After several years there I went to the 
Boston Herald. In the meanwhile I had published short 
stories in various magazines and a novel entitled, ** Joan of the 
Alley," published by Houghton, MiflSin Company in 1904. In 
this same year I also won a short story contest conducted 
by the Ladies* Home Journal — thereby gaining considerable 
notoriety. In 1906 I joined the Sunday Magazine staff of 
the Herald and for a year and a half did special articles. A 
shift in management brought a shift in my own fortunes and 
I went to Washington on the staff of Ridgway's Weekly — 

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a pleasant experience which, however, lasted only a few 

months. Then I decided to go West and armed with letters 

to many editors, visited Seattle and Vancouver. A month 

or two there convinced me that I had lived altogether too 

long in Boston to readjust myself to the West, so I came 

back, determined, sink or swim, to devote all my time to 

the writing of fiction. It was a hazardous undertaking and 

for a year or two I was sore tempted to get back again into 

the old newspaper game. However, chance stories in the 

Atlantic Monthly, Everybody's, Collier's, St. Nicholas, 

Smart Set, Saturday Evening Post, etc., kept me going, and 

in 1909 I published my second novel, **The Web of the 

Golden Spider." From that point on, the road was a whole 

lot easier to travel and has so continued to be. In addition 

to several novels over my own name and many short stories, 

I have written several books under a pseudonym — ^which 

has been quite the most interesting of all my experiences. 

This was not done with malice aforethought but came about 

naturally as the result of the curious success of an article 

put out over no name at all. My work being independent 

of an office allows me to spend some three or four months 

every year on a small place in Maine which I have taken 

pleasure in developing. I am now starting a pine grove 

there of a thousand trees which ought to be a sure enough 

grove about 1940. I have written: Joan of the Alley, 

(Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1904); The Web of the (Jolden 

Spider, (Small Maynard Co., 1909); The Seventh Noon, 

(Small, Maynard Co., 1910) ; The Prodigal Pro Tem, (Small, 

Maynard Co., 1911) ; The Guardian, (Small, Maynard Co., 

1912) ; The Forest Castaways, (Century Co., 1911) ; The 

Lady of the Lane, (Century Co., 1912) ; Whippen, (Century 

Co., 1913); short stories. Member: Boston Author's Club, 

New York Author's CJlub, Harvard CJlub of Boston. 

JOSIAH CALEF BARTLETT JR. 

Bom Taunton, Mass., June 2.i, 1879. 

Parents Josiah Calef Bartlett, Orace Sampson. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900; LLM. (Narthtoeatem UnivertUy), 1905. 

Business LaMoyer, 

Address (home) 27S9 Pine Orave Ave,, Chicago, 7IZ. 

(busines8) S5 North Dearham St., Chicago, III, 

Nothing of particular interest since last class report. Ani 
still engaged in practice of law — alone — with a good deal 
of personal individual practice. Work has grown in worth 
and interest, and though my practice is general in its nature, 
I have been more concerned with the financial end of the 
law, that is the security markets as to stocks and bonds, 
reorganizations, etc., in connection with the management 
and investment of funds for individuals and in the manage- 
ment of trust estates, etc., and expert opinion as to securities. 



THOMAS ROBERT BATEMAN 

Bom Salem, Mas8„ Oct, 11, 1878. 

Parents Richard Bateman, Maria Elizabeth Jagues. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL,B,, 1909. 

Married Mildred Frances Holt, Sept. 7, 1910. 

Children Richard Holt, July 16, 1912. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 8 Myrtle St., Winchester, Mass. 

(business) 524 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass, 

I have practised my profession in Boston since my admis- 
sion to the bar in 1903. I served nine years in the Mass. Vol. 
Militia (cavalry) and then, needing a hobby, took up golf. 
I have travelled a little, entirely in the United States. I have 
taken a minor part in politics, never a candidate for oflSce, 
merely as a worker in the ranks — of course a Republican. On 
the whole, a reasonably satisfied and contented life with hope 
always present. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Win- 
chester Country Club, William Parkman Lod^e, A. P. and 
A. M., International Law Society. 

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FREDERIC GILBERT BAUER 

Bom Jamaica Plain, MasB., Jan. 2S, 1881. 

Parents Charles Theodore Bauer, Ada Marion Shute. 

School Boston Latin Bchooh Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190S. 

Married Mary Frances Wilhar, South Weymouth, Mass., 

June 29, 1909. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 2S6 Pleasant St., South Weymouth, Mass. 

(business) 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

On graduation from the Law School I entered the office of 
Hall, Bangs, Barlow and Homans for a few months, after 
which time I started in practice for myself; and I have so 
continued ever since, my present firm being Fowler, Bauer 
and Kenney. For many years I was a member of the Re- 
publican Committee of Ward 23 of Boston, being chairman 
of the committee the last part of the time. For the last six 
years I have lived most of the time at South Weymouth, 
Massachusetts, where I have a country place. Outside of my 
profession, my chief activities have been in the militia and 
Free Masonry. In the former I am captain and quarter- 
master of the Eighth Massachusetts Infantry. In the latter I 
am at the present time senior warden of Eliot Lodge, a past 
high priest of Dorchester Royal Arch Chapter, master of 
Temple Council, R. and S. M., and a member of South Shore 
Commandery, K. T. 

REX MITCHELL BAXTER 

Bom Lima, Ohio, Sept. 1, 1878. 

Parents Alfred Cherry Baxter, Frances Rowena Mitchell. 

School Oherlin Academy. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 12211 Hessler Road, Cleveland, 0. 

(business) 612 Caxton Building, Cleveland, 0. 

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FREDERICK HALL REALS 

Born Mt, YUion, N, 7., Nov. 26, 1875. 

Parents Edtoard Eliphalet Beats, Mary Elizabeth Hall. 

School Oneonta Btate Normal School, Oneonta, N. 7. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 190S. 

Married Frances Isahelle Everett, Worcester, Mass., June 

24, 1902. 
Children Frances Elizabeth, Oct. 4, 1905; Edward Everett^ 

Nov. 6, 1908. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 284 Clifton Ave., Newark, N. J. 

(business) Barringer High Bchool, Newark, N. /. 

The first two years after graduation I taught science in 
Worcester Academy, then returned to Harvard for graduate 
work in physics and received my A.M. in June, 1903. The 
next six years were spent in Los Angeles, California, where 
I taught science: one year in the Harvard School for Boys, 
two years in the Los Angeles State Normal School, and three 
years as professor of physics in Occidental College. When 
in the Normal School I was State Expert Reader of Physi- 
ology. As chairman of the Laboratories Committee of the 
college I travelled in 1907 twelve thousand miles in visiting^ 
the best science laboratories between San Francisco and New 
York and between Boston and Baltimore and selected equip- 
ment which, at the time, made our physics department the best 
equipped of any college in the southwest. One summer I 
spent at the University of California. I lectured on wireless 
telegraphy before the Southern California Academy of 
Science and the Long Beach Chatauqua. The initiative and 
vigor of the growing southwest had a strong attraction for 
me for I felt that I was a part of it ; but, after coming East 
in the summer of 1909, I decided to give up my work in 
California to be near home once more. Since then I have 
taught two and a half years in Plainfield, N. J., and three 
and a half years in Newark, N. J. This is my fourth year 
as Chairman of the Physics Committee of the New Jersey 
State Science Teachers' Association, and my third year on 

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the national committee known as the Joint Committee on 
Physics (N. E. A.). I have contributed to several publications 
which have been distributed widely among physics teachers 
throughout the country, in the effort to promote more prac- 
tical and better teaching of physics. I am tremendously 
interested in education that touches life. For relaxation I 
am reviewing manuscripts for publishers and playing golf. 
I have suffered a great loss in the recent death of my father 
whose life was the inspiration of his two sons and his many 
pupils, for he too was a teacher. Member: American 
Physical Society, New Jersey State Science Teachers' Asso- 
ciation, Schoolmen's Club, Newark; High School Men's 
Association, Newark; Wednesday Club, Newark; Physics 
Club of New York. 

LYNN STALEY BEALS 

Bom Mt. Ti$U>n, N. Y., June 24, 1877. 

Parents Edward Eliphalet BeaU, Mary Elisabeth Hclh 

School Oneonta State Normal Bchool, Oneanta, N. 7. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ)., 1904. 

Married Elizabeth Pearl Potter, Buffalo, N. 7., June 2, 1908. 

Children Lynn Staley, Jr., March 11, 1910; ElUabeth, April 

5, 1918. 
Business PhyBidan. 

Address 885 Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. 7. 

The principal facts since leaving college as I remember 
them are: Went to Medical School on Boylston Street for 
four years, being connected with Randall Hall Dining Asso- 
ciation as secretary or auditor during that time. Of course, 
naturally, I had to eat there ; it seemed to me the right thing 
to do. I then got an appointment at the Massachusetts (Gen- 
eral Hospital, in the West Medical Service for sixteen months, 
b^^inning the middle of my senior medical year. I gradu- 
ated from both places and came to Albany about January, 
1905, and took and passed the New York State Board. I 
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not in my honor, and July 5, 1905, began the practice of medi- 
cine and continued whenever I had the chance. I don't think 
I have ever really killed anybody — and trust that I have done 
some good. Member : New York State Medical Society, Erie 
Co., N. Y., Medical Union of Buffalo, N. Y.; President of 
Eoswell Park Medical Club, Buffalo, N. Y. 

WILLIAM LEE BEARDSELL 

Bom Dunkirk, N. F.. March 21, 1877. 

Parents William James Beardsell, Harriet E, Herrick. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degr&s A.B., 1900. 

Married Edith Frothingham Mandell, Cambridge, Mass., 

May 18, 1905 (died Jan. 6, 1915). 
Children Paul Mandell, April 8, 1906; Arthur Herrick, Oct. 

8, 1907; Allyn Copp, March 9, 1909; William 

Lee, Jr., April SO, 1910; Margaret, Oct. IS, 1911; 

Alice, Sept. SO, 191S. 
Business Stockbroker. 

Address (home) 19 Merriam St., Lexington, Mass. 

(business) 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

I have done nothing of a spectacular nature since I left 
college, and since my marriage. I have devoted my entire 
time to the care of a rapidly increasing family of very healthy 
children, four of whom I hope will one day go to Harvard. 
The death of their beautiful mother has left such a void in 
my life that if it were not for my children life itself would 
not be worth while. I can write no more. Aside from col- 
lege clubs to which I belonged as an undergraduate, I am a 
member of none except the Varsity Club. 

ALFRED LeROY BECKER 

Bom Buffalo, N. 7., March 22, 1878. 

Parents Tracy Chatfleld Becker, Minnie Alfredena LeRoy. 

School Central High School, Buffalo, N. 7. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B (Univ. of Buffalo), 1902. 

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Married Eulahee Dix, New York, N. 7., Dec tt, 1910. 

ChOdren PhUip Dix, June 4, 191t; Joan, Feb. IS, 1914. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) Touraine Hotel, Buftato, N. Y. 

(husinesB) 8S4 Prudential Building, BuffaHo, N. Y. 

Between 1900 and 1902 I studied law. Between 1902 and 
1905 I practised law with the firm of Roberts, Becker, 
Messer and Groat at Buffalo, and was registrar and lecturer 
on contracts in the law school of the University of Buffalo. 
In 1905 and 1906 I was special counsel for the Attorney- 
General of the State of New York in certain legal matters 
pending chiefly in New York City. Between 1907 and 1914 
I practised law with the firm of Hoyt and Spratt in Buffalo, 
and was largely occupied with the legal affairs of the New 
York Central Lines. Beginning January 1, 1915, I am 
deputy Attorney-General of the state of New York, and 
expect to be at work in Albany the greater part of the time. 
These are the bare bones of what has been really an intense- 
ly active life. In the main I have had good health, and 
strength enough. The more I have had to do the happier I 
have been. Might I add that my wife is a miniature painter 
of real distinction? And a mother of real distinction. 
Member: Harvard Club of New York, Port Orange Club of 
Albany, University Club of Buffalo, and a number of others. 

SHERBURN MERRILL BECKER 

Bom Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 19, 1876. 

Parents Waihington Becker, 8ardh Merrill. 

School Belmont School. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1898. 
Married 1896. 

Chfldren Three. 

Business Financier. 

Address (home) Belnord Apartments, 86th 8t. and Broad- 

way, New York, N. Y. 
(busineaa) 60 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

1902-4, supervisor; 1904-6, alderman; 1908-9, mayor, Mil- 
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RUSSELL BOOTH BEDFORD 

Born Brooklyn, N, Y., Jan. 25, 1879. 

Parents William Henry Bedford, Emma Caroline Taylor. 

School Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, N, 7. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Married Ethel M<uon Croker, New York, N. T., Jan, 3, 

1901. 
Children Russell Booth, Jr., Dec. 28, 1901; Eugene Daly 

Croker, March 26, 190S; Ethel Carolyn, Oct. 24, 

1909. 
Business Engineer and Exporter. 

Address (hom^) S07 North Fullerton Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

(business) H9 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Your plea that I should write of myself what I would 
like to hear concerning the ** other fellow" is my reason for 
what follows. I would greatly prefer exchanging experi- 
ences face to face — ^getting thereby much for little given. 
On leaving Cambridge in June 1900, I **laid over'' until fall 
for one more summer at the shore, and pitched in at the 
newspaper game in the early fall of 1900 with the New York 
Commercial Advertiser, City Editor Lincoln Steffens, and 
a bunch of Harvard fellows on the staff. Would have en- 
joyed staying at it always, but meant to be an engineer, 
and, after about a month as a **cub reporter" got into the 
game as draughtsman and with a slight vacation for a 
wedding trip early in January, 1901, knocked from one job to 
another on the way up the ladder (the rungs were darned 
close together) until in March, 1901, I became manager of 
the New York office of the American Blower Co. of Detroit, 
Michigan. I remained with that company continuously until 
June 1, 1913, filling all sorts of positions as specialty engin- 
eer, marine engineer, manager of the export department, etc., 
and have acted privately as consulting engineer on my own 
account since 1909 to the present time. In 1903 I removed 
from Brooklyn, N. Y., to Montclair, N. J., where I lived 
quietly until in 1910 I was hauled bodily into politics and 
elected to the Town Council of Montclair, where my troubles 
began. I served until January 1, 1914, acting in that time 

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as chairman of the committee of roads, sewers and street 
opening, and as member of the finance committee^ 
lighting and franchise committees, fire committee, build- 
ing committee, police committee and water committee^ 
all throughout my term and during the last year acting 
as chairman of the water committee also. Was also 
a member of special committees from time to time, so that 
I have been engaged since January 1, 1914, in again becom- 
ing acquainted with my wife and children. After leaving 
the American Blower Company in June, 1913, I spent three 
months in endeavoring to pull a good proposition together^ 
but gave it up as a bad job, and became president of the 
Railway Materials Export Corporation, of 149 Broadway, 
New York, engaging in the export of several high grade 
railway specialties and through our representatives 
throughout the world, exporting engineering specialties of 
all sorts, and acting as purchasers here for foreign firms. 
A sister organization likewise handles the sale of machinery 
in the eastern United States. We have not yet given the 
United States Steel Corporation or the Steel Products Com- 
pany cause for jealousy, but we are contented, if not satis- 
fied, and the business is growing in spite of the present dis- 
turbances. Member: Am^erican Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, American Society of Naval Engineers, American 
Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Associ- 
ation of Harvard Engineers, New York Society of Harvard 
Engineers, Harvard dub of New Jersey, Montdair Athletic 
Club, Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Vestry St. John's Protest- 
ant Episcopal Church, Montclair, N. J. 

SILAS PALMER BEEBE 

Born 8t. Johns, Mich., A.prU 22, 1876. 

Parents Aram Beehe, Emma L. Beebe. 

School Bt. Johns High School, 8t. Johns, Mich. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900; M.8. (YaU), 1902; PhJ). (Yale), 1904; 

M.D., (Cornell), 1909. 

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Married Mary E, Whitney, Valparaiso, IrnL, Feb. 9, 1896. 

Children Doris; Ruth; Palmer Lewis, July tO, 1906; Shaler. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 17 East S8th St., New York, N. T. 

(business) 414 East 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

When I left Harvard I went to New Haven and was a stu- 
dent at Yale for four years. Later, in 1903, I came to New 
York to the Loomis Laboratory and have been here ever since 
doing a variety of things in a medical way and attempting 
to make both ends meet at the same time. After reaching 
New York I was for four years a student in the Cornell 
University Medical School and have been engaged in research 
work in this laboratory and in the practice of medicine since 
that time. I have published a number of papers in the medi- 
cal journals from time to time during the last few years. 
Some of these may have been of interest and others haVe 
probably been pretty **punk." There is really very little 
to say about my activities since leaving college except 
that I have been busy most of the time and as far as I am 
able to determine I have not lost any weight and probably 
have not lost any hair since most of that was lost before I left 
Harvard. 



LEON GAGE BEELEY 

Bom Lawrence, Mass., June 20, 1878. 

Parents James Mansfield Beeley, Lizzie Josephine Ferson. 

School Lawrence ^igh School, Lawrence, Mass. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 



Degrees 


A.B., 1900; MJ)., 1904. 


Married 


Sarah Lydia Peckover, Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 14, 




1906. 


ChUdren 


Dorothy, Sept. 12, 1907; Richard Spencer, Feb. 25, 




1909. 


Business 


Surgeon. 


Address 


145 Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 



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BERTRAND FAUGERES BELL 



Born 2few York, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1877. 

Parents Edward Rogers Belh Eliza Nickel Soutter. 

School Oroton School, Oroton, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Beatrice Stafford Boggs, ChilHcothe, Ohio, April 

SO. 1902, 
Children Muriel Stuart Fitzhugh, Feb. 20, 190S; Bertrand 

Faug^res Jr., Aug. 6, 1906; Beatrice Stafford, 

Aug. 6, 1906. 
Business No active huMness. 

Address (home) Elmridge Farm, Scarsdale, N. 7. 

(business) Care of Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., 

22 William St., New York, N. Y. 

Went to Halifax and raised Cain, then to southern 
Illinois, the most Gk)dforsaken hole, (Lebanon), as axeman 
on the construction gang B. & 0. S. W. Ry. Then was em- 
ployed in the shops of the road at Chillicothe, Ohio, was 
married at St. Paul's church in that town, April 30, 1902. 
On our wedding trip we went to England, Norway, Sweden, 
Finland, Russia, Poland, Germany, Bohemia, Austria, Hun- 
gary, Switzerland and Prance. I returned to New York City, 
where I was employed by the Rapid Transit Construction 
Co. for one year. Then started as a. contractor for myself. In 
1904 I purchased my present home. In 1906 I closed out my 
business and took my family to Shanklin, Isle of Wight. Re- 
turning late in 1907, I have been, with the exception of a 
trip to Canada and a tour of duty in Bermuda, in Scarsdale 
ever since. In 1909 took a commission as ensign in the 4th 
Division, 1st Battalion, Naval Militia, New York. Shortly 
after was promoted to lieutenant (junior grade) 3rd Divis- 
ion Ist Battalion. Then organized, and subsequently com- 
manded the 7th (Separate) Division, Ist Battalion, N. M. 
N. Y., in New Rochelle as lieutenant. Have taken the com- 
pass course for oflScers, U. S. Naval Observatory, at Arling- 
ton, and also in the hydrographic office, Washington, D. C, 
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office (New York City) in New Bochelle. Have spent more 
than the required time at sea, serving in the Rhode Island, 
Washington, Iowa, Alabama, Florida and Delaware. I for- 
got to state that in 1905 I was elected president of the 
Scarsdale Fire Department, whereupon one of my houses 
burned down. Two or three years ago I purchased a farm 
as a real estate speculation, which has proved very profitable 
as a milk farm. I have had a great deal of interesting fun 
out of it. Member: Union, Army and Navy (New York 
City), Scarsdale Golf and Country Club (Scarsdale, N. Y.)» 
American Yacht Club (Rye, N. Y.), Fox Meadow Tennis 
Club (Scarsdale, N. Y.), American Museum of Natural 
History (New York City), Holland Lodge, No. 8, F. and A. 
M., Jerusalem Chapter, No. 8, Coeur de Lion, Commandery 
No. 23 (all of New York City), Chilicothe, No. 52, B. P. 0. E., 
New Rochelle Yacht Club (ex officio). Fellow American 
Genealogical and Historical Society (life), Fellow American 
Ethnological Society (life). Fellow American Geographical 
Society (life), Fellow Royal Geographical Society. 

CHARLES HERBERT BELL 

Born Philadelphia, Pa„ Oct. 16, 1877. 

Parents Samuel Bell, Ada Rees. 

School Haverford School, Haverford, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Flour Miller and merchant. 

Address (home) ISU Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(business) ith and Market Sts., Philadelphia, Pa, 

[Mr. Bell adds nothing further to the above information.] 

CONRAD BELL 

Bom Newton, Mass., Aug. 21, 1877. 

Parents Albert D. S. Bell, Susan L. Stoughton. 

School Belmont Boarding School, Belmont, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
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Married (first) Elisnheth P. Dudley, Onmlfridoe, Man., 

Sept. 2S, 1905 (died Oct. 11, 1909); (iccond) 
Florence E. Ross, Rutland, Vt., April 29, 1911. 

Children Dudley, July 21, 1906; Conrad, Sept. 4, 1907; Roth 

ert, April 1, 1912; Charlotte, April IS, 19U. 

Business Physician. 

Address 820 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 

After leaving college in 1900 I took four years at the Har- 
vard Medical School. After leaving the Medical School I 
had an appointment as house officer at the Waltham Hospital 
for one year. In the fall of 1905 I started in practising 
medicine and surgery. Since starting in practice I have 
taught obstetrics, materia medica, and am now teaching 
surgery to the nurses of the Waltham Training School for 
Nurses, of which I am a trustee. In 1907 I was appointed 
assistant to the staff of the Waltham Hospital. In 1909 I was 
appointed a member of the staff. For some years I was on 
the visiting staff of the Florence Crittenton Home in 
Watertown. For some years I was bacteriologist to the town 
of Lexington. For some years I have been and am still a 
member of the visiting staff of the Waltham Baby Hospital. 
I am at present visiting surgeon to the Waltham Hospital^ 
visiting physician to the Waltham Baby Hospital, trustee of 
the Waltham Hospital, instructor and trustee of the Waltham 
Training School for Nurses, president of the Waltham 
Medical Club, president of the Waltham Clinical Club, chair- 
man of the Waltham Board of Health, secretary of the 
Waltham Hospital House Officers' Alumni Association. Mem- 
ber of the Massachusetts Medical Society. 

WILLIAM WOOLSEY BELLAMY 

Bom Dorchester, Mass., Dec. 4, 18Tf. 

Parents William Bellamy, Anna Muirson Johnson. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 
Degrees M.D., 1902. 

Business Physician, stenoffrapher, reporter. 

Address (home) 17 Bowdoin Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

(Imsiness) ISO Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

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Left college May 1, 1898, took a course in chemistry at 
Harvard Medical School in summer of '98, entered Medical 
School in fall of '98 ; was graduated from Harvard Medical 
School in June, 1902. Passed State Board of Registration 
of Massachusetts in 1902. Was house officer at Hale Hospi- 
tal, Haverhill, Mass., for fourteen months of 1902 and 1903. 
Had an office for practice of medicine for a year and a half 
in Dorchester, Mass., in 1904 and 1905. Since then have 
only had a few odd temporary jobs which I have obtained by 
means of having a good knowledge of shorthand, and mostly 
in New York City; for instance, was public stenographer 
in a hotel, and did some work for physicians, also in some 
commercial lines. Have spent most of my time in writing 
an improved shorthand system of my own, a few lessons 
of which have been copyrighted. I have written : Shorthand 
Construction, (Printed by The Sparrell Print, Boston, 1910) . 
Member : Boston Chess Club. 



ALFRED ABRAHAM BENESCH 

Bom Cleveland, Ohio, March 7, 1879, 

Parents Isidore Julius Benesch, Bertha Federman, 

School Central High School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900; AM,, 1901; LL,B„ 1909, 

Married Helen Neroman, Chicago, HI., Nov, 29, 1906, 

Business Lawyer (at present Director of Public Bafety). 

Address (home) 7515 Lagrange Ave,, Cleveland, Ohio, 

(business) 207 City Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, 

After graduation from Harvard Law School, I entered 
the offifee of Benjamin C. Starr (Harvard, 1877), in July, 
1903, and remained there until January 1, 1905, when I 
formed a partnership with Samuel J. Kornhauser (Harvard, 
1901), which partnership continued until Kornhauser was 
appointed assistant county prosecutor, in January, 1911. I 
then practised alone. I have served at various times as 
acting judge of the Municipal Court (Criminal Branch), 

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by appointment of the mayor. In November, 1911, I was 
elected a member of the City Council at large (one of six 
conncilmen elected at large), and served in that capacity 
until January 1, 1914, when I was appointed by Mayor 
Newton D. Baker, Director of Public Safety, under the new 
municipal charter. This department has charge of the 
divisions of police, fire, building inspection, smoke inspec- 
tion, and weights and measures. In 1904, I wrote for the 
New Era Magazine an article on ''The Jew at Harvard,'' 
which received extensive publicity and provoked tumultu- 
ous comment. Member : City Club, Phi Beta Eappa Society. 



EDWARD SHERMAN BENNETT 



Bom Boston, Mats,, June 17, 1877. 

Parents Edvxnrd Farrell Bennett, Ida May Brasher, 

School Hop1oinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898, 

Married Hattie Gertrude Paige, Boston, Nov. 11, 1909. 

Children Phoe}>e, March 1, 1906; Phyllis, Jan, 25, 1912. 

Business Stockbroker. 

Address (home) 286 Seminole Ave., Detroit, Mich, 

(business) 116 Qristoold St., Detroit, Mich. 



I left college at the end of the second year. Went to 
work for Hayden, Stone Co., in the stockbroker's business 
in Boston and have been with them ever since. In 1908 I came 
to Detroit as manager of their branch here and have been 
here now for more than six years, so that I am beginning to 
feel that the chances of returning to Boston to live are re- 
mote. I have not anything of interest to relate. The family 
and business take much of my time, but I do find leisure to 
have a good time now and then and be happy. Member: De- 
troit Club, Detroit Country Club, Detroit Racquet and Tennis 
Club, Detroit Athletic Club, University Club of Detroit, 
Indian Village Club of Detroit, Harvard Club of Michigan, 
Harvard Club of Boston. 

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FRANKLIN PIERCE BENNETT JR. 

Born Palermo, Me., Dec. SO, 1878. 

Parents Franklin Pierce Bennett, Nancy Lena Clark. 

School Everett High School, Everett, Mats. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A..B., 1900. 

Married Irene WUlard, Saugus, Mats., Nov. 20, 1901. 

Children Olive Catherine, July 28, 1902; Franklin Pierce, 

June 2, 1907. 
Business Joumalitt. 

Address (home) Saugut, Mats. 

Cbusiness) 5S0 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Member Massachusetts house of representatives, 1904-05-06. 
Member Massachusetts state senate, 1910-11-12. Served on 
<jommittees on street railways, ways and means, agriculture, 
public service, counties, and labor. Was chairman of street 
railways when act was passed for construction of new Bos- 
ton subways and was awarded the pen with which the gov- 
ernor signed this act. Was chairman of ways and means, and 
therefore, in a way. Republican leader of senate in 1912. 
Present occupation, editor of the United States Investor. 

NICHOLAS BIDDLE 

Bom Prescott, Ariz., Dec i, 1879. 

Parents James Biddle, Ellen Fish McOowan. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., and St. PauVt 

School, Concord, N. H. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Harried Elizabeth Emmet, New Rochelle, N. 7., Dec 12, 

1905. 
Children Nicholas, Jr., 1906; Temple, 1908; Ellen, 1912. 

Business Astor Estate, New York, N. Y. 

Address (home) 50 East 76th St., New York, N. Y. 

(huHnett) 2S Wett 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

With the exception of the first two years after leaving Cam- 
bridge, I have been in New York in the same office. In 1900- 
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and then part of another year in the City of Mexico. Mem- 
ber: Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of Boston, 
The Players, Racquet and Tennis Club of New York, Tennis 
and Racquet Club of Boston. 

JOSEPH SMITH BIGELOW JR. 

Bom Brookline, Mas8., Feb. 15, 1878. 

Parents Joseph Smith Bigelow, Mary Cleveland Bryant 

School Milton Academy, Milton, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Ernestine Hilda Gossan, Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 19, 

1912. 
Business Farmer. 

Address Snug Harbour Farm, Riverview, Md. 

On leaving college I went to the West Indies and grew 
sugar for a few years. Then returned to Boston and went 
into a bank for one year. Since then I have spent most of my 
time in travel and yachting, incidentally having gone around 
the world on a sailing ship and spending a year on a trading 
schooner in the Solomon Islands, South Pacific. In 1912 I 
was married and am now farming in Maryland. Member: 
Somerset Club, Boston; Eastern Yacht Club, Marblehead; 
Harvard Travellers Club, Boston; Automobile Club of 
Maryland, Baltimore; Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, Miami, 
Florida. 

WILLIAM DcFORD BIGELOW 

Bom Boston, Mass., January B9, 1878. 

Parents Albert Smith BigeUno, Mary DeFord. 

School Milton Academy, Milton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Harried Helen Harding, Cohasset, Mas:, June 4, 1902. 

Children Richard H., Oct. k, 1910. 

Business Building Contractor. 

Address (home) Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Mass. 

(business) 127 Federal St., Boston, Mas%. 

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Have been in the building business since two years after 
leaving college and for the past seven years have been 
senior member of the firm of Bigelow & Harriman, Building 
Contractors, Boston. Our work is mostly in and around 
Boston and in the New England States. We make a specialty 
of residence work, and built President Lowell's house in the 
College yard two years ago. Have done more or less travel- 
ling since leaving college, including two trips abroad with 
my wife, when we visited England, Prance, Italy and 
Algeria. Have also made two trips to the Pacific Coast and 
other parts of the United States and Canada. My home is 
in Cohasset, Mass., where I bought a place and built a house 
about eight years ago and I live there practically the year 
round. My spare time is spent either in travelling or in 
some kind of shooting of which I am very fond. Have held 
no offices. Member: Somerset and Union Clubs, Boston; 
Harvard Club of New York, Association of Harvard Engin- 
eers, Master Builder's Association, Boston, Lodge of Eleusis, 
Boston, A. P. and A. M. 

CARROLL MEREDITH BILL 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa,, Dec 28, 1877. 

Parents Alexander Henry Bill, Caroline Amelia Cutler. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Business Designer. 

Address (home) 91 Hollis Ave., Braintree, Mass. 

(business) 577 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

For the six months after leaving Cambridge I held the re- 
sponsible position of office boy to George P. Newton, architect. 
For the next year I was with an architectural publishing 
house, being interested in the illustration of architectural 
publications. From 1902 until 1912 I was with the firm of 
Alley and Emery, interior decorators, having charge of the 
designing department. On their dissolution in 1912 I went to 
Irving and Casson, and on their acquirement of the business 
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firm now being known as The Irving and Casson — ^A. H. 
Davenport Co., Boston. Our work consists of the design and 
construction of anything and everything for the interior and 
furnishing of all buildings, domestic, public, religious, etc., 
for the execution of which we have large factories in East 
Cambridge. My particular stunt is supervision of the 
draughting room and individually making all the color 
drawings used in the presentations of designs. The work is 
carried out under the most agreeable of environments and the 
only suggestion for its betterment would be to have some 1900 
men in the crew. I have become seriously infected with 
travel bacteria and since 1907 have made four trips to Europe, 
the Azores and South America. My travels are profitable in 
an educational way and I am always busy with brush and 
camera. To go aboard ship with a bag of old clothes and 
a sketch kit under your arm is, without exception, the greatest 
fun in the world. I have water colors exhibited every year 
at all the prominent exhibitions and have published several 
articles and illustrations on decorative subjects. Member: 
Harvard Club of Boston, Boston Society of Architects, Bos- 
ton Architectural Club, Boston, City Club, Cochato Club of 
Braintree. 

GEORGE WILLIAM BILLINGS 

Bom Milford, Mass., Sept 18, 1878. 

Parents Oilbert Moses Billinffs, Edith Louise Blake, 

School Milford High School, Milford, Mass. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Adeline Carrie Teele, Intervale, N. H., Aug. 17, 

1907. 
Children Robert Teele, May 7, 1910. 

Business NetDspaper Reporter. 

Address (home) 156 Congress St., MUford, Mass. 

(business) 21 Exchange St., Medford, Mass. 

Ever since leaving college I have been associated with my 
father at Milford, Mass., publishing a weekly newspaper 
and conducting a job printing plant, and it looks now as 
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While nominally the local reporter of the paper, my work 
ranges widely, through the occasional writing of editorials, 
proofreading, bill collecting ( f ) and the various mechanical 
labors of press work and job printing. I am expected to 
be the handy man and fill in anywhere in an emergency. 
While the work in a way is the same, week in and week out, 
news collecting is always new, and there is plenty of variety 
and no union hours. Past Master of Montgomery Lodge, 
A. P. and A. M., Past High Priest, Mt. Lebanon R. A. Chap- 
ter, Sword Bearer of Milford Commandery, K. T. Member: 
Nipmuck Canoe Club, Board of Registrars of Milford. 

HAROLD BISBEE 

Bom Dorchester, Mass., Feb. 26, 1878. 

Parents Hernvan Bisbee, Clara Maria Baboock. 

School Dorchester High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1901. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901. 

Married Margaret Victoire Strong, Milton, Mass., June SO, 

1909. 
Children Harold Leslie, Aug. 1, 1911; Alice Muriel, Feb. 

18, 19U. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 11 Hudson St., Mattapan, Mass. 

(business) High School, Dorchester, Mass. 

Immediately upon leaving college I commenced teaching 
in the Dorchester High School, where I have remained since. 
Any detailed account of thirteen years of teaching would 
prove but tame reading. I shall, therefore, leave so much 
more space for the thrilling achievements of others. 
Member: New England Association of Chemistry Teachers. 

FREDERICK EZEKIEL BISSELL 

Born Dubuque, lotoa, Jan. 24, 1878. 

Parents Lester Clark Bissell, Susie Adams. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

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Degrees A.B„ 1900, 

Married Edith Mary Pike, Chicago, 111., May 19, 1908. 

Children Frederick Ezekiel, Jr., Jan. 11, 1910; Richard: 

Pike, Juf^ 27, 1913. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 87 Fenelon Place, Duhuque, Iowa. 

(business) H. B. Olover Company, Dubuque, Iowa.. 

Work: The same since last report, opaque wire glass 
(probably invented in efficient Germany), has come to fret 
my spirit and lengthen the days. Yet life within the prison 
walls grows daily more absorbing. Advertising and scientific 
sales management have been engaging most of my thought 
for some time, and I believe there are no more f ascinating^ 
departments of any business than these. Play : Still fussing 
in gardens. Still hoping I may yet live to join Otway Byrd, 
George Root, et al, and enlist among the yokels. Lacking in 
nerve in spite of the alluring temptations offered by Iowa 'a 
rich, black soil. (And as Trainer would say : ' * That 's enough 
of that Iowa stuff.'*) About to build a home in the country 
on a fine knoll among native oaks, hazels and wild crabs. 
Six acres only. But they're at the top of the world, ringed 
about by the horizon, looking into valleys and facing the blue 
hills of the Mississippi. (Noting, perhaps that we western- 
ers are sentimental also, and somewhat lacking in those finer 
feelings that are marked by reserve) . My plan is to natural- 
ize on this little place most of the trees and shrubs and 
flowers that are native to Eastern Iowa. Serving on the 
Board of Education and helping out in various social service 
organizations. Have had my fling at politics, also. Joined 
feverishly in the hysteria of the last presidential election,, 
and again in a recent city campaign and got nicely ''trim- 
med'* in both instances. I find that even at thirty-seven 
one begins to prefer calm. Is it possible that the much- 
wanted '*pep" which the West adores and the East as- 
passionately loathes, is only an indiscretion of youth, not a 
classmate has wandered this way these five years. There is 
certainly something decidedly wrong with 1900. Why^ 
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PAUL BLACKWELDER 

Born HilUboro, HI., AprU 7, 1878. 

Parenti /. S, Blacktoelder, Gertrude Boughton. 

School Bi^gan Park Academy, Morgan Park, W. 

Years in CoUcgc 1898^1900, 
Degrees AM., 1900. 

Married Maud Del Mar, New York, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1908. 

Children Eva Elizabeth, AprU 17, 1919. 

Business Assistant Librarian, Public Library, Bt. Louis, Mo. 

Address (home) 1275 Hamilton Ave,, Bt Louis, Mo. 

(buHncM) 18th and Olive Bts., Bt. Louis, Mo. 

The last class report and ''Who's Who in America" contain 
about all that would interest my friends. Like most of you 
I serve on committees now and then. Last May we had a 
great pageant here, in which Dwight Davis was a prime 
mover. My particular job was vice-chairman, properties 
committee. I am at present on the Board of the Public 
Question Club, a most interesting and virile organization of 
men in all walks of life, who meet weekly to discuss the 
affairs of the time, and to practise themselves in public 
address. Most of us attend about twice a month. Aside 
from these occasional vagaries, I continue to spend my 
energies in serving the public (we are occasionally told 
we are their servants), and in helping bring up a small and 
energetic daughter. Member: Artists' Guild, St. Louis, 
Civic League, St. Louis, Public Question Club, St. Louis, 
American Library Association, Missouri Library Association. 

ROBERT FULTON BLAKE 

Bom Boston, Mass., June 26, 18Tf. 

Parents John George Blake, Mary Elisabeth McGrath. 

School English High Bchool, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1895-1900. 
Degrees B3., 1900. 

Business Aesistant Secretary. 

Address (home) 212 Beacon Bt., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 88 Broad Bt., Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Blake received his degree with the Class of 1900, but 
prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Report.] 

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ROBERT WOODS BLISS 

Bom 8t. LouU, Mo., Aug. 5, 1875. 

Parents William Henry Bliss, Annie Louise Woods. 

School Volkmann's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mildred Barnes, New York, N. Y., April H, 1908. 

Business Diplomat. 

Address (home) 6 East 65th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) Care of Department of State, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

On leaving college in 1900, I obtained the appointment to 
a clerkship in the office of the secretary of Porto Bico, later 
serving for two years as private secretary to the governor of 
that island. In June, 1903, I entered the diplomatic service 
and have since held the following posts: Consul at Venice, 
June, 1903 ; second secretary of the embassy at St. Petersburg, 
October 10, 1904 ; secretary of the legation at Brussels, Janu- 
ary 10, 1907 ; delegate to the international conference to con- 
sider revision of the arms and ammunition regulations of the 
General Act of Brussels of July 2, 1890, April 8, 1908 ; secre- 
tary of the legation at Buenoa Aires, August 4, 1909 ; secre- 
tary of the embassy at Paris since February 1, 1912 ; attended 
and reported the proceedings of the International Conference 
for the Consideration of the Question of the Relief of Aliens 
held at Paris in June, 1912. Member: Harvard Club and 
University Club of New York, Metropolitan Club of Washing- 
ton, Cerde de ITJnion and Travellers' Club of Paris, France. 

AYRES BOAL 
(formerly Walter Ayres Boal) 

Bom • Chicago, III., March 26, 1879. 

Parents Charles G. Baal, Henrietta Ayres. 

School Harvard School, Chicago, III. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Lesley Johnson, Winnetka, JR., Jan. 1, 1906. 

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ChUdren Ayres, Jr., Dec. «4, 1906; Stewart, Feb. 21, 1908; 

Thomas, April 20, 1910; Lesley, AprU 16, 191S 

(died Feb. 11, 1914). 
Basiness Real estate operator. 

Address (home) 789 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, IlL 

(business) 122 South Michigan Ave., OhUsago, III. 

Upon leaving college I went into the real estate business 
in the employ of Ogden, Sheldon and Company, Chicago. 
One year later I formed a partnership under the firm name 
of Boal, Huston and Company, and for five years transacted 
a general real estate and investment business. In 1905 the 
partnership was dissolved and I have since continued the 
business in my own name. Member : Chicago Club, Univer- 
sity dub. Saddle and Cycle Club, Indian Hill Country dub. 



RICHARD DeBLOIS BOARDMAN 

Bom Beverly Farms, Mass., Oct. 6, 1878. 

Parents EduHn Augustus Boardman, Harriette Smith De- 

Blois. 
School Noble and CHreenougKs School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B„ 1900. 

Business Real estate broker. 

Address (home) 925 Boylston St, Boston, Mass. 

(business) 56 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Immediately after graduating from Harvard, I took a 
four weeks' yachting cruise down the Maine coast, and on 
July 20th, 1900, began my struggle to make two ends meet. 
Boston being my home, I associated myself with Messrs. 
Burroughs and DeBlois at 30 Eilby street, and did a general 
real estate business, specializing in real estate trust stocks 
(a popular form of investment in Boston), until February 
1, 1911, when I formed a partnership with my two cousins, 
Messrs. T. Dennie and Reginald Boardman. We do a gen- 
eral real estate business, both in and out of town, my 
specialty being the formation of syndicates for the purchase 
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for commercial purposes. We have been associated in the 
promotion and subsequent building of many of the largest 
and most successful hotels and office buildings in Boston, 
the last being the New Scollay Building Trust of which I am 
a trustee, and the Niles Building Trust now under construc- 
tion. I underwent rather a severe operation in January, 
1913, the result of many years of acute attacks, in fact 
dating back to freshman year. Happily for me I am nearly 
recovered, though I lost one of the best and most active 
years of my life in the process. I am chiefly interested in 
yachting, both as a recreation and a sport, and have taken 
an active part in the races of all classes of yachts, in most 
of the countries where yachting is enjoyed. Member: 
Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of New York, Nahant 
Club, Eastern Yacht Club, Manchester Yacht Club, Tennis 
and Racquet Club of Boston. 

CHARLES BOCK 

Bom Buftalo, N, Y., March 5, 1877. 

Parents Michael Bock, Flora Metzger, 

School Buffalo Central High School, Buffalo, N. 7. 

Years in College 1897-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL,B., 1909, 

Business Merchant, 

Address 590 West Ferry St., Buffalo, N. 7. 

[Not heard from.] 
REGINALD FAIRFAX BOLLES 



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Parents Michael Shepard Bolles, Helen A. Elms. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Claudia Elizabeth Libbey, Milton, Mass., Feb. 6, 

1912, 

Business ArtUt. 

Address 90 Ipswich St., Boston, Mass. 

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I left college in the spring of 1900 and worked as private 
•secretary to Mr. S. V. R. Thayer for two years ; also as book- 
keeper for him. BVom there I went to Merrimac Manufactur- 
ing Co. for one year, then to Lawrence and Co. for one year. 
From there I went to designing school; then to the Boston 
Museum of Pine Arts School. As there were not many more 
places to go to, Boston being a small city, I became an illus- 
trator which is a form of art work, although this is a de- 
batable question. We are doing fairly weU, and hope some 
day in the near future to save enough money to buy a 
bicycle. Member: Boston Art Club, New York Harvard 
Club, Harvard Club of Boston. 



RAYNAL CAWTHORNE ROLLING 



Bom Hot 8pring8, Arkanwu, Sept. i, 1877, 

Parents Sanford Coley Boiling, Ada Leanora Hart, 

School William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL,B„ 1902, 

Married Anna Tucker Phillips, North Beverly, Mass,, 

June 25, 1907, 

Children Anna Tucker, March 27, 1908; Raynal Carter, 

April 7, 1910; Cecilia Raynal, Sept. 18, 1912 
(died Nov. 19, 1919); Diana, Oct. 9, 19U. 

Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) Dul)lin Road, Greenwich, Conn, 

(business) 71 Broadway, New York, N, Y. 



Practised law in the office of Guthrie, Cravath and 
Henderson, New York, from September, 1902 till November 
30, 1903 ; then went into the law department of the United 
States Steel Corporation. Made Assistant General Solicitor 
United States Steel Corporation, January 1, 1907, and Gen- 
eral Solicitor November 1, 1913. Member : Harvard Club of 
New York, Century Association, Harvard Club of Boston, 
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EARL DANPORD BOND 

Born Bt, Pcnil, Minn., Jan, i, 1879. 

Parents John Danfard Bond, Mnrtha Bunker, 

School Oentr<a High School, 8t Paul, Minn. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 1908. 

Married Oraoe Lee Netoson, 8t. Paul, Minn., Aug. 4, 1909. 

Children Douglas Danford, July 2, 1911. 

Business rhysic^n. 

Address (home) UOl Market St., PhUadelphia, Pa. 

(business) Pennsylvania Hospital, PhUadelvhia, 
Pa. 

After four years' work at the McLean Hospital in 
Waverley, I developed an interest in neuropathology which 
led to my taking the position of clinical director and path- 
ologist to the Danvers State Hospital. There I spent 
eighteen very interesting months, giving some time to teach- 
ing in the Harvard Medical School. A year ago I came to 
Philadelphia as senior assistant physician to the Pennsyl- 
vania Hospital for the Insane, where present reorganization 
and future rebuilding oflPer an attractive field. I am 
especially interested in the close correlation of the clinical 
and laboratory sides of a modern hospital. I group the 
papers I have written because they give the best idea of my 
interests. With E. S. Abbot, '85, I have studied in two 
papers early personal characteristics and their relation to 
later mental disorder. With E. E. Southard, '98, and others, 
I have been interested in the analysis, clinical and anatomi- 
cal, of cases of mental disease grouped by decades of origin. 
I have sent some case records to the Survey. Member: 
Neurological and Psychiatrical Societies of Boston and 
Philadelphia, and the appropriate State and National 
^fedical organizations. 

WALTER HOOD BONELLI 

Bom Lynn, Mass., Feb. 10, 1875. 

Parents Louis H. Bonelli, J.<to Hood. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1897, 

Business Accountant, 

Address (home) 11 Gorham Bt.y AlUton, Ma$i. 

(bu8ine88) Navy Yard, Charleitoton, Ma$9, 

After leaving college I went into the real estate business 
with my father, finally becoming manager. In 1907 I re- 
ceived an appointment as accountant for the United States 
government and am stationed at the Charlestown Navy 
Yard. Member: Boston City Club. 

SHELDON RUTHERFORD BORIGHT 

Bom Richford, Yt., Jan. 20, 1878. 

Parents Sheldon Boright, Rachel Ruth Rutherford. 

School 8t. John$bury Academy, 8t. John$hury, Yt. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees ^-B., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Married Marion Dorothy Robertton, Waterloo, Que., Oct 

18, 1911. 
Children Marion Rutherford, Aug. 4, 1912; Alison Rathel^ 

Jan. 28, 19H. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address Richford, Yt. 

[Mr. Boright adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

HORACE KEITH BOUTWELL 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 4, 18rt6. 

Parents Nathan Barnes Bouttoell, EmUy Beard. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8M., 1900; M.D., T901 

Married Laura Josephine Sessions Orout, Worcester, 

Mass., Nov. U, 1908. 
Business Physician, 

Address H6 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college I entered the Harvard Medical 
School, and on graduating from there, spent the next three 
years as house-officer on the medical services of the Massa- 
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ing Hospitals. After my marriage, my wife and I spent the 
best part of the next year in travelling about Europe, and 
while there I worked in several clinics at the Vienna hospi- 
tals. Since returning from abroad I have been living in 
Boston and practising medicine. At present I am assistant 
physician in the general medical department of the Boston 
Dispensary, also assistant physician at the out-patient de- 
partment of the Boston Consumptives Hospital. I am also 
assistant in bacteriology at the Harvard Medical School. 
Member : Boylston Mledical Society of the Harvard Medical 
School, The Aesculapian Club, Massachusetts General Hospi- 
tal House-Officers Alumni Association, Boston Children's 
Hospital House-Offiicers Alumni Association, Massachusetts 
Medical Society, Massachusetts Medical Benevolent Society, 
American Medical Association of Vienna, Loyal Legion of 
the United States, Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Medi- 
cal Alunmi Association. 

HENRY SMITH BOWERS 

Bom Arlington, Mas*,, May 7, 1878. 

Parents William Burton Bower*, Lawra Rebecca Smith. 

School Fitchhurg High School, Fitchburg, Mast. 

Years in CoUege 189^1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Margaret Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. SI, 1906. 

Children William Benton, Aug. IS, 1906; Margaret, March 

6, 1910; Paul Sachs, May 21, 1914. 
Business Banker. 

Address (home) 1564 Ashland Ave., Evanston, lU. 

(business) 1S7 South La Salle St., Chicago, III. 

In July, 1900, I started work with Goldman, Sachs and 
Co., New York, travelling in New York and Massachusetts. 
In January, 1907, I went to Chicago as manager of bond 
department in Goldman, Sachs and Co.'s Chicago ofSce. In 
May, 1909, I was made manager of the company's Chicago 
office and have since held that position. Member : Harvard 
and University Clubs, Chicago ; Indian Hill Club, Winnetka, 
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GEORGE PENDLETON BOWLER 

Born Cowet, Me of Wight, Eng., Bepi. 21, 1878. 

Pmrento George Pendleton Bowler, Mary WiXliamton. 

School BU PauV$ Bchool, Concord, y. H. 

Years in CoUege 1895-1896; 1897-1899. 
Business Merchant. 

Address Care of Harvey H. Pratt, 40 Court St., Bo^ton^ 

Mats. 

[Not heard from.] 
HENRY COOK BOYNTON 



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WilUboro, y. Y., April 16, 1874. 

Orville Ahram Boynton, Martha LueUa Cook. 

Plymouth High School, Plymouth, Mait. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900; BM., 1901; B.D., 1904. 

Mary Allison Manter, Plymouth, Ma$t., June 11, 

1902. 
Rosamond, June -J, 1904; Paul Manter, Feb. 22, 

1908; Henry Cook, Jr., AprU 19, 1916. 
Metallurgist. 

(home) 9S5 Carteret Ave., Trenton, y. J, 
(business) Care of John A. Roebling*s Bons Co., 

Trenton, y. J. 

Same as last report. Member: American Institute of 
Mining Engineers of New York, American Society for Testing 
Materials, Philadelphia, Pa., British Iron and Steel Institute, 
London, Eng., Harvard Club of Philadelphia, Cadwalader 
Association, Trenton, N. J. 

LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

Born St. Albans, Yt, Sept. 22, 1877. 

Parents Herbert Brainerd, Anna Maria Forbes. 

School St. Albans High School, St. Albans, Vt. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married H. Marion Fobes, Boston, Mass., Sept. 9, 1909. 

Business Journalist and genealogist. 

Address (home) 7 Arborway Court, Forest HiOs, Boston, 

Mass. 
(business) 9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

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I was in St. Albans, Yt., till 1904 when I went to New 
York and was engaged in journalistic work. BVom 1906 to 
1908 I was in Portland, Me., as book-keeper in the firm of 
Or en Hooper's Sons. BVom 1909 to 1911 I was associated 
with the Christian Science Monitor, Boston. Since 1911 I 
have been engaged in independent journalistic work, his- 
torical research and genealogy. I have written: **Some 
Descendants of Daniel King, Gentleman," (1913, New 
England Historic Genealogical Register) ; Verses from time 
to time in the Boston Transcript. Member: New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. 

Xloi?& Xi;evi6 Xtecftinti&ge 

Bom San Franciico, Cat, March 29, 1878, 

Parents John Withenpoon Breckinridge, Louise Tevis, 

School Belmont School, California. 

Years in College 1896^1898. 

Died 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 



JAMES BREWER 

Born Boston, Mass,, Nov, t, 1879. 

Parents James Page Brewer, Mary Elimbeth Jefferson, 

School In England and Germany (Bonn). 

Years in College 1896-190t. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1902). 

Married Dorothy Skinner, London, Eng., Dec 4, 1906. 

Business Rubber manufacturer. 

Address (home) '*Maryland^\ Ledboro Lane, Beaoonsfeld, 

England, 
(business) 112 Great Portland St., London W., 

England. 

After leaving Harvard in June, 1900, I spent a year in 
England. I then was for a year in the real estate business 
in Boston and at the same time did enough work at Harvard 
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Harvard Law School in 1903-4. On my return to England 
in 1904, I became interested in a factory making motor 
tyres and various kinds of rubber goods. I have been in- 
terested in that way ever since. I am a director of the New 
Motor and General Rubber Co., Ltd., Amalgam, Ltd., and 
Associated Rubber Manufacturers, Ltd. 

BARTLETT BROOKS 

Bom Orrington, Me., Feh. i. 1875. 

Pmrento George Brooks, PrUcitta N<uh, 

School East Maine Conference Beminary, Bucksport, Me. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Begrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Married Anna Leota Nash, Addison, Me., June 6, 1904. 

Children Bartlett, Jr., March 21, 1906 (died March 25, 

1906); Elizabeth Bartlett, April 26, 1908; Mary 
Aldrich, Nov. 24, 1911; WUlard Nash, July 21, 
1914. 

Business Lawyer and professor of lata. 

Address (home) 16 North Park St., Bangor, Me. 

(business) 15 Columbia St., Bangor, Me. 

After Commencement, 1900, I spent the summer in Cam- 
bridge as a guide and interpreter for the Cuban Teachers' 
Summer School. I returned in the fall and entered the Law 
School where I had already had one year. Was graduated 
from the Law School in 1902. I was admitted to the Maine 
bar, at Bangor, in October, 1902, and began practice at once 
in the same building where I am now located. In 1904 I 
began teaching in the University of Maine College of Law in 
Bangor, as instructor in contracts. In 1906 I became in- 
structor in negotiable paper, also, and in 1912 took on equity 
pleading. In 1913 I was made assistant professor of law. I 
still conduct a general practice of law, ranging from collec- 
tions, conveyancing and negligence cases to admiralty. I be- 
came interested in politics and was at one time a member of 
my Republican county committee. In 1912 I became a Pro- 
gressive, with a capital P, and am still unreconstructed. In 
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for this county (a Bourbon Republican county) and we 
carried it Giving eight hours of law lectures a week and 
trying to earn a living for three lively youngsters furnishes 
me occupation enough to keep me from worrying about the 
riddle of existence. I pass up the problem of the Weltschmerz 
and Weltpolitik in favor of earnest and prayerful cogi- 
tation on the high cost of living. I have written very little 
poetry, since Class Day; mostly legal blanks, in which I am 
well versed, but have produced three dramatic works. One 
may be called The Bashful Earthquake, and answers to the 
name of '* Betty.'* One is composed of star-dust, moonlight 
and sunshine, and goes (all day) by the name of **Mary." 
The third is a sort of moving picture scenario, in which the 
landscape changes rapidly every few minutes, and is called 
** Billy." These are the best things I have done. Any one 
of them is warranted to be just the thing for the ** tired 
business man." They are my ** apologia pro vita mia," the 
sufficient answer to all questions, the final solution of the 
problem: ** Is life worth living!" I have written a pamphlet, 
The Trusts and The Constitution, written jointly with Hugo 
Clark, Esq., of the Maine Bar (T. W. Burr Publishing Co., 
Bangor). Member: Phi Delta Phi (Hon.), Knights of 
Pythias, Twentieth Century Club of Bangor, Bangor His- 
torical Society. 

ABRAM VEDDER BROWER 

Born Utica, N. Y., March 10, 1877. 

Parents Ainwn Gilei Brower, Jennie Helen Vedder. 

School Belmont Schooh Belmont, Ma$i. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Business Real estate promoter. 

Address 906 Genesee 8t., UticOy N. Y. 

Nothing to add to record in Third Report of Class, June, 
1910. Member: Harvard Club of New York, Port Schuyler 
Club of Utica, N. Y. ; Automobile Club of America; Yalmun- 
dasis Golf Club, Utica, N. Y., Oneida Historical Society, 
Utica, N. Y., Port Schuyler Chapter, Sons of the Revolution. 

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CASPAR MIFFLIN BROWN 

Bom Worcester, Mdas., Oct. IS, 1878. 

Parents Edwin Broum, Mariana Mifiin Earle. 

School DalzelVa School, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Ethel Melone, Oakknoll, Napa, Oah, June 11, 1911. 

Children Sally ofui Ethel (tuHn girls), June 11, 19U. 

Business Manufacturer Medicinal Crackers. 

Address (home) 2675 California St., San Franoisoo, Cal. 

(business) 268 Market St., San Francisco, OaL 

My life's history since leaving college has already been 
sent in at least as far back as three years ago I believe. 
Three years ago I was married in California and for one 
year made my home in Worcester, Massachusetts, where I 
was connected in business as the president of the Worcester 
Metal Goods Company of that city. Two years ago, or 
thereabouts, I severed my connection there and came to 
California to live. I have been connected for the past year 
and one^half as president of the California Pharmacy Com- 
pany of San Francisco, in which city I also live. I wish 
that I could have something more exciting to report, but I 
shall have to leave that to others more fortunate. Member : 
Harvard Club of San Francisco, Cal., University dub of San 
PVancisco, Cal., two or three small local societies. 

LEWIS BLANCHARD BROWN ad 

Bom Paris, France, April 29, 1875. 

Parents Lewis Manning Brown, Gertrude Mason. 

School Tutor. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1903). 

Married Susie Valentine, New York, N. Y., AprU 29, 1906. 

Children Valentine Mason, Oct. 27, 1911; Manning Barrett, 

Aug. 18, 19U. 
Business Bond salesman. 

Address (home) lOS East 86th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 4S Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. 

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Since last report I have accomplished little of interest in 
a bnsineas way, until a year ago when I joined the working 
staff of Lee, Higginson and Co., in their New York ofSce. 
My only regret is that I did not become associated with 
them earlier, at the time I gave up the mining profession. 
Member: Union Club, Racquet and Tennis Club, Harvard 
Club, Society of Automobile Engineers, all of New York; 
Harvard Club of Boston. 

PAUL FERRIE BROWN 

Bom Florence, 8. C, Sept. 22, 1878. 

Parents William Malcolm Brown, Sarah Rosa Mdlveen. 

School South Carolina Presbyterian College. 

Years in College 1896-1901. 

Married Edna Browning Veeder, North Cambridge, Mass., 

Feb. 9, 1901. 
Children Malcolm Ferric, Aug. 1, 1909; Paul Veeder, Nov^ 

22, 1908. 
Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address (home) 7 Berry St., Hackensack, N. J. 

(business) Clark and Dominick Sts., New York, 

N. Y. 

[Not heard from.] 

THOMAS DALTON BROWN 

Bom Boston, Mass., March 7, 1871. 

Parents John Thomas Brown, Esther Maria Sterling. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees D.M.D. (March, 1915,); Ph.B. (Brown University), 

1909. 
Business Dentist. 

Address (home) 82 Humboldt Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 

(business) 218 Northampton St., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college I went to work for a year and a half, 
after which I entered Brown University and was graduated 
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Electric Company at Lynn, later leaving the electric com- 
pany to go into business for myself. Soon after I discon- 
tinued this, and studied dentistry at the Harvard Dental 
School. While in the school I took the Massachusetts State 
Board examinations in 1912 and passed. Also in same year 
I passed the examination for The Forsythe Dental Infirmary. 
In March, 1915, I received my D.M.D. and am now practis- 
ing dentistry. 

MAX MULLER BRYANT 

Bom Burlington, Iowa, May 18, 1870. 

Parents William McKendrie Bryant, Sarah Augusta Shade^ 

School Washington University. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

l>egrees A.M., 1900; A.B. (University of Washington), 1895^ 

Business Author. 

Address 7 Yandeventer Place, 8t. Louis, Mo. 

[Not heard from.] 

FRANK MERTON BUCKLAND 

Bom West Hartford, Conn., Dec 28, 1878. 

Parents Merton Seymour Buckland, Addie Elizaheth Bm^ 

mons. 
School West Hartford High School, West Hartford, Conn. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Drake, West Hartford, Conn., June t, 1909. 

Business Postmaster. 

Address (home) West Hartford, Conn. 

(business) 701 New Birke Building, Montreal, P. Q. 

[Not heard from.] 



JOHN HENRY BUFFORD 

Bom Boston, Mass., Jan. Zl, 1876. 

Parents John Henry Bufford, Charlotte Louise Townsend^ 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Degrees M.D., 1902. 

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Married Edith Madeleine Cohh, Belmont^ Mosb., Oct, tr 

1907. 
Cldldren Alice Beatrice, Aug. 19, 1908; Bliaaheth OranU 

Nov, 17, 1919. 
Business Physician. 

Address (home) 1924 Beacon Bt, Brookline, Ma$s. 

(JkU9ine99) 990 OommontoeaUh Ave., Boston, Mnss.. 

I have remained in Boston since leaving college, simply 
following medicine, making a specialty of skin diseases. I 
have been connected with many hospitals, including Boston 
City and Mount Sinai. Am now, and have been for some 
years, in charge of skin diseases in Boston Floating Hospi- 
tal and Berkeley Infirmary. Am also senior dermatologist 
to Boston Dispensary and assistant dermatologist to Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. I have written a few medical 
articles. Member: American Medical Association, Massa- 
chusetts Medical Society, Boston Medical Library, Boston 
Dermatological Club. 

GEORGE HERBERT BUNTON 

Bom Boston, Mass., Sept. 26, 1878. 

Parents George Wadley Bunton, Ellena Sophia Brown. 

School Cambridge Manual Training School, Oamhridgcr 

Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Bertha May Close, Cambridge, April 6, 1906. 

Children Oeorge Close, Oct. 7, 1906 (died Oct. 8, 1906) r 

David Close, May 20, 1910 (died May 20, 1910)^ 
Business Manufacturing confectioner. 

Address (hom^) 980 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 2^5 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 

In July, 19Q0, I entered the employ of the Planters Com- 
press Co. of East Boston as a draughtsman. I/eft in the 
following year to go into the automobile business in an 
engineering capacity. In the fall of the same year, I went 
to work for the Boston Elevated Railway, remaining with 
this concern until the spring of 1903. During this time, 
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rooms, tending the switch boards, and in the master me- 
chanic's ofSce. On leaving the Elevated, I accepted a po- 
sition offered to me by The Gteorge Close Co. of Cambridge, 
wholesale manufacturers of confectionery. I started in at 
the bottom of the ladder gradually working my way up, 
until, in January, 1909, I became vice-president of the com- 
pany. In January, 1912, I was elected president of the 
corporation, which position I still occupy. On April 5, 
1905, I was married to Bertha M. Close, of Cambridge. We 
have had two children but neither of them lived more than 
a few hours. Have always resided in Cambridge up to the 
present time. Am a member of the Third Universalist 
Society, of which I am treasurer. Member: Harvard Club 
of Boston, New England Confectioners Club, Cambridge 
Manufacturers Association. 

TRnilliam atmstea& Aoale Xut&en 

Born Troy, N. T., July 11, 1877. 

Parents Isaiah Toumsend Burden, Evelyn Bird Moale. 

School Oroton School, Oroton, Mois, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees JL.B., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Harried Florence VanderhUt Twomhly, New York, N. T., 

April 12, 1904. 
Children William Armsted Moale, Jr., 1906; Shirley Carter, 

1908. 
Died Feb. 2, 1909, in New York, N. Y. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 

LEO LcGAY BURLEY 

Bom Theberton, Eng., Nov. 4, 1871. 

Parents William Burley, Martha Le Qay Brereton. 

Years in College 1898-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; BM (Victoria University, 

England), 1897. 

Married Anna Knauas, Wiesbaden, Germany, Aug. 11, 1908. 

Business Merchant. 

Address 48 Rue Simons, Antwerp, Belgium, (f) 

[Not heard from.] 
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FREEMAN FOSTER BURR 

Born Medfard, Ma$t., March 7, 1877. 

Parents Horace Freeman Burr, Susan Lydia Sawyer, 

School High School, Maiden, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees S.B., 1900; AM. (Columbia), 1919. 

Married Lois Southwick Ivei, Maiden, Mass., Juune SO, 

1904. 
Children RicJtard Southwick, April 27, 1905; BarUvra, Dec 

11, 1908; Foster Ives, Feb. 2, 1919. 
Business Geologist. 

Address lk9 Waller Ave., White Plains, N. T. 

I am already suffering acutely from writer's cramps, as 
a result of penning upwards of 1,000 versions of my life 
history, (varied to suit the exigencies of the various cases), 
for Who's Who, (kindly don't bother to look it up), and 
other similar publications. However, (let me add here that 
the most accurate version will be found in the Bertillon 
records of the New York Police Department) here goes for 
another try. First, in general, I have spent my summers 
seeking much needed rest, for the most part in the wilds 
of Maine, and my winters, arduously avoiding hard work, in 
various places, to wit, as follows: PVom September, 1900, 
to June, 1904, I taught science and various other things, 
(covering practically the entire range of human and in- 
human knowledge), in (Chicago, Pomfret, Conn., Natick, 
Mass., Cambridge and other places. In June, 1904, I got 
married and had to find a steady job. For the eight years 
following, the State of Connecticut was kind enough to pay 
me fairly well for a series of experiments In the teaching of 
various branches of science, in the Normal School at New 
Haven. During this interval various misguided groups of 
people elected me vice-president of the New Haven Bird 
Club, president of the East Haven Men's Club, and Justice 
of the Peace, and at the same time I found leisure to do 
more or less writing and lecturing, (more to the profit of 
my readers and hearers than to my own, it is to be hoped). 
In the spring of 1912 I came to New York, having been 

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appointed secretary to the director of the Public Library, 
the late Dr. John S. Billings. In October, 1912, having re- 
ceived a lectureship at Barnard College, I left the library. 
The remaining time has been largely devoted to study in 
the department of geology at Columbia. In June, 1912, the 
authorities were kind enough to grant me the degree of 
M. A. ; and at present I am living in hope that they will, 
with equal kindness, soon reward my feeble but well-meant 
efforts with a more lofty honor. I have written: fViends 
in Feathers, (Natick Review, Publishers, 1904) ; various 
nature articles in nature magazines and newspapers. 
Member: New York Academy of Sciences, New York 
Mineralogical Club, New York Botanical Garden, University 
Club of White Plains, New York Physiographers' Club. 

FREDERIC KING BUTTERS 

'Bom Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 8, 1878, 

Parents William Butters, Ella Susan King. 

School Central High School, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; 8.B. (University of Minnesota), 1899. 

Business Professor of botany. 

Address (home) 815 South Seventh St., Minneapolis, Minn, 

(business) University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Since 1900 I have been at the University of Minnesota, first 
as graduate student and scholar in botany, then as instructor 
and assistant professor. I have spent all my summer vaca- 
tions for twelve years in British Columbia, doing botanical 
field work and exploration and mountain climbing, chiefly on 
Vancouver Island and in the Selkirk Bange. I have written, 
with C. 0. Rosendahl and F. E. Clements, A Guide to the 
Trees and Shrubs of Minnesota (published by the University 
of Minnesota). Member: Botanical Society of America, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 
American Alpine Club, Canadian Alpine Club, Royal Geo- 
graphical Society of London. 

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ERNEST GATES BUTTRICK 

Born Lowell, Mass., June 28, 187S. 

Parents James Gardner Buttrick, Clara Lawrence €Mes. 

School Lowell High School, Lowell, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Business No sepcial occupation. 

Address S07 Wilder Bt, Lowell, Mass. 

The last fifteen years have been wholly uneventful from an 
outside point of view. Owing to poor health, most of the 
time, I have been unable to engage in any regular business. 
My chief interest lies in the field of landscape architecture, 
and I have done a little work along this line. I have kept 
myself well informed in the allied subjects of city-planning 
and the park and playground movements. Two hobbies have 
been an inspiration and help to me. In the first place I am 
deeply interested in etchings and engravings, and the study 
and enjoyment of prints is an unfailing source of interest. 
In the study and collection of book-plates I find another 
harmless and fascinating diversion. Member: American 
Bookplate Society of New York, Appalachian Mountain Club 
of Boston. 

FRANCIS WILLIAM BUXTON 

Bom Woonsocket, R. L, Oct. 24, 1877. 

Parents Parker J. Buxton, Elizabeth Byrne. 

School Woonsocket High School, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Grace Minerva Cushing, Boston, Mass., Oct. 20^ 

1909. 
Business Advertising and sales manager. . 

Address (home) 29 Sutherland Road, Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 154 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

A wandering journalist, I, a sort of catch-as-catch-can 
journalist, for some years after leaving Cambridge. Success- 
ively — and, forsooth, more or less succssfuUy — I did news- 
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down to editorials, in Boston, New York, Louisville, Atlanta 
and Boston once more. Two or three years ago, while Sun- 
day editor of The Boston Herald, I saw rosy fingered trade 
beckoning; so, handing over the **We return herewith" slips 
and the schedule of the next issue to a 1901 man, I told my 
colleagues good-bye and abdicated. Since then, I have been 
sales manager and advertising manager of E. T. Slattery 
Company, Boston, importers and retailers of women's ap- 
parel — a so-called ** specialty store." As second in command 
eight months of the year and first in command four months, 
when the commander is in Europe, I am content enough, have 
been prosperous enough to build a house and, glory be, have 
Ibeen able to avoid the tired business man's unduly obtrusive 
ivaist line. The sharpest disappointment of my experience 
out in the great wide world came on pay-day of the first week 
of my journalistic novitiate. The chancellor of the paper 
had no fat little Manila envelope for me. I appealed to the 
city editor. He transposed the ink well and the mucilage 
pot of his great desk. He readjusted the red blotter so that 
the lines would run true. He re-transposed the ink and the 
mucilage. He informed me that it was immemorial custom 
for bright young college men to work a week without pay. 
It would damage his prestige, it would set a deplorable and 
far-reaching precedent if he should give me anything but 
expenses for the first seven days. But, — ^and he spoke the 
but in a tone of at least 72 point Gothic bold caps — he would 
place my name on the salary list immediately. What had my 
•expenses been? With a restraint most admirable in one so 
young, I murmured that they were inconsequential and 
trudged, heart bowed down and head hanging, to a bench on 
the beach of the Frog Pond and meditated on the lives of the 
martyrs. In time, the skies cleared. At the end of the next 
week, I received not only my salary of six dollars but an ex- 
pense allowance of three dollars and ninety cents, — the statu- 
tory limit in those days. In New York, Louisville and At- 
lanta, I did the average work of the average not-over-skilful 
reporter. One fall, returning to Boston to see the Yale game, 
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porter, and became Sunday editor. Six days a week — five and 
a half in summer — I spend most of my time trying to make 
two dollars grow where one grew before. Our organization 
is not a large one as such things go nowadays, — a force of 
between two and three hundred and an annual business of 
less than a million and a half. It is large enough, however, 
to allow opportunities for social and welfare work of various 
kinds, and those little opportunities are some compensation 
for leaving a profession where most of my friends are today 
and where it often seemed as if one was paid for play. The 
reading which I had no time for as an editor I have plenty 
of time for now. I have found that business life does not 
shut the door on purely intellectual enjoyment, — in my case, 
the door swung open. The theatre, the written play and the 
art exhibition have now a zest which I never found in them 
before. I have indulged in athletics freely, — ^tennis, in which 
I take the duffer's delight; squash, at which I am now some- 
thing better than a duflfer; and baseball, which I play once 
a year on the St. Botolph nine. Member: Harvard Club of 
Boston, New England Dry Goods Association (secretary), St. 
Botolph Club, Boston. 



WALTER AZRO BUXTON 

Bom Worcester, Mass,, May 29, 1876. 

Parents Azro L, D. Buxton, Eva Bmythe, 

School Worcester Classical High School, Worcester, Mass., 

and Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, 
Years in College 1897-1898. 
Married Lillian Carleton Allen, Brockton, Mass., July 11, 

1901. 
Business Metal dealer. 

Address (home) S98 Lincoln Bt., Worcester, Mass. 

(business) 40 Central St., Worcester, Mass. 

When one is asked to furnish an autobiography, he realizes 
that time has slipped by almost unawares, and wonders per- 
haps for the first time what he has accomplished that is 
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gret since leaving college is that I did not stick it out another 
year and graduate as I might have done, although I was put 
back a year because of entering from Amherst without examin- 
ation. I have never felt that I might have gained anything 
material from graduation, but that additional year would not 
have been missed from business life and it does make a decid- 
ed break in my college record. It has always caused an ex- 
planation somewhat equivocal. I left college almost on the 
spur of the moment after I decided to enter my father's 
business instead of law, which was my first choice. The pro- 
fession looked too much like that of a virtuoso, as compared 
with the business berth that awaited me. So I entered with 
my father in Worcester and began to learn the business of 
handling, preparing, and contracting ** Scrap Iron and 
Metals." This was established by my grandfather in 1849. 
The E. Buxton and Son Co. was formed soon after I entered 
the firm and I was made general manager in a few years. 
For a stretch of ten years I worked very hard. Our plant here 
in Worcester was doubled and we had trackage for 27 cars 
at one time. I also established branch yards at Lowell, Water- 
ville, Me., Boston, Cheslea, and Philadelphia. During this 
time I also worked up a foreign business, covering principally 
England, Germany, Belgium, France and Italy. This foreign 
business developed into an important item in the last few 
years and I found it necessary to make three trips across in 
one year. It is surprising how small the world is ; one would 
be surprised to hear of some of the fellows both from Amherst 
as well as Harvard that I have met in various places abroad. 
I finally formed the Perry, Buxton, Doane Co., which was 
an amalgamation of our family interest and our principal 
competitor, and now have main office in Boston and thirteen 
branches about New England. As a side line I entered the 
automobile business and after nine years dropped what now 
I should consider a modest fortune; at least enough to take 
care of myself and run a monthly account at the garage and 
take a fall trip through the mountains. But it's gone; some- 
times the other fellow gets the money, but you get the ex- 
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Perry, Buxton, Doane Co., all positions except director, one 
year ago, and have started in business for myself. The above 
gives an account of myself in a kind of a bird's-eye view 
style, but it serves to show which way the wind blows. I must 
call this confession to a close and get out to begin life over 
again as it were. If this word gets to anyone that has found 
the road rather rocky, let me encourage him never to give 
up the ship ; stand on the bridge and go down with the ship, 
as they say nowadays when everything is military, even 
women's hats. Member: Boston Athletic Association, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

FRANCIS OTWAY BYRD 

Born New York, N. T„ Feb. 28, 1878. 

Parents Oeorge Harriaon Byrd, Lucy Carter Wickham. 

School 8t. PauVM Bchooh Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mcry Rathhone Botoditch, New York, N. T., Nov. 

i, 1908. 
Children Alice, April 21, 1910; Mary, June IS, 1912. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Edlow, Prince George Co., Virginia. 

In the fall of 1900 I entered the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, Columbia University, where I studied medicine 
until December, 1902, when I was obliged to leave on ac- 
count of ill health. After spending a year or more on Upper 
Brandon Farm, my present home, on James River, Virginia, 
I again returned to New York City. This time I went into 
business and entered the employ of Messrs. Edgerly & 
Crocker, stock and note brokers, and was for three years 
in their New York office. Shortly after this I was married, 
and, having previously become much interested in farming, 
we decided to make our home in Virginia on Upper Bran- 
don Farm, where we still reside. Although not highly re- 
munerative, farming under favorable conditions is an in- 
teresting and healthful occupation and I believe more 
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about 800 acres. We use mxQes and negro labor almost 
exclusively. We do general farming. Our only specialty 
is beef cattle. Member: Harvard Club of New York, 
Harvard Club of Boston, Racquet and Tennis Club, New 
York City. 

JOHN HIGGINSON CABOT 2d 

Born Bo9ton, Masi., April 10, 1877. 

Parents Fonen Cahot, Carolyn Bturgia Ohanning, 

School Roxhury Latin Bchool, Botton, Ma9S. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 190S; PhJ)., 1904. 

Business Priest. 

Address (liome) 21 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) SO Brimmer Bt., Boston, Mass, 

In August, 1900, I sailed for France and spent about a 
year with headquarters at Paris. I studied European his- 
tory in the Ecole des Sciences Politiques (to which I had a 
free scholarship from Harvard), and the Sorbonne. The 
following year I spent in Germany, taking lectures in the 
Royal University at Berlin. In 1902, I returned to Cam- 
bridge and was proctor and assistant in History I. for the 
year 1902-3. In 1904 I received the degree of Ph. D. in 
history from Harvard. From 1904-07, I taught history in 
Wellesley College and for one year also French. In 1904-5, 
I taught French in Brown and Nichols School, besides the 
work at Wellesley. In 1908 (8 March) I was made deacon 
in the American Catholic church in the parish Church of 
the Advent, Boston, by the bishop coadjutor of Fon du 
Lac. My diaconate was spent at Grace Chapel, on the East 
Side in New York City. On October 6, 1908, the bishop of 
Massachusetts ordained me to the priesthood in the Church 
of the Advent, where I have ever since served as curate. I 
have spent several summers abroad, but beyond that my life 
has been the quiet, though very busy, life of a parish priest 
in a large down town city church. My special charge in 
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the Sunday school, confirmation classes, etc., and providing 
recreation for them. In 1914, July, I took 20 boys camp- 
ing in Maine for a fortnight and greatly enjoyed the ex- 
perience. Our parish has about 3,000 members who are 
scattered all about eastern Massachusetts, so that visiting 
is a lengthy undertaking. I have written: The History of 
Italy, B. C. 44 to 1906, edited and partly written anew. 
History of Nations Series, Henry Cabot Lodge, editor in 
chief, (Colliers, N. Y., 2d ed. 1914). Member: Confratern- 
ity of the Blessed Sacrament, Guild of All Souls, Boston 
Catholic Club, Society of S. Willibrord, Anglican and 
Eastern Orthodox Churches Union, American Church 
Union, Westminster Conference. 

GEORGE PETER CAMPBELL 

Bom San Francisco, Gal., March 29, 1871. 

Parents Peter Campbell, Matilda Hayes. 

School Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Minnie Hayward, Rockland, Mass., Aug. 22, 1892. 

Children Donald Hayes, Logan, Utah, Aug. 8, 1904. 

Business Superintendent of School for Delinquents. 

Address Shirley, Mass. 

Schoolmaster Worcester Academy, 1900-1902 ; professor of 
physics and later physical director Agricultural College, Lo- 
gan, Utah, 1902-1907 ; mining and smelting in various parts of 
the West and Mexico, in the employ of the United States 
Smelting and Mining Co., 1907-1910; superintendent Indus- 
trial School for Boys, Shirley, Mass, 1910. Member: City 
Club, Boston, Mass. 

JAMES CHASE CAMPBELL 

Bom Bath, Me., June 19, 1875. 

Parents Alfred 8. Campbell, Lydia A. Chase. 

School Cornell University, Ithaca, N. T. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Address 7^^ Washington St., Bath, Me. 

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DUNBAR FERDINAND CARPENTER 

Born New York, N. Y., Nov, 10, 1877, 

Parents Alfred Ferdinand Carpenter, Mary LouUe Dunbar, 

School Orotan School, Oroton, Maas, 

Tears in CoUege 1896-1900, 

Degrees AJB., 1900; AM., 1901; LLJ3„ 1909, 

Married Helen Orothy Wood, Colorado Springe, May 12, 

1909. 
Children Mary Louise, May 2, 1911. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address Medford, Ore. 

After graduating from the Harvard Law School, I re- 
turned to my home town, Colorado Springs, and engaged 
dn the practice of law. In 1912, I removed to Medford, 
Oregon, with my wife and my daughter, where I am now 
living and continuing in the practice of my profession. 
Member : El Paso Club, Colorado Springs ; University Club, 
Medford, Oregon. 

KRICKEL KEMER CARRICK 

Bom Helena, Ark,, Jan, IS, 1879, 

Parents James Cfrifflih Carrick, Mary Krickel, 

School Polytechnic Preparatory School and Brooklyn 

High School, Brooklyn, N, Y, 
Years in CoUege 1896-1897; 1899-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL,B, (New York Law School), 1902. 

Married Julia Florence Shelley, Chicago, III., Sept, U, 1906, 

Children Jane Elizabeth, March 17, 1905; Catherine Meyer, 

Sept, 25, 1910; Mary Krickel, April 11, 1912, 
Business General traffic agent. 

Address (home) 2610 Hoyt Ave., Everett, Wash. 

(business) Comer Colby and Pacific Aves,, Everett, 

Wash, 

Account in 1910 book correct and nothing of interest to 
add. Member: Harvard Club of Seattle, Wash., University 
Club of Everett, Wash. 

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EDWARD CLARK CARTER 

Bom Latorence, Mass., June 9, 1878. 

Parents Clark Carter^ Emma Henrietta Pease. 

School Latorence High Bchooh Latorence, Mass., and Phil- 

lips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Alice Olin Draper, Dark Harbor, Me., Aug. 6, 1908. 

Cliildren William Draper, May 22, 1909; Edtoard Clark, Jr., 

May 22, 1909; Margaret, May 28, 1904 (died May 
28, 1904); Peter, May 28, 1904 (died May 28, 
1904). 

Business 7. M. C. A. secretary. 

Address (home) 9 Russell Bt, Calcutta, India. 

(business) 86 College Bt., Calcutta, India. 

After graduating I spent two years as graduate secretary 
at Brooks House, incidentally taking one or two courses in 
the Graduate School. In October, 1912, I sailed for India to 
become Y. M. C. A. travelling secretary for North India. 
Most of 1903 was spent in Burma. In 1904 I became general 
secretary of the Y. M. C. A. of India and Ceylon, travelling 
extensively throughout the empire. In 1904, I visited Eng- 
land and America. In 1906, I visited England, Prance, 
Switzerland, Germany, Holland and Egypt, and in 1907, 
China and Japan. In 1908, I returned to America to become 
executive secretary of the North American Student Y. M. 
C. A., with headquarters in New York. My work involved 
visits to a large number of universities and colleges through- 
out Canada and the States. In the autumn of 1911, I re- 
turned to India to become once more general secretary of 
the Y. M. C. A. In the summer of 1913, I spent two months 
in America securing twelve additional secretaries for India. 
Since the war broke out I have organized Army Y. M. C. A. 's 
in eighteen military centres in India and have cooperated in 
sending eighteen secretaries from India to serve the native 
regiments in France. For the past two years I have been 
honorary secretary of the National Missionary Council of 
India, an oi^nization representing the 4,000 missionaries 
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methods and real statesmanship on the part of all missionary 
societies in India. As editor of the ** Young Men of India ''^ 
(Association Press, Calcutta), I have written several edi- 
torials and articles. 

EARNEST GARY 

Born BeemeTj Neh., Feb, 25, 1879, 

Parents James Richardson Cory, Mary Ann Matthews, 

School High School, Neligh, Neh. 

Years in CoUege 1898-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A,M„ 1901; Ph.D„ 190S; A,B, (Oates^ 

College), 1898. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) Neligh, Neb. 

(business) 16 South West College, Princeton, N, J, 

After receiving Ph. D. in classics in 1903, I spent a year 
in Europe as a Parker Travelling Fellow in Classics. The 
next two years I acted as private assistant to Prof. John 
Williams White. Since 1906 instructor in classics, two 
years each at Harvard and Smith, and five years at Prince- 
ton. I have translated: Dio Cassius, in '*Loeb Classical 
Series." (Translation based on Foster. Wm. Heine- 
mann, London; MacMillan Co., N. Y.) Two volumes (out 
of nine) published, 1914. Member: American Philological 
Association. 

WILLIAM RICHARD CASTLE JR. 

Bom Honolulu, Hau>aii, June 19, 1878, 

Parents William Richards Castle, Ida Beatrice Ixnorey^ 

School PunaJiou School, Honolulu, Hawaii, 

YeaTB in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900, 

Married Margaret Farlow, Boston, June S, 1902, 

Children Rosamond, March 24, 1904, 

Business Member of Harvard Faculty. 

Address (home) 248 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 
(business) S €fray*s Hall, Cambridge, Mass, 

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After leaving college I returned to Honolulu and went 
into the real estate and insurance business. This I did not 
like and was very glad to return to Cambridge as an assist- 
ant in English in the summer of 1903. After a year as an 
assistant I was made an instructor, and continued teaching 
English until 1907 when I was appointed assistant dean of 
Harvard College. Not having had any vacations at all I 
found myself suddenly tired out in the beginning of 1912 
and was ordered away for a holiday. We went abroad and 
did not return until the summer of 1913, spending most of 
our time in Algeria. After getting back I decided not to 
take up my former work and was particularly glad to be 
able to turn over the office to that excellent 1900 man, 
Harry Yeomans. During the last year I have been en- 
deavoring to discover why it is that Americans in general, 
and Harvard students in particular, write such very bad 
English. That investigation, as well as giving a course 
or two has kept me very busy. During these last years I 
have perhaps kept in touch with the widely scattered mem- 
bers of the class as well as anyone, because every winter I 
have made a long tour for the purpose of telling distant 
Harvard clubs as to what is going on in Cambridge. 
On June 1 I shall succeed William R. Thayer as editor of 
The Harvard Graduate Magazine. My resignation as 
assistant dean, to take effect September 1, has been accepted. 
I have written: '*The Green Vase," (Dodd, Mead and Co., 
N. T., 1912), '* Hawaii Past and Present," (Dodd, Mead and 
Co., N. T., 1913), '*The PiUar of Sand," (Dodd, Mead and 
Co., N. T., 1914). Various articles, mostly on college sub- 
jects. Member : Boston : Harvard Club, Tennis and Racquet 
Club; New York: Harvard Club, Grolier Club, Authors 
Club. 

WILLIAM MERRIAM CHADBOURNE 

Bom San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 11, 1819. 

Parents Forrest Simeon Chadboume, Caroline Augusta 

Merriam. 
School Berkeley Gymnasium, Berkeley, Oal. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJJ., 1900; AM,, 1901; LLM., 1909. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) S7 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(busineaa) S2 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. 

Ths sounds like the list of ships in the Iliad; but if shrink- 
ing modesty is permitted to control, no one will write any- 
thing of himself. So here goes. After leaving college I went 
to the Harvard Law School, graduating in June, 1903. The 
summers of 1901 and 1902 I spent abroad, and in July, 1903, 
I set out upon a journey around the world, which occupied 
nearly a year and a half. In the course of my travels I 
visited Russia, Turkestan, Persia, Constantinople, the Balkan 
States, Greece, Egypt, Syria, India, Java, Siam, the Philip- 
pines, China and Japan. At the end of 1904 I came to New 
York and entered the oflBce of Hornblower, Byrne, Miller and 
Potter. I was afterwards with Byrne and Cutcheon, and 
Masten and Nichols, and in October, 1911, commenced to 
practice independently. In April, 1914, I formed a partner- 
ship with Richard Carley Hunt, a Yale man, and Albert P. 
Jaeckel, a graduate of Williams, under the name of Chad- 
bourne, Hunt and Jaeckel. Since coming to New York I have 
taken an active interest in politics. For a number of years 
I was a member of the Republican State Committee of New 
York County, attending as a delegate the state conventions 
of 1908 and 1910. In the latter year I joined the Progressive 
party and was a member of the committee which had charge 
of organizing the party in New York County. I am a member 
of the Progressive State Committee and am treasurer of the 
New York County Committee. I have been chairman of the 
StaXe and County law committees. In 1912 I had charge 
of the proceedings brought to have the Levy Election Law 
declared unconstitutional. For several years I was chairman 
of the Executive Committee of the Intercollegiate Civic 
League. In 1913 I was chosen a member of the Fusion Com- 
mittee of 107 and one of its Committee on Candidates. Thi« 
committee selected the Fusion ticket which was successful in 
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member of the Council of the National Municipal League. 
In 1908 I joined Squadron A of the National Guard of the 
State of New York and served in it until 1913, when I took, 
a commission as second lieutenant on the staff of the Twelfth 
Infantry. Member: Harvard, Metropolitan, University,. 
Union League, City, Squadron A, Economic, Camp Fire, Ex-^ 
plorers, Downtown, and the Piping Rock and Ardsley Coun- 
try Clubs; Civil Service Reform Association, Appalachian 
Mountain Club, Association of the Bar of the City of New 
York. 

ALBERT MINOT CHANDLER 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 29^ 1S78, 

Parents Charles Henry Chandler, Helen Louise Minot. 

School Cambridge Latin Bchool, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190S. 

Married Clara Alexena GritHtJts, Cambridge, Mass., Nav^ 

U, 1914. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 269 Harvaird 8t„ Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 701 Barristers Hall, Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college I entered the Harvard Law School, 
graduating in 1903 ; in the fall of 1903 I entered the office- 
of the late William A. Munroe Esq., where I remained until 
his decease in the summer of 1905. Then I formed a part- 
nership with Huntington Saville (Harvard, A.B., 1893, 
LL.B., 1896) under the firm name of Saville and Chandler 
with office at 23 Court Street, Boston, later removing to our 
present offices at 701 Barristers Hall. We carry on a gen- 
eral practice, with special reference to real estate and pro- 
bate law and the care of trust estates. Since 1900 I have- 
lived continuously in Cambridge, enjoying life in and 
around the old University City. Have made two trips to 
Europe, and hope to go again when time and money and 
conditions abroad may permit. My most pleasurable di- 
version IS attending what has now become the annual foot- 
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part of my time since leaving college. Prom January, 1908, 
to April, 1911, 1 served three terms in the Cambridge Common 
Council; in the spring of 1911 I was a candidate for the 
Cambridge Board of Aldermen, but was defeated, although 
I had the pleasure of receiving more votes than any other 
member of my party. On November 3, 1914, I was elected 
a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives 
for the year 1915. For many years I have been a 
member of the Cambridge Republican City Committee 
and am now vice-president of the committee, and have 
also been connected with other political organizations. 
Many outside interests have engaged my attention from 
time to time, and at various times I have held oflS;ce in 
different religious and charitable organizations, such as 
trustee of the Cambridge Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, trustee of the First Baptist Church of Cambridge, 
director of the Boston Baptist Bethel, honorary counsel of 
the Associated Charities of Cambridge, and other similar 
organizations. I have served three years in the First Corps 
Cadets but, otherwise than this, the military life has not 
attracted me. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Har- 
vard Club of New York, Boston City Club, Boston 
Chamber of Commerce, Colonial Club of Cambridge, Cam- 
bridge Club, Economy Club of Cambridge, Cambridge Board 
of Trade, and other organizations of a professional and 
political nature. 

BUCKINGHAM CHANDLER 

Bom Florence, Italy, Feb. 22, 1878. 

Parents Frank Randolph Chandler, Anna Sophia Bucking- 

ham. 
School Univeriity School, Chioago, HI. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees A..B., 1900. 

Married Rebecca Elmer Smith, Chicago, III., Feb. 21, 19H. 

Childreii Charlotte Sargent, Jan. 24, 1915. 

Business Real estate operator. 

Address (home) SS Bellevue Pface, Chicago, III. 

(business) 56 West Washington St., Chicago, IIU 

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After leaving college at the end of Junior year, I came 
back to Chicago and started to learn as much of the real 
estate business as possible. I became errand boy in my 
father's office, making the third generation in the business. 
In May, 1902, my father turned over the business to me, and 
I helped to form a partnership with Henry A. Knott, a prom- 
inent real estate man, under the name of Enott, Chandler 
and Co. By the end of six years the firm had prospered, Mr. 
Knott was bought out, and two men of about the same age 
helped me launch the firm of Chandler, Hildreth and Co. 
James E. Hildreth was killed in an accident in the fall of 
1912. So John Daniel Wild, a Williams boy of the year 1896, 
and I, under the firm name of Chandler, Hildreth and Co., 
are trying to run one of the largest (it's perfectly proper for 
a real estater to boast) firms in Chicago. We can do you any 
way and all ways, rent you a home or flat, sell you a prairie 
lot, or trade your old cats and dogs off for something worse, 
not to mention make you a loan (if you have the security) or 
sell you a mortgage if you have the coin. Step right up, fel- 
lows. Chicago is half of the United States now, and soon New 
York will only be a suburb. But any way a real estater culti- 
vates the glad hand, and mine will be doubly glad to see any of 
the 1900 fellows. And now the other side. It was a blank up 
to February 21, 1914 — ^then the honeymoon started : Honolulu, 
Japan, Shanghai; and at Hong Kong there was old Eddie 
Sanboume sitting in a chair in the hotel, just as much at 
home as in the Touraine. He is a delightful chaperone. He 
joined us later back in Japan. In Manila, Roberts (1900), 
a professor now of mathematics, joined our boat. And then 
the next thing to do after a honeymoon is to build a nest. 
Ours we built as a bungalow on top of a fire-proof apart- 
ment building, overlooking Liake Michigan, and within ten 
minutes of the business centre of town. Next I suppose I 
will be teaching the youngster to fly. Member: Harvard 
Club of Chicago, Harvard Club of New York, University 
Club of Chicago, New England Society of Chicago, Chicago 
Real Estate Board, Western Efficiency Society, Chicago 
(Geographical Society. 

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LANGDON WILD CHANDLER 

Both Franklin, N. H., Dec 24, 1878. 

Parents George Langdon Chandler, Emily Caroline Phippu. 

School Uewton High School, Newton, Mati. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Dorothy McNeill, South Framingham, MoMi., Feb. 

U, 1919. 
Business Salesman. 

Address (home) 9 Hancock St., Auhumdale, Mas$. 

(husineis) 591 John Hancock Building, BoMton, 

Ma9$. 

Nothing to it. 

HERBERT MANN CHASE 



Bom 


Randolph, Mass., March 7, 1877. 


Parents 


Augustus L. Chase, Mary Louisa Mann. 


School 


Randolph High School and Thayer Academy, 




Braintree, Mass. 


Years in College 


1896-1900. 


Degrees 


A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 


Married 


Florence H. Hilton, Cambridge, Mass., June 90, 




1902. 


Children 


George Hilton, April 26, 1904. 


Business 


Lawyer. 


Address 


(home) 59 Laketoood Road, Newton Highlands, 




Mass. 




(business) 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 



After graduating from the Law School I opened a law 
office at once in Boston, where I am still practising law, and 
took up a residence in Cambridge. Four years ago I bought 
a home in Newton, where I have lived ever since. While in 
Cambridge I became interested in politics and for two years 
was a member of the Common Council. Soon after gradu- 
ating from the Law School I took charge of a summer hotel 
which was owned by the family and have been operating it 
ever since. It is the Wesley House at Oak Bluffs on Martha's 
Vineyard, a house of about one hundred rooms. We have had 
the pleasure each year of entertaining the governor and many 
other distinguished guests. The hotel work is fully as at- 

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tractive as the law. It is much the same kind of work, — 
taking people in. Gome and see me. The rates are quite 
high and we do a strictly cash business. I am at present 
Master of Mizpah Lodge, A. F. and A. M. at Cambridge. I 
am also a member of the Harvard Club of Boston, and vice- 
president of the Oak Bluffs Country Club. 

PHILIP PUTNAM CHASE 

Bom Lynn, Mass,, Aug. SI, 1878, 

Parents Philip Augustus Chase, Alice Breed Peirce. 

School Nohle and Greenough's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; AM., 1901; LLJB., 190S. 

Married Anna Cornelia Wigglestoorth, MUton, Mass., June 

27, 1909. 

Children Philip Wigglestoorth, May 15, 1904; John Peirce, 

June 12, 1906; George Wigglesworth, Aug. H, 
1908; Mary Dixwell, Nov. S, 1911; Ruth Put- 
nam, Dec. 24, 1912. 

Business Teacher of History and Trustee. 

Address (home) 241 Highland St., Milton, Mass. 

(business) MUton Academy, Milton, Mass. 

Lacking but one course for my bachelor's degree at the 
end of junior year I enrolled for my senior year in the 
Graduate School and specialized in history leading to a 
master's degree — A.M. in history which was granted me the 
following June. A change in my plans diverted me from 
following up this work in history at that time and I entered 
the Harvard Law School in the fall of 1900. There I was 
a member of the Ames Gray Law Club, the other Harvard 
men being John HoUiday and Bill Chadboume of 1900 and 
Benjamin Merrick, '99. In June 1902 I passed the Massa- 
chusetts bar examinations, but remained in the Law School 
for the third year. Taking my degree in June, 1903. The 
same month I married Miss Anna C. Wigglesworth, daugh- 
ter of George Wigglesworth, '74. We settled in Milton and 
in September I entered upon the practice of law in Boston 
in the office of Brandeis, Dunbar & Nutter. In March, 1905, 
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return to the North I retired from the practice of law, 
keeping only such interest in the profession as the continu- 
ance in some few trusteeships required, and returned to the 
study of history from which I had been diverted at the close 
of my year in the Graduate School. Since 1906 I have de- 
voted myself to the study of history, especially to the 
teaching of history, doing some work at Harvard in the 
Summer Schools and taking great interest in the promotion 
of history teaching, through the New England History 
Teachers Association of which I am now vice-president, and 
through the American Historical Association. Since Sep- 
tember, 1906, I have taught history at Milton Academy, and 
have devoted myself to the general problems of secondary 
education. In my vacations I have travelled but little, in 1901 
through the Canadian Rockies to Alaska as far as the White 
Pass, down the Pacific coast to Los Angeles and home 
through Colorado. In 1903 I spent the summer with my 
wife in Europe, chiefly in the Tyrol. In 1911, a riding trip 
through the mountains of North Carolina and since 1910 
almost every summer cruising on the New England coast 
from New London to New Brunswick. I have never been a 
candidate for political office, my only semi-public service 
being rendered in connection with our local horticultural 
societies and in the promotion of the movement for gardens 
for school children in association with the Massachusetts 
Horticultural Society. 

FRANK BARNES «CHERINGTON 

Bom Washington, Ohio, Dec, 21, 1879, 

Parents William Douglass Oherington, Mary Barnes, 

School Ohio Wesleyan University, 

Years in College 1899-1901, 

Degrees 4..B., 1900; AM,, 1901; A,B, (Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 

versity), 1899, 

Business Teacher, 

Address 115 Maroon Heights, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, III. 

[Not heard from.] 

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FRANK NEWHALL CHESSMAN 

Bom Helena, Mont. May 5, 1877, 

Parents William Allen Chessman, Penelope Virginia New- 

hall. 
School 8t. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees M.D. (Columbia), 1904. 

Married Marvel White, Seattle, June 16, 1909. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 909 Boylston Ave. North, Seattle, Wash, 

(business) 1010 Cohh Building, Seattle, Wash. 

I was at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 
1900 to 1904; at the Pathological and Surgical Service of St. 
Luke's Hospital, New York, January 1, 1905, to July 1, 1907 ; 
at the Sloane Hospital for Women until January 1, 1908; 
practising in Seattle ever since. Member: Alumni Associa- 
tion of St. Luke's Hospital, Alumni Association of Sloane 
Hospital for Women, King County Medical Society, Ameri- 
can Medical Society, Seattle Gynaecological and Obstetrical 
Society, Seattle Tennis Club, Seattle Golf and Country Club, 
University Club of Seattle. 



JOHN ALLAN CHILD 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., May 1, 1879. 

Parents John Mason Child, Catherine Louisa MacFarland. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Business Teacher. 

Address Unknoton. 



[Not heard from.] 



jfreberfcli Vobbfnd Cbflbd 

Bom New York, N. 7., Jan. 26, 1879. 

Parents Harris Caleb Childs, EmUy Malvina Robbins. 

School St. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

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Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Oonitantine 0rimmin9, New York, N. 7., April 9, 

1907. 
Died Oct. 2S, 1907, in Stamford, Conn. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



MARLBOROUGH CHURCHILL 

Bom Andover, Mass., Aug. 11, 1878. 

Parents John Wesley Ohurchill, Mary Donald. 

School Phillips Andover Academy, Andover, Moms. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Married Mary Smith, Andover, Mass., Oct. 7, 1909. 

Children Mwry, Nov. 12, 1904. 

Business Army officer. 

Address (home) The Woodward, Connecticut Ave., Wash- 

ington, D. C. 
(business) War Department, Washington, D, C, 

The year following my graduation I assisted in English 
A at college. The following spring I passed the examin- 
ations for appointment as second lieutenant in the Army, 
and was assigned to the Artillery Corps, joining at Port 
McHenry, Maryland, in September, 1901. In December of 
that year I was made Adjutant of the Artillery District of 
Baltimore and served in that capacity until December, 

1904, when I was transferred to the 6th Battery, Field 
Artillery, stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. I was married 
on October 7, 1903, to Mary Smith, at Andover, Massa- 
chusetts. We have a daughter, Mary, who was born at 
Port Howard, Maryland, November 12, 1904. I served 
with my battery at Port Riley, Kansas, until November, 

1905, and also attended the School of Application for 
Cavalry and Field Artillery at that place. In November the 
battery changed station by marching to Port Sam Houston, 
Texas. I remained on duty with the battery until July, 1907, 
when I was appointed aide-de-camp to Brigadier General 

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Albert L. Myer, commanding the Department of Texas. I 
served on General Myer's staff until his retirement in 
November, 1910, and was then transferred to Battery C, 
1st Field Artillery, at Port McEnley, Philippine Islands. 
I remained in the Philippines until February, 1912, and 
was fortunate enough to take a trip to China and Japan 
while on leave just prior to coming back to the United 
States. Upon arrival in this country I was ordered to Fort 
Sill, Oklahoma, in command of Battery B, 5th Field 
Artillery, one of the instruction batteries at the School of 
Fire for Field Artillery. The following year I was appoint- 
ed an instructor at the school but also retained command 
of my battery until June, 1914, when I was ordered to 
Washington for duty in the Division of Militia Affairs. I 
was also at this time made secretary of the United States 
Field Artillery Association and editor of the Field Artillery 
Journal. My duties involve the inspection and instruction 
of seven batteries of field artillery of the organized militia 
stationed in Virginia, Pennsylvania and the District of 
CJolumbia. I was promoted to the grade of 1st lieutenant 
in January, 1907, and to the grade of captain in March, 
1911. I am thoroughly interested in my work, happy in 
my home, and convinced that life has been very good to 
me. Member : Army and Navy Club, Manila, P. I. ; Army 
and Navy Club, Washington, D. C. 



JAMES HENRY CLAGG 

B<Mii Barnstable, Mass,, June S, 1870. 

Parents James Clagg, Elizaheth Rebecca Hinckley Paine. 

School Westfleld State Normal Schooh West/leld, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Nathalin Ryder, Provincetovm, Mass., Aug. 29, 

1901. 
ChOdreQ Olara Elizabeth, April 16, 1902; Charles Floyd, 

Oct. SI, 1904. 
Business Public school principal. 

Address (home) 101 Bradford 8t., Everett, Mass. 

(business) School Department, Everett, Mass. 

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Principal Provincetown Grammar School, about three 
years; principal Florence Grammar School, Northampton, 
Mass., nearly five years; principal Hosmer School, Water- 
town, Mass., little over three years ; principal Webster school, 
six years and of Webster and Mt. Washington Schools, 
Everett, Mass., one year; principal Everett Evening School, 
six years. I spend my summers at my Gharlestown, N. H., 
farm, playing farmer. Member : Several educational and in- 
dustrial associations. Blue Lodge Mason. 

ALFRED SINCLAIR CLARK 

Bom Lynn, Mass,, Dec. 12, 1878. 

Parents WUliam Alfred Clark, Clara Swain. 

School Lynn Classical High School, Lynn, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Sue Belle Ainslie, New York, N. Y., AprU 21, 1909. 

ChildrcQ Jean Ainslie, Aug. 12, 1912; Margot Sinclair, Dec 

25, 1919. 
Business Journalist. 

Address (home) 5 Cutler Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 275 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Immediately after graduation, I was made treasurer of the 
Investment Corporation, note brokers, Boston, an office which 
I held until the spring of 1906. The six years were fairly 
prosperous for me, uneventful and unsatisfjdng and I lived 
in Lynn. **Do you like to live in Lynn!" **Copey" asked 
me one night, with that guileless look that is so disarming. 
I didn't, but I realize now that it was a valuable experience. 
Unless one is born into the enviable class of the mentally un- 
employed, it is quite impossible to live in Lynn without de- 
veloping an enduring and healthy discontent with unin- 
telligent conservatism. Fortunately for the survival of dis- 
content, there are more Lynns then the prosaic map-makers 
admit. Four somewhat extended vacations were compensa- 
tions for months that seemed wasted. Twice in the winter I 
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One of the latter journeys was the customary tour to the 
customary places ; the other a horseback ride through Iceland^ 
In April, 1906, I took up newspaper work as a reporter on 
the Boston Post. After six months there, I went to Spokane, 
Wash., where I remained for more than a year, on the 
Spokane Spokesman-Review. It was quite long enough and I 
returned to Boston and, in December, 1907, 1 started again on 
the Post. I have since been there uninterruptedly. For a 
short time, I worked as a reporter again, then in a somewhat 
dazzling profusion of jobs, rewriting, reading copy on the 
night desk and acting as night city editor for various nights of 
each week. For the last few years, I have had charge of one of 
the Post's feature sections, one of the few newspaper positions 
that give one the dignity of an oflHce without the inconven- 
ience of having to use it. I was married in 1909 and lived 
at first in the West End. When the subway went to Cam- 
bridge, I went too. I suppose that any such inclusive ** Who's 
Who" as this report should include recreations and political 
beliefs. My chief recreations are tennis, writing unsalable 
fiction and articles, and the Boston Athenaeum. In normal 
times, I presume that I might be a believer in socialism were 
it not for the fact that I know so many socialists. When my 
wife and daughters are reinforced by a laundress, a nursemaid 
and a housemaid, I begin to have a dawning perception that 
feminism is not so nebulous and visionary a thing as it may 
seem to bachelors or as it would have sceemed to me, had I 
heard of it between 1896 and 1900. But today it seems im- 
pertinent to think of socialism or any other 'ism. For the 
first time, I am interested in my own genealogy. I have a 
profound gratefulness that Celtic blood predominates in me 
and that my ancestors were Scottish and French. I wish that 
I might unearth a scandal that would contribute a little 
Belgian blood as well, but I am afraid that there was too 
much respectability for that in my remote past. But if I 
can't have the honor of a Belgian bar sinister, I at least 
haven't any past **made in Germany." So I can breathe 
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FRANCIS PHILIP CLARK 

'Bern Canton, Masi,, Jan. IS, 1S77. 

Parents Joseph Clark, Mary Ann DriMcolh 

School Salem High School, Salem, Ma$$. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901). 

Business Financier. 

Address (home) Manchester, Mass. 

(business) Care of National Shatomut Bank, Bos- 
ton, Mass, 

[Not heard from.] 

GEORGE OLIVER CLARK 

Bom St. Louis, Mo., May SI, 1878. 

Parents Benjamin Oliver Clark, Loula Henslee. 

School Smith Academy, St. Louis, Mo., Boston Latin 

School, Boston, Mass., and private tutors. 
Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 190S. 

Married Alice Camssu Ahbot, Westford, Mass., Oct. 4, 191S, 

Children Camzu Ahhot, July 19, 1914. 

Business Surgeon. 

Address (home) 295 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 142 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Various reasons, prominent among which was the matter of 
finance, sufficed to deny me the senior's year in college. The 
Harvard Medical School's M.D. cum laude in 1903 represents 
four years of study in the school and in minor work in vari- 
ous hospital clinics. For the following year and a half, I 
was surgical house officer in the Massachusetts (General Hospi- 
tal. Immediately after finishing that period of busy activity, 
valuable practical experience, and charitable service, — a 
period of pleasant associations and memories never to be for- 
gotten and always cherished, I became assistant to Dr. John 
W. Elliot in private practice, spending spare time in one or 
another clinic and occasionally finding a patient all ''my 
own." This condition persisted till about 1910 — ** medical 
agriculture" — ^implying not so much growing a practice as at- 
tempting to plant the seed, till the field, and hope that honest 

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efforts might induce one to grow. During these years, I was 
for different periods district physician to the Boston Dispen- 
sary, graduate assistant at the Massachusetts General Hospi- 
tal, surgeon to the accident ward at the Massachusetts (Gen- 
eral Hospital, assistant-surgeon to the Gtenito-Urinary Depart- 
ment of the Boston Dispensary, visiting physician to the 
Rachel Allen Home. I went abroad for some special study 
in England, France, and Germany about then (1909) and 
since then have limited my practice exclusively to surgery. 
Since 1910, at one time or another, I have been assistant 
surgeon to the Genito-Urinary Department of the Boston 
Dispensary and surgeon to out-patients in St. Elizabeth's 
Hospital, recently resigning. At present I am visiting 
surgeon to the Medfield State Hospital and consulting surgeon 
to the Leonard Morse Hospital of Natick. During such va- 
cations as I have had during the last five years, I have en- 
joyed fishing and shooting, usually the latter, because of real 
assistance rendered by a real dog. I have published various 
articles in medical journals on surgical subjects, and ^'1900 
Men in Medicine" (Crimpoon, 1915). Member: Boylston 
Medical Society, Aesculapian Club, Boston Medical Library 
Association, Harvard Medical Alumni Association, Massachu-* 
setts Medical Society, American Medical Association, Ameri- 
can Urological Association, Massachusetts General Hospital 
Alumni Association, Union Boat Club, Longwood Cricket 
Club, New England Kennel Club, Harvard Club of Boston, 
Harvard Club of New York. 

LYMAN KENNETH CLARK 

Bom Petersham, Mass., March 2, 1880. 

Parents Lyman Clark, laahelle Claugh 

School Proctor Academy, Andover, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A-B., 1900; A.M., 1901; LL.B., 1905. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) Ayer, Mass. 

(business) 807-9 Old South BuUding, Boston, Mass. 

For two years after graduation I was an instructor at 

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Dummer Academy. Prom 1902-5 I attended the Law School 
and was also an assistant in Oovernment I. in the college. 
Prom 1905 to the present time I have practised law in Bos- 
ton. For several years I was associated with other lawyers, 
but since 1912 I have practised independently. My life 
since graduation has been deficient in some of those details 
so eagerly sought by an inquisitive class secretary. I have 
neither written a book nor married. My membership in clubs 
has been mainly in professional organizations. I have resided 
since 1906 in Ayer, Mass., and have been honored by election 
to some of the town ofSces. I have not ventured further into 
the pool of politics. Among my oflScial acts as trustee of 
the town library, I recently found pleasure in buying a 
series of books written for boys by one of the authors in 
the Class of 1900, well knowing they would be equally profit- 
able and entertaining. In undertaking to comply with the 
secretary's request to cover both work and recreation, I 
find it difScult to make an accurate distinction between the 
two. The practice of law contains much drudgery, like 
other callings, but frequently it is full of diversion. For the 
last two years I have at times played golf. The game is 
commonly regarded as a recreation, but played as it may be, 
it savors of being a profession in itself. I doubt whether a 
good golfer ought to be encumbered with any other calling. 
The line between work and recreation I find to be quite 
elusive. Member: Pepperell Golf Club, Middlesex Bar 
Association, Suffolk Bar Association, American Bar Associ- 
ation. 

GEORGE EDWARDS CLEMENT 

Born Vienna, Austria, April 21, 18T7, 

Parents Oeorge Wilmot Clement, Maria Fletcher EdwardM, 

School Roxhury Latin School, Roxhury, Ma8$, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M,F. (Tale), 1902. 

Business Forester. 

Address (home) 275 Warren St., Boston, Mass. 
fbuHness) 4S Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

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In July, 1900, shortly after graduation from college, I 
entered the Federal Forest Service and was sent to 
Arkansas, where I was engaged in field work. The follow- 
ing fall I entered the Yale Forest School from which I 
was graduated in 1902. The summer of 1901 I spent in 
the Adirondaeks doing field work for the Federal Forest 
Service. Early in the summer of 1902 I again entered the 
U. S. Forest Service remaining with it till January 1, 1907, 
when I resigned. During my engagement in this service, 
my work lay in New York State, southeastern Texas, the 
lower Mississippi Valley, Colorado, and Idaho. In Novem- 
ber, 1907, I was engaged as forester by the Great Northern 
Paper Company in Maine, with which company I remained 
till March, 1910. In August, 1910, I entered the employ of 
Fisher & Bryant of Boston and remained with this firm 
till February, 1912. My work during this period lay in 
Maine, New York, Massachusetts and W. Virginia. In 
July, 1912, I entered the employ of Vitale and Rothery of 
New York, and spent about three months exploring timber- 
lands in Quebec. In January, 1913, I entered the Bureau of 
Entomology in the U. S. Department of Agriculture and 
since that time have been engaged in an attempt to produce 
a forest growth which shall be free from serious insect 
damage in New England. Member: Society of American 
Foresters, American Forestry Association, Massachusetts 
Forestry Association, Association of Harvard Engineers, 
Harvard Club of Boston, Union Boat Club. 

HARRY OILMAN CLOUGH 

Boto Manchester, N. H., Jan. i7, 1878. 

Parents Lewis Augustus Olough, Nora Burke. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Lucile Weeks Elliott, Manchester, N. H., Dec. 10, 

1902 (died Dec. SO, 1909). 
Business Insurance broker. 

Address Beacon Building, 814 Elm 8t., Manchester, N. H. 

[Not heard from.] 

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WILLIAM STOCKER CLOUGH 

Bom Lynn, Mass,, Oct, Ih 1878, 

Parents Mioajah Pratt Clough, Harriet Kelley. 

School Ltn^n High BcJ^olt Lynn, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 189&-1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900, 

Business Banker, 

Address (home) Harvard Club, New York, N, Y. 

(business) 26 Exchange Place, New York, N. 7. 

Entered employ of P. S. Mosley Co. in 1900; moved to 
Chicago to represent this firm in 1902 ; admitted to partner- 
ship in 1907; moved to New York and became head of 
New York of5<3e of firm in 1908. Have resided here since 
that time in same position. Member: Harvard Clnb, New 
York; Harvard Club, Boston; Metropolitan Club, New 
York; Apawamis Club, Rye, N. Y. ; Essex County Coun« 
try Gub, Orange, N. J. ; Chicago Club, Chicago, 111. ; Har- 
vard Club, Lynn, Mass. 

ALBERT ADAMS COBB JR. 

Bom Chicago, III., July 18, 1878. 

Parents Albert Wheelwright Cobb, Caroline Button Pier^^ 

pont. 

School University School, Chicago, III. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Ouilford, Conn. 

[Not heard from.] 

JOHN PIERPONT COBB 

Bom Vergennes, Vt., Aug. 29, 1879. 

Parents Albert Wheelwright Cobb, Caroline Button Pier- 

pont. 
School Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, IIU 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

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Married Marion Antoinette King, Boston, Momm., Feb. lU 

1914. 
Bunness Candy manufacturer. 

Address Care of Oanong Broi., 8t. Stephen, N. B. 

[Mr. Cobb adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



JAMES SULLIVAN COCHRANE 

Bom Boiton, Masi., Oct. 24, 1879. 

Parents Alexander Cochrane, Mary Rusiell Bullivan, 

School Oroton School, Groton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Journalist. 

Address 257 Commonwealth Ave,, Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Cochrane is with the American Ambulance Service m 
Prance.] 

HENRY SPAULDING COFFIN 

Bom Orange, N. J., April 26, 1878. 

Parents William Henry Coffin, Mary Howland Wood. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897; 1899.1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Rose Prescott Brown, Brookline, Mass., Sept. 12^ 

1905. 
Children Rosamond, June 18, 1906; Elinor, Dec. 5, 1912. 

Business Bond dealer. 

Address (home) 60S Elm St., Winnetka, III. 

(business) 611 The Rookery, Chicago, III. 

After leaving college I worked in the Boston Athenaeum 
for a few months and then went abroad for three months. 
In the fall of 1901 1 entered my father's real estate office in 
Boston, later leaving there to go with F. S. Moseley and Co., 
note brokers. Was sent to their Chicago office and soon 
opened a branch office in St. Louis for them. I lived in St. 
Louis for about four years, found many 1900 men there and 
soon felt very much at home. Was married in 1905, which 
left very little to be desired. However, was attracted to 

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the bond business and removed to Chicago to open an office 
for The William B. Compton Co., a large St. Louis house 
dealing in municipal bonds. In 1913 was given charge of 
the western business of B. W. Clark and Co., Philadelphia, 
with offices in The Rookery, Chicago, which job I am holding 
down at present. I live in Winnetka, a suburb of the north 
shore, which boasts of over fifty Harvard men. My environ- 
ment, both at home and in my business, brings a full measure 
of contentment, which seems to increase from year to year. 
My only complaint is that I am not able to get back to Bos- 
ton often enough. I have written : Drainage Bonds, (pamph- 
let), Investment Bonds as a secondary reserve, (''The 
Economist"), and sundry financial articles. Member: Uni- 
versity Club of Chicago, Indian Hill Country dub, Win- 
netka, HI., Harvard Club of Chicago. 

BERNHARD COHEN 

Bom Pawtucket, R. /., March S, 1818. 

Parents Adolph Cohen, Rachel Rosenthal. 

School Pawtucket High School, Patotucket, R. I. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; DM.D., 190S. 

Business Dentist. 

Address (home) 801 West End Ave., Neu> York, N. T. 

(business) 915 Fifth Ave., New York, N. 7. 

In 1900 I entered the Harvard Dental School, graduating 
(cum laude) in 1903. After graduation I was licensed to 
practise in three states: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New 
York ; I chose New York. 

HARRY JUSTIN COLBURN 

Bom Lyndon, Vt., Feb. tS, 1872. 

Parents Samuel Hubbard Oolbum, Harriet Eliaabeth Hop- 

kins. 
School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 18961900. 

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Degrees A^., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Married May M. Norcrosa, Cambridge, Moms., June BS, 1900. 

Business Teacher, 

Address Bauthweaiem State Normal School, Oalifomia, 

Pa. 

[Not heard from.] 



JOHN FELT COLE 

Bom BomervUle, Mass., Nov. 11, 1877. 

Parents John Francis Cole, Anna Felt PuUifer. 

School Latin High School, SomervUle, Mast. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900. 

Business Teacher. 

Address 1S6 Perkins St., SomervUle, Mass. 

[Mr. Cole adds nothing further to the above information.] 



LOCKETT GWIN COLEMAN 

Bom Macon, Oa., Dec 7, 1877. 

Parents William Prichard Coleman, Elisabeth Rebecca 

Lockett. 
School Smith Academy, St. Louis, Mo. 

Years in CoUege 1895^1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900 (1902). 

Married Alice Kathleen Davidson, Montreal, Que., June It, 

1906. 
Children Lockett, May SO, 1907; Kathleen, Jan. 18, 1911. 

Business Superintendent, Grand Trunk Railway. 

Address (home) 411 Daly Ave., Ottawa, Ont. 

(business) Central Station, Ottawa, Ont. 

[Mr. Coleman received his degree with the Class of 1900, 
hut prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Report.] 



WALTER LEO COLLINS 

Bom Boston, Mass., April 7, 1878. 

Parents Michael Dennis Collins, Hannah Celia Desmond. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

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Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1902 (1904). 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) US Washington St., Dorchester, BoMton^ 

Mass, 
(business) 10 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Since leaving Law School I have been engaged in the gen- 
eral practice of law in Boston, and since 1905 have been associ- 
ated with m^ brother, William B. Collins, of the Class of 
1897, with offices at 10 Tremont Street. I served one term, 
1904-5, as a representative in the Massachusetts state legis- 
lature, having been elected as a Democrat from at that time 
a strong Republican district in an exceedingly close election. 
At the first election held under Boston's present city charter 
in 1909, I was elected to the city council for a three-year 
term and am now serving the third year of my second term 
with that body. In 1911 I served as president and was act- 
ing mayor whenever the mayor was absent from the city. In 
the summer of 1914 I was among the unfortunate tourists 
whose plans for a European trip were foiled. I arrived in 
Liverpool the very day war was declared between Great 
Britain and Germany. However, I experienced no great in- 
conveniences. It was naturally a most interesting time for 
an American to be in England and the scenes of mobilization 
and preparation during the early days of the war were some- 
thing that never can be forgotten. Member: Harvard Club 
of Boston, Boston City Club. 

ATHERTON DARLING CONVERSE 

Bom Rindge, N. H., Jan. 7, 1877. 

Parents Morton E. Converse, Harriet Atherton. 

School Powder Point School, Duxhwry, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1890^1898. 

Married Delia Minton, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 29, 1910. 

Business Toy Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 170 Front St., Winchendon, Mass. 

(business) 101 Jackson Ave., Winchendon, Mass. 

On leaving college, I entered the business of Morton E. 

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Converse & Son, where I am at present partner and general 
manager. Am also connected with the New Eingland Lock 
and Hinge Co. of this town, and the Novelty Iron Company 
of Canton, Ohio ; director in the Massachusetts Street Bail- 
ways Company and the Safety Fund National Bank of 
Fitchburg. In 1907 I served a year in the State Legislature. 
For two years I was president of the Massachusetts State 
Automobile Association, and on the board of directors of the 
American Automobile Association. My only hobby is Toy 
Town Tavern. We built this hotel three years ago, and have 
managed to create an atmosphere about the place which has 
made it wonderfully successful. There is a good nine hole 
golf course on the grounds, a set of dirt tennis courts 
second to none in the state, where an annual tournament is 
run by the National Tennis Association. Just at present 
we are working to create here in Winchendon a hotel 
featuring winter sports, as very few hotels in the country 
are doing. We have just completed a wonderful toboggan 
slide, put in an outdoor skating rink, snow-shoe trails, 
coasting hills, etc. We have recently added a play house 
for dancing, billiards, etc., and an attractive sun parlor for 
those who do not care for the outdoor sports. 



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Bom N€W York, N, Y., Bept 26, 1878. 

Parents Welter Cook, Marie Hugo. 

School PhUlips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ). (Columbia), 1904. 

Married Bertha Bentley, Pelham, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1910. 

Children Edith Bentley, Jan. 18, 1912; Miiry Cook, Aug. 

22, 1918. 
Business Phyiician. 

Address ^25 West End Ave., New Yvrk, N. Y. 

The September following graduation I entered the Col- 
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the degree of M. D. in May, 1904. In a competitive examin- 
ation I was appointed to the staff of the Presbyterian 
Hospital of New York City where I served on the surgical 
division, finishing July 1, 1906. I was offered an appoint- 
ment at the Sloane Hospital for Women and served three 
months there as house surgeon, leaving that institution in 
November, 1906. Since that time I have been practising 
medicine in New York City, my work now being mostly 
surgery and obstetrics. I have held a medical appointment 
in the Vanderbilt Clinic for three years, a surgical appoint- 
ment in Roosevelt Hospital out-patient department for 
4ibout one year, and a surgical appointment at the Presby- 
iterian Hospital for a little over seven years. I have been 
attending obstetrician at the Nursery and CSiild's Hospital 
on the out-door service for several years. I have written a 
few informal papers on surgical subjects. Member: Har- 
vard Club of New York, Society of the Alumni of the Presby- 
terian Hospitals, Society of the Alumni of the Sloane Hospi- 
tal for Women, Quiz Medical Society, Riverside Practitioner's 
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ALEXANDER CORSTVET 

Cottage Orave, Wis., March tS, 1850. 

Thorlief AslaJcson Car$tvet, Aoine Simonsdatter 
Aae. 

Whitewater Normal School, Whitewater, Wis. 

1896-1897. 

(first) Betsey Ammundson, Cottage Orove, Wis.^ 
187S (died Dec. 7, 1886); (second) Bmma Lam- 
pert, Utica, WU., July 11, 1888 (died AprU 8, 
1897). 

Thomas A., April 6, 18H (died Dec 2S, 1880); 
Ruth Whitewater, Aug. 20, 1880 (died June 17, 
1898); Elsa Stoughton, Aug. 25, 188$ (died April 
24, 1908); Thom4u E., Aug. 26, 1895; Bmma 
Oretchen, April 1, 1897. 

Teacher. 

55S 28th Ave., Milwaukee, WU. 

[Not heard from.] 
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JOSEPH FOXE COSTA 

Bom Quincy, Mass., Nov, SO, 1878. 

Parents Enoa Boarea Costa, Catherine Foxe. 

School Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Married Kathrene L. T. McCue, East Weymouth, Mass., 

June 28, 1905. 
Children Dorothea Anne, April 27, 1907; Elizabeth, Sept. 6, 

1911. 
Business Floor superintendent. 

Address (home) 11 Garden Bt., Medford, Mass. 

(business) 426 Washington Bt., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving Cambridge, I contemplated studying medi- 
cine, and entered Harvard Medical School, with the intention 
of getting my A.B. and also completing the medical course. 
In order to finance this plan, I entered the customs service 
at Boston, working nights. In a short time, however, I was 
forced to abandon my plans, but continued in the customs 
service until February, 1912. At that time I went with Loose- 
Wiles Biscuit Co., Boston factory, as a salesman, staying with 
them until about April, 1913, when I took a similar job with 
the Johnson Educator Food Co. The biscuit business did 
not offer much, however, so I came to Filene's in September, 
1913, and I feel that I am at last in the right place. 



StetUna Browne Coi 

Bom Milburn, N. J., Jan. 28, 1878. 

Parents Mark Thomas Cox, Emily Maria Brown. 

School Bt. Bartholomew's Bchool, Morristown, N. J. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Winnefred Bweet, Buffalo, N. Y., March 16, 1907. 

Died May 22, 1908, in East Orange, N. J. 

[See note in Third Report.] 
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WINGATE FRANKLIN CRAM 

Born Bangor, Me., Dec 4, 1877. 

Parents Franklin Weh$ter Oram, Martha Wingate. 

School PhilUpa Academy, Andover, Mas9. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900. 

Married Anna EHaaheth Sahin, WUoatMet, Me., June 21, 

1905. 
Children Cynthia, Nov. 10, 1906; Sibyl, June 24, 1908. 

Business Clerk of railroad company. 

Address (home) 41 Broadway, Bangor, Me. 

(buaineaa) Graham Building, Bangor, Me. 

Since 1901 I have lived in Bangor, Maine, and have been 
connected with the Bangor and Aroostook R. R. Co. in vari- 
ous capacities. I am now clerk of that company. Member: 
Tarratine Club, Bangor, Me., Boston Art Club, Harvard Club 
of New York. 

RUSSELL DAY CRANE 

Bom Hartford, Conn., May 26, 1877. 

Parents Cephas Bennett Crane, Mary Day. 

School Concord High School, Concord, N. H, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Editor. 

Address (home) 162 Lakeview Ave., Cambridge, Ma9$. 
(business) 42 Prospect St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Shortly after leaving college I secured a position — ^more 
accurately speaking, a job — ^with the Boston and Maine R. R. 
I remained with this corporation for eight years when a New 
York concern induced me to act as its Boston representative. 
I was then a travelling freight agent for the road, but was 
close to the presidency — ^my office being immediately abov^ 
Mr. Tuttle's. About the time I quit, the Boston and Maine 
began to go to the bad. This, of course, may have been 
merely a coincidence. Meantime my neighbors had been 
duly impressed with the fact that I was a young man of 

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sobriety and serioiisness of purpoae and elected me to the 
Cambridge conunon council and later to the board of alder- 
men. My grateful constituents then sent me to the leg^islature 
for three terms. Seven years of politics had whetted my 
appetite for something more stirring than business routine 
and two years ago I swung into the newspaper game which I 
find diverting and congenial. I am now the editor of a young 
but ambitious journal known as the Cambridge Daily Stand- 
ard. Needless to state this publication advocates no-license, 
defends Harvard against "low-brow'* aldermanic attacks, 
and fearlessly flays the wicked corporations. In fact the 
Standard is to Cambridge what the Crimpoon is to Nineteen 
Hundred. Such ia the somewhat uneventful story of my 
life. I expect, however, to add an interesting page to my 
life's chronicle when the 1900 braves hit the quindecennial 
trail next June. Member: Colonial Club of Cambridge, 
Cambridge Economy Club, Lexington (Jolf Club. 



Olivet Daniel Ctflls 

Bom Chicago, HI,, Dec. 21, 1876, 

Parents Daniel Francis Orilly, Elizabeth Snyder. 

School PhilUpt Academy, Andaver, Mas$, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM,, 1900; LL.B. (Northwestern University), 

190S. 

Died «^an. 16, 1910, in Chicago, III. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



THOMAS CRIMMINS 

Bom New York, N, Y., Jan. 6, 1880, 

Parents John D, Crimmins, Lily Lalor, 

School Tutor, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees 8,B,, 1900, 

Married Mrs. Herbert Lloyd, Augusta, On,, Feb. 11, 1910. 

Children Thomas Barry, Jan, IS, 1911; Theodora, Deo. tS, 

1912, 

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Business Contractor, 

Address (home) 55 East Ttth fift, New York, N. Y. 

(huHness) U4 E, 69th 8t, New York, N. Y. 

On July 6, 1900, entered the contracting business of my 
uncle, the late Thomas E. Crimmins, became his partner in 
the firm of Thomas E. and Thomas Crimmins, 444 E. 69th 
Street, New York. In 1903 organized the Thomas Crimmins 
Contracting Co. of which I am president. Engaged in 
general contracting work. Am president of the Harvard 
Engineering Society of New York. Member: Harvard 
Club, New York; University Club, New York; Catholic 
Club, New York; National Democratic Club, New York; 
Racquet and Tennis dub, New York; Engineering Club, 
New York; Harvard Engineering Society, New York; 
Chamber of Commerce, New York; Wee Bum Golf dub, 
Noroton, Conn. ; Suburban dub, Stamford, Conn. 

Cbatlcd Battlett Crocbett 5t* 

Bom Medford, Mas$„ Oct. SI, 1877. 

Parents Charles Bartlett Crockett, Katharine Montgomerw 

Adams. 

School Nohle and Oreenough*$ School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died March 5, 1906, in Cocoanut Qrove, Flo. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

IRVING JOHN CROSS 

Bom Bangor, Mich., May S, 187S. 

Parents Thom^as Cross., Mary Jane Bennett. 

School Oherlin College. 

Years in CoUege 1898-1899. 

Degrees A.B. (Oherlin College), 1898. 

Address Unknown. 

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Josepb Sfmon&0 Ctodwell 

Born Oamlnridge, Mcs$., March 11, 1878. 

Parents William Oroatoell, Grace Simondi. 

School Manual Training School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Died Bept, 1901, in Rolla, Mo. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 

JOSEPH JOHN CURRAN 

Bom Boston, Mats., Dec 18, 1877. 

Parents Michael Curran, Mary Clancy. 

School Boston Latin ScJiool, Boston, Mass. 

Tears in CoUege 1896^1897. 

Degrees LL.B. (Georgetoton University), 1905. 

Married Mary Frances Gate, West Netoton, Mass., Aug. S, 

1908. 
Children Mary, July, 1904; Katherine, Aug., 1906 {died 

1906); Joseph, March, 1907 (died April, 1908); 

Joseph, 2d, March, 1909. 
Business Government employee. 

Address (home) 224 Cherry 8t., West Newton, Mass. 

(business) Custom House, Boston, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

CHARLES BOYD CURTIS 

Bom New York, N. Y., Dec 6, 1878. 

Parents Charles Boyd Curtis, Isabel Douglass. 

School Groton School, Groton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Louise Berg, Christiania, Norway, Feb. 25, 1911. 

Business Diplomatic Service. 

Address (home) Bantam, Conn. 

(business) Care of Department of State, WasK 
ington, D. C. 

Prom October, 1899, to May, 1905, I was engaged in bnai- 
ness in New York. On July 22, 1905, I started on a trip 
around the world, visiting the Hawaiian Islands, Japan, 

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Korea, Port Arthur (one of the first visitors after the war), 
China, the Philippine Islands, Java, India, Egypt, and 
various European countries, returning to America in 
August, 1906. Studied international law at Columbia 
University for a few months under Professor John Bassett 
Moore. Became private secretary to the American Am- 
bassador to Russia in April, 1907; appointed third secre- 
tary of embassy at Constantinople, May, 1909; secretary 
of legation at Christiania, March, 1910; secretary of lega- 
tion and consul general at Santo Domingo, February, 
1912; second secretary of embassy at Rio de Janeiro, May, 
1914. Member : Harvard Club of New York, Metropolitan 
Museum of Art, American Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Animals. 

TmfUfam Basat& Cuttind 5t. 

Bom New York, N. T., Jan. 13, 1878. 

Parents William Bayard Cutting, Olivia Murraif. 

School Oroton School, Oroton, Moms. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married SyhU Marjorie Cult, London, Eng., April SO, 1901. 

Children Iris Margaret Cutting, BirdlithOlOM, Eng., Aug. 15, 

1902. 
Died March 10, 1910, in Assouan, Egypt. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



ROBERT OSBORNE DALTON 



Bom 


Balem, Mass., June 12, 1879. 


Parents 


Samuel Dalton, Hannah Frost Nichols. 


School 


Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 


Years in College 


1896-1900. ' 


Degrees 


A.B., 1900. 


Married 


Katherin Mal>€l Fra»er, Camlfridge, Mass., Dec 




7, 1911. 


Children 


Robert Frazer, Oct. 20, 1912. 


Business 


Rubher manufacturer. 


Address 


U Centre St., Cambridge, Mass. 



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After leaving college I was employed by Stone and Webster 
as chemist, and since leaving them have been engaged in the 
machinery business, and am at present in the rubber end 
of that business with the International Distributing Co. 
While my parents were living they lived with me in Boston, 
and soon after my mother's death, in 1910, I removed to 
Cambridge and have been living there since. At the present 
time the company with which I am connected is intending 
to build a factory in Cambridge and conduct a general rubber 
manufacturing business there. It has been pretty hard work 
for me and no play since I got out of college ; but I hope soon 
to see myself established where I can have a few of the 
pleasant things of life. We have one boy who gives me as 
much pleasure as I think anything could. I have nothing 
further of interest to say and wish the class and its secretary 
all manner of good luck. 



HAROLD WARD DANA 

Bom New York, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1877. 

Parents Samuel Bradford Dana, Katherine Wallen Lyon. 

School Milton Academy, Milton, Mass., and Noble and 

QreenougKs School, Boston, Mom. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees ^-B., 1900; M.D., 1905. 

Married Gertrude Veronica Quinn, Boston, Mass., May 5, 

1909. 
•Children Katherine Stirling, June 26, 1910; Ruth, Aug. 

5, 1912. 
Business Physician. 

Address (home) 121 Centre St., Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 48S Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Graduating from the Harvard Medical School in 1905, 
I spent two years as medical house ofiB:cer at the Boston 
CSty Hospital. For six months in 1908-1909 I was graduate 
■assistant in the medical out-patient department of the 
Massachusetts General Hospital. Following my marriage 
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Austrian Tyrol. After sampling most of the different brews 
of beer in Munich, by way of transition from pleasure to 
work, and finding all of them good, I studied medicine for 
five months in Vienna and for eight months in Berlin, where 
our first baby was born. Fortunately, we had Katherine 
registered at the U. S. consulate as an American citizen, 
hence she is not a German. Coming home by way of 
Holland, I began a three years' service as district physician 
of the Boston Dispensary in November, 1910. In 1911, 1912 
and 1913 I was assistant in bacteriology at the Harvard 
Medical School. For the past two years I have been 
medical inspector in the Brookline public schools. In 1913, 
I held a six months' appointment as assistant to the 
physicians to out-patients at the Boston City Hospital. At 
the present time I am assistant visiting physician at the 
Boston Dispensary. Recently I received an appointment 
as second assistant visiting physician at the Boston City 
Hospital. I have written semi-occasional papers in 
medical journals. Member: Boston Society of the Medical 
Sciences, Norfolk District Medical Society, Massachusetts 
Medical Society, American Medical Association, Brookline 
Medical Club, Association of Harvard Chemists, Boston 
City Hospital Alumni Association, Harvard Medical Alumni 
Association, Boston Medical Library Association, Economic 
Club of Boston, Somerset dub of Boston, University Chxh 
of Boston, Eastern Yacht Club of Boston, Harvard Club 
of Boston, Harvard Club of New York. 

1Ricbat& Putnam Dana 

Bom Chicago, HI., April S, 1877. 

Parents Charles Durkee Dana, Lucy ClayUm, 

School Lakeside School, Chicago, III. 

Years in College ISO^-IOOO. 

Degrees AM., 1900. 

Died May 15, 1910, in Chicago, III. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 
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FREDERICK HARRISON DANKER 

Born LUtle FalU, N, Y. 

Parents Albert Danker^ 8u$an Isabella Stoutenburgh. 

School Boston Latin 8chooh and Maiden High School. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Stockbridge Bacchus, Brooklyn, N. T., Oct, 8, 

1908. 
Business Episcopal Minister, 

Address (home) 8 Ivanhoe Road, Worcester, Mass, 

(business) 8t, Luke*s Church, Worcester, Mass. 

After graduating from the Episcopal Theological School, 
Cambridge, I served as assistant minister in several parishes, 
ending my experience with three years' service at the 
Qiurch of the Incarnation, Brookljoi. I then spent five 
years in mission work in eastern Pennsylvania and central 
Massachusetts and have been rector of St. Luke's Episcopal 
Church, Worcester, since June 1, 1913. During this time I 
have held a number of offices connected with my work in 
the Episcopal CSiurch and have done considerable writing 
and speaking. I have also been interested in numerous 
civic and military organizations and have been an inter- 
ested member of several athletic clubs. Member : Harvard 
dub of Worcester, Parson's Club of Worcester, Worcester 
County Tennis Club. 

HENRY JORALEMON DAVENPORT 

Bom Brooklyn, N. T„ Feb. S, 1880. 

Parents Henry Benedict Davenport, Flora Lufkin, 

School Polytechnic Preparatory Scho&l, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Years in College 18961900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Louise Morgan Strong, Brooklyn, N. T., June 1, 

1909. 
Children John Joralemon, Feb. 7, 1910, 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) ftSS Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(business) 575 Pearl St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

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After one year at Harvard Law School, came to the 
Borough of Brooklyn and entered father's law office, study- 
ing simultaneously at New York Law School. Admitted 
to the bar in September, 1902. Continued in father's office 
till 1907 when he left the practice to become president of 
a financial institution. Have been practising alone since 
with some measure of success. Have worked fairly hard 
and very steadily, a three-months' wedding trip being the 
only real vacation I've known since 1900. We have two 
homes, both very modest, one in Brooklyn and the other 
at New Canaan, Connecticut, and we divide the years about 
equally between the two. Have done some semi-public 
work on committees and as officer of different clubs and 
associations, among other such jobs I am at present treas- 
urer of a Tuberculosis Sanitarium, counsel of the Brooklyn 
Home for Consumptives, and am giving most of my outside 
time and energy to the University Club of Brooklyn, of 
which I am at present president. My only real hobby is 
gardening and I am really happiest when ankle deep in soil 
and manure. Member: University Club of Brooklyn 
(President), Lawyer's Club of Brooklyn, Hamilton Club, 
New Canaan Country Club, Long Island Harvard Club, St. 
Nicholas Society, various Bar Associations. 

AARON DAVIS 



Bom Newton, Mass,, July 2, 1877. 

Parents Charles Davis Jr., Agnes M. Claflin. 

School St. Mark's Bchool, Southhoro, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Note broker. 

Address (home) Nahant, Mass. 

(business) 5S State St., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college I travelled abroad for six months, 
then entered the office of W. 0. Gay & Co., note brokers, 
where I remained for nine years. Since then I have been in 

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business for myself. Member : Somerset Club, Boston, Mass. ^ 
The Country Club, Brookline, Mass. ; Harvard Club of Bos- 
ton, Nahant Club. 

DWIGHT FILLEY DAVIS 

Born Bt. LauU, Mo., July 5, 1879. 

Parents John Tilden Davis, Maria Filley. 

School Smith Academy, Bt. Louis, Mo. 

Years m College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B. (Washington University), 190S^ 

Married Helen Brooks, Geneva, Switzerland, Nov. 15, 1905^ 

ChildreQ Dwight Filley, Jr., July SI, 1907; Alice Brooks, 

Jan. 12, 1909; Cynthia, Oct. 1, 1911; Helen, May 

Ih 1914. 
Business Public official. 

Address (home) 16 Portland Place, 8t. Louis, Mo. 

(business) 220 Security Building, St. Louis, Mo^ 

After a year of travel in Europe, I attended Law School 
at Washington University, graduating in 1903. Married in 
1905 and have four children (so far), a batting average of 
.250 in the minor league, but have now retired from compe- 
tition. Have held the following offices of trust, mistrust and 
distrust: Trust: Member executive committee National 
Municipal lieague, 1908- ; Playground and Recreation Associ- 
ation of America, 1910- ; Civic League, 1904-7; St. Loui& 
Playground Association, 1905-8; Tenement House Associ- 
ation, 1907-9; Society for Prevention of Tuberculosis, 1909- 
1913; 28th Ward Republican Club, 1907- ; Security Building 
Co., 1910- ; Davis Estate, 1900- ; Pageant and Masque Associ- 
ation, 1914. Mistrust: Director State National Bank, Mort- 
gage Trust Co., Mortgage Guarantee Co. Distrust: Public 
Baths Commission, 1903-6; Public Library Board, 1904-7; 
Board of Control of Fine Arts, 1904-7; Public Recreation 
Commission, 1906-7, 1911-1915 ; House of Delegates, 1907-9 ; 
Board of Freeholders, 1909-11; City Plan Commission, 1911-;. 
Zoological Board of Control, 1911- ; Board of Public Improve- 
ments, 1911-1914; Park Commission, 1911-1914; Commis- 

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sioner of Parks and Recreation, 1914-. To anyone familiar 
with the career of the would-be reformer in politics, the above 
brief recital tells the story. Member: Racquet Club, Noon- 
day Club, Country Club, City Club, Harvard Club, all of St. 
Louis; University Club of New York, Harvard Club of New 
York. 

GEORGE WESTON DAVIS 

Bom Charlestown, Mius,, May 11, 1878. 

Parents Herbert Whitney Davis, Viola Erskine. 

School Belmont High ScJtooh Belmont, Moms. 

Years in CoUcgc 18961900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Banker. 

Address (home) 86 Clifton St., Belm^mt, Mass. 

(business) 85 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Shortly after leaving college I started to learn the bank- 
ing business in the Central National Bank of Boston. In 
1902 the bank failed and after a few months' work under 
the government ofBksials who came to Boston to wind up 
the afFairs of the bank, I went to the Commercial National 
Bank of Boston, remaining until 1905. In that year I ob- 
tained a position with Merrill, Oldham & Co. of Boston, 
dealers in bonds, and am still with that house. During this 
time I have travelled a little as a salesman, but have spent 
most of my time in the office. Aside from business, I have 
little to report, spending my time playing golf at every 
opportunity and going into the woods on vacations. Mem- 
ber : Belmont Spring Country dub, Boston Athletic Associ- 
ation. 

}obn CbanMet Sanctoft 2)avf0 

Born Neivark, N. J^ Oct. 10, 1877. 

Parentt ^ohn Davis, Sarah Helen Frelinghuysen. 

School Oroton School, Oroton, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Died Dec 27, 1907, in Washington, D. O. 

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John Chandler Bancroft Davis died of typhoid fever at 
New York City on June 11, 1910. He left college during his 
sophomore year and in 1899 e^tered the employ of the 
Standard Trust Company in New York. With that company 
he stayed continuously and after numerous promotions was 
made receiving teller. The secretary of the company writes in 
regard to him: "During this long period of faithful service I 
cannot remember the time when he was ever away except on 
his periodical vacations. He rose from a minor clerkship to a 
position of trust, and at his untimely death was at the head 
of an important department. Mr. Davis was highly regarded 
by the oflSicers of the company." He would surely have risen 
to a still more responsible place there if he had lived. He was 
particularly fond of sport and was accustomed to go two or 
three times each year to Maine and Canada for hunting and 
fishing. At the Knickerbocker Club of New York he was 
one of the most prominent and popular members. 

MINOT DAVIS 

Bom Latorence, Maaa.^ Oct, 18, 1879, 

Parents Edtoin P<ucal Davis, Harriet Elieaheth FoUom. 

School Powder Point School, Duxhury, Mass., and Broume 

and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mass. 
Years in CoUcgc 1897-1899. 

Married Nelsie Bennett, Tacoma, Wctsh., June 12, 1912. 

Children Nelson Bennett, Nov. 5, 1913; Edwin Folsom, Jan. 

29, 1915. 
Business Employed hy Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. 

Address (home) 701 North East St., Tacom4i, Wash, 

(business) P. 0. Box 1607. 

Prom June, 1899, when I left college, up to November, 
1910, when I went to work for my present employers, I spent 
almost all my time working in logging camps or railroad 
survey, as axeman, chainman, transit man, assistant engin- 
eer, on railroad work. In the logging business I have done 
nearly everything, including estimating timber. Since No- 
vember, 1910, I have had supervision over the logging inter- 
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I>orting to the general manager of same. I am financially 
interested, in a small way, in four companies in this line of 
work. I never held any offices of honor or trust, not even 
I>ound-master. I wrote: Getting Even with Mr. Boswell, a 
short story (Everybody's Magazine in 1908 or 1909). Mem- 
ber: Tacoma Country Club, University Club. 

ROYAL JENKINS DAVIS 

Bom Ridgefarm, III., Nov. 29, 1878. 

Parents Jonah Mace Davis, Ella Jenkins. 

School Wabash High School, Wahash, Ind. 

Years in CoUege 1899^900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.B. (Earlham), 1898; A.B. (Haver- 

ford), 1899. 

Married Louise Stanton, Richmond, Ind., June 27, 1906. 

Children Royal Stanton, Oct. 5, 1907; John Stanton, Nov. 17, 

1908 (died Oct. 4, 1909); WflMom Wiles, Sept. 24, 
1909; Emily Louise, AprU 30, 1911. 

Business Editor and lecturer. 

Address (home) 229S Sedgwick Ave., Neu> York, N. 7. 

(business) The Evening Post, New York, N. Y. 

I left Harvard with the intention of placing my intellectu- 
al resources at the disposal of the first metropolitan editor 
who evinced a willingness to accept them. None of the New 
York editors, city, managing, or literary, showed any un- 
controllable eagerness to corral the perfectly fresh gray- 
matter thus brought to them, freight prepaid, although I am 
bound to add that none of them displayed that haughty and 
scornful indifference that is supposed to be the traditional 
and proper mark of the real swayer of public opinion when 
a youth with his reputation yet to make succeeds in getting 
past the adamantine office-boy. As I did not wish to em- 
barrass the New York editors by such persistence as would 
lead them to dismiss half a dozen of their veterans in order 
to give me a place, I went on to Philadelphia, where, after 
some desultory tutoring and reporting, I became the assist- 
ant editor of a religious weekly, **The American Friend.*' 
This position was valuable in giving me experience in all 

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kinds of work that have to be done on a magazine. Still, 
it lacked that vital connection with the swing of events that 
a real newspaperman longs for and likes so well, and so, in 
the fall of 1902, I proceeded to Chicago. I soon was work- 
ing for the **Bvanston Press," the type of which was set 
by the old-fashioned wandering compositors, who got drunk 
on Saturday and showed up some time the following week. 
When a vacancy occurred on the Bvanston end of the 
"Chicago Tribune," I got that, too, although the city editor 
told me that he had his eyes upon somebody else. This 
other man he could not obtain, however, while me he could 
have without any urging at all. The inevitable happened. 
I stayed in Evanston until the summer of 1904, when, not 
seeing anything in the way of a future for me in that neigh- 
borhood, I accepted an offer to teach English and history at 
Guilford College, North Carolina. This seemed to mean the 
abandonment of my aspirations, which were journalistic 
rather than pedagogic, but man is not always the master of 
his fate. I taught there two years, and then went to St. 
John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, where I stuck four 
years. Toward the end of my time there, I began to write 
for the New York Evening Post, and in the fall of 1910 
came to New York to write regularly for it. Just ten years 
before, I had interviewed two or three editors on the Even- 
ing Post with reference to joining the staff then. They had 
thought it better to wait. I give a course or two in journal- 
ism at New York University, and write and speak when I 
am invited, which is not any oftener than you would expect 
from this account of my career to date. Member : Economic 
Club of New York, Haverford Association of New York. 

WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS 

Bom Amherst, Ma$s. 

Parents William Yail WiUon Davis, Rebecca Frances 

Stearns, 
School Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in College 1897^900. 

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Degrees A^., 1900; AJi,, 1901; Ph,D., 1905. 

Married Alice Williams Redfleld, Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 

h 1911. 

Business Professor of Ancient History. 

Address (home) 1004 7th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn, 

(business) Library 109, State University, Minne- 
apolis, Minn, 

After graduation (1900) I worked at Harvard till June, 
1901, in the Graduate School, when I got the A.M. degree. I 
travelled in Europe 1902^. In 1903 I returned to Harvard 
and worked for Ph.D. degree. In my second year (1904-5) 1 
assisted Prof. Haskins as lecturer on Roman History at 
Badcliflfe. Got Ph. D. in 1905. 1905-6 I studied in Berlin. 
1906-7, instructor in history and government at Beloit 
College, 1907-9, associate professor of European History in 
Oberlin College, 1909-present, Professor of ancient history 
in the University of Minnesota. 1911, married Miss Alice 
Williams Redfield of Minneapolis, Minn, (wedding in that 
city). 1912, summer, travelled in Europe. 1914, summer, 
travelled in Europe (got safely out of war zone). I am 
now working on a longish history of the Roman Empire. I 
have written: **A Friend of Caesar," (Macmillan, 1900), 
''God WiUs It," (Macmillan, 1901), '*A Victor of Salamis," 
(Macmillan, 1908), ** Influence of Wealth in Imperial 
Rome," (Macmillan, 1910), "The Friar of Wittenberg," 
(Macmillan, 1912), ** Medieval and Modern History of 
Europe" (for schools), (Houghton, 1914), **A Day in Old 
Athens," (AUyn & Bacon, 1914). History Books: "Outline 
History of the Roman Empire," (Macmillan, 1909), "Read- 
ings in Ancient History," 2 vols., (AUyn & Bacon, 1911-12). 
Member: American Historical Society, various local Minne- 
apolis and University of Minnesota clubs and societies. 

HERBERT DAVISON 

Bom Rock FalU, III., Feb. B6, 1875. 

Parents Richard Andrew Davison, Mary Eli$Mbeth Peter- 

son. 
School Port Byron Academy and University of Illinois. 

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Years in College 1898-1900. 
Degrees A^., 1900. 

Business Teacher. 

Address Rock FalU, III. 

Herbert Davison was tutor for a family by the name of 
Knapp, on Long Island, when he became ill in 1906. He has 
never recovered the full use of his faculties. His mother is 
away at present on a viait. I do not know much about his 
life since boyhood. 

F. E. D. 

ARTHUR LYMAN DEAN 

Bom BouthvHck, Mass., Oct. 1, 1878. 

Parents William Kendrick Dean, Nellie May Rogers. 

School Dedham High Bchooh Dedham, Mass. 

Years, in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; Ph.D. (Yale), 1902. 

Married Leora Elvena Parmelee, New Haven, Conn., 

Aug. 11, 190i. 
Children Bylvia, June 27, 1906; Lyman Arnold, Nov. H, 

1907; Pierson Ooddard, Nov. 5, 19U. 
Business College President. 

Address (home) 22S0 Kamehamehd Ave., Honolulu, T. H. 

(business) College of Hatoaii, Honolulu, T. H. 

In the fall of 1900 I entered the Graduate School of Yale 
University and in June, 1902, received the degree of Doctor 
of Philosophy in physiological chemistry. The next year I 
acted as assistant in physiology at the ShefSeld Scientific 
School and the following year was appointed instructor in 
plant physiology, a position which I held until the summer 
of 1907. Meanwhile I had outside connections, first as re- 
search assistant in the Carnegie Institution and then as 
expert in charge of the chemical work of the U. S. Forest 
Service. In 1907 I resigned from the Forest Service and 
SheflSeld and entered the employ of Arthur D. Little in 
Boston, taking the charge of his chemical laboratory. After 
one year of commercial work I returned to Yale as instruc- 
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appointed assistant professor of industrial chemistry, a 
position which I held for five years. Last winter the 
presidency of the College of Hawaii was offered to me and, 
not without a good many misgivings, I accepted. I have 
written: Experimental Studies on Inulare, (Botanical 
Gazette, January, 1903), On Inulin, (Am. Chemical Journal, 
July, 1904), On Proteolytic Enzymes, (Botanical Gazette, 
1905), Estimation of Moisture in Creosoted Wood, (U. S. 
Forest Service, Circular 134), (Dean and Bateman), The 
Fractional Distillation of Coal Tar Creosote, (U. S. 
Forest Service, Circular 80), (Dean and Bateman), The 
Analysis and Grading of Creosotes, (U. S. Forest Service, 
Circular 112), (Dean and Downs), Laboratory Distillations 
of Water-Gas Tar, (Journal Industrial and Engineering 
Chemistry, February, 1911), (Dean and Downs), Antiseptic 
Tests of Wood Preserving Oils, (Journal Industrial and 
Engineering Chemistry, February, 1913). (Dean and 
Downs), Study of the Composition of Water-Gas Tar, 
(Journal Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, May, 
1914), (Dean and Downs), On the Question of Proteid 
Synthesis in the Animal Body, (American Journal of 
Physiology, August, 1903, (Henderson and Dean), The Esti- 
mation of Cellulose in Wood by the Chlorination Method, 
(Dean and Tower) (Journal American Chemical Society, 
July, 1907). Member: American Association for Advance- 
ment of Science, American Chemical Society, Society of 
Chemical Industry, Hawaiian Engineering Association, 
Harvard Engineering Association, Phi Eigma Eappa, Yale 
Chapter (honorary), Graduates Club, New Haven, Conn., 
University Club, Honolulu, T. H. 

HERMAN TRUE vanDEUSEN 

Bom Charlestoum, Mass,, Nov, 18, 1878. 

Parents Minor van Deuaen, Mary Carrie True. 

School Somerville Latin Bchooh Bomerville, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897, 

Married (ftrst) Loretta May Brackett, Bedford, Mass., June 

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7, 1898 (died Jan. i, 1909); (second) Louisa M. 

Hill, CrUtobah Panama, Oct. U, 191$. 
Chfldren Harold True, 1899; Earl RadcUffe, 1900; Dorothy 

Beatrice (died April 16, 1909). 
BusinesB Banker. 

Address W. R. Chnce and Co., Hanover Square, New York, 

N. Y. 

Mr. van Deusen reports that since 1910 he has been en- 
gaged in the export and banking business in New York City 
and South America and is, at present, connected with the 
export department of the firm of W. R. Grace and Co., Han- 
over Square, New York City. He states that while with the 
International Banking Corporation he was successful in so 
misguiding Louisa M. Hill, a young lady from New England, 
that she left her home and went to Panama, landing at 
Cristobal at 10.00 a. m., October 14, 1912. He immediately 
coerced her into marrying him and they were able to take 
the 10.20 train for Panama, where they remained until the 
fall of 1914. Van says that this is a record for quick move- 
ment in the republic. And still they say that Latin- America 
is the '*manana" country. 

GEORGE GIBBES DEWSNAP 

Bom New York, N. Y., Sept. It, 1877. 

Parents John Dewsnap, Marie Louise Francisco. 

School Woodbridge School. 

Years in CoUege 1890-1897. 

[Not heard from.] 

Bbwatb 2)icf{don 

Bom Boston, Mass., Feb. 15, 1878. 

Parents Brenton Halliburton Dickson, Mary Eliifabeth 

Fiske. 
School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Died March $2, 1897, in Boston, Mass. 

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WILLIAM PARRY JONES DINSMOOR 

Born Portamouth, N. H., Nov. 29, 1876. 

Parents Oeorge Reid DinMmoor, Helen J<meM. 

School Keene High School, Keene, N. H. 

Years in College 1895-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Ruth Bill Carpenter, Denver, Col., Jan. 20, 1904. 

Children John Carpenter, Nov. i, 1909; Mary, April IS, 1912. 

Business District sales manager. 

Address (home) 218 Linden St., Winnetka, nt 

(business) ilS Peoples* Qas Building, Chicago, m. 

[Mr. Dinsmoor received his degree with the Class of 1900, 
but prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 R^ort.] 

WILLIAM WARREN DIXON 

Bom Chicago, III., April 27, 1877. 

Parents Arthur Dixon, Annie Carson. 

School Harvard School, Chicago, III. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900; LL.B., 1908. 

Married Ethel Field Fisher, Chicago, III., June 16, 1910. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 445 Roslyn Place, Chicago, IXl. 

(business) 940 The Rookery, Chicago, ITL 

Member: Harvard Club of Chicago, University Club of 
Chicago, Union League Club of Chicago, Hamilton Club of 
Chicago, Chicago Athletic Club, Chicago Bar Association, 
Illinois Bar Association. [Mr. Dixon does not add anything 
further to the last report] 

AVARD LONGLEY DODGE 

Bom Middleton, N. S., Nov. ^ 1875. 

Parents Robert Albert Dodge, Mary Cropley. 

Years in College 1899.1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.B. (Acadia University), 1899. 

Married Helen Carpenter Hopkins, Brookline, Mass., July 

2, 1906. 
Business Teacher. 

Address Thacher School, Nordhoff, Cal. 

[Not heard from.] 
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FRANCIS WEBSTER DOHERTY 

Born Boston, Mass., Oct, 11, 1878. 

Parentt Hugh Doherty, Emily Augusta Hazlewood, 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM,, 1901. 

Married Almira Jane Lang, IpsvHch, Mass., March 28, 191S. 

Business Accountant. 

Address (home) 111 Hemenway 8t., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 807 Old South Buading, Boston, Mess. 

As there is no notable achievement to record, my life 
since leaving college is about summed up in Du Maurier's^ 
**A little work, a little play," etc. Member: Harvard 
dub of Boston. 

ftcb IRaldton Bugene S>olan 

Bom Fitchburg, Mass., Dec. 16, 1878. 

Parentt Francis Doktn, Frances Robey. 

School Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Died Jan. 28, 1900, in Cambridge, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

HARRY FRANCIS ROBY DOLAN 

Bom Fitchburg, Mass., June 29, 1876. 

Parents Frank Dolan, Hannah Frances Boby. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Married Lillie Eleanor McFall, Cambridge, Mass., June 26^ 

1906. 
Children Eleanor Frances, May SO, 1907; Elieabeth Mary, 

Sept. i, 1909; Harry Francis Roby Jr., Jan. S,. 

1911. 
Business Lav>yer. 

Address (home) S90 Huron Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 619 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass.. 

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I got my law degree from the Harvard Law School in 
1902. Since then I have been continuously practising law 
in Boston, with ofSces in the Tremont Building, for about 
five years with another member of our class, Thomas R. 
Bateman, and Charles L. Stebbins, Harvard, '97, and later 
with Mr. Stebbins and James H. Morson, under the firm 
name of Dolan, Morson & Stebbins. Our practice is a gen- 
eral one, consisting of both ofi&ce and trial work. I have 
spent much time and effort in local politics and have been 
a candidate for the board of aldermen and for school com- 
mittee, but have never been elected or appointed to any 
oflSce except to ward committees of the Republican party 
and of our several non-partisan municipal organizations. 
During the last two years I have been chairman of our local 
Republican ward and city committees. Member: Boston 
City Club, Boston Harvard Club, Cambridge Economy 
Club, Middlesex Bar Association, Cambridge Board of 
Trade. 

ALBERT GRENVILLE DONHAM 



Bom Portlana, Me., May 27, 1879. 

Parents Orenvitte Metlen Danham, Annie Barak Qregary. 

School Portland High Bthooh Portland, Me. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Married Laura May Reeves, Portland, Me., Oct. 7, 1906. 

Children Katherine Orowemor, Portland, Me.^ April i7» 

1908. 
BusineM Publisher. 

AddreM Piome) 9t Pine St., Portland, Me. 

(business) 690 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

[Mr. Donham adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 

LEWIS MATTHEW DOUGAN 

Bom Middle Qranvme, N. Y., June 21, 1872. 

Parents Matthew W. Dougan, Adelta Harriet Norton. 

School Troy Conference Academy, PouUney, Vt. 

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Years in CoUege 1897-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM,, 1901; PdM. (New York State 

Normol College), 1897, 
Married Ruth Louise Everts, Oranville, N, T,, Aug, 16, 

1904, 
Children Elisabeth, Nov. 28, 1905; Alice, Aug. S, 1907; 

Arthur, Sept. 27, 1911. 
Business Principal public school. 

Address (home) S959 Botanical Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(business) 5329 Columbia Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Since the decennial report, I have added five years of 
service in the public elementary schools of this city as 
principal of the Henry Shaw School by day and sometimes 
by night. I have succeeded fairly well in making the 
family income keep up with the high cost of living, but 
have not grown as round and prosperous looking as their 
photographs represent most of the 1900 men to be. The 
com belt seems to have no effect on me. Instead of writing 
books and articles myself I have been engaged in adminis- 
trative work, helping in the further development of our St. 
Louis schools. Member: St. Louis Academy of Science, 
Public Question Club of St. Louis. 



HAROLD TAYLOR DOUGHERTY 

Bom Dorchester, Mass., Dec. 28, 1874. 

Parents M. Angela Dougherty, Mary Lizzie Proctor. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896 and 1899 and at Oeorge Washington Univer^ 

sity. 
Married Sally Viles, Boston, Mass., Sept. 6, 1906. 

Children Linsley, June 27, 1906. 

Business Librarian. 

Address (home) 48 Orove St., Pawtuchet, R. I. 

(business) Deborah Cook Sayles Public Library, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 

Resigned in 1910 from the Waltham, Mass., Public 
Library to take the librarianship of the Deborah Cook 
Sayles Public Library, Pawtucket, R. I., where I still am. 

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For the past three years have been president of the Rhode 
Island Library Association. Member: American Library 
Association, Rhode Island Library Association, Massachu- 
setts Library Qub, and many local organizations. 

WALTER HAMPDEN DOUGHERTY 
(See Walter Hampden) 

FREDERICK THOMPSON DOW 

Bom Wohurn, Mass,, June 2S, 1877. 

Parents Alfred Ahijah Dow, Carrie Bwift EllU. 

School Wohum High School, Wohum, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 18961900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Maud Melina Skinner, Wohum, Mass., Dec 2, 1908. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address S828 Cliff Road, BirmingJiam, Ala. 

[Not heard from.] 

FRANCIS JOSEPH DOWD 

Bom Laicrence, Mass., Aug. S, 1876. 

Parents Frank Dowd, Mary A. Dowd. 

School Prepared myself — without teacher or tutor, Low- 

ell, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Lillian Virginia Feely, Brooklyn, N. T., June 6, 

1912. 

Business Manufacturing man for Harper and Brothers, New 

York, N. Y. 

Address (home) 271 Windsor Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(business) S25 Pearl St, New York, N. Y. 

I was married June 5, 1912 at Brooklyn, New York, to 
Miss Lillian Virginia Feely. In my business life there has 
been no change. I am still with Harper & Brothers, looking 
after the manufacturing of books. I have been with this 
firm since October, 1902. 

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JEREMIAH FRANCIS DOWNEY 

Born Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 9, 1878, 

Parents Mortimer Downey, Honora Healey. 

School Cambridge Manual Training School, Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Alice Morgan Ryan, Boston, Oct. 24, 1906, 

Children Jeremiah Francis Jr,, July 29, 1907 (died Aug, 22, 

1907); Margaret, Feb, 15, 1909; Paul, Dec 2, 

1912. 
Business Superintendent public buildings. 

Address (home) 211 Elm St., Cambridge, Mass, 

(business) City Hall, Cambridge, Mass, 

During the Spanish- American War I enlisted in the 1st 
Regiment U. S. Volunteer Engineers and served in the 
Porto Rican campaign with the rank of sergeant. Upon 
the completion of my service I engaged in engineering 
work, entering the employ of the Boston Elevated Railway 
Co. in 1900 and remaining with them until 1909, when I 
resigned to accept the office of superintendent of public 
buildings for the City of Cambridge, which office I at 
present hold. I have held the following public offices: 
Common Councilman, 1903, 1904; House of Representa- 
tives, 1905, 1906; Board of Aldermen, 1908, 1909; School 
Committeeman, 1909. 

ANDREW FRANCIS DOWNING 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 16, 1877, 

Parents Denis Douming, Nora Murphy, 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M,D„ 1904. 

Married Elsie Powers, Boston, Mass,, Nov, 2S, 1910. 

Children SUie Mary, Sept. 19, 1911; Katherine, Nov. 25, 

1915. 

Business Physician. 

Address 555 Huron Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

In September, 1900, I entered the Harvard Medical 
School from which I received the degree M. D. in 1904. The 

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following two years I spent as interne at the Boston City 
Hospital. In August, 1906, I began the general practice of 
medicine in Cambridge, where I still live. I am the medical 
examiner for the Massachusetts Civil Service Commission, 
to which position I was appointed in 1906. I am an assist- 
ant physician to the Consumptive's Hospital, Boston, and 
director of the Laboratory of Serum Diagnosis at St. 
Elizabeth's Hospital. I have written a few medical papers. 
In June, 1914, I represented the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts at the annual convention of the National Assembly 
of Civil Service Commissioners held at Pueblo, Colorado. 
Member: Massachusetts Medical Society, American Medi- 
cal Society, Boylston Medical Library, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Harvard Club of Boston. 

DURANT DRAKE 

Bom Hartford, Conn,, Dec. 18, 1878, 

Parents James McEwen Drake, Maria Upham, 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900; A,M., 1903; PhJ), (Ooluml>^), 1911. 

Married Anna White, Milford, Pa., June SO, 1908. 

Business Professor. 

Address (home) 186 High St., MiddleUnon, Conn. 

(business) Wesleyan University, Middletown^ 
Conn. 

1900-1901, in University Settlement in New York City. 
Severe illness, followed by several months of travel in 
Europe. 1901-1903, studying in Graduate School and 
Divinity School at Harvard, passing the preliminary exams 
for the Ph.D. in philosophy, taking an A.M., and going a 
long way toward the B.D. Another breakdown followed; 
another trip to Europe; this time leading to a worse ill- 
ness, at Mentone on the Riviera. Afterward a trip to Call- 
f omia, where a winter in the Santa Cruz Mountains brought 
improvement; then marriage in 1908, and a quiet life as 
student-farmer. In 1910, enrolled in Columbia University 
and took Ph. D. in June, 1911. In 1911-1912, instructor in 

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philosophy at University of Dlinois; 1912-15, associate 
professor of ethics and philosophy of religion at Wesleyan 
University. Published already, besides numerous magazine 
articles and syllabi, one fat volume, ** Problems of Con- 
duct," which aims to provide for the ordinary intelligent 
reader an introduction to the consideration of the various 
moral problems, personal and social, of contemporary life. 
Hope to have a companion volume ''Problems of Religion," 
out by fall of 1915. 

A questionaire which I sent out in 1912 brought interest- 
ing results as to the philanthropic work and religious be- 
liefs of graduates of the three colleges in which I am most 
interested to date: Harvard, Illinois, "Wesleyan. Harvard 
led in non-religious philanthropic work, and was far more 
radical (or liberal, if you prefer) than the others in religious 
beliefs. Results can be found in the independent articles 
mentioned below. My health has never been robust, and 
I lost a number of years right out. But I am now better 
than for years and enjoying the teaching of undergradu- 
ates to have sane moral and religious ideas. It is work 
that is thoroughly worth while. Besides that, I am trying, 
through my books, to reach a wider public and have a hand 
in the moralization of public life and the rationalization of 
religion. I have written : The Problem of Things in Them- 
selves, (Boston, Ellis, 1911), Problems of Conduct, (Hough- 
ton, MiflBin Co., 1914), (455 pp.), Syllabi, An Introductory 
Course in Ethics, An Introductory Course in Religion, A 
Course in English Bible, (Middletown, Conn., Pelton & King, 
1912-13), various articles, reviews and poems in magazines. 
Member : American Philosophical Association, Religious Edu- 
cation Association, Federation of Churches of Christ in 
America. 

CHARLES DANA DRAPER 

Bom New York, N. T., Jnn. 11, 1879. 

Parents WiHiam H. Draper, Ruth Dana. 

School Cutler'M Schooh New York, N. Y. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Stockbroker. 

Address (home) 125 East S6th Bt., New York, N. Y. 

n^uaineaa) 111 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

In May, 1910, the firm of McGraw, Blagden and Draper 
was formed and we are still engaged in the stock and bond 
business at 111 Broadway, New York C5ty. Conditions 
during the past five years have made it impossible for me 
to spend much time away from New York, with the excep- 
tion of a trip through the West Indies last winter. Very 
little outside of the routine of a broker has happened in my 
life since the decennial celebration. 



ARTHUR DRINKWATER 

Bom Ellsworth, Me., June 27, 1879. 

Parents Arthur Fuller Drinkwater, Julia Eliea Keese. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; LL.B., 190S. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 50 Buckingham St., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 59 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. 

After receiving my degree from the Harvard Law School 
I spent a year and a half in the law office of Benner and 
Foster, Boston, and then became assistant general counsel for 
Warren Brothers Company of Boston. The legal work of 
this company occupied most of my time. In 1913 I became 
a member of the firm of Head, Drinkwater and Crafts. My 
work deals largely with corporations and municipal corpora- 
tions. A short visit in England in the summer of 1902 and 
occasional business trips have constituted the only travelling 
I have done. I have been interested in anti-tuberculosis 
work and for five years was a member of the Massachusetts 
Board of Trustees of Hospitals for Consumptives. For a 
year I was clerk of the Cambridge Taxpayers Association, a 
good government association, and was secretary of the Cam- 

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bridge Historical Society. My connection with politics has 
been coi^ned to membership in my ward committee. Mem- 
ber: Union Boat Club (secretary), Troop B, 1st Squadron 
Cavaby, M. V. M. (sergeant), Massachusetts Anti-tuber- 
culosis League (treasurer). Board of Managers of Cambridge 
Anti-tuberculosis Association, Harvard Travellers' Club, 
Harvard Club of Boston, Oakley Country Club, Skating 
Club of Boston, Cambridge Skating Club, Longwood Cricket 
Club. 

HENRY WILLIAM DUBEE 

Bom Brunswick^ Germany, May 2S, 1861, 

Parents Christian W, Dub^e, Dorothea Loewe. 

School Lombard University, HI. 

Years in College 1899.1900; 1901-1909. 

Degrees AM,, 1900; AM., 1902; A.B. (Lombard UMverHty), 

1899. 
Married Marion Christine Van der Veen. 

Children Avend V.; Stuart W. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 6S2 Church St., BeMt, Wis. 

(business) BeJoit College, Beloit, Wis. 

[Not heard from.] 



EDWARD LAWRENCE DUDLEY 

Bom Camden, N. J., April 1, 1879. 

Parents Edward Dudley, Mary Shaw Bird. 

School Rittenhouse Academy, Philadelphia, Fa. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Josephine Elliot, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) The Orange, Oamden, N. J. 

(business) SS North Second St., Camden, N. J. 

The summer after my graduation I went abroad with 
William B. Castle Jr., returning home in the autumn, and 
entering the University of Pennsylvania Law School. There 

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I remained two years. In the fall of 1902 I entered my 
father's ofSce in Camden, New Jersey, as a law student, 
and was admitted to the New Jersey bar in November, 1903 
as an attorney-at-law. In February, 1907, I was admitted 
as a counsellor-at-law, and have been practising my profes- 
sion in Camden with varying success for the last eleven or 
twelve years. My spare time I have devoted to writing — 
again with varying success. In 1907 I married and settled 
down to the existence of a benedict — a status which I have 
maintained ever since. I am chairman of the entertain- 
ment committee and a member of the house committee of 
the Franklin Inn Club, a literary society of Philadelphia. 
I have written: The Tale of Whispers, novel, (Henry Holt 
& Co., 1910), The Templeton's Night Out, short story, 
(published in Smart Set), The Immutable Law, short story, 
(published in Collier's), The Immutable Law, a one-act 
play, (accepted by George Arliss but not yet produced), 
The Red Reveille, short story, (published in the Top-Notch 
Magazine), The Turn of the Coin, short story, (published 
in Lippincott's for December, 1914), A Child's Life of 
Benjamin Franklin, (accepted by Macmillan Co. and to be 
published in spring of 1915). The Great Ship, novel (serial- 
ized in The Scrap Book.) Member: The Harvard Club 
of Philadelphia, The Union League of Philadelphia, The 
Franklin Inn Club, The Writeabout Club. 

WIRTH STEWART DUNHAM 

Bom 8t Charles Toumship, Kane County, fll,, March t8, 

1878. 

Parents Mark Wentworth Dunham, Mary Caroline Dun- 

ham, 

School Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, /I?., and The 

Hill School, Pottstoum, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1899. 

Married Mary Louise Ward, Evanston, in., Oct. 1, 1901. 

Children Barbara Ward, Bept. 27, 1902; Jane Ward, Feb. 19„ 

1906. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Wayne, Du Page County, III. 

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Left college at the time of the mid-year exams, 1899, my 
father dying in February of that year. Continued the busi- 
ness in partnership \dth some relatives, first as Dunham, 
Fletcher and Coleman, then as Dunham and Fletcher, then 
as W. S., J. B. and B. Dunham, and now as Dunhams, firm 
being composed of myself and one of my sisters. We are 
extensively interested in farming and have a large dairy, 
but our chief business is importing and breeding Percheron 
horses. This business is an active commercial one and the 
importing end of it takes me abroad considerably. I have 
been over as many as four times in twelve months. We be- 
lieve we are at the top in our line. In 1901 I married Miss 
Mary Louise Ward of Evanston, Illinois, we have two daugh- 
ters. As my life since leaving college has been principally 
occupied with business, oflftces of honor or trust have not been 
numerous. I have been school director and president of our 
local school board continuously since 1899. I am also director 
of the Percheron Society of America. In conclusion, whenever 
any 1900 man gets within reaching distance of Wayne, 111., 
which is thirty-five miles west of Chicago, let him telephone 
out, we will meet him at the station and I believe we can make 
what spare time he has for us pass agreeably. Member: 
Union League Club of Chicago, University Club of Chicago, 
Harvard Club of Chicago, Saddle and Sirloin Club, Geneva 
Golf Club. 

£&war& HbMdon S>unlap 

Bom Oreenvitte, W. Ya., April 6, 1874. 

Parents Charlet Henry Dunlap, Martha Smart Bates. 

School Cambridge Latin Bchooh Cambridge, Momm. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Married Harriet William Pence, Hunter's Bpringt, W. Va^ 

Aug. 8, 1905. 
Children ^dna Addison, Sept. 19, 1906 (died May 18, 1907). 

Died J^^y ^^f ^^06, in St. Louis, Mo. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 
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ALBERT BEACH DUNNING 

Bom BoMton, Musm,, July SI, 1875, 

Parents Albert Elijah Dunnino, Harriet Wood WestlMrook. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxhury, Mai€, 

Years in CoUege 1896^1897; 1904-1907. 

Degrees B.B., 1907, 

Business Teacher and traveller. 

Address 4S Druce Bt, Brookline, Man. 

I am a teacher and a traveller. I have made nine long 
tours of Europe and the near East. 

£&wat& Dowatb S>unnina 

Bom Detroit, Mich,, Sept. 22, 1878. 

Parents Edward Howard Dunning, Katherine Mary 

Oheever. 
School Highland Military Acedemy, WorceMter, Mosm. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 
Died April 29, 1900, in Cedarhurst, L. I. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 
RALPH CLEEVER DUNNING 



Bom Detroit, Mich., May 19, 1877. 

School Detroit High School, Detroit, Mich. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Business Unknown. 

Address Unknown. 



JAMES SAMUEL DUNSTAN 

Bom Central Mine, Keweenaw Co., Mich. 

Parents Thofnns Bree Dunstan, Mary A. MacDonaid. 

School PhUtipM Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Harried ^da Loui9e Kempghall, BoMton, Mobm., April 27, 

1904. 

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Children Alice LouUe, May 12, 1906; Eda Marie, July 18^ 

1908; Thomas KempMhall, Sept, 16, 1909. 
Business 8tockl)roker, 

Address (home) Cedarhurtt, Long J^Iaiuf, N, 7. 

fhusinesM) 42 Broadway, New York, N. Y, 

I cannot think of anything in a general way to add to 
what I sent you a few years ago. It may not be a matter 
of any special interest to others, but within the past year 
I have been chosen a director of the Michigan Copper 
Mining Co. of Michigan ; Mohawk Mining Co. of Michigan ; 
Wolverine Copper Mining Co. of Michigan. Member: 
Rockaway Hunting Club of Cedarhurst, L. I., Harvard 
Club of New York, Union League Club of New York, White- 
hall Club of New York, Academy of Political Science of 
New York City. 

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Born Rock Island, III., Nov. 29, 1879. 

Parents Charles William Durham, Mary 

Brackett. 
School High School, Rock Island, III. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 
Died May 22, 1898, in Cambridge, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 



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Address 



Somerville, Mass., Oct. 4, 1875. 

George Edward Dustin, Mary Elizabeth Adams. 

Somerville High School, SomervUle, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

S.B., 1900. 

Anmi HermUme Bonelli, Boston, Sept. 6, 1911. 

Mechanical engineer. 

(home) 7 Pearl St., Somerville, Mass. 

(business) 100 Condor St., East Boston, Mass. 



[Mr. Dustin adds nothing further to the above informa- 
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BURTON EDWARD EAMES 

Born West Upton, Mass,, Sept. 26, 1875. 

Parents Stephen Hall Eames, Flora Eatelle Rockwood. 

School Upton High School, Upton, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1899>1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190S; 8.B. (Worcester Polytech- 

nic), 1897. 
Married Edith Florence McAdams, Boston, June S, 1907. 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 122S Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Entered the Law School in the fall of 1900. Spent the 
summer of 1902 with two other men (not 1900) on a bicycle 
trip across England, Prance, Switzerland, down the Rhine, 
and through Holland. Saw some Germans but we were 
greeted pleasantly. Immediately after graduating from 
the Law School, started practising law in Boston, and have 
been at it ever since. Associated with present ofSce for nine 
years and a partner since January, 1913. Otherwise, (ex- 
cept for getting married) uneventful. Never held any 
offices of honor or trust. Member : Harvard Club of Boston. 

RAYMOND BARTLETT EARLE 

Bom Watertoton, Mass., Oct. 4, 1877. 

Parents Edward Bartlett Earle, Julia Hays. 

School Cutler*s Preparatory School, Newton, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; 8.B., 1901; M.S. (New York Univer- 

sity), 1912; D.Sc. (New York University), 191S. 

Married Mary Seeley Deming, Watertown, Mass., June 2S, 

1901. 

Children Roland Deming, June 2, 1904; Doris Muriel, 

March 26, 1908. 

Business Professor of geology. 

Address (home) 65 Mayflower Ave., New Rochelle, N. 7. 

(business) Hunter College, 68th St. and Park Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 

Went to Alaska, 1900. Admitted to Massachusetts bar 
1904. Practised law in firms of Earle, Barnum & Earle, and 

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Barle & Earle, 1904-1911. Instructor of Cteology, New York 
University, 1911-1913. Professor of Geology, Hunter Col- 
lege of the city of New York, 1913 on. Water Commission- 
er of Sharon, Mass., 1908-1911. I have written: The 
Genesis of Certain Paleozoic Interbedded Iron Ore Deposits, 
(Bulletin of the N. Y. Academy of Science, VoL XXIV., pp. 
118-170, published August 4, 1914). Member: Harvard 
Engineering Society, Boston Society of Natural History, 
Physiographers' Club of N. Y. City, N. Y. Academy of 
Science (Fellow), Sigma Alpha Epsilan Fraternity. 



EDWARD MURRAY EAST 
(honorary member) 

Born Du Quoin, HI., Oct, 4, 1878. 

Parents William Harvey East, Sarah Oranger Woodruff, 

School DuQuoin Hiffh School, DuQuoin, Itt. 

Degrees S.B. (University of Illinois), 1900; SJi. (UMver- 

sity of niinoU), 1904; PhJ>. (University of lU 

linois), 1907. 
Married Mary Lawrence Boggs, Littlejohn*s Island, Me., 

Sept. S, 190S, 
Children Elizabeth Woodruff, Sept. 4, 1904; Margaret Law- 

rence, Oct. 15, 1907; Edward M., Jr., Oct., 1908 

(died Nov., 1908). 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 87 Rohinwood Ave., Jamaica Plain, Bos- 

ton, Mass. 
(business) Bussey Institution, Jamaica Plain, 

Boston, Mass. 

Assistant chemist, 1900-3 ; first assistant in plant breeding, 
1903-5, at the University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment 
Station; agronomist at Connecticut Agricultural Experimen- 
tal Station, 1905-9 ; assistant professor of experimental plant 
morphology, 1904-14, Harvard University; professor experi- 
mental plant morphology, 1914 to date, Harvard University; 
collaborator, tobacco investigations. United States Depart- 
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genetics, Conneeticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1909 
to date. Discovered certain principles of heredity and 
originated various methods of plant improvement. I have 
published some fifty papers on physiological chemistry, 
plant morphology and genetics (heredity). Member: 
American Naturalists Society, Harvard Club of Boston, New 
England Botanical Club, Deutsche Botanical Gesellschaft; 
Fellow of American Academy, American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. 



FREDERICK WILLIAM EATON 

Bom Concord, Mass., April 22, 1879. 

Parents William Lorenzo Baton, Florence Spring Tafi. 

School Concord High School, Concord, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 11 Elm St., Concord, Mass. 

(business) 60 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

I left college at the beginning of my senior year on leave 
of absence and entered the Harvard Law School, taking my 
college degree in 1900. I spent two years at the Law School 
and then left and taught at Milton Academy for one year. In 
the fall of 1902 I became secretary to Senator Hoar and 
went to Washington with him that winter. I remained with 
him until his death in the summer of 1904. I took the 
Massachusetts bar examinations in July, 1904, and was ad- 
mitted to the Massachusetts bar on August 4, 1904. I went 
back to Washington that fall, but returned to Boston in 
January, 1905, and entered the law office of Carver and 
Blodgett. Upon the dissolution of that firm in the summer 
of 1907, I became a member of the firm of Blodgett, Jones 
and Bumham, which firm has been in existence down to the 
present time, but is now Blodgett, Jones, Bumham and Bing- 
ham. In 1913 I was a member of the state legislature for the 
thirteenth Middlesex District. Member: Concord Country 
Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Boston City Club. 

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LUCIEN EATON 

Bom 8i, Louis, Mo., July 6, 1879. 

Parents Lucien Eaton, Hannah Orr Noyet. 

School Powder Point School, Duxbury, Mosm. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; 8.B., 1901 (1902); M.8., 1902. 

Married Eleanor Archibald Stevens, Boston, Mass., June 

15, 1907. 
Children Elizabeth Stevens, Dec 15, 1908; Eleanor ArcMr 

bald, Oct. SO, 1910. 
Business Mining engineer, superintendent of iron mines. 

Address (home) 708 Cleveland Ave., Ishpeming, Mich, 

(business) Cliffs Shaft Mine, Ishpeming, Mich. 

After graduating with the Class of 1900 from the college^ 
I spent two more years at the University, getting the degree 
of S. B. in mining from the Lawrence Scientific School as 
of the class of 1901, and that of S. M. in geology from the 
Graduate School. Immediately after leaving the University 
I entered the employ of the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co. in 
their engineering department, and served successively as 
third assistant mining engineer at Ishpeming, Mich., for one 
year, mining engineer of the Ashland Mine at Ironwood, 
Mich, for a year and a half, and as first assistant engineer 
at Ishpeming for a little over a year. On February 1, 1906, 
I was appointed superintendent of the Iron Belt and Shores 
Manes, two old properties which had been abandoned by 
other companies, and which the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co. 
reopened as explorations. On July 1, 1909 I was made 
superintendefnt of the Cliffs Shaft Mine, Moro Mine and 
Salisbury Mine in Ishpeming. The following year the Lake 
Mine at Ishpeming, and the Imperial Mine at Michigamme, 
Mich., were also put under my charge. There have been no 
changes since then. While at Iron Belt, Wis., I was active 
in local politics and served three terms as chairman of the 
town of Enight and nearly two terms as county chairman. 
Since returning to Ishpeming I have taken little part in 
politics of any sort. On June 15, 1907, I was married at 
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dreiiy Elizabeth, now six years old, and Eleanor, now four. 
I have written : Methods of Stocking Ore on the Marquette 
Bange, (Lake Superior Mining Institute, 1914). Member: 
American Institute Mining Engineers, Lake Superior Min- 
ing Institute, Wawonowin Golf Club, Marquette County 
Oun and Rod Club, Ishpeming Lodge No. 314, F. and A. M., 
Ishpeming Chapter No. 152, B. A. M., Lake Superior Com- 
mandery No. 36, Eiiights Templar, Ahmed Temple, A. A. 
O. N. M. S. 

THEODORE HILDRETH EATON 

Born 8t Louis, Mo., May 2S, 1877. 

Parents Lucien Ecton, Hannah Orr Noyet, 

School Powder Point Bchool, Duxhury, Momm. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896^1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Theodora West, Holbrook, Mass., June IS, 1901. 

Children Theodore HUdreth, Nov. 16, 1907; Juiia, Nov. 14, 

1910. 
Business Farmer, teacher. 

Address (home) GUm^nton, N. H. 

(business) Teachers^ College, New York, N. Y. 

For the year 1900-01 I was graduate student at Mass. 
Agricultural College; in 1901 I went to farming in West 
Bridgewater, Mass., where I remained till 1906. In that 
year I became principal and instructor in agriculture at 
Gilmanton Academy, Gilmanton, N. H., which position I held 
till 1909. In 1909 we reverted to the land and lived through 
the encouragement of a large flock of hens till 1912. In 1912 
I went to Cornell as instructor in animal husbandry ; in 1913 
to the Central Michigan Normal School to head the depart- 
ment of Agricultural Education. At present I am registered 
for the doctor's degree at Columbia, with the idea of taking 
up college work in agricultural education. 

WALTER PRICHARD EATON 

Bom Maiden, Mass., Aug. 24, 1878. 

Parents Warren Everett Eaton, Mary Ooodwin Prichard. 

School PhiUips Andover Academy, Andover, Mass. 

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Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900, 

Married EJise MorrU UnderhUh Neto York, N, 7., June SO, 

1910, 
Business JoumalUt and author. 

Address Btockhridge, Mass. 

After graduation, I was a reporter on the Boston Journal 
till January 1, 1902, when I joined the staflP of the N. Y. 
Tribune, where I was an assistant in the dramatic and later 
in the music department, till 1907 when I became dramatic 
•critic of the New York Sun. I left that paper in the fall 
of 1908. Since that time I have been the dramatic critic 
of the American Magazine, and New York dramatic corres- 
pondent of the Caiicago Record-Herald (now the Herald), 
the Indianapolis News, and the Boston Transcript. I am 
still connected with the two former newspapers and the 
magazine, and in addition am now a special editorial writer 
on the staff of the Philadelphia Ledger. In 1910, I removed 
to Stockbridge, Mass., where I have since lived, going to 
New York for a week or more in each month during the 
season. I edit a small monthly paper called ** Stockbridge," 
devoted to uplifting village life, which has no particular 
<Jesire to be uplifted. However, one has to prove his Puritan 
ancestry in some way or other! I have written: Life of 
John Paul Jones (1899), The American Stage of Today, 
(Small, Maynard, 1907), The Runaway Place (with Elsie 
Underhill), Henry Holt, 1909), At the New Theatre and 
others, (Small, Maynard, 1910), Boy Scouts of Berkshire, 
('Wilde & Co., 1912), Boy Scouts in the Dismal Swamp, 
Wilde & Co., 1913), Barn Doors and Byways, (Small, May- 
nard, 1913), The Man Who Pound Christmas, (McBride, Nast, 
1913), Boy Scouts in the White Mountains, (Wilde & Co., 
1914), The Idyl of Twinfires, (Doubleday, Page, 1915), New 
York (privately printed for the Grollier Club, 1915). Mem- 
ber: Harvard CJlub of New York, Authors' Club, Authors' 
League of America, (member of council), Stockbridge Golf 
•Club, Bald-headed. Men's Club of America, Harvard Club 
of Berkshire. 

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FRANK ALBERT EDMANDS 

Bom Netoton Centre, Mass., Nov. 25, 1876, 

Parents Frank Edmands, Pertie Davis Bray. 

School Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married Eleanor Maud Haynes, New York, N. T^ Jan. 18^ 

1897. 
Children Albert Cecil, April 18, 1900 (died May Vt, 1909); 

Joselyn, Sept. 24, 1901 (died May SO, 1906); 

Ann, Jan. 14, 1906 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 78 Forest St, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

(business) 87 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 
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Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 1, 1878. 

John Edmunds, Jane Cfoldmann Reed. 

Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

Edythe DeWiU Pierce, Tonkers, N. 7., Jan. 29, 

1908. 
Pierce, Dec. 29, 1908; Nancy, AprU 16, 1916. 
Banker. 

(home) 19 Eaton Court, Wellesley HUls, Mass. 
(business) 65 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 



After leaving college I started work as a clerk in the 
banking house of Adams and Co., Boston. I remained 
there in various capacities for eight years, and then opened 
a Boston office for a New York bond house. At the end of 
a few months I started in the banking business for myself 
under the name of Wm. Edmunds and Co. In 1909, my 
brother became a partner with me, and since that time we 
have been conducting a high-grade bond business under the 
name of Edmunds Brothers. Member: Harvard dub of 
Boston, local clubs in Wellesley. 

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Datban Hbamd £dbett 

Born Bainhridge, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1878. 

Parents John Lightner Egbert, Ellen WathiM^m Adamt. 

School 8t. Mark*9 School, Bouthhoro, Momm. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900. 

Died Aug. 22, 191S, in Springfield, Ma98. 

Nathan Adams Egbert was born in Brainbridge, N. Y., on 
February 15, 1878. His boyhood was spent in Springfield, 
Mass., and in Marblehead. He prepared for college at St. 
Mark's School where he was one of the very popular boys. 
In college he was, again, one of the popular men of his class, 
always good company, always a leader when there was fun 
to be had. He was a member of the D. K E., Institute of 
1770, Polo, and Zeta Psi Clubs and played on his class foot- 
ball and baseball teams. He could always be depended on 
to help out in any of the class activities. After graduation 
Egbert, L. B. Brown and Willis McComick went to Si- 
beria, where they operated a gold mine at Chibokee in the 
Altai Mountains. On the long journey to Siberia **Doc'' 
Egbert — as he was always called — ^was the life of the party. 
He had the faculty, as few men have it, of getting amuse- 
ment out of almost everything. He evaded the iron-dad 
rule of the Carleton Hotel dining-room, that only those in 
evening clothes shall be admitted, by pretending that Mc- 
Comick, who was with him, was a great and famous general, 
too ill from wounds to dress; he turned, in Paris, the chal- 
lenge to fight a duel into a merely amusing incident by re- 
fusing to take the irate Frenchman seriously ; he hired the 
town band at Krasnowask to accompany him whereever he 
went, pla3ring, as well as might be, the old Harvard tunes. 
His fund of humour was inexhaustible. But he was by 
no means a mere fun-maker. Beneath his irrepressible 
sense of the ridiculous there was a store of good judgment, 
of quick wit, of personal courage, of dauntless determina- 
tion. He was not a man to be trifled with, as the laborers 
in ttie Siberia mine soon discovered. If there was a riot 
Egbert was instantly in the thick of it, fearless and com- 

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manding. At such a time his stern and penetrating voice 
was as effective in bringing order out of chaos as would 
have been the presence of a squad of police. The men re- 
spected him because they knew he was always ready, him- 
self, for the hardest kind of work, that he was just, ttiat he 
did not forget either merit or insubordination. He was 
indefatigable in his oversight of the business; the thieves 
who infested the country knew that they had little chance 
near his mines, that might after night he sat, hidden among 
the rocks, guarding. When thieves came, moreover, he was 
usually able to obtain justice from the Russian officials, and 
this even though he was one of the few men in Siberia who 
attached the forces of the law to his interests through po- 
liteness, not through bribes. These adventurous months in 
Siberia were perhaps the happiest part of his life. In the 
winter of 1903 Egbert returned to America were he tried, 
unsuccessfully, to be admitted to the diplomatic service. In 
1904 he entered the Columbia Law School, from which he 
was graduated in 1906. He then practiced law in the offices 
of Underwood and Moffat, in New York City, remaining 
with the firm until shortly before his death. In May, 1913, 
he underwent a serious operation, from which he never re- 
covered. He died in Springfield on August 22, 1913. In 
his will he left his books to his friends, remembered all 
his employees and proved his continued love of St. 
Mark's School by leaving it a sum of money. **Doc*' 
Egbert was a man who will always be remembered affection- 
ately by his friends — and his friends were of all kinds — 
whether classmates who had good times with him while in 
college, 08 associates in business, or fellow Masons of the 
Holland Lodge of New York, or fellow members of the 
Tennis and Racquet, the Union, and the Harvard Clubs. He 
always enjoyed life to the fullest, and made others enjoy it 
with him. His eyes were wide open to all the possibilities of 
his surroundings. He delighted in travel. He knew large 
parts of the world as few men know them. He was keen 
in his estimate of men, and he had the qualities which might 
have made him a distinguished citizen. He died before he 

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had a chance to show all that was in him, but he lived long- 
enough to have a host of friends, who owe to him many a 
wonderful hour, and who will always feel, in his death, a 
very personal loss. 

EDWARD ELIAS 

Bom HoerdCj Germany, Sept. 11, 18€S, 

Parents Simon Elias, Eliaaheth Konreuter. 

School Germany Real Gymnasium, Germany, and Kan$a$^ 

State Normal School, Kansas. 
Years in College 1898-1900. 
Degrees A..B., 1900. 

Married Henrietta Elizabeth Bacon, Mayday, Kan., Dec 26^ 

1892. 
Business Head Modem Language Department, Hope College^ 

Address Holland, Mich. 

[Mr. Elias adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



DAVIS ELKINS 

Bom Washington, D. 0., 1876. 

Parents Stephen Benton Blkins, Hallie Davis. 

School iMwrencevUle School, LawrencevUle, N. J. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1898. 

Business Member of Congress. 

Address Elkins, West Va. 

[Not heard from.] 



5amea pifie Silicon 

Bom Oberlym, Md., Dec 26, 1876. 

Parents Thomas Poultney Ellicott, Caroline Matty Allen^ 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Died March 2, 1898, near Ruxton, Md. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 
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HARRY STANTON ELLIOT 

Bom New York, N. Y.. FeJ>. 15, 1878. 

Parents Henry Clay Elliot, Emma Virginia Sherrard. 

School Columbia Chrammfar and Oondon'g BchooU^ New 

York, N. y. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Married Clara Blanchard Dickey, New York, N. Y., Dec, 

1905 (divorced). 

Business Real estate and imurance broker. 

Address SQl Flatiron Building, 5U Market St., San Fran- 

cisco, Oal. 

I travelled extensively through the states from 1901 to 1906 
on business; thereafter, I was located in the mining regions 
of Nevada up to 1909 ; and since then, I have been in Cali- 
fornia. The land of golden fruits, sunshine, and flowers, is 
a wonderful state; and we have an equally wonderful fair 
in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Don't miss 
it. It is worthy of the mighty event it celebrates, the com- 
pletion of the Panama Canal. The Harvard Club of San 
Francisco is busily engaged preparing for the big convention 
of Harvard clubs to be held here in San Francisco next 
August (1915). The club hopes, and every Harvard man 
out here on the Pacific Coast hopes, that you will be ''among 
those present.'' As to the rest of the story, or history, our 
worthy secretary seems to be ** clamoring" for, let me quote 
from Oeorge Eliot (no relation) : ''Life is not rounded in 
an epigram, and, saying aught, we leave a world unsaid." 
Member: Harvard Club of San Francisco, New England 
College Association, San Francisco. 

ROBERT HALE ELLIS 

Bom Swampscott, Mass., April Tt, 1878. 

Parents Fred Orin Elli$, Bmma Jane Hole. 

School Thayer Academy, Braintree, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1898. 
Degrees MJ)., 1902. 

Married Blanche Eloise Day, Portland, Ore., 1908. 

Children Henry Day, Jan. 1, 1911; Robert HMe, Jr., Deo. 

19, 19U. 

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Bunness Physician, mortgage and J>ond bu$ine$$ 0$ a voca- 

tion. 
Address (home) 1590 East Taylor St., Portland, Ore. 

(busineM) 1011 Oorhett Buttding, Portland, Ore. 

Orinding away at practice of gynecology and obstetrics. 
Obstetrician to Multnomah County Hospital; gynecologist 
to Portland BVee Dispensary; director Western Bond and 
Mortgage Co; director Portland Hotel Co. 

WALTER FRED ELLIS 

Bom South RoyaUton, Mass., April 4, 1876. 

Parents Fred Orin Ellis, Emma Jane Hale, 

School Thayer Academy, Braintree, Mass.; Bridgewater 

State Normal School, Bridgetoater, Mass. 
Years in College 1897-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900 (1907). 

Married Florence Emma Hirt, New York, N. Y., Nov. 17, 

1905. 
Children Sidonia Hirt, Sept. 18, 1910. 

Business Banker. 

Address (home) Lancaster, Mass. 

(business) 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

I am still connected with the banking house of Baker, 
Ayling and Co. Two years ago I became manager of the 
Worcester ofAce of this concern and have removed my home 
to Lancaster, Mass. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, 
Worcester Harvard Club, Worcester Automobile Club. 

JOHN ORNE EMERSON 

Bom Jackson, Mich., June 10, 1^9. 

Parents Rufus Hubbard Emerson, Zellie Passawant. 

School St. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Degrees S.B. (University of Michigan), 1909. 

Business Mining engineer. 

Address (home) 9t2 West Main St., Jackson, Mich. 

(business) American Club, Mexico City, Mex., or 
Ventanas, Durango, Mex. 

[Not heard from.] 
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MANNING EMERY JR. 

Bom Cambridge, Masi,, Aug, 5, 1878. 

Parents Manning Emery, Maria Haven Dadd, 

School Brown and Nichols School, Cambridge, Momm. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees S.B,, 1900, 

Married Elizabeth Frances Bowditch, Framingham, Mass., 

Feb. 6, 1909. 
Children Elizabeth Perry, Feb. IS, 1910; Mary, May 7, 1912. 

Business Mill engineer. 

Address (home) 2 Toppan*8 Lane, Newburyport, Jfast. 

(business) Federal St., Newbvrypport, Mass. 

Since the last report I have become general manager of 
the American Textilose Co., a cotton and paper yam mill 
in Newburyport, Mass. 

DANA ESTES 

Bom Roxbury, Mass., Aug. 19, 1877. 

Parents Dana Estes, Louise Reed. 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Florence Estelle Dow, Evanston, III., Nov. 1, 1900. 

Children Elizabeth McLellan, March 22, 1905; Dana, Jr., 

March 6, 1910 (died July, 1914). 
Business Publisher. 

Address (home) 28 Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 58 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Estes adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



EDWIN EUSTON 

Bom St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 2, 1878. 

Parents Alexander Euston, Sophia Zane. 

School Smith Academy, St. Louis, Mo. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

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Married Elizabeth Richmond Semple, 8t, Louit, Mo., July 

2, 1901. 
Children Alexander, Nov. 2, 1902; Elmer Adam^, Oct. 20, 

1906. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 900 Clay Ave., Bcranton, Pa. 

(business) 500 Penn. Ave., Bcranton, Pa. 

Since leaving college I have been a manufacturer in 
several lines, and am now vice-president of Euston Process 
Company, Scranton, Pa., a company manufacturing white 
lead under a process of my invention. 

OWEN DAVID EVANS 

Bom Tounpstoum, Ohio, Nov. 20, 1876. 

Parents Roger Evans, Elizabeth Jane Jones, 

School Rayen High School. Toungstown, Ohio. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901. 

Married Annie Leora Jackson, Cambridge, Mass., June 26, 

1901. 
Children Roger Jackson, May 6, 1909; David Wendell, Dec 

12, 1904; Barbara Anne, June 5, 1906; Janet 

Elizabeth, March 31, 1911. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 55 Brooksdale Road, Boston, Mass. 

(business) High School of Commerce, Boston, 

Mass. 

Aftr graduating I taught five years in the Nichols School 
in Buffalo, then entered the Boston school system where I 
am in the midst of my tenth year of service. A six-week 
interim in 1905 at the Cambridge Manual Training School 
preceded my entering the Boston service. I have had 
pleasant and successful experience, and at present am head 
of the science department in the Boston High School of 
Commerce, and principal of the Girls' Evening Commercial 
High School. The work in the High School of Commerce 
where I come in contact with 1,400 very live boys and a 
great many business men, has pretty well removed the hair 

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from my head and the moss from my back. I have not 
accumulated any offices of honor or trust, just service on 
one committee after another in church, school, and club 
work, until I hardly have time to get acquainted with my 
own family. I have two fine boys and two fine girls, and 
the best wife in the world. Can't save any money, but 
manage to pay my debts. Every day brings a full twenty- 
four hours of work, sleep and fun, and I have no big worries 
and no regrets. Member: Boston City Club, Boston High 
School Masters' Club, Boston School Men's Club, Eastern 
Association of Physics Teachers, New England Association 
of Chemistry Teachers, Paneuil Improvement Association, 
Paneuil Men's Club. 



WILMOT ROBY EVANS JR. 

Born Everett, Mkis8., March 18, 1878. 

Parents Wilmot Roby Evans, Florence Fowler. 

School Everett High School, Everett, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Degrees LL.B, (Boston University), 1909. 

Married ^^e McPherson Kramer, Charleston, B. C, Dec. 18, 

1901. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) SI Hancock 8t., Everett, Mass. 

(business) 35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

In addition to what I reported for a former edition of the 
class report, I would say that I served an additional term in 
the Massachusetts Senate (making in aU three), during 
which time I was chairman of the joint committee on the 
judiciary. I am still a trustee of the Boston Five Cents 
Savings Bank, and a director in the Winthrop National 
Bank of Boston. Recently I was elected a director of the 
American Trust Company of Boston, and of the SufFolk Law 
School. Member : University Club of Boston, Japan Society 
of New York, Massachusetts Conveyancers Association, Son 
of the American Revolution, Masons. 

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WILLIAM PAINE EVERTS 

Bora Providence, R. J., Feb. -f, 1879. 

Parents William Wallace Everts, Elizabeth Paine. 

School Haverhill High School, Haverhill, Mats,, and Rox^ 

bury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees . A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1904. 

Married (first) Mary Elizabeth Fiske, Wakefield, Mass.^ 

July 15, 1908 (died March 1, 1912); (second) 

Elizabeth Stockwell, Minneapolis, Minn., Sept 

15, 1914. 
Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 41 Pilgrim Road, Boston, Mass. 

(business) 57 Equitable Building, Boston, Mass. 

I am still engaged actively in the practice of corporation 
law, associated with Robert M. Morse and Charles E. Hellier, 
and have been concerned in the organization and reorganiz- 
ation of a good many important corporations during the last 
few years. I am secretary and director of Bast Butte 
Copper Mining Co., This year Massachusetts is a suffrage 
campaign state and I am on the advisory committee of fifteen 
of the Massachusetts men's league for woman's suffrage. 
Member: Engineers' Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Boston 
City Club, Oakley Country Club. 

HERBERT LOUIS EWER 

Born Boston, Mass., Dec. 2S, 1877. 

Parents Alfred Ewer, Elsie Curtis. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1996-1900. 
Degrees AM., 1900. 

Married Louise P. Kittredge, Boston, Mass., Nov. S, 1907. 

Children Elizabeth, Jan. 5, 1909; John Curtis, Nov. 21, iWA 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 81 Spooner Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass^ 

(business) Framingham, Mass. 

As in a former return to our secretary I had stated I 
intended to study agriculture and mining in the University 

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of California after leaving Harvard in 1900, but not with 
the ultimate aim of engaging in either, except in connec- 
tion with the publishing of works on these subjects, I 
therefore went to Berkeley in the fall of 1900. I was 
obliged to return, however, almost at once, and entered 
the wool business in Boston that winter and, with the ex- 
ception of three years in an outside manufacturing busi- 
ness, remained in the wool business for about eleven years 
with the same firm. I have recently become the treasurer 
of a small manufacturing concern in Framingham. For 
three years I lived in Milton, Mass., and for the last five or 
six years at Chestnut Hill, Brookline. I have not travelled 
in foreign countries, except Canada, but have managed to 
see a fair portion of the United States, and I have not 
written any articles at all or held any political oflBlce as 
yet. I belong to one or two clubs in or near Boston. 

MARSHAL FABYAN 

Bom Brookline, Jf(M«., Feb, 17, 1879, 

Parents Cfeorge Francis Fahyan, UaheUa Francis Little- 

field, 

School Hale's School, Boston, Mess, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.,B„ 1900; M,D, cum laude, 1904, 

Married Eleanor Harrymnn McCormick, Baltimore, Md,, 

June S, 1908, 

Children Marshal, Jr„ Nov, 15, 1911; Eleanor Brooks, Oct. 

IS, 191S, 

Business Physician, 

Address (howre) S79 Comm^ntoealth Ave,, Boston, Mass, 

(business) Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass, 

On leaving college, I entered the Medical School, and 
was graduated in June, 1904. I was then an interne in the 
Massachusetts General Hospital for sixteen months. In 
1905 I served as an assistant resident physician in the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital under Dr. William S. Thayer. Another 
year was spent as assistant in the pathological department 
of this hospital under Dr. William H. Welch. Returning 

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to Boston, I worked in the department of comparative 
pathology of Harvard University under Dr. Theobald 
Smith for a year, when I married and spent about a year 
in continental travel. Since then I have lived in Boston 
and served in the department of comparative pathology as 
assistant and at present as instructor. I went abroad dur- 
ing the summers of 1910 and 1913. I am also interested in 
charitable work, taking an active* part in the Associated 
Charities. Am interested in the Navy T. M. C. A. in Charles- 
town. I have written several articles on bacteriological and 
pathological subjects. Member: Harvard Medical School 
Faculty, Massachusetts Medical Society, Aesculapian Club, 
Society of Bacteriologists and Pathologists, Harvard, St. 
Botolph and Union Clubs in Boston, Brookline Country 
Club, Maryland Club of Baltimore, Md. 

ANDREW MILLER PAIRLIE 

Born Olasgow, Scotland, Feh. 11, 1877. 

Parents James Mitchell Fairlie, Margaret 8imp9on 

Miller. 
School Duval High School Jacksonville, Fla. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mxiud Saunders Waring, Knoxville, Tenn., April 29, 

1909. 
Children Lillian Howard, Oct. 17, 191$. 

Business Chemist. 

Address Copperhill, Tenn. 

The third report for the class of 1900 contains a record 
of my work up to the year 1910. Since then I have been 
making sulphuric acid, and making sulphuric acid and 
making more sulphuric acid, from the waste fumes of the 
smelting furnaces of the Tennessee Copper Company, until 
now the output of the sour by-product is a train load of a 
dozen tank cars a day. In the latter part of 1910 I man- 
aged to develop a new method of controlling the process for 
making sulphuric acid, which has been adopted by the com- 
pany without loss. Early in 1913 I came down with pneu- 

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monia, and then was sent South for two months to recuper- 
ate. I have published no books, but have contributed numer- 
ous articles on chemical and metallurgical subjects, to the 
technical journals. I have written : Sulphuric Acid Tables 
copyrighted, (American Fertilizer Hand-Book, 1911), In- 
ternational Congress of Applied Chemistry : Its Significance 
to Agriculture and the Fertilizer Industry, (American 
Fertilizer, October 19, 1912), Pilot Tubes for the Measure- 
ment of Oas Velocities, (Journal Industrial and Engineer- 
ing Chemistry, July, 1914), The Sulphuric Acid Industry,. 
(American Fertilizer Hand-Book, 1914). Member: Ameri- 
can Chemical Society, Cowanee Club, Copperhill Lodge, No. 
656, P. and A. M. 

GEORGE PATRICK FALLON 

Bom Clinton, Mass,, March 19, 1878. 

Parents Patrick Henry Fallon, Mary Dempsey. 

School Clinton High School, Clinton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900. 

Business Teacher. 

Address ^1^ Bterlinp St., Clinton, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

FRANK CHAPMAN FARQUHAR 

Born Boston, Mass., Nov. 10, 1808. 

Parents Samuel Farquhar, Anna Laura Chapman, 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Married Elizabeth Cary, New York, N. Y., April S, 1906. 

Business Contractor. 

Address (home) 28 Sargent St., Newton, Mass. 

(business) 20 East St., Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Parquhar adds nothing to the above information.] 

DANIEL HADDOCK FARR 

Bom Sandusky, Ohio., Feb. 1, 1876. 

Parents William Wilberforce Farr, Helena Louisa Had^ 

dock. 

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DeLancev Bchooh Philadelphia, Pa. 

18971900. 

AM., 1900; AM., 1901. 

(first) Florence Zell Pagan, Philadelphia, Pa., June 
5, 1902 (died Jan. 21, 1904); (second) Adelaide 
Linton Jordan, Philadelphia, Pa., Jan, 10, 1907. 

Florence, Jan. S, 1904 (died Jan. 6, 1904); Adelaide, 
Jan. 9, 1908. 

Dealer in art objects. 

(home) 926 W. Mermaid Lane, Bt. Martinis, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

(business) 151S Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



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BomervUle, Mass., Dec 28, 18^6. 

Michael F. Farrell, Eliaaheth T. Farrell. 

Somerville Hiffh School, Somerville, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

Clara Helen Boyle, Boston, Mass., July 29^ 1919. 

Lawyer. 

(home) S7 Long Ave., Allston, Boston, Mass. 

(business) 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 



Attended Boston University Law School; admitted to bar 
in 1904 and have been practising law since at 8 Beacon Street,. 
Boston. 



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DERBY FARRINGTON 

Lowell, Mass., Oct. 9, 1878. 

Willis Farrington, Anna Sweetser. 

CHroton School, Chroton, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

AUce Miller Ram^dell, BuffoXo, N. T., Feb. 28, 1910.. 

EfUdency engineer. 

(home) 2 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. 

(buHness) 196 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

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For two years and a half, from June, 1903 to October, 
1905, I was connected with the engineering department of 
the New York Telephone Co. in New York City. The next 
two and a half years were spent in Colorado, part of the 
time on telephone work and part in field work in the service 
of a hydro-electric corporation. I came East in the spring 
of 1908 and in the fall of that year became associated with 
the International Steam Pump Co. of New York, with shops 
distributed through the East and Middle West. In 1913 
the affairs of the company were greatly affected by the 
approaching business depression, and I left them, returning 
to Boston where in the summer of 1913 I became connected 
with Willett, Sears and Co. My work has for some years 
been along the lines of shop and office efficiency and factory 
<;ost accounting. Member: New York Harvard Club, 
Union Boat Club, Boston. 



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Bora WoodvUle, Jfit*., Julv SI, 1807. 

Parents Rohert FarrU, Jeriah On$ley. 

Years in CoIleg« 1896-1897. 

Died Oct 1, 1910, in Bharon, Ma99. 



EDWARD HENRY FAY 

Bora Lynn, Mass., Sept. IS, 1876. 

Parents William Pickman Fay, Sarah Abbott. 

School Noble and Orenough School, Bo$ton, Man. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Married Jessie Merriam, Weston, Mnss., May 6, 190S. 

Children Edward Henry Jr., July 4, 1908; Abbott, Herbert 
(twins), Sept. n, 1911; Orafton, Nov. 10, 191S. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Wellesley HUls, Mass. 

[Mr. Fay adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

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GEORGE BENSON FENWICK 

Bom Chelsea, Mass., Nov, 16, 1877, 

Parents Joseph Benson Fentoick, Mary Alice Gutter, 

School Chelsea High School, Chelsea, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1^0. 

Degrees A,B., 1900; M,D„ 1904, 

Married Elsie Martin, Chelsea, Mass,, Nov, 4, 1914, 

Business Physician, 

Address 24 Gardner 8t, Chelsea, Mtiss, 

Entered Harvard Medical School in fall of 1900, gradu- 
ated in 1904; then spent two years as interne at Worcester 
City Hospital, since which time I have been engaged in the 
practice of medicine at Chelsea, Mass. I was unfortunately 
in the track of the Chelsea fire in 1908. Except for this 
and my marriage in 1914, my life has been uneventful. I 
have been chairman of the local Board of Health for several 
years, also secretary of the Anti-tuberculosis Association, 
member of the surgical staff of the R. S. Frost Hospital, 
member of the Board of U. S. Pension Examining Surgeons 
at Boston. Member: Massachusetts Medical Society, 
American Medical Association, Boylston Medical Society. 

Vobert (H)ennia) Bttbut fctgnson 

Bom Boston, Mass,, Feb, 12, 1877, 

Parents Hugh Ferguson, Theresa Morris, 

School English High School, Boston, Mass,, and Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees S,B„ 1900, 

Died ^oy S, 1911, in Evansville, Ind. 

Robert Dennis Arthur Ferguaon was accidentally drowned 
in the Ohio River at Evansville, Ind., on May 3, 1911. From 
college he went to Chicago Edison Company, which later be- 
came the Commonwealth Edison Company. There he re- 
mained until December, 1910. From draftsman, construction 
man, inspector of station construction and estimating engin- 

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eer, he rose to be special agent and then power agent of the 
company. In December, 1910, he went to Evansville, Ind., 
as assistant manager of the Evansville Gas and Electric 
Light Co., in charge of its contract department. An engin- 
eer and friend in the Commonwealth Edison Company writes 
of him as follows: **In the ten years which he spent with the 
Edison Company his ambition to do never wavered, and he 
equipped himself by intimate association with various depart- 
ments so that he was one of the most broadly experienced men 
in the company. He was just on the eve of a commission 
which undoubtedly would have brought him ample reward, 
when his labors were ended. He was an enthusiastic friend 
and a keen analyst of human nature, with a generous dis- 
cernment of all good points in all men." 

FLOYD FIELD 

Bom Salem, Ore., Dec. 19, 1879. 

Parents Dexter Field, Eliza Elizabeth Castety. 

School Academy of Willamette, Salem, Ore. 

Years in College 1898-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1902; A.B. (Willamette), 1897. 

Married (first) Lillian Rohlin, Cambridge, Ma$9., June 18, 

1901 (died ApHl 19, 191S); (second) Sarah CM- 
lette Henry, Atlanta, Oa., April 4* ^914* 

Children Barold Burt, April U, 1902; GUhert Roblin, July 

SO, 1904. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 91 Bryan St., Atlanta, Ga. 

(business) Cfeorgia Technology, Atlanta, Oa. 

The year following graduation found me in the Allen 
School for boys in West Newton, Mass., where I won my 
spurs as a pedagogue. The second year I married and 
again went to Harvard, where I took the degree M. A., but 
not before my wife had gotten the same degree and I the 
degree of P. A. My next experience of importance was in 
Pennsylvania State College where I taught the Dutch for 
one year, where one does not say, ** Beats the Dutch," for 
nothing can. I kept up my reputation of a rolling stone 

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the following year, going to Evanston, 111., as head of the 
mathematical department of Evanston Academy, where I 
remained three years, frequently visiting Chicago Univer- 
sity, and taking some advanced mathematical work there. 
On account of ill health of my eldest boy I changed location 
the summer of 1906, coming to Georgia Technology as in- 
structor. The second year I was promoted to assistant 
professor, the third year to acting head of department, 
the fourth year to professor and head of department which 
position I have held to the present. My boy recovered his 
health in Atlanta, and all went well until 1912-13, when 
we all removed to Cambridge where I took a year's work in 
advanced mathematics, being on leave of absence. While 
in Cambridge my wife died during April and I could not 
complete my year's work. Since then I have married 
again and the work is going on finely. Outside of my 
school work, which has been very successful, I have not 
done much except regular church work until during the 
past year, when I was elected as superintendent of the 
Sunday school of one of the largest Methodist churches in 
Atlanta. I have just closed up one of the greatest year's 
work of my life and the Sunday school has made a report 
which has astonished even myself. Am expecting greater 
things than this next year. I have written: A small 
pamphlet on Algebra and Geometry, used in Evanston 
Academy for two years. Member : American Mathematical 
Society. 

HERBERT HUXLEY FISKE 

Bom Cambridge, Mass,, Aug. 20, 1877. 

Parents John Fiske, Ahhy Morgan Brooks. 

School 8t. Mark's School, Southhorough, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Married Elizabeth Ayers French, California, Jan. 24, 190S. 

Children James Brooks, Nov. 26, 1909. 

Business Insurance broker. 

Address (home) Strathcona Hall, Charles River Road, Cam- 

bridge, Mass. 
(business) 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

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1900-1901, Employed in manufacturing; 1901-1902, Went 
to California and was employed as tutor during the winter 
of 1901-2; 1902-1906, Employed by the following railroads: 
Chicago Great Western, Atchison Topeka and Santa Pe, and 
the Pennsylvania Co. (lines West of Pittsburgh). During 
the summer of 1902 I entered the employ of the C. G. W. as 
surveyor; from that position I went to the freight depart- 
ment of the Atchison; from there I was advanced to the 
operating department. I served in that capacity until the 
summer of 1905, when a favorable offer took me to the 
treasury department of the Pennsylvania Co. at Pittsburgh. 
1906-1908, Employed by a cotton commission merchant in 
New York; 1908-1911, United States Indian service, 
stationed in Arizona, Northern and Southern California. 
Early in January, 1910, I was appointed superintendent of 
Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kansas, one of the non-reser- 
vation Indian industrial schools. That position I held until 
private business interests brought me East in the spring of 
1911. Since that time I have lived at Petersham, Mass.^ 
until January 1 of this year, when I formed an association 
with Messrs. Field and Cowles, underwriters, at 85 Water 
Street, Boston. 

ALBERT PARKER FITCH 

Bom Boston, M<is8,, Mnrch 6j 1877, 

Parents H£nry Hubbard Fitch, Elizabeth Anne Frances 

Fitch. 
School . Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Ma$i. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; 8.TJB. (Union Theological Beminary), 

1909; DJ). (Amherit College), 1909; DJ). fWih 

liams College), 19U. 
Married Flora May Draper. 

Business Minister. 

Address (home) 29 Follen St., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) Andover Theological Seminary, Fran^ 

cis Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

I have written: The College Course and the Preparation 
for Life (Houghton, MiflSin Co., October, 1914.) President 

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Andover Theolog^ical Seminary. Member: Harvard Club of 
Boston. 



CHARLES GALT FITZGERALD 

Bom Paris, France, Feb. 26, 1878. 

Parents Delano Btapleton Fitsgerald, Sartih Edwardi Jach- 

son. 
School "Belvidere, Belmont," Brighton, England, and 8t. 

PauVi School, Concord, N. H. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B,, 1900. 

Married Muriel Tuckerman, Ipstoich, Mass., June 26, 1902. 

Children Delano Jackson, April 6, 1904; Charles Tucker^ 

man, April 7, 1906. 
Business No special occupation. 

Address '*Esperanza,''* Garrison P. O., Maryland. 

Nothing much to add to 1910 report, save that in 1911 and 
1913 I spent two very enjoyable summers in Prance, Eng- 
land and Ireland. When this miserable war is over if there 
is anything left of Boulogne, — and I hope there may be, — I 
can most highly recommend it as a very pleasant watering 
place with a splendid beach on which children may play. My 
own youngsters benefited tremendously by both their visits, 
and I have yet to discover any place on our own coast which 
has done them so much good. Perhaps I should not make 
all this eulogy as Boulogne is only about three hours from 
Paris and my classmates' wives might prefer the latter. 
Member: Maryland Club, Baltimore; Baltimore Club, Balti- 
more ; Elk Bidge Pox Hunting Club, Woodbrook, Md. ; Green 
Spring Valley Hunt Club, Garrison, Md. ; Harvard Club of 
Maryland, Baltimore ; Harvard Club of New York; Delegate 
of Touring Club de Prance at Baltimore. 

HAROLD FITZGERALD 

Bom Brookline, JfVMt ., May 19, 1877. 

Parents Desmond Fit$sOerald, Elieaheth Parker Saiishury. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxhury, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees AM,, 1900. 

Married Eleanor Fitzgerald, QarrUon, N. Y., Oct. $, 190$ 

(died July 26, 1919). 
Children Eleanor, May 7, 1906; Desmond, June 16, 1910. 

Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 127 East 56th 8t., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 21 South WUliam St., Nev> York, N. Y. 

I travelled in Europe after graduation until the fall of 
1900, when I returned to Boston, ca^t my first presidential 
vote for McKinley and after election went into the oflSee 
of W. 0. Gay and Co., Boston. In 1902 I opened an office 
for that firm in New York, which necessitated my moving 
to New York, where I have lived ever since. On January 
1, 1904, 1 became a member of the firm of W. 0. Gay and Co., 
and on July 1, 1909, I retired in order to go into business 
with my brother-in-law, C. A. Van Rensselaer, under the firm 
name of C. A. Van Rensselaer and Co. and I am still in that 
firm. I was for a number of years on the election committee 
at the Harvard Club, N. Y. I was also interested in the 
Coney Island and Brooklyn R. R. for the period, 1905-1912, 
and during that time was vice-president of that company. 
I was in England this summer when the war broke out 
(1914), but was fortunately able to obtain passage home 
shortly after. My business also occasionally takes me to 
Cuba. In 1912 I went to California and had a pleasant 
sojourn on Teddy Howard's ranch with him. I might add 
that he is a much better shot and horseman than I 
am, which I suppose is more or less natural. Member: 
Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of Boston, 
Union Club of New York, Knickerbocker Club of New 
York, Rumson Country Club, Rumson, N. J. 

STEPHEN SALISBURY FITZGERALD 

Bom Brookline, Mass., Sept. 19, 1878. 

Parents Desmond FitzOerald, Elizabeth Parker Salisbury. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

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Degrees AJB., 1900; LLJB., 190S. 

Married AgneM Blake, Saranac, N, 7., Bept. 9, 190S. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) We9ton, Mau. 

OniHnesi) 87 Milk St., BoMton, Ma$M. 

[Not heard from.] 

JOHN EDWARD FITZPATRICK 

Bom Concord, Mats., April 18, 1878. 

Parents Joseph FitzPatrick, Elizabeth Jane Gately. 

School Concord High School, Concord, Ma$M. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Business Publisher. 

Address Longmans, Oreen and Co., 93^ East 2$d St., Chi- 
cago, III. 

[Mr. PitzPatrick adds nothing further to his previous 
report.] 

Jflcnrs Wbitind f laod 

Bom Boston, Mass., July S, 1877. 

Parents George Augustus Flagg, Fanny Jewett. 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900. 

Died Sept. SO, 1909, in Boston, Mass. 

[See note in Third Report.] 

DANIEL JOSEPH FLAHERTY 

Bom Lowell, Mass., April It, 1877. 

Parents PatHck Flaherty, Catherine Johnson. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Address i^O Walker St., Lowell, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 
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JOHN FLANDERS 

Bom Mt. Vernon, N. Y., April 22, 1878. 

Parents John Flanders, Sarah Abbie Paine. 

School Montpelier High School, Montpelier, Vt 
Years in CoUege 1896.1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Merchant. 

Address West Topsham, Vt. 

[Not heard from.] 

WILLIAM BLAIR McCLURE FLANDRAU 
(formerly William Blair Flandrau) 

Bom St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 1, 1875. 

Parents Charles Eugene Flandrau, Rebecca Blair McOlure. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Married Grace Hodgson, St. Paul, Aug. 21, 1909. 

Business Coffee planter. 

Address S85 Pleasant Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Since I became a coffee planter in Mexico, I have spent 
most of my time on my hacienda in the state of Vera Cruz, 
with occasional trips to the United States in summer. The 
revolutions that have been going on in Mexico for several 
years now, and the chaotic condition caused by them have all 
but destroyed agricultural and busineiss activities in that 
country, and although I have recently (1915) made several 
trips to the City of Vera Cruz, I have not been able to reach 
my plantation, constantly surrounded, as it is, by the swarms 
of bandits and murderers that for so long have been en- 
couraged and aided by the present administration at Wash- 
ington. I have written: Several articles oh Mexico for "The 
Bellman." 

GEORGE WATSON FLEMING 

Bom Fairmont, W. Va., Nov. 17, 1874. 

Parents A. R, Fleming, Caroline Watson. 

School Local school, Fairmont, W. Va. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married DorU M. UnderhUh TonkerM, N. T„ Dec 5, 1906. 

Business Coal operator. 

Address (home) Vanderhilt Hotel, Park Ave. and Sith Bt^ 

Neto York, N. T. 
fbusiness) U \7all St., New York, N. Y. 

Member: Maryland Club, Baltimore, Md.; Baltimore 
Country Club, Roland Park, Md.; Baltimore Yacht Club^ 
Baltimore, Md.; Blkridge Fox Hunting Club, Woodbrook> 
Md.; Fairmont Country Club, Fairmont, W. Va.; Society 
Sons of the Revolution. 



RALPH FOLKS 

Bom Hanover, Mich., April S, 1878. 

Parents Jamei Folks, Esther Woodruff. 

School Hanover High School, Hanover, Mich. 

Years in CoUege 1898^1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; S.B. (Albion, Mich,), 1898. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 1080 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 27 WUliam St., New York, N. Y. 

Ralph Folks was nominated and elected for three successive 
terms to the Board of Aldermen of New York, N. Y. He 
resigned on January 1, 1914, and was appointed secretary of 
the Borough of Manhattan. On March 1, 1913, he resigned 
as secretary and was appointed first deputy commissioner of 
public works of the Borough of Manhattan. In 1914 he was 
one of the two organizers of ** Safety First" in Greater New 
York. He is chairman of the Citizens Central Committee on 
Markets of the Borough of Manhattan. He has been active 
in the work of the Charity Organization Society, tiie Legal 
Aid Society, the City Club, and the National Board of Censor- 
ship. 

ALANSON FOLLANSBEE 

Bom Chicago, III., July 7, 1878. 

Parents George Alanson Follansbee, Susan Dana Davis^ 

School Hotchkiss School, LakevUle, Conn. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900 (1901). 

Married Emmeline Wood BelUu, Chicago, m., Dec 7, 1904. 

Business Bond broker. 

Address (home) 195 Willow St., Winnetka, HI. 

(husineis) 1S7 South LaSalle St., Cfhioago, III. 

I have been in the bond business since leaving college and 
I am a member of the firm of FoUansbee and Co., Chicago. 



HARRY CHARLES FOLSOM 

Bom Oakland, Me., June 4, 1872. 

Parents Charles Wittiam FoUom, Laura Ann Hallett. 

School We8t1>rook Seminary, Portland, Me. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AJS. (Tufts College), 1896. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (horns) Oakland, Me. 

(husinei8) Greenwich, Conn. 

My degree of A.B. was first obtained at Tufts in 1895. 
The four following years were spent in teaching at West- 
brook Seminary, Portland, Maine, where I had prepared for 
college. The year 1899-1900 was spent in study at Harvard, 
where I received the A.B. in June. From 1900 to 1907 I 
was principal of the high school at South Manchester, Conn., 
from 1907-1913 at Danbury, Conn. Since September, 1913, 
I have been principal at Greenwich, Conn. 

HARRY KENDALL FOOKS 

Bom Laurel, Del., Aug. 9, 1877. 

Parents Daniel James Fooks, Rebecca Amelia DaihieTU. 

School Conference Academy, Dover, Del. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; A.B. (Dickinson), 1899. 

Married (first) Alma Jackson Horsey, Laurel, Del., July 28, 

1906 (died Feb. 20, 1911); (second) Nan Silver 
Kenney, Laurel, Del., Feb. 9, 1914. 

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Children Alma, Jan. 19, 1915, 

Business AgriculturUt, 

Address Laurel, Del, 

Since leaving college I have devoted mjBelf entirely to 
business and farming. In 1912 I was candidate on the Re- 
publican ticket for lieutenant-governor, but was defeated. 



CHARLES STEWART FORBES 

Bom Shanghai, China, Nov. 12, 1877. 

Parents Francis Blackioell FarbeM, Isabel Clark. 

School Uppingham School, England. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degress A.B„ 1900. 

Business Journalist, 

Address (home) IH Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
(business) 171 Tremont St,, Boston, Mass. 

When I last wrote an account of my life for liie decennial 
report I was engaged in the intellectual occupation of raising 
chickens, a pursuit which I shortly afterwards abandoned in 
favor of the equally profitless one of newspaper work. In 
1910 I was admitted to the staff of the Boston Herald, and 
after doing a few odd jobs of a more or less useless character 
for about a year and a half, my great artistic talents were 
finally recognized, and I was put in supreme command of the 
pictorial section of the Sunday Herald. A little later, when 
brother F. W. Buxton, 1900, decided to leave the Herald and 
seek real riches elsewhere, I inherited a comer of his Sunday 
editorial shoes which he had so conspicuously filled for years. 
Since then I have been instructing and delighting millions of 
the American public with beautiful rotogravure sections 
and thrilling weekly war pictorials. By way of passing com- 
ment, I might mention the fact that since joining the Herald, 
the circulation of that journal has more than doubled, a 
happy result which may be attributed entirely to my efforts. 
This closes my career to date. I am sorry that I have no 
more details of my life that would be of value to the vast 

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majority of the class who have never yet heard of me. In 
closing I respectfully suggest to the editors of this publica- 
tion that they take a leaf out of the Congressional Record, 
which I think is the nearest competitor to these reports for 
bright, lively reading. A judicious sprinkling of *' Leave to 
Print" among the more barren lives of our class would, I 
think, greatly enhance the value of this book as a work of 
permanent literary value. In my case I should request some 
such ''leave to print" as follows: **Por further details of 
the career of C. S. Forbes refer to subjoined extracts from 
the lives of Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great, Napoleon and 
Oeorge Washington • • •" P. S. I have lost almost all 
my hair. Member : Y. M. C. A., Boston ; Tavern Club, Bos- 
ton ; Tennis and Racquet Club, Boston ; Eastern Yacht Club, 
Longwood Cricket Club, Harvard Club of New York. 

ROGER SAWYER FORBES 

Bom We8thoro\ Mass., Oct 24, 1878. 

Parents John Perkins Forbes, Maria Almy Sawyer. 

' School PhUHps Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; S.TJS., 1909. 

Married Angeline Low, Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. IS, 1907. 

Children John Low, July SO, 1908; Nathaniel Frothingham, 

May »9, 1911; Eleanor, Jan. SI, 191S. 
Business Minister. 

Address 60 Virginia 8i., Boston, Mass. 

Minister of the First Parish in Dedham from 1903-1908. 
Minister of the First Parish in Dorchester since 1908. 
Member: Harvard Club of Boston. 

Xawtence Carter f orman 

Born Staten Island, N. T., Dec. 28, 1878. 

Parents George Van Syckle Forman, Martha Carter, 

School Heathcote School, Buffalo, N. T, 

Years in CoUegc 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died Mnrch 11, 1901, in Marietta, Ohio. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 
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MARTIN MOORE POSS 

Bom Lewiaton, Me,, June S, 1878. 

Parents BavUlian Fuller Fo98, Nellie Moore. 

School Thornton Academy, 8aco, Me, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900. 

Married Elizabeth Bhoade* Kendalh Wofkuton, Jfott^ Nov. 

29, 1900. 
Children Kendall, Jan. 24, 1904; Roger, Aug. 16, 1906. 

Business Publisher, 

Address (home) Shippan Point, Conn, 

(buHneu) 2S9 West 99th 8t,, New York, N. Y. 

I have been in the publishing business all of the time, first 
with The Baker and Taylor Company, New York, until 
January, 1907, then as manager of the Hill Publishing 
Company's book department, and am now secretary of the 
McGraw-Hill Book Company, publishers of engineering 
and scientific books. My own writing has been confined to 
occasional magazine articles. Member: The Players, En- 
gineers' Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Stamford Yacht 
Qub. 

EDWARD STRATTON FOSTER 

Bom Amherst, Mass,, July 28, 1878. 

Parents Oeorge Wallace Foster, Jennie Elizabeth Btratton. 

School Boston Latin and Roxbury Latin Schools, Boston, 

Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees AJS„ 1900, 

Married Katharine Olover Larrabee, Boston, 1902. 

Children Elizabeth, March SO, 1906; George Wallace, 2d, 

Dec, 24, 1904; Katharine Larrabee, June 16, 
1906; Josephine Glover, Feb. 11, 1914. 

Business Retailer of ladies' cloaks and suits. 

Address (home) 92 Oolberg Ave., West Roxbury, Mass. 

(business) 494 Washington Bt, Boston, Mass. 

On leaving college I went into business with my father 
in Boston, and am still at the same game. We conduct a 
moderate size specialty shop, dealing in ladies' and misses' 

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coats, suit, dresses, furs and waists at 494 Waskington 
Street in the heart of the retail district. I was married in 
1902 and lived in Brookline for several years, but now 
seem to be settled in West Eoxbury, where we have lived 
the last eight years. My chief recreations are golf and 
squash racquets, at either of which I should enjoy having 
a contest with any classmate. Member: Harvard Club of 
Boston, Harvard Club of New York, Woodland Golf Club, 
Norfolk Golf Qub, Highland Qub of West Boxbury. 



1ticbat& TRIlellB foster 

Bom Canton, Ma$9^ Oct. 27, 1878. 

Parents John Rich Fater, Delia Alma WelU. 

School 8t, Marl^i School, Bouthboro, Ma$i. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Died Sept. 1, 1908, in Cottage City, Ma$9. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



HENRY HEYWOOD POX 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., March H, 1880. 

Parents Jahez Fox, Susan Eligabeth Thayer. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Ma9$. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; S.B., 190*. 

Married EUeabeth Oorham Roper, Pelham Manor, N. T., 

Nov. 27, 1906. 
Children Eleanor, Oct. 1, 1908; Heywood, June 22, 1911; 

David Thayer, April 22, 19U (died June 5, 

l^W. 
Business Engineer. 

Address (hom^) 414 Monterey Ave., Pelham Manor, N. T. 

(buHness) 11 Broadway, New York, N. T. 

Was employed by Turner Construction Company in the 
fall of 1904 after receiving S. B. degree. Was superintend- 

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ent of construction until May, 1908, since then estimating 
engineer. Member: Harvard Oub, Pelham Country Club, 
The Country Club, Westchester, New York City, American 
Economic Association. 

HsBc f tanR 

Born Baltimore, Md., July S, 1879. 

Parents Momcm Daniel Frank, Caroline Adler. 

School Sachs* Cottegiaie In$titute, Ngw York, HT. T. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B.,1900. 

Died Feb. 1, 1901, in Cambridge, Mas: 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 
CLARE EDWIN FRAUNFELTER 



Bom Canal Fulton, Ohio, June 16, 18Tt. 

Parents James Fraunfelter, Katherine Rose1>erry. 

School Wmiston Academy, Ecsihampton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees AM., 1900; BM. (University of Chicago), 190i; 

MJ>. (Bush College), 1904. 
Married Julia Hurxthol, Redlands, CaL, Sept. H, 190k. 

Children James Frederick, April 20, 1907; John Surmthoh, 

July H, 1909. 
Business Physician and surgeon. 

Address i95 Market Ave., South, Canton, Ohio. 

Went from Cambridge to Bush Medical College, where I 
was graduated in 1904. Returned to Canton, Ohio, and 
started practising medicine and have been here ever since* 
Have taken post-graduate work in New York. Am 
pediatrician to Aultman Hospital and past secretary and 
president of Canton Medical Society. Member: Masonic^ 
K of P., Canton Medical Society, Stark Country Medical 
Society, Ohio State Medical Society, Academy of A. M. A. 

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JACOB POOL FREEMAN 

Bom PofoelUville, N. C, Feb. 20, 1871. 

School Shato Univenity, Raleigh, If. O. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Address Unknown. 

[Not heard from.] 

HARRY ABRAHAM FREIBERG 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, July IS, 1878. 

Parents Joseph Freiberg, Amelia Freiberg. 

School Franklin School, Oincinnati, Ohio. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899, 

Degrees A.B„ 1900. 

Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 751 Greenwood Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

fbu8ine88) Dalton and Findlay Ave*., Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 

About a year after leaving college I engaged in the 
manufacture of machinery, returning end of 1900 to Har- 
vard to get my degree of A.B. having taken the four years' 
course in three, (much to my sorrow since). After being 
in the machinery business about a year and a half I started 
in the lumber business, and after about a year and a half 
of that I started the Freiberg Lumber Co., and have been 
president of that company ever since. My first few years 
in the lumber business were spent in travelling through 
Mexico in quest of mahogany, and also through the hard- 
wood markets of this country. In later years I have been 
going abroad, looking after the purchase of foreign woods 
and foreign business, and returned from there this summer, 
just when the war started. Have built a mill and veneer 
plant in pursuit of the lumber business, and this, as well 
as my numerous travels takes up all my time and keeps me 
well employed. Member: University Club of Cincinnati, 
Losantiville Golf Club of Cincinnati, Harvard Club of Cin- 
cinnati, Business Men's Club of Cincinnati, Cincinnati 
Gymnasium and Athletic Club, Avon Lodge Masons. 

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HAROLD LINDOL FRENCH 

Bom Clinton, Mass., Bept 2, 1879, 

Parents CharleM Lindol French, Nella Burleigh, 

School High School, Clinton, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896^1900, 

Degrees A.B„ 1900; AM,, 1901; LLJS,, 190S, 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 271 High 8t,, Clinton, Mass. 

(business) 5S State 8t,, Boston, Mass. 

I studied law at the Harvard Law School during the 
three years following graduation, getting my law degree 
in 1903. I then practised law in Worcester and Clinton for 
three years, when I switched to Boston where I have since 
plugged along happily, being associated with the firm of 
Myers and Brooks. 

EDGAR FRIEDLANDER 

Bom Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec, 19, 1877. 

Parents Abraham Joseph Friedlander, Lisette Friedman, 

School Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Business Stock and bond broker. 

Address (home) 678 OhoUon Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(business) First National Bank Building, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 

Still selling stocks and bonds to the idle rich and others, 
and giving away expert ( ?) opinions anent the stock market 
which are usually wrong. Member: Queen City Club, Busi- 
ness Men's Club, Phoenix Club, Cincinnati Gymnasium, Boat 
Club, Losantiville Country Club. 

ARTHUR SUMNER FRIEND 

Bom Milwaukee, Wis., May 2S, 1879. 

Parents Isaac Friend, Carrie Straus. 

School B. D. High School and MHwauMee LoHm Bdhool, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees AM., 1900; LLJB., iPOt. 

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Married Fanny HartB, Cleveland, Ohio, April 6, 1910. 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) Hotel Belleclaire, Broadway a$UL 77th Bt.^ 

New York, N. T. 
(husinesi) 40 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. 

[Mr. Friend adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



ARTHUR NEGUS FULLER 

Bom Deer/leld, Mass., May 1, 1879. 

Parents George Fuller, Agnes Gordon Higgin$on, 

School Roxhury Latin School, Roxlmry, Ma$s. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Landscape painter. 

Address Deerfleld, Mass. 

On leaving college I went to New York to study painting 
at the Art Students League, taking part in the management 
and for two years being its president. Since that time I have 
been back and forth between New York and the country pur- 
suing the peaceful calling of a landscape painter, which con- 
sists to a great extent in hard thoughts about dealers, wishing 
you were one, and telling the other fellow what you think 
about arty while avoiding what he has to say on the subject. 
I have recently become interested in the establishment of an 
inn at the top of the Mohawk Trail, where 1900 men who care 
to wander on the trail of the wily but extinct savage, will find 
reserved for them a place by the fire. 

BENJAMIN APTHORP GOULD FULLER 

Bom Brookline, Mass., March 9, 1879. 

Parents Horace Williams Fuller, Emily Oorham Carter. 

School Roxhury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1902; PhJ)., 1906; BjSfc (0» 

ford), 1906. 
Business Instructor in philosophy, Harvard University. 

Address (home) *Tween Waters, Bherhom, Mass. 

(Imsiness) Harvard University, CamlMridge, MasK 

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The eighteen months immediately following upon my 
graduation I spent in part in Europe, in part in the Harvard 
Graduate School. Prom April, 1902, till June, 1904, I was 
at Christ Church, Oxford. I returned to Harvard in the 
autumn and re-entered the Graduate School where I 
worked for the next two years. I went over again in the 
meantime to Oxford, in June, 1905, to take my degree of 
B.Sc. The following June I received the degree of Ph.D. 
from Harvard. Since then I have been first an assistant 
and then an instructor in philosophy at the University, save 
for an interval of three years (1910-1913), the first of 
which I spent in going round the world, the second in 
studying in Paris and Rome and in travelling in Greece, 
and the third in work in the Graduate School, and a trip 
to the West Indies, Panama and Venezuela. 

Ten years ago, immediately on my return from England, 
I bought a farm at Sherborn, Mass. where I still live. My 
summers I am apt to spend in Europe, though I plan always 
to return in time for the drag-hunting which is far and 
away my favorite sport. Of late, however, I have set up 
a small pack of beagles of my own and get a lot of pleasure 
out of running rabbits with them on foot. I have held from 
time to time some minor official position, such as tree 
warden, trustee of the Public Library, and trustee of Sawin 
Academy, now become the High School of the town. I have 
written: The Problem of Evil in Plotinus, (Cambridge, 
Eng., University), philosophical articles from time to time. 
Member: Union Club of Boston, Harvard Club of Boston, 
Harvard Club of New York, Norfolk Hunt Qub, Royal 
Geographical Society, London. 

GERALD FENNELL FURLONG 

Bom 8t, John, N, B., May 17, 1879. 

Parents Thomas Joseph Furlong, Kate Mary FenneU. 

School 8t Mary*8 College, Montreal, P, Q. 

Years in CoUegc 1896-1901. 

Degrees A.B., 1901. 

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Business Captain and PaywHutert t4th BattalUm Tidoria 

Ri^$, Canadian Bwpeditionary Force. 
Address 978 VnUm St., 8t. John, N. B. 

To find out what sort of a life I have lived since leaving 
coUege I had to refer to my letter in the decennial volume, 
and my actions and life appear as follows : In order to get 
a degree of some kind I was compelled to transfer from 
the Scientific School, thereby losing the chance for my de- 
gree of S. B., and I entered on my studies for an A. B. in 
September, 1900, and in February, 1901, they had enough 
of me and said a degree would be sent me in a package oi' 
some kind, some time in June, which indeed did happen. 
I spent my time between February and July in making both 
ends meet by soliciting advertising, and also acting as 
private secretary to a Boston gentleman. 

In July, 1901, I joined the selling forces of the Library 
Bureau, learning to teach others how to systematize busi- 
nesses and in November, 1901, I was delegated to tell the 
English public all about it. England sheltered me and 
fed me for nearly three years and in May, 1904, I sailed for 
Boston. A short stay in Boston and I came to Montreal 
and opened a branch for the Library Bureau. I remained 
with this firm for four years then stepped into the financial 
world and served my time with several different firms, 
ending up with going into business for myself. My career 
was short as the financial business had a couple of bad 
years, and I returned to my original yearning for something 
mechanical and up to August of this year was selling motor 
ears for Vickers, Limited, an English firm. August 7th 
my regiment was called out for active service, and since 
then have been on picket duty, but now have volunteered 
for overseas duty, and when this gets into print will be 
across the ocean serving my king and country. I am going 
with my regiment, 24th Battalion Victoria Rifles of Canada, 
as captain and paymaster. Member: University Club, 
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HOYT STODDARD GALE 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 9, 1876. 

Parents George Rodney CMe, Helen Jf arid Richard$on. 

School Central High School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Years in CoUege 18961902. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; B.B., 1902. 

Married Almira Miller, CamtMriOge, Mats., June 18, 1902. 

Children Hoyt Rodney, Aug. 1, 1904. 

Business Oeologist. 

Address (home) 9802 Jocelyn Bt, N. W., Washington, D. O^ 

(husine$$) ISSO F St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

I have little to add to the account given in former 
editions of our class history. I am still in government 
service, geologist in the United States Geological Survey'. 
I have devoted my efforts particularly to the non-metallifer- 
ous mineral deposits of our country, including particularly 
such subjects as mineral phosphates, the search for a source 
of potash in this country, and for nitrate salts, and have 
given attention especially to such materials as magnesite 
and borax, or rather the ores and deposits from which they 
are obtained. This work has lately taken me to the States of 
Nevada and California. I have added a number of pub- 
lished reports to my list whose particular titles would not 
be of general interest, but I would be glad to send copies 
to anyone finding anything that may attract his attention 
in the subjects mentioned above. I am a member of the 
Washington Academy of Sciences, the Geological Society of 
Washington, the National Geographic Society, and a few 
clubs. 

Medlei? 5obnBon GatDnet 

Bom Plainfleld, N. J., Jan. SO, 1877. 

Parents In$ley Boice Gardner, Anna Eliaaheth Bellis. 

School Private tutor and Helena High School, Helena^ 

Mont. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.F. (Yale University), 1903. 

Died «^tine 15, 1906, in Washington, D. O. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 
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Cbatled GatlanD 

Born St. Loui$, Mo., Nov. 29, 1879. 

Parents James Sanhom Oarland, Katherine Hotoard. 

School Concord Home School, Concord, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B.,1900. ^ 

Died May 15, 1904, in Concord, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

RHODES ANTHONY GARRISON 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 6, 1877. 

Parents George Thompson Garrison, Annie Keene Anthony, 

School Newton High School, Newton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees A^., 1900. 

Married Marianne Gaehrecke, Boston, Mass., May 2, 1908. 

Children Ritchie, Feb. 5, 1911 (died April 8, 1915). 

Business Bond salesman. 

Address (home) 181 Pine Ridge Road, Wdban, Mass. 

(business) 55 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Having finished the prescribed number of courses in three 
years, I went to work at the end of the junior year, accept- 
ing a position as messenger with the Bay State Trust Co., 
Boston. After four months I resigned to accept a position 
with N. W. Harris and Co., bankers, with whom I am still 
connected. I lived at West Newton, Mass., until my marriage 
in 1908 when we removed to Waban, Mass. (part of Newton). 
Here I am still happily living the suburban life, carr3ring out 
bundles, cutting the grass, etc. For recreation I have enjoyed 
canoeing, river skating, mountain climbing and walking. 
Baseball still finds me in an occasional game, but tennis has 
become my great standby. Member: Waban Tennis Courts, 
Beacon Club of Waban, Waban Improvement Society. 

ELIJAH HOWARD GEORGE 

Bom Maiden, Mass., June 19, 1877. 

Parents Elijah (George, Susan Tirginia Howard. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

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Years in CoUeg« 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B,, 1900; LL^., 190S. 

Married Engenia Plurnly, Philadelphia, Pa,, June t, 191$. 

Business Investment banker. 

Address (home) 25 West Cedar Bt., Boston, Mass. 

(Imsiness) SI State Bt., Boston, Mass. 

After graduating from college I spent three years at the 
Harvard Law School, graduating therefrom in 1903. I then 
went to the office of Oaston, Snow and Saltonstall, where I 
remained for three years as a clerk. Then I entered the 
employ of Stone and Webster of Boston, as head of their 
corporation department and remained there for nearly five 
years. In 1911, I left Stone and Webster and went into the 
investment banking business on my own account, under the 
name of E. Howard George and Co. Last May I consoli- 
dated my business with that of Durell and Co., and the firm 
is now known as Durell, George and Co., with offices at 
31 State Street, Boston. During 1906-07-08 I served in the 
Common Council of the City of Boston, which is the only 
public office I have ever held. Member: Eastern Yacht 
Club, Exchange Club, Union Boat Club, Boston City Club, 
Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of New York, 
Harvard Travellers Club, Harvard Musical Association, 
Economic Club. 

ROBERT LIVINGSTON GERRY 

Bom New York, N. T., May SI, 1877. 

Parents Elhridge Thomas Gerry, Louisa Matilda Living^ 

ston. 

School Cutler's School, New York, N. Y.; then tutored. 

Years in CoUegc 1896-1900. 

Married Cornelia Harriman, New York, N. Y., March S, 

1908, 

Children Elhridge Thomas, 2d, Nov, 22, 1908; Robert Liv- 

ingston, Jr., Dec. 6, 1911; Edward, April 7, 19H; 
Henry, April 8, 19U. 

Business Real estate broker. 

Address (home) Newport, R, L 

(business) 258 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

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After leaving college I entered the firm of Strong, 
Stnrgis and Co., brokers, 20 Broad Street, New York, as 
a derk and remained for six months. In the fall of 1901 
I entered the real estate firm of E. A. Cruikshank Co., since 
changed to Cmikshank Co., Inc., 141 Broadway, New York 
City, where I remained for several years. I am now a di- 
rector of the company. After learning the real estate busi- 
ness I was placed in charge of my father's business inter- 
ests, consisting largely of real estate and have remained in 
charge ever since. 

ARTHUR SCOTT OILMAN 

Born Oamhridge, Mas9., Oct. 26, 1879. 

Parents Arthur GUman, Stella Scott. 

School Braume and NichoU School, Oamlnridge, Jfott. 

Years in CoUege 1896^899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Anna C. Brown, New York, N. T., Aug. 6, 1908. 

Children Margaret, Aug. 19, 1904; Rhoda, Dec 8, 1907. 

Address 49 Hawthorn St., Cambridge, Moms. 

[Not heard from.] 

CHARLES SCATO OILMAN 

Bom Laconia, N. H., May 7, 1879. 

Parents George Parsons GUman, Agnes LantMius-Beninga. 

School Belmont High School, Belmont, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B,, 1900. 

Married Florence M. Gilman, Providence, R. I., Sept. 80, 

1908, 
Business Journalist. 

Address Bridgeport Standard, Bridgeport, Conn. 

[Mr. Gilman adds nothing to the above information.] 

JAMES LEMONT OIVAN 

Bom Harboursvitte, N. S., Sept. tl, 1871. 

Parents James Givan, Hannah Lemont. 

School Private tutor. 

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Years in College 1896-1897. 
Business Teacher. 

Address International Correspondence BchooU, Soranton, 

Pa. 

[Not heard from.] 

JOHN MONTFICHET GLIDDEN JR 

Born Boiton, Mass., May 22, 1877. 

Parents John Murray Olidden, Anna Warren, 

School Bt. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Orace Adelaide Borland, Providence, R. L, June 1, 

1907. 
Business Farmer. 

Address Netooastle, Me. 

Upon leaving college I went into a bank and I have never 
been able to go very far away from one since. I then went 
into the real estate business with the firm of Wm. P. Beal 
and Co., at 50 State Street, Boston. After buying and selling 
a large part of the city of Boston, including its suburbs, I 
retired from active business in Massachusetts and entered the 
Union Safe Deposit and Trust Company of Portland, Maine, 
which I attempted to move to New York City. Finding I 
could not move the Trust Company, I removed myself. I 
then went in for farming, speculation and politics. I have 
grown all kinds of ''things," including many hunting dogs 
and horses, crops and potatoes, and have decided that getting 
**back to the soil" is just what you don't want to do. I have 
played politics successfully and unsuccessfully. I have 
bought and sold almost every kind of property except slaves 
and would sell them ** short" if there were any takers. I am 
now actively engaged in the development of real estate and 
am having good luck. I have not as yet **set the world on 
fire" but carry large fire insurance because I know that if 
I don't need it in this world I may in the next. Member: 
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Bylvania, Society of Colonial Wars of the State of Maine, 
Alna Lodge, Free Masons, Lincoln Lodge Knights of Pythias, 
The Maine Grange, Maasasoit Tribe of Bed Men, Cumberland 
Club of Portland, Maine, Portland Country Club, Harvard 
Club of Maine, Boston Athletic Association, Harvard Club 
of Boston, Harvard Club of New York, Paul Jones Club of 
New York, Union Club of New York, Brunswick Fox Hound 
Club, Church Club of Maine, Maine Historical Society, 
Lincoln County Historical Society ; Associate member of the 
Grand Army of the Republic. 

SAMUEL PEARSON GODDARD 



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8t Louis, Mo., Nov. 4, 1877. 


Parents 


Joseph Warren Goddard, Maria Pearson. 


School 


Smith Academy, 8t. Louis, Mo. 


Years in College 


1896-1900. 


Degrees 


A.B., 1900. 


Married 


Florence Hilton Denham, Maiden, Mass., Sept. tl, 




1904. 


Children 


Sarah Paige, Jan. 9, 1912. 


Business 


Merchant. 


Address 


(home) 6441 Cecil Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 




fbusiness) 415 South 7th St., St. Louis, Mo. 



Married ten years, with a daughter of three. Smooth face ; 
very little hair, even on my bead. Wholesale grocer, doing 
research work in the watering of dried apples and putting 
undetectably the maximum amount of sand in sugar. Have 
held no public oflfices. Just a trustee of the Unitarian church. 
Am much interested in getting a civic chorus of two hundred 
mixed voices through a first year of trials. In fact I am 
just a plain merchant, interested in everything and every- 
body. Member : City Club of St. Louis, Algonquin Golf Club, 
Missouri Athletic Association, Harvard Club of St. Louis. 

EDWARD ELDREDGE GOODHUE 

Bom Pomfret, Conn., Feb. 9, 1876. 

Parents Charles WeUs Ooodhue, Helen Orosvenor Bldridge. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

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Years in CoU«ge 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900. 

Business Naval officer. 

Address (home) 106 East 74th St., New York, N. 7. 

(business) Care of Navy Department, Washington, 
D. C. 

What I told in 1910 of my life and wanderings sinee 
leaving college is still true. During my present sea duty 
my travels have been confined to different parts of the 
Atlantic Ocean. Under our ** watchful waiting" policy at 
home the Gulf of Mexico has become an unpopular summer 
and winter resort for the U. S. Navy. I am writing this 
from Tampico, Mexico, where I expect to spend the winter. 
Last year I was in Vera Cruz. Member: University Club 
of Boston, Harvard Club of New York. 

CHARLES WILBUR GOODRICH 

Bom Leominster, Mass., July H, 1878. 

Parents Wilbur Francis Goodrich, Mary Euphemia Male- 

man. 
School SomerviUe Latin Bchool, Somerville, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; AJi., 1901. 

Married Esther Bophronia Putnam, Fitchburg, Mass., June 

rt, 1905. 
Business Instructor in chemistry and physics. 

Address (home) SS Linden St., Waltham, Mass. 

(business) WdltJMm High School, Waitham, Mass. 

After graduation I went to Holyoke, Mass., as a teacher 
of science in the High School. At Holyoke I taught physiol- 
ogy, physiography, and chemistry. In 1904 I became head 
of the department of science in the Waltham High School. 
I am at Waltham at the present time and my work consists 
in teaching chemistry and physics. In 1909 and 1910 I was 
secretary of the New England Association of Chemistry 
Teachers, and in 1911 I was vice-president of the same 
association. Member: New England Association of 
Chemistry Teachers. 

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ARTHUR MINOT GOODRIDGE 

'Bom Cambridge, Mosm., Dec. 5, 1876. 

Parents CfMrles Frederick Goodridge, Emma Bparraw 

Smith. 
School Cambridge Latin Schooh Cambridge, Moms, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Business Band BcOesman. 

.Address (home) 1706 MatsachusetU Ave., Cambridge, Mau. 

(bu9ine$$) 15 State St., BoHon, Mass. 

After a few months' travel in Europe in the summer and 
fall of 1900 I went to work as a messenger in the office of 
Foote and French, bakers. Since 1902 I have been with 
the banking house of Bstabrook and Co. For the last ten 
years I have been selling bonds in Boston for this house. 
Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Oakley Country Club, 
Union Boat Club, Cambridge Boat Club, Skating Club of 
Boston. 

JAMES BANCROFT GORE 



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Degrees 

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Children 
Business 
Address 



Aubumdale, Maas., July 5, 1879. 

Theodore Woodman Core, Clara Lucinda Bancroft. 

Newton High School, Newton, Mats. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

Georgia Althea Sarchet, Laurel, Mont., April 18, 

1011. 
George, April SO, 1912; Lucia, July 15, 19U. 
A88i8tant in department of metallurgy, 
(home) 911 A West Silver St., Butte, Mont, 
(buaineaa) Montana State School of Minea, Butte, 

Mont. 

[Mr. Gtore adds nothing further to the above information.] 
ARTHUR FREDERICK GOTTHOLD 



Bom New York, N. T., July 17, 1879. 

Parents Frederick Gotthold, Florence Wolf. 

^School J. H. Morae'a School, New York, N. T. 

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Years in Collefe ISSe-lSSO. 
Degrees A^., 1900; LLM., 19ifB. 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 162 West 5^ St., New York, N. Y. 

(buainess) 60 Wail Bt., Nev? York, N. Y. 

I was admitted to the bar of New York in May, 1902. 1 
completed my course at the Harvard Law School in June, 
1902, and in September of that year started to practise as 
a clerk in the office of Gould and Wilkie, 2 Wall Street, 
New York City. I remained with that firm until March 1, 
1911, when I became a member of the firm of (Torbitt and 
Stem, 60 Wall Street, New York CJity. I have continued 
there since that time. My work has been reasonably varied 
and interesting. I have written occasional magazine 
sketches. Member: Harvard Club of New York, Har* 
vard Club of Boston, Republican Club of New York, Port 
Orange Club of Albany, Indian Harbor Yacht Club of Green- 
wich, Conn., Bar Association of New York, New York State 
Bar Association, American Bar Association, Linnaean 
Society of New York. 



AMASA COLLINS GOULD 

Bom Wahan, Mass., July 6, 1879. 

Parents William Henry Qould, Alice Augusta OollinM. 

School Netoton High Schooh Newton, Man. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900; A.M., 1901; LL.B., 1909. 

Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 170J^ Beacon St., Waban, Mats, 
(lousiness) 24 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Since my last report I have continued to practise law in 
Boston in the Penn Mutual Building, most of my work being 
office practice for Massachusetts trusts and corporations. I 
continue to enjoy golf and tennis, with a vacation each year 
in the mountains. To date I have held no political office 
but have become considerably interested in the municipal 

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work of the Boston Chamber of Commerce. Member: Brae 
Bum Country Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Waban Tennis 
Courts, Boston Chamber of Commerce. 

EDGAR DAVIS GOULD 

Bom Boston, M<U8,, Jan, 8, 1875. 

Parents Amos Davis Gould, Ellen F. Gould. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass., and WorceS' 

ter Academy, Worcester, Mass. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 
Married Lalia Chipman Raym4)nd, Boston, Mass., Aug. 18^ 

1906. 
Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 14 Vernon 8t., Abington, Mass. 

(business) Care Regal Shoe Co., 268 Bummer St., 

Boston, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



EDWARD ROWLAND GRAHAM 

Bom Fitchburg, Mass., Feb. 19, 1878. 

Parents John Martin CHraham^ Sarah Howland Tucker. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Married Gladys Jacquelin Smith, New York, April 21, 19(^. 

Children Gladys Howland, Nov. 12, 1912. 

Business Banker. 

Address (home) SO Powell St., Brookline, Mass. 

(business) Intemaiional Trust Co., 45 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

In July, 1900, I began my business career as messenger 
for the International Trust Co. of Boston. Shortly after 
taking up my duties I was called upon to clean out some 
ink wells, I balked at that, but it was the only time I did, 
and the ink wells were duly cleaned thereafter. I immedi- 
ately discarded any and all warped ideas I had picked up 
at Cambridge or any other place. I soon graduated from 
messenger and worked through every department in the 

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bank to my present official position of assistant secretary 
and assistant treasurer, which I have held for seven years. 
In April, 1909, I had the great fortune to marry the finest 
type of young womanhood I ever laid my eyes on. As a 
reward for my good taste and judgment, my two and a half 
year old daughter is the counterpart of her mother. I hope 
every 1900 man is as contented and happy as I am and as 
glad that he is alive. I am at present located at a new 
branch of the International Trust Co. at 115 Summer Street, 
very near the South Station. Member: Harvard Club of 
Boston, Harvard Qub of New York, Exchange Club of 
Boston. 

EDWARD THOMAS PATRICK GRAHAM 

Bom Cambridge, Mass,, 1872. 

Parents Thomas Augustus Qraham, Helena Kenny, 

School Cambridge High Bchool, Cambridge, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees 8,B,, 1900. 

Business Architect, 

Address (home) 160 Longtoood Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 20 Beacon 8t., Boston, Mass. 

Below is a list of some of the buildings for which I have 
been architect: First World's Shoe and Leather Exposition 
Building; Forsyth Dental Infirmary, Boston; City Hall 
Annex, Boston; St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Brighton; Mt. St. 
Joseph's Academy, Brighton; Sacred Heart Academy, Water- 
town; Working Girls' Home, Boston; St. Mary's School^ 
Cambridge; St. Anne's School, Neponset; Mary Immaculate 
of Lourdes Church, Newton Upper Falls; Chapel in May- 
nard; Chapel in Magnolia; St. John's Church, Quincy; St. 
John's Church, Winthrop; Chapel in Ipswich; Gymnasium 
for St. Mary's Catholic Association, Cambridge; Hibernian 
Building, Roxbury; Knights of Columbus Building, Somer- 
ville; Parochial Residence, Beverly Farms; Parochial Resi- 
dence, Newton Centre; Parochial Residence, Beachmont; 
Parochial Residence, Dedham ; residence for A. W. Donovan^ 
Rockland ; residence for James W. Spence, Rockland. 

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LOUIS CARYL GRATON 

(honorary member) 

Bom Parma, N. r., June 10, 1880. 

Parents Louis Oraton, Ella Oould, 

School Homell High Schooh Hornelh N. T. 

Degrees 8^. (Cornell Universitv), 1900. 

Married Josephine Edith Bowman, Rochester, N. Y., June 

SO, 1906. 
Children Louis Bowman, Sept. 1, 1908; Josephine Oould, 

Nov. SO, 1910. 
Business Mining geologist. 

Address (home) 10 Buckingham Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) Geological Museum, Cambridge, Mass. 

June to October, 1900, assayer, Ledyard Gtold Mining Co., 
Rockdale, Ont.; October, 1900 to May, 1901, and October, 
1901 to May, 1902, assistant in chemistry, McQill University, 
Montreal, Can.; June to September, 1901, miner, Canadian 
Goldfields Co., Ltd., Deloro, Ont.; June to October, 1902, 
geologist, Ontario Crown Lands Department; October, 1902, 
to June, 1903, Fellow in Geology, Cornell University; June 
1903, to February, 1909, Geologic Staflf U. S. Geological Sur- 
vey ; February, 1909 to January, 1915, secretary-treasurer. 
Copper Producers' Association, New York; October, 1909, 
teaching mining geology at Harvard. I have written : Articles 
and reports on ore deposition and mining districts, mostly 
published by U. S. Geological Survey. Member: American 
Institute of Mining Engineers, Mining and Metallurgical 
Society of America, Geological Society of America, (Geological 
Society of Washington, Washington Academy of Science, 
American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

ROBERT JOHN GRAVES 

Bom Boscawen, N. H., June 22, 1878. 

Parents Eli Edwin Graves, Martha WiUiams. 

School Concord High School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8^>, 1900; MJ)., 190S. 

Married Helen McGregor Ayers, Concord, N. H., Oct. 10, 
1906. 

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Children Katharine, Aug. 5, 1906; Jane PhUlipe, Jan. BA» 

1909; John Kimball, April 29, 1912. 
Bnsittess Physician. 

Address (home) S North Btate Bt, Concord, N. H. 

(business) 4 North Btate St., Concord, N. H. 

I have done nothing remarkable since my last life history 
was written except to escape from the war zone last summer 
with my baggage intact and my pocket-book empty. Other- 
wise I have been doing surgery at the old stand ably assist- 
ed by Metcalf, '02. Member: Bow Brook Club, Wono- 
lancet Club (director), Harvard Club of Boston, Aescula- 
pian Club, New Hampshire Surgical Club, State, County 
and National Medical Societies, Fellow American College of 
Surgeons. 

EDWARD GRAY 

Bom Boston, Mass., March H, 1877. 

Parents Edward Qray, Elizabeth Qray Btory. 

School Qroton School, CHroton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Effle GrindJay, Utica, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1909. 

Chfldren William, Jan. 10, 1914. 

Address Qroton, Mass. 

On leaving college I worked for a year with D. M. 
Osborne and Co. at Auburn, N. Y., returning to Boston to 
enter a bond house in 1901. In 1904 I was obliged to give 
up active business, and since then have done an occasional 
bit of writing. I have written: William Gray of Salem, 
Merchant, (Houghton, MifHin Co., 1914). Member: Somer- 
set Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Port Schuyler Club, 
Utica, N. Y. 

FOSTER REGNIER GREENE 

Bom Fall River, Mass., Oct. SI, 1877. 

Parents William Btedman Greene, Mary Elizabeth White. 

School B. M. C. Durfee High School, Fall River, Mass., 

and Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJ3,, 1900; LL.B. (Columbian, now Qeorge WiUh- 

ington, University), 1909, 
Business Laioyer, 

Address (home) 572 High St, Fall River, Mas$. 

(business) 40 Bedford Bt, Fall River, Mass. 

After graduation I was employed about six months in the 
Census Office at Washington, and resigned to assume the 
duties of private secretary to my father, Hon. William S. 
Greene, a member of congress from Massachusetts. During 
this period I studied law at the Columbian (now Qeorge 
Washington) University, and received an LL.B. from that 
institution in June, 1903. I returned to Fall River in May, 
1907, having previously been admitted as a member of the 
bar of the District of Columbia, and was admitted to the 
Massachusetts bar in August, 1907. Up to July, 1914, I was 
in active practice and associated with the ofSce of Slade and 
Borden, Fall River. I then was obliged to take a long va- 
cation and had planned to open an office of my own in the 
fall. Upon my return from the White Mountains in Septem- 
ber, I was taken ill with a severe attack of bronchitis. Other 
than some three cases which I had pending before the supreme 
court, I engaged in no practice. Upon recovering from the 
bronchitis, I had an attack of shingles on right arm and hand 
from which up to this writing (April) I have not entirely 
recovered. In May, 1914, I was elected president of the Fall 
River High School Alumni Association, and shall preside at 
its annual meeting in May, 1915. Member : Harvard Clubs of 
Boston and Fall River, Fall River Golf Club, American Bar 
Association, Massachusetts Society, S. A. R., Fall River Lodge 
No. 219, I. O. O. F., King Philip Lodge, A. F. and A. M., 
Fall River Royal Arch Chapter, Fall River Council Royal 
and Select Masters, Godfrey de Bouillon Commandery, No. 
25, K. T., Fall River Lodge of Perfection, Samuel C. Law- 
rence Council Princes of Jerusalem, St. Andrew Chapter 
Rose Croix, Massachusetts Consistory, S. P. R. S., 32 degree 
A. A. S. R., Azab Grotto No. 29, M. O. V. P. E. R., Fall 
River Horse Show Association. 

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Warts WenDer5on ©reene 

Born Burlington, Ft., June 2, 1876. 

Parents Willard Edward Greene, Mary O. WoodM. 

School High School, Burlington, Vt., and University of 

Vermont. 
Years in College 1898-1900. 
Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Died May 22, 1914, in Essex Junction, Vt. 

Harry Henderson Greene was born at Burlington, Vt., 
June 2, 1876. He attended the public schools there and from 
the high school entered the University of Vermont in 1895. 
Chemistry was his specialty at Vermont. He played on his 
class football team there in his freshman and sophomore years. 
In the fall of 1898 he entered Harvard and was graduated 
wth the class of 1900. For several years he was connected with 
eompanies manufacturing paint. For this business his train- 
ing had well prepared him. First he was chemist with Chil- 
ton Paint Company, College Point, Long Island, New York, 
then was superintendent of the paint factory of Cawley, 
Clark and Company, Newark, N. J. In 1902 he returned to 
Burlington, Vt., and soon became secretary and treasurer of 
W. B. Greene Company, a wholesale business which his father 
had founded in 1888. He applied himself with great energy 
to his work and as a result broke down and in 1907 was com- 
pelled to give up business for a time. In the spring of that 
year he went to Cuba and stayed for several months. He 
then returned to his business, but in 1908 was compelled 
to make another journey in search of health to Jamaica. That 
flummer he spent recuperating on Lake Champlain. There he 
became interested in poultry and in the fall took a course in 
X)oultry culture at the Connecticut State Agricultural Col- 
lege, and then went into the industry as a business. The out- 
of-door life which he led in this occupation agreed with him. 
The care and effort expended by him with his chickens yield- 
^ excellent results. In 1909 he started a poultry plant at 
Essex Junction, near Burlington, Vt., where he wrote in 
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and was planning to raise prize chickens. He was very en- 
thusiastic over his work and at his prospects, but even the 
outof-door life did not restore his health and in 1910 he was 
obliged to drop all activities. In spite of being an invalid, 
however, he kept up an eager interest in many matters, read- 
ing much modem history and biography, and in various ways 
occupying himself and avoiding idleness. Music and art 
were sources of great pleasure to him and if he had been 
strong enough he would have given serious study to singing. 
At Burlington he was a member of the Ethan Allen and 
Algonquin Clubs. For the last four years of his life he was 
an invalid, but through his long illness maintained cheerful- 
ness and courage, always watching for opportunities to assist 
others and add to their comfort. 

ALBERT FARNSWORTH GRIFFITHS 

Bom Lexington, Mass,, July 26, 1877. 

Parents Albert Griffiths, Mary Jane Famsworth. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Degrees M.D„ 1901. 

Married (first) Agnes M. Bunnell (divorced); seoondr 

Katheryne A. Bauer, Netoark, N. /., Sept. 12r 

1914. 
Children Philip Harmon, March 16, 1902. 

Business Physician. 

Address 1055 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. 7. 

Entered Harvard Medical School 1897, graduated 1901 
M.D. July, 1901, went to London, Eng., matriculated in Lon- 
don Polyclinic, and attended various clinics for six months. 
Went to Dublin, Ireland, matriculated in Rotunda Hospital^ 
where, after six months, received special degree in midwifery, 
L.M. (Lincentiate of Midwifery). Returned to the United 
States July, 1902, and settled in Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y.^ 
and have been in general practice ever since. Specialize in 
gynaecology and obstetrics and abdominal surgery. Am now 
visiting obstetrician to Coney Island Hospital ; ex.-gynaecolo- 
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Williamsburg and Samaritan Hospitals. Outside of my pro- 
fessional life I participate as much as time allows in almost 
all out-door sports, being especially fond of fishing, shooting^ 
exploring, golf, yachting, automobiling, trap shooting. Mem- 
ber: Medical Society Co. Kings, Associated Physicians, L. I., 
Gynaecological Society, State Medical Society, Marine and 
Field Qub, Bergen Beach Gun Qub, White Plains Gun Cla\ 
Queens Gun Club, Adventurers Club, American Legion, Har- 
vard Club of L. I., Liars' Paradise. 



EDMUND GRINNELL 

Born New Bedford, JTom., Oct. B, 1877. 

Parents Edmund ChrinnM, Jenny Oibh$ Swift. 

School MUton Academy, Milton, Ma$9. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Marie Mildred Marsh, Ohioago, Jan. 11, 1904 (dl^ 

vorced, 1906). 
Bnsinesi Muaician. 

Address 82 Maple St., New Bedford, Maee. 

Prom 1900 to 1907 I lived in Chicago where I was en- 
gaged in the real estate and insurance business. Since 1907 
I have lived in New Bedford, Mass., making music my pro- 
fession. I was organist and choirmaster at the First 
Universalist Church for two years and since then have been 
organist and choirmaster at St. James' Episcopal Church, 
where I have a large choir of men and boys. I teach the 
organ, voice and pianoforte and the theory of music. I 
have composed two operettas and a number of songs for 
private circulation. Member: Harvard Club of Boston. 



AUGUST GROSSMAN 

Bom Lipto Bt. Ivan, Hungary, Nov. 1, 1877. 

Parents Jacoh Oroeeman, Lena Oronnvan. 

School Central High Bchool, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

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Degrees A^„ 1900, 

Basinett Teacher. 

Address (home) 89S9 Buckeye Road, OteveUmd, Ohio. 

(buiiness) Boldan High School, St Loui$, Mo. 

Same as at Decennial. Member: B'nai Brith, Central 
Association of Mathematics and Science Teachers, Men's Club 
of St. Louis High School Teachers. 



HENRY ANDERSON GUILER 

Bom Belfast, Ireland, Aug, U, 1877, 

Parents James Ouiler, Christina Cheyne. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1897-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; LL.B., 190k. 

Business Laicyer. 

Address (home) 612 West lS7th St„ New York, N. Y. 

(business) Room S59 Post Of/loe Building, New 
York, N. Y, 

After leaving Law School in 1904, I started practice in 
Boston and continued in this practice for five years. My 
practice was very general both in the federal and state 
courts, where my time was taken up by civil, criminal, 
equity, and in fact all kinds of cases. In 1909 I came to 
New York where I was admitted to the bar in about October 
of that year. I was in the legal department of the Erie 
Railroad for a time. Then I took up general practice again 
for a while. In 1911 I was appointed assistant United 
States attorney, in which position, I had mostly railroad 
cases, both criminal and civil, for about two years. Subse- 
quently I devoted myself exclusively to the investigation 
and trial of cases arising under the federal anti-trust laws. 
For this purpose I was appointed special assistant to the 
United States attorney for the Southern District of New 
York, and placed in charge of this branch of the United 
States attorney's office. There is nothing more to add, ex- 
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much indeed, and have no regrets that I have entered upon 
it as a profession. Member: West Side Tennis Club, 
Forest Hills, Long Island, N. Y. ; Boston Bar Association, 
Boston, Mass. 

freDerfcft Carleton (Bulicft 

Bom Santander, Spain, Jan, 7, 1876. 

Parents William Hooper Gulick, Alice Gordon. 

School Newton High Schooh Newton, Mass. 

Years in CoMege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died Sept. 26, 1902, in Boston, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 



TISlflUam Petri? 'toagct 

Bom South Deer/leld, Mass., Jan. 4, 1875. 

Parents Dexter F. Eager, Abigail W. Perry. 

School Dickinson High School and Academy, Deerfleld, 

Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900; M.D., 190k. 

Harried Oretchen Kendall Weinschenk, Cambridge, Mass., 

Nov. 25, 1902. 
Children Eunice Eager, March 2^, 1908. 

Died May 18, 1911, in Northampton, Mass. 

William Perry Hager died of tuberculosis at Northampton, 
Mass., May 18, 1911, after a short illness. After taking his 
degree at the Harvard Medical School in 1904, he received 
an appointment as surgeon at the Boston City Hospital. In 
1906 he went to Northampton, where he lived until the time 
<it his death, practising his profession with great zeal and 
interest. In 1907 he was appointed assistant surgeon on the 
■staflf of the Cooley Dickinson Hospital at Northampton, and 
in 1908 was made visiting surgeon to that institution. He 
was also medical examiner for the Mutual Life Insurance 
Company of New York. He was a member of the Hamp- 
shire District Medical Society, Massachusetts Medical Society, 

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Northampton Medical Society, and Northampton Economic 
Club. His nervous energy and his eagerness to perfect him- 
self in his profession caused him to disregard his failing 
health, and he taxed himself beyond the limit which he could 
stand. Among his townspeople and the members of his pro- 
fession he had a host of friends and always held their sincere 
affection and respect. 

JAMES FREDERICK HALL 

Bom Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 15, 1878. 

Parents William Henry Hall, Elizabeth Ann Carlien, 

School Collegiate Institute, London, Ontario, Canada. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 190S; A.B. (Western University)^ 

1899. 
Married Winifred Evelyn Peters, Los Angeles, Cal., June 

SO, 1910. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 820 Willow Ave., Tempe, Arizona. 

(business) State Normal Bchool, Tempe, Arizona. 

I was professor of Latin and Greek, King College, Bristol, 
Tenn., 1900-1902 ; studied in the graduate school 1902-1903, 
doing post-graduate work in classics and receiving the de- 
gree of A.M. in 1903. I was a student in classics at Johns 
Hopkins University, 1903-1904. I have been professor of 
Latin since 1904 in the State Normal School, Tempe, Arizona. 
Member: Harvard Club of Arizona, Schoolmasters' Club of 
Arizona, Blue Lodge, Royal Arch, and Knights Templar 
orders in Masonry. 

Herman yfsber Dall 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 11, 1878. 

Parents Ephraim Qaylord Hall, Alice Coggstoell Crossette. 

School Cambridge Latin Bchool, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1908. 

Died Bept. 5, 1906, in Blue HUl, Me. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 
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PLINY STERLING HALL 

Bom Antwerp, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1879. 

Parents Hiram Willard Halh Annis Sterling. 

School Canajoharie High Bchool, Cawajoharie, N. Y. 

Years in CoUcge 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 11 High St., Orange, N. J. 

(business) 95 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

After three years' experience in the general offices of the 
New York Central Railroad, I became connected with the 
Arkell Safety Bag Co., and have remained with this company 
ever since. As I have never married, my career, at least from 
the point of view of our secretary, has been quite uneventful. 

ERNEST HARRIS HAMMOND 

Born Dover, Del., Jan. 6, 1874. 

Parents William Hammond, Sarah Almira Dukes. 

School Wilmington Conference Academy, Dover, Del. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Anna Maria MacCahe, Boston, Mass., June 20, 1899, 

Children Kathrine Almira, July 11, 1901. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 702 North Fifth St., Albuquerque, New 

Mex. 
(business) 72S North 2d St., Albuquerque, New 

Mex. 

Since the last report, I was transferred in June, 1911, 
from the Province of Cavite, P. I., to the Province of Iloilo, 
P. I., as division superintendent of schools, at a consider- 
able increase in salary and responsibility. In January, 1914, 
owing to the continued ill-health of my wife, I applied for 
a year's leave of absence from the Philippines. We landed 
at San Francisco, March 17, — ^and as we are not Irish, we 
just naturally wore the green on that day. By the same 
token, all San Francisco is not Irish. After spending a week 
in San Francisco, we loafed across the continent, but man- 

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/aged to land in Philadelphia in the midst of a fine snow- 
storm, the first we had seen in fourteen years. Two weeks 
•of this weather, sent us scurrying to the South, where we 
likewise froze. In September, I was appointed principal of 
the Caroline County High School, Denton, Md. ** Mighty'' 
fine people on the Bast'n Sho' — good pasturage, too, but a 
bad south wind late in the fall. I enjoyed the high school 
work; but, having secured a transfer to the federal civil 
service, I accepted an appointment as day school inspector. 
Bureau of Indian Affairs, with assignment to the Pueblo 
<3ay schools, with headquarters at Albuquerque, New Mexi- 
•co. My connection with the Philippine government was 
severed December 22, 1914, after fourteen years of practic- 
ally continuous service. During that time, we Harvard men 
met at least once a year at Manila for a talk, a smoke and . 
a feast, and separated each time feeling that much the 
better equipped for the ensuing year's work. And once in 
a long, long while, the **Crimpoon" came, not often, as I 

was on the road a great deal; but when he came 

ivhy, I've laughed at **Crimpoon" while stuck fast in a mud- 
hole and waiting for the boys to dig me and the machine 
out. Friend Arthur, the boy guilty of inventing the **Crim- 
poon," should be honored by being buried beneath wreaths 
of evergreens. May he and his offspring live a thousand 
years, as the Spaniards say. I hope the enclosed will help 
**Crimpoon" to a little longer life. Member: Cavite Lodge, 
No. 2, A. P. and A. M., Cavite, P. I. ; Luzon Chapter No. 1, 
Royal Arch Masons, Manila, P. I.; Par East Commandery, 
No. 1, Manila, P. I. ; Nile Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., Seattle-, 
Washington. 

WALTER HAMPDEN 
(formerly Walter Hampden Dougherty) 

Bom Brooklyn, N, .Y„ June SO, 1879. 

Parents John Hampden Dougherty, Alice Hill. 

«School Polytechnic Preparatory School, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

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Years in College 1S96J899. 

Degrees A.B. (Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute), 1900. 

Married Mabel Moore, London, Eng., July 17, 1905. 

Children Paul, Jan. 1, 1907; Mary, Aug. SI, 1908. 

Business Actor. 

Address Ridgefleld, Conn. 

Just acting. Member : Players Club of New York. 



CHARLES HARBECK 



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Years in College 

Degrees 

Business 
Address 



New York, N. T., June 9, 1878. 

Charles T. Harbeck, Sophia C. Hnrheck. 

Cutler School, New York, N. Y. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900; M.D. (College of Physicians and Hwr- 

geons), 1905. 
Surgeon, 
mo West 87th St., New York, N. Y. 



1901 to 1906, I was in College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
New York; 1906 to 1907, in Bellevue Hospital; 1907 to 1909, 
in New York Hospital; 1910 to 1911, in Siskiyou County, 
California; 1912 to 1915, in New York City. My work is 
the practice of medicine; specialty: ear, nose and throat. 
Member: University Club, Harvard Club of New York. 

CHARLES LEWIS HARDING 



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Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 20, 1879. 

Edgar Harding, Sara M. Robinson. 

Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

18961900. 

S.B., 1900. 

Harriette Apppleton Knowles, Lowell, Mass., June 

2, 1902. 
Charles L., Jr., April 16, 1909; Henry K., Bee. tOt 

1904; Francis A., March 21, 1908; John B., Oct. 

15, 1911. 
Dry goods commission merchant, 
(home) Westfield St., Dedham, Mass, 
(business) 25 Arch St., Boston, Mass. 

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1900-1901, travelled around the world; 1903, worked in 
Arlington Mills, Lawrence, Mass; 1904, started with 
Harding, Whitman and Co., Boston; January, 1906, mem- 
ber of above firm ; July, 1909, started new firm with N. W. 
Tilton, 1900, by name, Harding, Tilton and Co., dry goods 
commission selling agents for textile mills. Also elected 
president of Whitman Mills, Holmes Manufacturing Co., 
Samoset Worsted Mills. Have lived since fall 1903, in 
Dedham, Mass. 



CLEVELAND HARDON 



Bom Boston, Mess,, April H, 1877, 

Parents Joseph Bradford H or don, Alison Cleveland. 

School Hopkinson's School, Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1897, 

Address (home) 51 Brattle 8t,, Cambridge, Mass, 

(business) 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

In June, 1914, I went into the office of Philip M. Tucker, 
'99, a dealer in manufacturing stocks. For about five years 
previous to that I was engaged in a similar business on my 
own account. 



ftarn? 3Bop& ftarles 

Bom Lowell, Mass., April 5, 1877. 

Parents James Boyd Harley, Mary Elizabeth Latoton. 

School Broume and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897, 

Married Eleanor G. Pierce, Fall River, Mass., June 16, 1909. 

Died May 10, 191$, in Fall River, Mass. 

Harry Boyd Harley received his preparation for college at 
the Durfee High School, Pall River, and at Browne and 
Nichols School, Cambridge. At the end of his freshman year 
he left college and entered the employ of the American Print- 

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Begords of the Glass 

ing Co. at Pall River, where after three years he was appoint- 
ed assistant superintendent. In 1902 he was made general 
superintendent, an extremely responsible position for a man 
only twenty-five years old. The strain of the work told on 
him and matured him rapidly. In the fall of 1910 he left 
the American Printing Co. to take charge of the Bamaby 
Manufacturing Co., also at Fall Biver. Subsequently he be- 
came managing director and president of that company. Of 
quick, generous impulses, outspoken in opinion, straightfor- 
ward in all his dealings, his character was one in which frank- 
ness and manliness were the predominating qualities. He was 
fond of travel and of all out-door sports. Among his clubs 
were Quequechan, Harvard Club of Pall River, Pall River 
Golf Club and Rhode Island Golf Club. He died on May 
10, 1913, after a very short illness, a complication of scarlet 
fever and uremic poisoning. 

GEORGE WHEATON HARRINGTON 

Bom Providence, R, J., Aug. 20, 1874. 

Parents Charles Carroll Harrington, Mary Blizal>eth 

Howard. 
School Ooff, Rice and 8iniW$ School, Providence, R. I. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 
Married Marian Augusta Andrews, Mattapoisett, Mass., 

Sept. 21, 1898. 
Children (George Jeffries, Feb. IS, 1901; Carroll, July 15, 

1902; (herald Wallace, Jan. SI, 1908. 
Business Real estate operator. 

Address (home) Mattapoisett, Mass. 

(business) Harvard Building, Providence, R. I. 

I have written: A Revision of Porm (Sherman, Prench 
and Co., Boston, July, 1911), Beyond The Pirelight (verse) 
(Sherman, Prench and Co., Boston, June, 1912), The Garden 
of Unrest (verse) (Sherman, Prench and Co., Boston). 
Member: Providence Art Club, Aiken Club, Aiken Hunt 
Club, Morgan Horse Club; director Work Horse Relief 
Association, director Red Acre Parm (Charitable Home for 
Horses). 

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WALTER LEO HARRINGTON 



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Boston, Mass,, Nov. 26, 1871, 

John Harrington, Mary Agnes Noanan, 

Boston Latin Bc?u>ol, Boston, Mnss. 

1898-1900. 

A,B., 1900, 

Author, 

SI Monument Ave., Charlestown, Mass. 



[Not heard from.] 



ADDIS EMMETT HARRIS 



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New York, N. Y., June 2, 1879. 

Richard Duncan Harris, Anna Maria OUhert. 

Cutler Bchool, Neu> York, N. Y. 

1896-1900. 

A.B„ 1900, 

Merchant. 

(home) 1 East 51st St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 21 South William St., New York, N. Y. 



[Mr. Harris adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 

ALBERT HARRIS 



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Cambridge, Mass,, Aug. 28, 1875. 


Parents 


George Harris, Eliza Mary Soanlan. 


School 


Cambridge Manual Training School, Cam^iOgep 




Mass. 


Years in College 


1896-1900. 


Degrees 


8.B., 1900. 


Business 


Engineer. 


Address 


49 Cushing St., Cambridge, Mass. 




[Not heard from.] 




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DUNCAN GIBERT HARRIS 

Born New York, N. 7., July 1, 1878. 

Parents RicMrd Duncan Harris, Annie Oiberi. 

School The Cutler Bchool, New York, N. Y. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Alice Abell, New York, N. 7., June 18, 1919. 

Business Real estate broker and manager of estates. 

Address (home) 102 East 64th Bt., New York, N. 7. 

(business) 569 Fifth Ave., New York, N. 7. 

Nothing of note since my last biography except my 
marriage. Still in the real estate business as senior mem- 
ber of the firm of Harris and Vaughan, at 569 Fifth avenue* 
Member: Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of 
Boston, Racquet and Tennis Club of New York, Union 
Club of New York, Catholic Club of New York. 

MfUiam Hndtew Harrfs 

Bom Milford, N. H., May 6, 1877. 

Parents Andrew Leavitt Harris, Martha Sophia Mwrvefl^ 

School Lynn High School, Lynn, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Died July 6, 1900, in Bwampscott, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

yerDinan& austin Dart 3x. 

Bom Hartford, Conn., May 6, 1877. 

Parents Ferdinand Austin Hart, Emma May Tomlinson.. 

School Private tutor. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died Dec. 2, 1901, in Hartford, Conn. 

[See obituary in Second Rex)ort.] 
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ALFRED HASBROUCK 

Born Pou0hkeep8ie, N. Y., Dec. 4f 1879. 

Parents Frank Haahrouck, Esther Jackman. 

School Riverview Military Academy, PoughkeepHe, N. T.; 

and Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N, H. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 
Business Officer, United States Army. 

Address (home) Fort Grant, Canal Zone. 

(business) Care of Adjutant General, U. 8. Army, 

Washington, D. C. 

Near the end of my Sophomore year I left college to en- 
list in the 201st N. Y. Volunteer Infantry for service in the 
Spanish-American war. Served as private, 1st sergeant, 2d 
lieutenant and Ist lieutenant. In the summer of 1899 I was 
commissioned as 1st lieutenant in the 26th Infantry, U. S. 
Volunteers, and served as such in the Philippine Islands 
throughout the greater part of the insurrection, taking part 
in most of the important operations in the Island of Panay. 
Returning to the United States in 1901 I was commissioned 
a 2d lieutenant in the Artillery Corps, U. S. Army. I was 
promoted to 1st lieutenant in 1902 and to captain in the 
Coast Artillery Corps in 1907. Since entering the regular 
service my stations have been Port Totten, N. Y., Port 
Williams, Me., Port Terry, N. Y., Port CasweU, N. C, Fort 
Monroe, Va., Port Strong, Mass., and Port Grant, Canal 
Zone. I have commanded the U. S. Army mine planters, 
'*Gen. Royal T. Frank'' and '*G«n. John M. Schofield,*' and 
the coast defences of Balboa at the Pacific entrance of the 
Panama Canal. I have specialized in work pertaining to 
the submarine mine defence of our harbors. In 1910 I was 
a Distinguished graduate of the Coast Artillery School at 
Port Monroe, Va., and the following year was graduated from 
the advanced course at that institution. My travels, some- 
times on duty and sometimes on pleasure bound, have taken 
me through nearly all our seaboard States; to the Philip- 
pines, China, and Japan; to Spain, Italy, France, Switzer- 
land, Germany, Holland, Belgium, and Great Britain; to 

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Cuba, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Panama, and the Canal Zone. I 
have written: Short articles pertaining to submarine 
mining and military history contributed at various times to 
the Journal of U. S. Artillery. Member : St. Botolph dub, 
Boston, Mass; St. Nicholas Club, New York; Army and 
Navy Club, New York ; Army and Navy Club, Washington, 
D. C. ; University Club, Panama, R. P. 

CHARLES PHILLIPS HATCH 

Bom 2fev> York, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1876. 

Parents Henry Hatch, Marie Antoinette Phillips. 

School 8t. Mark's School, Southhoro, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Ifanied Baroness Marie Van Haeflen, New York, N. Y., 

May 28, 1909. 
Business Financier. 

Address (home) Villa Florence, Cannes, France. 

(business) Morgan, Harjes and Co., 41 Boulevard 
Haussman, Paris, France. 

[Charles Phillips Hatch has bought a villa at Cannes, 
France, and has been steadily occupying himself with sport. 
He is one of the best tennis and golf players on the Rivierrna. 
He has occupied himself with work at various hospitals in 
Cannes during the war.] 

CYRIL HATCH 

Born New York, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1877. 

Parents Charles Henry Hatch, Marie Antoinette Phillips. 

School 8t. Mark's School, Southhoro, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Business Banker and "broker. 

Address (home) 178 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 10 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

[Mr. Hatch adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 

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ROGER CONANT HATCH 

Born Boston, Muss., Oct, 5, 1878, 

Parents George Edwards Hatch, Catherine French Thayer, 

School Cutler's Preparatory School, Newton, Muss. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (Washington University), 1902. 

Married Mary Francis Prescott, Newton, Mass., July S, 

1901. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) ^20 Lake Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

("business) Smith Acctdemy, St. Louis, Mo. 

After leaving college I taught English in a Pomfret 
School for a year, then resigned and got married. The next 
year I began to teach at Smith Academy, Washington 
University in St. Louis, doing elementary work. At the 
same time I studied for my A. M. degree, which I took in 
June of that year. The next year I took charge of the 
higher English and elocution. Since then I have become 
head of the English department and teacher in charge of 
senior, junior, and third year classes, which positions I 
still occupy. Fifteen years with the boys, the **aygnorant 
young divils," God bless 'em, and not a gray hair yet! I 
have written: School Songs of Smith Academy, (published 
privately), Informal Public Speaking, (Leaflet of New Eng- 
land Association of Teachers of English, Feb., 1912). Mem- 
ber : Harvard Club of St. Louis, University Club of St. Louis. 

RICHARD HAUGHTON 

Bom Albany, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1877. 

Parents James Haughton, Augustine MeUet, 

School Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Marie Voigt, Lucerne, Switzerland, Aug. 25, 191S. 

Business Insurance manager. 

Address (home) Valley Road, Paoli, Pa. 

(business) 4^4 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

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Unfortunately it was my choice to leave college in 1899, the 
year before graduation, and although I took my degree with 
the class, it seems to me now, that the loas of that senior year 
was a most serious one. During the senior year, more than 
any other, the members of the class are thrown together and 
it seems to me that the other men of the class know each 
other better, keep in better touch with each other and nave 
more of a real class feeling than those who were ** three year" 
men. In comparing the values of that year in college or in 
business, it seems that I am only one year ahead in business, 
which means little, as compared to losing the best year in 
college and missing the companionship and intimacy of the 
men of the class. This peroration is given in the hope that 
it will be a help to others — either students or fathers — in 
choosing their college courses. At that time, however, it 
seemed as if an opportunity presented itself and I left college 
in the fall of '99 and went into business. The only change 
in business since the decennial report is that the firm I started 
with in 1906 — Haughton and Smith — in 1912 was consoli- 
dated with the firm of Stokes and Packard under the title 
of Stokes, Packard, Haughton and Smith. This firm repre- 
sents, as managers for eastern Pennsylvania and southern 
New Jersey, the London Guarantee and Accident Co. of Eng- 
land, and also represents as agents about twenty fire and 
general insurance companies. From the standpoint of a busi- 
ness report, this brings me up to the present date and shows 
an opportunity offered which I trust will be accepted, deo 
volente. In the summer of 1913, I went abroad, partly to 
represent the State of Delaware at the American Agricultural 
Convention at Rome, but chiefly to marry my fiancee. Miss 
Marie Voigt of Philadelphia, who was then studying and 
travelling in Italy. In August, therefore, after our banns 
were posted in the market-place for three weeks, we were 
married at Christ Church, in the quiet little town of Lucerne, 
Switzerland, within a few miles of the town where my mother 
and father were married forty-eight years before. In my 
case, however, my wife's family was from French Alsace; 
my mother's family from French Switzerland. Perhaps the 

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greatest pleasure to which I have been lookiiig forward in 
our quindecennial was going to Cambridge with my father, 
James Haughton, of the Class of '60. It would have been 
his 55th reunion and my 15th. He and I were together at 
Cambridge last when he was celebrating his 40th reunion and 
when I was graduating. But man proposes, God disposes, 
and our Cambridge reunion was not to be, for in December 
my father was taken to his rest and I am left to journey alone 
to Cambridge to represent the family which has been con- 
nected with Harvard through one ancestor or another, since 
1763. I have written two articles on alfalfa growing in the 
East entitled: Asking Questions of the Soil (published in 
** Rural New York'' in 1909 and in November, 1912). Mem- 
ber: Harvard Clubs of New York and Philadelphia, Ritten- 
house Club, Racquet Club, Merion Cricket Club, Philadelphia 
Barge Club, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Society of 
Colonial Wars, Society for the Promotion of Agriculure, 
Union League Club of Philadelphia, Non Active-Pirst Troop, 
Philadelphia City Cavalry. 

JOHN BROMHAM HA WES 2d 

Bom Montclair, N. J., July 11, 1877. 

Parents Oeorge Elias Hawes, Adelaide Augusta Dunning. 

School Mrs. Quincy 8haw*s Private Schooh Boston^ Mass.; 

Newton High BcJuMl, Newtant Mass.; and Cam- 
bridge Latin School, Cam^idge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 190S. 

Married Cornelia Lawrence Hyatt, Plainfleld, N. J., June 1, 

1909. 

Children John Bromham, Sd, June 27, 1910. 

Business Physician. 

Address 29 Gloucester St., Boston, Mass. 

Since 1910 I have continued the practice of medicine in 
Boston, devoting more and more of my time to pulmonary 
diseases, so that at present the greater part of my practice 
consists of cases of lung disease and tuberculosis in general. 
My position as secretary of the Massachusetts State Tuber- 
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ment in 1907, I still hold. The work of this board deals 
with medical problems from an administrative point of view 
and with preventive medicine in its broadest aspect, and is 
interesting in the extreme. I am glad to say that Massa- 
chusetts stands among the first in this health campaign. 

Likewise, at the Massachusetts General Hospital, I have 
continued to devote much time, with increasing responsi- 
bilities. In addition to being an assistant visiting physician 
at this institution, I am in charge of practically all the 
tuberculosis work done here and am gradually building up 
a large and interesting clinic. In private practice, it is still 
my privilege to assist Dr. Frederick C. Shattuck of Boston. 
In addition to this I am instructor in medicine in the Har- 
vard Medical School and Graduate School of Medicine, and 
also deliver a course of lectures in the recently established 
School for Health Officers at the same institution. My own 
private practice, as stated above, consists in great part of 
consultation work, in my office and outside, in cases of 
diseases of the lungs and all forms of tuberculosis. Progress 
in this line of work is necessarily slow, but it has been so 
far steady enough to lead me to keep at it and to enable 
me to pay the rent. I have written: Early Pulmonary 
Tuberculosis. Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment, 
(William Wood and Co., New York, 1913). Consumption. 
What It Is and What to Do About It, (Small, Maynarrd 
and Co., Boston, 1915). Member: American Medical 
Association, Massachusetts Medical Society, International 
Tuberculosis Association, National Tuberculosis Association,. 
Climatological Society, Cosmopolitan Medical Club, 
Aesculapian Club of Boston, St. Botolph Club, Eastern 
Yacht Club, The Laurentian Club of Canada, Papyrus Club, 
The Sangerfest, Utaion Boat Club, Junior Medical Review 
Club. 

GUY EDWARD HAWKINS 

Bom La Porte, Ind„ March 8, 1877. 

Parents Edtoard Hawkins, Mary Jane BUlingsby, 

School PhillipM Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. B. 

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Years in College 1896-1897. 

Business Banker. 

Address 825 Uth St., North West, WxiMhington, D. C. 

In 1898 I served in the Spanish War as member of the 
27th Indiana Artillery, with General Miles' Porto Bican 
campaign. Prom 1899 to 1903 I was secretary and treasurer 
of the Ben Hnr Traction Co. Prom 1904 to 1915 I have 
been in the private banking business in Washington, D. C, 
Wheeling, W. Va. and Terre Haute, Indiana. Member: 
Indianapolis Board of Trade, University Club of Indiana. 

ARTHUR STEARNS HAWKS 

Bom Deerfleld, Mass., Nov. 15, 187^. 

Parents James Andrews Hawks, Ellen Sophia Steams, 

School Deerfield Academy and Dickenson High School, 

Deerfleld, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Elizabeth Ballou, Greenfield, Mass., Jan. H, 

190S. 
Children Ellen Elizabeth, March 27, 1904 (died July 19, 

1906); Helen Ballou, Jan. 25, 1907; Mary Em^ 

erson, Dec. 15, 1909. 
Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address (home) P. O. Box 20, Greenfield, Mass. 

Immediately after graduating I went to Montana with a 
plaeer mining company, operating for gold, by means of 
large dredges. I was there for about two and one-half years, 
then came East, married, and located in Milwaukee to en- 
gage in engine work; first, reciprocating steam engines, and 
later, internal combustion engines. On this latter type of 
motor I have since specialized and went successively to Pitts- 
burgh and Bethlehem, Pa., and then to Jersey City to engage 
in this line of work. Until about two years ago, I had been 
especially interested in the development of gas engines, par- 
ticularly engines of large sizes. Later, however, my inter- 
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ment of the Diesel type heavy oil engines. Member: Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers, The Association of 
Harvard Engineers. 

TRUMAN RIPLEY HAWLEY 

Bom Boston, Masi,, Oct, 17, 1876, 

Parents WUliam Henry Hawley, Betsey Talbot Pope. 

School Maiden High School, Maiden, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898; 1900-190S, 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1902); LL.B„ 1902, 

Married Rebecca Morrison Browne, Maiden, Mass., June 20, 

1910, 
Children Rebecca Morrison, April 27, 1912, 

Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 26 Olen 8t,, Maiden, Mass. 

(business) 7S Tremont 8t,, Boston, Mass, 

In 1902 I was graduated ''as of" 1900, and completed 
Harvard Law School LL.B. in 1905. Conducting European 
travel summers helped defray college and law school ex- 
penses. I have held the following public and semi-public 
oflSces: Superintendent of Maiden, Mass., Evening Schools, 
1902-8; member Maiden, Mass., City Council, 1908-9, 1909-10; 
member Massachusetts Legislature (House), 1910-1912; Presi- 
dent Maiden Y. M. C. A., 1909-10-11. Now serving three- 
year term on Maiden School Board, 1914-15-16. My voca- 
tion since 1905 has been general practice of the law at 73 
Tremont Street, Boston. Business is good, my family are 
well, and life is interesting. Member : Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Maiden ; Mount Vernon Lodge of Masons, Maiden. 

CARLYLE ROBINSON HAYES 

Bom Providence, R, I,, May 18, 1878. 

Parents Clarence Henry Hayes, Henriet EsteUe Vamey, 

School Belmont (Boarding) School, Belmont, Mass., and 

Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A,B„ 1900, 

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Married Agnes Frances Gallagher, Pravidencet R. I., March 

2S, 1901. 
Children Estelle Varney, Dec. 2J^, 1902; Carlyle Robinson, 

Jr., Jan. 9, 1904; Alice Marguerite, Oct. 8, 1906. 
Business Insurance agent. 

Address (home) HI Kent St., Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Started in business October 1, 1900, as oflSce boy for 
Vermilye and Co., bankers. Congress Street, Boston, and was 
transferred to their New York office shortly after my mar- 
riage in 1901. Continued with them until the summer of 1903, 
when I returned to Boston to enter the office of my father, 
who conducted a general insurance busine^ under the name 
of L. Surge, Hayes and Co. My mother's death, September 
24, 1901, was such a blow to father that he was never him- 
self from that time until his sudden death, June 30, 1905. 
Father's affairs were in a very involved condition, but by 
assuming an indebtedness which it took us three years to 
wipe out, three of hia former employees and myself took over 
the business and have carried it on, more or less successfully, 
ever since, under the firm name of Crain, Jones, Bixby and 
Co. February 10, 1904, I was made a master Mason in Dal- 
housie Lodge, Newtonville, Mass., and later joined Newton 
Royal Arch Chapter and Qethsemane Commandery. I was 
elected and installed master of Dalhousie Lodge in June, 
1910, and the following week suffered an attack of typhoid 
fever, which confined me to my bed until August. I was 
delirious from June 25 until July 5 and missed all our de- 
cennial celebration. On July 4 I was as near death as one 
can be and survive, and during the course of the illness lost 
80 pounds in weight, dropping from over 210 to 130. Mem- 
ber: Blue Lodge, Chapter and Commandery, Mystic Shrine, 
Boston Athletic Association. 

EDMUND HEARD 

Bom Boston, Mass., April 7, 1877. 

Parents John Theodore Heard, Rosalie Isabella Qaw. 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896^1900, 

Degrees A^., 1900. 

Married Grace Roberts, Flushing, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1908. 

Business Unemployed, 

Address 150 Mi, Vernon St., Boston, Mass, 

[Mr. Heard adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 

REGINALD CARY HEATH 

Bom Brookline, Mass,, May 2S, 1877, 

Parents Sidney Heath, Ida Gary, 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL,B„ 1902. 

Married Dorothea Bigelow, Brookline, Oct, 6, 1904. 

Children ReginoM Cary, Jr„ July U, 1906 (died Aug. 10, 

1906); Dorothea, May 22, 1907; Elizabeth Cary, 
July 5, 1909; Richard Bigelow, March 12, 1912, 

Business Merchant. 

Address (home) Heath Hill, Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 611 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Practised law for two years, then went into the Boston 
Stock Exchange as a broker for five years, then entered 
Bigelow, Eennard and Co., as a partner. Am now treasurer 
of the above corporation. Member : Harvard Club of Boston. 

CLINTON SIDNEY HEBARD 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 14, 1877. 

Parents Albert Keyes Hebard, Eliza Jane Kelly. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A,B., 1900, 

Married Ethel WelU MorrUl, Brookline, Dee. 17, 1914. 

Business Banker. 

Address (home) 1S15 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(business) City Square, Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college I entered the Medford National Bank, 
Medford, Mass., as teller, where I remained until February 1, 

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1911, when I became treasurer of the Charlestown Trust 
Company of Boston, which position I now hold. There is 
absolutely nothing else of any importance in connection with 
my life to date. 

WILLIAM CLIFFORD HEILMAN 

Born Williamaport, Pa., Sept 27, 1877, 

Parents Ahraham H, Heilman, KntheHne Updegraif Clapp. 

School Mercershurg Academy, Mercerahurg, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Teacher of music. 

Address (home) 222 Pine St., WUliamsport, Pa. 

(business) 41 Hatothom St., Cambridge, Mass. 

After leaving college I spent four years in Europe study- 
ing music in Munich, Berlin and Paris, and travelling in the 
summer. On my return, I taught for a year in Cambridge, 
and since 1905, have been connected with the music depart- 
ment at Harvard, from 1905-10 as instructor, and since that 
time as assistant professor. I had a year's leave of absence 
in 1912-13 during which I ambled through Sicily, Italy and 
the Dolomites. I have composed : Minuet in B minor (Bos- 
ton Music Co., 1900), Intermezzo in E flat minor (G. Schir- 
mer, 1907), Scherzo in G minor (G. Schirmer, 1907), Ni^t 
Song for Mixed Voices and Pianoforte (G. Schirmer, 1910), 
Night Song, arranged for Women's Voices and Pianoforte 
(G. Schirmer, 1910) . Member : Harvard Club of Boston, Har- 
vard Musical Association, St. Botolph Club. 



CARL GUY HERBERT 

Bom Peacham, Yt., July 8, 1876. 

Parents John Herbert, Clara Alice Ouy. 

School Somerville High School, SomervUle, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1891-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

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Married Helen Wight Chadboume, Waltham, Mc99„ May It,. 

19U, 
Business Automobile machini$U 

Address 73 Brown St., Waltham, Mass, 

[Mr. Herbert adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 



CHARLES BROOKS HERSEY 

Bom CheUea, Mass,, Jan. 29, 1878, 

Parents Charles Holton Heraey, Ella Frances Chenev^ 

School Chelsea High School, Chelsea, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901. 

Married Margaret Bertha Sprague, Somerville, Mass., July 

27, 1904. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 456 Potomac Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

(business) Masten Park High School, Buffalo, N. Y^ 

Since graduation from college I have been a science 
teacher. My first year of teaching was at Adams Academy 
in Quincy, under the mastership of the late Dr. William 
Everett, son of the orator. After teaching a year in the 
Concord (Massachusetts) High School, I became instructor 
in physics in Masten Park High School in Buffalo, which is 
my present position. The old building, burned about three 
years ago, has been replaced by an up-to-date structure,, 
which has as one of its distinguishing features an unusually 
complete equipment for the teaching of physics and chemis- 
try. Outside of my professional interests in science teach- 
ing, my time is occupied with music, gardening, amateur 
photography, and the work of the Audubon societies in bird 
study and protection. In connection with the latter, I am 
making photographs of wild birds and giving illustrated 
talks to boy scouts and school children. I have written: 
National Physics Note Book, (A Laboratory Manual) by 
George M. Turner and C. Brooks Hersey. (Published by Ia 

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^. Knott Apparatus Co., Boston, 1905). Member: New 
York State Science Teachers' Association, Physics Club of 
Western New York, Buffalo Schoolmasters' Association, 
High School Men's Club of Buffalo, Audubon Society of 
Buffalo, Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Phi Beta Eappa 
Club of Buffalo, Harvard Club of Buffalo. 



WILLIAM CHARLES HESS 

Bom Everett, Mass., Oct, 4, 1871. 

Parents John Jacob Hess, OatJiarine Elieaheth Jaeger. 

'School Everett High School, Everett, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

I^egrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Elizabeth Catherine Baumann, New York, N. Y., 

Sept. 1, 1904. 
Business Journalist. 

Address (home) 514 Jefferson Boulevard, R. D., Prince 

Bay, N. Y. 
(business) S2 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

On leaving Harvard, I made a bicycle tour of Europe, 
taking in the Paris Exposition and the Passion Play in com- 
pany with several other college men, doing the cattle punch- 
ing stunt on the way over. Returning in the fall, too late to 
secure a position to teach, I drifted, as many another univer- 
sity man has, into the newspaper game, at which, sad to relate 
I still stick. Was connected at the outset with **The United 
States Investor,'' owned by the father of F. P. Bennett Jr., 
1900, subsequently taking the position of financial editor of 
the ** Journal of Commerce.'* Afterward, I accepted an offer 
from the Comtelburo of London, furnishing Wall Street mat- 
ter for the ** London Times" and other English papers. At 
present I am holding down the berth of coffee and sugar editor 
on the ** Journal of Commerce. " My literary labors are other- 
wise confined to correspondence for outside papers in the in- 
terior and several articles for the New York Chamber of Com- 
merce annual report. Have dabbled a little in politics without 
Actually running for office, having the honor of supporting 

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rather much all the ** lemons" who set out to reform this cos- 
mopolitan village. Was active in debating clubs for some 
years prior to becoming a suburbanite, but at present chickens 
and gardening are my hobbies. I took the cup for best appear- 
ing *' Little Farm" at Annadale, Staten Island, and also the 
cup for the largest tomato. Was active in the formation of 
the Annadale Country Club of which I am a director and 
treasurer. Was president of the local branch of the Civic 
League, which organization, among other things, secured 
rural free delivery, for in these wilds of New York City the 
post carrier never visits us. Was married ten years ago and the 
rest of the family is still bossing the roost. Member: Anna- 
dale Country Club, Staten Island Civic League. 



FRANCIS LEE HIGGINSON JR. 



Bom Boston, Mass,, Nov. 29, 1877, 

Parents Francis Lee Higginson, Julia Borland, 

School Qroton Bchool, CHroton, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900. 

Married Hetty Appleton Sargent, Boston, Mass., June 7, 

1905, 
Children Francis Lee, June 5, 1906; Joan, March 7, 1908. 

Business Banker and Broker. 

Address (home) 215 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass, 

(business) 44 Btate St., Boston, Mass. 



After college I went round the world with Burden, 
Saltonstall and Jay (all 1900). In October, 1901, went to 
work for Lee, Higginson and Co. In 1902 and 1903 I 
coached the University crew. I was married June 7, 1905, 
and in December of the same year I went to London to 
work for Higginson, Tottie and Co. On January 1, 1907, 
I became a partner of this firm, the name of which was 
changed four months later to Higginson and Co. I returned 
home at the end of 1910 and on January 1, 1911, became a 
partner of Lee, Higginson and Co., where I have remained. 

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STEPHEN HIGGINSON JR 

Born 2Jew York, N. Y., March i, 1877. 

School Columhia College. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1901. 
Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901). 

Address Unknown. 

[Not heard from.] 



HARRY MORTIMER HIGINBOTHAM 

Bom Chicago, III., Oct. 22, 1868. 

Parents Harlow Niles Higinhotham, Rachel Dahrel Davi- 

son. 

School Harvard School, Chicago, III. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Natalie Blair, Aurora, III., May 11, 1904. 

Children Blair, March 21, 1905; Priscilla, April If, 1909. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 1506 Maple Ave., Evanston, III. 

(business) 1200 First National Bank Buildi$tgt 
Chicago, III. 



[Not heard from.] 



EDMUND BAYFIELD HILLIARD 

Bom Little Washington, Pa., Feb. 5, 1878. 

Parents Samuel Haven HUliard, Alice Ann Johnstone. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Edith Lockyer, Freeland, Toronto, April SO, 191S. 

Business Superintendent, Berkshire Industrial Farm. 

Address Berkshire Industrial Farm, Canaan, N. T. 

In the fall of 1900 I was with D. A. Praser and Co., Bos- 
ton agent of T. Y. Crowell, New York, publishers. In the 
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teach in Trinity School, was there till June 1902. Spent the 
summer in Germany. Entered Episcopal Theological 
School, Cambridge, Mass., in the fall. Left on account of 
scruples of conscience in January, 1903; went to New 
York, visited Hot Springs, Va., Washington, Philadelphia. 
Was appointed master to teach English and BVench at the- 
Morristown School for Boys in the fall of 1903. Stayed 
there five years, making one trip to Europe. Became 
English master at Oroton School in 1908. Remained three 
years. Became superintendent of Reform School for 100* 
delinquent boys (committed or surrendered for four years) 
at the Berkshire Industrial Farm, Canaan, N. Y., where I 
have been since. 

LOUIS EVERETT MILLIARD 

Bom Boston, Mass., Sept. 2S, 1878. 

Parents Frank Hittiard, Laura Smith. 

School Classical High School, Lynn, Mass, 

Years in College 18961900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Margaret E. Brotvn, Bangor, Me., July 1, 1909^ 

Children Louis Everett, Jr., June 1, 1910 

Business Leather dealer and shoe manufacturer. 

Address (home) 7 Center St, Waterville, Me. 

(business) Edgemont Ave., Waterville, Me. 

Elected Mayor of Waterville, Me., 1914. 

ARTHUR STEDMAN HILLS 

Bom Boston, Mass., July 17, 1876. 

Parents Joseph Alden Hills, Ly(^*a Stedman. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1906. 

Business Lau>yer. 

Address (home) Bretton Hall, Broadway and 86th St., Nevr 

York, N. Y. 
(business) 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. 

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After the dissolution of the law firm of Nixdorff, Bacon 
and Hills, Congress Street, Boston, Mass., in 1907, I became 
associated with Messrs. Sullivan and Cromwell, attorneys, 49 
Wall Street, New York City, and at once plunged into the 
maelstrom of New York practice. Gradually my work de- 
veloped toward the law of public service companies. About 
two years later, in March, 1909, I entered the service of The 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company for the purpose 
of organizing for that company a department devoted to the 
study of public service questions, with particular reference 
to the activities of the state public service commissions and 
of the Interstate Commerce Commission. The new depart- 
ment was called the ** Public Relations Bureau" and was es- 
tablished in Boston. The pleasure of being again in my home 
town was, however, soon terminated. In October, 1909, the 
Public Relations Bureau was transferred to New York City 
and annexed to the legal department of the Telephone Com- 
pany there, under the name of ** Bureau of Commission Re- 
search." Prom that time on, until about the end of 1914, I 
devoted myself to the study of the law of public service. 
During the first two or three years, my work took me at 
times to various parts of the United States and Canada, to 
investigate conditions and assemble needed information. I 
equipped the legal department of The American Telephone 
and Telegraph Company — the parent company of the Bell 
system — with men and records, so that prompt and accurate 
advice could be given its associated companies upon all ques- 
tions arising in connection with commission regulation. I 
built up for that company the most complete library of com- 
mission reports in the country; compiled and edited a series 
of books knowns as ** Commission Telephone Cases" in four 
volumes; inaugurated and edited the so-called ** Commission 
Leaflets," now approaching the fortieth issue, the first pub- 
lished collection of commission decisions; organized a re- 
porting system through which the parent Bell Company re- 
ceived direct information each month from its special agents 
in every state in the Union ; supervised the preparation of a 
''Comparative Summary of Commission Laws," now in its 

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third edition ; and instituted a series of special reports to vari- 
ous departments of the company. I will not go further into the 
details of this work. It was absorbing and interesting. On 
December 1, 1914, having severed my connection with the 
telephone interests, I accepted a position with the electric 
interests, to assist in organizing for them a branch of work 
resembling that which I had organized for the telephone in- 
terests. The new position took me to Colorado Springs, Colo., 
where I am still working in association with a number of 
specialists in public service questions. I have written the 
following articles : The Origin and Growth of Public Service 
Commissions; The Purchase of the National Telephone Com- 
pany by the British PostofRce; the Telephone as a Public 
Utility. Member : Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Law 
School Association, Pi Eta Graduates' Club of New York, 
American Economic Association, National Geographic So- 
ciety, Amateur Comedy Club of New York, Atlantic Yacht 
Club, Accountants* Theories and Talks Club, Cheyenne 
Mountain Country Club (Colorado), El Paso Club (Colo- 
rado). 

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Parents 


Boston, Mn88., May 25, 1879. 

Patrick Joseph Hinchey, Margaret Emma John- 


School 

Years in College 

Died 


SOtl. 

English High Schooh Boston, Mass. 

1896-1899. 

July 12, 1911, in Chicago, III. 



John Peter Hinchey died at Chicago, 111., on July 12, 1911, 
from injuries received in an automobile accident. He prepared 
for college at the Boston English High School. The connec- 
tions of the business which he entered after leaving college 
were very broad and as a result he travelled extensively in 
this country and in Europe. During the last three years of 
his life his interests kept him busily engaged in Chicago. 

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THOMAS THAYER HINKLEY 

Bom Beaton, Mass., Dec. 9, 1879, 

Parents Eugene Bergin Hinkley, Helen Thayer, 

School Miss SmiWs 8chooh Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 54 Carver Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. 

(business) 59 State St., Boston, Mass. 

I entered the Harvard Law School in the autumn of 1900 
and studied there three years. In my final year I broke 
down in health and was unable even to take my final exam- 
ination in that year. In January, 1904, I was admitted to 
the Massachusetts bar. I was then in the office of Boyden, 
Bradlee and Twombly. I was there one year and have 
since been in for myself at 53 State Street, Boston, where 
I am still located. My business is mostly the care of other 
people's property which has not yet added materially to 
my own. I have done some court work, but largely in the 
Probate Court. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Men's 
aub of St. Paul's, Newton Highlands. 

DAVID CHARLES HIRSCH 

Born Georgetown, Col., Dec. 18, 1878. 

Parents Adolph Hirsch, Rachel Hirsch. 

School Central High School, Kansas City, Mo. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190S. 

Married Flora J. Oppenheimer, New York, N. Y., Aug. fP, 

1912. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) S12 West 9Sd St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

I am still engaged in the general practice of law in New 
York City. Member: Harvard Law School Association of 
New York City, New York County Lawyers' Association, 
Missouri Society. 

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MAX HIRSCH 

Bom Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. SO, 1877. 

Parents Simon Hirach, Rosa Levi. 

School Franklin School, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married EMe Wyler, Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1906. 

Business Distiller. 

Address (home) JfOlS Beechwood Ave., Rose Hill, Cincin- 

nati, Ohio, 
(business) S. W. Cor. Third and Race Sts., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Immediately after leaving college I entered into the em- 
ploy of the Star Distillery Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. I am now 
vice-president and treasurer of that concern. I have taken 
an active interest in civic and philanthropic matters. Mem- 
ber: Executive Committee Cincinnati Bureau of Municipal 
Research, Board of Governors of United Jewish Charities, 
Harvard Club of Cincinnati, University Club, Business Men's 
Club, Chamber of Commerce, Losantiville Country Club 
(former president), Phoenix Club, Cincinnati Automobile 
Club, Efficiency Society, Elks. 

HERBERT SIMON HIRSHBERG 

Bom Boston, Mass., July 7, 1879. 

Parents Simon Hirshberg, Eva Warshauer. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; B.L.S. (Bachelor Library Science) 

(New York State Library School), 1905 (1907). 
Married Blanche Agnes Leona Lowe, MeadvUle, Pa., June 

16, 1910. 
Business Librarian. 

Address, (home) 2S05 Fulton St., Toledo, Ohio. 

(business) Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio. 

Since December 1, 1914, I have been librarian of the 
Toledo Public Library. After leaving college in 1899, I 
spent three years in business and as private tutor. In 1902 
I entered the service of the Boston Public Library. Prom 

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1903-1905 I was a student at the New York State Library 
School at Albany. Since then I have served successively in 
the Library of Congress, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg, 
and the Cleveland Public Library, where I was reference 
librarian for six years, previous to my coming to Toledo. 
Prom 1912-1914 I was vice-president of the Ohio Library 
Association. Member : American Library Association, 
Ohio Library Association. 

CONRAD HOBBS 

Bom Boston, Mass,, April SO, 1878. 

Parents Warren D. Hohhs, Annie F. Kettelh 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A,B„ 1900. 

Married Jessie Langmaid, Boston, Nov, 7, 1906, 

Children Nancy, May 12, 1908; Elizabeth, April U, 1911. 

Business Wool merchant. 

Address (home) S18 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 18 Matthews St., Boston, Mass. 

Since leaving college I have been hard at work in the wool 
business, becoming a member of the firm of Hobbs, Taft and 
Co. in 1903. With the exception of a few business trips 
to England and the West, I have stayed in Boston with my 
nose pretty close to the grindstone. Married in November, 
1906. We went to Europe on our honeymoon, travelling in 
England and Italy. The past year, owing to the illness of 
my father, I have had to assume the responsibility of the man- 
agement of the business. I am a director in the Samoset 
Worsted Mills of Woonsocket, R. I., and the Whitman Milla 
of New Bedford, Mass. Member: Harvard Club of Boston,. 
Union Club, Algonquin Club, Country Club. 

ROBERT HOE 

Bom New York, N. T., Feb. 24, 1876. 

Parents Robert Hoe, Olivia PJ^lps James. 

School LawrenceviXle School, LawrencevUle, N. J. 

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Married Ethel Louise Dodd, New York, N. Y,, Nov. 1, 1900. 

Business Manufacturer, 

Address (home) Port Washington, N. Y, 

(busineas) Care of Duplex Printing Press Co., Bat" 
tie Creek, Mich. 

Since leaving college I have been engaged in the business 
of manufacturing printing presses, and just at this time I 
am president and general manager of the Duplex Printing 
Press Co. of Battle Creek, Michigan. Member : Quill Club 
of New York, Harvard Club of New York, American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers, Grolier Club, New York. 

CHARLES ALBERT HOLBROOK 

Bom Melrose, Mass,, June 26, 1878, 

Parents John Lincoln Holbrook, Estelle Scott, 

School Melrose High Bchool, Melrose, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; MJ)., 1908. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) S88 Main St, HaverhiU, Mass. 

(business) 60 Merrimack Bt, Haverhill, Mass. 

After leaving college I spent foiur years teaching chemistry 
at LawrenceviUe School in New Jersey. In 1904 I came back 
to the Medical School for four years. After graduation I 
was house physician at the Boston Lying-in Hospital for six 
months, and then surgical house officer at the Massachusetts 
General Hospital for 16 months. I came to Haverhill in 
1910, where I have been ever sinve. Member: Pentucket 
Club of Haverhill, Haverhill Medical Club, Massachusetts 
Medical Society. 

ALBERT MILLER HOLDEN 

Bom March 16, 1875, 

Parents James Marshall Holden, Catherine Elieaheth 

Miller, 
School Philadelphia Manual Training School, PhUa- 

delphia, Pa, 
Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Address San Antonio, Texas, 

[Not heard from.] 

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ARTHUR BATES HOLDEN 

Born Quincy, Mass., Nov. 10, 1878. 

Parents John Oliver Holden, Marion (Hbba Beat. 

School Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Barah Helen Whicher, Quincy, Mass., Nov. 28, 

1904. 
Business Note broker. 

Address (home) 478 Berkeley Ave., South Orange, N. /. 

(business) 4S Wall 8t., New York, N. T. 

With the exception of the first two years after graduating 
from college, during which time I was in the stock brokerage 
business in Boston, I have been with my present firm, Hath- 
away, Smith, Folds and Co., note brokers. I started in the 
Boston office of this firm and moved to New York in 1904, 
and in 1910 was admitted to partnership in this business. The 
only travels of any extent that I have taken have included a 
trip to Europe in 1908 and a trip to the Panama Canal and 
the West Indies in 1913. Member: Downtown Association of 
New York, Union League Club of New York, Harvard Club 
of New York, Harvard Club of New Jersey, Essex County 
Country Club of New Jersey, Orange Lawn Tennis Club of 
New Jersey. 

RUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND 

Bom Louisville, Ky., Oct. 15, 1878. 

Parents Jam^ea WUliam Holland, Mary Rupert. 

School William Penn Charter School, PhUadetphia, Pa. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B. (University of Pennsylvania), 

1908. 
Business Lavyyer, Author. 

Address (home) 2006 Cfhestnut St., Phitadelphia, Pa. 

(business) 82S Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

After leaving college I studied at the Law School of the 
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and was admitted to the bar in the same year. For a time 
I practised in the office of a law firm, and then began 
private practice with several friends. In 1904 I became 
the attorney of the Legal Aid Society of Philadelphia and 
continued in that position until 1910. Meanwhile I had 
become very much interested in writing. Having prepared 
some historical stories for **St. Nicholas*' I was asked to 
write a series of historical books for boys, and a set of six 
of these volumes followed. A book I wrote on modem 
Italy led to my doing a certain amount of lecturing on the 
same subject for the University Extension Society. I have 
also just finished a life of William Penn for a new series of 
American biographies to be published by the Macmillan 
Company. Last year I became literary adviser of the J. B. 
Lippincott Company, so that my work now lies in three 
fields, the law, writing, and publishing. The latter is a 
considerable help to a writer, as it gives him a first-hand 
opportunity to study the value of manuscripts. Several 
years ago I spent a short time in the South, editing a series 
of wartime letters. This proved a delightful field of study 
and observation, particularly the Sea Islands of South 
Carolina. At present I am one of the directors of the 
Apprentices Library of Philadelphia. I have written: 
The Citizen's Handbook, (Geo. W. Jacobs and Co., 1904), 
The Count at Harvard, (L. C. Page and Co., 1906), Build- 
<ers of United Italy, (Henry Holt and Co., 1908), The 
Man in The Tower, (J. B. Lippincott Co., 1909), Historic 
Boyhoods, (Geo. W. Jacobs and Co., 1909), Historic Girl- 
hoods, (Geo. W. Jacobs and Co., 1910), The Boy Scouts of 
Birch-Bark Island, (Lippincott, 1911), Historic Inventions, 
(Geo. W. Jacobs and Co., 1911), The Knights of the Golden 
Spur, (Century Co., 1912), Historic Poems and Ballads, 
(Geo. W. Jacobs and Co., 1912), The Heart of Sally Temple, 
(McBride, Nast and Co., 1913), Historic Adventures, (Geo. 
W. Jacobs and Co., 1913), Historic Heroes of Chivalry, 
(Geo. W. Jacobs and Co., 1914), William Penn, (The Mac- 
millan Co., 1915). Member: University Club. Philadelphia; 
Franklin Inn Club, Philadelphia; Sons of the Revolution, 

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Harvard dub, Philadelphia; Harvard Club, New York; 
Merion Cricket Club, Haverf ord ; Law Association of Phila- 
delphia, Sharswood Law Club. 

JOHN HODGMAN HOLLIDAY 

Born 8t Louis, Mo„ April 16, 1879, 

Parents Joseph Henry HoUiday, Anne Wade Hodgman. 

School Belmont School, Belmont, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1909, 

Married Marjorie Plimpton Thomhurgh, Rye Beach, N, JET., 

Sept. 1, 1909. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 20 North Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo. 

(business) 506 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo, 

In September, 1900, I entered the Harvard Law School 
and completed the full course, receiving my degree in June, 
1903. Immediately thereafter I came to St. Louis and 
entered the office of Johnson and Richards, being admitted 
to the Missouri bar on October 11, 1903. I remained in this 
office until January 1, 1908, when I formed my present 
connection with S. W. Fordyce Jr., and Thomas W. White, 
under the firm name of Fordyce, HoUiday and White. The 
practice of the law has occupied my entire time since leav- 
ing the Law School, although I did serve a term as member 
of the House of Delegates, the lower branch of our Muni- 
cipal Assembly from 1909 till 1911. Member: St. Louis 
Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association, American Bar 
Association. 

BY AM HOLLINGS 

Bom Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 6, 1877. 

Parents John Charles HolUngs, Ellen Louisa Byam. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1898-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; M,D„ 1906, 

Business Physician, 

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After college I went to the Harvard Medical School and 
was graduated in 1906. Then I served as surgical interne 
at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Following this I 
went into general medical practice for two years and then 
returned to the Massachusetts General Hospital in an ad- 
ministrative capacity, and am still in that work. Member: 
Boylston Club (medical), Oakley Country Club. 



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Bom Newton, Mass,, April 29, 1877, 

Parents Joseph Edward Hollis, Pamela M, Fisk, 

School Newton High School, Newton, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1899, 

Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Maud Louise Bmith, Auhurndale, Mass,, April 20, 

1907, 
Children Elizabeth Mildred, May 30, 1908; Arthur Weston, 

Aug, 19, 1913; Henry Kettelle, Jan. S, 1916, 
Business Insurance tyroker. 

Address (home) 158 Central 8t„ Auhurndale, Mxus, 

(business) 85 Water St,, Boston, Mass, 



I left college at the end of my Junior year, having com- 
pleted enough courses at that time for my degree. I spent 
the summer of 1899 in Europe, and in November of the same 
year entered the employ of George 0. Carpenter and Son, 
insurance agents, in Boston. I have been engaged as an 
insurance broker ever since, and at the present time I am 
located at 85 Water Street, Boston, with Field and Cowles, 
New England managers of the Royal Insurance Co. and 
agents of several other leading companies. I took my degree 
with the class in 1900. I have taken several trips to Ber- 
muda but have had no time for other travelling since entering 
business. In December, 1914, I was elected to the Board of 
Aldermen of the City of Newton, and am serving in that body 
at the present time. Member: Harvard Club of Boston,. 
Newton Civic Club, The Players, Newton. 

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JONATHAN HILLER HOLMES 

Born Mattapoiaett, Mass,, Oct, 18, 1876. 

Parents Reuben Fish Holmes, Ophelia Butler Bowles. 

School Elmira Free Academy, Elmira, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B. (New York Law School), 1904. 

Married Bertha Bolivia Allen, Marion, Mass., July 6, 1907. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 6S0 West Hlth St., New York, N. Y. 
(business) HI 6th Ave., New York, N. Y. 

His time is seriously employed and his work is most inter- 
esting; but like many other modest men, he feels that the 
incidents of any narrative he might write, interesting and 
important as they might be to himself, would not interest 
others. [Ed.] 

WALTER HOLSINGER 
(formerly Walter Herburt Holsinger) 

Bom Wolcotville, Ind., Dec. 19, 1875. 

Parents John Holsinger, Sumn Denman. 

School Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1899. 

Degrees A.B. (University of Michigan), 1900. 

Married Mary Lockwood Bradshaw, Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 

11, 1908. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 5101 Belmont Ave., Minneapolis, Minn, 

(business) Plymouth Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Upon leaving college in 1899, I entered the law department 
of the University of Michigan, at the same time taking 
enough work in the literary department to make the degree 
that year, which I obtained in 1900. I determined, however, 
to return to the Harvard Law School the following fall for 
the sake of the more mature methods and quality of work 
obtainable there. I experienced the full joy of the prodigal 
in returning to the ** indefatigable forgiveness" of home. 

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Still, I had lost a year and was compelled to leave, at the 
end of my second year, for Minneapolis. My entire time and 
strength has gone into my work — with one exception. My 
trial work has been delightfully extensive and varied, ranging 
from rate cases before the Interstate Commerce Commission 
to the defence of personal injury cases for an insurance com- 
pany. Whatever success I've had is grounded upon the fine 
training we had at Cambridge, not only in law school, but 
especially in college; and so I'm looking keenly at the June 
calendar and the map near Cape Cod, for I mean to pay the 
debt of gratitude I owe to Alma Mater and greet the fellows 
of 1900. The exceptions, outside the family, are gardening 
and an amateur symphony orchestra. The latter I organized 
five years ago. Last year one hundred players, covering all 
the sections of a professional symphony, gave a concert in 
our auditorium. The *' Musical Courier," a Boston journal, 
pronounced it the finest orchestra, amateur, in the country. 
We play for settlement houses, the school board, employees 
of department stores, and Soldiers' Home. It's good fun and 
my only contribution to society outside of my work. We have 
one boy and he's for Harvard. Member: Minneapolis Com- 
mercial Club, Interlachen Golf Club. 

WILLIAM LELAND HOLT 

Bom Colorado Springs, Coh, Dec. tO, 1878. 

Years in College 1896-1899; 1900-1901; 1901-1905, 

Degrees A.B,, 1901; M.D., 1905. 

Married Polly Dawson, Philadelphia, June U, 1905. 

Children William Leland, Jr., AprU 17, 1906; Julia Austin, 

June 1, 1910; Eleanor Lihhy, March, 1912. 
Business Public Health officer. 

Address 27 Highland Place, Maplewood, N. J. 

Seeing no outlook for medical practice in Banning, Cal., 
where I settled in 1909, I returned to Freiburg in Baden, 
Germany, with my small family the fall of 1910. I gave 
up all idea of returning to medical practice, and planned to 
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economic causes of diseases. I took a course in medical 
sociology at the University of Freiburg that winter, and 
wrote several articles on the (Jerman **Krankenkassen" 
(mutual sick and death benefit societies). But I found that 
in order to investigate my subject successfully I should 
have to travel and spend considerable money, which I could 
not do on account of my family. So I had to give up my 
original plan, and look for some way of increasing my small 
private income. After asking the advice of several class- 
mates, who were teaching various subjects, I decided to 
prepare myself to teach biology, especially zoology on my 
return to the U. S. A., and the fall of 1911 I matriculated 
at the University and began work in earnest for a Ph. D. 
in zoology. I soon discovered a small group of earnest, 
athletic and strictly abstinent students at the University, 
who were enthusiastic idealists. I was welcomed heartily 
and helped to found the abstinent '^Verbindung Freiland." 
Our society differed from the old German ** Corps," not 
only in the absence of gay caps and costumes, fighting and 
drinking, but also in admitting women students, who are 
now attending all German universities in large numbers. 
After three years of German life we returned to Boston in 
order for me to finish my thesis on butterflies at Harvard. 
But on learning that there were better opportunities in 
public health work than in teaching I decided to change 
my plans, and entered the new School for Health Officers 
of Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and 
after a stiff oral examination before four professors, ob- 
tained a Certificate in Public Health. In September I 
secured the position I now hold here in Jacksonville with 
the Florida State Board of Health. I have written: 
Economical Factors in Eugenics, (Popular Science Monthly, 
November, 1913). 

FRANKLIN GIBSON HOPKINS 

Bom Champaign, III., Feb, 27, 1879, 

Parents William Cyprian Hopkins, Julia Oibson, 

School Toledo High School, Toledo, Ohio, 

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1904. 


Children 


Julia Geraldine, Dec. 19, 1909. 


Easiness 


Editor and composer. 


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Hnrvard Club, New York, N. Y. 



Pounder and first editor ** Musical Advance," monthly 
magazine, New York, 1913. Promoter and manager New 
York Plectrum Orchestra, 1912-1913, giving a season of 
concerts at Aeolian Hall, N. Y. I am composer of Great 
English Poets' Album (thirty songs). Modem Poets' Album 
(twenty songs), (Cecil Mackie, Inc., New York, 1913), 
Keats Album (8 songs), Shakespeare Album (6 songs), 
(Novello and Co., New York, 1913), twenty-two hymn 
tunes. Member: Harvard Club, Liberal Club, Musicians' 
Club and Manhattan Chess Club, all of New York City. 

JOHN DENNIS HORGAN 

Born Boston, Mass., Feb. 29, 1876. 

Parents Matthias Joseph Horgan, Susan Maria Oarrity. 

School Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Address Unknown. 

[It is reported to the Secretary that John Dennis Horgan 
is dead. Information is desired.] 



ANDREW LIGHT HORST 

Born Lebanon, Pa., March 9, 1878. 

Parents Samuel Shenk Horst, Clara L. Light. 

School Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (Columbia University), 1901. 

Married Yirdo O. Snider, Waynesboro, Pa., Sept. 19, 1901. 

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Business Statistician. 

Address (home) Jfil Marlboro Road, Tonker$, y. T. 

(huaineaa) 2629 Grand Central Station, New York, 
N.T. 

[Mr. Horot adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



WALTER ALEXIS HOSLEY 

Bom Spring/leldy Mass,, July 15, 1878. 

Parents Charles David Hosley, Harriet NewM Merriam, 

School St. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ)., 1904. 

Married Caroline Simmons Eddy, Newton, Mass., Nov. 2$, 

1904. 
Children Eleanor Merriam, Feb. 18, 1906; Ruth BramhaU, 

June SO, 1909. 
Business Physicton. 

Address 145 Clarendon St., Springfield, Mass. 

After leaving college I entered the Harvard Medical 
School from which I was graduated in June, 1904. I then 
served two years as medical house-officer at the Boston City 
Hospital, after which I completed short services as medical 
house-officer at the Children's Hospital and house surgeon 
at the New York Lying-in Hospital. For the past seven 
years I have been engaged in general practice in Spring- 
field. At the present time I am medical director of the local 
Baby Finding Association, clerk of the Anti-Tuberculosis 
Association and secretary of the Clinical Club. Member; 
American Medical Association, Massachusetts Medical 
Society, Springfield Academy of Medicine, Springfield 
Medical Association, Clinical Club, Winthrop Club. 

ftenn? Josepb ftosmet 

Bom Concord, Mass., June 8, 1876. 

Parents Henry Joseph Hosmer, Laura Anna Whitney. 

School Concord High School, Concord, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

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Degrees AJS„ 1900; LLJB., 1904 (1905). 

Married Edna Wadstoarth Hud9on, Concord, Mai8., BepU 

24, 1906. 
Died Aug. 17, 1911, at Rowe, Mass. 

Henry Joseph Hosmer died of a hemorrhage August 17, 
1911, at Bowe, Massachusetts. He attended the Concord, 
Massachusetts, High School before entering college. After 
receiving the degree of LL.B. from the Harvard Law School 
in 1905 (as of 1904) he decided not to engage in active prac- 
tice. Accordingly he settled in Concord and took great in- 
terest and pleasure in his farm there. On September 24, 
1906, he was married to Edna Wadsworth Hudson. He was 
one of the officers of the Concord Historical Society. During 
the last few years of his life he was interested in Christian 
Scence and for some time before his death was reader in the 
Christian Science Church in Concord. His friends will re- 
member him as a man simple and modest, thoughtful and con- 
siderate for everyone who came into his life, and of the 
highest ideals. 

£&wat& TiSlbftfn0 1iowat& 

Bom Paris, France, May 20, 1S78. 

Parents William Henry Howard, Anna Dwighi Whiting. 

School 8t. PauTs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees AJS., 1900. 

Married Olivia Lansdale, Baltimore, Md., June, 1906. 

Children Olivia, Mar. 12, 1906; William Henry; Anne; Ger- 

trude Whitwell; Marion. 
Died Jan. 19, 1915, in San Francisco, Cal. 

Edward Whiting Howard was bom at Paris, France, May 
20, 1878. While he was a boy he travelled much in Europe 
with his parents. He prepared for college at St. Paul 
School, Concord, N. H. Soon after his graduation from Har- 
vard his father died. The settling of his father's estate in- 
volved much very important work, which he accomplished in 
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in connection with the estate his ability became recognized 
And he became connected with the management of a number 
of important businesses. His chief interest was the breeding 
of thoroughbred shorthorn cattle, and also sheep and horses. 
Some of the polo ponies bred by him were played in the inter- 
national polo matches. He was president of the Howard 
Cattle Company. For ten years he was a member of the 
State Board of Agriculture of California, on which he served 
wth great credit. He did much to advance cattle-breeding 
and agriculture in general in California, and his work in 
cattle-breeding was of nation-wide importance. In connec- 
tion with this occupation he travelled very widely through- 
out the western part of this country. He was president of 
the California Live Stock Breeders' Association, a vice-presi- 
dent of the California Cattlemen's Protective Association, 
and a director of one of the national breeders' associations. 
He wrote very frequently for different agricultural and 
breeders' papers. His genius for organization was remark- 
able and his capacity for work and his efficiency in whatever 
he undertook were most unusual. At his home at San Mateo, 
Cal., he was a director of the San Mateo National Bank and 
was an active member of the San Mateo Polo Club. He was 
one of the most skilful players in the club and very often 
appeared on the club team in matches. At the time of his 
death he was a member of one of the committees of the Pana- 
ma Pacific Exposition at San Francisco. In January, 1915, 
he was injured in an elevator accident at Los Angles, Cal., 
and died on January 19. 

HAROLD SHAFTER HOWARD 

Bom Oakland, Cal,, Jan, 25, 1878. 

Parents Charles Wehb Howard, Emma Lovell Shaffer, 

School 8t, Marias School, Southhorough, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1899, 

Business Free lance journalism. 

Address (home) Pi. Reyes Station, Cal. 

(business) 27 West Uth St„ New York, N. Y. 

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After leaving college at the end of my ** second sopho- 
more" year, I spent the summer in my native State, Cali- 
fornia, and in the fall of that year chanced to meet Harry 
James on my return from a visit to the State Pair at Sacra- 
mento. He was on his way from Washington State, where 
he had been engaged as a ** student assistant" in the first 
U. S. Forest Survey on the coast, and said that there would 
be several vacancies if I was looking for a job. The only 
other time I had met this '* ex-student assistant" was in a 
botany course in Cambridge where the professor told us 
that a tomato was a berry and that a strawberry was a 
vegetable, and as I have been a student of paradox ever 
since, I think I gained the impetus from the one week I 
remained in that botany course, from which I resigned, to 
try for the Lampoon, much to my joy and Lampy's sorrow. 
To return to my life history, I went to Eureka in Humboldt 
county with the Forest Survey. On returning to San 
Francisco after this expedition was over, I entered the 
American Steel Wire Co. where I was employed until the 
summer of 1900, when I was offered a ** raise." I then de- 
<jided to complete my college course at Stanford University, 
which I entered in the fall. Shortly after my initiation into 
the Delta Upsilon Fraternity, in the same year, I left Stan- 
ford on account of a slight attack of nervous prostration. 
Ever since then I have been a mere student, and in 1905 
began to write for a Chicago magazine. This led to my 
writing later for the daily papers in Newburgh, N. Y., 
where I lived for six years, and for the New York papers. 
T expect to go into the dairy business in California as my 
approaching opportunity in that line is coincident with 
my present inclination. Member: Harvard Club of New 
York. 

GEORGE PLUMMER HOWE 

Bom Lawrence, Mass., Dec, 11, 1878, 

Parents Octaviua Thomdike Howe, Elizabeth Plummer. 

&hool 8t. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

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Years in College 1696.1900. 

Degrees AJB,, 1900; M.D, 1904. 

Married Marion Dudley Endicott, Weston, Mass., Sept. 20, 

1911. 
Business Physician. 

Address (home) 154 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 29 Gloucester Bt, Boston, Mass. 

Entered Harvard Medical School, graduating in 1904. 
Was appointed surgical house officer at Boston City Hospi- 
tal, 1904-1906. After leaving hospital, did not care to 
practise, so went to Alaska, and spent sixteen months 
on the north coast between Pt. Barrow and the Ca- 
nadian line, returning to San Francisco on a whaler 
in the fall of 1907. Then practised medicine for two 
years in Lawrence, Mass., served on the out-patient 
staff of the Lawrence General Hospital. Becoming inter- 
ested in archaeology, resigned and entered Graduate 
School at Harvard in fall 1909. Next year was Austin 
teaching fellow. Spent the summer of 1911 in Yucatan. 
Since then in practice in Boston. Member: St. Botolph 
Club, Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of Boston, 
Union Boat Club of Boston, Royal Societies Club of London, 
England, Harvard Travellers Club of Boston, Brae Burn 
Country Club. 

OSBORNE HOWES 

Bom Boston, Mass., Aug. 6, 1877. 

Parents Oshorne Howes, Grace Bartow. 

School Hopkinson's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees AJS., 1900. 

Married Mildred E. Cox, Brookline, Mass., Nov. 4, 1909. 

Business Btockbroker. 

Address (home) Woodland Road, Chestnut HiXl, Mass. 

(business) 60 State Bt, Boston, Mass. 

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1911, 1 became a member of the firm of Bartlett Bros, and Co. 
of Boston, stockbrokers, having previously purchased a seat 
on the New York Stock Exchange. As the stockbroking 
business has not been excessively active during the past 
few years, my wife and I have taken the opportunity at 
various times to make camping trips in Maine and the 
Canadian Northwest, and to get some fishing in Florida in 
the winters. Do not seem to have had any honorable 
positions thrust upon me as yet. Member: Union, Ex- 
change, The Country Club, Eastern Yacht Club, Beverly 
Yacht Club, Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, Longwood Cricket 
Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of New York. 

CHARLES ALLEN ROWLAND 

Born Quincy, Mass., Aug. IS, 1877. 

Parents Charles Allen Hotoland, Helen Maria Moore, 

School Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass.; and Keith 8chooh 

Boston, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Beatrice Tisdale, Quincy, Mass., June It, 1909. 

Children John, May 21, 1910. 

Business President of the Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company. 
Address (home) Dimmock St., Quincy, Mass. 

(business) Coddington St., Quincy, Mass. 

On graduation I entered the employ of the Quincy 
Mutual Fire Insurance Co., a corporation transacting a 
general fire insurance business throughout the New Eng- 
land States. I have been its assistant secretary, vice-presi- 
dent and am now its president. My life has been that of 
a business man, without many startling features. My va- 
cations I usually spend in the North woods. 

LLEWELLYN ROWLAND 

Bom New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 9, 1877. 

Parents William Dillwyn Howland, Caroline Thomas Child, 

School Mitton Academy, Milton, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Hope Waldo, Jamaica Plain, June 1, 1901. 

Children PriacUla, March 5, 1902; Hope, March SI, 1906; 

Waldo, May 1, 1908; Llewellyn, Jr., Jan. 8, 191t. 
Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 65 Allerton Bt. Brookline, Mass. 

(huainesa) 45 Batterym^rch St., Boston, Mass. 

Until this year I have been attempting to live within my 
income derived from the purchase and sale of materials 
of all sorts nsed in the building trades. This year, however, 
I have turned over a new leaf and I am now attempting to 
make my income keep outside of my expenses. In 1910 I 
was appointed one of three trustees for a fund known as 
**The Milton Academy Graduates Association Fund." 
Member : Union Club, Boston ; Country Club, New Bedford ; 
Skating Club, Boston. 



©eotfle Scan ftostfitfl 

Bom Jersey City, N. J., March 15, 1874. 

Parents George Jean Hoyting, Annie Barbara Teurling, 

School Waltham High School, Waltham, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Died Jan. 25, 1899, in Waltham, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 



GARDINER GREENE HUBBARD 

Bom Boston, Maaa., 1878. 

Parents Charles Eustis Huhbard, Caroline Tracy. 

School Noble and QreenougKa School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Architect. 

Address 59 Temple Place, Boston, Masa. 

[Gardiner Greene Hubbard is with the American Ambu- 
lance Service in Prance.] 

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HENRY REED HUBBARD 

Born Sherhrooke, Quel>ec March IS, 1879. 

Parents Phineas Hubbard, Lucinda Reed, 

School Cambridge Datin School, Cambridge, Mobb. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900, 

Married Helen Mabel Hill, Stanatead, Quebec, Dec. SO^. 

1902, 
Children George Randolph, Feb, 22, 1904; Donald Hill, Sept.. 

2, 1906, 
Business Vice-principal and teacher. 

Address (home) 112 W, 9th 8t,, Plainfleld, N, J. 

(business) High School, Plainfleld, N. J. 

Ever since leaving college I have been engaged in edu- 
cational work, though truth compels me to state that I 
fear the work of the first few years was more of an educa- 
tion to me than to my pupils. For three years I taught in 
New Hampshire, the next two in New Jersey, then two in 
New York City. I then came to the High School, Plainfield, 
N. J., where I have been ever since. I am now vice-princi- 
pal and head of the science department. In addition to the 
business of school management, I have been for several 
years a member of the biological committee of the New 
Jersey State Science Teachers' Association, and in that 
capacity I am having the pleasure of helping to prepare for 
the State Departemnt of Education outlines of science 
courses to be used in the New Jersey high schools. For 
several summers I have been engaged in the camping busi- 
ness, conducting parties of boys on canoeing trips in the 
Maine and Canada woods. This is no thrilling tale of 
achievement such as some of you will write; but a teacher's 
life is a humdrum one, filled with small experiences and 
results that often seem at best intangible. If he succeeds 
occasionally in steering a boy to the Alma Mater, and start- 
ing him on the road to making good, he is at least ac- 
complishing something worth while. I have written: An 
Introduction to Music, (New York, 1910), Various artides- 
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Outdoor Life," New York, 1908-1913). Member: Appala- 
chian Mountain Club, Association for Advancement of 
Science, American Forestry Association, National Geo- 
graphic Society, New Jersey State Science Teachers' Associ- 
ation. 

HAROLD LINCOLN HUGHES 



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Saugus, Mosb,, Nov. 2, 1879. 

JamcM Riley Hughes, Laura Geraidine Mtimfleld. 

Classical High School, Lynn, Mass. 

1896^1900. 

8.B., 1900. 

Jane Plunkett, Providence, R. I., Feb. 9, 1909. 

Mary Caroline, April 18, 1914. 

Salesman of steel products. 

(home) "Littlegrange," West High 8t, Bound 

Brook, N. J. 
(business) SO Church St., New York, N. T. 



I have been in the continuous employ of the United 
States Steel Corporation at its offices in Pittsburgh, New 
York, Montreal and Sydney, Australia, from 1901 to 1914 
inclusive. At one time was vice-consul-general for the 
United States in Sydney. Member : American Society Civil 
Engineers, Harvard Club of New York, India House. 

CAMPBELL HUMPHREY 

Bom Boston, Mass., Feb. 18, 1879. 

Parents William Francis Humphrey, Mary Liny Camp- 

bell. 

School St. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Married Fanny Austin Wheelock, Wdltham, Mass., Feb. 18, 

1902. 

Children Mary Wheelock, Feb. 16, 1906; Wheelock, Jan. 21, 

1905; Campbell, Jr., Jan. 21, 1906; Fannie 
Coverley, Aug. 25, 1908; William Fmncis, 2d, 
Feb. 26, 1911. 

Business Insurance underwriter. 

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Address (home) 61 Woodlavm Ave, Ea^t, Toronto, Ont., 

Can. 
(huainesa) 68 King Bt, East, Toronto, Ont., Can. 

Member: Cuts and Setters Club, Toronto, Ont, Harvard 
Club of Toronto. 



HERBERT LEAVITT HUNT 

Born Newport, B. L, Aug. 6, 1877. 

Parents Richard Morris Hunt, Catharine Homeland. 

School Pomfret School, Pomfret, Conn, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married Winifred Frances Valpy, June SO, 1904. 

Business Financier. 

Address (home) Holmtoood Lodge, Dorking, Bng. 

(huainesa) 25 Portman Bt., London, West, Bng, 

[Not heard from.] 



ROBERT HUNT 

Bom NetD Orleana, La., Aug. 8, 1876, 

Parents CSirleton Hunt, Oeorgine Cammack. 

School Browne and Nichols Bchool, CamJ)ridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees AJB., 1900; LLM., 1906, 

Married Ellen Cornell, (kimbridge, Mass., July 24, 1906, 

Business Financier. 

Address Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Co., Temple 

Bar Building, Brooklyn, N, T, 

[Not heard from.] 



?ames Cecil Durt 

Bom Kansas City, Mo., July 14, 1877. 

Parents Jam^s Hurt, Julia Howard, 

School High Bchool, Kansas City, Mo. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Died Oct. 22, 1906. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 
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JOHN MICHELL HUSSEY 

Born Nevada^ Oal., June 26, 1864- 

Parents Michell Hussey, Ella Veay, 

School High Schooh Nevada City, Col. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Alice Caldtoell, Nevada City, Cal., Sept. tB, 1896. 

Business Manufacturer, 

Address (home) 256 Roosevelt Ave,, Wichita, Kan. 

(business) 166 South Rock Island Ave., Wichita, 
Kan. 

After leaving Harvard, I was appointed sub-master of 
Boston English High School. In 1906 became interested in 
the canned frozen egg industry. In 1906-7 invented a ma- 
chine for desiccating eggs. Patents issued 1907-8-10. In 
1908 began the manufacture of desiccated egg at Wichita, 
Elansas. Am still in the business which is very prosperous. 
Have no partners. Member : Wichita Consistory, Shriners, 
Wichita Commercial Club, Wichita Country Club, Wichita 
Rotary Qub, Mt. Hope Gun Qub. 

EDWARD INGRAHAM 

Bom New Bedford, Mass., July 25, 1879. 

Parents Andrew Ingraham, Mary Eva Hunt, 

School Friends* Academy, New Bedford, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees AJB„ 1900, 

Married Elsie Powell, New York, N. Y., Feb. S, 1912. 

Business Cotton goods broker. 

Address (home) 262 West 8Sd St,, New York, N. Y. 

(business) 50 Leonard St., New York, N. Y. 

Immediately after graduation I entered the employ of 
the Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry, in work 
in the western part of the state of Washington. In the fall 
of that year I began work in the Acushnet and Hathaway 
Mills, New Bedford, Mass. In 1904 I came to New York 
with the New England Cotton Yam Co. and in 1905 I entered 

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the cotton cloth brokerage business with W. H. Hinchman 
and Co. This firm has since gone out of business and I am 
now in the same business under my own name. Member: 
Harvard Club of New York, City Club ef New York, West 
Side Tennis Club. 



PETER AUGUSTUS JAY 

Born Newport, R. /., Aug. 23, 1877. 

Parents Augustus Jay, Emily Astor Kxine. 

School Eton College, Eton, England. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Susan Alexander McCook, New York, N. T., 

March 16, 1909. 
Children Emily Kane, Nov. 2k, 1911. 

Business Diplomatist. 

Address (home) Knickerbocker Cluh, New York, N. Y. 

(business) American Embassy, Rome, Italy. 

On leaving Harvard I went around the world with three 
classmates, and upon my return I spent a few months in a 
large stockbroker's oflRce in New York. In 1902 I entered the 
diplomatic service, in which I had always been deeply inter- 
ested, and to prepare for which I had taken at Harvard all 
the courses then being given in government, international law 
and diplomatic history. My first appointment was that of 
third secretary of Embassy to Prance, becoming subsequently 
in turn second secretary of Legation, first secretary of Le- 
gation and when the Legation became an Embassy, secretary 
of the Embassy at Constantinople; secretary of Embassy at 
Tokyo; diplomatic agent and Consul-General to Egypt; and 
secretary of the Embassy to Italy, which post I now hold. In 
1909, while on leave of absence from Japan, I had the good 
fortune to marry. While I enjoy my life and find it interest- 
ing, I nevertheless much regret the necessary separation from 
my friends at home and the consequent loosening of one's 
close friendship. For instance, I was unable to get homie for 
either our 1905 or 1910 class reunion, and thus lost oppor- 

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tunities, especially valuable to one like myself whose work 
keeps him abroad, of meeting my old friends and keeping in 
touch with my classmates. Member: Harvard Club of New 
York, Elnickerbocker Club of New York, Racquet and Tennis 
Club of New York, Metropolitan Club of Washington, D. C. 

FRANK LEONARD JEWETT 

Bom Q>ardner, Kan., Oct, 18, 1874, 

Parents Harvey Jetoett, Hannah Mariah Gordon, 

School High School, Olathe, Kan, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B,, 1900; B,T,B,, 1908; AJB, (Kansas Uni/ver- 

aity), 1899; B,D, (UniverHty of Ohioago), 1902. 
Married Catherine Margaret Caughey, Horton, Kan., Sept. 

U, 1904. 
Children Elise, June 6, 1905; Hugh Caughey, Aug. 9, 1907. 

Business Professor, 

Address 2007 University Ave., Austin, Texas. 

Immediately after leaving Harvard in 1903, I took charge 
of a church at Columbus, Kansas, until 1905. At that time 
I took charge of the Texas Bible chair at Austin, Texas, 
under the direction of the Christian Woman's Board of 
Missions of the Church of the Disciples of Christ. The work 
of this chair consists of teaching classes in the English 
Bible. The work is aflSliated with the State University. 

EDWARD JOHNSON 

Bom Wohum, Mass,, Feb, 19, 1880. 

Parents John Warren Johnson, Caroline Qray Qrammer. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Grace Rich Treadwell, Brookline, Mass,, June SO, 

1908, 
Children Dorothy, June 22, 1911; Warren Treadwell, Jan. 

25, 1915. 
Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 54 Warren Ave,, Wohum, Mass. 

(business) S49 Main St., Wohum, Mass. 

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For ten years after graduation my work was with various 
national banks in different capacities from messenger to 
cashier. During this period I found time to devote to the 
study of law and in 1906 was admitted to the Massachusetts 
bar. I then spent a half year in the Harvard Law School in 
special studies. In 1911 I began the practice of law, in Wo- 
bum, Mass., associating myself with others under the name 
of Johnson and Johnson, and have continued in this firm up 
to the present time. Member: Towanda Club of Woburn, 
Conveyancers' Association of Boston. 

HERBERT RAY JOHNSON 

Bom 8t. Louis, Mo,, Sept. 11, 1877, 

Parents James Brooks Johnson, Ellen Marchant Myrick. 

School Private Tutor, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A,B„ 1900, 

Business Stockbroker, 

Address (home) S6 Washington Square, New York, If, T. 

(business) 60 Broadway, New York, N. Y, 

Since graduation I have been in **Wall Street", — stocks^ 
cotton, grain, etc. Member of the firm of Orris Brothers 
and Co. Member: Harvard Club of New York, Crescent 
Athletic Club, Englewood Field Club, Missouri Society, 
Treasurer of 4th Co. Veterans 7th Regt., N. G. N. Y. 



HORACE JOHNSON 

Bom East Boston, Mass., April 6, 1875. 

Parents Horace Horton Johnson, Sarah Robinson. 

School Chelsea High School, Chelsea, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899; 1900-1901. 

Address Care of Mr. Otis Merriam, 268 Washington Ave.^ 

Chelsea, Mass. 

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JULIUS MUNROE JOHNSON 



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Belchertown, Mass,, June 11, 1872. 

Jerome Oilhert Johnson, Ophelia Irene Wood. 

Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

1895-1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

(first) Nellie Elizabeth Benson, Oreenfleld, Mass.^ 

June 27, 1896 (died May It, 1902); (second) 

Mary Fillmore Worley, New York, N. T., June 

29, 1907. 
CHrace Elisnbeth, April 11, 1900 (died Feh. 21, 

1902); Nellie Mnrion Avis, May 4, 1902. 
Instructor in hiology. 
(home) T7 Herkimer St., Brooklyn, N. T. 
(business) 400 Irving Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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ROSWELL HILL JOHNSON 



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Buffalo, Pa., Oct. 9, 1877. 

William Henry Johnson, Mary Spence HUl. 

Buffalo High School, Buffkilo, N. Y. 

1896-1899. 

B.S. (Chicago), 1900; M.8. (University of Wiscon^ 

sin), 1903. 
Mary Edith Simonds, Chicago, Feb. 10, 1900. 
Helen Simonds, Jan. 28, 1901; Elizabeth Bands, 

Sept. 27, 1902; Rostoell HiU, Jr., AprU 10, 1908. 
Professor of oil and gas production, 
(home) 7012 Willard St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
(business) University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 



I went from Harvard to the University of Chicago in 
•order to continue my work with Prof. C. B. Davenport, 
under whom I had begun to specialize in experimental evo- 
lution. After graduation I taught high school one year, 
then assisted in the zoological laboratory at the University 
of Wisconsin for two years, then taught biology in a state 
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term of summer school work at University of California 
while West. I was then appointed investigator in the 
Station for Experimental Evolution (Carnegie), where I 
spent two years. My father was an oil producer and he 
induced me to go back to college to work up the geology 
of oil, — almost an unknown thing in the United States in 
those days. I went to Columbia University for this purpose 
for one year. After more field work as volunteer with 
Messrs. Shaw and Munn of the U. S. Geological Survey in 
Pennsylvania oil fields, I practised oil geology in Oklahoma 
for four years. Then I came to the University of Pitts- 
burgh, where I am now professor of oil and gas production 
in the School of Mines. I have time for research in oil 
accumulation and consulting work. My oil papers have 
been principally in ** Economic Geology," but will be hence- 
forth in the ** Bulletin of American Institute of Mining 
Engineering." My oflftces are: President Discussion dub 
of the College Faculty, University of Pittsburgh; Sec- 
retary Eugenic Section Pittsburgh Academy of Science 
and Art; American Association for Study and Preven- 
tion of Infant Mortality. I have written: Determinate 
Evolution of Color Pattern of the Lodz Beetles, (Car- 
negie Publication, No. 122), Human Evolution and Its 
Control, (Popular Science Monthly, Jan., 1910), Marriage 
Selection, (Journal of Heredity, Jan., 1914), Prospect- 
ing, Development and Appraisal of Oil and Gas in the 
Mid-Continental Field, (Oil Investor's Journal), Analysis 
of Natural Selection, (Science). Member: Pittsburgh 
Academy of Science and Art, American Association for 
Science and Art, American Genetic Association, American 
Society for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality, 
American Institute of Mining Engineers. 

WILLIAM NELSON JOHNSON 

Bom DorcheMier, MaMM., Jan. 22, 1876. 

Parents Charles Henry Johnson, Ellen Elizabeth NeUon. 

School Mother's Bchooh New Bedford, Mass. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married Mary A. J. Cannon, Bept 19, 190i. 

BusineM Teacher. 

Address 181 Church 8t., North Adam$, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



JOHN CHARLES COOLIDGE JOHNSTON 

Bom New York, N. Y., Nov. IS, 1876. 

Parents Terry Coolidge Johnston, Imihel Smyth. 

School Boston College, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1898. 

Degrees LL.B., 1899 (1900); A.B., (Boston College), 189i. 

Married Annie Florence Perkins, Boston, Mass., Jtay 19^ 

1904. 
Children Mary Perkins; John Charles Coolidge, Jr. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 20 Tremlett 8t., Dorchester, Mass. 

(business) Room 421, 73 Tremont St., Boston^ 
Mass, 

[Mr. Johnston is practising law in Boston.] 



SAMUEL ANDREW JOHNSTON 

Bom Indianapolis, Ind., June 18, 1876. 

Parents Samuel Andrew Johnston, Estelle PuUis. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. E. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees M.D. (University of Indiana), 1904. 

Married Stella Adams, Indianapolis, Ind., April 6, 1904. 

Children Henry Adams, May 26, 1906; Estelle, Jan. 8, 1910 

(died Oct. 12, 1912); Dorothy, June 6, 1911. 
Business Physician. 

Address (home) 2127 North Delaware St, Indianapolis^ 

Ind. 
(business) 624 Hume-Mansur Building, Indian- 

apolis, Ind. 

Left Harvard University at end of Sophomore year, 
entering the department of medicine of Indiana University 

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the following autumn. Graduated in medicine from the* 
University of Indiana in 1902. Spent the following two 
years in post-graduate work in New York City (medical 
department of Columbia University, Cornell University and 
others). In 1904 began the practice of medicine in Indian- 
apolis, Indiana. Appointed assistant in bacteriology in the 
medical department of Indiana University one year later. 
Three years later appointed instructor in diseases of ear, 
nose and throat in same university. Am now associate in 
same university. Offices of honor and trust are as follows : 
Attending surgeon Indianapolis City Hospital, attending 
surgeon Indianapolis City Dispensary, attending surgeon 
Bobbs Free Dispensary, attending surgeon Elenor Hospital 
for Children, attending surgeon Orphans' Home. Am en*- 
gaged in the practice of medicine, limiting myself to 
diseases and surgery of the ear, nose and throat, having 
had little time for research work or the writing of books or 
other exhaustive matter. Member: University Club of 
Indiana, Indianapolis Country Club, Indianapolis Dramatic 
Club, Indiana Medical Society, American Medical Associa- 
tion. 

BEVERLY EARLE JONES 

Bom Boston, Mass,, Nov, 2, 1877. 

Parents Reginald Heher Jones, Alice Earle. 

School Concord High School, Concord, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897, 

Business Mining engineer. 

Address Concord, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



FREDERIC MARSHALL JONES 

Bom Charlestown, Mass., June 21, 1874. 

Parents Marshall Jones, Mary Ann Roberts. 

School Somerville High School, BomerviUe, Mass. 

Years in College 1892-1896. 

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Degrees A^., 1896; 8^., 1900. 

Married Florence Oahome Harris, Springfield, Ma$$., Oct 

SO, 1907. 
Business Financier. 

Address Third National Bank, Bpring/leld, Mast. 

[Mr. Jones received his degree with the Class of 1900, but 
prefers to be associated with 1896. See 1896 Report.] 



TRatlltam 5oned 

Bom Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory, March 28, 

1872. 

Parents Henry Clay Jones, Sarah Elizabeth Penny. 

School Indian School, Hampton, Va., and PhiUips Acade- 

my, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (Columbia University), 1901; 

Ph.D. (Columbia University), 1904. 

Died March 29, 1909, in Dumabaiu, P. I. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



Xowell JS^xns Hudson 

Bom Lansing, Mich., Dec. SO, 1877. 

Parents John Bradford Judson, Julia Byms, 

School Olivet College. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; S.B. (Michigan Agricultural College), 

190S. 
Died March 7, 1912, in Albany, N. Y. 

Lowell Byms Judson died on March 7, 1912, at Albany, 
New York, after an operation for appendicitis. Judson was 
bom at Lansing, Mich., on December 30, 1877. He prepared 
for Harvard at Olivet College. After receiving his degree at 
Harvard he taught Latin for a year at Milton Academy and 
then for a short time was with Henry Holt and Co., publish- 
ers, at Chicago. Early in 1902 he took up the study of horti- 
culture at Michigan Agricultural College and received his 
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appointed professor of horticulture at the University of 
Idaho, where he stayed until the summer of 1906. While 
there he issued several bulletins concerning apple culture. 
After a summer term of study at the University of Illinois 
Graduate School of Agriculture he accepted the position of 
assistant professor of agriculture at Cornell University, where 
he later had charge of the courses on experimental work in 
floriculture. In 1911 he joined with his brothers, Wilbur 
Judson, 1901, and Paul Judson, under the name of Judson 
Brothers, in the nursery business in Kinderhook, N. Y. He 
took a deep interest in his business, for which he was ex- 
cellently equipped by long training and in it made many 
studies and experiments in special directions. Numerous 
pamphlets he published contain the results of his investiga- 
tions. He was a member of a large number of horticultural 
and floricultural societies. His reading, however, was not 
restricted to his own profession, but included a broad field. 
He collected rather a large library of poetry and essays. He 
also had a taste for music and played the violin very credit- 
ably. In out-of-door sports, of which he was fond, his pref- 
erences were for tennis and shooting. By nature he was a 
little reserved, but on acquaintance his frank and kindly dis- 
position became apparent. His qualities of character were 
sterling and he was upright in all his life and dealings. 

ISIDORE STANLEY KAHN 

Born Dallas, Tex,, Aug, 18, 1879. 

Parents E, M, Kahn, Litlie M, Hurst, 

School Sachs School, New York, N, T. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A.B„ 1900; M.D,, 1904. 

Married Lelylla Jardine. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 4S2 W. Magnolia Ave,, San Antonio, Tex. 

(business) 521 Moore Building, San Antonio, Tex. 

On graduation from Harvard Medical School, served as 
medical interne in Boston City Hospital to November, 1905. 

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Pollowing this, practised medicine for one year in Dallas, 
Tex., where I was instructor in histology in Northwestern 
University Medical College. In January, 1907, was com- 
pelled to give up practice on account of poor health, and 
lived one year in West Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. 
Pollowing this year I lived four years in Mexico as surgeon 
for large mining companies in the states of Pueblo and 
Durango. Por the past three years I have been practising 
my profession in San Antonio. Am one of the visiting 
physicians to our local city and country hospitals. I have 
written several articles on tuberculosis published in medi- 
cal journals. Member: Travis Club of San Antonio, Har- 
vard Club of San Antonio. 

REGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN 

Bora Columbia, Pcl, Sept, 8, 1877. 

Parents Andrew John Kauffman, Anna Fausaet Bruner. 

School 8t PauVs School, Concord, N. H, 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Ruth Hammitt, Charleston, 8. C, 1909, 

Children Hildegarde (by previous marriage), July 10, 1898. 

Business Novelist. 

Address (home) (summer) The Newlands, Cloughton, 

Scarborough, England; (winter), Columbia, Pa, 
(business) Care of Moffat, Yard and Company, 116- 
120 West 32d St., New York, N. Y. 

When I left college, I went first to my home in Pennsyl- 
vania-Germandom, and then to Philadelphia, beginning work 
on the ** Press," at $8 a week. I was by turns a district-man, 
police-reporter, general-man, special-writer, book-reviewer, 
editorial-writer. Crime enveloped me ; I was sent hither and 
yon to cover every sensational murder that was committed, 
and I saw a little of America, — the South and Middle West 
particularly. I secured a real knowledge of the wilder por- 
tions of Utah and New Mexico, and of the mining districts of 
Colorado; I had some fun in reform politics, including one 
instance of pistol-play. Then I became associate editor of 
the ** Saturday Evening Post,'' and later of the ** Delineator,'' 

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when that magazine ceased to confine itself exclusively to 
women's gowns. I was next dramatic editor of the Phila- 
delphia ** North American," was later put in charge of (and, 
I think, ruined) a New York advertising agency, hated the 
work, and became managing editor of ** Hampton's Magazine" 
several months before its passage into the ownership that 
brought it to grief. I resigned that post because I wanted 
to do a certain sort of sociological investigation, and wanted, 
too, to write books. This endeavor I embarked upon with a 
capital of $75; but I managed to do what I wanted to do, 
and have ever since successfully avoided a regular job. Latter- 
ly, I am glad to say, I have even been able to get along by my 
books alone and have been spared the necessity of magazine 
writing. Pour months of every year, my wife and I try to 
pass in travel, and I have thus obtained a fair acquaintance 
with northern Africa, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, 
the Low Countries and Scandinavia; Switzerland and Italy 
I know by means of many walking-tours there, and France by 
frequent residence. For two of the winter months we live 
in New York; for the other two we are at my family's home 
in Columbia, Pa. From the first of June tathe close of Septem- 
ber, we are generally at our little place near Cloughton, be- 
tween the cliffs and the moors, and between Scarborough and 
Robin Hood's Bay, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, — a 
spot that I wish 1900 men wouldn't overlook when they come 
to England. My activities, save for those mentioned — and 
tennis and badminton and a long ride every morning before 
breakfast when I am at home in Cloughton — are of necessity 
pretty muuch confined to my books ; my nearest approach to 
a motor-car is the water-wagon. True, I used to be a member 
of the Socialist party; but that party first disowned me as 
too radical and now condemns me as too conservative. I have 
done a little public speaking and some lecturing and reading 
in both America and England; I had the good fortune to 
be appointed the delegate from the United States to the first 
international convention of Men's Societies for Woman's 
Suffrage (1912) at London, and was also made a member of 
the criminal law amendment committee in England, which 

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secured the enactment by Parliament of the present statute 
concerning prostitution in the United Kingdom. At the out- 
break of the present war (after the militia, despite the pro- 
tests of my neighbors and the good word of our ambassador,, 
had placed me under surveillance as **a German spy'*) I tried 
to enlist in the French Foreign Legion, but was declined with 
thanks. I then went to, or toward, the front **on my own'*^ 
and saw som.e real fighting, an experience that concluded with 
the bombardment of Antwerp. Gables to the American 
papers said I was the last foreigner to leave that city before 
the Germans entered it; they may have been right: I was 
almost willing to be the first. At all events, I came back to 
my English place in plenty of time to watch the shelling of 
Scarborough from my work-room windows. I have written: 
Jarvis of Harvard, (L. C. Page and Co., 1900), The Things 
That Are Caesar's, (D. Appleton and Co., 1901), The Chasm, 
(D. Appleton and Co., 1902), Miss Francis Baird, Detective, 
(L. C. Page and Co., 1906), The Bachelor's Guide, (Henry 
Altemus Co., 1906), My Heart and Stephanie, (L. C. Page 
and Co., 1910), What Is Socialism? (Moffat, Yard and Co., 
1910), The House of Bondage, (Moffat, Yard and Co., 1910), 
The Way of Peace, (Moffat, Yard and Co., 1911), The Girl 
That Goes Wrong, (Moffat, Yard and Co., 1911), The Sen- 
tence of Silence, (Moffat, Yard and Co., 1912), The Latter- 
Day Saints, (With Buth Kauffman)), (London: Williams 
and Norgate, 1913), Running Sands, (Dodd, Mead and Co., 
1913), The Spider's Web, (Moffat, Yard and Co., 1913),. 
Little Old Belgium, (Henry Altemus Co., 1914), Jim, (Moffat, 
Yard and Co., 1915), In a Moment of Time, (Moffat, Yard 
and Co., 1915) ; an account of my war experiences in Bel- 
gium. 

Member of the following clubs: The Poets', London; The 
Pegasus, Philadelphia ; Poetry Society of America, New York ; 
Authors' League of America, New York; Incorporated So- 
ciety of Authors, Playwrights and Composers, London ; Here- 
tics, New York; Liberal, New York; Pennsylvania-German 
Society; Pennsylvania Historical Society; Lancaster County 
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borough, Bng.; Harvard Club of Philadelphia; St. Paul's 
School Alumni Association ; Mt. Horeb Lodge, No. 528, F. and 
A. M., Philadelphia; Scarborough Club, Scarborough, Eng.; 
Cloughton Cricket Club, Scarborough, Eng. 

BENJAMIN KAUFMAN 

Born Louiwille, Ky, July 5, 1880. 

Parents Henry Kaufman, Sophia Wile. 

School Louisville Male Eigh Bchooh LouiwUle, Ky. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Blanche Ruhel, Louisville, Ky., March 9, 190S. 

Children Henry, Jan. 28, 1905; Maxine Rubel, Jan. 28, 1907. 

Business Merchant. 

Address (home) lUS Sd Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

(business) 429 ith Ave., LouisviXle, Ky. 

Was in the army in the Philippines until early in 1901. 
After that time entered business with my father, and have 
stuck to that ever since. Have had an uneventful life, con- 
taining nothing of any particular interest. Have held no 
offices, political or otherwise. Have written no books. Mem- 
ber : Standard Club, Louisville, Ky. ; 32d degree Mason, and 
a Shriner. 

RALPH REVERE KENT 

Bom Newton, Mass., Oct. 20, 1878. 

Parents John Fuller Kent, Anna Maria Collins. 

School Concord High School, Concord, N. E. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Elisabeth Foley, Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 15^ 

1910. 
Children Theresa Catherine, Jan. 17, 1912; Ralph Lawrence 

Revere, Sept. 28, 1919. 
Business Landscape gardener. 

Address (home) 926 Main St., Melrose, Mass. 

(business) West Street Nurseries, Reading, Mass. 

My past itinerary would prove dull reading. My course 
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all kinds of men, representative of the different nationalities 
and creeds. Next to the blessings of home, this intimacy has 
been what I value most in my life; and I trust that in the 
days to come it will enable me to cast my modicum of in- 
fluence in favor of American solidarity. 

JOHN DEVEREUX KERNAN JR. 

Born Utica, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1879. 

Parents John Devereux Keman, Kathleen Peehlee. 

School Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1898, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ>. (Columhia), 190S. 

Married Charlotte Foote Bherrill, Lee, Masi., Sept. 4, 1907. 

Children Charlotte Stetoart, July 4, 1908; Roiemary Deve- 

reux, Nov. 10, 1909; John Devereux, Sd, Sept. 
25, 1911; Paul SherriU, Oct. 20, 191S (died Feb. 
27, 19 W. 

Business Surgeon. 

Address (home) 719 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N. T. 

(business) 156 East 64th St., New York, N. Y. 

I am a surgeon, and my specialty is the surgery of the 
respiratory tract. I hold appointments in several hospitals, 
and spend most of my time working in their clinics. My 
hobby is the study of the anatomy of the skull, and I have 
in preparation an article on the chondrocranium of mammals. 
I am a member of the anatomical department at Columbia, 
and have lectured during the last winter on the anatomy of 
the lungs and pleurae. Member : New York State and County 
Medical Societies, New York Academy of Medicine, New 
York Academy of Sciences. 

1>owar& Tmbtte fctbder 

Bom Marquette, Mich., Sept. 5, 1877. 

Parents Alfred Kidder, Kate Ddliba. 

School Browne and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Died Dec. 6, 1899. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 
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FREDERIC CLINTON KIDNER 

Bom Ipswich, Mass. 

Parents Reuben Kidner, Katherine Clinton Porter, 

School 8t, Mark's School, Southhoro, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 1904. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 101 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich, 

(business) Whitney Building, Detroit, Mich. 

On leaving college I went directly to the Har\ard 
Medical School, working there and at the various Boston 
hospitals till April 1, 1904, when I entered the Massachu- 
setts General Hospital as surgical house pupil. There I 
remained till August, 1905, receiving my medical degree in 
June, 1904. From August, 1905, till May, 1906, 1 assisted Dr. 
J. E. Goldthwait of Boston in his practice of orthopedic 
surgery. Prom that time till January 1, 1911, I practised 
general surgery and medicine in Boston, assisting several 
surgeons there, and holding various minor appointments at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Dispensary, etc., 
at the same time doing a little surgical teaching. In January, 
1911, 1 came to Detroit to take an appointment as orthopedic 
«urgeon to the Children's Free Hospital. Here I have re- 
mained, limiting my experience wholly to orthopedic 
surgery, and incidentally gaining a large amount of ex- 
perience. My practice has gradually increased and I 
have been appointed orthopedic surgeon to the Grace 
Hospital and consulting orthopedic surgeon to the Wom- 
an's Hospital, continuing at the same time my work 
at the Children's Hospital. The Detroit General Hospital, 
a big new institution to whose staff I also belonged 
and of which we expected great things, has gone into 
temporary oblivion, through lack of funds to complete it. 
It has been taken over in an unfinished state by Mr. Henry 
Ford of the Ford Motor. What he is going to do with our 
four splendid buildings is as yet a profound mystery. I 
have a bachelor apartment with three business men, one 

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an Eli, and we live in great comfort, and contentment, hav- 
ing a splendid cook. I have written a few technical papers 
in the local state and city journals. Member: St. Botolph 
Qub, Boston ; University Club, Racquet Club, Country Club, 
Detroit; Central States Orthopedic Club, State and County 
Medical Societies. Fellow American College of Surgeons. 



GEORGE COOK KIMBALL 

Bom Newtonville, Mass., Oct IS, 1879, 

Parents Edwin Nelson Kimhalh Emma Cook. 

School Hale's Schooh Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1896^1900, 

Degrees 8^., 1900, 

Married Elizabeth Whitewright Leeds, Laketoood, N. /., 

Nov. 19, 1902. 
Children Marjorie Stuart, Dec, 12, 1904; Richard, Nov. 26, 

1908; Edwin NeUon, Dec. 16, 1912. 
Business Chief engineer, American Sheet and Tin Plate 

Company. 
Address (home) 1046 Beechwood Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(business) 122S Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The summer of 1900 was spent, in company with several 
1900 men, travelling in Europe ; on my return was employed 
by The Electric Vehicle Co. in Boston, the first company to 
enter into the operation of public automobile cabs. In 
December, 1901, I came to Pittsburgh to enter the engineer- 
ing department of the American Tin Plate Co., a subsidiary 
of The United States Steel Corporation. This company was 
later merged with The American Sheet Steel Co. and since 
October, 1905, I have been chief engineer of The American 
Sheet and Tin Plate Co. My first impressions of Pittsburgh 
were anything but favorable. I find, however, that thirteen 
years have changed that feeling and my present associations 
are such as would make me hesitate to leave Pittsburgh. 
It has been my good fortune to have taken an active inter- 
est in the Harvard Club of Western Pennsylvania, and I be- 
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ties, particularly in establishing club scholarships. I have 
been president and am now chairman of the scholarship 
committee. For a number of years I have been on the 
board and chairman of the house committee of the Univer- 
sity Club. Have served on the intercollegiate committee 
of Social Service, also on the executive committee of the 
Brotherhood of Calvary Episcopal Church. For two years- 
I have been appointed by the corporation of Harvard Col- 
lege to the committee to visit the Graduate School of 
Applied Science. Member: Harvard Club of New York, 
Harvard Club of Western Pennsylvania, University Club 
of Pittsburgh, University Club of Chicago, Duquesne Club 
of Pittsburgh. 

FRANK HENRY KIRMAYER 

Bom BridgetoateTf Mass., Dec 26, 187S, 

Parents Franz Heinrich Kinnayer, Elizaheth 8. Kirmayer, 

School Bridgewater High School and State Normal 

School, Bridgewater, Mass, 
Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Catherine Dean, New York, N. Y., June 16, 190S. 

Children Francis Dean, March SI, 1904; Thomas Dean, Aug, 

24, 1906; Anna Cecelia, Aug. 11, 1909, 
Business Principal of private school. 

Address (home) Orantwood and Bemardsvitte, N, J, 

(business) S4 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. 

Nothing in addition to report made five years ago. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON KLASE 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Feb, 4* iSTT. 

Parents Thomas Jefferson Klase, Susan Blieaheth BolicK. 

School Brooklyn Boy^ High School, Brooklyn, N. Y, 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Address 7 Webster St., Winchester, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 
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CLARENCE EUGENE KLISE 

3om MinneapoliSf Kan,, Feb. -J, 1877. 

Parents Oeorge W. KlUe, Annie Carson. 

School High Bchooh Minneapolis, Kan. 

Ycara in CoUegc 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AJi,, 1901; A.B. (Kansas University), 

1900. 
Married Ef/le Elizabeth Storm, Lawrence, Kan,, Aug. 21, 

1901. 
Children Kat?Mrine, Sept. 1, 1906; Eugene Storm, Feb. 11, 

1908; Roderic Alfred, Sept. 26, 1911. 
Business Teacher and rancher. 

Address (home) 601 Pleamint Ave., North Yakima, Wash, 

(business) High School, North Yakima, Wash. 

Left Harvard 1902; four years high school principal at 
Maynard, Mass; four years high school principal at Bel- 
mont. Mass. ; two years on my ranch at Selah, Wash. ; two 
years superintendent of schools at Selah, running fruit 
ranch on side. This year principal of North Yakima High 
School. 

CHARLES JULIUS KULLMER 

Bom Sedalia, Mo., March 5, 1879. 

Parents John M. Kullmer, Sallie A. Fenner. 

School High School, Great Falls, Mont. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., Ph.D. (Tuebingen, Germany), 

1901. 
Business University professor. 

Address (home) 505 University Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 

(business) Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

After finishing the required A.B. work in 1899 I went to 
Heidelberg, Germany, where I studied for two years. I 
took the Ph.D. degree in August, 1901, at Tuebingen, with 
a dissertation on Lessing. During vacations I travelled in 
Italy, Holland, France and Germany. I was instructor of Ger- 
man at RadcIifFe and Harvard from 1901 to 1904. In the sum- 
mer of 1904 I went as a tutor to Europe. Prom 1904 to 1905 I 

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was an instructor at the University of Illinois, Urbana, 111., 
from 1905 to 1909, assistant professor, from 1909, associate 
professor, from 1912, professor of German in Syracuse Uni- 
versity. The summers of 1906, 1908, 1909, 1913 I spent in 
(Jermany. On three of these summer trips I carried on a 
rather extensive investigation into the sources of Goethe's 
popular epic, Hermann and Dorothea, the results of which 
were widely discussed in newspapers and magazines through- 
out Germany. In my teaching I have made a specialty of 
scientific German, giving besides a general scientific course, 
also a course in technical forestry, German, in the New State 
College of Forestry at Syracuse University. Besides travel 
my recreation has been principally natural sciences, especial- 
ly astronomy and meteorology. I received a patent on an 
astronomical instrument, **The Kullmer Equatorial Star 
Finder," which is the first star finder that points at the 
stars; three models have been marketed, being widely used 
in schools and colleges. In meteorology I have been working 
for the last five years on the storm tracks of the United 
States and Europe; the results I presented by invitation at 
Christmas meetings of the Association of American Geograph- 
ers at Washington and Princeton ; in this work I discovered, 
the new law that storms in the United States take on the 
average a much more northerly track during years of maxi- 
mum solar activity (maximum sun spots) than during years 
of minimum activity ; I showed that this holds good for the 
four sun-spot periods covered by our records. I haven't 
made much money in my first fifteen years out, but, believe 
me, I've had an awfully good time doing what I can do in 
my narrow sphere. I have written: Poessneck, the Scene 
of Hermann und Dorothea (Baltimore, Furst, 1907), Poess- 
neck und Hermann und Dorothea (Heidelberg, Winter, 
1910), A Sketch Map of Germany: The 2x3 Diagonal 
Method (Syracuse, Kramer, 1912), France: A French Com- 
position Book; The Roofed Square — ^Paris Method, (with 
Prof. C. W. Cabeen), (Syracuse, Kramer, 1914), Betrach- 
tungen ueber die Bibliotheken (Frankfurter Zeitung, No. 241, 
1910), Star Maps and Star Facts (Syracuse, 1910; second 

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edition, 1912), The Delights of an Interest in the Stars 
(Syracuse, 1910), A Luminous Meteor Cloud (Monthly 
Weather Review, Dec., 1908), The Shift of the Storm Track 
(In Publication 192, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 
1914). Member: University Club Sjrracuse; Sjrracuse Har- 
vard Club (secretary). Modern Language Association. 



5obn Ailton fcuUmer 

Born SedaliGj Mo., March 7, 1877. 

Parents John Matthias Kullmer, 8alUe Adelaide Fenner. 

School High School, Oreat Falls, Mont. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1898. 

Died Nov. 16, 1898, in Cambridge, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 



FAY EDGERTON KUTSCHER 

Born Oloversville, N. T., Dec. 15, 1875. 

Parents John J. Kutscher, Louise Jane Hollenbeck. 

School High School, Oloversville, N. T. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Josephine Wicker, Hanover, N. H., June VT, 

1907. 
Children Frances Elizabeth, Oct. 7, 1908. 

Business Teacher. 

Address Stratford High School, Stratford, Conn. 



[Not heard from.] 



Cbarles f)apen Xabb 

Bom Galveston, Tex., Dec 2, 1878. 

Parents William Fowle Ladd, Caroline Willis. 

School Academy, Milton, Mkus. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Married Mary Stockett Jacob, Washington, D. C, June 11, 

1908. 

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Charles Haven Ladd was bom at Galveston, Texas, Decem- 
ber 2, 1878, the eldest son of William Powle Ladd and Caro- 
line (Willis) Ladd. Prom 1892 to 1894 he attended Trinity 
College School, Port Hope, Canada ; in 1895, Milton Academy ; 
in 1896, St. Mark's School; and entered Harvard in 1897. He 
left college in June, 1899, and entered the employ of Adams 
Express Company, in New York City. On the destruction of 
much of the property of the company at Galveston, Texas, in 
the storm of September 8, 1900, he left New York for Texas 
and after that time lived almost continuously in Texas. In 
Galveston he was engaged in railroad construction and en- 
gineering work for the Southern Pacific Railway Company, 
remaining with it for three years. After preliminary work 
on the line from Dallas to Beaumont he did some 90 miles of 
location work in the coast country, and from there to Louisi- 
ana. In 1903, after his marriage on June 11, 1903, to Mary 
Stockett Jacob, daughter of Lieutenant Edwin S. Jacob, 
U. S. N., he entered the employ of the Gulf, Colorado and 
Santa Pe Railway Company, having headquarters while on 
maintenance work at Temple, Texas. In 1904 he was super- 
intendent of the company's oil properties at Batson, Texas, 
from where, after a year in the oil business for himself, he 
went to Panama on an oil proposition for the United States 
(Jovernment, with a view to having the government change 
from coal to oil as a fuel on the Isthmus. He spent two 
months there, then returned to Texas, other bidders having 
obtained the contract for the government's fuel oil supply. 
In 1905 he became assistant engineer of Houston Electric 
Company, at Houston, Texas, managed by Stone and Webster, 
of Boston. He was engineer of track and overhead lines. In 
1906 he was transferred to the service of the Stone and 
Webster Engineering Corporation at Houston as engineer of 
construction on the rebuilding of tracks for the city lines, 
and in 1907 at Port Worth, Texas, as superintendent of con- 
struction. Under his supervision the first extension of the 
Handley Power Station of Northern Texas Traction Company 
was built and numerous improvements carried out in the way 
of extensions and reconstruction of city tracks in Port Worth. 

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While there he developed s3niiptom3 of tuberculosis and was 
sent to Arizona in the fall of that year for the purpose of re- 
gaining his health. After remaining for about two years in 
Arizona and New Mexico his health was improved and he 
was detailed as superintendent of construction in El Paso, 
Texas, and from 1912 until he died on January 29, 1915, had 
charge of the work done there by Stone and Webster Engin- 
eering Corporation, consisting of a 5,000 kilowatt extension 
of the power station, various track improvements, and other 
miscellaneous work. His sterling worth was recognized by 
everyone who knew him. A man closely associated with him 
in his work says of him: **Ladd was an unusually capable 
man and if his health had remained unimpaired, I consider 
that he had a brilliant future before him. He was versatile 
to the last degree and no complications in his work or ob- 
stacles of any nature seemed to feaze him for a moment. Re- 
garding his versatility, I have often said that if Ladd were 
called on for a set of plans and estimate for a bridge across 
the Atlantic Ocean, to be finished in 48 hours, he would be 
able to produce something that read and looked like plans and 
specifications for such a bridge. His disposition might be 
called lovable, if such a term can be applied to a man. He 
was always cheerful and had a smile and a pleasant word for 
everyone from the banker to the laborer. He had a host of 
friends in every part of the country.*' The brief notes he 
wrote occasionally to the class secretary gave clear evidence 
of his courage and cheerfulness during his illness and his 
constant interest in the affairs of the Class. 

IRalpb xmiarb Xabman 

Born Chicago^ III., April 14, 1875, 

Parents William Henry Lahman, Henrietta Stone Aitiet. 

School Beloit Academy, Beloit, Wis. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Died Aug. 17, 1898, in Cuba. 

[See obituary in First Report and remarks under Nathaniel 
Brown Adsit in this Report.] 

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FRANK BOURNE LAKE 

Bom Cambridge, Ma$8., June 9, 1876. 

Parents Charles Henry Lake, Henrietta Bourne. 

School Cambridge Manual Training ScKool, CambridgCf 

Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Degrees D.O. (American School of Osteopathy), 1907; 

MJD. (Boston College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons), 1914. 

Married Agnes Glenny, Lansing, Mich,, Oct. 1, 1904. 

Business Osteopathic physician. 

Address 178 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college, was invalided for a few years, then 
went South where I spent a few months in Mississippi, teach- 
ing — ^this was about 1902-3. From there I went to Cincin- 
nati where I had a lively experience with dysentery which 
kept me pretty weak for about six weeks. I left Cincinnati 
in the early part of March, 1904, for Lansing, Mich., where 
I taught in a large school for boys. There I met the present 
Mrs. Lake. We were married the following October, and 
took in the St. Louis Exposition, Niagara Falls, etc. From 
Lansing I went to Barksville, Mo., where my wife and I 
studied osteopathy, graduating in due time. Returning Bast, 
we took the Massachusetts State Board examination and were 
formally registered as physicians, May, 1907. A few years 
later I entered the Boston College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, graduating in 1914. I am on the faculty of the Massa- 
chusetts Osteopathic College. Member: A. F. and A. M., 
Order of the Eastern Star, American Osteopathic Associa- 
tion, New England Osteopathic Association. 

LOUIS LA MAIDA 

Bom St Arsenio, Italy, Nov. 22, 1874. 

Parents Raphael La Maida, Angela Cairo. 

School Private tutor. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Address Unknown. 

[Not heard from.] 

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WALTER DAVIS LAMBERT 

Born We$t New Brighton, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1879. 

Parents Walter Lambert, Eliziibeth BigeUm DavU. 

School Friends' Seminary, New York, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Business United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

Address (home) 135 A St., N. E., Washington, D. O. 

(business) Coast and (Geodetic Survey, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

This is a statement of my occupation since leaving college : 
instructor in mathematics, Purdue University, 1901-2; in- 
structor, University of Maine, 1902-4; U. S. Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, 1904-7; graduate student, University of 
Pennsylvania, 1907-8; instructor in mathematics, University 
of Pennsylvania, 1908-11. While at the University of Penn- 
sylvania, I also did some field work for the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. Prom 1911 to date my working time has been given 
tshiefly to the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Outside of my 
work there is little to record, owing partly, perhaps, to rather 
indifferent health. Vacations I have spent as far as practi- 
cable in the woods. I have published brief articles in the 
American Mathematical Monthly, Archiv der Mathematick 
and Physik, and Journal of the Washington Academy of 
Science. Member: American Mathematical Society, Phi- 
losophical Society of Washington, Washington Academy 
t)f Science, Association of Teachers of Mathematics of the 
Middle States and Maryland, Phi Beta Kappa Society in the 
District of Columbia. 

HENRY HAY LANCASTER 

Bom Allerton, Iowa, May 9, 187^. 

Parents Merritt Lancaster, Margaret Hay. 

School University of Iowa. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; Ph.B. (State University of Iowa), 1899. 

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AUBREY EDWARD LANDRY 

Born Memramcook, New Brunswick, Canada, Nov. 24, 

1880, 
Parents Tilman Thomas Landry, Elizabeth McSweeney. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900, 
Degrees A.B,, 1900; Ph,D. (Johns Hopkins University), 

1907. 
Married Margaret Elizabeth 0*Neil, Boston, June 15, 1908. 

Business Professor of mathematics. 

Address (home) 8624 ISth St., N. E„ Washington, D. C. 

(business) Catholic University, Washington, B.C. 

During the academic years 1900-02, and for the first three 
months of 1902-03 I taught at St. Thomas Aquinas High 
School, Cambridge. In November, 1902, I obtained an ap- 
pointment as teaching fellow in mathematics in the Catholic 
University of America, and began work early in December of 
the same year. At the beginning of the academic year 1903-04, 
I succeeded, while still retaining my teaching fellowship, in 
making arrangements whereby I was enabled to undertake 
graduate work in mathematics, physics, and applied electricity 
at Johns Hopkins University. This work I continued for four 
years, attaining the degree of Ph.D. in June, 1907. Simul- 
taneously I was promoted to be instructor in mathematics ; in 
1909 from instructor to associate professor ; and in 1912 from 
associate professor to professor, which rank I now hold. Mem- 
ber: AnLerican Mathematical Society, Phi Beta Kappa Asso- 
ciation in the District of Columbia, Washington Harvard 
Club. 

CORNELIUS JOHN LANE 

Bom Boston, Mass., Nov. IS, 1877. 

Parents Henry Lane, Elizabeth Mary Beale. 

School Boston Latin Schol, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Harried Inez Leona Cole, Manchester, N. H., Jan. 17, 1911. 

Business Photographer. 

Address Meredith, N. H., and St. Augustine, Flo. 

Nothing extraordinary to report. 

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FREDERIC WARE LANE 

Bom Indianapolis, Ind,, July 27, 1878. 

Parents George Lane, Ella Corey. 

School Newton High School, Newton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B. (New York Law School), 190S. 

Married Zelrrva Wilkeson, Tacoma, Wash., June 15, 1910. 

Children Isabel Evans, March 26, 1911; Frederic Ware, Jr.^ 

Nov. 7, 1914. 
Business Lumber manufacturer and 1>roker. 

Address (home) 320 North I St., Tacoma, Wash. 

(business) 203 Bankers Trust Building, Tacom^ 
Wash. 

1900-1901, Harvard Law School; 1902-1903, New York 
Law School; 1903-1904, practising law in New York. Leav- 
ing New York in the fall of 1904 I went to Tacoma, Washing- 
ton, and looked around for a year, falling for the lumber 
and box business by entering the employ of the Hogue Box 
and Lumber Company as superintendent. After two years of 
Pjractical experience I accepted an offer as manager of the 
box department of the Brunette Saw Mill Company, New 
Westminster, B. C. In 1912 I removed to Raymond, Wash- 
ington, taking the position of manager of the Weston Veneer 
and Basket Company. In 1913 I took over the Hillcrest 
Liunber Company plant in Tacoma, operating it until the 
bottom fell out of the lumber business. For the past year I 
have been doing a lumber brokerage business, and I have 
been working on a new method of cutting basket veneer, which 
promises well. Member : University Club of Tacoma, Wash., 
Harvard Club of Tacoma, Wash. 

LEWIS CASS LEDYARD JR. 

Bom New York, N. Y., March 7, 1879. 

Parents Lewis Cass Ledyard, Gertrude Prince. 

School Cutler School, New York, N. Y. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1903. 

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Married Ruth Langdon Emery, Camhridget Momm^ April SO, 

1906, 
Children Dorothy, Feb. i, 1907; Ruth Emery, Jan. 2S, 1909; 

Lewis Caaa, 3d, Dec. 7, 1911; Virginia, Oct. 25, 

191S. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 64 East 7Sd 8t, New York, N. Y. 

(business) 54 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

I am practising law as a member of the firm of Carter, 
Ledyard and Milburn, at 54 Wall Street, New York City. 
Member: Knickerbocker Club, Racquet and Tennis Club, 
Down Town Association, Piping Rock Club, Harvard Club. 



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JOSEPH HOWARD LEE 

Weston, Mass., June 27, 1878. 

Joseph Lee, Christiana Howard. 

Newton High School, Newton, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900 (1903). 

(home) Squantum, Mass. 

(business) 25 Pine St., New York, N. Y. 



[Not heard from.] 

ROBERT EMMONS LEE 

Long wood (Boston), Mass., March 20, 1878. 

John Howard Lee, Sarah Elisabeth Emmons. 

Hopkinson^s School, Boston, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900 (1907). 

Florence Elkins Armstrong, Boston, Mass., Dec 

24, 1903. 
No special occupation, 
(home) Boston, Mass. 
(business) During the war — Care Bethmann 

Brothers, Bethmann Strasse, Frankfurt on 

Main, Germany. 

In the autumn of 1900 I entered the publishing house of 
Dana Estes and Co., Boston, leaving there in 1903 to be- 
come secretary and treasurer of H. M. Caldwell Co., publish- 
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left home for an extended trip abroad, and since then have 
spent most of my time in England and Germany. 

HORACE LOUIS LEITER 

Born Symcuse, N. Y., April 6, 1878. 

Parents Louis Leiter, Martha Slots. 

School Jenner'a Preparatory ScTiool, Syracuse, N. T. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1899; M.D. (College of Physicians and Bur- 

geons), 19M. 
Married Marietta Dietz, Dec, 191S. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 2 Onondaga Place, Syracuse, N. T. 

(business) 608 East Oenesee St., Syracuse, N. T. 

After leaving Harvard, I took a full medical course at 
Physicians and Surgeons, medical department of Columbia 
University. Then I began an interneship at Mount Siniai 
Hospital which lasted two and one-half years. Later I was 
connected with the medical staffs of the Lying-in Hospital 
of New York, the Vanderbilt Clinic, Mount Sinai Dispens- 
ary, at the same time doing private practice at 1309 Madi- 
son Avenue, New York City. In 1906 I returned to Syra- 
cuse and entered practice of medicine there, becoming 
assistant surgeon at the Hospital of the Qood Shepherd. 
Finally I devoted all my attention to genito-umary surgery, 
filling the position of genito-urinary surgeon at the hospi- 
al of the Qood Shepherd and having a genito-urinary class 
at the Syracuse University Dispensary. Member : American 
Medical Association, Academy of Medicine, Harvard Club 
of Syracuse. 

GASPARE EMMANUEL LENTINE 

Bom Valletta, Malta. 

Parents Frank Lentine, Mary Cefeit. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Business Medicine. 

Address Main St., R. F. D., South Hanson, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

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0rabam Aurbocit Xeupp 

Bom (Not given at Cambridge), 

Parents Francis E. Leupp. 

School High Schooh Washington, D. 0. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Died Jan. 17, 1900. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

FRANK SPALDING LEWIN 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1877. 

Parents Fmnk H. Letoin, Ann Sarissa Spaiding. 

School Mohegan Lake School, Mohegan, N, 7. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Plainfleld Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

I am still following the peaceful pursuit of farming. 
HOWARD VAN HOUTEN LEWIS 

Bom Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 16, 1877. 

Parents John Van Houten Lewis, Amy Larkin Field, 

School Belmont School, Belmont, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married Ruth Hanford Matthews, Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb^ 

11, 1901. 

Children John Hanford, July 15, 190t; Mary Matthews, 

Nov. 21, 1906; Robert Van Houten, Oct. SI, 1908r 
Benjamin Ehrmann, Aug. 18, 1912, 

Business Manufacturer's sales agent. 

Address (home) IOI4 Prospect Ave., Plainfleld, N, J, 

(business) SO Church St., New York, N, Y. 

Member: Machinery Club of the City of New York, Cran- 
ford Golf Club. 

SAMUEL WATTS LEWIS 

Bom Boston, Mass., Jan. 11, 1877. 

Parents Charles Winslow Lewis, Emma Watts. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass, 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business tfote broker. 

Address (home) S2 Harvard Ave., BrookHne, Momb. 

(business) 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Lewis adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

WALTER LICHTENSTEIN 

Bom Braunschtoeig, Germany, April IS, 1880. 

Parents Joseph Lichtenstein, Rosa Elkan. 

School Hoboken Academy, Hoboken, N. J. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901; Ph.D., 1907; Ph.B. (New 

York University), 1899. 
Married Gemma Elizabeth Baumgarten, Arlington, N. J., 

Aug. 29, 1906. 
Children Gemma Margaret, Dec. 6, 1907; Mnxine Marion, 

Dec. 7, 1909. 
Business Librarian and professor. 

Address (home) 2U0 Orrington Ave., Evanston, III. 

(business) Northtoestem University Library, 

Evanston, III. 

After graduation I remained as a graduate student at 
Harvard, receiving Doctor of Philosophy in 1907. In 1905 
was made curator of the HohenzoIIern Collection of (lerman 
History, and in the interests of this collection travelled over 
the larger part of Europe. In 1908, I became librarian of 
Northwestern University, and in June, 1911, was made full 
professor at the same institution, although still retaining 
honorary title of curator at Harvard. Since 1911 I have 
made trips to various parts of Europe and also covered prac- 
tically all of South America in the interests of various Ameri- 
can universities and libraries. I have edited a (Jerman edition 
of Coolidge, A. C. Die Vereinigten Staaten als Weltmacht 
(Mittler u. Sohn, Berlin, 1908). I have written: Date of Sep- 
aration of Ecclesiastical and Lay Jurisdiction in England 
(Chicago, 1908), In Sachen einer Zentralstelle fiir den 
deutschen Buchhandel in den Vereinigten Staaten (1911), 

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Ulrich Zwingli ; selections from his Oerman works, edited with 
introductions and notes, by Samuel Macauley Jackson ; trans- 
lations by Henry Preble, Walter Lichtenstein, and Lawrence 
A. McLouth (New York, Putnam, 1912), Bookbuying Ex- 
periences in Europe (1913). Member: American Historical 
Association, Chicago Library Club, Caxton Club, University 
Club of Evanston, American Library Association, corre- 
sponding member of Sociedade de Geographia de Lisboa 
(Portugal). 

0eorge Stepben Xfnbenltobl 

Born Washington, D, C, Fed. 28, 1876, 

Parents Henry Lindenkohl, Emma Juit. 

School Public Schools, Washington, D. O. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Died Aug. 21, 1992, in Washington, D. 0, 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 

HARRY LINENTHAL 

Bom Minsk, Russia, Jan. 21, 1876. 

Parents Joseph Linenthal, Golde Moskovitz. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 1904. 

Married Theresa Linenthal, Boston, Nov. 24, 1910. 

Children Emma Hilda, Feb. 22, 1912. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 442 Warren St., Roxbury, Mass. 

(business) 48S Beacon St., Boston, Mau. 

Entered Harvard Medical School in 1900 and was gradu- 
ated in 1904. Have been practising medicine in Boston ever 
since. The positions which I have held or that I am at 
present holding are as follows: Volunteer assistant neurolog- 
ical clinic, Massachusetts (General Hospital, 1904 to 1907; 
school physician to Boston Board of Health, 1906-1907 ; state 
inspector of health, Massachusetts State Board of Health, 

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1907 to 1915 ; instructor in pulmonary diseases at Tufts Col- 
lege Medical School, 1911 to 1915; assistant in medicine at 
Harvard Medical School, 1914-1915; visiting physician at 
Mt. Sinai Hospital, since 1905; physician to out-patients, 
Massachusetts (General Hospital since 1913. I have written: 
Articles in medical journals on psychotherapy, communi- 
cable diseases and industrial diseases. Member: American 
Medical Association, Massachusetts Medical Society, Massa- 
chusetts Association of Board of Health, Boston City Club, 
New Century Club. 

EMANUEL LISSNER 

Bom Boston, Mass., July 17, 1877. 

Parents Ephraim Lissner, Constance Bophia Norton. 

School Maiden High School, MaMen, Mass. 

Years in College 1895-1898. 

Degrees A.B., 1899; 8.B., 1900. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address (home) 517 Madison St., Seattle, Wash. 

(permanent) 101 Washington St., Brighton, Mass. 

[Mr. Lissner received his S.B. degree with the Class of 
1900, but prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Re- 
port.] 

ROBERT LIVERMORE 

Born Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 11, ISTtB. 

Parents Thomas Leonard Livermore, Sarah E. Daniels. 

School Boston Latin School and Hopkinson's School, Bos- 

ton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; S.B. (Mass. Inst, of Tech.), 190S. 

Married Chcendolen Marion Young, Colorado Springs, June 

6, 1906. 

Children Robert, Jr., Oct. 16, 1909; Cecily Daniels, April SO, 

1911. 

Business Mining engineer. 

Address (home) Kerr Lake Mine, Cobalt, Ontario, Can. 

(business) Kerr Lake Mining Co., Ltd., Cobait, On- 
tario, Can. 

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After graduation I entered Massachusetts Institute Tech- 
nology, in the mining course and took my S. B. degree in 
1903. Had appendicitis the summer of 1900, so kept pretty 
quiet. In 1901 I went to Sinaloa, Mexico, and worked at a 
mine in the Sierra Madre, coming out across the Sierra 
mule-back with an Indian guide to Parral, an interesting but 
not adventurous trip. In 1902 my brother and I went on a 
bicycle trip abroad, touring England, Belgium, Germany 
and Switzerland. I am glad I saw those countries before 
the Germans got busy at their present activities. In 1903, 
after graduation at Tech. I took a job as surveyor at the 
Camp Bird Mine, Colorado, where I stayed fourteen months, 
leaving to take a lease on the Independence Mine, Cripple 
Creek. I was more or less mixed up in the labor war of 
that time, serving as deputy-sheriff in Cripple Creek and 
Telluride, but escaped getting blown up. In 1905 I took an 
eight-ton traction drill into southern Utah to the San Juan 
River, partly on its own steam and partly by horse, and 
prospected for gold in the Navajo country, again escaping 
with my scalp but without any gold. I then rode alone 
some 200 miles to Telluride, and feeling the need of a 
change, went bear and elk hunting in Wyoming for two 
months, getting plenty of game and riding from the Mon- 
tana to the Colorado line. Mining life carried me pretty 
well over the continent on various trips. I was in Sonora 
during the Yaqui rebellion, Goldfield in boom times, in 
Carolina looking for gold in the Blue Ridge foot-hills, and 
many other places. I leased a mine in Telluride from 1906 
to 1911 and had some success. Besides I was engaged in 
various side issues such as lumbering and ranching and ex* 
amination of mining properties for others, which took me 
again over half of the continent. In 1911-12 I had an ofl&ce 
in Boston in partnership with Halstead Lindsley, '02, for 
examination of mines, and this business kept me travelling 
again from Canada to Mexico. I was in Sonora during 
the Madero revolution when I travelled mule-back over 
many mountain trails, and though I saw many of the in- 
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the position of manager of the Kerr Lake Mine in Cobalt, 
and have been in that position ever since. The most inter- 
esting problem I have had to deal with has been the draining 
of Kerr Lake, the body of water which lay over the mine 
workings. I have written: Prospecting for Gold on the 
San Juan River, (Mining and Scientific Press, February, 
1911), An Elk Hunt in the Wyoming Rockies, (Field and 
Stream, February, 1912), Draining Kerr Lake, (American 
Institute of Mining Engineers Bulletin, August, 1914). 
Member : American Institute of Mining Engineers, Canadian 
Mining Institute, Harvard Engineering Society, Tennis and 
Racquet CJlub, Harvard Club of New York, Temiskaming 
Mine Managers' Association . 

JAMES PILLSBURY LOCKE 

Bom Waltham, Mats., Sept. 21, 1876. 

Parents William PilUhury Locker Emily Ooodhue Sher- 

man. 

School Waltlvam High Schooh Waitham, Moms. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees B.fif., 1900. 

Married Alice Schieffelin CHhson, CroUm FaUs, N. T., Oct. 

7, 190S, 

Children Agnes Dale, July 19, 190i; WiXliam PiXUhwry^ 

Sept. 5. 1906; Roberta Gibson, May SI, 1919. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address (home) 119 Fisher Ave., White Plains, y. T. 

(business) lOS East 125th St., Vew York, N. T. 

After graduation in June, 1900, I worked for the Massa- 
chusetts Highway Commission in making surveys, estimates, 
etc., for new state highways, until November, 1900. In 
January, 1901, I was appointed as an assistant engineer 
with the New York Rapid Transit Commission, then en- 
gaged in building the first subway in New York City. I 
have been in New York continuously since 1901 and have 
been engaged on subway work all of the time. At present 
I am an assistant division engineer in the third division 
office, in charge of constructing a portion of the Lexington 

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Avenue subway, extending from 106th Street and Lexing- 
ton Avenue, along Lexington Avenue under the Harlem 
River and along Mott Avenue and Bast 138th Street in the 
Bronx. Member: Harvard Engineering Society of New 
York, Municipal Engineers Society of New York, Univer- 
sity aub of White Plains, N. Y. 

JOHN ELLERTON LODGE 

Born Nahant, Mass., Aug. 10, 1878. 

Parents Henry Cahot Lodge, Anna Cahot Mills Davis, 

School Private Tutor. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Mary C. Connolly, Boston, Mass., Aug. SI, 1911. 

Business Musician. 

Address Nahant, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

JOHN CARLISLE LORD 

Bom Orange, N. J., Jan. 21, 1876. 

Parents Manton Easthorn Lord, Susan Jane Carlisle. 

School Dearborn-Morgan School, Orange, N. J. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Mary Agnes Guerrero, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 10^ 

1906. 
Children Elinor, June 10, 1910. 

Business Advertising manager. 

Address (home) 601 West 168th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) Jk2 West S9th St., New York, N. Y. 

After leaving college I spent three years in newspaper 
work. Since 1903 I have been advertising manager for sev- 
eral publications. Member: Harvard Club of New Jersey^ 
Harvard Club of New York. 



EDWARD FRANCIS LOUGHLIN 

Born Concord, Mass., Sept. 18, 1877. 

Parents James Joseph Patrick Loughlin, Bridget Marp 

Oullinane. 
School Concord High School, Concord, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Married Lillian Aloyaia Sweeney, Boston, June 24, 1908. 

Children Dorothea, July 8, 1909; Edward Francis, Jr., Jan. 

9, 1912. 
Business Lawyer and clerk of court. 

Address (home) 75 Central Bt, Concord Junction, Mass. 

(huHness) Lapham BuUding, Commonwealth Ave.^ 

Concord Junction, Mass. 

Immediately after the close of the college year in 1900 
I was seized with the call of "high finance" and so found 
myself working in the Third National Bank for the mere 
pittance of five dollars per week. After three months ot 
Thompson's Spa I concluded that I was not temperamental- 
ly fitted for the city, so I drifted back to rustic Concord and 
there assumed the task of teaching school. This was more 
to my liking as it gave me an opportunity to get out in the 
open every afternoon either to take part in athletic games 
or coach others. Then, during the summer months I played 
semi-professional ball, thus having plenty of fun and at the 
same time accumulating a little spare money. In 1904 I 
gave up teaching and entered the Harvard Law School, 
spending one year there. At the close of that term I re- 
ceived the appointment of Clerk of the District Court of 
Central Middlesex, which position I hold at this writing. In 
the year 1910 I decided to take the bar examinations and 
in December of that year succeeding in convincing the bar 
examiners that my good law outweighed my bad law to 
such an extent that I ought to be admitted as an attorney. 
I placed my shingle outside the Lapham Building in Concord 
Junction, and here at the present writing I am pursuing my 
calling. Member : Knights of Columbus, Concord ; Harvard 
Club, Middlesex Bar Association, Association of the Clerks 
of Courts. 

MARKLOVE LOWERY 

Bom Sauquoit, Aug. 18, 1876. 

Parents James Lowery, Emily Gale Marklove. 

School Utica Academy, Utica, N. Y. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A^., 1900. 

Business Horticulturist, 

Address (home) S26 Genesee St., Utica, N. T. 

(business) Sunset Ave., Utica, N. Y. 

[Mr. Lowery adds nothing to his previous report.] 



HOWARD HAINES LOWRY 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. SI, 1879. 

Parents John Collins Lowry, Lavinia Caroline Haines. 

School William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Degrees A..B., 1900; AJB. (Haverford), 1899. 

Married Margaret EruHn Holt, Burlington, N. C, Oct. Vt, 

1908. 
Children Margaret Holt, Dec. 18, 1910. 

Business Banker. 

Address (home) Haverford, Pa. 

(business) iSl Chestnut St., PhUadeilphia, Pa. 

Entered the employ of Coulter and Lowry of Philadelphia, 
finishers of cotton goods. Upon incorporation in 1901 as 
Coulter and Lowry Co., was made secretary and treasurer. 
1903 moved to Greensboro, N. C, to take charge of branch 
plant, which became the headquarters of the company when 
the Philadelphia business was transferred there in 1904. 
Closed out the business in 1910 and removed to Phila- 
delphia, locating at my present home in Haverford, Pa. 
Entered the employ of William P. Bonbright and Co., bank- 
ers, in 1910. Am now assistant treasurer and director of 
the Pennsylvania corporation of William P. Bonbright and 
Co., Inc., and assistant manager of their Philadelphia office. 
Member: Philadelphia Barge Club, Union League of 
Philadelphia, Merion Cricket Club. 

HENRY MARTIN LUSCOMB 

Bom East Boston, Mass., May 18, 1877. 

Parents Martin Luscomb, Rebecca Webb. 

School Bridgetoater High School. 

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Years in CoUege 1896^1901. 

Degrees 8.B., 1901. 

Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address 408 Barnum Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

[Not heard from.] 



RALPH WILLIAM McALLESTER 

Bom MorrisonviUe, N. T., Sept. 15, 1877. 

Parents William Charles McAlleater, Angela Maria Brownr 

son. 
School Manchester High School, Manchester, N. JET. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 190k. 

Married Maude Helen Park, Stoneham, Mass., Oct. 18, 1905. 

Children Jean, Nov. 5, 1907; Robert Vincent, JvXy 7, 1909; 

Ralph William, Jr., Nov. 2, 1915. 
Business Physician. 

Address 155 Linden St., Everett, Mass. 

I was graduated from the Harvard Medical School in 
1904, and from the Carney Hospital in 1905. Almost with- 
out stopping to take breath I started the practice of medi- 
cine in Everett, Mass., and entered the state of matrimony. 
I am still enthusiastic about both states and do not contem- 
plate leaving either of them. Sometime during the month 
after I was married I read an article entitled, **How to 
Live Above Your Income." As my income for that month 
was eight dollars, the tip was of inestimable value then as 
now. For several years I was on the medical staflf at the 
Boston Dispensary. I am now on the staflf at the Whidden 
Hospital, Everett, and visiting physician to the New Eng- 
land Home for Deaf Mutes. My connection at the Home 
has resulted in my becoming familiar with the method of 
conversation used by the inmates. This makes one language 
that I have at my finger-tips. Member: Harvard Club of 
Boston, Massachusetts Medical Society, Everett Medical 
Society. 

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MAURICE LAWRENCE McCARTHY 

Born Haverhill, Mass., July 28, 1879. 

Parents Patrick Joseph McCarthy, Mary Coffee Maney^ 

School Haverhill High School, Haverhill, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900, 

Degrees AM., 1900; AM., 1909. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) SO Maple St., Haverhill, Mass. 
(business) Central Aguirre, Porto Rico. 

[Not heard from.] 



JAMES EDWARD MacCLOSKEY JR. 

Bom Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 16, 1876. 

Parents James Edward MacClosky, Katharine Houston 

Hays. 
School Central High School, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; LLM., 1902. 

Married Helen Irwin, Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1905. 

Children Katharine, Aug. 2S, 1907; Helen, Oct. 20, 1909. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 6420 Beacon St, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(business) Farmers Bank Building, Pittsburgh^ 

Pa. 

Have been engaged constantly in the practice of law^ 
principally corporation work. 



WILLIS SYLVESTER McCQRNICK 

Bom Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. S, 1877. 

Parents William Sylvester McComick, Hannah Keogh. 

School Public schools. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Financier. 

Address Salt Lake City, Utah. 

[Mr. McComick adds nothing further to his previous re- 
port] 

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ROBERT MORRILL McCURDY 

Bom Andover, Mass,, July 7, 1878. 

Parents Matthew Bcohy McCurdy, Lydia MorrUl. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; B.L.8. (New York State Library 

School), 1909. 
Business Librarian. 

Address Mercantile Library, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

I have been in library work since 1903, holding the follow- 
ing positions: Assistant librarian, Gardner A. Sage Library, 
New Brunswick, N. J., 1903-1907; Order librarian, Univer- 
sity of Illinois Library, Urbana, IlL, 1907-1911; Librarian, 
Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 1911. 

GRENVILLE STANLEY MacFARLAND 

Bom Salem, N. Y., June 18, 1878. 

Parents Edwin Stanley MacFarland, Callista Anna Max- 

well. 
School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mats. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Arietta Coasaboom. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 75 Puritan Road, Swampacott, Mass. 

(business) 1 Beacon St., Boston, Mess, 

[Mr. MacFarland adds nothing further to his previous re- 
port.] 

JOHN ERNEST McGAWLEY 

Bom Boston, Mass., Oct. 29, 1876. 

Parents Michael James McOawley, Alice Libby. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; LL.B., 1909. 

Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address Essex, Conn. 

[Not heard from.] 

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ALFRED GAY McGREGOR 

Born Terhune, Ind,, Jan, 2, 1871. 

Parents Donald McGregor, Ellen Mooney. 

School Indiana State Normal School, Terre Haute, Ind, 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1898. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.B. (Indiana University), 1897. 

Married Cora Bowers, New Castle, Ind., Jan. 2, 1897. 

Children Harold Bowers, May 22, 1899. 

Business Contractor, also real estate operator. 

Address S41 Lexington Ave., Lexington, Ky. 

Superintendent schools, Rushville, Ind., 1900-1904; High 
School principal, Corydon, Ky., 1904-1906; teacher in 
Kentucky State University, 1906-1912; real estate and con- 
tracting, 1905-1914. Real estate was a side line for years 
before quitting teaching. It has been in real estate that I 
have succeeded in a financial way. I have built about forty 
houses and have sold about twenty-four of them. I have 
recently bought a ten-acre tract inside city limits and am 
improving it with streets, sewers and sidewalks, prepara- 
tory to building on it in 1915. For a diversion I raise 
flowers, having about 10,000 roses, probably 50,000 gladiolias 
and many other flowers in smaller quantities. I probably 
have many weak points, but flowers touch the weakest spot. 
Throughout the summer season I furnish flowers daily, 
gratis, to every patient in Good Samaritan Hospital, which 
is located near. 

BENTON MacKAYE 

Bom Stamford, Conn., March 6, 1879. 

Parents Steele MacKaye, Mary Medhery. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1905. 

Business Forester. 

Address (home) Shirley, Mass. 

(business) Forest Service, Washington, D, C 

My work since the last report has been with the United 
States Forest Service. 

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GEORGE SAMUEL READ McLEAN 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 18, 1874. 

Parents Isaac McLean, Margaret Batterherry. 

School English High School, Camhridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Business Contractor, 

Address (home) 2218 Massachusetts Ave., North Cam- 

bridge, Mass. 
(business) 292 Dorchester St., South Boston, Mass. 

Member: Masonic Societies, Boston City Club, Harvard 
Club of Boston. 

WILLIAM PRESTON MACLEOD 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Feb. S, 1877. 

Parents William CHraeme Macleod, Mary A, Verity. 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1996-1898. 
Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901); M.D., 1909. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 1654 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge^ 

MOrSS. 
(business) 101 West 58th St., New York, N. T. 

For the first five years following my graduation from the 
Medical School I was interne in various hospitals in Boston 
and New York. Then spent one summer in Europe. Since 
then I have been practising medicine here in New York, 
and as I am still surgeon at the Grand Central Terminal 
here, I do not wander abroad very much as I have always 
something to keep me busy. Member: Harvard Clubs of 
New York and Boston, number of Medical Societies. 

CHARLES HERBERT McNARY 

Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., May 25, 1873. 

Parents Charles Martin McNary, Mary Louise Kearsing. 

School Newark Technical School, Newark, N. J. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees 8,B., 1900. 

Married Mary Elizabeth Patterson, Sacramento, Cat,, Aug. 

15, 1906. 
Address 1231 Myrtle St., Oakland, Cal. 

[Mr. McNary adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



ROY HYDE McN AUGHT 

Bom Seattle, Wash., Aug. 5, 1876. 

Parents James McNnught, Agnes Hyde. 

School The Belmont School, Belmont, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Ellen Gould Walker, New York, N. T., June 1, 

190Ji. 
Children Roy Pinckney, April 28, 1905 (died Feb. 25, 19U) ; 

Agnes Keitt, June 2, 1907. 
Business Real estate operator. 

Address (home) Bayside, L. I. 

(business) 101 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

I spent three years at Columbia Law School but never be- 
came admitted to the bar. I went into the law office of Mc- 
Naught and Searle, and assisted in the business end of the 
firm. This kept me travelling, as their interests were spread 
all over the United States. I got tired of this and wanted 
to stay in one place, and got married. I did both, and went 
into the business of making garden furniture, copies of old 
seats from famous European gardens. We did very well, 
built up a good business. "We were the pioneers in this coun- 
try and had everything our own way. A combination of a 
bad partner, panic of 1907, and bad business judgment (put 
$25,000 into a building on which we took a lease), broke the 
company in 1909. I then sold asbestos, tried the New York 
stock market with indifferent success. Took a trip through 
the northwestern part of Canada, with the idea of locating 
(they were all gambling in land), came back to New York 
and went into the real estate business with Swing, Bacon 
and Henry. Their business is planned a little diflferently from 

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most real estate concerns, and we have a very competent en- 
gineering department, and give particular attention to the 
management of properties. Although the real estate business 
is away below normal at this writing, we cannot complain, 
and I see a good future ahead. 

JOHN WALTER McQUEEN 

Born Elgin, III, Nov. 28, 1875, 

Parents John Alexander McQueen, Martha Baki$^ 

School Elgin Academy, Elgin, III. 

Years in CoUege 1898-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190S. 

Married Florence B. Sawyer, Elgin, III., Oct. 27, 19U. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 806 Highland Ave., Elgin, III. 

(huainesi) 167 Du Page 8t, Elgin, III. 

Harvard Law School, LL. B., 1903; admitted to bar in 
Illinois fall of 1903 and entered office of Charles A. 
Churan, Chicago. Later went into law office of Brown and 
Ailing in Tacoma Building, Chicago, and then in real estate 
office of Van Vlissengen; but came to Elgin in January, 
1905, and practised law two years in firm of Joslyn, Mc- 
Queen and Joslyn, Elgin, 111., and alone five years. In 1913 
entered the firm of Ranstead and McQueen, Elgin, as junior 
partner and have been here since. Member : Century Club. 
Elgin; Secretary of Old Peoples' Home of Elgin, 111. 

ROBERT MUHLIG MAHONEY 

Bom Salem, Mass., June ti, 1879. 

Parents Jeremiah T. Mahoney, Matilda B. Muhlig. 

School Salem High School, Salem, Ma98. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Married Edith Coffin Colby, Salem, Mats., June 6, 1906.^ 

Children Elinor Colby, Oct. 18, 1909. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) H Summer St., Salem, Mats. 

(business) IH Washington St., Salem, Mass, 

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The routine of law practice stuns up my life since I left 
the Law School. I have held no office except in a business 
way. For several years I have been a director of the Naum- 
keag Trust Company, of Daniel Low and Company, Inc.,. 
and of the Holyoke Mutual Fire Insurance Company, all 
of which are located here in Salem. Member : Salem Club,. 
Salem Billiard Cluh, Salem Gk)lf Club. 

EDWARD MALLINCKRODT JR. 

Born 8t. Louis, Mo., Nov. 17, 1878. 

Parents Edtoard Mallinckrodt, Jennie Anderson. 

School Smith Academy, Bi. Louis, Mo. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Married Elizabeth Baker Elliot, Bt. Louis, June S, 1911. 

Children Edward Mallinckrodt, Sd, June SO, 1912; Henry 

Elliot, Jan. 15, 19H. 
Business Chemist and director. 

Address (home) 16 Westmoreland Flace, Bt. Louis, Mo. 

(business) S600 North Becond Bt., Bt. Louis, Mo. 

After receiving the master's degree in 1901, I entered the 
Mallinckrodt Chemical Works and have been there ever 
since. Have worked on a variety of things from practical 
manufacturing to organization problems. Became interest- 
ed in the cancer problem in 1908 and aided in the move- 
ment for a cancer hospital which culminated in the building 
of the Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital in this city. 
Member: American Chemical Society, Franklin Institute,. 
St. Louis Country Club, Harvard Club of New York. 

ROBERT FULTON MANAHAN 

Bom Boston, Mass., Dec. 10, 1878. 

Parents Thomas Bam^el Manahan, Ellen T. Blattery. 

School Boston Latin Bchool, Boston, Mass. 

Years ui CoUege 1896-1897; 1911-1912. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1912); B.B. (Mass. Inst. Tech.), 1909^ 

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Business Mining engineer. 

Address (h<me) 2S1 Edge HiU Road, Eatt MiUan, Ma$s. 

(husineaa) 111 Mills Building, El Paso, Texas, 

Since graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology in 1903, I have been engaged continuously in 
the mining business, mostly in the western states, but more 
recently in Mexico, with the exception of one academic year 
during which I was again a student in college. I finally 
received my A. B. degree somewhat behind schedule, but 
nevertheless as of 1900. I am now with the American 
Smelting and Refining Co. as assistant general manager of 
the mining department. Member: American Institute of 
Mining Engineers, Harvard Club of Boston, Toltec Club, El 
Paso. 



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Born Chicago, III,, May 15, 1876, 

Parents William Reid Manierre, Julia Orr Edson. 

School Milton Academy, Milton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; 8,B. (Armour Institute of Technology), 

1904. 
Married Katharine Newbury, Denver, Col., June 16, 1906, 

Children Samuel, May 19, 1907; George, 4th, Jan, 11, 1909; 

Virginia, April 10, 19H, 
Business Manufacturer of m>achinery and engineer. 

Address (home) 185 Fartoell Ave,, Milwaukee, Wis. 

(business) 710 Manhattan Building, Milwaukee, 

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The year following my graduation was spent in my father's 
refinery as billing clerk. Not finding sufficient occupation for 
my newly-acquired mental outfit, I sought new fields to con- 
quer and devoted much of my time to the technical side of 
the business. Several patents on canning machinery were the 
result. The following spring I entered Armour Institute of 
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class of 1904. After another short period in which I suffered 
a relapse of inventoritis, I settled down to serious work as 
draftsman with the Allis Chalmers Company in Milwaukee. 
The work I had to do was very much to my taste, as the 
company was then developing their new type of large Twin 
Tandem Gas Engines which attracted so much attention at 
the United States Steel Plant, Gary, Indiana. A year later 
the engineering departnuent of Allis Chalmers was transferred 
to their new quarters with glazed windows and green mercury 
lights, resembling more a prison than a drafting room. My 
recollections of this place are the more disagreeable as about 
this time I had a severe illness and my last impressions of 
Allis Chalmers are associated with this unpleasant experience. 
I was happy at this time, however, to have with me my wife 
to whom I shortly before had been married in Denver, Colo- 
rado. On making my escape from Allis Chalmers, I took a 
position as special draftsman for the Milwaukee Coke and Gas 
Company in the general manager's office. Two years later a 
fortunate combination of circumstances placed me in charge 
of the drafting room as plant engineer. Four years at the 
coke plant saw the perfection of a machine for loading coal, 
coke and lime into box cars which led to my leaving the com- 
pany in order to undertake its manufacture. The plans of this 
machine had been drawn by me at night, they were accepted 
by the company and a trial machine was built followed soon 
after by five more. After four years of up-hill work, one 
incident of which was bankruptcy, due to an unfortunate 
partnership, the business has taken on a healthier tone and 
now bids fair to prosper. Inventoritis has now got its fangs 
in me for life, but aside from the pleasure of this surrender, 
I find my chief asset to be the broadening influence that comes 
from contact with men and problems of live interest. Haven't 
been back to Cambridge since graduation, but attended the 
annual meeting last year of the Associated Harvard Clubs in 
Chicago, which thrilling recollection, as a stimulus, I trust 
will find me in Cambridge for 1900 Quindecennial. Here's 
hoping. Member: Harvard Club of Milwaukee, University 
€lub of Milwaukee. 

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FREDERICK THEODORE MANNING 

Bom Worcester, Mass., Dec. 26, 1877, 

Parents Theodore Manning, Caroline Eliaaibeth Woods. 

School Classical High Schooh Worcester, Mass, 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1897. 
Business Retail shoe dealer. 

Address (home) H Second Ave., Waterhury, Conn. 

(business) 52 Bank Bt., Waterhury, Conn. 

1 am in the retail shoe business with stores in Newark, 
Ohio, Reading, Penn., and Waterbury, Conn. Member: 
Country Club of Waterbury, Conn. 

HENRY ENDICOTT MAREAN 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Sept. IS, 1878. 

Parents Joseph Mason Marean, Em7na Frances EndicotU 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Edith Denton Brooks, Cambridge, Mass., Jtin. 21, 

1904. 
Children Mary, Jan. 22, 1906; Henry Endicott, April IS, 

1907 (died Feb. 15, 1909) ; Edith Frances, Sept. 

18, 1910; Nancy Endicott, Jan. 25, 1914. 
Business Salesman. 

Address (home) 57 Payson Road, Belm^ont, Mass. 

(business) 66 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

Member: Belmont Spring Country Club. [Mr. Marean 
adds nothing to previous reports.] 

George f te&eticf{ TISloo&wat& Obavln 

Bom Spring Mills, Centre Co., Pa., Sept. 21, 186S. 

Parents (Not given at Cambridge.) 

School Spring Mills Academy and Central Pennsylvania 

College. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; B.B. (Central Pennsyh 

vania College), 1892; 8M. (Central PennsyU 

vania College), 1895. 

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Married Katharine Frain, Ahdera, Pa., June fS, 189t. 

Children Frain W., Sept. 10, 1895 (died June 11, 1907). 

Died J^ne 11, 1907, in Troy, Ohio. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



CLINTON RICHARD IRWIN MARTIN 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., July S, 1876. 

Parents William Irwin Martin, Catharine Clarice, 

School Berkeley School, New York, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Marion E. Smith, New York, N. Y., June 8, 190S. 

Business Stockbroker. 

Address (home) 21 West 54th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) Care of Lindley, 100 Broadway, New 
York, N. Y. 

[Mr. Martin adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 



KENNETH McGEOCH MARTIN 

Bom Milwaukee, Wis., July 19, 1878. 

Parents James Paul Martin, Eda McOeoch. 

School Hopkinson*s School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Frances Mary Morse, Bellows Falls, April 22, 1909. 

Children Eda McQeoch, May 29, 1904; Kenneth McGeochf 

Jr., Dec. SO, 1907; Francis Alden, Sept. 5, 1909; 

Roger Harper, March S, 1911. 
Business Farmer. 

Address (home) Westmoreland Road, Keene, N. JET. 

(business) Kence*s Farm, Westmorekmd Roadr 

Keene, N. H. 

Have been farming for about eight years. Before that I 
tried a variety of things and am satisfied I like the peace 
and quiet of the country. My one girl and three boys look 
as though the country agreed with them. 

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WILLIAM ROGER MARTIN 

Bom Liberty, Mo., Jan, SO, 1877. 

Parents William Hamilton Martin, Martha Dougherty. 

School Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Leah Courtney, Liberty, Mo., Dec. 28, 1904. 

Children Roger Courtney, Jan. 1, 1906. 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 1221 Uth St., Bedford, Ind. 

(business) Citizens National Bank Building, Bed' 
ford, Ind. 

After graduation in June, 1900, I returned to Bedford, 
Indiana, and entered into the practice of law with E. K. 
Dye. Later, when my father, William H. Martin, retired 
from the bench, the firm was composed of Martin, Dye and 
Martin, which continued until I went to Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, to become assistant general agent for The Mutual 
Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. J., for Kansas 
and western Missouri. I remained in K^msas City until 
February, 1913, when my father's illness required me to re- 
turn to Bedford, Indiana, where I again engaged in the 
practice of law under firm name of Martin, Pearson and 
Martin. Upon my father's death in April, 1914, the firm 
was continued under the style of Pearson and Martin and 
so continues at this time. I represent a number of the Bed- 
ford Stone operators, am counsel for the Citizens National 
Bank and Citizens Trust Company, and a director in both 
institutions. Member: University Club of B[ansas City, 
Missouri, Elm Ridge Golf Club of Kansas City, Missouri, 
Harvard Club of Kansas City, Missouri, Stone Club of Bed- 
ford, Indiana. 

Jerome Xeo flDari 

Bom Albany, N. Y., March 6, 1878. 

Parents Albert Isaac Marx. Nancy Marks. 

School High School, Albany, N. Y. 

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Degrees A.B„ 1900. 

Died Sept. 22, 1900, in Albany, N. Y. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

ALBERT GARDNER MASON 

Bom Worcester, M(U9., Jan. 19, 1878. 

Parents John Frederick Maaon, Ida Amanda Kanouae, 

School Worcester Classical High Schooh Worcester, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Caroline Humphrey Oay, Cohasset, Mass., June 8f 

1911. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) SS Maple Bt. Neto Bedford, Mass. 

(business) Care of Whitman Mitts, New Bedford^ 

Mass. 

Was graduated from Harvard June, 1900. Was in bank- 
ing office of Kinnicutt and DeWitt, Worcester, Mass., 
August, 1900, to April, 1901; with Kidder Peabody and 
Co., bankers, Boston, April, 1901, to spring of 1905. From 
then until May, 1907, with Fisk and Robinson, bankers. New 
York, as a representative in Worcester, Mass. oflSce. July 1, 
1907, went to New Bedford as assistant treasurer in Whit- 
man Mills, elected treasurer in December, 1907, which oflSce 
I still hold. Director in Whitman Mills, American 
Mutual Liability Ins. Co., and Worcester Manufacturers 
Mutual Fire Ins. Co. Secretary Mason Brush Works, Wor- 
cester, Mass. Member; Harvard Club of New York, Har- 
vard Club of Boston, Varsity Club of Cambridge, Wamsutta 
Club of New Bedford, Arkwright Club of Boston. 

HAROLD WESTON MASON 

Bom Hyde Park, Mass., Oct. IS, 1878. 

Parents Daniel Weston Mason, Mary Ellen Leighton. 

School High School, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901); LLJB., 1904 (1906). 

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Married Alice Gertrude Robh, Medford, Mki$$., June 26, 

1911, 
Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 10 Church 8t,, North Attlehoro, Mass, 

(bu8ine89) 60 State St, Boston, Mass, 

I managed to worry through the Law School and have man- 
aged to worry through life since. But I really haven't done 
anything except marry, and that only once. Member: 
Masons, Jewellers' Club of North Attleboro, Mass. 

ROBERT LEVI MASON 

Bom Worcester, Mass,, Dec, 25, 1876, 

Parents John Frederic Mason, Ida Amanda Kanouse. 

School Worcester Classical High School, Worcester, Mass, 

Years in College 1896^1900, 

Degrees S,B„ 1900, 

Business Purchasing agent. 

Address (home) 25 Dayton St., Worcester, Mass. 

(business) 21 Lincoln St„ Worcester, Mass. 

Entered employ Morgan Spring Co., Worcester, Mass., 
December 10, 1900; Morgan Construction Co., December 12, 
1912, as purchasing agent, where I have been ever since. 
President Mason Brush Works; member of Worcester 
County Institution for Savings and People's Savings Bank. 
Now serving second three-year term as assessor for the 
Second Parish Church (Unitarian). Was one of committee 
to reorganize the Worcester Board of Trade into the Wor- 
cester Chamber of Commerce. Member: Harvard Club of 
Boston; Harvard Union (life member), Cambridge; Ameri- 
can Unitarian Society (life member), Boston; Worcester 
Club (secretary) ; Tatnuck Country Club (treasurer) ; Wor- 
cester Society of Antiquity; Worcester Harvard Club. 

ELIAS MAYER 

Bom Chicago, III,, Nov. 4* 1877, 

Parents Soloman Mayer, Helen Sinsheimer. 

School Lake View High School, Chicago, III. 

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Tears in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B,, 1900. 

Married Lucile Belle Mayer, Chicago, III., June 1, 1909. 

Children Robert Eliaa, Jan. 27, 1911; Elinor LUlie, Nov. 10, 

1914. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 5125 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, W. 

(business) S8 South Dearborn Bt., Chicago, HI. 

Upon leaving college, I entered Northwestern University 
Law School, and while attending the law school, worked in 
the office of Julian W. Mack, an eminent Harvard product. 
Upon being admitted to the bar in 1903, 1 entered the practice 
of law, becoming a member of the firm of Stein, Mayer, Stein 
and Hume. Two of my partners were Yale men, but it 
takes at least that number to offset one Harvard man, and 
I accordingly took my chances. Since 1906 the firm has been 
Stein, Mayer and Stein, Mr. Hume having been elected to 
the bench. I have done nothing of general interest; have 
simply devoted myself to my profession. Here and there I 
have taken some interest in business ventures, which, thanks 
to the fact that I have never been the guiding spirit in any 
of them, have had some measure of success. Though not a 
member of any society for the prevention of cruelty, I am 
nevertheless humane — therefore I bring this featureless 
narrative to a close. Member: Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tion, Chicago Bar Association, Illinois Athletic Club, Ravisloe 
Country Club. 

HENRY ROGERS MAYO 

Bom Lynn, Masi., Jan. 19, 1879. 

Parents Frederick D. Mayo, Lucy A. Rogert. 

School Classical High Bchooh Lynn, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LLJB., 1902. 

Married Esther Hacker Kelley, Lynn, Mass., June 19, 1906. 

Children Catharine Hacker, July 7, 1907; Henry Rogers, 

Jan. 10, 1912. 
Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 26 Red Rock Bt., Lynn, Mass. 

(business) SS8 Union Bt, Lynn, Mass. 

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Practising law at Lynn since leaving Law School. Direct- 
or of Central National Bank, (Lynn), Director of Salem 
Golf Clnb, Vice-President of Oxford Club, (Lynn), President 
of Forestry Association, (Lynn), Director of Chamber of 
Commerce, (Lynn). Member: Advisory Committee Sons 
of American Revolution, Lynn Harvard Club, Essex County 
and Massachusetts Bar Associations. 

ELIJAH WOOD MEDDAUGH 

Bom Detroit, Mich., April 25, 1872. 

Parents Elijah Wood Meddaugh, Emily Eugenie Maynard. 

School Detroit Bchool for Boys, Detroit, Mich. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Judda Palmer, St. Joseph, Mich., July 25, 1910. 

Children Julia, Feh. 8, 1915. 

Business ^ot employed at present. 

Address (home) Paw Paw Lake, Watervliet, Mich. 

After leaving Harvard I went up into Canada and went 
out with a Grand Trunk survey gang to survey the Grand 
Trunk Pacific. It was in the winter and somewhat cold. 
The only way I could manage to keep warm was to build 
a hot fire in the tent and then take a drink of Perry Davis' 
Pain Killer. After I had enjoyed myself in this way for 
several weeks and had acquired a splendid cough and a 
pretty fair case of rheumatism, I had a lucid interval one 
day and returned to Chicago. When I reached Chicago, I 
entered my cousin's law oflSce and stayed there till about 
1909, since which time I have labored not. 

HENRY KNIGHTS MELCHER 

Bom Salem, Mass., June 4, 1877. 

Parents Oeorge Brackett Melcher, Louisa Jane Knights. 

School Sclem High School, Salem, Mass. 

Years in College 1895-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Miriam Gerry, Bangor, Me., Sept. 11, 1911. 

Badness Telephone engineer. 

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Address (home) 16 Gcrland Bi., Bangwr, Me, 

(lm9ine$$) Care of New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Company, Bangor, Me. 

Since the last report, my life's story contains bnt two 
events of any moment : First, I got out of politics, for good 
and all, I hope. Second, I got married. So that the only 
office of honor or trust (and of which I am justly proud,, 
believe me) I now hold is that of husband of my wife. 

WALTER CURRAN MENDENHALL 

Bom Marlboro, Stark Co., Ohio, Feh. 20, 1871. 

Parents William King Mendenhall, Emma Pierce Qarrin-^ 

ger. 
School Ohio Normal UniverMity. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Business Geologist. 

Address (home) Cosmos Club, Washington, D. 0. 

(business) United States Geological Survey, Wash-^ 

ington, D. C. 

[Not heard from.] 



CHARLES KRIEBLE MESCHTER 

Bom Worcester, Pa., Sept. 19, 1871. 

Parents George Krieble Meschter, Mary Ann Anders 

Krieble. 
School West Chester State Normal School, West Chester, 

Pa. 
Years in CoUege 1898-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; B.Sc. (University of PennsyJvanto), 

1896; AM. (University of Pennsylvania), 1907;^ 

Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), 191$. 
Married Laura Brower Eisenbrey, Terwood, Pa., Sept. t, 

1897. 
Business Professor of English. 

Address 27 N. New St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Immediately after graduating from the University of 
Pennsylvania in 1896, I became head of the departments of 

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English and German at Perkiomen Seminary, Pennsburg, 
Pa., and retained this position until 1905. In 1899-1900 I 
was granted a year's leave of absence to take special work 
in English at Harvard, for which work I received the degree 
of A. B. In 1905 I was appointed instructor in English at 
Lehigh University and continued in this tin til 1909 when I 
was made assistant professor of English; this position I 
have retained to the present time. In 1910, along with my 
duties of assistant professor of English in Lehigh, I was 
appointed head of the department of English in the 
Moravian College for Women, Bethlehem, Pa. This, with 
my other position, I have filled until the present time. In 
addition to my college work I frequently give addresses in 
my locality. Besides, I occasionally write poems. A critic 
said of one of my poems (a Memorial Hymn to certain 
Pennsylvania settlers), that it has ''the strength and 
rhythm of Julia Ward Howe's, *'The Battle Hymn of the 
Eepublic." I have written: Leisure Hour Poems. (The A. 
E. Damly Estate, Publishers, Skippack, Pa., 1894), Dela- 
ware Water Gap Lyrics, (Quinlin Printing Co., South 
Bethlehem, Pa., 1913), Chamberlaine's Love's Victory, edited 
with introduction and notes, (Bethlehem Printing Co., 
Bethlehem, Pa., 1914). 



EDWIN FLINT METCALF 



Bom Springfield, Mosm,, Aug. 21, 1876, 

Parents Edtoin Dickinson Metcdlf, Carrie Walker Flint. 

School Powder Point Bchooh Duxbury, Ma$9. 

Years in Conege 1896^1897. 

Married Bertha Louise Rich, Auburn, N. Y., Oct. SI, 1906. 

Children Edwin Rich, March 15, 1908; Frank Rich, Bept. 5, 

1909. 
BosineM Manufacturer. 

Address 70 South St., Auburn, N. Y. 



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GEORGE HARRISON MIFFLIN JR. 

Bom Boston, M<U8„ Oct. 25, 1878, 

Parents George Harrison Mi^in, <A»ne Appleton Phillips. 

School Oroton School, Oroton, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Publisher. 

Address Houghton Mifjlin Co., 4 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

I went abroad for a year and a half directly after college, 
going pretty thoroughly over western Europe, and entered 
my present business in January, 1902. In 1908 I became a 
director in Houghton Mifflin Co. My work keeps me around 
Boston most of the time, though I have had several vacation 
trips abroad with friends or visiting friends on the other 
«ide. In winter I live in Boston ; spring and fall I spend in 
the country at North Andover; summer on the seashore at 
Nahant. Outside my business some of my interests are 
music, acting, farming — and classmates. Member: Tennis 
and Racquet Club, Union Boat Club, Brookline Country Club, 
Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of Boston, Har- 
vard Musical Association. 

MOUNTFORT MILLS 

Bom Boston, Mass., Dec. t1, 1874. 

Parents Henry Franklin Mills, Anna Maria Taylor. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address 54 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

[Not heard from.] 

JAMES STEPHENS MINARY 

Bom Louisville, Ky., Sept. 5, 1877. 

Parents Thomas Jay Minary, Analkt Stephens. 

School Manual training, high and private schools. 

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Business Transportation, 

Address 966 South Second St, Louisville, Ky. 

[Not heard from.] 

THOMAS LAWRENCE MISKELL 

Bom Brookline, Mass., Aug. 10, 1872. 

School Brookline Public Schools, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Agnes Keenan, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Business Real estate manager. 

Address "Newton St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

There is nothing to add to last report. 

EDUARD HEINE MOELLER 

Bom Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1877. 

Parents Eduard Moeller, Marie Schummacher, 

School Heathcote School, Buffalo, N. 7. 

Years in College 1896-1902. 

Married Mary Lynch Barry, Mny 8, 1919. 

Degrees S.B., 1902. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address 292 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. 7. 

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CHARLES MOLINE 

Motala, Sweden, Dec. 9, 1876. 

Charles Oustaf Moline, Mary Augusta Anderson. 

Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

S.B., 1900; M.D., 1909. 

Edith Earl Ouilford, Sunderland, Mass., Sept. i4, 

1905. 
Jessie GuUford, May 6, 1908; Mary Fanning, Oct. 

26, 1919. 
Physician. 
Main St., Sunderland, Mass. 

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Nothing new since the last re-union (only another baby, 
destined for Badeliffe, not Harvard). Still practising the 
gentle art of physic in the country and doing it a little more 
easily, thanks to Mr. Henry Ford and gasoline, instead of 
hay. Have dipped deeply into the political game and have 
finally arrived: Chairman of the school committee (I 
flatter myself that that will make the eyes of 1900 bulge a 
few). Being but a modest violet I'll not tell about the 
books I've written, nor will I mention the numberless 
societies honored by having my name on their rolls. 

EDWARD MAURICE MONTCHYK 

Bom Warsato, Ru89ian Poland, May 20, 1876. 

Parents M^aurice Manczyk, Rosalie LikienUkdwna, 

School Armour Institute, Chicago, ill. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900, 

Degrees A.B,, 1900; B.B. (University of Colorado), 1899, 

Married Emma Louise Sands, Netf> York, N. Y„ June 20, 

1905. 
Children Edward Mortimer, May U, 1906; Kenneth Lynn, 

June SO, 1912. 
Business Telephone engineer. 

Address (home) 51 rue Stephanie, Antwerp, Belgium, 

(business) 468 West St., New York, N. Y. 

After graduation I worked for two years in the meter and 
instrument department of the General Electric Co. at Lynn, 
Mass., as an assistant engineer. I helped to develop new 
apparatus and conducted laboratory tests on various measur- 
ing and indicating electrical instruments. I entered the em- 
ployment of the Western Electric Co. at New York in the 
summer of 1902. I contined my work in New York till the 
end of 1907 when I accepted an engineering position in the 
Antwerp house of our company (in January, 1908). I now 
hold the position of the chief engineer at Antwerp. Since 
the outbreak of the war I spent some time in London and 
came over to New York with my family last November. 
We visited New York and Chicago in the spring of 1911, 
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often to visit various European towns and I have been all 
over Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, as well as in Paris, 
Milan, Berlin and London. This, in combination with my 
trans- Atlantic travels, makes me feel confident that our two 
young sons are the most-travelled little boys in the class. In 
spite of this, they can hold their own when they get to this 
country and my oldest boy entered an American public 
school and made satisfactory progress without having ever 
had any lessons in English, outside of what he picked up 
himself at home. Our baby can likewise lick anything o^ 
his own weight, in spite of his Flemish, Wallonian, French 
and German linguistic handicaps. My European and Ameri- 
can experience has taught me to feel at home in various 
places under widely diflfering conditions and, given interest- 
ing work with a good lot of fellows to work with, it seems 
almost of no consequence where the work is to be carried 
out. One's wife has often a different point of view, but even 
she can find compensation in European museums, ancient 
monuments, theatres, opera and good domestic servants, in 
addition to a limited acquaintance with American exiles, 
against the advantages of living at home. The children 
are all alike in any of the countries I have visited. As to 
sunshine and shadows, while some places have more of one 
than of the other, the real comparison of their relation 
comes from inside and does not depend entirely on the out- 
side conditions. 

HENRY Dubois bailey MOORE 

Bom New York, N. Y., June 18, 187$. 

Parents James Moore Jr., Caroline Mead Bailey. 

School WestminHer School, Bimthury, Conn. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Badness Electrical engineer (not practising). 

Address 1 West 72d St., New York, N. Y. 

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close of 1902. In 1904 I entered the Western Electric Com- 
pany's employ in New York where I remained until ordered 
to China in 1909. The years 1909-1912 I passed in China. 
On my return from China in November, 1912, I retired from 
active work and have since spent a good deal of time in 
travelling about from one place to another. However, I 
make my headquarters in New York and manage to get 
there at frequent intervals for stays of uncertain length. 
So far no one has pinned any medals on me or trusted me 
with any office of trust. Member: Harvard Club of New 
York, Shanghai Club, Shanghai, China. 

HOWARD BURTON MOORE 

Bom Danvilley Pa., Bept 10, 1876, 

Parents Joseph Patton Moore, Margaretta Beale Btewart. 

School Dickinson College, 

Years in College 1897-1900, 

Degrees A.B„ 1900, 

Address 7i2 East Diamond 8t„ Alleghany, Pa. 

[Not heard from.] 



RALPH SPENCER MOORE 

Born Cambridge, Mass,, Feb, 20, 1878, 

Parents Edward iRobinson Moore, Sophronia Pattersonr 

Babb, 
School Rindge Manual Training Bchool, Cambridge,. 

Mass, 
Years in CoUege 1896-1900, 



Degrees 


8.B„ 1900, 


Married 


Gertrude Wilhelmina Wigham, Bydney, Australia^ 




Bept. 4, 1909. 


Business 


Merchant, 


Address 


(home) "Tamar**, Oreen Bt, Cremome, Bydney^ 




Australia. 




(business) S87 George 8t„ Bydney, N. B. W., Aus- 




tralia. 



Soon after I left college I went to Cuba where I worked 
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partment of Havana; and thon 1. put in a year with the 
Cuba Company, being employed on the survej' of the rail- 
road from Santa Clara to Santiago de Cuba. I returned to 
the States in May, 1902, with the idea of securing a position 
which would take me to the Spanish countries where I could 
make use of the Spanish which I had become quite convers- 
ant with in Cuba. I might say that I would not have become 
so conversant had I not been well drilled in the elements of the 
language at Harvard. It took me a year to find what I 
wanted; but I secured the position of foreign traveller for 
Whitall Tatum Company of New York. I made three trips 
for them through Porto Rico, Cuba, and Mexico, when they 
offered me the managership of their Australian branch lo- 
cated at Sydney, New South Wales. I came to Australia in 
1905 and held this position till last year, when, on my last 
trip home, I made arrangements to take Whitall Tatum 
Company's business as an agency, with the right to repre- 
sent other firms. I established the business of R. S. Moore 
and Co. at 387 George Street, Sydney, where we carry on a 
general agency business, representing American houses. 
During my term of managership for Whitall Tatum Com- 
pany in this territory, I made a special trip to the East 
Indies, China, Straits Settlements and India, and one trip 
to South Africa in the interests of my firm. On each trip 
home I try to take a different route, so as to see as much of 
the world as possible. I have crossed the Pacific four times 
by the routes via Vancouver and San fVancisco; made one 
trip via South Africa and England, and once via the Suez 
Canal and Continental ports and Algiers. The next time I 
hope to go through the Panama Canal. Perhaps later there 
will be a route by aeroplane. 

WILLIAM ADDISON MOORE 

Bom Toronto, Ont, Can,, May J, 1875. 

School Upper Canada College and McGill Univenity, 

Montreal, Que,, Can. 
Years in College 1898-1900. 

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Francet Mary Bradley, Beloit, WU., July, 1905. 
Businets manager. 

Wettem Cfeneral Electric Co., Red Deer, ATbertOf 
Canada. 

[Not heard from.] 



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Peterhoro, N. H., Aug. 5, 1S7$. 

Robert Bunin Morison, Anne ThereMa Abbot. 

PhillipM Exeter Academy, Exeter, N. H. 

1896^1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

Amelia Huntley Elmore, Milwaukee, Wi$., Jan. 1, 

1906. 
Robert Swain, Nov. ^, 1906; Biting Elmore, Dec 

H, 1909; John Hopkins, June 29, 1918. 
Manufacturer. 

(home) Hawthorne Ave., South Milwaukee, Wi$. 
(business) Bucyrus Co., South Milwaukee, Wis. 



Immediately upon graduation I went to the Pacific Coast 
where I 8j)ent four months under the Division of Forestry 
of the Department of Agriculture, surveying timber in Wash- 
ington and Oregon. After a few weeks in a machine shop 
in Peterhoro, New Hampshire, I went to South Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, to work as a machinist in the shops of the 
Bucyrus Company, the largest manufacturer in the world of 
steam shovels, dredges and general machinery for excavation 
work. I have remained here ever since and for the last five 
years have been secretary of the company. My time has 
been so occupied as to leave no opportunity for travelling, 
other than frequent trips over the United States and Canada. 
I have no literary or political aspirations and my only public 
appearances are when I give an occasional lecture at some 
engineering college or convention. After living in Milwaukee 
for ten or twelve years we recently yielded to a desire we 
all felt for the country and removed to an old-fashioned home 
near South Milwaukee on the shore of Lake Michigan. Here 
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of interest into the lives of a community of unenlightened 
individuals, composed principally of the families of the em- 
ployees in our shops. At the same time we feel that life is 
well worth living in the simple country home that is always 
open to the 1900 men who happen out in this direction. Mem- 
ber: University Club of Milwaukee, Harvard Club of Mil- 
waukee. 

HORACE MORISON 



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Roxhury, Mass,, Oct. J, 1878, 

Samuel Lord Morison, Nancy Olive Winiam9. 

Roxhury Latin Schooh Boston, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

A.B., 1900. 

Arria Frazer Cotton, Chicago, HI., March t7, 1906. 

Nancy Olive, March 20, 1907; Elizabeth Cotton, 

Feb. 27, 1910; Arria, Aug. IS, 191S. 
Trustee. 

(home) S Louishurg Square, Boston, Mass. 
(business) 160 State St., Boston, Mass. 



Since 1910 I have continued in the same oflBce in charge of 
various trust properties. For relaxation I have spent con- 
siderable time in the rehabilitation of an old New Hampshire 
farm. Member: Union Club of Boston, Harvard Club of 
Boston, Harvard Club of New York. 

CHARLES HENRY MORRILL 



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Marshalltown, Iowa, Nov. 2S, 1878. 

Henry Leighton Morrill, Clara White. 

Smith Academy, St. Louis, Mo. 

1896-1900. 

S.B., 1900; A.B., 1901. 

Lenita Collins, St. Louis, Mo., Nov. SO, 1909. 

Henry Leighton, May 12, 1911; Culvin Ford, Dec 

29, 1912. 
General insurance agent and broker, 
(home) 6142 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo. 
(business) 1226 Pierce Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

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During college and for several months thereafter it was 
my ambition to pursue electric engineering for a livelihood. 
Several positions were available at graduation, but the loca- 
tions and the prospects were not encouraging. In the autumn 
of 1900 my present senior partner, George D. Markham, erst- 
while overseer, persuaded me to come into his office as a 
**cub" insurance man **to see what it was like'* as he ex- 
pressed it; in the meanwhile continuing my search for an 
attractive engineering position. I was given to understand 
that I should be paid what I was worth, which ** wouldn't be 
much," and with liberty to quit on a day's notice. It was 
also impressed on me that the concern would probably sur- 
vive if I did quit. As a matter of fact I cordially disliked 
the idea of insurance as a profession. This was due to my 
half-baked idea that insurance as a profession consisted of 
hounding a prospective purchaser until he threw up his hands 
and paid what was necessary to relieve him of the shadower. 
This impression probably was due to crude work of life in- 
surance solicitors. The first six months were discouraging 
in the extreme. It was hard work overcoming my prejudice 
against insurance of any kind, although the business of W. 
H. Markham and Co. included all classes of risks, such as 
fire, marine, and the usual contracts of indemnity. After 
that time the broader side of the business began to appeal 
to me and with increasing knowledge of the business my 
prejudice faded away and my interest was fully aroused. In 
1903 I was made a partner in the firm and have never re- 
gretted the strange departure from my plans as an under- 
graduate. For several years I have given special study to 
railroad insurance and fire prevention work, — a large and 
absorbing work. From 1902 to 1914 inclusive, I have been 
managing underwriter of the Individual Fire Underwriters 
of St. Louis. At various times I have served as treasurer of 
the University Club, St. Louis, and at present I am treasurer 
of the Noonday Club, director of the American Trust Co. and 
the Title Guaranty Trust Co., and president of the Pyrene 
Co. of Missouri. As a rule my summer trips have been North 
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their summer vacations and renewing old friendships. Mem- 
ber: Harvard Club of St. Louis, Country Club of St. Louis, 
University Club of St. Louis, Noonday Club of St Louis, 
Civic League of St. Louis, Railway Fire Protection Associ- 
ation. 

CHARLES HERBERT MORRILL 

Bom North Andover, M<U8., June 1, 187S, 

Parents Charles Plummer Morrill, Ellen 8alome Oorbett 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1897; 19001902. 

Degrees 8,B., 1900 (1902). 

Married Mary Elizabeth Wardtoell, Wahan, Mass., June 17, 

1902. 
Children Charles Wardtoelh May 81, 1904. 

Business Teacher in State Normal School. 

Address Hyannis, Mass. 

[Mr. Morrill adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 



FRANCIS XAVIER MORRILL 

Bom Fitchlmrg, Mass., Jan. 18, 1879. 

Parents John Daniel Morrill, Anna Marie Lang. 

School Fitchburg High School, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Business Instructor in practical arts. 

Address (home) 8S Snow St, Fitchburg, Mass. 

(business) State Normal School, Fitchburg, Mass. 

After leaving college I entered into business with my 
brother. A few years ago I became connected with the 
practical arts department of the Fitchburg State Normal 
School, where I am at present. I have been a member of 
various musical organizations in this vicinity, and am at 
present an enlisted musician in the Sixth Infantry, M. V. M. 
Was member of Pierian Sodality, when in college. 

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ftcbctic TPntlUam Aorridon 

Born Brookline, Mass., March 24, 1878. 

Parents David Frank MorrUan, Mary Lynch, 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM,, 1902. 

Married Roaario MuHoz y Carvajal, Boston, Mass., Nov. 5, 

1901. 
Died Sept. 8, 1914, in Annapolis, Md. 

Frederick William Morrison was bom at Brookline, Massa- 
chusetts, on March 24, 1878, the son of David Franklin Morri- 
son and Mary Hanna Lynch. His preparation for college was 
obtained at Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. In college he 
specialized in Franch and Spanish and took part in French 
plays, acting in **Athalie*' in 1897, and acting Thibaut in 
**Le Medecini malgre lui" in 1898, M. Bobinet in **La Com- 
tesse d' Escarbaguas'* in 1898, and Gareau in **Le Pedant 
Joue*' in 1900. He received a detur in 1897-8 and scholar- 
ships in 1897-8 and 1898-9. He was graduated magnum cum 
laude, with honorable mention in French (bis). During the 
summer of 1900 he was a member of the teaching staff of the 
Harvard Summer School for Cuban Teachers. He was a 
member of the Circle Francais, La Sociedad Espanola, of 
which he was secretary in 1900, and of the Catholic Club. 
From 1900 to 1902 he attended the Graduate School and in 
the latter year received his degree of A.M. He specialized 
there in languages; Spanish, French, Italian and German. 
In 1902-3 he was assistant in French. In the summer of 
1903 he taught in the Harvard Summer School for the Porto 
Rican Teachers. 1903-4 he was assistant in French and Span- 
ish. During his stay in the Graduate School and his years of 
teaching at Harvard he took an active part in El Club 
Espanol of Boston, lecturing, particularly on Armando 
Palacio Yaldes and Spanish folk songs, and reading and acting 
in Spanish. In 1904 he was reappointed assistant at Har- 
vard, but having brilliantly passed competitive examinations 
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States Naval Academy, he received an appointment there. 
He was the only American of the eleven candidates at this 
examination. Two promotions as instructor came to him, and 
in 1913 he was promoted to the position of professor in Span- 
ish at the Navel Academy. His death on Sept. 8, 1914, was 
due to typhoid fever. He was a skilled fencer and in 
1909 became very much interested in helping to coach the 
midshipmen in this sport. His valuable assistance was men- 
tioned by the representative for fencing in the annual report 
of the Navy Athletic Association for the year 1912-3, as 
follows: **In closing this report I wish to invite your at- 
tention to the valuable service rendered the team by Professor 
F. W. Morrison, of the Department of Modern Languages. 
Professor Morrison gave up every afternoon during the long 
training season and worked patiently and efficiently with the 
various members of the squad. His knowledge of fencing, 
coupled with his skill with the foil and his excellent judg- 
ment, proved of inestimable value and merits the warmest 
thanks of the Association." In 1913-5 he was representative 
' for fencing and a member of the executive committee of the 
Navy Athletic Association. He was also invited to fence at 
the Fencers Club at Washington. In the summer of 1911 he 
went to Spain and completed his research in the public 
libraries at Seville and Madrid, finishing his thesis on **The 
Influence of the French Literature on the Spanish Literature 
of the Nineteenth Century,'* which he was to present at 
Harvard for his Ph.D. He had much talent for music and at 
the early age of eleven played the classics in concerts. He 
translated in Blair and Robertson's ** Philippine Islands" 
Father Chirino's **Relacion de las Islas Filipinas," (Arthur 
H. Clark Co., Cleveland, Ohio) ; edited with Rev. William 
Safford Jones, ** College Themes and Letters," by Francis 
Morrison (George H. Ellis, Boston, 1899) ; edited in coUobor- 
ation with Phillip Churchman, with introduction, notes and 
vocabulary, *'La Alegria del Capitan Ribot," by Armando 
Palacio Valdes (D. C. Heath & Co., Boston, 1906, second 
edition 1907); edited with notes and vocabulary, **Tres 
Comedias Modernas (Henry Holt & Co., New York, 1909) ; 

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edited with notes and vocabulary **Cuentos Modemos" (D. 
C. Heath & Co., Boston, 1911). He also wrote professional 
articles, chiefly in the Spanish field, in ** Modern Language 
Notes" and elsewhere, and translated scientific articles from 
the Italian for the United States Naval Institute. Prom 
Mr. Morrison's own statements in the Third Class Report, it 
is evident that he had in mind the preparation of much ad- 
ditional work on Spanish literature for publication. He was 
a member of the Harvard Club of Annapolis and of El Ateneo 
Hispano Americano de Washington, Modern Language Asso- 
ciation, Naval Academy OflScers Mess, Annapolitan Club of 
Annapolis, Harvard Club of Annapolis, El Club Espanol of 
Boston, and Navy Athletic Association. Letters from his 
colleagues at Annapolis and from eminent teachers and au- 
thorities on French and Spanish in this and other countries, 
among them Professor C. H. Grandgent and Professor J. D. 
M. Ford of Harvard, show that they held a very high opinion 
of his ability and scholarly knowledge of French and Span- 
ish. His published works received great praise in the maga- 
izines in which they were reviewed. He was a bom teacher, 
efficient, enthusiastic and always hard at work. The respect 
and affection of his associates were his in the highest degree. 
At the Naval Academy his advice was always valued by the 
head of his department. An associate there writes of him as 
follows: ** Professor Morrison was a scholar of rare attain- 
ments, a master of Spanish philology and literature, and a 
finished student of French, (Jerman and Italian. His various 
publications and text books evinced a thorough knowledge of 
Spanish literature and a profound study of the language, 
which classed him as one of the greatest authorities in Span- 
ish in this country. As a linguist he had few equals, and 
his wonderful adaptability enabled him to combine the Latin 
temperament with the Saxon, not only in words but in spirit 
and thought. His death was an always will be a great sorrow 
to those of us whose good fortune it was to have known him 
intimately. He was a child at heart; he sought the beauti- 
ful in life as he did in nature. He had no faults, his mission 
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smiled under adversity. Professor Morrison took a great 
interest in the Midshipmen at the Naval Academy outside of 
his professional work. For years he spent his hours of leisure 
with the fencing team, and contributed greatly to the excel- 
lence attained and shown by the Naval Academy fencing team 
this year." 

JAMES FRANCIS MORRISON 

Born Thompsonvaie, Conn., Oct. 2S, 1871. 

Parents James Morrison, Georgianna Ward. 

School PMllipB Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M,D. (Johns Hopkins), 190k. 

Married Sarah Letitia Crowell, Barrington, N. 8., 8ept. 16^ 

1908. 
Business Physician. 

Address SOS Albany Ave., Brooklyn, N. 7. 

After receiving my M.D. at Johns Hopkins in 1904, I 
served as interne at the Connecticut State Hospital, Middle- 
town, Conn., from July to December, 1904, and as interne at 
the Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., from December, 
1904, to September, 1906. I then returned as assistant 
physician to the Connecticut State Hospital, where I remain- 
ed until September, 1908, leaving that institution to engage 
in general practice in Brooklyn, N. Y. I am specializing to 
some extent in mental and nervous diseases, and the small 
amount of writing for publication that I have done has been 
along those lines. Membership in societies and clubs has been 
limited practically to those of medical character, and oflSces 
held have been in such societies. I am associate neurologist 
at the Brooklyn and the Bushwick Hospitals and adjunct 
assistant neurologist at the Kings County Hospital; other 
appointive positions in connection with hospitals and clinics 
I have resigned. In 1913 I spent six months at Saranac Lake, 
N. Y., having through overwork developed pulmonary tuber- 
culosis. Since returning to Brooklyn I have worked as hard 
as before my breakdown, and have apparently held my own 
physically. 

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WILLIAM MORROW 

Born Belfast, Ireland, June 15, 1872. 

Parents Andrew Morrow, Helen Reid Morrow. 

School Central High School, Philadelphia, Pa., and pri- 

vate tutor. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901. 

Business Publisher. 

Address (home) 816 East 17th St., New York, N. 7. 

(business) 448 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Publishing has been my work since graduation. 1900 to- 
1903 — McClure's Magazine and the associated book organiz- 
ation, McClure, Phillips and Company. 1903 to 1906 — ^with 
EUery Sedgwick, '94, as associate editor of Leslie's Month- 
ly, made over into The American Magazine in 1905, and as 
treasurer of the company. 1906 to the present time, with 
Frederick A. Stokes Company at every kind of work con- 
nected with publishing books and as director and secretary of 
the company. Publishing brings fortunes to very few men, 
and it will never bring a fortune to me ; but it offers many 
other compensations and commands one's interest unremit- 
tingly. I guess I shan't rust. Outside activities have risen 
usually out of my daily work. I've been in the movement 
to extend the educational and social ideals of Dr. Montessori, 
partly because of publishing her books. And now the play- 
going work of The Drama League takes some of my leisure 
time. In the old magazine days I indulged in editorial trips 
that took me into nearly every state in the union; but I've 
had only two trips abroad, in 1906 and 1913. I still play a 
little at tennis but am as much of a **dub" as ever; I play 
rather more at auction bridge and some partners have said 
I'm a **dub" at that. Also, I read all that Frank Simonds 
writes, talk with him when there's a chance, and gain re- 
flected glory by quoting him on politics or on the war. I 
almost forgot to tell that I acquired a farm in Connecticut 
four years ago ; scenery superb, everything else worn out or 
stony. It will keep me poor for years to come. Member r 
The Players of New York, Harvard Club of New York, Mac^ 
Dowell Club of New York. 

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HORACE HENRY MORSE 

Bom Roxhury, Mats,, Sept, 24, 1878, 

Parents Henry Huxford Morse, Harriet Coleman Lawrence. 

School Boys* Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; AM., 1901. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 27 Hudson St., Somerville, Mass. 

(business) Mt. Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, Mass. 

In 1900-01, 1902-04 I was an assistant in history under 
Professor Macvane. During these years I was taking courses 
in the Harvard Graduate School. In 1901-02, I taught Eng- 
lish and history in the Asheville School, Asheville, N. C. In 
1903-05 I gave courses in history at Simmons College, Bos- 
ton. In 1905-06, I was a cataloguer in the Harvard College 
Library and also taught in the evening department of the 
Ballon and Hobigand Preparatory School. Since November, 
1906, I have been head of the department of history in the 
Mt. Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, Mass. Member: Boston 
Latin School Association, Old South Historical Society, 
American Historical Association, National Education Associ- 
ation, Somerville Historical Society, New England Associ- 
ation of Colleges and Secondary Schools, New England 
History Teachers' Association, Massachusetts Peace Society. 

WILBUR MORSE 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., May 15, 1876. 

Parents George Byron Morse, Phoebe E. Pyle. 

School Central High School, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1895^1896; 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married (ftrst) Katherine Lamed, Denver, Col., April IS, 

1902 (died, June 26, 1919); (second) Margaret M. 

Lawrence, Reading, Pa., May 15, 1915. 
ChUdren Wilbur, Jr., July 6, 190S. 

Business Insurance agent. 

Address (home) 38 North Lime St., Lancaster, Pa. 

(business) 415 Wooltoorth Building, Lancaster, Fa. 

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After graduation I was a reporter on the ** Philadelphia 
Press" for about a year, when I went to Denver, Colorado, 
as advertising manager of a large department store. Return- 
ing to Philadelphia in 1903, I again joined the staff of the 
** Press*' and continued in newspaper work until 1905 when 
I went to Harrisburg as secretary to the Commissioner of 
Health. Since 1911 I have been engaged in insurance, and am 
at present, general agent of the Connecticut General Life 
Insurance Company for southeastern Pennsylvania, with 
headquarters at Lancaster. 



JAMES HARRIS MORSS 

Born Marion, Mass., Aug. 28, 1878, 

Parents Ehen Harris Morae, Mary Doane Cuahing. 

School Tahor Academy, Marion, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Degrees B.A. (Boston University), 190S. 

Married Agnes Elsie Esten, Amesbury, Mass., Sept. 2, 1911. 

Children Theodore Gale, Oct. 12, 1912; Marion Elsie, April 

29, 1914. 
Business Teacher. 

Address 28 Salem St., Andover, Mass. 

After leaving college I began teaching, and have been at 
it ever since. I have taught in Boston (Frye School), Ware- 
ham, Marion, and am now located in Andover. 



WALTER GUY MORTLAND 

Bom Allegheny City, Pa., July 16, 1874. 

Parents Robert Mortland, Harriet Maria Blakeley. 

School East Liberty Academy. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Married Miiry Cochran Martin, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 16, 1914. 

Business Mercantile. 

Address (home) Legley and Elmer Sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(business) 602 Fitzsimmons Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

[Not heard from.] 
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JOHN FREDERICK MOSBY 

Born Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 25, 1878. 

Parents John Borden Monhy, Mary Franci$ Ludington. 

School Franklin School, Cincinnati, O. 

Years in CoUege 189e'1897. 

Married Helen Jncques Botoman, June 1, 1907. 

Business Financier. 

Address (home) 1010 Chapel St., Walnut HUU, Cincinnati, 

O. 
(buainess) Pacitlc Coast Mines, Ltd., Victoria, B. C. 

[Not heard from.] 



HERBERT WALLIS MOSES 

Bom Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 8, 1877. 

Parents George William Moses, Susie Alnah Richer. 

School Chelsea High School, Chelsea, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees B.B., 1900. 

Married Edith Wykes Hagan, Brooklyn, N. 7., Nov. tO^ 

1901. 
Children Marjorie Qaylord, June 28, 1905. 

Business Superintendent of Welfare Bureau, The Edison 

Electric Illuminating Company, of Boston. 
Address (home) 77 Evans Road, Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 89 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

As far as I am able to ascertain, I am one of the few 
fellows in the class who took the electrical engineering 
course, that have followed this line of work. Starting in 
October, 1900, with the Chelsea Gas Light Company at 
Chelsea, Mass., I have continued in the same line of busi- 
ness, changing, however, from the above-named company to 
The Edison Electric Illuminating Comapny of Boston, in 
March, 1906. I am sure that nothing in the line of my work 
would be of special interest to the members of the class. 
Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of New 
York, Engineers Club of Boston, American Institute of 
Electrical Engineers, National Electric Light Association, 
The Jovian Order. 

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SAMUEL LYMAN MUNSON JR. 

Born Albany, N. Y.. May 29, 1878. 

Parents Samuel Lyman Munson, Susan Babcock Hopkim. 

School The Albany Academy, Albany, N. 7. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900; LL,B., 1908. 

Married Frances Ludlow Van Deventer, Plainfield, N, /., 

Oct. 5, 1912. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 92 Chestnut St., Albany, N. 7. 

(business) Care of S. L. Munson Company, Hud- 
son Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

After leaving the Law School I entered the business of the 
S. L. Munson Co., manufacturers of women's wearing ap- 
parel, where I have been ever since. There is nothing of a 
personal nature worthy of special mention. Member: Har- 
vard Club of New York, University Club of Albany, N. Y., 
Fort Orange Club of Albany, N. Y., Albany Country Club, 
Albany Racquet Club, Harvard Varsity Club. 

ARTHUR BECKWITH MYRICK 

Bom New York, N. 7., June 27, 1876. 

Parents Frank Brown Myrick, Sarah Beckwith. 

School Brooklyn Boys* High School, Brooklyn, N. 7. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; A.M., 1901; Ph.D., 1904. 

Married May Edwardes Selfe, Wellesley, Mass., June 11, 

191S. 
Business Professor of Romance Languages, University of 

Vermont. 
Address (home) 86 Williams St., Burlington, Vt 

(business) University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

Prom 1900 to 1904 I was in residence in the Graduate 
School, receiving my doctor's degree in the latter year. 
From 1902-1904 I was an Austin Teaching Fellow in the 
department of romance languages. From 1904 to 1905, I 
was prof essore incaricato at the Reale Accademia scientifica- 

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letteraria in Milan, Italy. Owing to Mrs. Myrick's inability 
to accompany or later to follow me, I returned and accepted 
the chair of Romance languages at the University of Ver- 
mont, which I have occupied since the fall of 1905. The 
even tenor of professional life and duties has been inter- 
rupted only by two succeeding journeys to Europe, one in 
the summer of 1911 and another from May to September, 
1914. In 1902 and 1903 I had a part in the translations in- 
corporated in Blair and Robertson's ** History of the 
Philippine Islands," and in 1904 published a translation of 
Beaumarchais' **Barbier de Seville," (Dent's Temple 
Dramatist Series). Since then I have made occasional notes 
in the American Journal of Philology and Modern Language 
Notes. Member: Ethan Allen Club, Modem Language 
Association. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH NAGLE 



Bom Boston, Mass., Sept. 2, 1876. 

Parents Patrick John Nagle, Mary Ellen ElUtaheth 0*Brien^ 

School Tutor. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Address Vnknovon. 



[Not heard from.] 



Xoutd Tleldon 

Bom Boston, Mass., July 5, 1878. 

Parents Hermann Myer Nelson, Fritza Mottek, 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ)., 1904; AJi., 1906. 

Died -April H, 1912, in Boston. 

Louis Nelson was bom in Boston, July 5, 1878, and prepared 
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his degree of A.B. he entered the Harvard Medical School, re- 
ceived his M.D. degree in 1904, and in 1905 after a year of re- 
search work obtained the degree of A.M. and won the Boylston 
medical prize. For the academic year 1906-1907 he was 
assistant in the Pharmacological Department of the Medical 
School. He then went to Germany, where he spent two years 
at the University of Strassburg and became assistant to the 
well-known bacteriologist, Professor Schmidtberg. On re- 
turning to Boston he began practising. During the last two 
years he had been instructor in pharmacology at the Harvard 
Medical School. He published several papers in English and 
German on pharmacological and physiological subjects. His 
death resulted from iUness due to the so-called **gas'' bacillus, 
which he had recently been investigating. During the course 
of his iUness he studied its progress, and though realizing 
that his recovery was unlikely, gave every aid to other 
physicians in obtaining knowledge regarding the disease. 
From the time of beginning his research concerning the 
**gas'' bacillus he knew the risk he was running. But he 
took the risk willingly in the interest of medicine and gave 
his life for the cause. 

GEORGE NICHOLS 

Bom Boston, Mass,, Oct, H, 1S78. 

Parents ^ohn White Treadtoell NichoU, Mary Blake 

Blocum, 
School Cutler School, New York, N. Y, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Business Merchant, 

Address (home) Jk2 Went 11th Bt„ New York, N. Y. 

fbusiness) 11 Thomas 8t,, New York, N, Y. 

I have been with Minot, Hooper and Co., dry goods com- 
mission merchants, since leaving college and am now a 
partner. Member: Boston: Harvard, Tennis and Bacquet,^ 
Union Boat Club, Eastern Yacht Club; New York:- Har- 
vard, University, Merchants, New York Yacht Club. 

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George Aunroe Cage Tlicbold 

Born HaverhUh Mass., April «, 1876. 

Parents William Munroe Nichols, Borah Gage KimbaU. 

School Haverhill High School, Haverhill, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Married (first) Elizabeth Marsh Oarleton, Haverhill, Mass^ 

June 29, 1899 (died Jan. 20, 1900); (second 
Frances Wedgwood Mitchell, HaverhUl, Mass.^ 
Sept. 4, 1905. 

Children Elizabeth Oarleton, Jan. 17, 1900; Munroe Kim- 

ball, July 24, 1907; Cynthia, Jan. 4, 1915. 

Business Lawyer. 

Died April 14, 1915, in Boston, Mass. 

George Munroe Gage Nichols was bom at Haverhill, Mass., 
April 2, 1876. His father was William Munroe Nichols. His 
mother, Sarah Eamball Nichols, dying at his birth, he was 
brought up by his maternal grandmother on a farm in the 
country, ''Rocks illage," a suburb of Haverhill, where he 
Attended the country school, later coming to Haverhill daily 
to the High School from which he graduated in 1895. The 
following year was spent at Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology. During this year his father died. In 1896 he entered 
Harvard, spending four years in the college and three at the 
Law School. In 1900 he visited Cuba and parts of South 
America. During the years at the Law School he was a mem- 
ber of the Harvard debating team and the BHrst Corps of 
Cadets of Boston. In 1903, with Robert B. Brewster, he 
opened an o£Sce in Haverhill for the practice of his pro- 
fession. He there joined the Pentucket and Wachusett Clubs, 
the Knights Templar, Elks and several other orders. About 
1906, when city solicitor, he became interested in commission 
government of cities, spent much time in the study of this 
form of government, brought about its adoption in Haverhill 
and composed the commission charter for that city. He con- 
tinued to be city solicitor for several years, during which 
time he spoke at many places on the subect of government by 
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in the local militia, holding the oflSce of second lieutenant in 
Company F, Eighth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia, from 1903-4 and first lieutenant, 1904-9, when he 
resigned. In 1905 he married Prances Wedgewood Mitchell 
of Haverhill. In 1910, with Robert B. Brewster, he invested 
in silver mines in Sonora, Mexico, and spent the winter of 
that year at the mines and in California. In 1911 he resigned 
as city solicitor to devote more time to his affairs in Mexico, 
again passing the winter at the mines. In the fall of 1912, 
war in that country making further work at the mines im- 
possible, he entered the office of Gaston, Snow and Saltonstall 
of Boston, as trial attorney, continuing in that capacity until 
he died. In 1914 he spent a few weeks in Europe, visiting 
England, France and Italy. This, with his winters in Cali- 
fornia and Mexico, and several trips to Nova Scotia and Cana- 
da, constituted his travels . His interest in hunting and fishing 
was most keen — nothing was so near his heart as his spring 
And fall trips to the woods. There is hardly a sporting camp 
in Maine that he did not visit ; and many are the guides who 
will never forget his friendship for them and his enthusiasm 
for their life. He was devoted to golf, trying as in everything 
he did to play as good a game as any — then a little better, 
if possible. In college he was an expert at pool and billiards. 
Later he became a remarkable bridge player. In all sports 
a determined winner, impatient always of anything that even 
pointed in the direction of defeat. Outside his professional 
cleverness, his ability as a linguist was his greatest accam- 
plishment. He spoke Spanish, Italian and German passably, 
but French almost perfectly. When interested in politics he 
was in much demand to address French societies in their own 
tongue. His tastes were extremely simple, his love of nature 
intense. The early morning would find him walking in the 
fields before taking his train to Boston. The note of every 
bird was familiar to him, the name of every wild flower. 
Roses a joy — a boutonierre from his garden every day in 
summer a daily pleasure. He loved music, especially opera, 
never losing an opportunity to attend a good opera, but caring 
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often uniquely and picturesquely expressed, so that before 
it burned itself out, not only he, but the object of his wrath 
would be convulsed with laughter. He was above all a fear- 
less jSghter, honorable in business and in play, ever ready to 
take a sporting chance, never acknowledging the possibility 
of defeat in any form or under any conditions. A generous, 
kindly nature, far removed from pettiness or jealousy, going 
his way serenely, doing his utmost, working his hardest every 
minute of every day, never too busy for a kind word or deed 
to anyone crossing his path, whether family, friend or serv- 
ant. A tower of strength generously shared. A sense of 
humor never failing, peculiarly original and unique. His 
last words were the key to his life and his short brilliant 
career — ^**Are we still fighting!'' 

P. M. N. 

CHARLES EDWARD NIXDORFF 

Born 8t Louis, Mo,, Jan. SO, 1879. 

Parents Charles Edward Nixdorft, Natalie Meysenhwrg. 

School Smith Academy, 8t. Louis, Mo. 

Years in CoUcge 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LLM., 1904. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 320 West 8Sd St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 81 Nassau St., New York, N. Y, 

I have nothing to add since the last biography. Member: 
" Harvard Club of New York. 

CLIFFORD NORTON 

Born Boston, Mass., April 20, 1878. 

Parents Lewis Cary Norton, Evalyn Putnam Norton, 

School Everett High ScTiool, Everett, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees S.B., 1900. 

Married Helen Gertrude Osgood, Chicago, III., Jan, SO, 1902, 

Children Robert Osgood, Dec SO, 1902; Helen Louise, Feb. 

26, 1905. 
Business Office manager. 

Address (home) 612 South Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park, IIU 

(business) 561 West Monroe St., Chicago, in. 

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August, 1900, went to St. Louis as engineer maintenance 
of way for St. Louis Terminals of Chicago, Burlington and 
Quincy R. R. October, 1903, general roadmaster of C. B. 
and Q. R. R., headquarters at Hannibal, Mo. February, 
1905, assistant superintendent of construction for Atlas Port- 
land Cement Co. January, 1906, superintendent of plant No, 
6, Atlas Portland Cement Co., Hannibal, Mo. September, 
1907, superintendent Chicago Portland Cement Co., Oglesby, 
Illinois. July, 1909, entered business with my father, as secre- 
tary and treasurer of the Norton Door Check Co. May, 1912, 
disposed of certain patent rights to the Elevator Supply and 
Repair Co. and went with them as general salesman. At 
present manager of the Chicago office. 

JOHN WATKINSON NORTON 

Bom Longwood, Mass,, Dec. 25, 1875, 

Parents Frank Louis Norton, Jane Huntington Watkinson. 

School 8t. PauVs Bchool, Concord, N, H. 

Years in College 1895-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mignon Parmley, London, Eng., May 24, 1910. 

Business Unoccupied. 

Address Cazenovia, N. Y. 

[Mr. Norton received his degree with the Class of 1900, but 
prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Report] 

CARL SHEPARD OAKMAN 

Born Corinth, Me., Oct. 26, 1876. 

Parents George W. Oakman, Georgie Clark. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees ^-B., 1900; MJ>., 190S. 

Business Manufacturing chemist. 

Address (home) University Cluh, 515 Jefferson Ave., De- 

troit, Mich, 
(business) 22 Locust St., DetroU, Mich. 

Since the publication of the third class report in 1910 I 
have lived continuously in Detroit. Several Harvard and 

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other college men have lived with me in apartments during 
the last five years; but the inroads of matrimony among 
them have finally driven me into the seclusion of the 
University Club. Still active in a firm of manufacturing 
chemists, I take occasional trips to various parts of the 
country, particularly eastward, frequently meeting class- 
mates in New York and Boston. Outside of business I de- 
vote my time to various clubs and societies, which aflEord 
me all sorts of physical exercise, social diversion, and 
mental stimulus. Music still remains a vital part of my 
recreation. Having written no books, plays, poems, essays, 
or orations, having held no public oflSce, and accomplished 
nothing of note, my autobiography for purposes of the class 
report is pale and commonplace. We who acquire neither 
fame nor wealth, are none the less rewarded by genuine 
satisfaction in our pursuit of ** Veritas," — the true and last- 
ing things that keep us steady, faithful and hopeful. Mem- 
ber: Detroit: University Club, Country Club, Racquet and 
Curling Club, Tennis Club, Wayne County Medical Society, 
Academy of Medicine, Harvard Club in Michigan, Pine 
Arts Society, Chamber Music Society, New England 
Society, Crescendo Club, Detroit Music Festival Association. 
Outside of Detroit: American Medical Association, Ameri- 
can Public Health Association, Harvard Club of New York. 

JOHN GILLETT OGLESBY 
(formerly John Dean Gillett Oglesby) 

Born Decatur, III., March 19, 1878, 

Parents Richard James Ogleshy, Emma Gillett. 

School St, Mark's School, Southborough, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Oglehurst, Elkhart, III. 

I left college in 1898, entered volunteer service of Army, 
Spanish- American war. Captain of troop K, 1st 111. Volunteer 
Cavalry (youngest captain in service). Promoted to act- 

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ing major of the 3rd Squadron of same regiment. Mustered 
out of service, October, 1898. Worked as inspector of iron 
for Republic Iron and Steel Co. at Inland Works, East 
Chicago, Ind. Resigned to become private secretary to 
governor of Illinois, 1900. Appointed aid-de-camp to gover- 
nor of Illinois with rank of colonel in Illinois National 
Guard. Resigned as private secretary to governor, in 1904, 
to assume active management of my mother's estate of 
4,500 ^cres at Oglehurst in Illinois. Elected to the House 
of Representatives in Illinois in 1904. Reelected in 1906. 
In 1906 session, chairman of primary law committee and 
drafted the bill that became the primary law of Illinois for 
nomination of all officials. In 1908 elected at the age of 
30 as lieutenant-governor of Dlinois for the term of four 
years. As lieutenant-governor was president of the State 
Senate. In 1914 appointed a commissioner from Illinois 
and managing official of the Illinois commission to the 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco 
to be held in 1915. Am now managing the Oglehurst farms 
of 4,500 acres and Gracelands farms of 2,000 acres. Member : 
Chicago Club, University Club of Chicago, Dlinois Country 
Gub of Springfield, Sangame Club of Springfield, Log 
Cabin Club of Springfield. 

ALBERT IRVING OLIVER 

Bom East Baugus, Mass., Jan. 6, 1874, 

Parents Albert Avery Oliver, Emeline Augusta MUler. 

School Boston University, Boston, Mass, 

Years in College 1899^1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901); A.B, (Boston University), 1899; 

A,M, (Boston University). 
Married Theo Louise Morse, Aug,, 24, 1904 (died June 18, 

1905). 
Business Minister, 

Address Kent's Hill, Me, 

[Not heard from.] 
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BERNARD JOSEPH O'NEILL JR. 

Bom Dubuque, louxi, Oct. 2, 1876. 

Parents Bernard Joseph O'NeUh Mary Jane Oandolfo. 

School Duhuque High School, Dubuque, Iowa. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees B.8. (Univer$Uy of Michigan), 1900; MJ>. (Rwih 

Medical College), 1908. 
Married Anna Chapman, Lo$ Angeles, Cal., Nov. 9, 1910, 

Business Physician and surgeon. 

Address (home) 1005 West Lewis St., Ban Diego, Cal. 

(business) Befton Block, Ban Diego, CaX. 

After leaving Harvard I went to the University of 
Michigan, graduating as B. S. in 1900. Then went to 
Mexico, where I spent four years in the mining business and 
as an explorer of new territory for the Waters-Pierce Oil 
Co., the southern branch of the Standard Oil Co. Return- 
ing to Chicago I entered Rush Medical College and took 
degree of M. D. in March, 1908. Then I spent 18 months 
as interne in Cook County Hospital, Chicago. Since that 
time I have been practising in San Diego. Am now presi- 
dent of the San Diego Coiuity Medical Society. Havb 
served five years as secretary and treasurer of Physicians' 
Club of San Diego, and four years as secretary and treas- 
urer of the San Diego County Medical Society. For one 
year I was president of the City Board of Health, of which 
I am still a member. I am associate editor of the ''South- 
ern California Practitioner," a medical journal published 
in Los Angeles; chief examiner for Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. of New York, and Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. I have written various articles on surgical subjects in 
''Journal of American Medical Association," "California 
State Medical Journal," and "Southern California Prac- 
titioner." Member: University Club of San Diego, Point 
Loma Golf Club, Physicians' Club of San Diego, San Diego 
County Medical Society, Southern California Medical 
Society, California State Medical Society, American Medical 
Association. 

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THOMAS ORDWAY 

Bom DorcheMter, Masi., May 7, 1877, 

Parents George Frank Ordway, Maria OUhert. 

School Boston Latin BchooJ, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900; AM., 1901; MM., 1905. 

Married Mary Olive Baker, Camln-idge, Mass,, April 6, 1906. 

Children Thomas Ordway, Jr., July 8, 1910. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 75 Garfield Ave., West Roxhury, Mass. 

(business) AllHiny Medical School, Union Univer- 
sity, Albany, N. T. 

I was graduated from Harvard University in 1900, and for 
certain biological and chemical work was given the degree of 
A.M. in 1901. In 1902 I assisted in physiology and in 1905 
received the degree of M.D. from Harvard Medical School; 
in the latter year I assisted Dr. P. B. Mallory at the Boston 
City Hospital, in 1906 I married, and in 1907 completed a 
two years '* First Medical" Service at the Boston City Hospi- 
tal. In 1907-1908 I assisted Dr. W. T. Councilman in pathol- 
ogy at Harvard Medical School and in 1908-1909 was first 
assistant in pathology to Dr. F. B. Mallory at the Boston 
City Hospital. The summer of 1909 I spent with Mrs. Ord- 
way in Europe, before taking up the work of director of the 
Bender Hygienic Laboratory in Albany, New York; here I 
was professor of pathology and bacteriology at the Albany 
Medical College. In November, 1911, I returned to Boston 
as physician in charge of Huntington Hospital of the Cancer 
Commission of Harvard University and was made lecturer in 
pathology in the Graduate School of Medicine. In 1913 I 
became instructor in medicine and member of the Faculty of 
Harvard Medical School, and investigated the clinical status 
of radium in London, Paris and some of the Qerman cities 
for the Cancer Commission of Harvard University. I am 
now second assistant visiting physician at the Boston City 
Hospital. I am about to return to Albany, New York, as 
associate professor of medicine and dean of the Albany 
Medical School of Union University. I have written the 

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following articles: 1908, A case of acute dilatation of the 
stomach and duodenum simulating a terminal general per- 
itonitis (Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, March 5, 

1908, p. 318) ; 1909, Chronic pancreatitis with tumor-like 
modules in the cat (Journal of Medical Research, October, 

1909, Vol. XXI, No. 3, p. 451) ; 1909, Tumors in the common 
fowl (Journal of Medical Research, October, 1909, Vol. XXI., 
No. 3, p. 459) ; 1910, On the teaching of pathology by the 
case system, supplemented by gross and microscopic speci- 
mens (Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, June 9, 1910) ; 

1910, Limitations of laboratory diagnosis (Albany Medical 
Annals, October, 1910) ; 1911, Angina pectoris and diseases 
of the coronary arteries, a discussion (Albany Medical 
Annals, August, 1911, p. 478) ; 1911, Medicine in China, an 
editorial (Albany Medical Annals, August, 1911, p. 481) ; 

1911, Muscular hypertrophy of the pylorus in infancy 
(American Journal of Diseases of Children, September, 1911, 
Vol. II., p. 159) ; 1912, The Bender Hygienic Laboratory. A 
report of the director for the two years ending August 31, 
1911. A critical review (Albany Medical Annals, February, 
1912) ; 1912, The Huntington Hospital and the scope of its 
work (Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, June 13, 1912, 
p. 887); 1912, A ** library-museum'' in medicine (Boston 
Medical and Surgical Journal, June 20, 1912, p. 923) ; 1912, 
The Collis P. Huntington Memorial Hospital for Cancer Re- 
search (Harvard Graduates' Magazine, December, 1912) ; 
1913, A typhoid-like disease in rabbits caused by bacillus 
suipesticus, with particular reference to the clinical course 
and prophylactic vaccination (Journal of Medical Research, 
April, 1913) ; 1913, The complement content of the blood in 
malignant disease (Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 
XXVIII., No. 2, July, 1913) ; 1913, The protein metabolism 
in certain tumor-bearing rats (Journal of Medical Research, 
Vol. XIXVIII., No. 2, July, 1913) ; 1914, The use of radium 
in cancer and allied conditions at the Huntington Hospital. 
Illustrative cases (Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 
CLXXI., No. 21, November 19, 1914) ; 1915, Occupational 
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cases (Journal of American Medical Association) ; 1915, 
Occupational injuries. Chapter on x-ray and radium in large 
joint wort I am a member of the following associations: 
Association of American Physicians, American Association of 
Pathologists and Bacteriologists, American Association for 
Cancer Research, Society for the Advancement of Clinical 
Research, American Medical Association, Massachusetts 
Medical Society, Boston Society of Medical Sciences, Medical 
Review Club of Boston, Boston Sui^cal Club, Harvard Club 
of Boston, Harvard Club of Eastern New York, University 
Club of Albany, New York. 

CHARLES OSBORNE 

Bom North Weave, N, H,, Bept. 29, 1865. 

Parents Lindley Hoag Osborne, Lucy Poole Thomdike, 

School Francestoton Academy, Franceitoton, N. H. 

Years in College 1899^900. 

Degrees A.B,, 1900; A.B. (Haverford), 189S. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address (home) North Weare, N. H. 

fhusinesaj 5S^5 Lancaster 8t,, Albany, N. Y, 

I had studied education and pedagogy under Prof. Hanus 
to fit myself for high school teaching. On leaving college 
I had to fight poor health and for the first two years a 
little private teaching at home was about all that I was 
able to do. In 1902 I joined an engineering party of the 
Pittsburgh, Shawmut and Northern Railroad as rod- 
man and that winter I had to rough it in the wilds of 
western Pennsylvania. In the spring I was promoted and 
ran the instruments for construction work. When the 
work was finished, I was laid oflf and was at home for a 
year. My next job was with the Buffalo and Susquehanna 
Coal Mining Co. Here the pay was small and the work 
disagreeable, and I only stayed with them nine months. I 
worked for the New York Central Railroad a few months 
and then went into partnership with another engineer and 
practised land surveying in Westchester County, N. Y., for 
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found it necessary to make a change. In the spring of 1908 
I taught Latin as substitute in the high school at Pleasant- 
ville, N. Y., and then entered the New York State Highway 
Department, where I have worked ever since. I have 
translated: Book of Enoch, translated from Kautsch's 
German edition into English, 1912. Not published. Mem- 
ber: Society of Harvard Engineers, Society of Engineers 
of Eastern New York. 

GEORGE RALPH OSBORNE 

Bom Peabody, Mass., Aug. 11, 1877. 

Parents George Stem Oshome, Sarah Van Brunt 

School Browne and NichoU School, Cambridge, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Business Singer. 

Address **Havenhurst,'* Cambridge, Mass. 

At the close of our Sophomore year, I went to London to 
<3ontinue the study of the voice at the Royal College of 
Music, where I remained for a year. The next six years were 
spent in Paris, with occasional trips to Italy and Gtermany, 
studying and singing in concert. In 1906 I returned to 
America and have been giving most of my attention to concert 
work, with occasional engagements in opera. Just after our 
Decennial — I do not know whether or not that celebration 
was accountable — I underwent an operation for appendicitis, 
from which I did not regain full strength until a year ago, 
when I again went back to the concert stage. Member : Har- 
vard Clubs of Boston and New York. 

EUGENE WILBUR OWEN 

Bom Buxton, Me., Sept. 29, 1877. 

Parents Oscar D. Owen, Annie E. Mayo. 

School Melrose High School, Melrose, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1898. 
Business Banker. 

Address (home) 20 South High St., Melrose, Mass, 

(business) 70 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

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I have been in the banking business for the past sixteen 
years and haven't had time for much else. I made a short 
trip abroad in 1907. I like my game of golf and tennis when 
the opportunity oflEers itself. At present am travelling for 
the First National Bank of Boston. 

JOHN HICKOK PAGE 

Born Rutland, Yt, Dec. 24, 1877. 

Parents John Boardman Page, Harriett Ellen BmUh. 

School Manual Training Bchool, Oamln-idge, Momm. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Franciaca Baiter^ Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 2, 1905. 

Children John Boardman, Bept. 4, 1906. 

Business Land and mining attorney. 

Address (home) 642 North 4th Ave., Phoenix, Arig. 
(buHness) IS4 North 1st Ave., Phoenix, Arie. 

1901-1906, Copper mining, Canyon Copper Co., Grand 
danyon, Arizona; 1903, Member Lower House, Arizona 
Legislature, from Coconino County; 1905, Member Upper 
House, Arizona Legislature, from Coconino County; 1906- 
1 908, Territorial Auditor and Bank Comptroller of Arizona ; 
1908-1909, Secretary of Arizona; 1910, Practised before U. 
'S. Land Office as attorney for agricultural and mineral 
land claimants; 1910-1913, Receiver and trustee in bank- 
ruptcy for Octave Mining Co. and Central Arizona Electric 
do. Member: Harvard Club of Arizona, Arizona Club, 
Phoenix Country Club. 

FREDERIC PALMER JR. 

Bom Brookline, Mass., Oct. 17, 1878. 

Parents Frederic Palmer, Mary Totole. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1904; Ph.D., 1918. 

If arried Helen Wallace, New York, N. Y., June 19, 1907. 

Children Frederic, Sd, May 12, 1908; Helen Wallace, Jan. 22, 

1910. 

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Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 11 Quincy St., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. 

After a summer of travel and camping in Nova Scotia and 
Newfoundland, I settled down to work as a teacher of mathe- 
matics in the Asheville School, Asheville, N. C. The following 
year brought me back to old New England, however, at 
Worcester Academy, where I taught for two years. It then 
seemed to be the proper time to return to Harvard for gradu- 
ate work, and accordingly I took the degree of A.M. in 1904. 
In September of that year I became instructor in physics at 
Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. During the summer of 
1905, while travelling in Europe, I had the good fortune to 
be asked to join the party sent out by the Lick Observatory 
to observe the total eclipse of the sun which occurred in 
Spain. There I met some of the foremost scientists in the 
world, and had a wonderful experience that can never be 
duplicated. The following summer, too, I spent abroad, 
studying German at Ziirich. Two years of hard work at 
Haverford brought me a year's leave of absence to carry on 
more graduate work at Harvard, at the end of which I re- 
turned to my former position at Haverford. In the autumn 
of 1908 I was appointed associate professor of physics and 
dean of Haverford College, positions which I still hold. Dur- 
ing the summer vacations I have carried on research work at 
the Jefferson Physical Laboratory. In 1912 I took sabbatical 
leave of absence and went back to Harvard with the intention 
of finishing up my work for the Ph.D. degree. During this 
year I did some teaching as a member of the Harvard Depart- 
ment of Physics, and at its close received the degree for which 
I had been working for nine years. October, 1913, found me 
back again at Haverford, leading a strenuous existence, and 
sending two or three men every year up to the Harvard 
Graduate School to really learn something. I have written: 
Volume Ionization Produced by Ultra Violet Light (Physical 
Review, January, 1911. Member: St. David's Golf Club, 
American Physical Society, Physics Club of Philadelphia, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. 

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HENRY GEORGE PARCHEN 

Born Helena, Mont, Feb. 26, 1876. 

Parents Henry Martin Parchen, Emma Marie D^AcheuU 

School Phillips Academy, Andaver, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 
Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 205 South Rodney 8t, Helena, Mont, 

(business) 1 South Main Bt, Helena, Mont. 

[Mr. Parchen adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

GURDON SALTONSTALL PARKER 

Born North Conway, N. H., March 18, 1879. 

Parents Henry Ainstoorth Parker, Mary Beabury. 

School Browne and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees B.S., 1900. 

Married Julia Tiffany, New York, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1911. 

Children Comfort Tiffany, Nov. 5, 1912; Mary Beabury, Oct. 

11, 19U. 
Business Architect. 

Address (home) Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

(business) SOS Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

I have been practising architecture in New York for ten 
years. 

HOWARD PARKER 

Bom Boston, Mass., Sept. 2S, 1877. 

Parents John Balling Parker, Alice Wentworth Sargent. 

School Hopkinson's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Pauline Williams, Valparaiso, (JhUe, Nov. 5, 1908. 

Business Officer in machinery company. 

Address (home) 69 West 9th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) US Plymouth St., Jersey City, N. J, 

Had to go to California on account of health in first part 
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plantation. Went to South America for United Shoe Ma- 
chinery Co., four months in Argentina, seven in Brazil, and 
three years in Chile, two as manager of the Chile branch. 
Two years on an apple ranch in Hood River, Oregon. Two 
years on a chicken farm at Nor well, Mass. Now with the 
Jersey City Machine Co., of which I am vice-president. 

RALPH PRESTON PARSONS 

Born Gloucester, MasM,, May 30, 1877, 

Parents Joseph Procter Parsons, Abhie Preston, 

School Gloucester High School, Gloucester, Mass, 

Years in College 1897^1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Agnes Garland, Gloucester, Mass., June SO, 1908, 

Children Elinor, June 24, 1909; Agnes Garland^ July 25, 

1911. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 42 Summer St., Gloucester, Mass, 

(Imsiness) Gloucester High School, Gloucester^ 

Mass. 

My life, since leaving college, has been extremely un- 
eventful. I am now in my fifteenth year of service as a 
teacher in the high school here. The school has over 600 
students and 20 teachers. I am senior master and head of 
the history department. I teach American history and a 
little Latin and geology. The school cadets, 250 in number, 
are in my charge as military instructor. So I appear quite 
a big frog in my small puddle and keep very busy. 

ARTHUR EUGENE PECKER 

Bom Siffampscott, Mass., Aug. 15, 1876. 

Parents George Pecker, Margaret Cotoles. 

School Swampscott High School, Swampscott, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Married Josephine Twisden, Milton, Mass., Dec 11, 1901. 

Children George Sidney, June 2, 1907; Patience, May 20^ 

1909. 
Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 5 Copley St., Winchester, Mass. 

(business) 294 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

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Have been in business since leaving college, with the regu- 
lar routine. Nothing of special interest. Member: Mt. 
Carmel Lodge, A. P and A. M., Lynn, Mass., Sutton Chapter^ 
A. P. and A. M., Lynn, Mass. 

JOHN JUDAH PECKHAM 

Bom Indianapolis, Ind,, June 5, 1878. 

Parents Orville Peckham, Anne Jameson, 

School Public schools of Chicago, III. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LLJB. (Northwestern University), 190S^ 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 1087 Rush 8t, Chicago, HI. 

(business) First National Bank Building, (ThicagOr 
III. 

I am plugging along in the same old rut, in the general 
practice of the law in Chicago, as a member of the firm of 
Miller, Starr, Packard and Peckham, contriving to wrest a 
frugal living from it, and to have a pretty good time, but 
achieving nothing of interest for your records. The only 
important break there has been in the even tenor of my 
ways is that last year my health went bad, and I was told to 
try outdoor life and manual work, if I could stand it. So I 
spent seven months in California loafing and walking and 
horsebacking for a while, to tune up, and then working and 
living as a laborer on fruit farms and as a pick and shovel 
man on a big road construction job. I played the game 
straight as a regular laborer, and found to my great satis- 
faction that I could stand both the work and the way of 
living pretty comfortably. The working was excellent fun, 
and continued to be so after the novelty began to wear oflf. 
The men and the living arrangements were excitingly inter- 
esting at first, with each new job, but didn't wear well. My 
outing did the trick for my health, and was a very enjoyable 
episode; but I am glad to be back at the law. Member: 
University Club of Chicago, Saddle and Cycle Club of 
Chicago, Legal Club of Chicago. 

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THOMAS WENTWORTH PEIRCE 

Bom Topsfleld, Maa%., Aug. 8, 1877. 

Parents Thomas WerUtoorth Peirce, Catherine Cornelia 

Cook. 

School Hopkinson'8 School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married (first) Alice Crotoinshield Rogers, iSfolem, Mass.^ 

June 22, 1899; (second) Qahrielle M. Dexter, 
Dover, N. H., Aug. 7, 1909. 

Children Thomas Wentworth, March 16, 1902; Stanley Dex- 

ter, May 14, 1910; John Wentworth, Feb. 9, 
1912. 

Business Merchant. 

Address (home) Topsfleld, Mass. 

(business) 25 Arch St., Boston, Mass. 

There has been no change in my business connections 
since the class report of 1910. I am still treasurer of the 
Doten-Dunton Desk Co. and of Piske and Company, Inc. 
I am also a director in the following companies: Ridgway 
Brick Company, Ridgway, Pa.; Darlington Clay Products 
Company, Darlington, Pa. ; Corralitos Company and Cande- 
laria Mining Company, with offices in New York and proper- 
ties in Mexico. Prior to the recent troubles in Mexico I 
made several trips there to the cattle ranch of the Corralitos 
Company. Aside from business I am running a dairy farm 
in Topsfield, Mass., where I live and am trying to demon- 
strate that farming can be made to pay expenses. Have not 
yet succeeded, but am still living in hopes of doing so. 
Member: Tennis and Racquet Club, Boston; Union Boat 
Club, Boston; Exchange Club, Boston; Harvard Club of 
Boston, Harvard Club of New York. 

GEORGE LcROY PERRY 

Bom Stoneham, Mass., March 29, 1878. 

Parents George Eugene Perry, Mary Elizabeth Olidden, 

School Btoneham High School and private tutors. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married Joella Matlock, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907. 

Business Contractor. 

Address SO Church St., New York, N. Y. 

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I was employed until February, 1914, by the Derby Desk 
Co., Boston, Mass., as shipping clerk and salesman until 1906, 
at Boston ; salesman in New York until August, 1907 ; from 
that time until February, 1914, manager of the New York 
branch. A corporation, Skinner, Perry and Freeman Co., 
was formed, of which the writer is treasurer. Member: 
Machinery Club, B. P. 0. Elks, New York Lodge. 

RAY POTTER PERRY 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, March 26, 1879. 

Parents Atten Thomas Perry, Lydia Kimtntll Potter. 

School University School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Isabel Dunham, Cleveland, Ohio, Dec U, 190i. 

ChUdren Yirginia, Oct. 1, 1906; Lucia, Dec 15, 1909. 

Business General manufacturing manager. 

Address (home) ISO Bdgemont Road, Upper MontdMr, N. J. 

(Imsiness) 17 Battery Place, New York, N. T. 

Immediately after leaving college I entered the Cleveland, 
Ohio, office of the Barrett Manufacturing Co., manufactur- 
ing coal-tar products, roofing and building papers, road 
materials, etc., and later took charge of the Cleveland, 
Columbus and Detroit factories. In 1910 I went abroad on 
combined business and pleasure, visiting Italy, Switzerland, 
PVance, Belgium, Germany, Austria Hungary and England. 
In several of these countries I visited a number of factories 
in our line of business, picking up some very good ideas, 
although general conditions abroad are so very widely 
different from those here. In general, I found labor being 
paid from one-third to one-half our wages, and on the other 
hand coal relatively much more expensive. This results in 
efforts abroad to save fuel even at the expense of increased 
labor, which is the reverse of the situation here, speaking 
broadly. Shortly after my return I was called to the gen- 
eral offibe at New York and promoted to the position of 
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vision over the manufacturing operations at our factories. 
At present we have about thirty factories, including five in 
Canada. We operate from St. John to Vancouver, from 
Boston to Birmingham, Ala., and to Seattle. We operate 
three paper mills. My work has been extremely interesting 
as our industry is large and growing rapidly in volume, 
and still more rapidly in complexity. This is especially true 
in the last few years, and the pace is so rapid now it is 
rather difficult to find time for rational living. I have 
written: **The Coal Tar Industry in the United States, Gen- 
eral Developments and Recent Progress,** (contributed to 
the last International Congress of Applied Chemistry.) 
Member : Chemistry Club, New York ; Whitehall Club, New 
York ; Upper Montclair Country Club, New Jersey 

ROSWELL FOULK PHELPS 

Bom Milford, Del., April 22, 1877. 

Parents William Oriswold Phelpa, Edith Catherine FauZh. 

School Amherst High School, Amherat, Mats,, and Moody's 

Boys* School, Mt. Hermon, Mass, 
Years in College 1899-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901 (1902); B.S. (Amherst), 

1899; MA.. (Amherst), 1901. 
Married Elizabeth Laing ChibJ), Dedham, Mass., 1904. 

Children Elizabeth Gihh, Sept. 2, 1907; AUine Lydia, Oct. 

23, 1910; William Orisv)old, April 17, 191S. 
Business Statistican. 

Address (home) 127 Oakdale Ave., East Dedham, Mass. 

(business) Room 256, State House, Boston, Mass. 

During the summer of 1900, worked my passage with 
group of college men on cattle boat to Liverpool, and spent 
the summer in England and on the continent, studying par- 
ticularly municipal enterprises in the large cities. In 1901 
made another similar trip to England only. For two years 
was resident (Harvard fellow) at the South End House, 
University Settlement, Boston, during which time attended 
courses in Harvard Graduate School, and was engaged in 
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published as a monograph entitled ** South End Factory 
Operatives: Employment and Residence.'* From April, 
3903, to December, 1904, served as statistical clerk in the 
department of statistics, city of Boston, and in December, 
1904, was transferred under civil service rules to the Massa- 
chusetts Bureau of Statistics, where I have since been em- 
ployed successively as clerk, inspector of special agents 
(State census), associate editor of the Massachusetts Labor 
Bulletin, statistician, and chief of the labor division of the 
bureau. In addition to my oificial duties, I have been 
identified with social work in Boston and Dedham and have 
served as a member and secretary of the Dedham Warrant 
Committee, and for nearly two years have been treasurer 
of the Dedham Dry Goods Company, in which I am 
financially interested. I have written reports of the labor 
division, Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics, (1904-1915), 
and miscellaneous reviews and articles on Economic Ques- 
tions. Member : Boston City (Tlub, American Statistical As- 
sociation, American Association for Labor Legislation, Ded- 
ham Board of Trade, Congregational Men's Oub of Dedham, 
Dedham Boat Club, State House Associates (Secretary), 
Dedham Improvement League. 

PHILIP BERNARD PHILIPP 

Born Ipswich, Mass,, March 19, 1878. 

Parents Moritz Bernard Philipp, Al>hy Ann Baker. 

School Columbia Orammar School, New York, N. T. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B. (Columbia), 1909. 

Married Grace Kimball Ballard, New York, N. T., Oct. 26, 

1904. 
Children Frederic Bernard, June 1, 1905; John Ferdinand, 

Jan. 9, 1907; Dorothy, Nov. 26, 1908. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 69 West 67th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 220 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Since the last report I have been engaged continuously in 
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and trade-marks in the office of Philipp, Sawyer, Bice and 
Kennedy, and was admitted to membership in this firm in 
1912. My professional duties have kept me so confined that 
I have little time for outside interests. My interest in 
natural history and particularly ornithology is still keen, 
however, and I generally manage to take sufficient vacation 
each year to enable me to get out in the woods and freshen 
up. Outside of a few short articles descriptive of these trips 
I have written nothing, and have still to hold a public office. 
Member: Harvard Club of New York, Automobile Club of 
America, Camera Club of New York, Knollwood Country 
Club, Tabusintac Club of New Brunswick, Canada, American 
Museum of Natural History, New York Academy of Sciences. 

WILLIAM PHILLIPS 

Bom Beverly, Miis$., May SO, 1878. 

Parents John Charles Phillips^ Anna Tucker. 

School Milton Academy, Milton, Mass., and Noble and 

QreenougKs School, Boston, Mass. 
Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Caroline Astor Drayton, Rogate, England, Feb. ft, 

1910. 
Children Miriam D., 1912 (died March, 1919); Beatrice 

Schemerhom, 19H. 
Business Third Assistant Secretary of State. 

Address (home) 1535 L St., Washington, D. 0. 

(business) Department of State, Washington, D. C. 

After graduating I attended the Harvard Law School for 
two and a half years until I was asked by Mr. Choate, then 
American Ambassador in London, to be his private secretary. 
I remained in London until I was appointed, in the spring 
of 1905, second secretary of the legation in Peking. After 
two interesting years in China I was ordered home for duty 
in the Department of State, Washington, as assistant on Far 
Eastern Affairs to the Third Assistant Secretary of State. 
With the establishment of the new division of Far Eastern 
Affairs I became its first chief; and in January, 1909, was 

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appointed Third Assistant Secretary of State by President 
Roosevelt. The following November I was sent to London as 
first secretary of the embassy, where I spent three interesting 
years, and was frequently in charge of the Embassy in the 
absence of Mr. Whitelaw Reid, then ambassador. Having 
been away from Boston for so many years I was anxious to 
return to build a country house, and to renew old friend- 
ships; and so in November, 1912, I applied for a year's leave 
of absence which was granted. I became regent of Harvard 
University and later on secretary of the Harvard Corpora- 
tion, and the work in Cambridge brought me again intimately 
in touch with University matters. In March, 1914, President 
Wilson appointed me Third Assistant Secretary of State, and 
I am again a resident of Washington and am immersed in 
affairs growing out of this terrible war. Member : Somerset 
Club, Myopia Hunt Club, Tennis and Racquet Club, Harvard 
Club, all of Boston ; Metropolitan Club of Washington, D. C, 
Harvard Club of New York. 

WALTER GRAY PHIPPEN 

Born Balem, Mass., Dec. 25, 1876, 

Parents Arthur Henry Phippen, Mary Elieahefh Chamber- 

lain. 
School Balem High Bchoolf Salem, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ>., 1904. 

Married Ethel Arnold Patch, Buffalo, N. Y., April 16, 1906. 

Business Physician. 

Address SI Chestnut Bt., Balem, Mass. 

I was graduated from the Medical School in 1904 and 
served 18 months as a surgical house oflScer at the Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital. I was then married and went 
abroad for about a year, spending considerable time in the 
medical clinics at Vienna. I began the general practice of 
medicine at Salem in 1907 and have continued there ever 
since. Although doing a general practice, my work is 
largely surgical. I am a visiting surgeon to the Salem 

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Hospital, a member of the consulting board of the Danvers 
State Hospital, visiting physician to the Salem Tuberculosis 
Hospital, and visiting physician to the North Shore Babies 
Hospital. For the last six or seven years I have been much 
interested in the crusade against tuberculosis and have 
given much of my time to that work, holding the position of 
medical director in our local Anti-Tuberculosis Society, 
and I also am a member of the executive committee of the 
Massachusetts Anti-Tuberculosis League. Member: Ameri- 
can College of Surgeons, American Medical Society, Massa- 
chusetts Medical Society, Aesculapian Club, Harvard Medi- 
cal Alumni Association, Harvard Alumni Association, 
Harvard Club of Boston, Salem Club. 

\ HUGH CLAY PIERCE 

Born Buffalo, N, Y., May 8, 1876, 

Parents Ray Yaughan Pierce, Mnry Jane Bmith, 

School Heathcote School, Buffalo, N, Y. 

Years in College 1895-1897. 
Degrees S.B., 1900, 

Married Jessie T, Perkins, Brooklyn, N, Y„ March 1, 1905. 

Business Manufacturer, 

Address (home) 305 Stelle Ave,, Plainfleld, N, J. 

(business) Bound Brook, N. J, 

[Not heard from.] 

ftermon Spencer pinhbam 

Bom Arlington, Mass., Dec, 24, 1875, 

Parents John Spencer Pinkham, Mary Earle. 

School Arlington High School and Cutler's School, New- 

ton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899, 

Degrees A.B„ 1900; S.T,B, (Netoton Theological Seminary), 

1902, 

Married Clara Eliza Dunham, Watertown, Mass., June W, 

1901. 

Children Hermon Spencer Jr„ Sept. 29, 1902, 

3>ied July Sf l^Uy in Lowell, Mass. 

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Hermon Spencer Pinkham was born at Arlington Heights, 
Mass., December 24, 1875. He prepared for college at the 
public schools and Cutler's private school in Newton. His 
course at Harvard he finished in three years and spent the 
next year at Newton Theological Seminary. He received his 
Harvard degree, cum laude, in 1900. On June 25, 1901, he 
was married to Miss Clara Dunham, of Watertown. During 
his course at the Theological Seminary he served as student 
pastor at Mt. Auburn Baptist Church at Watertown. In 
1902, after his graduation from the seminary, he became 
pastor of the Baptist Church at South Paris, Me. In 1904 
he went to Winter Hill Baptist Church at Somerville, Mass. 
Between that time and 1910 he increased the membership of 
his church from less than 200 to nearly 700. His next 
pastorate was the Emanuel Baptist Church at Washington, 
D. C, where he remained from September, 1910, until Octo- 
ber, 1913, when he went to Lowell, Mass., as pastor of the 
First Baptist Church. Besides his church work, to which he 
gave himself with the greatest energy, he also took part in 
various public matters relating to the general welfare of his 
people. After an illness of several months, he died at 
Lowell on July 6, 1914. He was a member of the Masonic 
Lodge at Washington. 

JOHN WILLIAM PIPER 

Bom St. Mary's, Ohio, May 5, 1877, 

Parents Edward McVity Piper, Rebecca Anne McBherry, 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass, 

Years in CoUcgc 1896^1898, 
Business Mine operator. 

Address (home) 1874 Monroe 8t„ N, W„ Washington, D. 0. 

(business) Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mex, 

[Mr. Piper adds nothing further to the above information.] 

Cicero Justice polh 

Bom Areola, lit, Jan. S, 1877, 

Parents C^ot given at Cambridge). 

School University of Ulinois, 

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Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B. (University of Illinois), 1S98. 

Died July 28, 1909, in Austin, Texas, 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



RICHARD EMERSON POPE 



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Years in College 

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Business 

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Waltham, Mass., July 31, 1877. 
George Barker Pope, Sarah Field Mason. 
8t. Mark's School, Southboro, Mass. 
1896-1899. 
A.B., 1900 (1902). 

Ella Josephine Leckie, May 26, 1914. 
Qrain broker. 

(home) 2 Appleton St., Waltham, Mass. 
(business) 609 Chamber of Commerce, Boston^ 
Mass. 



I took up the business of my father, at his death. This 
was a wholesale and retail grain business in Waltham, 
Watertown and Boston. I sold this business early in 1914. 
I was married May 25, 1914, and took my first vacation and 
honeymoon. I visited the western United States, Hawaii, the 
South Sea Islands, Australia, Straits Settlements, China, 
Manchuria, Korea and Japan, which was much more edu- 
cational than my freshman year in college. I have become 
a partner in the firm of H. L. Buss Co., brokers and jobbers 
of grain. Member : Harvard Clubs of Boston and New York. 

AUGUSTUS GRANGER PORTER 



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School 

Years in College 

Married 

Children 

Business 
Address 



Niagara Falls, N. T., June 23, 1876. 

Albert Augustus Porter, Julia G. Jeffery. 

King's School, Stamford, Conn. 

1896-1900. 

Gertrude Wright, Niagara FalU, Ont, Oct. 21, 1903. 

Gertrude Granger, June 12, 1904; Lovinia Jeffery, 

May 18, 1908; Augustus, May 24, 1914. 
Stockbroker. 

(home) 127 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Fails, N. Y. 
(business) 44 Falls St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

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After leaving Harvard I came back to Niagara Falls, where 
I have been in business ever since. I was Police Commission- 
er for two years. Member: Niagara Club, Niagara Falls^ 
N. Y. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS PORTER 



Bom Beverly, Mats,, Dec, 7, 1^77. 

Parents Charles Woodlmry Porter, Carrie ChUds. 

School Chauncey Hall School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Lucy Bonney Esslemont, Aberdeen, Scotland, Dec^ 

19, 1903. 
Business Shoe manufacturer. 

Address (home) 17 Lincoln St., Brunstoickt Me. 

(business) Freeport, Me. 

I lived in Swampscott and was engaged in manufactur- 
ing shoes in Lynn until 1912. Since then I have lived in 
Brunswick, Me., and manufactured shoes at Freeport. 



ROBERT GAGE PRATT 

Bom Worcester, Mass., Oct. 17, 1877. 

Parents Frederick Sumner Pratt, Sarah McLean HUliard^ 

School DalzelVs School, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Edythe McCord Coleman, Morristovm, N. J., J^ay 

9, 1906. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 61 West St., Worcester, Mass. 

(business) 100 Beacon St., Worcester, Mass. 

Since 1907 I have been manufacturing weaving machinery 
in Worcester, Mass. Member: Worcester Chamber of Com- 
merce, Harvard Club of Worcester, Harvard Club of Boston, 
Tatnuck Country Club, Quinsigamond Boat Club, Worcester 
Club, Worcester Tennis Club. 

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GEORGE WATSON PRESBY 

Bora Cambridge, Ma8$., Jan. 19, 1S76. 

Parents George TKomdike Preshy, Bliga Jane Thamp$an. 

School Maiden High School, Maiden, Masa. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees B.B., 1900. 

Business Olerh, Navy Department. 

Address (home) 4IS Lebanon St., MelroBe, Mas$, 

(business) Oeneral Storekeeper' 9 Departmemt, 
Navy Yard, Charlestoion, Mats. 

After leaving Harvard I spent nearly two years travelling 
and living in Latin-American countries. I then went abroad 
and visited England, Prance and Spain. Upon my return 
I tried farming but gave it up and took my present position. 
I have long intended to go to Mexico again, but conditions 
there have been anything but satisfactory and my return 
has been indefinitely postponed. Member : A. F. and A. M., 
El Club Espanol, (The Spanish Club of Boston). 

RICHARD REES PRICE 

Born Hafod, Wales, May tS, 1876. . 

Parents John Rees Price, Sarah Ann Bvans. 

School High School, Hutchinson, Kan. 

Years in College 18991900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; A.B. (University of 

Kansas), 1897. 

Married Louise Snow Wood, Hutchinson, Kan,, Aug, 28, 

1901. 

Children Sarah, Sept. 24, 1908. 

Business Director of University Extension, University 0/ 

Minnesota. 

Address (home) 810 6th St., S. B., Minneapolis, Minn. 

(business) Care of University of Minnesota, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

My life since leaving college has been largely devoted to 
educational work. I returned to Harvard and took my 
master's degree in 1901. The year following I spent as 
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succeeding seven years were spent as superintendent of 
the city schools in the same place. In 1909 I was summoned 
to establish extension work at the University of Kansas in 
Lawrence. The work was new, pioneer work in that line 
having been done only four or five years previously at the 
University of Wisconsin. The next four years were spent 
in building up this work at the University of Kansas. In 
1913 the call came to establish a similar work at the 
University of Minnesota. I removed to Minneapolis in 
July, 1913, **and since then I have used no other." By the 
way I found time to act as joint editor of a Kansas edu- 
cational magazine, '*The Interstate Schoolman," devoting 
my spare time for four years to this work. My marriage 
to Louise Snow Wood took place in 1901, soon after I left 
Harvard. I have done no writing except desultory contri- 
butions to specialized magazines. Member: Phi Beta Kappa 
Society, Minneapolis University Club. 

CHARLES NEWTON PROUTY JR. 

Bom Spencer, Mass., May 27, 1877, 

Parents OJiarles Newton Prouty, Jennie Ric?iard8on. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, N, H, 

Years in CoUcgc 1897-1900, 

Married (ftrat) Ethel Gertrude Wight, Adams, Mass,, Sept. 

19, 1907 (died Jan, IS, 1909); (second) Claire 
Rockwood Kane, Spencer, Mass,, March 8, 1914, 

Children Charles Newton Sd, June 28, 1907; David, March 

28, 1915. 

Business Shoe manufacturer. 

Address 48 Cherry Bt„ Spencer, Mass, 

June, 1900, I went to Honolulu with Walter P. Dilling- 
ham. I spent part of the first year in the Customs service 
and the Pacific Hardware Co. In May, 1901, 1 went to Hilo, 
Hawaii, as cashier of Hilo R. R. Co. I returned to Massa- 
chusetts June, 1904, and since that time have lived in 
Spencer. I am manager of the retail manufacturing depart- 
ment of Isaac Prouty and Co., Inc. I am clerk of that com- 
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RALPH PULITZER 

Bom 8t. Louis, Mo., June 11, 1879. 

Parents Joseph Pulitzer, Kate Davis. 

School Tutor. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901). 

Married Frederica VanderJ>ilt Wehh, Shelhume, Vt., Oct. 

18, 1905. 
Children Ralph, Aug. 28, 1906; Seward WeJ>h, Oct. 5, 1911. 

Business Journalist. 

Address (home) 17 East 73d St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 65 Park Row, New York, N. Y. 

1910: Most important business kept me away from the 
decennial; but I saw a great many of the members at the 
boat races at New London. In the winter I went abroad for 
six weeks on business with my father. This was transacted 
under particularly pleasant conditions on board his yacht, 
which took us to Sicily, Greece and back to Italy. 1911: 
Second son, Seward Webb Pulitzer, born October 5, 1911. On 
October 29, 1911, my father died. In the following month 
I was elected to the presidency of the Press Publishing Com- 
pany, which publishes The New York World; was also ap- 
pointed one of his executors and trustees. Since then I have 
been hard at work on the newspaper. 1913: Took a month 
off in March for a trip to the Panama Canal, and was fortu- 
nate enough to take along letters to Colonel Gorgas and 
Colonel Goethals which assured me a most interesting inspec- 
tion of the work which was then under way. 1914: In the 
summer took a trip abroad, motoring in England, France, 
Italy, Austria and Germany. In the latter country was 
caught by the war and spent an exceedingly interesting three 
weeks, first in Stuttgart and then in Berlin, where I helped 
out in the Embassy, issuing passports. Since then there is 
nothing worth recounting. I have written : New York Society 
on Parade (Harper and Brother, New York), Newspaper 
Morals, — ^A Second View (The Atlantic Monthly, Boston, 
Mass.) Member: Harvard Club of New York, City Club 
of New York, The Players, New York; Automobile Club of 
America, New York; Authors' Club, New York. 

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WYNN MACK RAINBOLT 

Bom Ames, loioa, July H, 1877, 

Parents Napoleon Alexander Rainholt, Mary Rachael 

Kingsbury, 
School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B„ 1900. 

Married Margaret Rebecca Weills, Norfolk, Neh,, June 28^ 

1905, 
Children Wynn Mack, Jr., Oct. 20, 1906; Duanne WeUlSf 

Aug. 20, 1909, 
Business Vice-President and trust officer, Peters Trust 

Company, 
Address (home) 1510 Bouth S2d Ave., Omaha, Neh, 

(business) 1622 Farrtam 8t„ Omaha, Neb, 

After my law school course, I took a plunge into the busi- 
ness world. The water seemed calm to me as I splashed 
around on top of it while I lived at Norfolk, Nebraska. The 
current made no impression on me nor I on it until finally 
I wiggled a little out of the drifting course by joining the 
banking force of the Norfolk National Bank, as its assistant 
cashier. Here again I found no occasion to dam the 
current, nor did I permit it to drown me, but kept going 
along. By 1907, enough business strength had come to me 
so that I paddled in a distinct line, crossing several minor 
currents until I found Omaha and the Peters Trust Com- 
pany. There are four in our family and we enjoy life most 
of the time. Member : Harvard Club of Nebraska, Univer- 
sity dub of Omaha, Commercial dub, Happy Hollow. 

FRANCIS RAWLE JR. 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa„ Feb, 19, 1876. 

Parents Francis Rawle, Margaratta Carry Aertsen, 

School De Lancey School, Philadelphia, Pa, 

Years in College 1896^1898, 

Business Insurance broker. 

Address (home) 20 South 21st St,, Philadelphia, Pa, 

(business) 416-20 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

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After leaving college I enlisted in the First Troop Phila- 
delphia City Cavalry for the Spanish war. I got as far as 
Porto Rico. After the war was over I went into the Gerard 
Trust Company, where I stayed three years. Leaving there 
I went with Prevost and Herring, insurance agents, where 
I stayed about three years, and then decided to go in for 
myself. In 1906 I was with the Dragon Automobile Com- 
pany, but left there in 1908 and took up the insurance busi- 
ness again. I was appointed a notary public for the state of 
Pennsylvania, which works in with my insurance business. 
Member: Harvard Club of Philadelphia, Harvard Club of 
New York, Markham Club, Sons of the Revolution. 

JOHN MADISON RAYNOLDS 

Bom Central City, Col, June 18, 1878, 

Parents Joshua Saxton Raynolda, Sara Ann Robhins. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mabel Van Eaton, San Diego, Cal., Jan. 9, 1914. 

Business Unoccupied. 

Address S08 South High St., Albuquerque, New Mex. 

[Mr. Raynolds adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 

FRANK NUTTING REED 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 17, 1877, 

Parents Samuel Moorhouse Reed, Julia Ann Boynton, 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1901. 

Business Clerk. 

Address 6 Shepard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



MONTGOMERY REED 

Bom Boston, Mass., May 20, 1879. 

Parents Charles Montgomery Reed, Maria Ames Carlisle^ 

School Noble and QreenougKs School, Boston, Mats. 

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Years in CoUege 1896^900. 
Degrees A^., 1900; LL^., 1909 (1904). 

Business Laivyer. 

Address (home) 156 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(l>usiness) 60 State Bt, Boston, Mass. 

After graduation from college I entered the Harvard Law 
School and continued there until April, 1903, when I left to 
go abroad as a tutor. For a year and a half I was tutoring^ 
spending several months abroad, travelling in Europe, yacht- 
ing on the Mediterranean, etc., and most of the following 
winter in Southern California; meanwhile returning to the 
Law School in June, 1904, long enough to take my examin- 
ations and get my degree ''as of 1903.'' I was admitted to 
the bar in Massachusetts in the summer of 1904. The follow- 
ing September I went to Plymouth, Massachusetts, and was 
engaged there almost constantly for over a year examining 
titles to real estate. Following that I went to California 
again as a tutor for several months. From May, 1906, until 
November, 1907, I occupied myself in various ways, — some 
special legal work, some tutoring and a few months* school 
teaching. Li November, 1907, I opened an office at 60 State 
Street, Boston, for the general practice of the law, a pursuit 
which I still follow, and expect to follow, at the same ad- 
dress. The time has been broken by occasional business 
trips, — once to Mexico^ once to Canada, and a number of 
times to the South, — Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina. 
A good part of the time I have taught in a private evening 
school of which I acted as principal for three years. Mem- 
ber : Harvard Club of Boston. 

RAYMOND LIONEL REED 

Born West Fairlee, Tt., Feb. 11, 1878. 

Parents William Wallace Reed, Nell Eastman. 

School Framingham and Natick High Schools, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Married Frances Woodbury Ambler, Natick, Mass., JunCr 

1908. 
Business Teacher in boyt^ private school. 

Address (home) H Pond St., 2^tick, Mass. 

(business) Point Loma, San Diego, Col. 

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For some years after leaving college, I taught in the 
Fessenden School for Boys at Newton, Mass., but the failure 
of my health obliged me to relinquish my position and seek 
milder climates. Several years now have been spent in travel 
at home and abroad. My present residence is Point Loma, 
San Diego, California. 



FREDERICK WILLIAM REYNOLDS 

Bora Wanship, Utah, April 15, 187S, 

Parents William Reynolds, Martha Jane Fraeier. 

•School Salt Lake Academy and University of Utah, Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 
Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 
Degrees Director of extension work. University of Utah. 

1896. 
Married Mabel Catherine Wallace, Salt Lake City, Sept. 9, 

1902. 
Children Roger Wallace, May 2, 1905; Rose Catherine, July 

17, 1907; Frederick William, Jr., May 24, 1911. 
Business Director of Extension Work, University of Utah. 

Address (home) 250 South Twelfth East St., Salt Lake 

City, Utah, 
(business) University of Utah, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 

Until 1904 I was an instructor in English in Harvard. 
Since then I have been in the University of Utah, most of the 
time teaching English, but more recently giving most of my 
time to administrative work. I am now director of the Exten- 
sion Division and professor of English and editor of the 
Utah Educational Review. 



ARTHUR NOBLE RICE 

Bora Boston, Mass., Oct. i, 1878. 

Parents John Hamilton Rice, Cora Lee Clark. 

School Noble and Qreenough's School, Boston, M^ass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 190k. 

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Bttsiness Lawyer, 

Address (home) IS West Cedar 8t, Boitan, MaMi. 

(business) 70 Devonshire Bt, Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Rice adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



Ernest James IRice 

Born Malcolm, la., Bept. 22, 1876. 

Parents George Edmund Rice, Mary Bubmit Crocker. 

School Maiden High Bchool, Maiden, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1S97. 

Died July 8, 1897, in Manchester, N. H. 

[See obituary in Second Report] 



ALBIN LEAL RICHARDS 

Bom Boston, Mass., May 26, 1878. 

Parents Albin Marcus Richards, Ella Leal. 

School Cambridge Latin Bchool, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; LLM., 1909. 

Married Angeline Edith Andrews, Cambridge, Mass., 

March 5, 1906. 
Children Mary Sylvia, Dec. 28, 1907; Ethel Leal, Nov. 27, 

1911. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) IO44 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 5S State 8t., Boston, Mass. 

In October, 1903, I entered the office of the late Solomon 
Lincoln, and remained there until April, 1904, when I entered 
the office of Hamilton and Eaton. In 1907 I began practice 
alone at 53 State Street, Boston, and have practised here 
ever since. In addition to general practice, I have lectured 
upon international law at the Boston Y. M. C. A. Evening 
Law School, talked upon the railroad problem for the New 
York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, and am 
now acting as attorney and adjuster for the New England 

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claim department of the Fidelity and Deposit Company of 
Maryland. Member: Bar Association of the County of 
Middlesex, Bar Association of the City of Boston, American 
Bar Association, Colonial Club of Cambridge, Harvard Club 
of Boston. 

GEORGE LAWRENCE RICHARDS 

Born Paris, France, Sept 16, 1860. 

Parents George TKomaa Richards, Lucy Ellen Kelleran. 

School Cooper Institute. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896^1898. 

Address Unknoton, 

[Not heard from.] 

JAMES AUSTIN RICHARDS 

Born Andover, Mass., March 27, 1878. 

Parents James Forsaith Richards, Ellen Augusta Broum. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Hazel Temple Read, Sept. 4, 1907. 

Children Elizabeth Putnam, June 5, 1908; Laura Ellen^ 

Feb. 25, 1911. 
Business Minister. 

Address (home) 383 Marlboro* St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) Mount Vernon Church, Boston, Mass. 

After my graduation I returned for a little further work 
and to do some church extension work in connection with 
the First Congregational Church in Cambridge. The follow- 
ing year I entered the Union Theological Seminary in New 
York. After graduating there in 1904 and spending a sum- 
mer in England and Scotland, I became associate minister of 
the Bedford Park Presbyterian Church in New York City. 
The next fall I became minister of the United Congregation- 
al Church in Newport, R. I. After four years of work 
there I came to Boston to the Mount Vernon Church, and 

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here I still am. One of the happy and growing features of 
the work here is the attendance of students. They come 
from many of the institutions of Greater Boston, and not 
a few are from the various departments of Harvard. Mem- 
ber: Ministers' Club, Monday Club, Fortnightly Club, 
Appalachian Mountain Club. 

OLIVER FILLEY RICHARDS 

Bora 8t. LouU, Mo., April 29, 1876. 

Parents Thomas Tilden RiclMrds, Ellen Filley. 

School Smith Academy, 8t. Louis, Mo. 

Years in College 1895-1900. 
Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Evelyn Whitney, Louisville, Ky., May 16, 1909. 

Children Roland Whitney, Feb. ^, 1910. 

Business Hardware merchant. 

Address (home) 470 Lake Ave., 8t Louis, Mo. 

(business) 900 8pruce 8t., 8t. Louis, Mo. 

[Mr. Richards received his degree with the Class of 1900, 
but prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Report.] 

HERBERT STEADMAN RICHARDSON 

Bora Somerville, Mass., Feb. U, i878. 

Parents Artemus Clarke Richardson, Emma Tuttle. 

School Somerville English High School, Somerville, Mass. 

Years in College 1896 (Special Course). 

Married Helen Loretta Burkett, Somerville, Mass., June 12, 

1900. 
Children Muriel, Jan. 9, 1902; Elinore Olive, Dec. U, 1909. 

Business Forwarder of freight. 

Address (home) 54 Hill Crest Road, Reading, Mass. 

(business) 185 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

On leaving college I became connected with the teaming 
concern of Pifield, Richardson and Co., of Boston, taking 
over my father's interest a year or two later and have re- 
mained there ever since. I have not been able to travel very 
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amount of detail, both in outside work such as handling of 
men, also inside office work. The amount of work and time 
necessary to conduct a business of this kind properly, war- 
rants better financial returns than it is possible to obtain. 
When merchants and business men in general recognize the 
fact that safe and proper transportation is very vital to their 
interests, then we feel that our trade so-called will have its 
proper standing in the business community. When trans- 
portation stops, business stops. About three years ago I 
removed from SomerviUe to Reading, Mass., and have en- 
joyed the change immensely. Member: John Abbot Lodge 
of Somerville, Gtood Fellowship Club of Reading, Neighbor- 
hood Betterment Association of Reading, Tourjee Club 
(musical) of Reading. 

PAUL EDWARD RIEMANN 

Born Albany, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1872. 

, Parents Paul Riemann, Gertrude Qrimea. 

School Albany Normal College, Albany, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896^1900, 
Degrees A J?., 1900 (1901); LL.B., 190S. 

Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 1455 Undercliff Ave., New York, N. T. 

(business) 160 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

After a three-years' course at the Harvard Law School, I 
came to New York and took a position in the law depart- 
ment of the Lawyers Title Insurance and Trust Company, 
where I have remained ever since. I was admitted to the 
New York bar in 1904, but have never engaged in active 
practice, my work being limited to the investigation and 
consideration of points of law arising in connection with the 
examination of titles to real property, and advising attor- 
neys as to the conduct of litigation affecting such property. 
I find the work thoroughly interesting and enjoyable, and 
the company finds it profitable. A few good Harvard 
friends within easy reach, and a city full of resources go 
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there are the summer vacations, two of which I have spent 
in Europe, and most of the others in various canoeing and 
camping trips. All in all, I find a bachelor's lot not entirely 
unhappy. 

JOHN BRICE GORDON RINEHART 

Parents William RinelMrt, Elizabeth Porter, 

Years in College 1898-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LLM., 1909. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address i9 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. 

[Mr. Rinehart does not add anything to last report.] 

SHIRLEY ELMER ROBERTS 

Bom Randolph, Mass., May 11, 1878. 

Parents William Riley Roberts, Emeline Gay Lincoln. 

School Thayer Academy, Braintree, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 259 San Marcelino St., Manila, P. I. 

(business) University of the Philippines, Manila, 
P. 7. 

After leaving college I spent a year in the Southwest. In 
1901 I came to the Philippine Islands, and for over ten 
years was a teacher in the public schools. In 1912 I entered 
the mathematics department of the University of the Philip- 
pines. I have been connected with several ventures, most of 
which have left me poorer, financially, but much wiser in 
experience. At one time, I was half owner of a large sugar 
plantation; but the hostility of the natives manifested by 
their burning over the cane fields and their destruction of 
the sugar mill weaned me from any further desire to become 
an oriental sugar king. My work at the present time con- 
sists in teaching embryo engineers their higher mathematics. 
I have made several trips to China and Japan, where T 

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usually go during the hot summer months. My last trip to 
the homeland was in 1910, when I attended our decennial 
celebration. I had planned to be present again this year, but 
a reduction in the number of instructors in my department 
makes it impossible for me to get away. Member : Harvard 
Club of the Philippines. 

AVERY ROBINSON 
(formerly George Avery Robinson) 

Bom Louisville, Ky,, Jan, 21, 1878. 

Parents Charles Bonnyoastle Robinson, Helen Blaisdell 

Avery. 
School Flexner's School, Louisville, Ky. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Grace Chess, Louisville, Ky., March 18, 19(n. 

Children Carley, June 5, 1909. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) R. F. D. No. 1, Louisville, Ky. 

(business) Fifth and Avery 8ts., Louisville, Ky. 

Member : Society of the Cincinnati, Society of the Colonial 
Wars, Sons of American Revolution, St. Anthony Club of 
Boston, St. Anthony Club of New York, Tavern Club (Louis- 
ville), River Valley Club (Jefferson County, Ky.) 

HERBERT GLOVER ROBINSON 

Bom Boston, Mass., June 11, 1878. 

Parents NatlMn Tyson Robinson, Rebecca Glover. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Degrees 1896-1900. 

Years in College A.B., 1900. 

Married Lillian E. McCarthy, Auburn, N. 7., Jan. 1, 1910 

(died Jan. 29, 1911). 
Business Shoe manufacturer. 

Address (home) SO Chedell Place, Auburn, N. 7. 

(business) 70 Washington St., Auburn, N. T, 

Since leaving college I have been in the shoe business 
almost continuously. The first two or three years were 

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largely spent in selling on the road. The next eight or nine 
years were spent in various shoe factories, and in 1912 I 
organized the Bobinson-Bynon Shoe Co., a concern making 
women's shoes. My outside interests have been limited be- 
cause I have had very little opportunity to cultivate any. 
Appreciating the fact, however, that I am getting old I have 
tried to learn the game of golf, at which I play intermittent- 
ly of a summer's afternoon with one Metcalf of our class. 



neldon IRobtttdon 5t. 

Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. U, 1878. 

Parents Nelson Rohinnon, ElUn Sevey. 

School King's Bchooh Stamford, Conn. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1899. 
Died May 9, 1899, in Cambridge, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 

[Robinson Hall at Harvard was given to the University by 
his family in memory of Nelson Robinson Jr.] 

altte^ Aapet iRocft 

Bom Washington, D. C, Sept. 26, 1877. 

Parents Miles Rock, Susan Clarkson. 

School De Lancey School, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 190S. 

Died Aug. 8, 1907, in Asientos, Mex. 

[See obituary in Third Report] 

ALBERT ROCKWELL 
(formerly Albert John Rockwell) 

Bom Warren, Pa., Jan. 28, 1877. 

Parents Franklin Hard Rocktoell, Tamar CKlbert. 

School The Hill School, Pottstovm, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

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Degrees 8M„ 1900. 

Business Manager of e$tate. 

Address Warren, Pa, 

[Mr. Rockwell adds nothing further to his previous re^ 
port.] 

SAMUEL FORBES ROCKWELL 

Bom Pittsfleld, Mass., Oct. 28, 1878. 

Parents Francis W. Rockwell, Mary Gilbert Davis. 

School Pittsfleld High School, Pittsfleld, Mass. 

Years in College 1896^900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; 8.B., 1901. 

Married Marion Camphell Plunkett, Pittsfleld, Mass., June 

2, 1910. 
Children Bamuel Forbes, Jr., March 25, 1911; WiXliam 

Plunkett, July 2, 1912; Elieaheth, Jan. 29, 1914. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address Care of Davis und Furber Machine Co., North An- 

dover, Mass. 

Since graduation I have been with the Davis and Purber 
Machine Co., North Andover, Mass., makers of textile mill 
machinery. I am a member of the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

GEORGE FREDERICK ROOT 

Bom Chicago, in., Nov. 17, 187S. 

Parents Ebenezer Towner Root, Almira Kimball. 

School South Bide Preparatory Bchool, Chicago, ITL 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Married Olive Gage, Concord, Mass., May 24, 1919. 

Children Anne, April 21, 19H. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Intervale Farm, Concord, Mass. 

Same as printed in last class report. No change, except 
that I am married and have a daughter. Member : Harvard 
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HARRY LEWIS ROTHENBERG 

Bom Boston, Mass., July 20, 1877. 

Parents Israel Jacob Rothenherg, Sarah Dlugg. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees AM., 1900; LLM., 1902. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address 169 Allston Bt., AlUton, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



LORNE ELDON ROWLEY 

Bom Marysville, N. B., July i, 1879. 

Parents Alfred Rowley, Sarah Elieabeth Beckwith. 

School Fredericton High School, and Mt. Allison College. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (Mt. Allison College), 1899; AM. 

(Mt. Allison College), 1901; B.Sc. (McQUl Unir 

versity), 1908. 
Business Civil engineer. 

Address (home) Marysville, N. B. 

(business) Ste. Flavie, Quebec, Canada. 



[Not heard from.] 



Cbttdtopbet Hopce 

Bom Berkeley, Cal., April 11, 1882. 

Parents Josiah Royce, Katharine Head. 

School Hale School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; AJM., 1908. 

Died Sevt. 21, 1910, in Danvers, Mass. 

Christopher Royce was bom at Berkeley, Cal., April 11^ 
1882, son of Josiah Royce, professor of philosophy at Harvard. 
He was the youngest man in the Class, being graduated when 
he was 18 years old. Prom 1900 to 1904 and also during the 
college year 1905-6 he took a graduate course at Harvard. In 
1903 he received the degree of A.M. After leaving Harvard 

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lie went into business in New York City for a short time in 
1906. After that, ill health prevented his pursuing any active 
business. He died on September 21, 1910, of tphoid fever. 

CHRISTOPHER GEORGE RUESS 

Born near Sterling, Knn., Dec. 10, 1878. 

Parents WilUam Emil Rue88, Katie Heit. 

School Los Angeles High School, Los Angeles, Oal. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; S.T.B., 1908. 

Married Stella Knight, Los Angeles, Cal., April ft, 1905. 

Children Christella, July 17, 1908 (died Aug. fft, 1908); 

Waldo, Sept. 5, 1909; Everett, March 28, 1914. 
Business Social Worker (Chief Probation OiUser). 

Address (home) 8SS 57th St., Oakland, Cal. 

(business) il9 19th St., Oakland, CaL 

Entering Harvard College with the class of 1901, I was 
graduated in three years with 1900, a short-cut policy which 
I shall not recommend to my Harvard sons, of whom two 
have already arrived. However, it makes me interested in 
the 1901 men as well as in the 1900 men, which is some 
compensation. I then entered the Harvard Divinity School, 
and persevered through graduation in 1903, despite two or 
three spells of academic weariness when books weighed 
heavy on me and I felt the call of the real. Strange to say, 
though preparing for the ministry, I had never joined any 
church till by letter I joined the ** church universal*' in my 
last year of the Divinity School by signing the following 
^* declaration" which good old Dr. Edward Everett Hale 
sent to me, * * I desire to be considered a member of the church 
of Jesus Christ." I was ordained at Lowell, Mass., at the 
Free Church Chapel, Rev. George C. Wright, into the same 
"** church universal," Congregational, Unitarian, and Uni- 
versalist ministers being on the ordination program, as I 
recall it. I selected San Francisco as the most troublesome 
centre of human experiment in the West in my time, and 
therefore the appropriate seat of activity for a man bom in 
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work at the People's Place Social Settlement in ** North 
Beach'' in 1903-04, under Rev. Henry A. Pisk, a Baptist, 
and superintendent of the Pilgrim Sunday School of the 
First Unitarian Church, under Rev. Bradford Leavitt. In 
1904-06 I was minister of the First Unitarian Church, 
Alameda, Cal. ; and in 1906-07, after the great San B^ancisco 
earthquake and f re, I worked in San Francisco representing 
the American Unitarian Association in its relief work. 
Thereafter I became chief probation officer over both 
juvenile and adult probation work in Oakland, Cal., across 
the Bay from San Francisco, and am now completing my 
fourth term and eighth year in that position of hard work, 
hard knocks and hard nuts to crack. Having **done the 
Gk)sper' for all these years in social service, I have a higher 
appreciation of getting the spirit of the Gospel inside men 
as the best way of all to turn what is wrong-side-up, upside- 
down in this little old world, and I shall probably soon turn 
preacher again. I have recently written an article, "Be- 
yond the Juvenile Court," dealing with the public school of 
tomorrow. 

NORMAN McLEOD RULAND 

Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug, 7, 1877. 

Parents Manly Augustus Buland, Jane Ann Lamont, 

School Polytechnic School, Brooklyn, N. 7. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; 8.B., 1901. 

Business ^o special occupation. 

Address West Cornwall, Conn. 

The winter following graduation I worked in Cramp's 
Shipyard, Philadelphia, as apprentice. Then studied marine 
engineering two years at School of Mines, Columbia Uni- 
versity. Then worked four years for the American Bridge 
Company, New York, at great profit to the company. 
Travelled in Europe in 1907-8-9 and 1912-13-14. Travels 
interrupted by war. So ends this uneventful history. Mem- 
ber : Harvard Clubs of New York and Boston. 

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RALPH ROLLINS RUMERY 

Born Portland, Me., Oct. 29, 1876. 

Parents Samuel D. Rumery, Emeline Rollins. 

School College (Cantonal, Lausanne, Bwitzerland. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Married Gladys (Hlhert, (Hlhertsville, N. T., Aug. S, 1910. 

Business Consulting engineer. 

Address (Jiome) Short Hills, N. J. 

(business) 50 Church 8t., New York, N. 7. 

1898-1907, Railroad construction ; 1907-1912, Chief engin- 
eer New York State Tax Cmmission; 1912, Consulting en- 
gineer. I have written various articles on franchise valu- 
ations for Electric Railway Journal and Harvard Engineer- 
ing Magazine. Member : Harvard Club of New York, Port 
Orange Club, Albany, N. Y., Albany Country Club, Baltusrol 
Ck)lf Qub, Short Hills Club, American Society of Civil 
Engineers, Sons of American Revolution, Republican Qub, 
Harvard Engineering Society of New York. 

OLIVE RUNNELLS 

Bom Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 10, 1877. 

Parents John Sumner Runnells, Helen Rutherfurd Baker. 

School Pomfret School, Pomfret, Conn. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Business Stock broker. 

Address (home) 1625 North State St., Chicago, IlL 

(business) 209 South LaSalle St., Chicago, HI. 

My life has been very uneventful. I spent the first five 
years after leaving college in the railroad business, the next 
five and a half years in the railway supply and car business, 
and have been a member of the firm of Babcock, Rushton 
and Co., stockbrokers, for the last three and a half years. 
Member: Chicago Club, University Club of Chicago, Up- 
Town Club of Chicago, Metropolitan Club, The Brook and 
Harvard Clubs of New York. 

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WILLIAM WALTER RUSH 

Born Weatwood, Mich,, Jan. 18, 1872. 

Parents William Bramwell Ru8h, Katherine Hunt. 

School Valparaiso Normal Bchool. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1898. 

Business Mining engineer. 

Address Box 404, Ketchikan, Alaska. 

About a year ago I decided upon a change of tactics, partly 
from a natural interest in public affairs and desire to embark 
upon a new experience, partly because the control that has 
come over the lead and copper industries prevents me from 
realizing on my holdings of mineral land. Law and journal- 
ism were the weapons I chose for a contest with the entrench- 
ed powers that defeat equality of opportunity and restrict 
the normal growth of the district. My experience for the 
first year reminds me of an Irishman of my acquaintance. He 
came home one evening in great good humor. *'IVe had four 
fights this afternoon, '' he said, ''I can't say that I distin- 
guished myself, but I didn't get licked." During the year I 
have been ** suppressed'' as editorial writer on two local 
papers, have contributed extensively to outside publications 
and have been in jail for contempt of court. Incidentally I 
may say that I expect to boost that commissioner out of his 
job in the near future. Politically, my line is hearty support 
of the Wilson administration. At one time and another I 
have written for most of the technical journals devoted to 
mining. Contributions in Engineering and Mining World, 
Chicago, September 26, 1914 and January 30, 1915. Return- 
ing now to the newspaper proposition. A newspaper is the 
key to the situation here and with it as an entering wedge I 
can do things. The East has money for a multitude of pur- 
poses, serious and frivolous. May there not be some individu- 
al who owns no salmon cannery stock and does not otherwise 
profit by our degradation, who through sympathy for the dem- 
ocratic idea or merely as a sporting proposition will finance 
this paper Y To such a one I can promise action in abundant 

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measure for his money and to the Class of 1900 plenty of 
ozone. $2,500 will finance the proposition on a modest scale 
or $5,000 will permit a larger activity. Of course I realize 
that in making such an appeal to Harvard I am invading the 
very heart of the enemy's country, but the exigencies of the 
case require that I overlook no chance however remote of 
hastening action. 



NATHANIEL JOHNSON RUST JR. 

Born Boston, Mass,, Aug, 19, 1876. 

Parents Nathaniel Johnson Rust, Caroline Carter, 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1898. 

Married Carolynn Thomas, Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 11, 1909. 

Children Nathalie Oarolynn, July SO, 1911. 

Business Real estate operator and poultry raiser. 

Address 8t. Petersburg, Florida. 

Greetings all. You all know how I tried to content myself 
in Boston and New York for four or five years and finally 
bit the grit for Wyoming. Well I ** punched cows'* and 
** broke bronc's" for a few years, got a chance to sell out and 
make good; so I did and tried city life again. I lasted a 
year or so and had to beat it into the country again. I went 
up in Oregon, up in the big trees, grew apples and raised 
hogs. Along came another fellow who wanted the place so 
bad I had to sell it to him. I had more sense than to plan 
to live in the city again though, so went on a tour of inspec- 
tion all over the country and lit in St. Petersburg, Florida, 
and I hope I am fortunate enough to live many years and 
then die right here. I'm not here for my health; but if 
any of you fellows are hunting a place for health, even if 
you come down here on crutches or on a stretcher, in a week 
you'll throw 'em away. I'm raising poultry; going to have 
one of the biggest poultry farms in the country. Keep your 
eye on St. Petersburg. I nearly missed it. Member: The 
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. 

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ERNEST SACHS 

Bom 2few York, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1879. 

Parents Julius Sachs, Rosa Ooldman. 

School Sachs' School, New York, N. Y. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D. (Johns Hopkins University )r 

1904. 
Married Mary Parmly Koues, New York, N. Y., Oct. 28r 

1913. 
Children Mary Parmly, Nov. 4, 1914. 

Business Surgeon. 

Address (home) 5557 Berlin Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(business) Washington University Medical School, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

After leaving college I went to Johns Hopkins, where I 
received my M.D. degree in 1904. Then I became interne 
at Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, where I finished in Janu- 
ary, 1907. I then went abroad to study and devoted myself 
particularly to neurology, pathology and neurological 
anatomy. This was in preparation for my future work to 
which I planned to devote myself, namely; surgery of the 
nervous system. While abroad I had the rare good fortune 
to be associated for a year and a quarter with Sir Victor 
Horsley, the first and greatest neurological surgeon. Upon 
my return to New York in December, 1908, 1 started in surgi- 
cal practice and was appointed neurological surgeon to the 
Montefiore Home and Beth Israel Hospital and assistant 
surgeon to Bellevue Hospital. As a result of the Carnegie 
investigation of the American medical schools, Wash- 
ington University Medical School in St. Louis decided 
to reorganize and by a new group of men, raising of stand- 
ards and new hospitals and equipment got into the Al class. 
Fred T. Murphy of Boston was made professor of surgery 
and he asked me to join him as his first assistant. We have 
been here since September, 1911. To build up a medical 
school in a community that has never known what a good 
medical school was and is not in sympathy with one's ideas, 
is a terrific task. We are, however, succeeding. Beside? 

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teaching surgery I have charge of all the neurological 
surgery at the hospital. In June, 1914, I was made associ- 
ate professor of surgery. In December, 1914, we moved into 
our new hospital, the Barnes Hospital, and new medical 
school buildings. I have written: A Case of Amniotic 
Family Idiocy, (J. H. H. Bull, Baltimore, 1904, XV., 94), 
Eine vergleichende anatomische Studie des Thalamus opti- 
cus der Saugethiere. Arb. a. d. neurol. Inst., a. d. Wien. 
Univ., (Leipzig u. Wein, 1908, XTVU., 280-306), On the 
Structure and Functional Relations of the Optic Thalamus, 
(Brain, London, 1909, XXXII., 95-186), Metabolism after 
Hypophysectomy, with C. 6. L. Wolff, (Proc. Soc. Exp. 
Biol, and Med., N. Y., 1910-11, Vni., 36), The Present 
Status of Cranial Surgery, (Am. Med., Burlington, Vt., and 
New York, 1911, n. s., VI., 318-322), On the Relation of 
the Optic Thalamus to Respiration, Circulation, Tempera- 
ture, and the Spleen, (J. Exp. Med., New York and Lancas- 
ter, Pa., 1911, XIV., 408-432. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol, and 
Med., New York, 1909-10, VH., 165), The Importance of 
Ocular Symptoms in Intracranial Surgery, (The American 
Journal of Ophth., December, 1912), Observations on Prac^ 
ure of the Odontoid Process of the Axis with Intermittent 
Pressure Paralysis. With George R. EUiott, (Ann, of Surg., 
December, 1912), A Critical Analysys of a Series of Seventy 
Neurosurgical Cases. With Dr. Sidney I. Schwab, (Interstate 
Medical Journal, Vol. XXI., No. 8, 1914). Member of the 
American Medical Association, American Physiological 
Society, American Neurological Society, American Anatomi- 
cal Society, German Surgical Association, St. Louis Medical 
Society, St. Louis Surgeons' Club, University Chxh of St. 
Louis, Fellow of American College of Surgeons. 



PAUL JOSEPH SACHS 

Born New York, N. Y., Nov. 24. 1878. 

Parents Samuel Bacha, Louisa Ooldman. 

School Sachs* School, New York, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

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Married Meta Pollak, New York, Jan, 14, 1904. 

Children Elizabeth, Jan. 16, 1905; Celia, Oct. 21, 1908; Mar- 

jorie. May 29, 1910. 
Business Banker. 

Address Shady Hill, Cambridge, M<us. 

Became a member of Goldman, Sachs and Co., bankers, 
in 1904. Retired from business on January 1, 1915, to accept 
an appointment as assistant director of the Fogg Art 
Museum of Harvard College. I enter upon my new duties 
on September 1, 1915, and shall live in Cambridge. Have 
been abroad several times, and in 1914 spent four months 
in study in Italy. I have been an enthusiastic collector of 
engravings and drawings for ten years, and more recently 
have extended my collecting to other fields of art. I am a 
trustee of the New York Foundation, director of its National 
League on Urban Conditions among Negroes, and have been 
more or less closely identified with other educational and 
philanthropic movements and societies. Member: Harvard 
Club of New York, Grolier Club of New York, Bibliophile 
Society, City Clnh of New York. 

SOLOMON GUSTAV SALOMON 

Bom New York, N. Y., May 9, 1880. 

Parents Gustav Salomon, Pauline Herchmann. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Caroline T. Dreyfus, Boston, Mass., Jan. SO, 1908. 

Children Emelie, May SO, 1909. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 6 Oak St., Far Rockaway, L. L, N. Y. 

(business) 1S6 Wnter St. and 11 Burling Slip, New 
York, N. T. 

[Not heard from.] 

JOHN LEE SALTONSTALL 

Bom Beverly, Mass., May 2S, 1878. 

Parents William Ourdon Saltonstall, Josephine Rose Lee. 

School Groton School, Oroton, Mass. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

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Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Gladys Durant Rice, Bedford, N. r., Dec 10, 1910. 

Children Elizabeth Lee, Bept. 16, 1911; PrUcUla, Sept. 19, 

191S. 
Badness . Stock and bond broker. 

Address (home) SO4 Hale St., Beverly, Mass. 

(business) 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college I spent a year travelling around 
the world with three classmates: W. A. M. Burden, P. L. 
Higginson Jr., and P. A. Jay. On my arrivtl in London 
early in 1901, Hon. Joseph H. Choate, then Ambassador to 
England, asked me to serve as his private secretary for a 
time, which I did with great pleasure. On my return home 
I was taken ill, first having trouble with my spine, and then 
appendicitis, so that I was unable to go to work until Janu^ 
ary, 1903, when I started out in the oflBce of Messrs. Edgerly 
and Crocker of Boston, who did a business in stocks, bonds 
and commercial paper. I remained in that ofl5ce until Febru- 
ary, 1907, when I entered the firm of Hunt, Mann and 
Saltonstall with ofl5ces at 60 State Street, Boston, doing a 
business in stocks and bonds. The name of the firm was 
subsequently changed to Hunt, Saltonstall and Co., and at 
the present writing we are doing business at the old stand. 
Since I was married in December, 1910, we have lived in 
Beverly most of the time, although we have come to Boston 
for one or two winters. In 1909 I was elected a member of 
the Beverly Common Council and during 1911 and 1912 
represented Beverly and Danvers in the lower branch of the 
Massachusetts legislature. Although I have not run for 
office since the autumn of 1911, I am still interested. Since 
1911 1 have been president of the Beverly Hospital. Outside 
of business, politics, and philanthropy, I find that I am still 
much interested in shooting, fishing and yachting, despite 
my increasing years. Member: Somerset, Tennis and 
Racquet, Harvard, Exchange, and Massachusetts Automo- 
bile Gubs of Boston; Harvard and Racquet and Tennis 
Gubs of New York ; Myopia Hunt Club, Eastern Yacht Club 
and Swan Island Shooting Club ; New Y^rk Stock Exchange, 
Liberty Lodge A. P. and A. M. 

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EDWARD EMERY SANBORN 



Born Munaontotonship, Henry County, III., Feh. 8, 1877. 

Parents Guatavua Adolphua Sanhom, Helen Minerva 

Thomas, 
School Chauncey Hall School, Bostony Maaa. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees A.B,, 1900, 

Business Orange grower. 

Address Rural Route 1, Covina, Cal, 



For the first ten years out of college I had no settled 
home. Usually I spent part of the year in Boston and part 
in travel, though two of my trips to Europe were for periods 
of over a year. After a few attempts I acquired the habit 
of spending my winters in California; so in 1910 I bought 
a little patch of land decorated with rocks, cactus and sage 
brush, though partially cleared. I had this land prepared 
and in the spring of 1911 set out to orange trees, acquiring a 
few callouses myself in the process. I thought I was to have 
an exceptionally fine lot of trees until the frost of two years 
ago did its damage. I have a good young grove now, but 
not a super grove. My ranch home was originally intended 
for a garage but I have moved in and have altered it 
personally till it serves me very well. My automobile has 
had to take up its quarters in the woodshed. I have not 
given up entirely my wanderings. On my way back to Bos- 
ton one year I wandered from the direct route as far as 
Panama. A year ago last fall I started on a little water trip 
with occasional shore trips which took me to England, 
Portugal, Tangiers, Gibraltar, Ceylon, Java, China, Japan, 
and the Philippines. I had the good fortune to run across 
Buckingham Chandler and his bride in Hong-Kong and we 
joined forces for quite a little sight seeing in Japan. Mem- 
ber: Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of Southern 
California, Brae Bum Country Club of West Newton, Mass., 
Covina Country Gub of Covina, California. 



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JOHN PITTS SANBORN JR. 

Born Port Huron, Mich., Oct 19, 1879. 

Parents John Pitta Sanborn, Mary W<utell. 

School Brotone and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mas$. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Deg^rees A..B., 1900; AM., 1902. 

Business Editor. 

Address (home) 27 West Uih St., New York, N. T. 
(business) 7S-8S Dey St., New York, N. Y. 

I have been engaged in newspaper work for the greater 
part of the time since leaving college and for several years 
have been a member of the editorial staff of the New York 
Globe. I have also been a contributor to various other peri- 
odicals. Member : Harvard Club of New York. 

ROBERT ALDEN SANBORN 

Bom Boston, Mass., Nov. S, 1877. 

Parents Fred Curtis Sanborn, Mary Farley. 

School Maiden High School, Maiden, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Business Author. 

Address 58 Lancaster Terrace, Brookline, Mass. 

The year of 1910 saw Mr. Sanborn's fame wax and wane 
in equal measure amongst the T. B. M. 's, and other idle read- 
ers of popular scientific magazines to which he contributed his 
inimitable articles on the freaks and achievements of the gov- 
ernment bureaus at Washington. This constituted a small 
part of his life, (in dollars and cents, it may be observed, as 
well as in his consideration) for it is no less true of Mr. San- 
bom than of other great geniuses, that in his hours of play 
he expressed his real self and expended his real riches. A 
little school for deaf children just outside of the city had 
quite as much of his time and affection as the screw-eyed 
specialists of the government (deferentially excepting our 
own Mr. Gale from the sarcastic appellation). It is quite 
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the devoted solicitude of parents and teachers of children and 
for restoring the pristine habits and appearances of the little 
primitives. Other people's children are no problem to one 
of his simplicity and perhaps it is this lack of responsibility 
and self-consciousness that endows him so generously with 
their love (meaning that of the children, not of the parents 
and teachers) . And it was one of this group of children who 
pointed him to win his first flare of fame, fertilizing his 
Muse to give birth to the lines that now begin on page 9* 6t 
the Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1913. To the charm of 
these children he also owes the pleasures of composing a 
romance of childhood in the summers of 1909, 1910, 1911, and 
1912, a work of sublimating love which but awaits the 
psychological opportunity of Mr. Sanborn's demise to lend 
advertising value to his peculiarities, and thus produce the 
glamour that attracts publishers. It was not until 1912 that 
any great noteworthy change came in his life; from the un- 
grateful task of warming up and seasoning other men's dishes 
of the day before Mr. Sanborn passed one step higher toward 
his eventual distinction and entered upon real creation in the 
field of photo-drama. (Not to be referred to as the ** movies'' 
by any friend who hopes to be recognized by Mr. Sanborn in 
the height of his glory). See **The Shanghaied Baby," re- 
leased by the Lubin Company, January 21, in three reels, 
for the best example of his work. In the winter of 1913- 
1914 he changed his residence to New York to be nearer to 
the studios where he might conveniently partake of the stimu- 
lus and suggestion of the queens of the moving picture 
world. Last December with the honorable motive of balanc- 
ing the solitary joys of artistic creation he obeyed the call of 
humanitarianism and took up residence in the Henry Street 
Settlement whose history you may now read in the Atlantic 
Monthly and to which Mr. Sanborn's residence may in some 
not too far distant future add a distinguished chapter. See 
certain issues of the Poetry Journal, 68 Pemberton Square, 
Boston, also The Trend magazine of New York, for specimens 
of his verse. Mr. Rinehart will obligingly supply you with 
copies of the latter. 

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Carlos Sancbes 

Born Nuevitas, Cuba, June 10, 1878, 

Parents Bemdbe Sanchez Adan, Caridad Bati$ta, 

School Gunnery Schooh Wa»hington, Conn, 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Carlota Qnrcini, July, 1904. 

Died Sept. 12, 1904. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



FRIEDRICH E. SANDERS 
(formerly Frederick E. Sanders) 



Bom Popen, Courland, Russia, Jan. 20, 1858. 

Parents Ferdinand Sanders, Agnes Sanders. 

School Teachers* Seminary, Dorpah (Jurjevo), Livonia. 

Married Elizabeth Trenlohn, Talsen, Oct. 5, 1880. 

Children Amalia Cecilia Dorothea, July 20, 1881; Julie 

Elizabeth, Feb. 14, 1883; Emilie Bylv^, Sept. 

29. 1884. 
Business Teacher. 

Address 21 Berkeley St., Lawrence, Mass. 



I am still the principal of the German private school in 
Lawrence, but I think I shall be compelled to give up this 
position on account of the European war. My only misfor- 
tune is that I was bom in Russia, and my relatives are fight- 
ing at present against the Germans. This is the only reason 
why I might be fired. If it should happen, I will move out 
into the country and live on my West Andover farm I bought 
three years ago. My daughters are all married, and on my 
farm is a lovely grove with a camp where I shall enjoy life 
playing with my grandchildren. I am proud to say that my 
three sons-in-law are all nice American boys, and two of 
them Harvard graduates. Member: Lyra Glee Club and 
Turn-Verein in Lawrence. 

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ERNEST JEROME SANDERSON 

Born Woodstock, Vt, July 5, 1877. 

Parents William Henry Sanderson, Gertrude Demis Max- 

ham, 
School Bridgeioater High School, Bridgewater, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Married Marjorie Peahody, Waverley, Mass., June 27, 190J^ 

Children Richard Blodgett, July 9, 1905. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 27 Forest St., Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) 748 Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 

Since writing the story of the last report my life has been 
on the whole uneventful. My energies have been principal- 
ly devoted to the practice of the law. My oflftce has been at 
748 Old South Building, Boston, where I am associated with 
William E. Ludden and Thomas M. Spelman. I have served 
two terms as president of the Men's Gub of Christ Church, 
Cambridge, and have just been elected for a second term on 
the vestry. Besides, I have held offtce in several more or 
less unimportant corporations. In general my career is 
mainly before me, at least that part of it which will make 
interesting reading. 

pbtltp San^s 

Bom New York, N, 7., April 7, 1877. 

Parents Philip Justice Sands, Elizabeth Beck. 

School St. Marks School, Southboro, Mass., and Phillips 

Academy, Andover, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1898. 

Harried Louise Cooley, New York, N. Y., 1907. 

Died Nov. U, 1912, in New York, N. Y. 

Philip Sands was born in New York City, April 7, 1877. 
His preparation for college was obtained at Cutler's School, 
St Mark's and Andover. During his years at school he was 
deeply interested in athletics of all kinds, especially football, 
and later coached the Cutler eleven. In his sophomore year 

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at Harvard, he left college to go into business in New York 
City. He purchased a controlling interest in the Wright's 
Indian Vegetable Pill Company, with which he continued to 
be connected as its president until his death. He was also 
president of the Matchless Match Company, organized for 
advertising purposes. Among inventions he patented were 
a match-case and a non-refillable bottle. All his life he had 
a great love for sports, especially horse-racing, and at diflPer- 
ent times he owned a number of horses and entered them in 
races. Much of his time in the summer was spent at Bay- 
shore, Long Island, sailing and fishing. He was a member 
of the Harvard Club of New York, and formerly of the 
Racquet Club. In 1907 he was married to Mrs. Louise 
(Cooley) Onativia. He died of heart failure on November 
14, 1912, in New York City. 

HUGH WHEELER SANFORD 

Born Knoxville, Tenn,, April 22, 1879, 

Parents Edward Jackson Sanford, Emma Chavannes. 

School Baker and Himel Schooh Knoxville, Tenn. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 



Degrees 


A.B„ 1900, 


Married 


Margaret Woodruff, KnoxvUle, Tenn., March 24, 




1901,, 


Children 


Edward Jackson, Mnrch 2S, 1906; Margaret PauU 




ine, April 17, 1909, 


Business 


Manufacturer, 


Address 


(home) 1640 W. Cumberland Ave., Knoxville, 




Tenn, 




(business) 612 Dale Ave., Knoxville, Tenn, 



After commencement I knocked around Europe for six 
months with Eddie Sanborn and Dick Foster, Harvard '00. 
As soon as I got home I started in to make my first dollar. 
I incorporated the Sanford-Day Iron Works in 1901, and 
have been hard at it ever since. I have been working hard 
for thirteen years and am just commencing to take life some- 
what easier. Last year I ran down to Panama and for the 
last two summers I have motored up through New England 

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via Poland Spring, Mt. Washington, and New York. Once^ 
every five years I see a classmate. Occasionally in New 
York I see a familiar face usually at a distance. While my 
life has no great ambition in it to be attained, yet I imagine 
I am having as happy an existence as any of my classmates. 
Really to my notion the East Tennessee mountains are the 
most delightful part of the United States to live in. The 
Adirondacks do not compare with our country here. Nothing 
could be more beautiful than our rolling valleys with the 
mountains in the distance. Underneath our fine farms there 
are zinc, copper, iron ore, lead, coal and Tennessee marble. 
In a business way I am secretary and treasurer of the San- 
ford-Day Iron Works ; president of the Biiox Stone Works, 
the Dean Coal Co., and the Contract Shovelling Co.; vice- 
president of the Journal and Tribune Co., and the Knoxville 
OflSce Co. Member: Cumberland Club, Knoxville, Tenn. ; 
Cherokee Country Gub. 

ERNEST EDWARD SARGEANT 

Bom Omro, Wis,, Nov. 20, 1875, 

Parents Edward Sargeant, Martha Amarette Austin, 

School Ripon College, Ripon, Wis. 

Years in College 1897-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; LL.B„ 1903, 

Married Louise Isahelle MacWhinnie, Cambridge, Mass,^ 

Jan, 25, 1912, 
Children Edward (died at Mrth), July 1, 1914, 

Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 1511 Bouth Latamah 8t„ Spokane, Wash, 

(business) City Hall, Spokane, W<uh, 

I was graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1903, 
and in the fall of that year went to New York City. I was 
first with the Legal Aid Society but shortly after entered 
the legal department of the Travelers' Insurance Co., in 
New York City. I spent the summer of 1905 in travel and 
selected Spokane, Washington, with the purpose of locating 
permanently and practising law. For a short time I held 
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own practice, I have been for the past two years, assistant 
corporation counsel of the city of Spokane. My outside 
business interests have been, principally, my association 
with the irrigation project of the Methow Canal Co., as 
secretary and treasurer, my farm in the Methow valley, 
and more recently, our farm in Southern Idaho. This farm 
we have developed from sage-brush into 150 acres of alfalfa 
and clover. 

ANDREW ROBESON SARGENT 

Born Brookline, Mass., Dec. 2, 1876. 

Parents Charles Sprague Sargent, Mary Allen Roheson. 

School Cfroton School, Oroton, M<U8. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900 (1901). 

Married Maria de Acosta, New York, N. T., Nov. 6, 1909. 

Business Landscape architect. 

Address (home) Perkins St., Jnmaica Plain, Mass. 

(business) 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

IRVING WILDER SARGENT 

Bom Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 8, 1879. 

Parents George Woodbury Sargent, Marietta Bancroft. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; LLJS., 190S. 

Married Helen Stanley, Lawrence, Mass., June 19, 1906. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 175 East Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 

(business) Central Building, Lawrence, Mass. 

I am still practising law with the firm of Sweeney and 
Cox in Lawrence. I have nothing to add to my story in 
the decennial report. Member: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Merrimack Valley Country Club, Lawrence Monday Night 
Club, Harvard Gnb of Boston, Harvard Club of Lawemce; 
director of Lawrence Anti-Tuberculosis League. 

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IRtcbatD Aarsball Scbaefet 

Bom Ot, Harwood, Lancashire, Eng,, April 9, 1874, 

Parents Henry Bchaefer, Mary Ann Banks. 

School Prepared himself. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

[See note in Third Report.] 



HOWARD GUSTAV SCHLEITER 

Born Pittsburgh, Pa„ May 27, 1880. 

Parents Oustav Schleiter, Minna Backofen, 

School Central High Schooh Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D. (University of Pennsylvania), 

1905. 
Business Physician. 

Address (home) 5420 Stanton Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa, 

(business) 925 Highland Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

The year after leaving college, I spent at the Lawrence- 
ville School, N. J., as instructor in German and French. The 
following six years I spent in the Medical School of the 
Uftiiversity of Pennsylvania and as interne at the University 
Hospital, Philadelphia. I have practised medicine in Pitts- 
burgh continuously since 1907, with the exception of one 
year spent abroad in the study of cardio vascular disease. 
At the present time I am visiting physician to St. Francis 
Hospital, Pittsburgh, and assistant professor of medicine in 
the University of Pittsburgh. I have written miscellaneous 
contributions to medical journals. Member: American 
Medical Association, Pittsburgh Academy of Medicine, Uni- 
versity Club, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

BRUNO WILLIAM SCHWILL 

Bom Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 9, 1879. 

Parents Albert Bchwill, Carrie Esselbom, 

School Franklin School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900 (1901), 

Business General huaineaa. 

Address (home) iSS7 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, m. 

(business) 2S4 South La Salle 8t, Chicago, JR. 

[Mr. Schwill adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

DONALD SCOTT 

Born New York, N, Y„ June 4, 1879. 

Parents Frank Hall Scott, Julia Draper Davis. 

School Dearborn-Morgan School, Orange, N. J. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 



Degrees 


A.B., 1900. 


Married 


Mary Channing Eustis, Milton, Mass., Sept. 16, 




1908. 


Children 


Donald, Jr., Oct. 16, 1909; Douglass Channing, 




April 20, 1912. 


Business 


Publisher. 


Address 


9 East Ninth St., New York, N. Y. 



[Mr. Scott adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



5o8bua flDontflomerp Sears 

Bom Boston, Mass., Nov. 2S, 1879. 

Parents Joshua Montgomery Sears, Sarah Carlisle Choate. 

School St. Mark's School, Southboro, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1904. 

Died Aug. 12, 1908, in Providence, R. I. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



MURRAY SEASONGOOD 

Bom Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 27, 1878. 

Parents Alfred Seasongood, Emily Fechheimer. 

School Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, and 

**Edgeborough,** Ouilford, England. 

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Years in College 1896-1900 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M„ 1901; LL,B„ 190$, 

Married Agnea Senior, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 28, 1912. 

Children Jxinet, Sept. 25, 1913. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) Sill Washington Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(business) 801 Otoynne Building, 6th and Main 
Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Member law firm of Paxton, Warrington and Seasongood 
since 1909. Secretary of Harvard Law School, Class of 
1903. Corresponding secretary for Ohio of the Harvard Law 
School Association. Vice-president Harvard Club of Cincin- 
nati. Member Board of Governors since 1907 of University 
Club of Cincinnati. Vice-president for Ohio of National 
Jewish Publication Society. Trustee of Hebrew Union Col- 
lege of Cincinnati. Trustee Avondale Synagogue. Member 
executive council Boy Scouts of Cincinnati and of advisory 
board of Working and Newsboys Home, Counsel for 
Smoke Abatement League of Cincinnati. Counsel for Gover- 
nook Home for the Blind. Member executive committee of 
The Crafters Company (for encouragement of artists and 
artificers). Recently appointed member of the Republican 
County executive committee. March 23, 1915, I was appointed 
by Governor Willis a member of the Ohio Commission for 
Blind. I have written: In addition to the articles referred 
to in last report, Some Law in Shakespeare, (Ohio Law Re- 
porter, Aug. 24, 1908). Member: Literary Club of Cincin- 
nati, City Club, Wednesday Club, Cincinnati and American 
Bar Associations. 



HENRY LATIMER SEAVER 

Bom Boston, Mass., Jan. 16, 1878. 

Parents Latimer Small Seaver, Minnie Church. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUcgc 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 19U. 

Married Susan Russell Seaver, Boston, Mass., Sept. U, 

1908. 

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Business Teacher, 

Address (home) Merriam 8t., Lexington, Mass. 

(business) ^91 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

For a year after graduating I was assistant to Prof. Wen- 
dell in English 22. Since then I have been teaching English 
at M. I. T., with rank as assistant professor since 1907. Dur- 
ing the summers of 1901 and 1902 I taught at Chautauqua, 
N. Y. The summer of 1904 I spent in Europe, and that of 
1912 in Europe with my wife. In these opportunities of 
travel and in other ways I have, as an avocation, studied the 
fine arts. For many years I have been Sunday docent, giv- 
ing brief informal talks at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 
In my Technology work I have recently dealt more especial- 
ly with the problem of English for foreign students, of 
whom we have many. As part of this work I have taken 
Harvard courses — a few per year — in French and Spanish, — 
enough for an A.M. in 1914. Doubtless fifteen (post gradu- 
ate) years of life should have matured in each of us a 
philosophy of life. I have merely adopted one — ^that of 
Charles Lamb, expressed in his motto: ** Contented with 
little, but wishing for more. " I have published : Daumier*^ 
Ldthographs, (Print Collector's Quaterly, Museum of Fine 
Arts, Boston, February, 1914). Member: Walker Club, 
M. I. T., Cosmopolitan Qub, M. I. T., Harvard Union, N. E. 
Association of Teachers of English, N. E. Association of 
Colleges and Preparatory Schools, Association for Pro- 
motion of Engineering Education. 

WILLIAM NATHANAEL SEAVER 

Bom Melrose, Mass., Nov. 8, 1877. 

Parents . Nathanael Seaver, Marietta Mills White. 

School Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Librarian. 

Address (home) Central St., Scituate, Mass. 

(business) Municipal Reference Library, Muni- 
cipal Building, Neto York, N. Y. 

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It was a year after graduation, namely, in July, 1901, that 
I first entered upon work of a fairly permanent nature. From 
that time until December, 1907, I was secretary to R. R. 
Bowker, of New York, editor and publisher of **The Pub- 
lishers' Weekly,'' **The Library Journal," and kindred pub- 
lications. In addition to my duties as secretary I had some 
share at times in the editorial work on the periodicals men- 
tioned. I also carried through to completion Mr. Bowker 's 
check-list entitled ** State Publications." This was a pioneer 
work in a neglected field, its aim being to furnish a guide to 
the mass of valuable but little known or appreciated oflficial 
reports, bulletins, etc., issued by the several states of the 
Union. Parts I. and II. of this list, covering New England 
and North Central States, were the work of previous com- 
pilers; Part III., covering the West, I completed in 1905, and 
Part IV., covering the South, in 1908, the latter year being 
devoted entirely to this work. During the years 1901-1907 I 
spent the summer months in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, where 
in October, 1907, I joined the other graduates in organizing 
the Harvard Club of Berkshire, which I am glad to say is 
still in active existence. In January, 1909, I went with Mr. 
Bowker on a ten- weeks' trip to South America. We visited 
the principal seaports of both coasts as far south as Buenos 
Aires and Valparaiso, crossing the continent by the railways 
connecting those cities. The tunnel through the Andes not 
having been completed at that time, we experienced the me- 
morable thrills of a coach ride over the Uspallata Pass, and 
saw upon its summit that wonderfully impressive monument, 
the great Christ of the Andes. A visit to the unfimshed 
Panama Canal and a skip across Jamaica rounded out the 
trip. Following my return I had a sabbatical year, so to 
speak, on the old homestead at Scituate, Massachusetts, 
broken only by a temporary connection with the editorial 
staflf of **The Publishers' Weekly" in New York, in the 
winter of 1909-10. Then, as my efforts to find permanent 
work near Boston (where my family interests lay) met with 
no success, I returned to more hospitable New York in Sep- 
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Library, with which I am still associated. I was first at- 
tached to the Public Documents Division, then located in 
the old Astor building. Were any of you ever in this anci^it 
barracks f I doubt if the British Museum itself could equal 
it for dreary dinginess. After seven months' confinement 
there I escaped, with the rest of the staff, to the new central 
building on Fifth Avenue, familiar to all of you who are 
familiar with New York. The process of moving from the 
•old building to the new was intensely interesting, — ^an historic 
experience in which I am glad to have had a part. After two 
years as, first assistant in the Public Documents Division, I 
held a similar position in the Economics and Sociology Di- 
vision for two years more. Here I soon learned how little 
economics I had absorbed from my two courses at Cambridge ; 
nevertheless, I survived the test and, I hope, profited by it. 
From October 19 to December 31, 1914, I was acting chief of 
the division, owing to the transfer of the chief to be head of 
the Municipal Reference Library, a branch of the public 
library system, maintained in the municipal building for the 
T)enefit of city oflBksials and employees. On January 1, 1915, 1 
joined him there as his assistant, and at the time of writing 
this narrative am engaged with him in striving to make this 
plant the livest municipal reference library in the country, 
if that be possible. Needless to say, I shall be glad to wel- 
come 1900 men here at all times. I have compiled: State 
Publications: a provisional list of the official publications of 
the several states of the United States from their organiza- 
tion. Parts 3-4. (New York: Office of *'The Publishers' 
Weekly," 1905-1908.) 

HENRY MEYER SHARTENBERG 

Born Phenix, R. J., Oct. 26, 1877. 

Parents Jacob Shartenherg, Emertina Ahrahamt. 

School Pawtuchet High School, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Harried Hedtoig Weisl Lederer, Jan. 17, 1905. 

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Children Frances, April SO, 1906; Ruth Louise, Nov. 16, 

1909; Henry Meyer, Jr., July SI, 19U. 
Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 5S1 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn, 

(business) Nevo Haven, Conn. 

I left college in February, 1900, to accept a position as 
European representative for the Attleboro Manufacturing 
Co. I visited practically every country of Europe and man- 
aged their display at the Paris Exposition of 1900. I re- 
turned to America in February, 1901, and the following 
month entered the employ of the Shartenberg and Robinson 
Co., a department store. In February, 1906, I was elected 
a director as well as secretary of the company. The follow- 
ing June our company purchased a department store in New 
Haven, Conn., and I was sent there to manage this branch of 
our business. In April, 1913, Mr. Robinson retired from our 
firm and purchasing a portion of his holdings I was elected 
vice-president, the position I occupy today. On March 10, 
last, we opened our new building (the largest in the city 
devoted to mercantile purposes) and it looks as if New Haven 
was to be my permanent home. I always let business **go 
hang*' on ** football day," and it will be a real pleasure for 
me to meet my 1900 friends while they are in town that day. 
The door of my oflSce is always taken down and placed in the 
storage room until the following Monday for the benefit of 
those who after a victory have to steer their course **on the 
bias." 



THOMAS MOTT SHAW 



Bom Newport, R. I., Sept. 19, 1878. 

Parents George Russell Shaw, Emily Mott. 

School Hopkinson's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; Diploma (Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 

France), 1905. 
Married Caroline Quinan, Paris, France, Feb. 20, 1905. 

Children Isabel, Nov. 6, 1906; Sarah Quinan, Nov. 16, 1908; 

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George Russell, 2d, Oct. 10, 1911, 
Budness Architect. 

Address (home) Garfield Road, Concord, Mass, 

(business) 15 Beacon 8t., Boston, Mass, 

After graduation, went to Paris and in the fall of 1900 
was admitted to the Eeole des Beaux Arts Department of 
Architecture. Married in 1905, and that same year received 
the government diploma of the Ecole des Beaux Arts. Re- 
turned to the United States in the summer of 1905 and 
entered the oflSce of Guy Lowell, architect, where I remained 
until January, 1909. At that time I opened an office at 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, for the general practice of architec- 
ture and have been at it ever since. Member: Tennis and 
Racquet Club of Boston, Harvard Club of Boston, Boston 
Architectural Club, Boston Society of Architects, American 
Institute of Architects, Concord Country Club. 

WINFIELD LOWRY SHAW 

Bom Portland, Me,, Aug. 2, 1878. 

Parents Horace Hopkins Shaw, Celeste Maloni Oay. 

School Portland High School, Portland, Me. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married I^ois Warren, Cumberland MUls, Me., Sept, 5, 

1905. 
Children Janet Warren, Dec IS, 1906; Catherine Warren^ 

Jan. 26, 1908; Mary Warren, Oct. 9, 1909; 

Rhoda Warren, Sept. 2, 1911. 
Business Shoe manufacturer. 

Address (home) 20 Cochato Road, Braintree, Mass. 

(business) S5i Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Since March, 1904, in the manufacturing department of 
the W. H. McElwain Company, shoe manufacturers. Now 
head of planning department. Since June, 1914, director of 
W. H. McElwain Company. Member : Cochato Club, Brain- 
tree, Mass.; Derryfield Club, Manchester, N. H.; Economic 
Club, Boston, Mass. ; Eitchamakim Camp, Braintree, Mass. 

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LOUIS BERRY SHAY 

Born Morton, N. T., April 4. 1875, 

Parents James Shay, Adelaide Florence Hoag. 

School Brockport State Normal School, Brockport, If. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LLJB. (Union College), 1904. 

Married Mary Frances Hitchcock, Rochester, N. Y„ June 

27, 1906. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 92 College St., Brockport, N. Y. 

(business) Masonic Block, Brockport, N. Y. 

Since my last report I have been practising law at Brock- 
port, N. Y. Member : Monroe Lodge, No. 173, F. and A. M., 
Monroe Lodge, No. 188, I. 0. O. F. 

AUGUSTUS HUNT SHEARER 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 21, 1878. 

Parents Isaac Davis Shearer, Sarah Williamson Hunt. 

School William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; Ph.D., 1908; AJB. (RuU 

gers), 1899. 
Business Librarian. 

Address (home) University Club, Evanston, III. 

(business) Netoberry Library, Chicago, III. 

Stayed at Harvard, in the Graduate School untU 1903, and 
as assistant in history, till 1904. Taught history at Trinity 
(Conn.), Dartmouth, and Hamilton (assistant professor) . 
Since 1912 with Newberry Library, Chicago, as historical ex- 
pert and bibliographer. Have been interested in politics. 
On town committee in Hanover, N. H., and ran for delegate 
in 1912 in Clinton, N. Y. Upon coming to Chicago became 
a resident (1912-14) at Chicago Commons (settlement) with, 
special work among both men and women in citizenship. 
While at Hamilton, was connected with the work of the New 
York State Board of Education. I have written various 
articles on history and edited various history volumes. I am 

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•secretary of the Conference of Historical Societies and secre- 
tary of Chicago Library Club. Member: University Club, 
Evanston; American Historical Association, American Po- 
litical Science Association, Pennsylvania History Club. 

KENNETH SHERBURNE 

Born Boston, Mass., Feb, 26, 1879. 

Parents Frank Staples Sherburne, Annie Cora Seavey. 

School Hopkinson's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900; 8.B., 1909. 

Business Engineer. 

Address (home) 363 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 172 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Went to Schenectady to the General Electric Co. in 
August, 1903, and remained until September, 1904, when I 
W8LS transferred to the Lynn works. In August, 1905, went 
into the steam engine department of the B. P. Sturtevant 
Co. and remained until 1906, when I went abroad to see 
the Harvard-Cambridge race. Then was draftsman and 
assistant engineer of the Sturtevant Mill Co., Harrison 
Square, Boston, until September, 1910. Have been engineer 
and purchasing agent af the Automatic Appliance Co. since 
November, 1911. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Har- 
vard Club of New York, Engineers Club of Boston, Boston 
Art Club, Massachusetts Automobile Club, American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers. 

TYRRELL BRADBURY SHERTZER 

Born Baltimore, Md., Aug. 21, 1876. 

Parents A. Trego Shertzer, Sara Bradbury. 

School Baltimore City College, Baltimore, Md. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees S.B., 1900. 

jyiarried Georgiana Risley Burlock, Atlantic City, N. J^ 

Nov. 5, 1906. 

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Children Tyrrell Bradbury, Jr., Nov. 4, 1907. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address 500 West USd St., New York, N. Y. 

My first position after graduation was that of draftsman 
with the Structural Iron and Steel Co. of Baltimore, Md. I 
resigned from this position in December, 1900, to accept an 
appointment as assistant engineer on the corps of the Rapid 
Transit Commission for the City of New York. The next 
five and a half years were spent in New York, working on 
the original subway, then building, and my work and duties 
included all of the various phases of the work, original sur- 
veys, designing and construction. Upon the completion of 
the construction of the section to which I had been assigned 
I resigned to accept the position of engineer for the Port- 
land, Me., Bridge District, and spent the next two years in 
charge of the removal of the old and the construction of 
the new Vaughan's Bridge. This brought me up to tha 
slack times incidental to the panic of 1907 and I took several 
months' enforced vacation. I then spent some months assist- 
ing in the task of investigating the safety of the Queens- 
borough Bridge at New York City and in making surveys, 
studies and estimates for the extension of the water supply 
system for the City of Baltimore, Md. In 1909, I accepted 
a position with the Public Service Commission for the First 
District of New York and spent about three years in design- 
ing and acting as office engineer during the construction of 
the Fourth Avenue subway in Brooklyn. I resigned in 1912 
to accept a position as engineer in charge of the construc- 
tion of the foundations for the Travelers Insurance Building 
at Hartford, Conn., and upon the completion of this work I 
went to the soft coal and coke region of Pennsylvania where 
I built a dam and reservoir for the W. J. Rainey Coke Co. 
The completion of this work landed me in the current hard 
times and during the past winter I attempted, in association 
with another Harvard man, to work up a business of our 
own; but conditions were not favorable and after wasting 
several months and most of my funds, I accepted a position 

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with the Interborough Rapid Transit Company of New York 
where I now am, designing in connection with the third 
tracking and other improvements to the existing elevated 
lines. I have written a few articles for the technical peri- 
odicals. Member : American Society of Civil Engineers. 



FRANK HERBERT SIMONDS 



Bom Concord, Moms., April 5, 1878, 

Parents William H. Bimonds, Jennie E. Oarty. 

School Concord High Bchooh Concord, Momm. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married ^ory France Oledhilh Albany, N. Y., Dec, 26, 1902. 

Children Katharine, Nov. 26, 1906; James Qarty, Feb, 28, 

1913. 
Business Journalist. 

Address (home) 72 Overlook Road, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

(business) *'The Tribune,'' New York, N. Y. 



Resident, University Settlement of New York, 1900-1901 ; 
city staflf, *'The Tribune," 1901-2; Washington Bureau of 
**The Tribune," 1903; Albany correspondent of '*The 
Tribune," 1904-5; Albany correspondent of **The Evening 
Post," 1906-7-8; editorial staflf of ''The Sun," 1908-13; 
editor, **The Evening Sun," 1913-1914; associate editor, **The 
Tribune," 1915-. Director, Amen Comer since 1909; vice- 
president, 1910-1911. Vice-president, Legislation Correspond- 
ents Association, Albany, N. Y., 1908. To these details there 
is, perhaps, nothing of interest to add save the fact that I am 
stiU diligently striving to overcome those defects in style and 
manner early pointed out to me by the editors of '*The Har- 
vard Monthly," whose generous advice and illustrious ex- 
ample remain memorable even at this distance. I have writ- 
ten: The Great War, (Mitchell Kennerley, 1914). I write 
regularly for the ** Review of Reviews" and **The New Re- 
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WILLIAM EDWARD SKILLINGS 

Born Betheh Me,, July 16, 1877. 

Parents William Edtvard SkUlings, Katharine Davii. 

School Roxhury Latin School, Roxhury, Mats. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Business AsaiMtani to advertising manager. 

Address (home) 48 Wachusett Road, Chestnut HUl, Mass. 

(business) 416 Washington Bt., Boston, Mass. 

After leaving college in February, 1900, I went into my 
father's office — Clumber business — ^for about six months. 
Then I went to Millinockett, Me., to The Great Northern 
Paper Co. where I learned to build '*digestors." Later, 
I shed the light of my intellect variously upon insurance, 
book publishing, real estate, and promoting, and even delved 
into the rubber' buisiness. From this, the American Soda 
Fountain Co. next hailed me, and from there I came, eight 
years ago, to Filene's. Here, practically from the start, 
advertising has been my work — ^both in the newspapers and 
the store windows, and the last two years the windows have 
occupied my entire time. It is most interesting work, and 
constantly opens up new phases of publicity; but I can't 
conscientiously say that I've ever liked it. Member: Union 
Boat Club, Harvard Club, Commonwealth Country Club, 
Boston City Club. 

ALBERT ROSS SMITH 

Bom Chelsea, Mass,, June t7, 1875. 

Parents Jay Cook ^mith, Mary Frances Newcomh. 

School Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, If. H, 

Years in College 1895-1900, 

Address 98 Chestnut St., Chelsea, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

EDWIN HAMMETT SMITH 

Bom Chelsen, Mass., March 4, 1877. 

Parents Jay Cook Smith, Mary Frances Netooomh. 

School Chelsea High School, (Jhelsea, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; flf^., 1901. 

Married Mary Winne Griffiths, Roslindale, Mosm., Sept. 24, 

190S. 
Business Civil engineer. 

Address 98 Chestnut St., CheUea, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



FRANK CHANNING SMITH JR. 

Bom Worcester, Mass., May 22, 1877. 

Parents Frank Channing Smith, Hattie Rebecca Chase. 

School Worcester Classical High School, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AM., 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Married Amy Jeannette Williams, Worcester, Mass.^ Oct. 

5, 1904. 
Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 889 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 

(business) $40 Main St., Worcester, Mass. 

After leaving college I entered the Harvard Law School, 
and was graduated in 1902. Began practice of law in Wor- 
cester, Mass., in July, 1902. Have followed my profession 
in Worcester, Mass., ever since and am at present a member 
of the law firm of Thayer, Smith and Gosline, 340 Main 
Street, Worcester, Mass. I have held no political oflSces. I 
am a trustee and clerk of Worcester Five Cent Savings 
Bank, and a director of Mechanics National Bank of Wor- 
cester, Mass. 



FREDERIC ESTABROOK SMITH. JR. 

Bom Dayton, Ohio, Jan. 26, 1878. 

Parents Frederic Estabrook Smith, Adeline Zelica Chaney. 

School Pomfret School, Pomfret, Conn. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Married Hope Sheldon Fisk, Paiotucket, R. I., Aug. 15, 

1905. 

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Children Barbara Fiak, Bept. 19, 1906; Dorothy Oatley, Feb. 

20, 1908. 
Address Weston, Mass. 

[Mr. Smith adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



FREDERIC MILLER SMITH 

Bom Richmond, Ind., June IB, 1870. 

Parents James Wharry Bmith, Abbie Francis Miller. 

School High School, Richmond, Ind. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Degrees A.B. (Indiana University), 1899. 

Business Writer and university teacher. 

Address (home) 519 East State St., Ithaca, N. Y. 

(business) Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

After leaving Harvard in 1897, I was graduated at the 
University of Indiana ; studied abroad ; was assistant editor 
Woman's Home Companion 1900-05; spent the next five 
years as a literary hack ; since 1910 have been an instructor 
in English in Cornell University. I have written : Christine, 
serial story, (Ladies' Home Journal, 1900-01), The Green 
Beetle, (Gunters' Magazine, 1910), The Stolen Signet, 
(Duffield and Co., 1909), Zairah: Translation of The Stolen 
Signet by Dr. Arthur Schimmelpfennig, (Moewig and 
Hoeffner, Dresden and Leipzig, 1911). Member: Town and 
Gown, Ithaca, N. Y. ; Authors' Club, New York City. 

GRAHAM SMITH 

(formerly Louis Graham Owen Smith) 

Bom Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 2i, 1878. 

Parents John Henry Smith, Jane Reeves. 

School Buffalo High School, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Elsey Kumble Martin, London, Eng., May 5, 1909. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address The Dun Building, Buffalo, N. 7. 

[Not heard from.] 
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HAROLD WELLINGTON SMITH 

Bom Boston, Moms., May SO, 1878. 

Parents Wellington Bmith^ Mary Dodge. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Degrees MJ)., 1901. 

Married Mary Currier Eaton, Nov. 10, 1919. 

Children Margaret, Aug. 20, 1914. 

Business Physician (United States Navy). 

Address Care of Surgeon General, Washington, D. C. 

After my one year in college, I entered Harvard Medical 
School and received my M.D. in 1901. Two years as surgical 
house officer at the Massachusetts General Hospital f oUowed, 
And in 1904 I entered the Medical Corps of the Navy. Since 
then my duties have been those of a surgeon afloat and 
ashore, interrupted now and then by short periods of special 
duty. My cruises have taken me around the world once, 
to Europe three times and the West Indies — ^too often. Two 
years were spent in the Philippines and one in Syria during 
the Turko-Italian altercation. At present I am ashore at 
the Cheslea Naval Hospital enjoying my ** shore cruise.*' 
During this period of land-living, I have found opportunity 
to marry and beget one female child. My hobby is 
photography. I have written various articles and mono- 
graphs in **U. S. Naval Medical Bulletin." Member: Army 
and Navy Club, Washington, D. C. 

HOMER BRANDEL SMITH 

Bom Lancaster, N. H., April 18, 1877. 

Parents John H. Smith, Harriet Brandel. 

School Lancaster Academy, Lancaster, N. H, 

Years in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 190S. 

Married Oertrude Day Jerome, Boston, Mass., June 8, 1909. 

Business Physician. 

Address (home) 111 Main St., Lancaster, N. H. 

(business) Smith Hospital, Lancaster, N. H. 

(Mr. Smith adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

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HOMER HASKELL SMITH 

Born Rockporty Mass., Sept. 19, 1877. 

Parents Leverett Edwards Smith, Laura Webster. 

School Carleton School. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Degrees LLJB. (Boston University), 1892. 

Basinets Latoyer. 

Address (home) 11 Pleasant St., Gloucester, Mass. 

(business) 21 Commonwealth Ave., Gloucester, 
Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

CHARLES HEAD SMOOT 

Bom Illion, N. T., Dec. 6, 1879. 

Parents William Sydney Smoot, Mary Bunker. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Harried Katharine Elizabeth Ryan, New York, N. Y., Oct. 

1910. 
Children Mary Katharine, Oct. SI, 1911; Charles Head, Jr., 

March 24, 1919; WUliam Sydney, July 27, 1914. 
Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address (home) 15 Glenside Road, South Orange, N. J. 

(business) I40 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. 

I left college in middle of sophomore year and entered 
University of California some months later in the junior class. 
I made no effort to secure a degree as the form of education I 
-sought differed from the prescribed course and the degree in 
itself seemed of no value, as it required rather more manual 
than mental development. Immediately after leaving college 
I went to work as a **hand'' around various power plants and 
after several years was graduated to fill positions in which 
my head was more useful than my hands. For the past ten 
or twelve years I have been inventing and developing in- 
ventions of others along the general lines of the modem high 
«peed machinery, being actively engaged in work on steam 
turbines, centrifugal compressors and pumjm and turbine 
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among these machines. During the last few years I have 
given a good deal of my time as advisor to manufacturers 
of this type of machinery in my capacity of engineer for the 
Roteau, Bathe, Smoot Co., in which I am heavily interested j 
am also engineer for the Roteau Steam Regenerator Co. I 
am indebted to M. Agust Roteau of Paris and Mr. L. Bathe 
of New York for most of my opportunity to develop engineer- 
ing work. Member: Inventors' Guild, The Engineers' Club,. 
New York. 

SYDNEY BRUCE SNOW 

Bom Winchester, Mass,, M'arch 19, 1878, 

Parents William Alanson Bnow, Helen Florence Winde. 

School Winchester High School, Winchester, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; S,TJB,, 1906, 

Married Margrette Kennedy, Windsor, Yt., Dec 25, 1901, 

Children William Lotoell, Jan, 25, 1909; Donald Kennedy^ 

Nov, 7, 19(fi; Alice, Sept, Jf, 1907; Helen, June 

8, 1915, 
Business Minister, 

Address (home) 2 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass, 

(business) King's Chapel, Boston, Mass, 

I entered the ofSce of the Boston Transcript (where I had 
already worked during several summers) the week after 
graduation. There I worked as reporter until the fall of 
1903, when I entered Harvard Divinity School, receiving 
the degree of S.T.B. in June, 1906. In the fall of the same 
year I was ordained the first minister of the Unitarian 
Church of Palo Alto, California. Palo Alto is the seat of 
Leland Stanford Junior University, and the church was 
largely composed of members of the faculty and students. 
In October, 1909, I was called to the Second Congregational 
Society (Unitarian) Concord, N. H., and was settled as 
minister in December of the same year. In the fall of 1912 
I was installed as associate minister of King's Chapel, Bos- 
ton. I am a trustee of Proctor Academy, Andover, N. H., and 
a director of the Children's Mission to Children, Boston. 
Member : St. Botolph Club, Boston. 

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STACY BAXTER SOUTHWORTH 

Born Quincy, Mass., Sept. 22, 1878. 

Parents Edward Southworth, Harriet Hill. 

School Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 



Degrees 


A.B., 1900. 


Married 


L. Jeannette Sanders, Wayland, Mass., Oct. 27, 




1906. 


Children 


Dorothy, Oct. 6. 1907. 


Business 


Teacher. 


Address 


(home) 18 Avalon Road, West Roxhury, Mass. 




(business) Boston Latin School, Warren Ave., 




Boston. 



For the last seven years I have been a junior master in 
the Boston Latin School. Immediately after my marriage 
in 1906 I removed to Highland, West Roxbury, and there 
establsihed my home. I have endeavored faithfully during 
my residence in Highland to enter into the life of the com- 
munity and to do my part in promoting the civic good. In 
1909 and 1910 I was chosen vice-president of the Unitarian 
Club of West Roxbury, and in 1911 and 1912 I served as its 
president. In 1913 I was vice-president of the Brotherhood 
Club of West Roxbury. With this service I felt that I had 
done my duty and I declined the presidency the ensuing 
year. From an educational point of view my most import- 
ant work the last two years, aside from service in the Bos- 
ton Latin School, has been in developing the eflSciency of 
the summer camp. Two years ago I was summoned by Dr. 
C. Hanford Henderson to become head master of Camp 
Marienfeld. The work was too great for me to undertake 
alone, so I associated with me Raphael J. Shortlidge of the 
Choate School, Connecticut. Shortlidge is a Haverford and 
Harvard man, and one of the ablest camp men in the coun- 
try. Marienfeld is probably the oldest camp of serious 
purpose in New England and has long been regarded as one 
of the finest. The life and the purpose of the camp con- 
tinue to be formed on the strong traditions and high ideals 
wrought into it by its founder. It is a great responsibility, 
but I am glad to shoulder it. Member : Highland Club, West 

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Roxbury; Unitarian Club, West Roxbnry; West Roxbury 
Citizens' Association, Congregational Brotherhood, West 
Roxbury; Harvard Club, Keene, N. H.; Marienfeld Club 
(Camp Marienfeld Alumni). 

ELIOT SPALDING 

Bom Boston, Mass,, April 20, 1876, 

Parents John /. Spalding, Elizabeth Clarke Trult 

School Hopkinson's School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A,B„ 1900. 

Married Beatrice Winfleld Oullen, Binghamton, N, 7., May 

2, 1910. 
Children Elizabeth Rosalie, Aug. 20, 1911. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address Endicott, N. T. 

Resigning as graduate manager and from the Harvard 
Law School in February, 1901, I entered the employ of the 
Lestershire Manufacturing Co. and soon after became treas- 
urer. In July, 1909, the corporation became a partnership, 
Endicott, Johnson and Co., and I am one of the partners. 
I am an officer in two smaller corporations connected with 
the business: Endicott Water Works Co. and Endicott, 
Johnson Realty Co.; also president of the First National 
Bank of Lestershire, N. Y. My whole time is devoted 
to this one business and as tanners of over eight thousand 
sides of leather a day and makers of over forty-seven thou- 
sand pairs of shoes a day, the principle of ** consecration" is 
essential. I have made my home in Endicott, N. Y., for the 
last eight years. Outside of short trips to New York and 
Boston, I am generally at the office from 7 to 6, and will 
welcome any 1900 men finding themselves hereabouts. Mem- 
ber : Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of Boston. 

LELAND JASON SPALDING 

Bom Webster, Mass., March 11, 1877. 

Parents Edward Leland Spalding, Ella Augusta Leland. 

School Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

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Years in CoUege 1896^1898. 
Basinets Photographer. 

Address (home) 51 High Bt., Webster, Mass, 

(business) Neto York, N. Y, 

I was employed by the First National Bank, Webster^ 
Mass., 1898 to 1905, in various capacities, from bookkeeper 
to assistant cashier. Prom 1905 to 1907 I was registered as 
a special student in Harvard College and had some slight 
experience as tutor and assistant instructor. Prom 1908 to 
1911 I was engaged in various branches of photography, 
mostly as a free-lance. Prom 1911 to 1915 I was employed 
as advertising manager by the C. P. Goerz American Optical 
Company (Branch of Berlin), 317 East 34th Street, New 
York, manufacturers of lenses, cameras and scientific instru- 
ments. In April, 1915, 1 resigned on account of complications 
due to the war. 

WILLIAM HOLMES SPAULDING 

Born Doumieville, Cal., Oct. 9, 1877. 

Parents Henry Sffaulding, Carrie Barber Holmes. 

School University of California. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees -4..B. (University of California), 1899. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 625 El Dorado Ave., Oakland, Cal. 

(business) U Sansome 8t, San Francisco, CaL 

[Not heard from.] 



f tebeticlt TRnmiam ;Sptadue 

Born 8t. John, N. B., Feb. 1, 1872. 

Parents Howard Sprague, Emma Heard. 

School Mt. Allison College, N. B. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 

Died April 20, 1901, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

[See obituary in Second Report] 
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HORACE BAXTER STANTON 

Born Washington, D. C, March 19, 1878. 

Parents Joshua Otis Stanton, Mary Ida Jones, 

School Private Tutors, Berlin, Germany, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LLJB., 1908. 

Married Esther Faulkner Hayden, Paris, France, June M, 

1902. 
Children Faulkner, April 5, 1908. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address 80 State St., Boston, Mass. 

For what I did up to 1910 see last class report. From 
1910 to 1913 I continued to practise law in Boston, at first 
in partnership and subsequently alone. In the autumn of 
1913, owing to ill health, I stopped work and came to 
Europe, where I have since been. Since the outbreak of the 
European war I have been in France, doing Bed Cross work 
when the occasion offered. 

HOMER WORTHINGTON STARR 

Born Paris, Tex., March 81, 1875. 

Parents Francis Russe Starr, Sarah Ward. 

School Public High School, Oonzales, Tex. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (University of the South), 1901; 

Ph.D. (University of North Carolina), 191J^ 
Married Gertrude Eastland, Waxahachie, Tex., July 8, 

1902. 
Children Sarah Louise, March 18, 1906; Francis Worthing- 

ton, Jan. 7, 1908; Homer Pilgrim, Sept. 8, 1912, 
Business Minister. 

Address Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Following my graduation at Harvard, June, 1900, I re- 
turned to the University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., where 
I completed my work for the A.M. degree, and also my 
preparation for the ministry in the theological department 
of the university. I was proctor of the university 1900-1901. 

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During the year 1901-2, 1 was English master in the Sewanee 
Grammar School, the preparatory department in the univer- 
sity. I was ordained deacon at San Angelo, Tex., in 1901 by 
Rt. Rev. J. S. Johnston, Bishop of West Texas, and ad- 
vanced to the priesthood in June, 1902, by Rt. Rev. T. P. 
Gailor, Bishop of Tennessee. On July 3, 1902, 1 was married 
at Waxahachie, Texas, and soon after entered upon my 
duties as rector and headmaster of the West Texas Military 
Academy, at San Antonio, Texas. Threatened with a 
physical collapse, I resigned this position and sought the 
bracing effect of a colder climate, becoming the rector of 
St. Jude's Church, Monroe City, Missouri, in December, 
1902. I was rector of St. Paul's Church, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 1903-1907, and of Christ Church, Winnetka, 111., 1907- 
1910. In the latter year I became an unofBiCial ''church 
chaplain at the University of North Carolina," Chapel Hill, 
N. C, having also charge of the local parish, the ''Qiapel 
of the Cross." This is more of an inter-diocesan than a local 
work, two-thirds of my support being provided by the 
church people outside of Chapel Hill in the three dioceses 
of the state. I have served on the Diocesan Board of 
Missions of Iowa and Chicago, and the Sunday School Com- 
mission of Iowa, Chicago, and North Carolina. I am at 
the present time president of the Board of Religious Edu- 
cation in the diocese of North Carolina, and member of the 
executive committee of the Board of Religious Education of 
the ** Province of Sewanee." In June, 1914, I completed a 
three-year course at the University of North Carolina, and 
was granted the Ph.D. degree. The dissertation subject was 
** Reformation Movements in England as Reflected in the 
Popular Literature of the Fifteenth Century." I am treas- 
urer and director of The Country Club, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

LOUIS STEARN 

Bom Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 20, 1878. 

Parents Abraham Steam, Bertha Rorheimer. 

School Central High Bchool, Cleveland, Ohio. 

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Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees AM., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Basinets Merchant. 

Address (home) 1616 Magnolia Drive, OleveUMd, Ohio, 

(business) 1021 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Member: Cleveland Athletic Club, Cleveland Ad Club, 
Excelsior Club, Oakwood Club. 



ROLAND WILLIAMS STEBBINS 



Bom Bpringfleld, Mass., Nov. 27, 1874. 

Parents John Louis Btehhins, Isabel Wittiams. 

School 8t. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Deer Ridge Farm, Williamstovm, Mass. 

(Beyond his address, Mr. Stebbins has not given any par- 
ticulars of his life). 



FRANK HOLT STEDMAN 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 12, 1874. 

Parents Oeorge Herbert Stedman, CHratia Burt Holt. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass., and 

Phillips Academy, Andover, Miass. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1898. 

Degrees B.L. (Western Reserve University), 1908. 

Married Marian Murray, Columbus, Ohio, June 14, 1909. 

Children Edith Gratia, Sept. 11, 1912; Mary Elizabeth, 

July 17, 1914. 
Business Minister. 

Address 289 Hanover St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

I got ready for college by the usual methods, got through 
college by a species of good luck, and am now out of col- 
lege. I went to the theological school and got out of that 
institution; was ordained a deacon in the Episcopal Church 

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by the late Bishop Vinton of Western Massachusetts; was 
ordained a priest by Bishop Lawrence and since that time 
have spent most of my waking hours in trying to coax peo- 
ple to give sixteen per cent, of their time and a certain 
small per cent, of their money for the service of the church 
and what the church stands for. The class of 1900 at Har- 
vard has the opportunity to make itself forever famous by 
all the members of that class being cheerfully willing to give 
a certain amount of time and money to the parson in their 
town in order that he may make the church of which he has 
charge succeed. And then if they could in addition to that 
find it convenient occasionally to present themselves in 
church at a service, it would help, more so than perhaps 
they sometimes appreciate. It may be said in passing that 
the indefatigable secretary of the class of 1900 is due to 
occcupy a niche in the Hall of Fame some day in return for 
his enthusiastic persistency with which he keeps the class 
lined up. He is a live wire, and he is requested to publish 
this account just as it stands without censoring it. The 
question is, what does Prank Hinkey think of Percy Haugh- 
ton just now? The class of 1900 is cordially invited to at- 
tend service at St. John's Church, Milwaukee, any Sunday 
that they may elect. They are also invited to bring their 
pocketbooks with them. Well, I guess that's enough. 
Greetings to the secretary of the class. May we all live 
long and the world appreciate us! When I was in college 
for the consideration of fifty cents an hour I edited and 
mostly wrote a medical book. The supposed author of the 
book suffering somewhat from lack of education called me 
to his assistance. The book was privately printed and dili- 
gent search fails to reveal one copy of it bought. The book 
was no good, but the title of it was fine, namely: ''Man's 
Friend, Woman's Guide, and Childhood's Future Happi- 
ness." Since that time, no publisher has demanded any 
manuscript from me. Member : City Club of Milwaukee. I 
belong to a Clericus, an organization of Episcopal ministers 
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FREDERICK HENRY STEENSTRA 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 9, 1876, 

Parents Peter Henry Bteenstra, Susan Brown Learned, 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1904. 

Married Elsie Van Tine Roberts, Corning, N. Y., Bept. 26, 

1907. 
Children Edward Fitzgerald, nfuly U, 1908; Walter Henry, 

Dec. 10, 1911. 
Business Minister. 

Address 52S Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 

After a brief business experience, I studied at the Episco- 
pal Theological School, Cambridge, graduating in 1905. I 
was then two years on the staff of Grace Church, New York 
City. From 1907 to 1910 I was rector of the Episcopal 
Church at ManviUe, R. I., and since July, 1910, have been 
rector of the Episcopal C3iurch at (Wollaston) Quincy, 
Mass. 



HARRY EDWARD STEPHENSON 

Bom Roxbury, Mass., Aug. 24, 1877. 

Parents Charles Edward Stephenson, Marion Frances 

Haines. 
School Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 18961900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Bessie Cullin, Somerville, Mass., June S, 190S. 

Business Financier. 

Address Unknown. 



[Not heard from.] 



FRANCIS HERBERT STEVENS 

Bom Wellesley, Mass., June 9, 1876. 

Parents Herbert Joel Stevens, Welthea Ann Jones. 

School Wellesley High School, Wellesley, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Lydia Ward Day, Boston, Mass., June ««, 1905. 

Children Lydia Ward, Jan. 15, 1910. 

Business Latoyer. 

Address (home) 15 Livermore Road, Wellesley HiVls, Mass. 

(business) 95 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 



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Stuttgart, Germany, June 3, 1877. 

John Edward Stevens, Harriet Louise Stevens. 

Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

1896-1900. 

8,B„ 1900. 

Edith Hawkins, Springfield, Mass., Nov. 7, 1906. 

John Edward, March 27, 1909; Ethel, April 10, 
1911. 

Manufacturer. 

(home) 1 North St., Ludlow, Mass. 

(business) Ludlow Manufacturing Associates, Lud- 
low, Mass. 



On leaving college I entered the employ of the Inidlow 
Manufacturing Associates and have remained with this 
firm, becoming manufacturing agent in 1905, and vice-presi- 
dent in 1911. Manufacturing is diversified and extremely 
interesting, although under present conditions the lot of 
the manufacturer is far from being a happy one. In con- 
nection with my work I have studied jute manufacturing in 
Europe and India, but have not yet achieved fame as the 
author of books or plays. I have also become interested in 
banking and am president of the Ludlow Savings Bank and 
a director in the Springfield Safe Deposit and Trust Co. 
Member : Harvard Club of New York, Harvard Club of Bos- 
ton, City Club of Boston, Nayasset Club of Springfield^ 
Country Club of Springfield, American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers. 

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HENRY AUSTIN STICKNEY 

Born Geneva, Switgerland, May 19, 1879. 

Parents Austin Btickney, Harriet Champion TrumbuU. 

School Cutler's School, New York, N. Y„ and private 

tutor, 
Yeai 8 in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B. (Columbia University), 190S. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 691 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y, 

(business) 90 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

[Mr. Stickney adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

TRatlUam Sticltnes 

Born Bournemouth, Eng., Dec. 29, 1877. 

Parents Albert Stickney, Elizabeth Heart Weston. 

School Cutler*s School, New York, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died May 26 1911, Puerta Barrios, Guatemala, C. A. 

William Stickney died at Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, on 
May 26, 1911. His birthplace was Bournemouth, England. 
He prepared for college at Cutler's School, New York, where 
he was editor of the school paper. After his graduation from 
Harvard he spent three years at the Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, studying railroad engineering and naval archi- 
tecture. He continued the latter study at the University of 
Glasgow. Returning to the United States he entered the 
employ of the Fore River Ship-Building Company, at Quincy, 
Mass., and stayed with it for three years. In 1907 he re- 
signed and went to Telluride, Col., where he spent one year 
in the mines. A severe injury from a fall compelled 
him to return East for a year. In the autumn of 1909 he 
engaged in engineering work on the Panama Canal at Balboa, 
Canal Zone. In February, 1911, he accepted a position with 
the United Fruit Company at Guatemala. He was extremely 
fond of out-of-door life and especially enjoyed fishing, hunt- 
ing and cruising. The men who knew William Stickney 
prized his friendship as a very precious thing. 

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MARSHALL STIMSON 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., May 21, 1876. 

Parents Martin Webster Stimson, Ella Caroline Marshall. 

School Los Angeles High Bchool, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Married Mary Gordon Stimson, Azusa, Cal., April tl, 1904. 

Children Gordon, May 27, 1905; Mary, July 26, 1906; 

Eleanor, Aug. 5, 1909; Patricia, Feb. 9, 1912. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 1060 Kensington Road, Los Angeles, Cat 

(bnsiness) 801-2 Wright and CaJlender Building, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Entered Harvard Law School^ finished two years' courses, 
admitted to Massachusetts bar, 1901. Practised two years in 
Boston. Returned to Los Angeles in 1904, engaged in real 
estate, ranching and cattle business, resuming law practice 
in 1906. I have been active in political afFairs in California 
for many years. I was one of the charter members of the 
City Club, served three years as a member of the executive 
<M>mmittee of the Municipal League, and two years as a di- 
rector of the Chamber of Commerce. Helped to organize the 
Gk>od Ctovemment party in Los Angeles City, and the Lincoln- 
Roosevelt Republican League, which captured the Republi- 
can organization of California in 1910, electing Hiram W. 
Johnson as governor. Served as a member of the state ex- 
ecutive committee of the Republican party for four years and 
as chairman of the Republican Congressional committee four 
years. Elected as a delegate to the National Republican Con- 
vention in 1912; served on the committee of rules; voted for 
Roosevelt in the convention and then after Taft's nomination, 
went over to Symphony Hall and participated in the forma- 
tion of the Progressive party. Served as chairman of Pro- 
gressive Congressional Committee ; campaigned for Progress- 
ive party in state election, 1914, which resulted in Ctovernor 
Johnson's re-election as a Progressive, by the greatest ma- 
jority ever given any governor in this state. At present I 
am a member of the State Commission of the Panama Pacific 
Exposition. I haven't made any money, but I have had a 

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lot of fun, and perhaps I have done a little to break up the 
rotten political conditions which formerly prevailed in Cali- 
fornia. Member: California, University, City and Los 
Angeles County Clubs, Sons of Revolution, Mason. 

ERNEST WILLIAM STIX 

Bom Cincinnati^ Ohio, Nov, 16, 1878. 

Parents William 8tix, Dinah Rice. 

School Smith Academy, 8t. Louis, Mo. 

Yeaxs in College 1896-1899. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Emma Kingahacher, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 7, 1907, 

Children Elizabeth, Jan. 26, 1909; William, Oct. 6, 1911. 

Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 5112 Waterman Ave., 8t. Louis, Mo. 

(business) 1000 Washington Ave., 8t. Louis, Mo. 

Upon leaving college, I became an employee of the Rice- 
Stix Dry Goods Co., and through fifteen years of constant 
labor have succeeded in holding my job. I have risen gradu- 
ally to the vice-presidency of the company, but find the work 
no easier than before and my hopes for a life of ease and 
comfort are fast disappearing from my horizon. Eight years 
ago I had the good fortune to marry and now a wife and two 
children add to my pleasure and at the same time keep me 
hustling for bread and raiment. I have taken an active in- 
terest in civic and philanthropic endeavors and have been 
favored with many opportunities to do my share of the 
work. Life has brought me a full measure of fun, and I 
look forward with undaunted faith to a bit of the best of it in 
June, 1915, when we shall meet again. Member: Westwood 
Country Club, Columbian Club, Mercantile Club, City Club, 
all of St. Louis. 

ALEXANDER ELIOT STODDARD 

Bom Quincy, Mass., Dec. 5, 1878. 

Parents Eliot 8toddard, 8ophia 0. Patterson. 

School Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass. 

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Years in CoUege 1896-1899. 
Married Ella Howard Tilden, 

Children Eliot, 1899; Alexander, 1901; Eleanor, 1902; Her- 

bert, 1908. 
Business Builder. 

Address (home) Elm St., CoKasset, Mass. 

(business) 85 Purchase St., Boston, Mass. 

Same report as previously sent still holds good. Members 
Eonohasset Lodge of Masons, Cohasset, Mass., City Club, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

f tebeticft Timilliam Stone 

Bom WaltfMm, Mass., Oct. 21, 1878. 

Parents Churles Frederick Stone, Ella Josephine DalzelU 

School WaltJiam High School, Waltham, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Died July 28, 1905, in Waltham, Mass. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 



RALPH WALTER STONE 

Bom Camden, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1876. 

Parents Walter Chester Stone, Sarah Cornelia Hosley. 

School Stone School, Cornumllon-Hudson, N. Y. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; PhJB. (Hamilton College), 

1899. 
Married Mary Edna Bull, Middletown, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1910. 

Business Geologist. 

Address (home) 2739 Macomb St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(business) 1990 F. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Summer of 1900, teacher in Harvard Cuban Summer 
School. Academic year, 1900-01, Harvard Graduate School. 
Prom July, 1901, employed as geologist on United States 
geological survey, and in the course of my work visited the 
following places: Butte, Montana; Greene County, Penn.;. 

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Armstrong Counter, Perm.; Southwest coast of Alaska; 
Interior of Alaska, Circle to Fort Hamlin; Kentucky- 
Virginia line; Central Montana; Northeast Wyoming; 
Montana and Wyoming; Elkhorn Mountains, Montana; 
Western Montana; Flathead Reservation, Montana; Utah 
and Idaho. Beginning with 1903, I have written about 
thirty geologic reports which have been published by the 
United States Geological Survey. Member: Geological 
Society of America, Geological Society of Washington, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 
National Geographic Society, Harvard Club of Washington. 

ARTHUR STURGIS 

Born New Bedford, Mass., Nov, 16, 1878. 

Parents Appleton Sturgia, Emily Lamb Eliot, 

School Friends* Acddemy, New Bedford, M<i»8, 

Years in College 1896^1900. 

Degrees S.B., 1900, 

Married Emily Francis Dodge, New Bedford, Mass,, Oct, 

24, 1909, 
Children Arthur, Dec, 7, 1904; Anna Dodge, Feb. 28, 1906; 

Emily Eliot, July 29, 1907, 
Business Engineer. 

Address (home) 10 Elm Bt, Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 110 State Bt,, Boston, Mass. 

(I have nothing to add to the last report). 

MARK SULLIVAN 
(formerly Mark Forrest Sullivan) 

Born Avondale, Pa„ Bept, 10, 1874, 

Parents Cornelius Bullivan, Julia Gleason. 

School State Normal School, Westchester, Pa, 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900, 
Degrees A.B„ 1900; LL,B„ 1908, 

Married Marie M, Buchanan, Baltimore, Md., Oct. SI, 1907. 

Children Sydney Buchanan, Nov. 24, 1909; Mark, Jr,, May 

13, 1911; Cornelius, Aug, 9, 1912, 

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Business Editor and puhlUher. 

Address (home) 1 Lexington Ave., Neto York, N. 7.; aUo 

**Ohathain" Fredericksburg, Va. 
(business) US West 19th St., New York, N. Y. 

From 1900 to 1903 I was in the Harvard Law School and 
at the same time did newspaper and magazine work for the 
Boston Transcript, the Philadelphia North American, The 
Outlook and the Atlantic Monthly. 1903-04 was in the em- 
ploy of the Boston Transcript. 1904-05 was in the employ 
of Curtis Publishing Co. 1905-06 was in the employ of 
McClure's Magazine. Since 1906 I have been political 
writer, associate editor, and since October, 1913, editor of 
Collier's Weekly. I was identified, both as a writer and in 
an active way, with the so-called Insurgent Movement in 
the Republican party which resulted in the overthrow of 
the old control of that party and the organization of the 
Progressive Party; also with the Progressive Movement 
within the Democratic party which resulted in the nomina- 
tion of Woodrow Wilson. I was associated with the leaders 
of the movement which effected the adoption of the Postal 
Savings Bank, Parcels Post, the constitutional amendment 
for the direct election of United States senators, the con- 
stitutional amendment authorizing the Income Tax, and the 
wide-spread adoption of the direct primary. I have not held 
any public office, either by appointment or election, because 
I have considered that editorial independence made it 
necessary always to decline them. Member: Harvard Club 
of New York, Harvard Club of Boston, The Players, The 
Republican Cluh of New York, The City Qub of New York, 
The National Press Club of Washington. 



CHESTER ODIORNE SWAIN 

Bom Shenandoah, Iowa, Jan. 29, 1877. 

Parents Odiome Swain, Ella Wilson. 

School Maiden High School, Maiden, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

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Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1902; LL.B., 190\. 

Married MKiry A. Kinney, Winona, Minn., June It, 1907. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) Sagamore Park, Bronxville, N. T. 

(business) 26 Broadway, New York, N. T. 

From 1900 to 1902, I studied in the Harvard Graduate 
School, specializing in economics and constitutional history; 
Following my graduation from the Law School, I spent nearly 
autumns of 1900-01 and '02 I coached football, being at vari- 
ous times at Dartmouth, Amherst and Exeter Academy. 
Following my graduation from the law school, I spent nearly 
three years in association with the law firm of Bissell, Carey 
and Cooke, of Buffalo, New York. Since April 10, 1907, 
with the exception of a few months in 1909-10, I have been 
in the law department of the Standard Oil Company of New 
Jersey, in New York City, first as assistant general attorney, 
then as general attorney, and finally as general counsel and 
head of the department. My work has been confining, and 
my professional activities outside of the office have been 
rather more limited than I like; but I have just concluded 
three pleasant years of service on the Comcmittee on Admis- 
sions of the Bar Association. I have a small place in the 
country in Westchester County, where I spend a good part of 
my leisure in gardening. Member: Harvard Club of New 
York, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Law- 
rence Park Country Club. 

WILLIAM BRADEN SWINFORD 

Born Ford County, III., Aug. 16, 1878. 

Parents Samuel Fremont Swinford, Elizabeth Braden. 

School Eureka College, Eureka, III. 

Years in CoUege 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; B.S. (Eureka College), 1897. 

Married Velma Walker, Stillwater, Okla., Oct. 6, 1906. 

Children Margaret Elizabeth, July 9, 1907; John Walker, 

May 2, 1909. 

Business Banker. 

Address Stillwater, OkUL 

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Taught school at Watseka, Illinois, first year out of col- 
lege. Was in abstract and farm loan business at Outhrie, 
Oklahoma, for next three years. Active vice-president of 
Bank of Ripley, Ripley, Oklahoma, for one year, and have 
been an active officer of the First National Bank of Still- 
water, Oklahoma, ever since. Have not accomplished any 
of the big things. 

HARVEY DANFORTH SYMONDS 

Born Salem, Mast., Oct. 2+, 1875. 

Parents Samuel Chappel Symondt, Sarah Ella Conrey. 

School Private tutor. 

Years in College 1897-1898. 

Married Alice Mabel James, Boston, Mnss., April 27, 1901. 

Children Donald Danforth, May IS, 1902; Qifford Harvey^ 

July 21, 1904. 
Business Contractor. 

Address (home) 725 Bittersweet Place, Chicago, III. 

(business) 1211 Fisher Building, Chicago, ni. 

After leaving college in my second year, I returned to my 
home in Phoenix, Arizona, and engaged in business with my 
father, remaining there until the outbreak of the Spanish- 
American war when I enlisted in the First Territorial Volun- 
teer Infantry and served nearly a year. Upon being mustered 
'Out, I returned to Arizona and remained there until I 
married. The following year I engaged in structural engi- 
neering work with Purdy and Henderson of New York in 
their Boston office, and a year later I took up building con- 
struction, accepting a position with the Gteorge A. Fuller 
Company, contractors, of New York. I was with the Fuller 
Company for nine years (1903 to 1192) in St. Louis, Balti- 
more, Chattanooga and Chicago, and when I left them held 
the position of assistant manager of their Chicago office. In 
January, 1912, I accepted the position of manager of the 
Chicago office of James Stewart and Company, contractors, 
■of New York, resigning this position the first of this year 
<1915) to go into business for myself. Member: B. P. O. 

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Elks, P. and A. M., Illinois Athletic Club, Chicago Auto- 
mobile Club. 



JOSEPH HASKELL ALLEN SYMONDS 

Born Turner's FalU, Mass,, Aug, 2^, 18H. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees A,B„ 1900; LLJB,, 1904, 

Married Florence Lillian Durfee, Wethersfield^ Conn., July 

5, 1898, 
Business Lawyer, 

Address (home) 118S Woodycrest Ave., Borough of BronXr 

New York, N, T. 
(business) 60 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

[Mr. Symonds received his degree with the Class of 1900^ 
but prefers to be associated with 1901. See 1901 Report.] 



FRITZ BRADLEY TALBOT 

Bom Boston, Mass., Jan, SO, 1878. 

Parents George Newall Talbot, Florence Holt Dyer. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB„ 1900; M.D., 1905, 

Married Beatrice Wight Bill, Springfield, Mass,, Sept. tSr 

1907, 
Children Nation Bill, Nov. 26, 1908. 

Business Physician, 

Address (home) 100 Cottage Farm Road, Brookline, Mass.. 

(business) 911 Beacon St„ Boston, Mass. 

After graduating from the Medical School, spent six 
months as house physician in Boston Children's Hospital, 
and twenty months in the Massachusetts General Hopital, 
after which I assisted Dr. John Lovett Morse in the practice- 
of the diseases of children for four years. Was appointed 
visiting physician to the Boston Floating Hospital in 1908. 
Was assistant visiting physician to the Massachusetts Infant 
Asylum for one year. July, 1909, received the appointment 
of chief of the children's medical department of the Massa- 

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chusetts General Hospital, which appointment I still hold. 
I have been connected with the department of Pediatrics at 
Harvard Medical School since 1910, and now am clinical 
instructor in that department. I spent the summer of 1902* 
in GJottingen, Germany, studying German, and the summer 
of 1912 principally in Germany and a short time in London 
and Paris, visiting hospitals devoted to the diseases of 
children. For the past three years, have been studying the 
metabolism of infants in conjunction with P. G. Benedict at 
the Carnegie Nutrition Laboratory of Washington, and at 
the Massachusetts General Hospital in whatever time I could 
spare. My vacations are usually spent either on Cape Cod 
or in the woods of Canada. My practice is confined to the 
diseases of children, and now is principally an ofSce and 
consultation practice. I have published: (Benedict and 
Talbot) The Gaseous Metabolism of Lifants, (Carnegie In- 
stitution of Washington, Publication, No. 201). Various 
other articles have been published in medical journals, on 
subjects of interest to those practising the diseases of chil- 
dren. Member: The University Club, Brookline Country 
Club, Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of New York, 
Harvard Travellers Club, Brookline Historical Society, 
American Medical Association, Massachusetts Medical 
Society, The Aesculapian Club, New England Pediatrie 
Society, Brookline Medical Society, American Pediatric 
Society, American Association for Study and Prevention of 
Infant Mortality, The Society for Advancement of Clinical 
Investigation. 

HAROLD TAPPIN 

Born Bay Bhore, N, Y., iSfcpt 7, 1879. 

Parents John Crane Tappin, Helen Zaidee Bpear. 

School Cutler*8 School, New York, N. T. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; LLJB., 190S. 

Basinets Ltaioyer. 

Address 15 Williafn fift, Netc York, N. Y. 

[Not heard from.] 
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CECIL HAMELIN TAYLOR 

Born Langhome, Pa., June 7, 1878. 

Parents Lewis H. Taylor, Laivrence Hamelin. 

School Holdernesa School. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 
Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address (home) 626 Trumhull Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

(business) 92 Broadway, Detroit, Mich. 

[Not heard from.] 

CHARLES HERBERT TAYLOR 

Bom Middleboro, Mass., Jan. 1, 1878. 

Parents Thomas Luke Taylor, Susan Elizabeth Vaughan. 

School High School, Westboro, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Ethel Martin Tracy, Mt. Vernon, Me., Dec 29^ 

190k. 
Children Elizabeth Curtis, May 27, 1909. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 66 Columbia St., Brookline, Mnss. 

(business) Edward Devotion School, Brookline, 

Mass. 

The two years following my withdrawal from Harvard 
were spent at the Bridgewater Normal School^ at Bridge- 
water, Mass., from which school I was graduated in June, 
1899. As I had elected the work of a school-teacher when in 
attendance upon high school, it was not particularly peculiar 
that I should enter the State Normal School. The years 1899- 
1901 were spent in Norwood, Mass., as principal of the Ouild 
School; the years 1901-1903 were spent most pleasantly in 
Portsmouth, N. H., as principal of the Whipple School; the 
years 1903-1906 were spent in Quincy, Mass. as principal of 
the Wollaston and Massachusetts Fields Schools for one year ; 
and for the other two years as master of the Willard School. 
In the fall of 1906 I was called to the Edward Devotion 
School in Brookline, in which school I now find myself fortu- 

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nately placed. My career has been neither brilliant nor elec- 
trifying, but particularly serene and happy. As I am just 
as young as I was when I used to watch the old Harvard 
luminaries — Cabot, Moulton, et al— cavort about the grid- 
iron, I now watch with equal pleasure Mahan, Hardwick, et 
al. I have absolutely no just claim upon recognition by the 
real members of the class of 1900, and regret that fact rather 
more seriously than the fact that I was cut oflf from the op- 
portunity to gain wisdom in like degree as they. 

CHARLES RALPH TAYLOR 

Born Arlington, Mass., Dec. U, 1877. 

Parents Myron Taylor, Elizabeth P. Crosby. 

School Arlington High School, Arlington, Mats. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Irma Ethyl Wing, Boston, Mass., June Vt, 1907. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 31 Pelton St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

(business) Oirls* High School, Boston, Mass. 

For nine years after leaving college I was in grammar 
school teaching in Harrisville, R. I., Hyde Park, and Quincy, 
In 1909 I accepted the position I hold at present, — ^junior 
master in the Girls' High School, Boston, a school with 
2,200 pupils. At the time of our marriage, in 1907, my wife 
was teaching in the Horace Mann School, New York. My 
teaching subjects are English literature and musical theory. 
For two years I have been a teacher in the Church of the 
Disciples School, in Boston. For eight summers I have been 
secretary of Camp Wyanoke for Boys, at Wolfeboro, N. H. 
For three years I have been an instructor in English litera- 
ture in the Boston Evening High Schools. I am director of 
the Girls' High School Glee Club. A course in literature 
which I am taking this winter in the University Exten- 
sion, with **Copey," brings back many memories of college 
days. Member: Boston Schoolmen's Club, West Roxbury 
Unitarian Club. 

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JOB TAYLOR 

Bom Dudley, England, Jan. S, 1S76. 

Parents George Taylor, Elizabeth M<uon. 

School Mt. Pleasant, Pa., and Lima, Ohio MchooU. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.B. and 8.B. (Lima, Ohio, College), 

1898; A.M. (Lima College), 1909; PhJ)., (Lima 

College), 1906. 
Married Mary Eunice Hawkins, NohlesvUle, Ind., June i^ 

1906. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) Lima, Ohio. 

(business) Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

After leaving college I entered upon the manufacture of 
paper and card-board. I had been in this business before 
finishing my college course. I later became manager of the 
American Straw Board Co. and Lima Egg Case Co., of Lima, 
Ohio. I was also connected with plants in Ohio and Indiana 
during that period. The American Straw Board Co. was 
absorbed by the United Box Board and Paper Co., a twenty- 
eight million dollar corporation, comprising forty paper mills. 
In 1904 I became purchasing agent of the combined compa- 
nies with offices in New York. In 1905, I took charge, as man- 
ager, of the largest and most important subsidiary company, 
the Uncas Paper Co., Norwich, Ct. This was later taken 
into the United Box Board Co., and in 1912 I took the 
management of the Roanoke Fibre Board Co., Roanoke 
Rapids, N. C. At the end of the year I was elected presi- 
dent and general manager of the Halifax Paper Corporation, 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C, which position I still hold. This 
company has a chemical sulphate plant and also a paper mill. 
Its raw material is forest products and its finished paper is 
Kraft Wrapping. I have written : Several short stories; also 
a novel, Broken Links (CM. Clark Publishing Co., Boston, 
Mass., 1908). Member: Masonic lodges: Blue Lodge, Chap- 
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MYRON EMMET TERBUSH 

Bom Owego, N. Y., Dec 2, 1S75. 

Parents Clark Terbush, Josephine Blatoaon, 

School Otoego Academy, Owego, N, Y, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8JB„ 1900. 

Business Merchant. 

Address lOlS 8th 8t, Wilmington, Del. 

[Not heard from.] 

CRANSTON SWIFT THAYER 

Born London, England, Jan. 9, 1878. 

Parents Frederick Porter Thayer, Almena BuHft. 

School Public Schools, Nei€ York, N. Y., and Browne 

and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Nellie Rubel, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 26, 1908. 

Children Jane, March 12, 1911; Cranston Swift, Jr., June 

25, 1919. 
Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address S88 West Main St., Hopedale, Mass. 

Returned to the Graduate School in fall of 1900 and re- 
mained until February, 1901, when I went with the General 
Electric Co. at Lynn. In the fall of 1901 went to Case 
School in Cleveland, Ohio, as instructor in n-^athematics and 
electrical engineering. In spring of 1902 went to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., with North Penn Iron Co. and remained there 
until fall of 1903, when I came to Hopedale, and have rusti- 
cated in this quiet town ever since. Have been with the 
Draper Co., manufacturers of cotton machinery, during the 
whole period, first in their cost department and for the last 
five years as eflSciency engineer and system man. About the 
wildest excitement I have had was fighting an I. W. W. 
strike for three months last spring. Otherwise things move 
along in a very even sort of way and it takes most of my 
time to look after my family and my job. 

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FRANK ADONIRAM THOMPSON 

IBom Milford, Mass,, June 22, 1875. 

Parents Frank Adaniram Thompson, Agnes Gertrude 

Armstrong, 
School Maiden High School, Maiden, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899. 
Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Married Anna Elizabeth Stratton, Philadelphia, Pa,, Sept. 

4, 1907. 
Children Frank Adoniram, Sd, Dec. 1, 1912; James Strap 

ton, Sept. 27, 1914. 
Business Physician. 

JVddress (home) 5108 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(business) 104 South ISth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

After leaving college, went into the mill supply business 
for winter 1899-1900. In the summer of 1899 I worked as 
a reporter on the Springfield Union, at Springfield, Mass. 
In April, 1900, went with my father as a chiropodist. Came 
to Philadelphia in September, 1901, as manager of my 
father's oflSce in that city. Entered Temple University 
Medical School, 1909 and was graduated from same in June, 
1914. Entered Philadelphia General Hospital as interne 
(receiving by competitive examination first appointment) in 
July, 1914. Licensed in July, 1914, to practise medicine in 
Massachusetts. Member: Masonic fraternity 17 years. 

GUY ANDREW THOMPSON 

Bom Steward, III., Jan. 8, 1871. 

Parents Robert James Thompson, Evelyn Louise Flagg. 

School University of Illinois Aoademy, Urbana, III. 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; A.M., 1901; A.B. (University of lU 

linois), 1898; Ph.D. (University of Chicago), 
1912. 
Business Teacher. 

Address University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

I received the master's degree at Harvard in 1901, and 
in the fall was appointed instructor in English in the Uni- 

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versity of Maine. In 1905 1 was appointed assistant professor 
of English. During 1906-1906 I was absent on leave as a gradu- 
ate student in the University of Chicago, where in 1907-1908 
I held a fellowship in English. The next year I was acting 
head of the department of English in the University of 
Maine. In 1909 I was appointed professor of English litera- 
ture. I received the doctor's degree in 1912 from the Uni- 
versity of Chicago. During the summer of 1913 I travelled 
in Europe. I have written : Elizabethan Criticism of Poetry, 
a dissertation for the Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, 
(printed 1914, by Geo. Banta Publishing Company, Men- 
asha. Wis.) Member: Modem Language Association of 
America. 

ARTHUR JOHN THOMSON 

Bom Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 6, 1878, 

Parents Daniel Edmund Thomson, Elizabeth Hotkin Ellis, 

School Woodstock College, Woodstock, and McMaster Uni- 

versity, Toronto, Ontario, 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900. 

Degrees A.B„ 1900; B,A. (McMaster University), 1899. 

Married Edith M. Montgomery, Toronto, Ontario, June 15, 

1906. 

Children Dorothy Margaret, June 17, 1907; Ruth MonP 

gomery, Nov. 10, 1909; John Edmund, Feb. 24, 
1911; Joan Shaw and Jean Ellis (tuHns), Feb. 
24, 1913; Hugh McMillan, July 24, 19U. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 192 Balmoral Ave., Toronto, Ontario, 

(business) 85 Bay Bt„ Toronto, Ontario. 

In the fall following my graduation I started my law 
course at the Osgoode Hall Law School. Was called to the 
bar in 1903. I then joined the firm of Thomson, Tilley and 
Johnston. I am still with that firm, which is specializing in 
commercial law. I am recording secretary of the Ontario 
Bar Association. Member: Lambton Gtolf Club, Toronto; 
University Club, Toronto ; Osgoode Hall Chapter Delta C8ii 
Fraternity; Ionic Lodge A. P. and A. M. 

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CHARLES HENRY TILTON 

Born Boston, Mast., Dec, 2, 1877. 

Parents CfMrles Henry Tilton, Florence Bruce. 

School Hopkinson*$ School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.M., 1900. 

Business Commission broker. , 

Address (home) 1S68 Commomcealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(business) 276 Btate Bt., Boston, Mass. 

Member : Harvard Club of Boston, Corinthian Yacht Club. 
[Mr. Tilton adds nothing further to the last report.] 

NEWELL WHITING TILTON 

Bom Newport, R. I., Oct. 26, 1878. 

Parents Frederic William Tilton, Ellen Trowbridge. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mildred Bigelow, New York, N. Y., Dec 15, 1906. 

Children Ellen, Sept. 10, 1907; Daphne, Feb. 5, 1909. 

Business Dry goods commission merchant. 

Address (home) 12S East 57th St., New York, N. Y. 

(business) 66 Leonard St., New York, N. Y. 

After graduating from college I spent three years and a 
half working in the Lyman Cotton Mills, at Holyoke, Mass., 
atfer which I came to New York in the employ of Messrs. 
Harding, Whitman and Company. About five years ago this 
firm dissolved and I became a partner in the firm of Harding, 
Tilton and Company, dry goods commission merchants. Mem- 
ber: Harvard Club, Tuxedo Club, Union Club, Merchants' 
Club, Arkwright Club, all of New York. 

FRANCIS CRESWICK TODD 

Bom Boston, Mass., Sept. 1, 1878. 

Parents Frederick William Todd, Julia Kittredge. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; B.TM. (Episcopal TkeologUnl Bchooh 

Cambridge), 1904. 
Business Minister, 

Address (home) 24 Berkeley Ave., Orange, N. J. 

(business) Church of 8t. Andrew, Bouth Orange, 

The year following our graduation I spent in Oxford, 
studying with Rev. Doctors Bright, Moberly, Sanday and 
others. I, also, in the same year, did some travelling on the 
continent, in part with the (then) Rev. Charles B. Plumb, of 
Magdalen College (now Bishop of St. Andrews, Scotland) ; 
and with Mr. Walter Moberly, then' an undergraduate at New 
College. After this year abroad I came back to America and 
matriculated at the Episcopal Theological School in Cam- 
bridge. I spent three years there, graduating in June, 1904, 
and at the same time becoming ordained to the ministry of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church. I have done my work in 
two places. For five years I was assistant-minister of Trinity 
Church, Hartford, Connecticut, in association with the Rev. 
Ernest deF. Miel. During the last six years I have been 
rector of the church of St. Andrew, South Orange, New 
Jersey. This latter parish is strong, compact and well 
equipped, and embraces a body of people, — ^including young 
people, — singularly united and, in the rector's eyes, exem- 
plifying a sincere, simple, useful and progressive Christianity. 
I have thoroughly enjoyed my work. My recreations in odd 
moments are tennis and motoring. In summers I have usual- 
ly gone abroad. I belong to the Harvard Club of New York, 
the Essex County Country Club of West Orange, the New 
England Society and Lawn Tennis Club of Orange, and to a 
circle of ministers in New York known as "Sigma Chi." 

GEORGE ALEXANDER TOWNS 

Bom Albany, Oa., March 5, 1870. 

Parents Luke Towns, Mary Towns. 

School Atlanta University Preparatory Bchool, Atlanta, 

Ga. 

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Years in College 1898-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; AJB. (Atlanta University), 1894; AM. 

(Atlanta University), 1900. 
Married Nellie McNair, Atlanta, Ga., Bept. 17, 1902. 

Children A son, Bept 11, 1909 (died Bept. It, 190S); Helen 

Dorothy, Dec. 6, 1904 (died July 10, 1906); 

Grace, Feb. 10, 1907; George Alexander, Jr., 

Jan. 20, 1909; Myron Bumstead, Oct. 4, 1910. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 2 University Pktce, Atlanta, Cfa. 

(business) Atlanta University, Atlanta, Ga. 

Since leaving college, I have been employed continuously 
as professor of pedagogy in Atlanta University. By degrees 
I have shifted my work so that now it is almost entirely in 
English. My work here is thoroughly interesting and en- 
joyable because I can see results and can know that I am 
doing some good. This is one of the leading colleges for 
negro youth in the South. Its graduates have gone to North- 
ern institutions and stood uniformly well in scholarship. I 
am glad that I have had a hand in preparing a few for 
Harvard where not one has been graduated with less rank 
than cum laude. Member: The Monday Club, The Citizens' 
League, The Atlanta Historical Society. 

ALFRED MARSTON TOZZER 

Bom Lynn, Mass., July 4, 18Tf. 

Parents Bamuel Clarence Tozzer, Caroline Marston. 

School Classical High Bchool, Lynn, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900; AM., 1901; PhJ)., 1904. 

Married Margaret Tenney Castle, New York, N. Y., April 

10, 191S. 
Business Assistant Professor, Harvard University. 

Address (home) Bryant Bt, Cambridge, Mass. 

(business) Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. 

1902-1905, American Fellow of the Archaeological Insti- 
tute of America with four trips of exploration to Central 
America. 1906-1912, Instructor in Anthropology, Harvard ; 
Assistant in Central American Archaeology, Peabody 
Museum. 19051906, lectures before nineteen affiliated 

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societies of the Archaeological Institute in the Eastern and 
Central States. 1908, (summer), travels in Italy, Spain, 
and northern Africa. 1909-1910, (leave of absence from 
Harvard), Director of the Peabody Museum Expedition to 
British Honduras and Guatemala. 1910, (summer), travels 
in Italy and Greece. Prom 1912 Assistant Professor of 
Anthropology at Harvard and Curator of Middle Ameri- 
can Archaeology, Peabody Museum. 1912 (summer), travels 
in Iceland, Spitzbergen, and Norway. 1913, lectures before 
ten afSliated societies of the Archaeological Institute in 
Canada. Talks before various Harvard Clubs in Canada. 

1913, (summer), travels in Norway. 1913-1914, (leave of 
absence from Harvard), Director of the International 
School of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Mexico. 

1914, (summer), travels in Hawaiian Islands and Canadian 
Rockies. I have written : A Comparative Study of the Mayas 
and Lacandones, (MacMillan, 1907), The Ruins of 
Tikal, Guatemala, (Peabody Museum, 1911), The Ruins of 
Nakum, Guatemala, (Peabody Museum, 1913), Numerous 
articles in scientific journals and book-reviews for the 
** Nation." Fellow: American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Knowledge, American Antiquarian Society, Ameri- 
can Ethnological Society, American Anthropological So- 
ciety, Royal Geographical Society, Royal Anthropological 
Institute, Harvard Travellers Club. Member: American 
Folk-Lore Society, Archaeological Institute of America, 
Harvard Qub, Boston ; Colonial Club, Cambridge ; Corres- 
ponding member, Societe des Americanistes, Paris. 

FRED HORTON TRAIN 

Born Athol, Mats., Sept. 4» i^S. 

Parents Elvin Warner Train, Anna Limiie JSToftOfk 

School Athol High School, Athol, MasM. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) IS Adams Bt, Orange, Mass. 

(huHness) S6 Water Bt, Orange, Mass. 

Member of Orange Masonic Bodies. 

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JOHN NEWLIN TRAINER JR. 

Born Thurloto, Pa,, ApHl 8, 1877. 

Parents John Newlin Trainer, Hanmh Booth. 

School De Lancey School, Philadelphia, Pa, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees AJB., 1900. 

Married Caroline Okie Browning, Devon, Pa., AprU, 1906. 

Children Amy Browning, Bept. 29, 1907; John Newlin, Jr., 

July 19, 1909. 
Business Publisher. 

Address (home) 404 West 115th St., New York, N. T. 

(business) S81 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Since the decennial The American Magazine, of which I 
was circulation manager, has consolidated with the Woman's 
Home Companion and Farm and Fireside, and I have become 
assistant manager of the group with a special eye to our 
print-shop in Springfield, Ohio, where we employ 750 people 
and turn out two and a half million magazines a month. I 
am a trustee of my father-in-law's estate and a partner in 
a garage near Philadelphia, both of which add interest to life. 
About the time of decennial reunion I will be moving into 
my new summer house up in the hills of Putnam County, 
fifty miles north of New York, — a play place for my family 
and open house for all my friends. Member : Harvard Club 
^f New York, Lagonda Club of Springfield, Ohio, Country 
Olub of Springfield, Ohio, Efficiency Society. 

RALPH HERMON TUKEY 



Bom 


Windham, Me., May 29, 1876. 


Parents 


Daniel Rogers Tukey, Caroline Webb. 


School 


Nichols Latin School, Lewiston, Me. 


Years in i 


College 1899-1900. 


Degrees 


AM., 1900; AM., 1901; A.B. (Bates College), 1898; 




Ph.D. (Yale University), 1906. 


Married 


Adah M. Tasker, New Bedford, Mass., June 21, 




1912. 


Business 


Teacher. 


Address 


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Oraduate student in classical philology at Harvard, 1900- 
1901; instructor in Latin at Bates, 1901-02; graduate stu- 
dent and assistant in Greek at Yale, 1903-04; iustructor in- 
Greek at Brown, January to June, 1905; travelled in Italy 
and Greece August to December, 1905; graduate student at 
Yale, 1905-06; instructor in Greek and Latin in Hopkins 
Grammar School, New Haven, Conn., 1906-9; professor of 
Greek in "William Jewell College since 1909. 

IRVIN JOHN UHRICH 

Bom Palmyra, Pa., Nov. 19, 1876, 

Parents John Yingat Uhrich, Rebecca ElUsaheth Zimmer- 

mann. 

School Lebanon Valley College, AnnvUle, Pa., and Frank- 

lin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa, 

Years in CoUeg* 1899-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901. 

Married Bertha Eleanor Haytoard, Cambridge, Mats., Sept. 

5, 1905. 

Basinets Teacher. 

Address (home) 2104 Caton Ave., Brooklyn, N. T, 

(business) 29-81 Fifty-fifth St., New York, N. Y. 

1901-1902, head of department of classics, Greensburg High 
School, Greensburg, Pa.; 1902-1904, teacher of Latin and 
Greek, Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 1904-1909, head 
of the department of Latin, Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. 
Y. ; 1909-1915, teacher of Latin and Greek, Browning School, 
New York, N. Y. 

CHARLES MARSHALL UNDERWOOD JR. 

Bom South Dennis, Mass., May k, 1879. 

Parents Charles Marshall Underwood, Margaret Mary 

Agnes McKenna. 
School Dennis South High School, South Dennis, Mass, 

Years in CoUege 1896^900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM., 1901; Ph,D„ 1905. 

Married I^ora Hobart Seymour, Biarritz, France, June 26, 

1907. 

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Children Edward Seymour, Nov. 16, 1909, 

Basinets Teacher. 

Address (home) 40 Prentisa St., Cambridge, Maa$. 

fbutiness) Simmon$ College, Boston, Momb. 

I returned to college in the fall of 1900 and took the A.M. 
in 1901. For the next two years I taught at Dartmouth. 
I taught two years at Harvard and took the Ph.D. in 1905. 
The following year I spent in study at Paris. In 1906-7, I 
was at the University of Cincinnati teaching Romance 
languages. Since then I have been at Simmons College in 
the same capacity. Excepting four trips to Europe and five 
or six to New York, Cape Cod and Newton, I have remained 
quietly in Cambridge. Member: Modem Language Associ- 
ation of America, Harvard Club of Boston. 

FRANK APTHORP VAUGHAN 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., Sept. IS, 1875. 

Parents Charles Everett Vaughan, Elizabeth Fairfield 

WelU. 
School Broume and Nichols School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1894-1897. 
Degrees A.B., 1898; S.B., 1900. 

Married Elizabeth Perry Stevens, Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 

h 1910. 
Children Edward Winslow, July H, 191t. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 1896 East 70th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

(business) Care of Nation<a Carbon Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

[Mr. Vaughan received his S.B. degree with the Class of 
1900, but prefers to be associated with 1898. See 1898 Re- 
port.] 

HENRY PEPPER VAUX 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., June It, 1879. 

Parents Jacob Wain Vaux, Emily Morris Pepper. 

School DeLancey School, Philadelphia, Pa. 

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Years in College 1896-1898, 

Married Frances Alice Cramp, Philadelphia, Pa,, Nov t, 

1907, 
Children Alice, Jan. 22, 1911; Emily Morri$, March 21, 191S. 

Business Financier, 

Address (home) Roaemont, Pa, 

(business) 4S5 Chestnut 8t„ Philadelphia, Pa, 

[Not heard from.] 



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OSWALD VEBLEN 

Decorah, Iowa, June 24, 1880. 

Andrew A, Veblen, Kirsti Vehlen. 

University of Iowa. 

1899-1900. 

A.B., 1900; A.B. (University of Iowa), 1898; Ph.D. 
(University of Chicago), 190S. 

Elizabeth Mary Dixon Richardson, Askem, Eng- 
land, Mny 28, 1908. 

Professor of mathematics. 

Princeton, N. J. 



I have written: Infinitesimal Analysis (in collaboration 
with N. J. Lennes), (Wiley and Sons, 1907), Projective 
Geometry (in collaboration with J. M. Young) (Ginn and 
Co., 1910). [Mr. Veblen adds nothing further to his previous 
report.] 

HERBERT ADDINGTON WADLEIGH 

Bom Boston, Mass., Aug. SI, 1876. 

Parents Albert Addington Wadleigh, Caroline Enna Bar- 

ton. 

School Boston Latin School, Boston Mass., and Hildreth*s 

Private School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Marrie4 Cora Louise Morgan, Spencer, Iowa, Aug. 25, 1909. 

Children Herbert Morgan, Oct. 9, 1910; Ruth Louise, Feb. 1, 

1914. 

Business Banker. 

Address (home) 9 Hillside Ave., Winchester, Mass. 

(business) 4 Post Office Square, Boston, Mass. 

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After graduating in 1900 I attended the Harvard Law 
School for a year and a quarter, leaving there because of ill 
health. I went immediately into the country where I re- 
mained the greater part of a year. Returning to Boston I 
went into the stock-brokerage business, but after four months 
changed to the bond business in which occupation I have since 
remained. Business takes most of my time and I enjoy it 
quite as well as anything I have done, college studies, athlet- 
ics, etc., included. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Har- 
vard Varsity Club, Cambridge. 

FREDERICK GORDON WAIDE 

Born London, OntariOy Can,, Nov. 5, 1875, 

Parents Alexander Waide, Mary Russell, 

School London Collegiate Institute, London, Ontario, 

Can, 

Years in CoUege 1899-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900 (190S); B,A, (Western University, Lon- 

don), 1899; PdM, (New York University), 190$; 
Pd,D. (New York University), 1911, 

Married Lolla Elizabeth Judge, Tyler, Texas, 1910, 

Children Margaret Elizabeth, July 11, 1911. 

Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 192 West 12th St., Holland, Mich, 

(business) Hope College, Holland, Mich. 

Since leaving New York University in 1907 I have been 
engaged in teaching — seven years in a normal school — and 
am now in charge of the department of education in Hope 
College, Holland, Michigan. 

WALTER GUSTAVUS WAITT 

Born Boston, Mass,, March 17, 1877. 

Parents John Morrill Waitt, Carrie Bhaw. 

School English High School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B„ 1900. 

Married Edith Maude Comstoch, Boston, Mass., June 25, 

190S. 

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Children Doris Ida, March 7, 1909. 

Basinets Assistant factory manager. 

Address (home) 122SB Olijton Boulevard, Lakeioood, Ohio^ 

(business) National Carbon Co., Cleveland, Ohio^ 

Having specialized in chemistry in college, I naturally 
followed this line for bread and butter. For the first six 
months after leaving college I was one of the chemists in 
the Massachusetts State Board of Health Water Laboratory. 
Routine and apparent lack of future made me drop this to 
take charge in 1901 of analytical laboratory of Little and 
Walker, chemical engineers of Boston. Left them in 1902, 
to take position as chemist with National Carbon Co. of Cleve- 
land. In 1903 I was made assistant superintendent of the 
Cleveland factory of National Carbon Co. In 1904 was trans- 
ferred to the Fremont, Ohio, plant of the National Carbon 
Co., to help change it to a dry-battery factory; and in the 
past ten years have helped develop the largest dry-battery 
factory in the world. While in Fremont I helped develop a 
chamber of commerce, serving as its vice-president and presi- 
dent. In the spring of 1913, Fremont, like many Ohio cities, 
had a terrible flood, and I served as chairman of the relief 
committee, in charge of the rescue, feeding, housing, dis- 
tributing and rehabilitation work, which such disasters bring 
about. In 1914 I was made assistant factory manager of the 
National Carbon Co., and transferred from Fremont to Cleve- 
land, Ohio, to help in the problems of the various plants of the 
company. Hope any 1900 friends will look me up whenever 
they come to Cleveland ; latchstring is always out. Member : 
Harvard Club of Cleveland, Harvard Engineering Society, 
Harvard Carbon Club, American Chemical Society, local 
section American Institute Electrical Engineers, Masons, 
Fremont, Ohio, Commandery, Fremont Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

HENRY WHITNEY WALLACE 

Bom Wheeling, W. Ya., Nov., 1876. 

Parents Spaulding Kent Wallace, Carrie Cunningham 

Woodward. 
School Lindsly Institute, Wheeling, W. Ya. 

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CliASS OF 1900— POUBTH BePOBT 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Basinets Draftsman. 

Address 55S 72d Ave., West Allis, WU. 

On January 1, 1901, I started as surveyor for the National 
Steel Co., of Mingo Junction, Ohio, which position I held for 
about six months and was then transferred to the drafting 
room, where I worked until May 1, 1902. June 1, 1902, I 
started with the Biter Conley Manufacturing Co. of Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., and worked in their drafting room until Janu- 
ary 1, 1903. On January 26, 1903, I went to work for the 
Tennessee Coal, Iron and R. B. Co. at Ensley, Alabama, 
leaving at the end of four months to work for the Woodward 
Iron Co. of "Woodward, Alabama. After two years I re- 
turned to the Tennessee Co. where I was employed for four 
years. After a year and a half more of unvaried unsuccess in 
Alabama, I pulled out for Seattle, where I had another year 
and a half of the same, and concluded to try a change of 
venue, and came to Milwaukee. The ** venue" didn't seem to 
want to change, however, and I have been here ever since, 
due partly to the fact that I can't get away. Member : Ensley 
Lodge No. 560, A. P. and A. M. 

GEORGE WELD WALTER 

Bom Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 2t, 1877. 

Parents Franklin Walter, Susan Minot Weld. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in CoUcge 1896-1898. 

Business Retired. 

Address 96 High St, Brookline, Mass. 

[Not heard from.] 

Cbarles XKIlbftnep XQlard 

Bom Boston, Mass., April 10, 1876. 

Parents Charles WHliam Mills Ward, Martha Ann Whitney. 

School Tutor, Boston, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Died March S, 1905. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 
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Derbert E&flar XKAarb 

Born Newark, N. /., Sept. 9, 1877. 

Parents Leslie Dodd Wmd, Minnie Perry. 

School Bt, George's School, Summit, N. J. 

Years in CoUege 1896^1897. 
Died Feb. 27, 1905. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



HOLCOMBE WARD 

Bom New York, N. Y., Nov. 2S, 1878. 

Parents Robert Ward, Mary Elizabeth Snedekor. 

School D. M. 8., Orange, N. J., and Bt. MarVs Bchool, 

Bouthboro, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Louise Palen Conway, Bouth Orange, N. J., April 

16, 1906. 
Children Helen Louise, Jan. 20, 1907; Elizabeth Everett, 

Oct. 29. 1909. 
Business Merchant. 

Address (home) 282 Melrose Place, Bouth Orange, N, J. 

(business) 79-81 Worth St., New York, N. Y. 

Since 1901 I have been a member of firm of French and 
Ward, woolen mills, 79-81 Worth Street, New York City. 
Member: Harvard Club of New York, Wool Club of New 
York, Orange Lawn Tennis Club. 



E&win Clifton XWlatren 

Bom Bomerville, Mass., Nov, 28, 1876. 

Parents Calvin Edwin Warren, Emma Frances Briggs. 

School Everett High Bchool, Everett, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Died Dec. 25, 1896. 

[See obituary in Second Report.] 
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LEICESTER WARREN 

Bom Cambridge, Ma$$,, April 11, 1877. 

Parents Oeorge Kendall Warren, Mary Ann OaidweTL 

School High School, Cambridge, Mas$. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900. 

Married Anna Chfarlotte Holden, Squirrel Uland, Me., JiUy 

18, 19U. 
Business Manufacturer. 

Address (home) 8S St. James Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

(business) Strathmore Paper Co., Mittineague, 

Mass. 

I am still connected with the Mittineague Paper Co., which, 
since the last report, has consolidated with the Woronoco 
Paper Co., under the name of the Strathmore Paper Co. 
Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Varsity Club, 
Connecticut Valley Harvard Club, Springfield Country Club. 

JACOB WARSHAW 

Bom London, England, Dec f^, 1878. 

Parents Louis WarsfMW, Sophia Burston. 

School Quincy High School, Quincy, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (University of North Caroliwa), 

1902; Ph. D. (University of Missouri), 1912. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 11 Bedford St., Quincy, Mass. 

(business) 721 Missouri Ave., Columbia, Mo. 

I have taught at North Carolina University, in Porto Rico, 
and at the University of Missouri. I have managed the 
business of a sugar Central, run a Playground Congress for 
the National Association, dabbled in newspaper work, and 
investigated conditions in the silk, leather, woollen, and 
glove industries for the United States Immigration Com- 
mission. In connection with my literary work I have dis- 
covered a nigger in the woodpile in the age of Louis XTV. in 
the shape of a complex hoax hitherto unsuspected. I have 
voted for woman-suffrage, and stand for state-control of 

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physicians and lawyers, the short ballot, higher salaries for 
teachers, a benevolent depotism, the elimination of the 
words ** criminal'' and ** charity," the provision of respect- 
able work for all by the state, the Direct Method, vocational 
advisers, and the principle of **do as you like and let others 
do likewise so long as nobody else is hurt thereby." I have 
travelled over a goodly portion of our country, and have so- 
journed in Canada, England, Prance, Cuba, Porto Rico, and 
South America. My present position is that of assistant 
professor of Romance languages at the University of Mis- 
souri. I have served on various committees here and in the 
Modern Language Association of Missouri, and have been 
honored with one oflSce of trust which cose me $3.68 in cold 
cash and much perturbation of mind before I was relieved 
of it. I have written: Geography Primer, joint author 
with Coruman and Grcrson, (Hinds, Noble and Eldredge, 
Philadelphia, 1907), Matthew Arnold and Siinte-Beuve 
(Modem Language Notes, XXV., 1910), The Case of 
Somaize, (Modern Language Notes, XXVlll., 1913), The 
Identity of Somaize, (Modern Language Notes, XXIX., 
1914). Member: Harvard Club of Columbia, Missouri; 
Columbia Club of Columbia, Missouri; University Golf Club 
of Columbia, Missouri; Modem Language Association of 
America, Missouri State Teachers' Association. 

ARTHUR LEVERETT WASHBURN 

Bom Worcester, Mass,, May 27, 1877, 

Parents Charles Francis Washburn, Mary Elizabeth 

Whiton. 
School Worcester Classical High School, Worcester, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900, 
Degrees A,B,, 1900; B,D. (Episcopal Theological Bchooh 

Cambridge), 1908. 
Basinets Minister, 

Address University Club, Providence, R. I. 

After graduation, I entered the Episcopal Theological 
School in Cambridge and received the degree of B.D. in 

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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

June, 1903. On May 17, 1903, I was ordered deacon by the 
Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, D.D., Bishop of Massachusetts. 
In June of that year I became curate of the Church of the 
Saviour and of Calvary Church, Providence, R. I. I was 
ordained priest by the Rt. Rev. William N. McVickar, D.D., 
on February 22, 1904. In that year I became rector of the 
Church of the Saviour, Providence. In April, 1911, I went 
abroad for six months. I was in the British Isles, France, 
Holland, the Tyrol and Italy. I was abroad again for a 
short visit in the summer of 1913. In May, 1912, the two 
parishes of the Church of the Saviour and Calvary Church 
were united and I became rector of Calvary Church, which 
office I now hold. Member: Harvard Club of Boston; Hope 
Club, Providence; University Club, Providence; Agawam 
Hunt Club, Providence. 

FRANK DeWITT WASHBURN 

Bom Taunton, Mass,, Aug. 6, 1S75. 

Parents Frank B, Waihbum, Estelle Harnden. 

School Taunton High School, Taunton, Mass. 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Olive Ely Allen, Worcester, Mnss., July 10, 1901. 

Children Edith Olive, Aug. 26, 1905; Frank DeWitt, Nov. 

22, 1906; Rosemary, Dec. 9, 1914. 
Business Treasurer. 

Address (home) 20 Spring Hill Terrace, SomervUle, Mass, 

(business) 81 Haverhill St., Boston, Mass, 

1900-03, librarian Department of Architecture, Harvard 
University; 1903-06, curator of the fine arts, Boston Public 
Library; 1906-10, professor of fine arts, University of Iowa; 
1910, professor of fine arts (summer session), University of 
Michigan ; 1908-15, treasurer Johnson-Washburn Co., Boston, 



ASA DUPUY WATKINS 

Born Prince Edward County, Va., March H, 187S. 

Parents Richard Henry Watkins, Mary Purnell Dupuy. 

School Hampden-Sidney College. 

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Years in College 1899-1900, 

Degrees A.B., 1900; AM. (HampderirBidney College), 1894r 

B.D, (Union Theological Seminary), 1909. 
Business Minister. 

Address ^20 North Church St., Bpartanlmrg, S. C. 

[Not heard from.] 

JAMES OTIS WATSON 

Bom Fairmont, W. Ya., March 25, 1875. 

Parents Sylvanua Lamb Watson, Jane L. Fleming. 

School State University, Morgantown, W. Ya. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Ella Brandon Bartlett, Monougal, W. Ya., June 4, 

1902. 
Children Elinor Bartlett, May 20, 190S; Mary, March 10, 

1905; James Otis, June 11, 1906; Bartlett, Feb. 

10, 1910. 
Business Railway manager. 

Address Fairmont, W. Ya. 

It is hardly possible to realize that the 1915 circular for 
class history is due, though already quite interesting to look 
back to 1905, the first report, and see that at that time we 
had one wife, one child, and had spent two years on a west- 
ern ranch hunting and enjoying the open. Also that our 
time was then occupied with a little work and some traveL 
Looking to 1910, we see again one wife, three children, prac- 
tically no mention of hunting or travel, and an association 
in the capacity of general manager of a traction and light- 
ing company. Passing on to 1915, we find one (the same) 
wife, four children, and the rather necessary continued con- 
nection (vice-president) with the traction company and 
president of a natural gas company. We find practically 
no travel in travel sense, but much going to Baltimore where 
the main offices of the corporations are located. Again,, 
speaking personally, we find work in public service corpora- 
tions moat interesting, though much of it trying and unsatis- 
factory. We maintain the fondness for simple life, living on 
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•cient to house the entire family. With the sincere approval 
of Mrs. Watson, we believe this life the very best not only for 
boys with Harvard ambition, but for parents with Harvard 
recollection. There may be larger and better corporations, 
but we doubt the existence in this modern day of larger and 
better families than ours at **Fort Hill,'' an old Indian fort 
where the farm is situated. The fact that 1915 has come is 
attested by the size of the children and by the writer having 
given up tennis for golf some two years since. It will be of 
considerable interest (to the writer) to observe, when the 
next report is due, what progress has been made with the 
corporations, family and golf. Having attended Harvard but 
a part of one year, I do not feel entitled to continued recog- 
nition in the class records, and believe it quite consistent for 
the compilers to eliminate this sheet. Member: Maryland 
Club, Kennels Club, Yacht Club, all of Baltimore; Pittsburgh 
Athletic Association of Pittsburgh; Fort Henry Club of 
Wheeling; Country Club of Fairmont. 

RALPH HOPKINS WATSON 

Bom Hurvey, Neto Brunswick, Canada, Jan, 7, 1878, 

Parents Frederic William Watson, Bara Jane Hopkins, 

School Medway High School, Medway, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees 8.B,. 1900. 

Business Manufacturer, 

Address (home) 902 8th Ave,, Munhall, Pa, 

(business) Carnegie Steel Co,, Munhall, Pa, 

Most of the time since leaving college I have spent in 
Pittsburgh in the steel business at the Homestead Works of 
the Carnegie Steel Company. Last fall I had the opportunity 
of going out to India in an advisory capacity for the Tata 
Iron and Steel Company, a company operated by Indian 
<»apitalists, in the manufacture of rails and other steel pro- 
ducts in India. The experience of applying American 
methods to a steel plant put down in the midst of an Indian 
jungle, and only twenty degrees north of the equator, was 

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novel for me and extremely interesting. I managed to 
escape the penalty, however, of one **who tried to hustle 
the East/' I was able to see many of the interesting points 
in India and came home by way of China and Japan. I am 
at present assistant general superintendent of the Home- 
stead Steel Works. Member: University Club, Oakmont 
Country Club. 

IRA GILBERT WEBSTER 

Born New AlJHiny, Ind., March 24, 1878. 

Parents Alexander Wehater, Sarah Smith, 

School \ New Albany High School, New Albany, Ind. 

Years in College 1896^1898; 1899-1900. 
Business Civil engineer. 

[Not heard from.] 



HAMILTON WILSON WELCH 

Bom Brookline, Mass., Nov. 22, 1876. 

Parents Francis Welch, Jane Marriott Wilson. 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass., and Insti- 

tution Sillig, Vevey, Switzerland. 
Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Married Georgietta Watson, Boston, Mass., Nov. 2, 1904. 

Children Edward Holker, March 22, 1906. 

Business With Stone and Webster Management Assodor 

tion. 
Address (home) Sdtuate Centre, Mass, 

(business) 141 Milk St,, Boston, Mass. 

With Hayden, Stone and Co., brokers, 1900-1901; At- 
tended Bussey Institution, 1901-1903 ; With Ernest W. Bow- 
ditch, landscape gardeners, 1903-1905; With Stone and 
Webster, Boston, Mass., 1906 to date. Member: Harvard 
Club of Boston. 

CHARLES FREDERIC WELLINGTON 

Born Swansea, Mass,, Dec, 4^ 1877, 

Parents Arthur Wellesley Wellington, Nellie Read Mason. 

School B. M, C. Durfee High School, Fall River, Mass. 

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Class op 1900 — ^Fourth Report 

Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Editor. 

Address (home) 90 Huntington Ave., Boston, Ma$8. 

(hti9ine88) 5S0 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Ma9$. 

In the summer of 1900 I became the Swansea, Mass., corre- 
spondent for the Fall River, Mass., Evening News, and a few 
months later for the Providence Journal, and continued work 
for those papers until December 22, 1913, with the exception 
of a short time when I was employed in New York. About 
the time when school was to begin, a friend of mine thrust 
upon me the opportunity, which I did not specially desire, of 
teaching in a country school at Swansea. I took the position, 
and in some ways enjoyed it, but as it was in general dis- 
tasteful, I resigned about January 1, 1901. My whole time 
was then devoted to newspaper work until the spring of 1901, 
when I became time-keeper for the Old Colony Street Rail- 
way on a section of new road which was being built between 
Providence and Fall River. In September, 1901, I became 
secretary to the principal of the B. M. C. Durfee High School, 
Fall River, Mass. Remaining there until September, 1906, I 
resigned to go into magazine subscription work for the 
Success Company of New York, but lived at home. About 
January 1, 1909, I was offered a position in the ofllce of the 
company in New York. Circumstances compelled me to re- 
turn to Swansea in April of the same year. As a man was 
needed at the High School at Fall River, I returned to a 
position similar to the one I had before and stayed there until 
December 22, 1913. During this time since leaving college, 
I published in my spare time special articles for several 
newspapers, including a number of Sunday stories, illus- 
trated. The ** lighter vein'' tempted me considerably and 
contributions included one in verse, printed by **The Editor," 
a journal devoted to the interests of literary workers. While 
living in Swansea I **was persuaded" to become a candidate 
for school committee. I did so, but was defeated and again 
a second time with the same result. In March, 1911, my 
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remained a member for the three years' term, until March,, 
1914, and was secretary of the board for one year. Before I 
was a candidate for school committee I served as secretary 
of a committee to investigate the schools of Swansea. For 
a number of years I have been and am at the present time 
a trustee of the Swansea Public Library, and for a few years 
have been a member of the Republican town committee of 
Swansea. In the latter part of 1913, I was oflfered a position 
with Frank P. Bennett and Co., Inc., of Boston, publishers 
of the ** American Wool and Cotton Reporter" and the 
** United States Investor,'* which I accepted, beginning my 
work December 22, 1913. My duties are now entirely with the 
Reporter, are both editorial and reportorial, and also have 
considerable to do with the ** make-up" of the paper. At 
the present time the fact that I am ** export editor," having 
special charge of the South American portion of the Re- 
porter, published in Spanish and Portuguese, may be of 
interest. Member: Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club 
of Fall River, Churchmen's Club of Rhode Island, King 
Philip Lodge of Fall River, A. F. and A. M., Swansea Grange, 
No. 148, P. of H., Boston Y. M. C. A., El Club Sarmiento, 
Wannamoisset Fox Hunters' Club. 

STANWOOD GRAY WELLINGTON 

Born Roxhury, Mnsa., June 10, 1879. 

Parents William Henry Wellington, Florena Gray, 

School Roxbury Latin School, Roxhury, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; LL.B., 1904. 

Married Alice Hamlin Baker, Santa Barbara, Cat, Aprif 

26, 1906. 
Children Ruth Baker, Dec. 13, 1910; William Stanwoody 

Aug. SO, 1912. 
Business Dry goods commission merchant. 

Address (home) 79 Crafts Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

(business) 9S Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

I entered the Harvard Law School in September, 1900, 
and was graduated with the degree of LL.B. in June, 1904. 

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I was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in August, 1904, 
and for two years was in the ofSce of Hale and Grinnell, 60 
State Street, Boston, practising law on my own account, and 
also doing work for them. In October, 1906, I went into the 
<;otton goods commission business, where I have found my 
knowledge of the law of the greatest use and value. I am 
now a member of the firm of Wellington, Sears and Company, 
<3otton goods commission merchants, and am also an officer 
or director of several of the cotton mills for which our firm 
acts as selling agents. I am also a director of the State 
Street Trust Company of Boston. I have not had much 
opportunity for travelling abroad since leaving college, and 
with the exception of a summer vacation trip to Europe in 
1902, and a short trip to Bermuda a year ago, my travels 
have been confined to the United States and Canada. Mem- 
ber : Harvard Club of Boston, Harvard Club of New York, 
University Club of Boston, Boston City Club, Longwood 
Cricket Club, Boston Bar Association, American Political 
Science Association. 



JAMES OGDEN WELLS 

Bom St Joseph, Mich., Nov. 10, 1876. 

Parents Ahel Waters Wells, Melvina Burpee Oates. 

School Bt. Joseph High School, 8t. Joseph, Mich. 

Years in College 1896-1901. 

Degrees S.B., 1900 (1901). 

Married Fanny Basch, Chicago, III., Nov. 28, 1906. 

Children George Gates, March U, 1909; Marion L<mi#e, 

Nov. 28, 1911. 
Business Manufacturer of hosiery. 

Address (home) 61S Lake Boulevard, Bt. Joseph, Midh. 

(business) SOO Broad Bt., Bt. Joseph, Mich. 

Since leaving college I have been continuously engaged 
in the hosiery business with the firm of Cooper, WeUs and 
Co. I started in the mill in 1901. Was elected vice-presi- 
dent in 1907 and president and general manager in 1913. 
Also organized the Crystal Springs Manufacturing Co. of 
Crystal Springs, Mississippi, this year, of which firm I am 

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secretary and treasurer. Have been alderman of the first 
ward of the city of St. Joseph for the past two years, and 
have just been elected mayor. I am director of the Union 
Banking Co. of this city; also of Wells, Higman Co. Mem- 
ber: Harvard Club of New York, University dub of 
Chicago, Manufacturers Club of Philadelphia. 

EDWARD CORYDON WHEELER JR. 

Bom Boston, Mass,, Oct. 9, 1877, 

Parents Edward Corydon Wheeler, Clara Belle Huntoon. 

School Boston Latin Schooh Boston, Mass., and Milton 

Academy, Milton, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1900. 
Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Mary Belcher Adams, Boston, fiass., Nov. 4, 1910. 

Children Edward Adams, July 19, ihl; daughter (not 

named as yet), March 24, 1915. 
Business Banker. 

Address (home) 17 West Cedar Bt., Boston, Mass. 

(business) N. W. Harris and Co., Inc., Boston, 

Mass. 

After leaving college I entered the manufacturing business 
with my father, where I remained for one year. In the fall 
of 1901 I entered the Boston office of N. W. Harris and Co. 
After several years spent in the banking department, I was 
given an opportunity to travel for four or five years in New 
England and Canada. Two years ago, after an operation 
for appendicitis, I took a trip to South America, and shortly 
after my return I was admitted to the firm of N. W. Harris 
and Co., Inc. Member: The Country Club, Essex County 
Club, Longwood Cricket Club, Union Boat Club, Harvard 
Club of Boston, Harvard Musical Association, Exchange 
Club. 

ERNEST EDWARD WHEELER 

Bom Revere, Mass., Dec. 18, 1875. 

Parents Thomas Heher Wheeler, Ellen ElUsaheth Hyde. 

School Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A^., 1900; LL.B. (Columbia), 1909. 

Busiiiess Latoyer. 

Address (home) **Olenheim*\ North Broadway, Tonker$, 

N.Y. 
(business) 2 Rector St., New York, N. 7. 

On graduating from Columbia Law School in 1903 I 
entered the office of Messrs. Bowers and Sands at 31 Nassau 
Street, New York City, where I remained until February, 
1907, when I formed a partnership with Manfred W. Ehrich, 
Yale, '98, for the practice of law under the firm name of 
Ehrich and Wheeler. We opened our offices at 42 Broadway, 
and in March, 1909, removed them to 2 Rector Street, where 
we are now practising under the same firm name. I am a 
trustee of Worcester Academy, a member of the board of 
managers of the Seaman's Institute, and a member of the 
State Board of Commissioners for Licensing Sailors' Board- 
ing Houses. 

Caleb IDatt Dusatt HOlbitbecft 

Born Rochester, N. 7., Nov. 28, 1877. 

School 8t. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1899, 
Died Feb. 27, 19U. 

In 1901 Caleb Van Husan Whitbeck purchased the con- 
trolling interest in the Evening Record, Hackensack, N. J., 
and continued as its editor and as president of the Evening 
Record Publishing Company until his death on February 
27, 1914. He was a member of the State Excise Commission 
and the State Pension Board, and was active in Republican 
politics. 

CHARLES STEVENS WHITE 

Born New York, N. 7., Sept. 10, 1876. 

Parents James Watson White, Lydia White Stevens. 

School Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. 7. 

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Years in College 1895-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Eloise Van der Veer, Amsterdam, N. T., Jan. 7, 

1902. 
Children ^elia Van der Veer, Sept. 29, 1902; EloUe, Aug. 

1, 1905; Lydia Stevens, May 9, 1910. 
Business Dry goods commission merchant. 

Address (home) 222 Nyac Ave., Pelham, N. T. 

(business) 79 Worth St., New York, N. Y. 

[Mr. White adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



JAMES PLATT WHITE 

Bom Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1878. 

Parents James Penfleld White, Mary Anna Dobbins. 

School Nichols School, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Business Real estate holder; writer. 

Address (home) ^01 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

(business) 815 White Building, Buffalo, N. Y. 

The ** story of my life" since I dropped the narrative in 
the third report, is the simple tale of a workman sticking 
closely to his last and trying to do each day's **job'' as it 
•comes to him. I am still at work on the book on **The Art 
of the Theatre Manager/' of which I spoke in the last re- 
port. Since the beginning of 1911, however, the foreground 
of my writing has again been occupied by the ** Critical 
Biography of Sir Arthur Pinero," which I originally wrote 
between 1902 and 1906, and of which I also spoke at the 
time of the decennial. I found that by means ot several 
of Sir Arthur's early plays which had been published in the 
meanwhile, I was able greatly to extend my treatment of 
tis apprenticeship, and as I hope, to show more cleurly 
how both his virtues and defects in his mature work 
are qualities naturally derived from his first work. I have 
also been revising the main part of the book, and have been 
-adding an ** epilogue" dealing with Sir Arthur's plays since 
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since the winter of 1910 a three-act tragedy of modem New 
York life, on the active composition of which I hope to enter 
as soon as I shall have been able to finish my two critical 
books. Since January, 1909, I have also been much interest- 
ed in the movement toward the creation of theatres of art in 
America through which, in spite of the crudities of so much 
of our theatrical life, the United States is holding its own 
in the great dramatic renaissance of our time ; to the service 
of that movement, in fact, my life has largely been given 
over during these last six years. Prom January to May, 
1909, 1 put aside practically entirely my other work for that 
purpose, and since that last date, though I have never been 
so exclusively absorbed by this work, I have also given the 
calls of the movement precedence over my own books. This 
has, very naturally, greatly delayed, as I fully realize, the 
completion of my books. I think I can safely say, in fact, 
that but for these demands, I should almost certainly have 
completed my **Pinero," and very probably, **The Art of 
the Theatre-Manager'' as well. I have been much interested 
these last years, also, in the development of amateur per- 
formances in Buffalo, and in an attempt to include within 
the scope of such productions plays of artistic importance 
for which the regular American stage has no place. This 
work has come to me as a member of the Studio Club. I 
first realized the possibilities of a development of some 
value along this line in Buffalo when that club brought out 
in the spring of 1911 two plays of far from artistic import- 
ance, **A Wayside Comedy," and **The Emancipated,*' 
which I wrote, and which were published in **The Harvard 
Monthly" during the year that I was in the Graduate 
School. In spite of the jejune theatricalities, which made 
me feel, while I was staging the plays, that I was mounting 
work by a dead man whom I had once known intimately^ 
the persistence, the skill, and the disinterestedness which the 
actors and the scenic artists brought to their tasks made 
me feel that the club might successfully undertake work 
of far greater significance. In the autumn of 1912 I had 
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mann's **Peace on Earth!*' (**Da8 Friedensfest"), which 
was our contribution toward the world-wide celebration of 
the great German dramatist's fiftieth birthday. The club 
is now planning for April, 1915, the production, again for 
the first time in Buffalo, of John Galworthy's *' Joy,'' and if I 
shall be free, I shall stage-manage the performance. This 
work, likewise, has no doubt delayed the completion of my 
books; but it also I feel to be far more important than any- 
thing I could write. We are tr3dng to do for Buffalo in a 
modest way, something of the same work that the Little 
Theatre does for Chicago, and the Toy Theatre for Boston. 
Since November, 1913, I have been largely absorbed by 
certain problems in connection with the management of my 
share of my family's holdings of Buffalo real estate. I have 
led during this last year, in fact, far more the life of a 
regular American business man than I suspect many of my 
classmates will find credible. I cannot in the least tell how 
long into the future these demands will continue; I hope, 
however, that with the commencement of 1915, I may find 
myself able again to devote the larger part of my time to 
the interests which compose my real life. The only ** artis- 
tic" interest which has occupied any large share of my time 
this last year has been my struggle, first against the estab- 
lishment, and then against the growth of the Buffalo Centre 
of the Drama League of America. And this struggle has 
implied my discovery that I could, if necessary, speak with- 
out notes, or even quite extemporaneously, — a fact which 
I had never believed. I had long considered the Drama 
League of America as the most malignant theatrical force 
in the country, since, though averring that it promoted 
dramatic art, it tolerates, and indeed champions plays of a 
nature and a quality which would not be tolerated by any 
organization with the same averral in the call of any other 
art. I had long wished that I might do something to 
hamper the growth of the league. When the establishment 
of a Buffalo Centre was mooted in the spring of 1914, more- 
over, I regarded that fact as an invasion of my own ** back- 
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I spoke several times in opposition to the league that spring. 
This struggle also stands very close to my heart, and I shaU 
continue to employ in it every resource. Two addresses 
which I had the honor of delivering before the Buffalo 
Association of English Teachers on May 25 and October 26, 
1914, on **The necessity of an Artistic Standard in the Ameri- 
can Theatre," and *'The Theatrical Cultivation of American 
Democracy," were connected with this struggle, though the 
Drama League was not mentioned, in so far as in them, 
also, I declared my belief in the assertion and maintenance 
in the drama of a standard quite as pure and as rigorous 
as in any other art and that the theatrical cultivation which 
is engendered by such a standard is not limited to any smaU 
group but is a trait of a '' remnant" drawn from all social 
segments. I am looking forward with pleasure, also, to my 
service on the committee which has been requested by the 
Otto-Ulbrich Co. of Buffalo to co-operate with it in the main- 
tenance of a table in its bookstore for new books of high 
quality. There are about twenty members of the committee, 
and no book is placed on the table without the endorsement 
of at least two members of the committee. Mr. Grauer, the 
secretary of the Otto-Ulbrich Co., tells me that, so far as 
he knows, this experiment has had no predecessor in 
America. I have written : The Dramas of M. Paul Hervieu, 
<**Poet Lore" for July, 1903, and spring, 1904), The Organ- 
ization of a Theatre, (Address delivered before the Ameri- 
can Drama Society at Boston on January 18, 1912 ; published 
in **Poet Lore" for autumn, 1912, under the misnomer of 
'*The Civic Theatre"). Member: Studio, Chromatic, 
Saturn, University, and Harvard Clubs of Buffalo ; Harvard 
Club of Boston; Harvard Club of New York; The Board of 
Managers of the Bach Choir Association of Bethlehem, 
Penn.; The Public School League of Buffalo, The Buffalo 
Pine Arts Academy, The Friends of The Albright Art 
Gallery, The Society of Friends of The Fogg Art Museum, 
The Buffalo Society of The Archaeological Institute of 
America, The Buffalo Society of Artists, The Buffalo Guild 
of Allied Arts, The Charity Organization Society of Buffalo, 

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The Buflfalo Association for the Relief and Control of 
Tuberculosis, The Consumers League of Buffalo, The Buffalo 
Civil Service Reform Association. 



ROBERT RUDD WHITING 

Born New York, N. T., Bept. 16, 1877. 

Parents Newton Francis Whiting, Kntharine Rudd. 

School Phillipa Academy, Andover, MasM. 

Years in College 1896-1891, 

Married Agnes Campbell Kempater, Stamford, Conn,, Sept. 

3, 1902, 
Children Robert Rudd, Jr., May 21, 190S; Francis, June 29, 

190^. 
Business Editor, author. 

Address (home) Rye, N. T. 

(business) Ainslee's, 79 7th Ave., New York, N. Y. 

After leaving Harvard at the end of the freshman year I 
went to Princeton for two years. I was on the staff of the 
'*New York Sun*' from 1899 to 1904, first as a reporter, later 
JiS editor of a humorous department in **The Sunday Sun,*' 
to which I contributed verse, prose and pictures. In 1904 I 
went to Princeton to live and for the next six or seven years 
wrote magazine fiction. Also, for four years, I edited the 
Anecdote department in ** Everybody's Magazine." The 
nearest I have come to holding an office of honor was in 1909, 
when I ran for mayor of Princeton on the Democratic ticket. 
The town was barely saved by the colored vote. I have been 
the editor of **Ainslee's" since March, 1911. I have written: 
Baseball Stories (Ogilvie, 1902), A Ball of Yam (Paul Elder, 
1907), 400 Good Stories (Doubleday, Page, 1910), The Judg- 
ment of Jane (Moffat, Yard and Co., scheduled for early in 
1915.) I have contributed to Ainslee's, Everybody's, Smart 
Set, Forum, Popular Monthly, Associated Sunday Magazines, 
Pearson's, Smith's, The Designer, etc. Member: University 
Cottage Club of Princeton, Nassau Club of Princeton, Prince- 
ton Club of New York, The Players, New York. 

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PARKER WHITNEY 

Born Manchester, Eng,, July 12, 1878. 

Parents Joel Parker Whitney, Lucy Ann Ohadwich. 

School Bt. PauVa Bchool, Concord, N. H. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Married Ahby Josephine Parrott, Ban Franciioo, Oal., Jan. 

19, 190$. 
Children Louis Parker, Nov. 10, 1904; yincent Parrott, Jan. 

22, 1906. 
Business Farmer. 

Address (home) Rocklin, Placer County, Col. 

(business) Whitney Building, Ban Francisco, Cat 

[Not heard from.] ^ 



TRAVIS HARVARD WHITNEY 



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Parents 

School 

Years in College 
Degrees 
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Children 

Business 
Address 



Oentryville, Ind., June 22, 1876. 

Thomas J. Whitney, Mary Jane Btrauss. 

Public High Bchool, CHrard, Kan., and Baker Uni- 
versity, BalduHn, Kan, 

1896-1900. 

LL.B., 190S. 

Rosalie Loexo, New York, N. T., July 2, 190S. 

Travis Harvard, Jan. 29, 1905; John Loew, Nov. 16^ 
1906; William Thomas, Bept. 14, 1908. 

Lawyer. 

(home) 177 Woodruff Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(business) 154 Nassau Bt., New York, N. Y, 



Assistant secretary and legislative representative of the 
Citizens Union, a non-partisan municipal organization, at the 
annual sessions of the legislature, and worked for it during 
the municipal campaigns from 1903 to 1907. July 2, 1907, 
I was appointed secretary to the Public Service Commission 
for the First District under a law secured by (Jovemor 
Hughes. I still remain as secretary although the membership 
of the commission has changed entirely. I might here set 
forth the work and problems of the P. S. C. but I've done 

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it better in print, (copies available upon application). In 
other words, there is little personal history in the record of 
one long hard job. It's merely work day by day, though I 
must confess that had I the time, I could make a diary which 
hereafter might be of a very readable nature; for the settle- 
ment of important problems always has interesting and 
human elements. I can't enumerate what I've written. I 
can only say that I get out an annual report in three volumes, 
"Proceedings" in one, ** Opinions" in one, and edit a 
monthly magazine for the commission. Finally I wish fellows 
coming to New York would let me show them the very won- 
derful construction work — subway and elevated — now being 
carried on by the commission. Member: Harvard Club of 
New York, Republican Club. 

ROSS KITTREDGE WHITON 

Born Quincy, Masa.y Nov, 26, 1878. 

Parenti Joseph Lincoln Whiton, Mary Ann Litchfield. 

School Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; M.D., 190k. 

Married Ada Louise Woods, Quincy, Mass., Sept. 1, 1904. 

Children Frances, Jan. 19, 1907. 

Business Physician. 

Address Fletcher Road, Bedford, Mass. 

After graduating from college I entered the Harvard 
Medical School in the class of 1904. On receiving my degree 
of M.D., I began to practise medicine in Quincy. Aifter prac- 
tising there for five years I removed to my present address. 
During my stay in Quincy I was a member of the Board of 
Health for three years. I am now a member of the local 
school committee. In the summer of 1908 I went abroad to 
study in the hospitals of England, Scotland and Ireland. 
Member: Massachusetts Medical Society, Thomas Talbot 
Lodge, A. P. and A. M., Walden Royal Arch Chapter, Shaw- 
sheen Tribe I. 0. R. M. 

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GEORGE ALBIN WHITTEMORE 

Borm Fitzwilliam, N, H., Jan. B, 1877. 

Parents Oeorge A. Whittemare, Mnry Louise Blood. 

.School Hiffh Schooh Hudson, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1899; 1902-190S. 

Degrees A.B., 1900 (1908). 

Jfarried Adah Grace Conner, Willovo Qrove, Bloomshuro^ 

Pa., Oct. S, 1912. 
Business Engineer. 

Address (home) 6 Morse Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

(business) Westinghouse Lamp Co., Bloomfteld^ 
* N. J. 

June, 1899 — Broke my educational training — overtrained, 
the doctors said. Three years coming back, during which a 
seven-months' cruise to Buenos Ayres and return in the good 
bark Normandy was an experience well worth the cost and 
time. September, 1902-June, 1903 — My Senior year — The 
coveted degree at last! 1903-1905 — Attempted to teach 
mathematics, manners and morals at a private school in 
Northwest Connecticut. ** Never more!" 1905, summer of, 
— Harvard Engineering Camp at Squam Lake. 1905-1911 — 
Couldn't resist the pedagogic instinct. Was instructor, and 
later assistant professor in mathematics at the Pennsylvania 
State College. 1911-1912— With Graham and Company, 
bankers, Philadelphia, Pa. October 3, 1912 — ^Married Miss 
Grace Conner, Willow Grove, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, an 
artist, an anti, and able assistant in my biggest office of trust 
and honor. 1912 — Engineer with the Westinghouse Lamp 
Company, Bloomfield, N. J. Diversion: amateur gardening. 
Come and see my onions and my gladiolas. 

EDWARD JAMES WHITTIER 

Bom Boston, Mass., Feb. 12, 1878. 

Parents Edward Newton Whittier, Nuncv Pierce. ' 

School Noble's ScJwol, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B., 1900 (1901). 

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Married Bessie Babcock Bicknell, Blizabeth, N. J., May, 

1905. 
Children Dorothea, Feb, 24, 1906. 

Business Mechanical engineer. 

Address 701 Barristers Hall, Boston, Mass. 

1901, taught thermodynamics and assisted in laboratory 
one half term ; 1902-4, with steel rail concern in Joliet and in 
charge of construction of new mill in New Jersey ; 1904-1909, 
machinery and factory supply purchasing agent for Ameri- 
can Agricultural Chemical Co. and operating engineer ; 1909- 
1911, went broke, in engineering and contracting business for 
myself; 1911-1912, Boston, travelling engineer for Swift and 
Co., for New England, operating work on plants; 1912-1913, 
New York again, operating engineer for engineering firm; 
1913-1915, in charge of construction of buildings for cotton 
mill from foundations up to starting same in operation; in- 
stalling all machinery and equipment. 



CLARENCE WIENER 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., April 10, 1878. 

Parents Lewis Wiener, Eugenia Katherine Kettelnus. 

School Hill School and Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Business Journalist, war correspondent, patriot nnd socUO- 

ist. 
Address (home) Ewell Castle, Surrey, Eng., and 15 Sloane 

St, London, W,, Eng. 
(business) Wiener Agency, 6k Strand, London^ 

Eng. 

In 1897, in November, I went to Cuba. In 1898, in August, 
I went to Porto Rico as first lieutenant and aide-de-camp on 
General F. D. Grant's staff. In 1899, in November, I went 
to South Africa as correspondent for the New York *'Sun.'' 
Appointed by Chamberlain of the London oflSce, I went to 
Natal with General Buller, then to Cyphergat with General 
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scouts of Captain Montmorency's V. C. Scouts. I drew the 
Stormberg position a few days after the disaster and returned 
the next night. Gatacre managed to get through the Storm- 
berg position from this drawing. I was offered eight com- 
missions in the next few days. I decided to organize a corps 
of scouts with Major DriscoU and was placed second in com- 
mand of this corps, — ''DriscoU's Scouts.'' I was eight times 
wounded and in January, 1901, had an independent com- 
mand of three hundred and forty men. Afterwards I was 
brevetted major and second in command of Prince of Wales 
Light Horse (Welsh regiment of eight hundred). I was twice 
mentioned in despatches. I returned to England in the fall 
of 1901. I had thirty-six polo ponies in Rome where I start- 
ed polo. In the spring of 1904 I drove tandem and three 
extra horses two thousand miles through Europe from Rome. 
In the spring of 1905 I drove tandem and three extra saddle 
horses from Rome through Simplon to Geneva, Aix le Bains, 
Geneva, Lucerne, Prague, Dresden, Cologne, Dresden, Pra- 
gue, Linz, and Vienna, in all six thousand two hundred miles 
in four and three-fourths months. From 1905 to 1908 I was 
engaged in Vienna in perfecting an electric self -player piano 
I had invented. Also I held machine gun trials in Austria 
as the continental representative of the Colt Gun and Car- 
riage Co. And at the same time I became president of the 
** Broadway Magazine" — ^renamed *' Hampton's Magazine" 
in 1908. In the spring of 1908 I had a house-boat, one hun- 
dred by nineteen feet, finished after two years' building on 
the Danube. We started from Vienna on June 15 and were 
tugged by special steamer through Hungaria and Servia to 
Turnu Severin, in Roumania, and returned in the same way 
to Vienna in October, 1908. On October 27, I had a fatal 
motor accident near Traunstein in Bavaria; the chauffeur 
and a friend were killed. In May, 1909, I started the Wiener 
News Agency, Limited, at 64 Strand. This is now the largest 
news agency in England. We have twenty-eight newspapers 
in America, twenty-one in England, one in South Africa, and 
ten in Australasia. I write for the '* North American Re- 
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magazines and reviews in both countries. Since 1910 I have 
spent a great deal of my time and money in the endeavor to 
promote a better understanding between the peoples of the 
United States and those of the British Empire. But a few weeks 
before the inception of hostilities in the great world-wide war 
I closed down the news end of my agency, as pecuniary losses 
were becoming altogether too severe. During the above time 
I have been chairman of the following companies: Oldings, 
Ltd., printers; the **X L" Electric Co., Ltd.; Daily Events, 
Ltd. ; Wiener Photo Co., Ltd. ; Wiener Advertising Agency, 
Ltd.; **The Hear* Furnishing and Decorating Co., Ltd.; 
Wiener Literary Agency, Ltd. In August 1915 I became the 
accredited war correspondent of Renter's Telegram Co., Ltd., 
and the Press Association, Ltd., of London, and attached to 
the British Expeditionary Force in France. There were only 
eight newspaper men nominated by the British War Office. 
But up to January, 1915, the military authorities have not 
allowed one of us to report on the actual fighting lines. I 
have now resigned from this contract and hope by early 
spring to be given command with field rank of a half dozen 
6-gun automatic batteries mounted on motor cycles and ac- 
companied by armoured cars. This force will probably 
number about 600 engineers. Our duties will be those of a 
raiding party — i. e., to cut the hostile lines of communication, 
and to destroy magazines and depots; in fact to harras the 
enemy wherever found. After the war I have formed plans 
to start a series of half a dozen real nepspapers in the United 
States. I believe that the greatest result of this tremendous 
combat will be a far closer federated brotherhood than has 
ever been imagined. These newspapers will be published on 
an altogether new plane, and will aim at really educating 
the proletariat to a higher civilization and culture. They 
will force upon the executive beneficial and benevolent laws 
tending to rectify faulty administration, and generally to 
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HENRY DWIGHT WIGGIN JR. 

Born WinthroPf Me., Sept. 5, 1819. 

Parents Henry Dwight Wiggin, Mary LauiHana Btwrie- 

vant. 
School Medford High School, Medford, Mosm. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 
Degrees A.B,, 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 55 HilUide Ave., West Newton, Mai$. 

(husineaa) 801-805 Tremont Building, 75 Tremont 

St., Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Wiggin adds nothing to the last report.] 

RUSSELL BENJAMIN WIGGIN 

Bom Maiden, Mass., Aug. 29, 1877. 

Parents Russell Benjamin Wiggin, Em4ly Paul. 

School Maiden High School, Maiden, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Sally Dromgoole Gotten, Bruce, North Carolino, 

Nov. 21, 1906. 
Business StocklMroker. 

Address (home) 15 Sheffield Road, Winchester, Mass. 

(business) 5S State St., Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Wiggin adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

FREDERICK WILCOCK 

Born Lancashire, Eng.^ Sept. 27, 187$. 

Parents Richard Wilcock, Lavina Margery Hodgkinson. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees S.B., 1900; LL.B. (Brooklyn Law School), 1910; 

JJ>. (Brooklyn Law School), 1911. 
Married Jennie Marie Young, Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. t, 1911. 

Children Donald Frederitk, Hept t^ 1918. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address (home) 292 Linden Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(business) 154 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

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For a few months I served with a house exporting ma- 
chinery from New York. I entered on rapid transit construc- 
tion in New York in 1901, as assistant engineer for the city; 
have continued on this work to date, in turn at designs, sur- 
veys, construction and general at headquarters. At present I 
am assistant division engineer. Member : American Society 
Civil Engineers, Harvard Engineers of New York. 

FREDERICK MASON WILDER 

Bom Bangor, Me,, March 18, 1874, 

Parents Rufus Littlefleld Wilder, Kate Merrill, 

School Phillipa Academy, Andover, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1898; 1901-1908, 
Degrees 8,B„ 1900 (1902); 8Ji„ 1909, 

Married Carolyn Oould, Boston, Mass,, April 20, 1899, 

Children SJialer Qreenleaf, April 4, 1902; Anna Oould^ 

April U, 1905 (died March 7, 1906); Eleanor 
Mary, May 20, 1907, 
Business Teacher, 

Address (home) 55 Lincoln 8t„ Hyde Park, Mass, 

(business) Netchury 8t„ comer Exeter 8t„ Bos- 
ton, Mass, 

Taught in Cleveland, 1903-1904; taught in Chicago, 1904- 
1908; taught in Boston, 1908 to present time. The above 
chronicle, elaborated a bit here and there, tells my whole 
story. On inquiring searchingly into my life history, I am 
shocked to find that I must have loafed outrageously for the 
past fifteen years. No books written, and mighty few read; 
no LL.D.'s from other colleges with which to decorate my 
signature ; no more wives or children even, since last writing. 
Being a teacher, all offices of trust have been pre-empted by 
my creditors. Nothing left to me but the dregs, — good health, 
a steady job, optimism and a happy home. My boy, Shaler, 
named after oxu* dear old dean, has arrived at percentage, 
and my home life is mostly spent in trying to work out his 
lessons. Any of the fellows who remember my recitations in 
freshman mathematics, will readily understand why I'm 
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Day times I pose as a teacher at the Massachusetts Normal 
Art School, Boston. It is a life that is more interesting to 
live than to read about. Each day is full of its own minor 
problems and opportunities, but lacks all spectacular features 
like going to war or getting married, or making money. Some- 
times when I read of the fame of some of 1900 's illustrious 
sons, I have to pinch myself to be sure I am not riding back- 
ward ; but I comfort myself with the reflection that the more 
slowly one travels, the more chance he has to study the 
scenery. This tranquil state of mind is the result of my 
work in Phil la. 

GEORGE HARRIS WILDER 

Born Madison, N. /., Nov. 18, 1879. 

Parents Eno8 Wilder, Emeline AuguMta Vinal. 

School 8t. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Sadie Evelyn Eldredge, Porttmwikth, N. H^ Oct. 

24, 1900. 
Children Evelyn Eldredge, June 12, 1902; Beatrice Eldredge, 

July 15, 1906; George Harris, Jr., Dec. 5, 1908; 

Eleanor Eldredge, April 12, 1912. 
Business Stockbroker. 

Address (home) 2 Hillside Ave., Summit, N. J. 

(business) 55 Wall St, New York, N. T. 

In July, 1900, after graduation, I accepted a position with 
the banking Arm of Baring, Magoun and Co. in New York, 
with whom I remained for five years, until in June, 1905, I 
became a member of the New York Stock Exchange. On Jan- 
uary 1, 1906, we formed the Stock Exchange firm of Carter, 
Wilder and Co., to do a commission business in stocks and 
bonds. I am still the board member of this firm, and, as I 
have been obliged to remain in New York I have had no 
opportunity for travel. I lived in New York City until May, 
1902, when I removed to New Jersey, where I have since re- 
-sided. Member: Harvard Club of New York, Morris County 
<Jolf Club, Madison Golf Club, Harvard Club of New Jersey. 

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ABRAM JULIUS WILE 

Born Rochester, N. 7., A^il tO, 1876. 

Parents Julius Wile, Adelle Gotlinff. 

School Rochester Free Academy, Rochester, N, 7. 

Years in College 1899-1900. 

Degrees A^, (University of Rochester), 1899. 

Married Frances Whitmarsh, Rochester, N. 7., June 21, 

1901. 
Children Dorothy Mny, May 18, 1902; Sara Frances, May 

23, 1905, Janet Louise, 1911. 
Business Teacher. 

Address (home) 52 Roslyn St., Rochester, N. 7. 

(business) West High School, Rochester, N. 7. 

[Not heard from.] 

NORMAN RAND WILLARD 

Bom Sudbury, Mass., March 21, 1877. 

Parents William A. P. Willard, Mary Brown Knapp. 

School Cambridge Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900. 

Married Annette Phoebe Frizelle, Aug. SO, 1908. 

Business Civil engineer. 

Address (home) 51st and Walnut Sts., Philadelvhia, Pa. 

(business) Care of Ambursen Co., 61 Broadway, 
New York, N. 7. 

In August, 1900, 1 obtained employment at Andover, Mass., 
as engineer in the Board of Public Works, remaining there 
about a year and then went to Wakefield, Mass., as engineer 
in the sewer department. In December, 1901, I went to 
Tampa, Florida, as engineer for Gushing and Weir^ con- 
tractors for the highway between Tampa and Port Tampa. I 
completed that work about May 1, 1902, came north and went 
with the Board of Engineers of Oloucester, Mass. A change 
in the city government, June 1, 1903, withdrew all the then 
existing work in the engineering department, giving it to con- 
tractors. I was tendered and accepted in February, 1903, the 
position of chief draughtsman for the Automatic Weighing 

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Machine Co. of New York and held that position until July 1, 
1904, when I resigned to take up work as a construction 
engineer with the Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Co., 
then located at 176 Federal Street, Boston, Mass. This com- 
pany grew rapidly and in its expansion outgrew its quarters 
at 176 Federal Street, removing to 88 Pearl Street, and then 
in 1912 reorganized as the Ambursen Co., with ofSces at 61 
Broadway, New York. During my connection with this com- 
pany, now extending over nearly eleven years, my work has 
included about all the positions a construction engineer could 
hold, starting as foreman of a small gang of men, then 
draughtsman, superintendent, resident engineer, chief engi- 
neer on their largest contract, and supervising engineer or 
personal representative of the firm on four large hydraulic 
developments. I was three years supervising engineer in 
Porto Rico. The work comprised two large irrigation projects 
for the Porto Bican government and a power development for 
the Porto Bico Bailway, Light and Power Co. These three 
contracts were carried on simultaneously. Member: Simon 
W. Bobinson Lodge A. F. and A. M., Lexington, Mass. ; St. 
Andrew's Chapter, R. A. M., Boston, Mass.; American So- 
ciety of Civil Engineers, New York; San Juan Lodge, No. 
972, B. P. O. E., San Juan, P. B. 

DAVID LAWRENCE WILLIAMS 

Bom Boston, Mass., Nov. 2S, 1874. 

Parents Charles Edward Williams, Katherine Hennessy, 

School Public Schools and Preparatory Department of 

Boston College, Boston, Mass. 
Years in College 1896-1897. 
Degrees A.B. (Boston College), 1907; M.D. (Tufts Medical 

School), 1906. 
Business Physician. 

Address i521 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

I left Harvard in 1897 and studied privately for over a 
year, then entered the sophomore class at Boston College in 
1898, but did not take my degree with the class of 1901. I 

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entered Tufts Medical School and was graduated with the 
class of 1906. After I received my degree in medicine I made 
up the requirements for my medicine degree and received the 
degree of bachelor of arts from Boston College in June, 1907. 
I did post graduate work in the Harvard Medical School from 
1906 to 1908, and in June, 1908, was appointed an assistant 
in the department of pharmacology, which position I held 
until September, 1912. I had been associated with Professor 
Pranz Pfaff in his practice for some years, and after I left 
the Medical School I continued with him until he gave up 
his teaching and practice in January, 1913. Since then I 
have done hospital work, and at present am engaged in the 
practice of my chosen profession. 

JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 

Bom Frankfort, Ky, 

Parents James Williams, Harriet Ella Thompson, 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass, 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Degrees 8.B. (Yale University), 1900; A,B. (University of 

Kansas), 1905; M.D. (Marquette University), 

1910. 
Business Teacher. 

Address Atlanta Baptist College, Atlanta, Oa. 

[Not heard from.] 

LEWIS WILLIAMS 

Bom Boston, Mass., Nov. 26, 18TT. 

Parents John Armstrong Williams, Emm^i Gardner Urann. 

School Roxhury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

Business Musician. 

Address lU East 71st St., New York, N. Y. 

Nothing very different has happened to me since I wrote 
last for the class report, except that I resigned from the 
music department at Yale where I taught for seven years. 

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My life, as it was before, is an uneventful round of teaching 
and occasional concert giving. Member: Harvard Club of 
New York, Harvard Club of Boston, Ardsley Club. 

ROBERT WINSLOW WILLIAMS 

Bom Brookline, Ma9S., June 28, 1877. 

Parents Charles Amory Williams, Ella Winslow. 

School Roxhury Latin Bchool, Roxbury, Mass. 

Years in College 1895-1900, 
Degrees A.B., 1900, 

Business Btockbroker. 

Address (home) 95 Walnut Place, Brookline, Mass. 

(business) 126 State 8t,, Boston, Mass. 

[Mr. Williams received his degree with the Class of 1900, 
but prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Report.] 

Simon £verar& HSlilUamd 

Bom Eastchester, N. Y., March 2, 1872. 

Parents John Bimon WUliams, Adeline Duncomhe. 

^School College Pharmacy, New York, N. Y. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees 8.B,, 1900; Ph.O. (College of Pharmacy), N. Y. 

Died Jan. H, 1907, in Jacksonville, FUl 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 

Su&neu Stewart xnHilUams 

Bom Chicago, III., Aug. 27, 1877. 

Parents George Sydney Williams, Hannah McKihhom 

Btetoart. 
School Bt. PauVs Bchool, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 
Died yov. 29, 1910, in Chicago, III. 

Sydney Stewart Williams died at Chicago, Illinois, on 
November 29, 1910. His illness was heart disease. After 
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of time in Europe and travelled extensively in England and 
on the continent. One of his journeys was of ten thousand 
miles on a bicycle, over little frequented routes. His work 
was much in laboratories and machine shops, although for 
some time he was in the employ of the Rock Island Railroad 
in various capacities, from draughtsman to assistant engineer 
in charge of culverts and bridges. For some time before he 
died he had been with the Whiting Foundry Company at 
Harvey, Illinois, in its engineering and experimental depart- 
ment, devoting his attention chiefly to internal combustion 
engines and valves. For a number of his inventions patents 
were issued. He was interested in out-of-door sports and was> 
a member of the Onwentsia Country, Chicago Athletic, Chevy 
Chase Country, Pasadena and other clubs. He had studied 
art and, whenever he had leisure, turned his hand from his. 
mechanical experiments to painting. His qualities of intellect 
and character won him the esteem of many older men. 

OSBORNE VOLNEY WILLSON 

Bom Aurora, III., Jan. S, 1877. 

Parents Osborne WilUon, Mary Eleanor Merrilh 

School West Aurora High School, Aurora, III. 

Years in CoUege 1898^1900. 

Degrees A.B„ 1900 (1901). 

Married Bertha May Todd, Aurora, in., Jan. 18, 1905. 

Children Eleanor Todd, Jan. 24, 1906. 

Business Laun/er. 

Address (home) 706 Main Bt., El Centro, Cal. 

(busineu) BeGurity Bank Building, El Oentro, Oa:t^ 

[Mr. Willson adds nothing further to the above informa- 
tion.] 

JOHN WILSON 

Bom Bangor, Me., Sept. 26, 1878. 

Parents Franklin Augustus Wilson, Caroline Peirce 8tet^ 

son. 
School Roxhury Latin School, Boston, Mass. 

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Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A.B„ 1900; LL.B., 190S. 

Married Emma Heytoood Otis, WorccMter, Mass,, Dec, t, 

1909. 
Children Caroline, July 26, 1905; John Otis, Dec. 4, 1907; 

Eleanor, June 22, 1912. 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 17 Broadway, Bangor, Me. 

(business) 15 State St., Bangor, Me. 

Immediately after leaving college I spent three years at 
the Harvard Law School and then began the practice of law 
in Bangor, Maine, where I have been at work ever since. As 
must almost necessarily be the case in a small town or city, 
my practice has been general rather than specialized. I have 
given considerable attention to charitable and correctional 
work and the legislation connected therewith, and after serv- 
ing on a state commission to investigate the advisability of 
creating a State Board of Charities and Corrections, I was, 
after the creation of such a board, made a member thereof 
two years ago and am still serving. Six years ago I was ap- 
pointed by the chief justice of the state a member of the 
State Board of Bar Examiners and have given a good deal 
of attention to that work and indirectly to legal education. 
My life has gone on smoothly and quietly and I do not think 
of any other incidents worth noting. 

ARTHUR TREVITT WINSLOW 

Bom Rockford, Ut \ 

Parents Daniel E. WlMlOW, Miurp L. KimMk 

School Rockford High School, Rockford, III. 

Years in College 1896-1897. 

Married Marta E. Hindenlang, Boston, Mass., 190$. 

Children Madaline Barbara, Nov. 11, 1905. 

Business ^^^2 estate operator. 

Address 1863 Columbus Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

I have been in the land-developing business almost continu- 
ously since leaving college, in Boston and suburbs, also in and 
around Providence. 

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KENELM WINSLOW 

Bom Bretoster, Mass., Aug, 6^ 1869. 

Parents John Howard Winsloto, Emma 8teven$, 

School Bridgewater Normal School, Bridgewater, Ma99. 

Years in College 1896-1897, 

Married Nellie Louise Look, Leominster, Mass,, June 29, 

1909, 
Children Barbara, July 10, 1910; Louise, March SO, 19U. 

Business Teacher, 

Address (home) 21 Mt, Vernon Terrace, Newtonville, Mass, 

(business) Crescent Bt„ Newton, 

[Mr. Winslow adds nothing further to his previous report.] 



KARL FUNSTON WIRT 

Bom Bloomshurg, Pa„ Oct. 11, 1878, 

Parents Paul Esterly Wirt, Sarah Miretta Funston. 

School 8t, PauVs School, Garden City, N. 7. 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B„ 1900, 

Married Elizabeth Salome Bachm^n, Bloomsburg, Fo^ 

June 2, 1906. 
Children Sara Elizabeth, April 16, 1910. 

Business Secretary, 

Address Bloomsburg, Pa, 



(I have nothing to add to the last report). 



STEPHEN CAMPBELL WOLCOTT 

Bora Milwaukee, Wis., March 21, 1876. 

Parents George Henry Wolcott, Ellen Fanny Campbell. 

School Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1897, 

Married Eleanor Leal Oreenleaf, Rye, N. Y., Sept. 29, 190i, 

Business Farmer. 

Address Dixondale, Va. 

[Mr. Wolcott adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

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TIIIliUat& porter TIIIloo&burs 

Bom Beverly, Ma98,, June 21, 1878, 

Parents Rufus Henry Woodbury, EmUy F, Porter. 

School Salem High Bchool, 9alem, Ma9i. 

Years in CoUege 1896.1900. 

Degrees A.B., 1900; MJ)., 1904. 

Died Feb. 26, 1910, in Beverly, Ma%s. 

[See obituary in Third Report.] 



CHARLES ROYAL WOODS 

Bom Cambridge, Mass., May 27, 1878. 

Parents Charles Rowell Woods, Bophia Levering Matiis. 

School 8t MarVs School, Bouthborough, Mass. 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Married Emma Seward, New York, N. T. 

Business Farmer. 

Address Bum Brae Farm, Forest, Va., R. F. D. 2. 

After leaving Cambridge in 1900, I was employed by the 
New York Edison Company for one year, leaving there to 
go with the New York Telephone Company. I remained 
with this company four years, during three of which I was 
assistant manager of the Oramercy exchange. The next five 
years, or until the summer of 1910, I was secretary and 
assistant treasurer of the Bates Advertising Company of New 
York. Prom this time on until rfiortly before I bought the 
farm on which I now live, I was special representative of 
E. E. Clapp and Company, New York. Resigned from New 
York Harvard Club, New York Athletic Club and Atlantic 
Yacht Club when I removed to Virginia. 

STANLEY WOODWORTH 

Bora Boston, Mass., April 22, 1878. 

Parents Alfred 8. Woodworth, Anna Orafton. 

School St. PauVs School, Concord, N. H. 

Years in College 1896-1898. 

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Married Annabel Dixon, Oconomowoc, WU., July SO, 1902, 

BusineM Manufacturer, 

Address (home) 2961 Michigan Ave., Chicago, lU. 

(business) SS West Kinzie St., Chicago, IW. 

[Mr. Woodworth adds nothing further to his previous re- 
port.] 

AUGUSTUS EDWARD WRIGHT 

Bom Fayville, Mass., Feb. 26, 1878. 

Parents Francis Wright, Clara Bophia Btevens. 

School Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1900. 

Married Helen Maria Buck, Fayville, Mass., Jan. 28, 1909. 

Business Merchant. 

Address Turnpike Road, Fayville, Mass. 

My life as a country store-keeper pursues the even tenor 
that has characterized it since my leaving Cambridge in 
1900. The interruptions are few and outside of a few hobbies 
it is a rather uneventful life. In 1911 I was a member of 
the general court of this state, serving in the house of repre- 
sentatives. "Whether this is considered a position of honor 
by those members of the class who live within the borders of 
the state, or not, it may be so considered by the class at 
large. Among my hobbies, an interest in dog breeding and 
showing has a very prominent position, and I am for the 
second year serving as president of the Boston Terrier Club, 
Incorporated. When I can steal a few days from business my 
rod and gun are the companions I choose for the finest sort 
of an outing, and one of my regrets is that I cannot go 
farther afield with them, for 

He who ** loves wine, women and song" 

Is almost sure to get in wrong. 
But he who loves the wind and sun 

Gets the best in life, ere his race is run. 

I have written: The Boston Terrier Standard and Scale 
of Points (adopted by the Boston Terrier Club and published 
by the club this year.) 

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CARY THOMAS WRIGHT 

Born Monroe Co,, Ohio., Nov. 5, 1869. 

Parents Ellis D. Wright, Nan J. Gray. 

School State Normal School, Warrensburg, Mo. 

Years in CoUege 1896-1897. 

Degrees Ph.B. (Drake University), 1898; M.S. (University 

of California), 1911. 
Married Grace Qowans, Warrensburg, Mo., June 5, 1900. 

Children John Qowans, March IS, 1907. 

Business Teacher, professor of economics. 

Address (home) 154S West Ave. 46, Los Angeles, Cal. 

(business) Occidental College, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Prom 1898 to 1902 I was school principal in Iowa; from 
1902 to 1908 I taught at the high school in Redlands, Cali- 
fornia; from 1908 to 1911 at high school in Oakland, Cali- 
fornia; from 1911 to 1912 I was assistant professor of 
geography and geology at Mills College; from 1911 to 1913, 
lecturer in geography at the University of California, summer 
session; from 1912 to 1913, instructor in economic geography 
at the University of California ; and from 1913 to the present 
time I have been professor of economics at Occidental College. 
I have written: Manual of Physical Geography (Ginn, 1906). 
Member: Commonwealth Club of San Prancisco, American 
Economic Association. 

GEORGE JESSE WRIGHT 

Bom Pittsburgh, Pa., June 1, 1880. 

Parents Oeorge Wright Jr., Mary Ella Rowley. 

School Pittsburgh Central High School, Pittsburgh, Fa, 

Years in College 1897-1900. 

Degrees A.B.. 1900; M.D. (University of Pennsylvania), 

1904. 
Business Physician. 

Address 117 Roup St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Since leaving Cambridge I obtained my degree in medicine 
at the University of Pennsylvania and, after hospital service 
in two institutions, entered upon a general practice. In 

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recent years I have been preparing for special work in mental 
and nervous diseases and at some date in the near future 
field. I have written several monographs on neurological dis- 
eases. Member : Harvard Club of Western Pennsylvania, 
University Club of Pittsburgh. 

LAWRENCE WORTH WRIGHT 



Born Summit, N, /., Nov, 21, 1876. 

Parents Ebenezer Kellogg Wright, Josephine Hamilton, 

School 8t, PauVs School, Concord, N, H, 

Years in College 1896-1900, 

Degrees A,B., 1899 (1900) ; LL,B„ 1905, 

Married Bertha Eugenie Stevens, New York, N, Y., June 

15, 1901. 
Children Laiorence Livingston, April 6, 1902; Persis SteV' 

ens, March 2, 190S; David Hamilton, March 11, 

1904, 
Business Lawyer. 

Address (home) 172 West 58th St., New York, N, Y, 

(business) 2 Rector 8t„ New York, N, Y. 

[Mr. Wright received his degree with the Class of 1900, 
but prefers to be associated with 1899. See 1899 Report] 



FRANK WYMAN ad 

Bom St. Louis, Mo., Sept. SO, 1871. 

Parents Charles Hadley Wyman, Emma Elizabeth Bates. 

School Tutor. 

Years in College 1894-1897; 1898-1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900, 

Married Helen MacOregor Pierce, Brookline, Mass,, March 

5, 1904, 
Children Marion Starr, Jan, 27, 1906. 

Business Manufacturer. 

Address ^S Waverly St., Brookline, Mass. 

[Prank Wyman 2d is vice-president of The Duvey Tree 
Export Co., Kent, Ohio.] 

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LOUIS ELIOT WYMAN 



Bom 

Parents 

School 

Years in College 

Degrees 

Married 

Children 

Business 
Address 



Lynn, Mass., Aug. 2, 1878. 

Louis Augustus Wyman, Edith EsteTle Merriam, 

Classical High Schooh Lynn, Mass. 

1896^1900. 

AM,, 1900; LL.B., 1902. 

Alice Bihley Croshy, Manchester, N. H., June i, 

1904. 
Eliot Uberto, March 26, 1905; Esther Merriam^ 

Dec. 19, 1907. 
Lawyer, 

(home) U Clarke St., Manchester, N. H. 
(business) 91S Elm Bt, Manchester, N. H, 



The account in the last class report is as accurate as I can 
write. Since 1910 there has been nothing new to record 
beyond the style of the firm name under which the practice 
of law has been continued. In 1912 Mr. Tuttle left the firm 
to become attorney general of New Hampshire and thereafter 
John R. McLane (Harvard, 1912) joined us. The firm is 
now Taggart, Burroughs, Wyman and McLane. Member: 
Derryfield Club of Manchester, Intervale Country Club of 
Manchester. 

HENRY AARON YEOMANS 

Bom Ashtabula, Ohio, Feb. 5, 1877. 

Parents William Andrew Yeomans, Eva Mandane Net- 

tleton. 
School Spokane High School, Spokane, Wash, 

Years in College 1896-1900. 

Degrees A,B., 1900; AM,, 1901; LL.B., 1904. 

Married Olive Livingston Gilbert, St. Paul, Minn., May 1, 

1905, 
Business Assistant Professor of Oovemment and Assistant 

Dean, Harvard College, 
Address (home) 22 Alden Road, Watertown, Mnss, 

(business) University 15, Cambridge, Mass. 

[Mr. Yeomans adds nothing further to his previous report.] 

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DEATHS 

Nathaniel Brown Adsit^ Angost 1, 1898. 

WiUiam Galliford Bale, April 4, 1902. 

Seth Heywood Ballard, January 3, 1899. 

Lloyd Tevis Breckinridge. 

William Armstead Moale Burden, February 2, 1909. 

Frederick Robbins Childs, October 23, 1907. 

Sterling Browne Cox, May 22, 1908. 

Oliver Daniel Crilly, January 16, 1910. 

Charles Bartlett Crockett Jr., March 5, 1905. 

Joseph Simonds Croswell, September 24, 1901. 

William Bayard Cutting Jr., March 10, 1910. 

Richard Putnam Dana, May 15, 1910. 

John Chandler Bancroft Davis, June 11, 1910. 

Edward Dickson, March 22, 1897. 

Fred Ralston Eugene Dolan, January 28, 1900. 

Edward Addison Dunlap, July 13, 1906. 

Edward Howard Dunning, April 29, 1900. 

Charles Brackett Durham, May 22, 1898. 

Nathan Adams Egbert, August 22, 1913. 

James Pike EUicott, March 2, 1898. 

Benjamin Willis Farris, October 1, 1910. 

Robert Dennis Arthur Ferguson, May 3, 1911. 

Henry Whiting Flagg, September 30, 1909. 

Lawrence Carter Forman, March 11, 1901. 

Richard Wells Foster, September 1, 1903. 

Jesse Frank, February 1, 1901. 

Wesley Johnson Gardner, June 15, 1906. 

Charles Garland, May 15, 1904. 

Harry Henderson Greene, May 22, 1914. 

Frederick Carleton Gulick, September 26, 1902. 

William Perry Hager, May 18, 1911. 

Norman Fisher Hall, September 5, 1906. 

Harry Boyd Harley, May 10, 1913. 

Wilbur Andrew Harris, July 5, 1900. 

Ferdinand Austin Hart Jr., December 2, 1901. 

John Peter Hinchey, July 12, 1911. 

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Henry Joseph Hosmer, August 17, 1911. 
Edward Whiting Howard, January 19, 1915. 
George Jean Hoyting, January 25, 1899. 
James Cecil Hurt, October 22, 1906. 
William Jones, March 29, 1909. 
Lowell Byrns Judson, March 7, 1912. 
Howard White Kidder, December 6, 1899. 
John Milton Kullmer, November 16, 1898. 
Charles Haven Ladd, January 29, 1915. 
Ralph Ward Lahman, August 17, 1898. 
Graham Murdock Leupp, January 17, 1900. 
George Stephen Lindenkohl, August 21, 1902. 
George Frederick Woodward Mark, June 11, 1907. 
Jerome Leo Marx, September 22, 1900. 
Frederic William Morrison, September 8, 1914. 
Louis Nelson, April 14, 1912. 
George Munroe Gage Nichols, April 14, 1915. 
Hermon Spencer Pinkham, July 6, 1914. 
Cicero Justice Polk, July 28, 1909. 
Ernest James Rice, July 8, 1897. 
Nelson Robinson Jr., May 9, 1899. 
Alfred Mayer Rock, August 8, 1907. 
Christopher Royce, September 21, 1910. 
Carlos Sanchez, September 12, 1904. 
Philip Sands, November 14, 1912. 
Richard Marshall Schaefer. 
Joshua Montgomery Sears, August 12, 1908. 
Frederick William Sprague, April 20, 1901. 
William Stickney, May 26, 1911. 
Frederick William Stone, July 28, 1905. 
Charles Whitney Ward, March 3, 1905. 
Herbert Edgar Ward, February 27, 1905. 
Edwin Clifton Warren, December 25, 1896. 
Caleb Van Husan Whitbeck, February 27, 1914. 
Simon Everard Williams, January 14, 1907. 
Sydney Stewart Williams, November 29, 1910. 
Willard Porter Woodbury, February 26, 1910. 



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"LOST MEN" 

William Burton Ayers 
Leo LeQay Burley 
John Allan Child 
Irving John Cross 
George Gibbes Dewsnap 
Ralph Cheever Dunning 
Jacob Pool Freeman 
Stephen Higginson Jr. 
John Dennis Horgan 
Louis La Maida 
Henry Hay Lancaster 
William Joseph Nagle 
George Lawrence Richards 
Henry Edward Stephenson 
Ira Gilbert Webster 



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OCCUPATIONS 

Accounting. W. H. Bonelli, P. W. Doherty. 

Acting, W. Hampden (formerly W. H. Dougherty). 

Advertising, P. W. Buxton, J. C. Lord, W. E. Skillinga. 

Agriculture. R. R. Barrett, J. S. Bigelow Jr., P. 0. Byrd, 
A. A. Cobb Jr., W. S. Dunham, T. H. Eaton, E. H. Pay, 
W. B. MeC. Flandrau, H. K. Pooks, J. M. Glidden, P. S. 
Lewin, K. McQ. Martin, J. G. Oglesby, G. P. Root, E. E. 
Sanborn, R. W. Stebbins, P. Whitney, S. C. Wolcott. C. 
R. Woods. 

Architecture. E. T. P. Graham, G. G. Hubbard, Q. S. 
Parker, T. M. Shaw. 

Army. W. H. Armstrong, M. Churchill, G. P. Purlong, A. 
Hasbrouck. 

Art. R. P. BoUes, A. N. Puller. 

Automobiles. C. G. Herbert. 

Bacteriology. W. L. Holt. 

Banking and Brokerage. H. S. Bowers, L. B. Brown, W. S. 
Clough, G. W. Davis, H. T. van Deusen, W. Edmunds, 
W. P. Ellis, H. K. Pooks, E. H. George, A. S. Gilman, 
A. M. Goodridge, E. H. Graham, G. E. Hawkins, C. S. 
Hebard, P. L. Higginson Jr., H. H. Lowry, E. W. 
Owen, P. J. Sachs, W. B. Swinford, H. A. Wadleigh, 
E. C. Wheeler Jr. 

Brokerage. 
Bonds. H. S. CofiSn, A. Pollansbee, R. A. Garrison. 
Commission. C. H. Tilton. 
Cotton. E. Ingraham. 

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Occupations 

Orain. R. E. Pope. 

Notes, A. Davis, A. B. Holden, S. W. Lewis. 

Stocks. W. L. Beardsell, E. S. Bennett, C. D. Draper, J. 
S. Dunstan, C. Harden, 0. Howes, C. R. Irwin Martin, 
H. R. Johnson, A. Q. Porter, C. Runnells, R. B. Wiggin, 
G. H. Wilder. 

Stocks and Bonds. E. Priedlander, J. L. Saltonstall, H. 
W. Welch. 

Chemistry. A. M. Pairlie, E. Mallinekrodt Jr., C. S. 
Oakman. 

Construction Work. A. E. Stoddard. 

Contracting. H. P. Armington, W. De P. Bigelow, T. Crim- 
mins, J. C. Parquhar, A. G. McGregor, G. S. R. McLean, 
G. LeR. Perry, H. D. Symonds. 

Dentistry. T. D. Brown, B. Cohen. 

Drafting. H. W. Wallace. 

Designing. C. M. Bill. 

Dijiloniaiic Service. R. W. Bliss, C. B. Curtis, P. A. Jay. 

Distilling. M. Hirsch. 

Education. E. L. Adams, G. H. Albright, H. W. Ballantine, 
P. G. BaUentine, P. H. Beals, H. Bisbee, B. Brooks, P. 
K Butters, G. P. Campbell, E. Cary, W. R. Castle Jr., 
P. P. Chase, P. B. Cherington, J. A. Child, J. H. Clagg, 
H. J. Colbum, J. P. Cole, A. Corstvet, W. S. Davis, H. 
Davison, A. L. Dean, A. L. Dodge, L. M. Dougan, D. 
Drake, H. W. Dub^e, A. B. Dunning, R. B. Earle, E. 
M. East, T. H. Eaton, E. Elias, 0. D. Evans, G. P. 
PaUon, A. P. Pitch, P. Pield, H. C. Polsom, B. A. G. 
Puller, J. L. Givan, C. W. Goodrich, A. Grossman, J. 
P. Hall, E. H. Hammond, R. C. Hatch, W. C. Heilman, 
C. B. Hersey, E. B. HiUiard, H. R. Hubbard, P. L. 
Jewett, J. M. Johnson, R. H. Johnson, W. N. Johnson, 

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Class op 1900— Fourth Report 

F. H. Kirmayer, C. E. Klise, C. J. Kullmer, F. 

E. Kutscher, A. E. Landry, W. Lichtenstein, C. K. 
Meschter, C. Herbert Morrill, F. X. Morrill, H. 
H. Morse, J. H. Moras, A. B. Myriek, F. Palmer 
Jr., R. P. Parsons, R. R. Price, R. L. Reed, F. 
W. Reynolds, S. E. Roberts, F. E. Sanders, H. L. Seaver, 

F. M. Smith, S. B. Southworth, C. H. Taylor, C. R. 
Taylor, Q. A. Thompson, G. A. Towns, A. M. Tozzer, 
R. H. Tukey, I. J. Uhrich, C. M. Underwood Jr., 0. 
Veblen, F. G. Waide, J. Warshaw, F. M. Wilder, A. J. 
Wile, J. T. Williams, K. Winslow, C. T. Wright, H. A. 
Yeomans. 

Engineering. 

Civil. H. J. Alexander, J. P. Locke, E. H. Moeller, C. 
Osborne, L. E. Rowley, T. B. Shertzer, E. H. Smith, 

F. Wilcock, N. R. Willard. 

Electrical. G. A. Anderegg, C. H. McNary, H. DuB. B. 
Moore, H. W. Moses. 

Mechanical. P. F. Brown, G. H. Dustin, A. S. Hawks, H. 
M. Luscomb, J. E. McGawley, C. H. Smoot, C. H. Taylor, 
C. S. Thayer, E. J. Whittier. 

Mining. L. Eaton, J. 0. Emerson, B. E. Jones, R. Livermore, 
R. F. Manahan, L. E. Rowley, W. W. Rush. 

Miscellaneous Engineering. R. D. Bedford, J. F. Downey, 
M. Emery Jr., H. H. Fox, A. Harris, G. C. Kimball, 

G. Manierre 3d, H. K. Melcher, E. M. Montchyk, R. R. 
Rumery, K. Sherburne, A. Sturgis, G. A. Whittemore. 

Finance. S. M. Becker, F. P. Clark, C. P. Hatch, C. Hatch, 
H. L. Hunt, R. Hunt, W. S. McComick, J. F. Mosby, 
W. M. Rainbolt, L. G. 0. Smith, H. E. Stephenson, H. 
P. Vaux. 

Forestry, G. E. Clement, B. MacKaye. 

Geology. F. F. Burr, H. S. Gale, L. C. Graton, R. W. Stone. 

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Occupations 

Oovemment. W. H. Attwill, F. M. Buckland, J. J. Curran, 
D. Elkins, W. D. Lambert, W. C. Mendenhall, W. 
Phillipa. 

Horticulture, M. Lowery. 

Insurance, H. G. Clough, H. H. Piske, R. Haughton, C. R. 
Hayes, A. W. HoUis, C. A. Rowland, C. Humphrey, C. 
Henry Morrill, W. Morse, F. Rawle Jr. 

Journalism, W. C. Arensberg, W. W. Bellamy, F. P. 
Bennett Jr., G. W. Billings, L. Brainerd, A. S. Clark, 
J. S. Cochrane, R. D. Crane, W. P. Eaton, C. S. Forbes, 

C. S. Gilman, W. C. Hess, H. S. Howard, R. Pulitzer, 
J. P. Sanborn Jr., F. H. Simonds, M. Sullivan, C. F. 
Wellington, C. Wiener. 

Landscape Architecture. A. R. Sargent. 

L€mdscape Gardening, R. R. Kent. 

Law, P. A. Atherton, R. T. Barnefield, H. H. Bamum, J. C. 
Bartlett Jr., T. R. Bateman, F. G. Bauer, A. LeR. Becker, 
A. A. Benesch, R. C. Boiling, S. R. Boright, B. Brooks, 

D. F. Carpenter, W. M. Chadbourne, A. M. Chandler, 
H. M. Chase, L. K. Clark, W. L. Collins, H. J. Daven- 
port, W. W. Dixon, H. F. R. Dolan, A. Drinkwater, E. 
L. Dudley, B. E. Eames, F. W. Eaton, W. R. Evans Jr., 
W. P. Everts, J. F. Farrell, S. S. Fitzgerald, R. Folks, 
H. L. French, A. S. Friend, A. F. Gotthold, A. C. Gould, 

F. R. Greene, H. A. Guiler, T. R. Hawley, H. M. Higin- 
botham, A. S. HiUs, T. T. Hinkley, D. C. Hirsch, R. S. 
Holland, J. H. Holliday, J. H. Holmes, W. Holsinger, E. 
Johnson, J. C. C. Johnston, L. C. Ledyard Jr., E. P. 
Loughlin, J. E. MacCloskey Jr., G. S. MacParland, J. W. 
McQueen, R. M. Mahoney, W. R. Martin, H. W. Mason, 

E. Mayer, H. R. Mayo, M. Mills, C. E. Nixdorff, 
J. H. Page, J. J. Peckham, P. B. Philipp, M. Reed, 
A. N. Rice, A. L. Richards, P. E. Riemann, J. B. 

G. Rinehart, H. L. Rothenberg, E. J. Sanderson, E. E. 
Sargeant, I. W. Sargent, M. Seasongood, L. B. Shay, 

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Class op 1900 — Poubth Report 

P. C. Smith Jr., H. H. Smith, W. H. Spaulding, H. B. 
Stanton, P. H. Stevens, H. A. Stickney, M. Stim- 
son, C. 0. Swain, H. Tappin, A. J. Thomson, E. E. 
Wheeler, T. H. Whitney, H. D. Wiggin Jr., 0. V. 
Willson, J. Wilson, L. W. Wright, L. E. Wyman. 

Library Work. P. Blackwelder, H. T. Dougherty, H. S. 
Hirshberg, W. Liehtenstein, R. M. McCurdy, W. N. 
Seaver, A. H. Shearer. 

Literature. P. Barry, P. O. Bartlett, M. M. Bryant, R. J- 
Davis, A. P. Pitch, E. Gray, W. L. Harrington, R. S. 
Holland, R. W. Kauflfman, R. A. Sanborn, R. R. Whiting. 

Lumber. C. Q. Adams. M. Davis, P. W. Lane. 

Managership. K. S. Barnes, W. A. Moore. 

Manufacturing. L. S. Antisdel, N. P. Ayer, C. P. Bacon,. 
L. T. Baker, R. M. Baxter, P. E. Bissell, J. Brewer, 
C. M. Brown, G. H. Bunion, L. W. Chandler, J. P. Cobb,. 
A. D. Converse, R. 0. Dalton, F. T. Dow, P. A. Ed- 
mands, E. Euston, H. L. Ewer, P. S. Hall, L. E. Hilliard,, 
R. Hoe, J. M. Hussey, H. V. H. Lewis, M. L. McCarthy, G. 
Manierre 3d, A. G. Mason, E. P. Metcalf , G. A. Morison,. 
S. L. Munson Jr., R. P. Perry, H. C. Pierce, R. G. Pratt^ 
C. N. Prouty Jr., W. P. Porter, A. Robinson, H. Q. 
Robinson, S. P. Rockwell, S. G. Salomon, H. W. Sanford, 
W. L. Shaw, G. Smith, E. Spalding, S. Stevens, J. Taylor,. 
P. H. Train, W. G. Waitt, L. Warren, R. H. Watson, 
J. 0. Wells, K. P. Wirt, S. Woodworth, P. Wyman 2d. 

Medicine. W. L. Barnes, L. S. Beals, S. P. Beebe, C. Bell^ 
W. W. Bellamy, E. D. Bond, H. K. Boutwell, J. H. 
BuflPord, P. N. Chessman, E. Cook, H. W. Dana, A. P. 
Downing, R. H. Ellis, M. Pabyan, G. B. Penwick, C. B. 
Praunfelter, R. J. Graves, A. P. Griffiths, J. B. Hawes 2d, 
C. A. Holbrook, B. HoUings, W. A. Hosley, G. P. Howe,. 
S. A. Johnston, I. S. Kahn, P. C. Kidner, H. L. Leiter^ 
G. B. Lentine, H. Linenthal, R. W. McAUester, W. P. 
Macleod, C. Moline, J. P. Morrison, B. J. O'Neill Jr.,. 

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Occupations 

T. Ordway, W. G. Phippen, H. G. Schleiter, H. W. 
Smith, H. B. Smith, P. B. Talbot, P. A. Thompson, R. 
K Whiton, D. L. Williams, G. J. Wright. 

Mercantile. P. W. Aldred, C. J. Anderson Jr., C. H. Bell^ 
C. Bock, G. P. Bowler, L. LeG. Bnrley, W. A. Bux- 
ton, J. P. Costa, D. Parrington, H. PitzGerald, J. 
Planders, G. W. Pleming, E. S. Poster, H. A. Preiberg, 
S. P. Goddard, E. D. Gould, C. L. Harding, A. E. Harris, 
R. C. Heath, C. Hobbs, L. Howland, H. L. Hughes,. 
B. Kaufman, P. T. Manning, H. E. Marean, R. L. Mason,. 
R. S. Moore, W. G. Mortland, G. Nichols, C. Norton, H. 
G. Parchen, H. Parker, A. E. Pecker, T. W. Peirce, H. 
M. Shartenberg, L. Steam, E. W. Stix, M. E. Terbush, 
N. W. Tilton, H. Ward, P. DeW. Washburn, S. G. 
Wellington, C. S. White, A. E. Wright. 

Metallurgy. H. C. Boynton, J. B. Gore. 

Mining. J. W. Piper. 

Ministry. C. L. Adams, J. H. Cabot 2d, P. H. Danker, A. 
P. Pitch, R. S. Porbes, A. I. Oliver, J. A. Richards, S. 
B. Snow, H. W. Starr, P. H. Stedman, P. H. Steenstra, 
P. A. Todd, A. L. Washburn, A. D. Watkins. 

Miscellaneous. B. W. Schwill. 

Missions. E. C. Carter. 

Music. J. A. Abom, E. Grinnell, P. G. Hopkins, J. E. Lodge,. 
G. R. Osborne, L. Williams. 

Navy. E. E. Goodhue, G. W. Presby. 

Osteopathy. P. B. Lake. 

Photography. C. J. Lane, L. J. Spalding. 

PviUc Service. D. P. Davis. 

Publishing. M. W. Barber, A. G. Donham, P. J. Dowd, D. 
Estes, J. E. PitzPatrick, M. M. Poss, G. H. Mifflin Jr.,. 
W. Morrow, D. Scott, J. N. Trainer Jr. 

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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

Real Estate. P. G. Barry, N. Biddle, A. Boal, R. de B. 
Boardman, A. V. Brewer, B. Chandler, H. S. Elliot, R. L. 
Gerry, G. W. Harrin^on, D. G. Harris, A. Q. McGregor, 
R. H. McNaught, T. L. Miskell, N. J. Rust Jr., J. P. 
White, A. T. Winslow. 

JSocial Service. C. G. Ruess. 

Statistics. A. L. Horst, R. F. Phelps. 

Stenography. H. B. Baldwin, W. W. Bellamy. 

Surgery. N. Allison, J. D. Barney, L. Q. Beeley, G. 0. 
Clark, C. E. Fraunfelter, A. F. Griffiths, C. Harbeck, C. 
A. Holbrook, J. D. Keman Jr., B. J. O'Neill Jr., B. 
Sachs. 

Transportation. K. K. Carrick, W. F. Cram, J. S. Minary, 
H. S. Richardson, J. 0. Watson. 

Trusteeship. H. Morison, A. Rockwell. 

Unoccupied. B. F. Bell, E. G. Buttrick, C. G. Fitzgerald, B. 
Heard, R. B. Lee, B. W. Meddaugh, J. M. Raynolds, F. 
N. Reed, N. McL. Ruland, F. B. Smith Jr., G. W. 
Walter. 

Writing. L. J. Spalding, J. P. White. 

Unknown. W. B. Ayers, J. C. Campbell, I. J. Cross, G. G. 
Dewsnap, R. C. Dunning, D. J. Flaherty, J. P. Freeman, 
S. Higginson Jr., A. M. Holden, J. D. Horgan, H. B. 
Johnson, T. J. Elase, L. LaMaida, Hi H. Lancaster, J. 
H. Lee, H. B. Moore, W. J. Nagle, G. L. Richards, A. 
R. Smith, I. G. Webster. 



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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION 

ALABAMA 

Bimungham. P. T. Dow. 

ARIZONA 

Phoenix. J. H. Page. 
Tempe. J. P. Hall. 

CALIFORNIA 

Covina. E. E. Sanborn. 
El Centra. 0. V. Willson. ' 
Los Angeles. M. Stimson, C. T. Wright. 
Nordhoff. A. L. Dodge. 
Oaklnnd. C. H. McNary, C. G. Ruess. 
San Diego. B. J. O'Nem Jr. 

Sm Francisco. C. M. Brown, H. S. Elliot, W. H. Spauld- 
ing, P. Whitney. 

COLORADO 

Colorado Springs. Q. H. Albright. 

CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport. C. S. Qilman, H. M. Luscomb. 
Cornwall. N. McL. Buland. 
Essex. J. E. McGawley. 
(hiilford. A. A. Cobb Jr. 
Oreenwich. H. C. Polsom. 
Middletown. D. P. Drake. 
New Haven. H. M. Shartenberg. 
Stratford. P. E. Kutseher. 
Waterbury. P. T. Manning. 
WilUmantic. C. L. Adams. 

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DELAWARE 



Laurel, H. K. Fooks. 
Wilmington, M. B. Terbtiah. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington. W. H. AttwiU, R. W. Bliss, M. Churchill, C. 

B. Curtis, H. S. Gale, E. E. Goodhue, A. Hasbrouck, G. 
E. Hawkins, W. D. Lambert, A. E. Landry, B. Mac- 
Kaye, W. C. Mendenhall, W. Phillips, H. W. Smith, R. 
W. Stone. 

FLORIDA 

St, Petersburg. N. J. Rust Jr. 

GEORGIA 

Atlanta. P. Field, G. A. Towns, J. T. Williams. 

ILLINOIS 

Chicago. G. A. Anderegg, C. J. Anderson Jr., L. S. Antisdel, 
J. C. Bartlett, A. Boal, B. Chandler, F. B. Cher- 
ington, H. S. Coffin, W. W. Dixon, J. E. Fitz- 
Patrick, A. Pollansbee, H. M. Higinbotham, E. Mayer, 

C. Norton, J. J. Peckham, C. Runnells, B. W. Schwill, 
A. H. Shearer, H. D. Symonds, S. Woodworth. 

Elgin, J. W. McQueen. 
Elkhart, J. G. Oglesby. 
Evanston, W. Lichtenstein. 
Rock Falls. H. Davison. 
Wayne. W. S. Dunham. 

INDIANA 

Bedford. W. R. Martin. 
Indianapolis. S. A. Johnston. 

IOWA 

Dubuque. F. E. Bissell. 

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Geographical Distribution 

KAN8A8 

WicJUi<i. J. M. Hussej. 

KENTUCKY 

Lexington. A. G. McGregor. 

LotUsviUe. B. Kaufman, J. S. Minary, A. Robinson. 

MAINE 

Bangor. B. Brooks, W. P. Cram, H. K. Melcher, J. Wilson. 

Bath. J. C. Campbell. 

Preeport W. F. Porter. 

Kent's mu. A. I. Oliver. 

Newcastle. J. M. Glidden. 

Orono. G. A. Thompson. 

Portland. A. G. Donham. 

WaterviUe. L. E. Hilliard. 

MARYLAND 

Garrison P. 0. C. Q. Fitzgerald. 
Riverview. J. S. Bigelow Jr. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

AUston. H. L. Rothenberg. 
Andover. J. H. Morss. 
Bedford. B. K. Whiton. 

Boston. P. A. Atherton, N. F. Ayer, L. T. Baker, H. B. 
Baldwin, J. D. Barney, H. W. Bamum, T. R. Bateman,. 

F. G. Bauer, W. L. Beardsell, W. W. Bellamy, P. P. 
Bennett Jr., W. De P. Bigelow, C. M. Bill, R. de B. 
Boardman, R. P. Bolle^ H. K. Boutwell, G. P. Bowler,. 
L. Brainerd, T. D. Brown, J. H. Bufford, P. W. Buxton, 
J. H. Cabot 2d, A. M. Chandler, L. W. Chandler, H. 
M. Chase, A. S. Clark, G. 0. Clark, L. K. Clark^ 

G. E. Clement, J. S. Cochrane, W. L. Collins, J. P. 
Costa, J. J. Curran, H. W. Dana, A. Davis, G. W. Davis,. 
P. W. Doherty, H. P. R. Dolan, A. Drinkwater, G. H. 

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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

Dustin, B. E. Eames, P. W. Eaton, P. A. Edmands, 
W. Edmunds, W. P. Ellis, D. Estes, 0. D. Evans, W. R. 
Evans Jr., W. P. Everts, M. Pabyan, J. C. Parquhar, 
J. P. ParreU, H. H. Piske, S. S. Pitzgerald, C. S. 
Porbes, R. S. Porbes, E. S. Poster, H. L. Prench, R. A. 
Garrison, E. H. (Jeorge, A. M. Goodridge, A. C. Gould, 
E. D. Gould, E. H. Graham, E. T. P. Graham, C. L. Hard- 
ing, C. Hardon, J. B. Hawes 2d, T. R. Hawley, C. R. 
Hayes, E. Heard, R. C. Heath, C. S. Hebard, P. L. 
Higginson Jr., T. T. Hinkley, C. Hobbs, B. Hollings, 
A. W. Hollis, G. P. Howe, 0. Howes, L. How- 
land, G. G. Hubbard, J. C. C. Johnston, P. B. 
Jjake, S. W. Lewis, H. Linenthal, G. S. MacPar- 
land, G. S. R. McLean, H. E. Marean, G. H. Mifflin Jr., 
H. Morison, H. W. Moses, E. W. Owen, A. E. Pecker, T. 
W. Peirce, R. P. Phelps, R. E. Pope, M. Reed, A. N. Rice, 
A. L. Richards, J. A. Richards, H. S. Richardson, J. L. 
Saltonstall, E. J. Sanderson, A. R. Sargent, H. L. Seaver, 
T. M. Shaw, W. L. Shaw, K. Sherburne, W. B. Skill- 
ings, S. B. Snow, S. B. Southworth, H. B. Stanton, 
P. H. Stevens, A. E. Stoddard, A. Sturgis, P. B. 
Talbot, C. R. Taylor, C. H. Tilton, C. M. Underwood Jr., 
H. A. Wadleigh, P. DeW. Washburn, H. W. Welch, C. 
P. Wellington, S. G. Wellington, E. C. Wheeler Jr., E. 
J. Whittier, H. D. Wiggin Jr., R. B. Wiggin, P. M. 
Wilder, D. L. Williams. 

Brookline. H. P. Armington, A. B. Dunning, R. A. Sanborn, 
C. H. Taylor, G. W. Walter, P. Wyman 2d. 

Cambridge, K. S. Barnes, P. Barry, P. 0. Bartlett, G. H. 
Bunton, W. R. Castle Jr., R. D. Crane, R. 0. Dalton, 
J. P. Downey, A. P. Downing, A. P. Pitch, B. A. G. 
Puller, A. S. Gilman, L. C. Graton, A. Harris, W. C. 
Heilman, G. R. Osborne, P. J. Sachs, P. N. Reed, A. M. 
Tozzer, H. A. Yeomans. 

Charlestown, W. H. Bonelli, W. L. Harrington, G. W. 
Presby. 

Chelsea. G. B. Penwick, H. Johnson, A. R. Smith, E. H. 
Smith. 

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Geographical Distribution 

Chestnut Hill H. L. Ewer, T. L. Miskell. 

Clinton, G. P. Fallon. 

Concord. B. E. Jones, Q. P. Root. 

Concord Junction. E. P. Looghlin. 

Deerfield. A. N. Puller. 

Dorchester. H. Bisbee. 

Everett. J. H. Cla^, R. W. McAUester. 

Pail River. P. R. Greene. 

PayviUe. A. E. Wright. 

Pitchburg. P. X. Morrill. 

Gloucester. R. P. Parsons, H. H. Smith. 

Greenfield. A. S. Hawks. 

Oroton. E. Gray. 

Haverhill. C. A. Holbrook. 

Hopedale. C. S. Thayer. 

Hyannis. C. H. Morrill. 

Jamaica Plain. E. M. East, A. T. Winslow. 

Lawrence. L. G. Beeley, P. E. Sanders, I. W. Sargent. 

Lexington. W. L. Barnes. 

Lowell. E. G. Buttriek, D. J. Plaherty. 

Ludlow. S. Stevens. 

Lynn. H. R. Mayo. 

Manchester. P. P. Clark. 

MUford. G. W. Billings. 

Milton. P. P. Chase. 

Mittineagtte. L. Warren. 

Nahant. J. E. Lodge. 

Natick. R. L. Reed. 

New Bedford. E. Grinnell, A. G. Mason. 

Newburyport. M. Emery Jr. 

Newton. K. Winslow. 

North Adams. W. N. Johnson. 

North Andover. S. P. Rockwell. 

JVorfA J-^^i^feoro. H. W. Mason. 

Orange. P. H. Train. 

Quincy. C. A. Howland, P. H. Steenstra. 

Reading. R. R. Kent. 

Salem. R. M. Mahoney, W. G. Phippen. 

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Class op 1900 — ^Fourth Report 

Shirley. G. P. Campbell. 
SomerviUe. J. F. Cole, H. H. Morse. 
South Hanson. O. E. F. Lentine. 
Spencer. C. N. Prouty Jr. 
Springfsld. W. A. Hoslej. 
Stockbridge. W. P. Eaton. 
Sunderland. C. Moline. 

Waltham. C. Bell, C. W. Goodrich, C. G. Herbert. 
Webster. L. J. Spalding. 
WeUesley HiUs. E. H. Fay. 
Weston. F. E. Smith Jr. 
WUUamstoivn. R. W. Stebbins. 
Winchendon. A. D. Converse. 
Wiwhester. T. J. Klase. 
Wobum. E. Johnson. 

Worcester. W. A. Buxton, F. H. Danker, R. L. Mason, R. 
G. Pratt, F. C. Smith Jr. 

MICHIGAN 

Ann Arbor. E. L. Adams. 

Battle Creek. R. Hoe. 

Detroit. E. S. Bennett, F. C. Kidner, C. S. Oakman, C. H. 

Taylor. 
HoUand. B. Elias, F. G. Waide. 
Ishpeming. L. Eaton. 
St. Joseph. J. 0. Wells. 
WatervUet. E. W. Meddaugh. 

MINNESOTA 

Minneapolis. F. K Butters, W. S. Davis, W. Holsinger, R. 

R. Price. 
St. Paul. W. B. McC. Flandrau. 

MISSOURI 

Columbia. J. Warshaw. 

Liberty. R. H. Tukey. 

St. Louis. N. Allison, P. Blackwelder, M. M. Bryant, D. F. 

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Geogbaphical Distribution 

Davis, L. M. Dougan, S. P. Qoddard, A. Grossman, B. 
C. Hatch, J. H. HoUiday, E. Mallinckrodt Jr., C. H. 
Morrill, E. Sachs, E. W. Stix. 

MONTANA 

Butte. J. B. Gore. 
Helena. H. G. Parchen. 

NEBRASKA 

Omaha. W. M. Rainbolt. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Concord. R. J. Graves. 

Keene. K. McG. Martin. 

Lancaster. H. B. Smith. 

Manchester. H. G. Clough, L. B. Wyman. 

Meredith. C. J. Lane. 

Peterborough. D. Parrington. 

NEW JERSEY 

Bloomfield. G. A. Whittemore. 
Bownd Brook. H. C. Pierce. 
Camden. E. L. Dudley. 
Maplewood. W. L. Holt. 
Newark. F. H. Beals. 
Plainfield. H. R. Hubbard, F. S. Lewin. 
Princeton. E. Gary, 0. Veblen. 
South Orange. F. C. Todd. 
Trenton. H. C. Boynton. 

NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque. E. H. Hammond, J. M. Raynolds. 

NEW YORK 

Albany. S. L. Munson Jr., T. Ordway, C. Osborne. 
Auburn. E. F. Metcalf, H. G. Robinson. 
Brockport. L. B. Shay. 

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Class of 1900— Fourth Bbpobt 

Brooklyn. M. W. Barber, H. J. Davenport, A. P. Griffiths, 
B. Hunt, J. M. Johnson, J. F. Morrison. 

Buffalo, h. S. Seals, A. LeR. Becker, C. Bock, C. B. Hersey, 
E. H. Moeller, L. G. 0. Smith, J. P. White. 

CoflMum. E. B. Hilliard. 

EndicoU. E. Spalding. 

lihaca. F. M. Smith. 

New York. J. A. Abom, H. J. Alexander, W. C. Arensberg, 
S. M. Becker, E. B. Bedford, S. P. Beebe, B. F. Bell, N. 
Biddle, E. C. BoUing, H. S. Bowers, L. B. Brown, P. F. 
Brown, W. M. Chadbourne, W. S. Clough, B. Cohen, 
E. Cook, T. Crimmins, E. J. Davis, H. T. Van- 
Densen, F. J. Dowd, C. D. Draper, J. S. Dunstan, 
E. B. Earle, T. H. Eaton, H. FitzGerald, G. W. Fleming, 
Gerry, A. F. Gotthold, H. A. Guiler, P. S. Hall, W. 
Hampden, C. Harbeck, A. E. Harris, D. G. Harris, C. 
Hatch, W. C. Hess, A. S. Hills, D. C. Hirsch, A. B. 
Holden, J. H. Holmes, F. G. Hopkins, A. L. Horst, H. S. 
Howard, H. L. Hughes, E. Ingraham, C. E. Irwin Martin, 
H. E. Johnson, E. W. Kauflfman, J. D. Keman Jr., F. H. 
Kirmayer, L. C. Ledyard Jr., J. H. Lee, H. V. H. Lewis, 
J. P. Locke, J. C. Lord, W. P. Madeod, E. H. McNaught, 
M. Mills, E. M. Montchyk, H. DuB. B. Moore, W. Morrow, 
G. Nichols, C. E. Nixdorff, G. S. Parker, H. Parker, Q. 
LeE. Perry, E. P. Perry, P. B. Philipp, E. Pulitzer, 
P. E. Eiemann, J. B. G. Einehart, E. E. Eumery, 
S. G. Salomon, J. P. Sanborn Jr., D. Scott, W. N. 
Seaver, B. T. Shertzer, F. H. Simonds, C. H. Smoot, 
H. A. Stickney, M. Sullivan, C. 0. Swain, H. Tappin, 
N. W. Tilton, J. N. Trainer Jr., I. J. Uhrich, H. Ward, 
E. E. Wheeler, C. S. White, E. E. Whiting, T. N. Whit- 
ney, F. Wilcock, G. H. WUder, N. E. Willard, L. 
Williams. 

Niagara FaUs. A. G. Porter. 

Rochester. F. G. Barry, A. J. Wile. 

Syracuse. C. J. Kullmer, H. L. Leiter. 

Utica. A. V. Brower, M. Lowery. 

White Plains. F. F. Burr. 

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Gbog&aphigal Distribution 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Chapel Em. H. W. Starr. 
Ro€mohe Rapids. J. Taylor. 

OHIO 

Canton. B. Prannfelter. 

Cindnnati. H. A. Freiberg, B. Friedlander, M. Hirsch, R. 

M. McCurdy, M. Seasongood. 
Cleveland. R. M. Baxter, A. A. Beneech, L. Steam, W. G. 

Waitt. 
Toledo. H. S. Hirshberg. 

OKLAHOMA 

StiUwaier. W. B. Swinford. 

OREGON 

Medford. D. F. Carpenter. 
Portland. R. H. BUis. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allegheny. H. B. Moore. 

Bethlehem. C. E. Meschter. 

Bloomsburg. K. F. Wirt. 

CaUfomia. H. J. Colbum. 

Haverford. F. Palmer Jr. 

Lancaster. W. Morse. 

Letuisburg. F. G. Ballentine. 

MunhaU. R. H. Watson. 

Philadelphia. C. H. Bell, B. D. Bond, R. Haughton, R. S. 

Holland, H. H. Lowry, F. Rawle Jr., F. A. Thompson, 

H. P. Vaux. 
Pittsburgh. R. H. Johnson, G. C. Kimball, J. B. MacCloskey 

Jr., W. G. Mortland, H. G. Schleiter, G. J. Wright. 
Scranton. B. Buston, J. L. Givan. 
Warren. A. Rockwell. 

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Class of 1900— Foubth Bdobt 
hhode island 

Pawtticket. H. T. Dougherty. 

Providence. F. W. Aldred, C. P. Bacon, E. T. Bamefield, 
G. W. Harrington, A. L. Washburn. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Spartanbwrg, A. D. Watkins. 

TENNESSEE 

4JopperhiU. A. M. Fairlie. 
KnoxviUe. H. W. Sanford. 

TEXAS 

AiisHn. F. L. Jewett. 

El Paso. B. F. Manahan. 

S(m Antonio. I. S. Eahn, A. M. Holden. 

XJTAH 

JSalt Lake City. W. S. MeComick, F. W. Reynolds. 

VERMONT 

BvrUngton. A. B. Myrick. 
Richford. S. R. Boright. 
West TopshcMi. J. Flanders. 

VIRGINIA 

Dixondale. S. C. Wolcott. 
Edlow. F. 0. Byrd. 
Forest. C. R. Woods. 
Warrenton. R. R. Barrett. 

WASHINGTON 

AiMcortes. C. Q. Adams. 
Everett. K K. Carrick. 
North Yakima. C. B. Klise. 

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Geographical Distribution 

Seattle, F. N. Chessman. 
Spokane. £. £. Sargeant. 
Tacoma. M. Davis, F. W. Lane. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Elkins. D. Blkins. 
Fairmont. J. 0. Watson. 

WISCONSIN 

Beloit. H. W. Dub6e. 

Madison, H. W. Ballantine. 

MUivaukee, A. Corstvet, G. Manierre 3d, F. H. Stedman. 

South Milwaukee, G. A. Morison. 

West Allis, H. W. Wallace. 

ALASKA 

Ketchikan, W. W. Rush. 

AUSTRALIA 

Sydney, R. S. Moore. 

CANADA 

Cobalt (Ontario), R. Livermore. 

MarysviUe (New Brunswick), L. E. Rowley. 

Montreal (Quebec). F. M. Buckland. 

Red Deer (Alberta), W. A. Moore. 

St, John (New Brunswick), G. F. Furlong. 

St, Stephen (New Brunswick). J. P. Cobb. 

Toronto (Ontario), C. Humphrey, A. J. Thomson. 

Victoria (British Columbia). J, F. Mosby. 

ENGLAND 

London, J. Brewer, H. L. Hunt, C. Wiener. 

FRANCE 

Paris. C. P. Hatch. 

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Class op 1900— Fourth Bspobt 

GERMANY 

Fr(mkftirt-ofirMain. R. E. Lee. 

HAWAII 

Honoltiiu. A. L. Dean. 

INDIA 

Calcutta. E. C. Carter. 

ITALY 

Rome. P. A. Jay. 

MEXICO 

Chilhudhua. J. W. Piper. 
Mexico City. J. 0. Emerson. 

PHILIPPINE I8LAND6 

Manila. S. E. Roberts. 

PORTO RICO 

Cayey. W. H. Armstrong. 
Central Aguirre. M. L. McCarthy. 

UNKNOWN 

W. B. Ayers, L. LeG. Burley, J. A. Child, I. J. Cross, 
G. G. Dewsnap, R. C. Dunning, J. P. Freeman, S. Hig- 
ginson Jr., J. D. Horgan, L. LaMaida, H. H. Lancaster, 
W. J. Nagle, G. L. Richards, H. E. Stephenson, I. G. 
Webster. 



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ADDRESSES 

Where two addressee are given the first is the business ad- 
dress, the second the home address. 

James Anthony Aborn, 

95 William St., New York, N. Y. 

267 West 79th St., New York, N. Y. 
Charles Lawrence Adams, 

St. Paul's Church, Willimantic, Conn. 

220 Valley St., Willimantic, Conn. 
Charles Quincy Adams, 

Anacortes, Wash. 
Edward Larrabee Adams, 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

1333 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Guy Harry Albright, 

Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Col. 

1523 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Col. 
Frederick William Aldred, 

291-97 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 

42 Adelphi Ave., Providence, R. I. 
Henry James Alexander, 

143 West 40th St., New York, N. Y. 

25 Westchester Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 
Nathaniel Allison, 

Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Gustavus Adolphus Andere^, 

Western Electric Co., Hawthorne Station, Chicago, 

111. 

339 Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park, 111. 
Charles John Anderson, Jr., 

Export Dept., Lyon & Healy, Wabash Ave. and 

Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

67 Smith St., Quincy, Mass. 

493 



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Class of 1900 — ^Fourth Report 

Lloyd Sterling Antisdel, 

Care of Bishop Calculating Recorder Co., Room 

700, 72 W. Adams St., Chicago, lU. 
Walter Conrad Arensberg, 

33 West 67th St., New York, N. Y. 
Hervey Foster Armington, 

80 Warren St., Brighton, Mass. 

26 Salisbury Road, Brookline, Mass. 
William Henry Armstrong, 

Henry Barracks, Cayey, Porto Rico. 
Percy Arad Atherton, 

30 State St., Boston, Mass. 

7 Charles River Square, Boston, Mass. 
William Henry Attwill, 

U. S. Patent OflBce, Div. 25, Washington, D. C. 

1015 N St., (The Alabama), Washington, D. C. 
Nathaniel Farwell Ayer, 

70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

518 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
William Burton Ayers, 

Unknown. 
Charles FuUerton Bacon, 

Care of Scale and Supply Co., 125 Washington St., 

Providence, R. I. 

284 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, R. I. 
Leslie Talbot Baker, 

37 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

23 Sabin St., Providence, R. I. 
Henry Brown Baldwin, 

31 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 
Henry Winthrop Ballantine, 

University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wis. 

168 Prospect Ave., Madison, Wis. 
Floyd George Ballentine, 

Taylor St., Lewisburg, Pa. 
Major William Barber, 

46-48 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

191 Leflferts Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
494 



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Ralph Tillinghast Bamefield, 

48 Custom House St, Providence, R. I. 

97 Summit St., Pawtucket, R. I. 
Karl Schenek Barnes, 

719 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

33 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
William Lester Barnes, 

362 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, Mass. 
James Bellinger Barney, 

374 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 

80 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 
Hendrick Ware Bamum, 

1104 Pemberton Building, Boston, Mass. 

199 Chapman St., Canton, Mass. 
Richard Rice Barrett, 

Warrenton, Va. 
Frederic Gaflfney Barry, 

668 Mount Hope Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

706 Mount Hope Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 
Phillips Barry, 

83 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Frederick Orin Bartlett, 

8 Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 
Josiah Calef Bartlett, 

35 North Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

2739 Pine Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Thomas Robert Bateman, 

524 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. 

8 Myrtle St., Winchester, Mass. 
Frederic Gilbert Bauer, 

50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

236 Pleasant St., S. Weymouth, Mass. 
Rex Mitchell Baxter, 

612 Caxton Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

12211 Hessler Road, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frederick Hall Beals, 

Barringer High School, Newark, N. J. 

284 Clifton Ave., Newark, N. J. 

495 



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Class op 1900 — Fourth Bspobt 

Lynn Staley Beals, 

835 Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
William Lee Beardsell, 

19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

19 Merriam St., Lexington, Mass. 
Alfred LeRoy Becker, 

834 Prudential Building, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Touraine Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Sherbum Merrill Becker, 

60 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Beluord Apartments, 86th St., and Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 
Russell Booth Bedford, 

149 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

307 North Fullerton Ave., Montdair, N. J. 
Silas Palmer Beebe, 

414 Bast 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

17 East 38th St., New York, N. Y. 
Leon Gage Beeley, 

145 Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 
Bertrand FaugSres Bell, 

Care of Farmers Loan and Trust Co., 22 Williams 

St., New York, N. Y. 

Blmridge Farm, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Charles Herbert Bell, 

4th and Market Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

1314 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Conrad Bell, 

820 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 
William Woolsey Bellamy, 

130 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

17 Bowdoin Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Alfred Abraham Benesch, 

207 City Hall, Cleveland, Ohio. 

7515 Lagrange Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Edward Sherman Bennett, 

116 Griswold St., Detroit, Mich. 

286 Seminole Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
496 



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Addresses 

Franklin Pierce Bennett, Jr., 

530 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Sangus, Mass. 
Nicholas Biddle, 

23 West 26th St., New York, N. Y. 

50 East 76th St., New York, N. Y. 
Joseph Smith Bigelow, Jr., 

Snug Harbor Farm, Riverview, Anne Arundel C!o., 

Md. 
William DeFord Bigelow, 

127 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Mass. 
Carroll Meredith Bill, 

577 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

91 HoUis Ave., Braintree, Mass. 
George William Billings, 

21 Exchange St., Milford, Mass. 

156 Congress St., Milford, Mass. 
Harold Bisbee, 

High School, Dorchester, Mass. 

11 Hudson St., Mattapan, Mass. 
Frederick Ezekiel Bissell, 

H. B. Glover Co., Dubuque, la. 

87 Fenelon Place, Dubuque, la. 
Paul Blackwelder, 

Public Library, 13th and Olive Sts., St. Louis, Mo. 

1275 Hamilton Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Robert Woods Bliss, 

Care of State Dept., Washington, D. C. 

6 East 65th St., New York, N. Y. 
Ayres Boal, 

122 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

789 Sheridan Road, Winnetka, 111. 
Richard DeBlois Boardman, 

56 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

925 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Charles Bock, 

530 W. Ferry St., Buffalo, N. Y. 
497 



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Class op 1900— Fourth Report 

Beginald Fairfax BoUes, 

30 Ipswich St., Boston, Mass. 
Raynal Cawthorne Boiling, 

71 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Dublin Road, Greenwich, Conn. 
Earl Danford Bond, 

Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

4401 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Walter Hood Bonelli, 

Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass. 

11 Gbrham St., Allston, Mass. 
Sheldon Rutherford Boright, 

Richford, Vt. 
Horace Keith Boutwell, 

416 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 
Henry Smith Bowers, 

Goldman, Sachs and Co., 60 Wall St., New York, 

N. Y. 
George Pendleton Bowler, 

Care of Harvey H. Pratt, 40 Court St., Boston, Mass. 
Henry Cook Boynton, 

Care of John A. Roebling's Sons Co., Trenton, N. J. 

935 Carteret Ave., Trenton, N. J. 
Lawrence Brainerd, 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

7 Arborway Court, Forest Hills, Mass. 
James Brewer, 

Care of Amalgam, Ltd., 172 Great Portland St., 

London W., England. 

** Maryland/' Ledboro' Lane, Beaconsfield, England. 
Bartlett Brooks, 

16 North Park St., Bangor, Me. 

15 Columbia St., Bangor, Me. 
Abram Vedder Brower, 

306 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 
Caspar Mifflin Brown, 

268 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 

2673 California St., San Francisco, Cal. 

498 



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Addresses 

Lewis Blanchard Brown, 

43 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. 

103 East 86th St., New York, N. Y. 
Paul Feme Brown, 

Clark and Dominick Sts., New York, N. Y. 

7 Berry St., Hackensack, N. J. 
Thomas Dalton Brown, 

218 Northampton St., Boston, Mass. 

82 Humboldt Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 
Max Miiller Bryant, 

7 Vandeventer Place, St. Louis, Mo. 
Frank Merton Buckland, 

701 New Birke Building, Montreal, P. Q., Can. 

West Hartford, Conn. 
John Henry Buflford, 

1924 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 

390 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
George Herbert Bunton, 

243 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 

380 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 
Leo LeGay Burley, 

Unknown. 
Freeman Foster Burr, 

149 Waller Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 
Frederic King Butters, 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

815 South Seventh St., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Ernest Gates Buttrick, 

307 WUder St., Lowell, Mass. 
Francis William Buxton, 

154 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

29 Sutherland Road, Brookline, Mass. 
Walter Azro Buxton, 

40 Central St, Worcester, Mass. 

398 Lincoln St., Worcester, Mass. 
Francis Otway Byrd, 

Edlow, Prince George Co., Va. 
John Higginson Cabot, 2d, 

499 



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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

30 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. 

21 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass, 
George Peter Campbell, 

Industrial School for Boys, Shirley, Mass. 
James Chase Campbell, 

743 Washington St., Bath, Me. 
Dunbar Ferdinand Carpenter, 

Medford, Ore. 
Krickel Kemer Carrick, 

Comer Colby and Pacific Aves., Everett, Wash. 

2310 Hoyt Ave., Everett, Wash. 
Edward Clark Carter, 

9 Russell St., Calcutta, India. 

86 College St., Calcutta, India. 
Ernest Cary, 

16 South West College, Princeton, N. J. 

Neligh, Neb. 
William Richard Castle, Jr., 

3 Gray's Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

243 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
William Merriam Chadbourne, 

32 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. 

37 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Albert Minot Chandler, 

701 Barristers Hall, Boston, Mass. 

269 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Buckingham Chandler, 

56 West Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

33 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. 
Langdon Wild Chandler, 

531 John Hancock Building, Boston, Mass. 

9 Hancock St., Aubumdale, Mass. 
Herbert Mann Chase, 

84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

59 Lakewood Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. 
Philip Putnam Chase, 

Milton Acadmy, Milton, Mass. 

241 Highland St., Milton, Mass. 
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Addresses 

Frank Barnes Cherington, 

University of Chicago, 115 Maroon Heights, Chicago, 

lU. 
Prank Newhall Chessman, 

1010 Cobb Building, Seattle, Wash. 

909 Boylston Ave. North, Seattle, Wash. 
John Allan Child, 

Unknown. 
Marlborough Churchill, 

War Dept., Washington, D. C. 

The Woodward, Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C. 
James Henry Clagg, 

School Dept., Everett, Mass. 

101 Bradford St., Everett, Mass. 
Alfred Sinclair Clark, 

275 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

5 Cutler Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Francis Philip Clark, 

Care of National Shawmut Bank, Boston, Mass. 

Manchester, Mass. 
George Oliver Clark, 

295 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

142 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Lyman Kenneth Clark, 

807 Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 

Ayer, Mass. 
George Edwards Clement, 

43 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

275 Warren St., Boston, Mass. 
Harry Gilman Clough, 

Beacon Building, 814 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 

William Stocker Clough, 

26 Exchange Pla^se, New York, N. Y. 

Harvard Club, 27 West 44th St., New York, N. Y. 
Albert Adams Cobb Jr. 

Guilford, Conn. 

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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

John Pierpont Cobb, 

Care Ganong Bros., St. Stephen, N. B. • 

St. Stephen, N. B. 
James Sullivan Cochrane, 

257 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Henry Spaulding Cofi^, 

311 The Rookery, Chicago, 111. 

603 Elm St., Winnetka, 111. 
Bernhard Cohen, 

315 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

801 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Harry Justin Colburn, 

Southwestern State Normal School, California, Pa. 
John Felt Cole, 

136 Perkins St., Somerville, Mass. 
Walter Leo Collins, 

10 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

445 Washington St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Atherton Darling Converse, 

101 Jackson Ave., Winchendon, Mass. 
170 Front St., Winchendon, Mass. 

Edward Cook, 

425 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Alexander Corstvet, 

553 28th Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Joseph Foxe Costa, 

Wm. Filene Sons Co., 416 Washington St., Boston, 



11 Garden St., Medford, Mass. 

Wingate Franklin Cram, 

Graham Building, Bangor, Me. 

41 Broadway, Bangor, Me. 

Russell Day Crane, 

42 Prospect St., Cambridge, Mass. 
162 Lakeview Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

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Addresses 

Thomas Grimmins, 

444 East 69th St., New York, N. Y. 

55 East 77th St., New York, N. Y. 

Noroton, Conn. 
Irving John Cross, 

Unknown. 
Joseph John Curran, 

Custom House, Boston, Mass. 

224 Cherry St., West Newton, Mass. 
Charles Boyd Curtis, 

Care of Dept. of State, Washington, D. C. 

Bantam, Conn. 
Robert Osborne Dalton, 

14 Centre St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Harold Ward Dana, 

483 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

121 Centre St., Brookline, Mass. 
Frederick Harrison Danker, 

St. Luke's Church, Worcester, Mass. 

8 Ivanhoe Road, Worcester, Mass. 
Henry Joralemon Davenport, 

375 Pearl St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

253 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Aaron Davis, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Nahant, Mass. 
Dwight Pilley Davis, 

220 Security Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

16 Portland Place, St. Louis, Mo. 
Oeorge Weston Davis, 

35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

86 Clifton St., Belmont, Mass. 
Minot Davis, 

P. 0. Box 1607, Tacoma, Wash. 

701 North E St, Tacoma, Wash. 
Royal Jenkins Davis, 

**The Evening Post,'' 20 Vesey St., New York, N. Y. 

2293 Sedgwick Ave., New York, N. Y. 
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Class op 1900— Fourth Bepobt 

William Steams Davis, 

Library 109, State University, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1004 7th St., S. £., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Herbert Davison, 

Bock Falls, 111. 
Arthur Lyman Dean, 

College of Hawaii, Honolulu, T. H. 

2230 Kamehameha Ave, Honolulu, T. H. 
Herman True van Deusen, 

Care of W. R. Grace & Co., Hanover Square, New 

York, N. Y. 

569 West 150th St., New York, N. Y. 
George Gibbes Dewsnap, 

Unknown. 
William Warren Dixon, 

940 The Rookery, Chicago, 111. 

445 Roslyn Place, Chicago, 111. 
Avard Longley Dodge, 

Thacher School, Nordhoff, Cal. 
Francis Webster Doherty, 

807 Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 

171 Hemenway St., Boston, Mass. 
Harry Francis Roby Dolan, 

519 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. 

390 Huron Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Albert Grenville Donham, 

390 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

92 Pine St., Portland, Me. 
Lewis Matthew Dougan, 

5329 Columbia Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

3959 Botanical Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Harold Taylor Dougherty, 

Deborah Cook Sayles Public Library, Pawtucket, 

R. L 

48 Grove St., Pawtucket, R. I. 
Walter Hampden Dougherty (now Walter Hampden). 
Frederick Thompson Dow, 

3328 Cliff Road, Birmingham, Ala. 
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Addbbssbs 

Francis Joseph Dowd, 

Care of Harper & Bros., 325 Pearl St., New York,. 

N. Y. 

271 Windsor Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jeremiah Francis Downey, 

City Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

211 Elm St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Andrew Francis Downing, 

335 Huron Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Durant Drake, 

Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. 

186 High St., Middletown, Conn. 
Charles Dana Draper, 

111 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

125 East 36th St., New York, N. Y. 
Arthur Drinkwater, 

59 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. 

50 Buckingham St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Henry William Dub^e, 

Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. 

632 Church St., Debit, Wis. 
Edward Lawrence Dudley, 

33 North Second St., Camden, N. J. 

The Grange, Camden, N. J. 
Wirth Stewart Dunham, 

Wayne, DuPage Co., 111. 
Albert Beach Dunning, 

43 Druce St., Brookline, Mass. 
Ralph Cheever Dunning, 

Unknown. 
James Samuel Dunstan, 

42 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Cedarhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 
George Henry Dustin, 

100 Condor St., East Boston, Mass. 

7 Pearl St., Somerville, Mass. 

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Class op 1900 — ^Poubth Report 

Burton Edward Eames, 

Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

1223 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 
Baymond Bartlett Earle, 

Hunter College, 68th St. and Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 

65 Mayflower Ave., New Bochelle, N. Y. 
Edward Murray East, 

Bussey Institute, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

87 Robinwood Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Frederick William Eaton, 

60 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

11 Elm St., Concord, Mass. 
Lucien Eaton, 

Cliffs Shaft Mine, Ishpeming, Mich. 

708 Cleveland Ave., Ishpeming, Mich. 
Theodore Hildreth Eaton, 

Teachers' College, New York, N. Y. 

Gilmanton, N. H. 
Walter Prichard Eaton, 

Stockbridge, Mass. 
Frank Albert Edmands, 

87 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
William Edmunds, 

35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

19 Eaton Court, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Edward Elias, 

Hope College, Holland, Mich. 
Davis Elkins, 

Elkins, West Va. 
Harry Stanton Elliot, 

301 Flatiron Building, 544 Market St., San Fran. 

Cisco, Cal. 

479 Washington St., New York, N. Y. 
Robert Hale Ellis, 

1011 Corbett Building, Portland, Ore. 

1530 East Taylor St., Portland, Ore. 
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Addresses 

Walter Fred Ellis, 

Care of Baker, Ayling Co., 50 Congress St., Boston, 

Mass. 

Lancaster, Mass. 

John Orne Emerson, 

American Club, Mexico City, Mexico, or Ventanas, 

Durango, Mexico. 

323 Main St., Jackson, Mich. 
Manning Emery Jr., 

Federal St., Newburyport, Mass. 

2 Toppan's Lane, Newburyport, Mass. 
Dana Estes, 

53 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

23 Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass. 
Edwin Euston, 

500 Penn Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

900 Clay Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Owen David Evans, 

High School of Commerce, Boston, Mass. 

55 Brooksdale Boad, Boston, Mass. 
Wilmot Roby Evans Jr., 

35 Congress St, Boston, Mass. 

31 Hancock St., Everett, Mass. 
William Paine Everts, 

57 Equitable Building, Boston, Mass. 

41 Pilgrim Boad, Boston, Mass. 
Herbert Louis Ewer, 

Framingham, Mass. 

81 Spooner Boad, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Marshal Fabyan, 

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. 

379 Commonwealth Ave., Bostiyi, Mass. 
Andrew Miller Fairlie, 

Copperhill, Tenn. 
George Patrick Fallon, 

212 Sterling St., Clinton, Mass. 

507 



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John Chapman Farquhar, 

20 East St, Boston, Mass. 

28 Sargent St., Newton, Mass. 
John Frederick Farrell, 

8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

37 Long Ave., Allston, Boston, Mass. 
Derby Farrington, 

Peterborough, N. H. 
Edward Henry Fay, 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
George Benson Fenwick, 

24 Gardner St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Floyd Field, 

Georgia Technology, Atlanta, Ga. 

91 Bryan St., Atlanta, Qa. 
Herbert Huxley Fiske, 

85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Strathcona Hall, Charles River Boad, Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Albert Parker Fitch, 

Andover Theological Seminary, Francis Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

29 FoUen St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Charles Gait Fitzgerald, 

''Esperanza,'' Garrison P. 0., Md. 

Maryland Club, Baltimore, Md. 
Harold FitzGerald, 

21 So. WiUiam St, New York, N. Y. 

127 East 5th St., New York, N. Y. 
Stephen Salisbury FitzGerald, 

87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Weston, Mass. 
John Edward FitzPatrick, 

Longmans, Green Co., 323 East 23d St., Chicago, 111. 
Daniel Joseph Flaherty, 

130 Walker St., Lowell, Mass. 
John Flanders, 

West Topsham, Vt. 

608 



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Addresses 

William Blair McClure Plandrau, 

385 Pleasant Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 
George Watson Fleming, 

14 WaU St., New York, N. Y. 

Vanderbilt Hotel, Park Ave. and 34th St., New York, 

N. Y. 
Balph Folks, 

27 William St., New York, N. Y. 

1030 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Alanson FoUansbee, 

137 South La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

765 Willow St., Winnetka, 111. 
Harry Charles Folsom, 

High School, Greenwich, Conn. 

Oakland, Me. 
Harry Kendall Fooks, 

Laurel, Del. 
Charles Stewart Forbes, 

171 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

114 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Boger Sawyer Forbes, 

60 Virginia St., Boston, Mass. 
Martin Moore Fobs, 

239 West 39th St., New York, N. Y. 

Shippan Point, Conn. 
Edward Stratton Foster, 

494 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

92 Colberg Ave., West Roxbury, Mass. 
Henry Heywood Fox, 

11 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

414 Monterey Ave., Pelham Manor, N. Y. 
Clare Edwin Fraunfelter, 

435 Market Ave., South Canton, Ohio. 
Jacob Pool Freeman,' 

Unknown. 
Harry Abraham Freiberg, 

Dalton and Findlay Aves., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

751 Greenwood Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
509 



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Class of 1900 — Fourth Report 

Harold Lindol French, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

271 High St., Clinton, Mass. 
Edgar Friedlander, 

First National Bank Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

678 Gholson Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Arthur Sumner Friend, 

40 Exchange Place, New Yoi*, N. Y. 

Hotel Belleclaire, Broadway and 77th St., New York^ 

N. Y. 
Arthur Negus Fuller, 

Deerfield, Mass. 
Benjamin Apthorp Gould Fuller (formerly Apthorp Qould 

Fuller), 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Tween Waters, Sherbom, Mass. 
Gerald Fennell Furlong, 

378 Union St., St. John, N. B. 
Hoyt Stoddard Gale, 

1330 F St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

3802 Jocelyn St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Bhodes Anthony Garrison, 

35 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

181 Pine Ridge Road, Waban, Mass. 
Elijah Howard George, 

31 State St., Boston, Mass. 

25 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 
Robert Livingston Gerry, 

258 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Newport, R. I. 
Arthur Scott Gilman, 

49 Hawthorn St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Charles Scato Gilman, 

** Bridgeport Standard," Bridgeport, Conn. 
James Lemont Givan, 

International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, Pa. 
John Montfitchet Glidden, 

Newcastle, Me. 

610 



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Addresses 

Samuel Pearson Goddard, 

415 South 7th St., St Louis, Mo. 

6441 Cecil St., St. Louis, Mo. 
Edward Eldredge Goodhue, 

Care of Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. 

106 East 74th St., New York, N. Y. 
Charles Wilbur Goodrich, 

Waltham High School, Waltham, Mass. 

33 Linden St., Waltham, Mass. 
Arthur Minot €k)odridge, 

15 State St., Boston, Mass. 

1705 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
James Bancroft Gore, 

Montana State School of Mines, Butte, Mont. 

911A West Silver St., Butte, Mont. 
Arthur Frederick Gotthold, 

60 WaU St., New York, N. Y. 

162 West 54th St., New York, N. Y. 
Amasa Collins Gould, 

24 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

1704 Beacon St., Waban, Mass. 
Edgar Davis Gould, 

Care of Regal Shoe Co., 268 Summer St., Boston,. 

Mass. 

14 Vernon St., Abington, Mass. 
Edward Howland Graham, 

International Trust Co., 45 Milk St, Boston, Mass. 

30 Powell St., Brookline, Mass. 
Edward Thomas Patrick Graham, 

20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

160 Longwood Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Louis Caryl Graton, 

Geological Museum, Cambridge, Mass. 

10 Buckingham Place, Cambridge, Mass. 
Robert John Graves, 

4 North State St., Concord, N. H. 

3 North State St., Concord, N. H. 

611 



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Class op 1900 — ^Fourth Bepobt 

Edward Gray, 

Grotoiiy Mass. 
Poster Begnier Greene, 

40 Bedford St., Pall Biver, Mass. 

572 High St., Pall Biver, Mass. 
Albert Pamsworth Griffiths, 

1055 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Edmund Grinnell, 

32 Maple St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Angost Grossman, 

Soldan High School, St. Louis, Mo. 

8939 Buckeye Boad, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Henry Anderson Guiler, 

Boom 359 Post Office Building, New York, N. Y. 

612 West 137th St., New York, N. Y. 
James Prederick Hall, 

State Normal School, Tempe, Ariz. 

820 Willow Ave., Tempe, Ariz. 
Pliny Sterling Hall, 

95 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

11 High St., Orange, N. J. 
Ernest Harris Hammond, 

723 North 2d St., Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

702 North 5th St., Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
Walter Hampden (formerly Walter Hampden Dougherty), 

472 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Bidgefield, Conn. 
Charles Harbeck, 

220 West 87th St., New York, N. Y. 
Charles Lewis Harding, 

25 Arch St., Boston, Mass. 

Westfield St., Dedham, Mass. 
Cleveland Hardon, 

201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

51 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 
George Wheaton Harrington, 

Howard Building, Providence, B. I. 

Mattapoisett, Mass. 

512 



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Addresses 

Walter Leo Harrington, 

31 Monument Ave., Charlestown, Mass. 
Addis Emmet Harris, 

21 So. WiUiam St, New York, N. Y. 

1 East 51st St., New York, N. Y. 
Albert Harris, 

49 Gushing St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Duncan Gibert Harris, 

569 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

102 East 64th St., New York, N. Y. 
Alfred Hasbrouck, 

Care of Adj. Gen. U. S. Army, Washington, D. C. 

Fort Grant, Canal Zone. 
Charles Phillips Hatch, 

Morgan, Harjes & Co., 41 Boulevard Haussman, 

Paris, France. 

Villa Florence, Cannes, France. 

Newport, R. I. 
Cyril Hatch (formerly Cyril Henry Hatch), 

10 WaU St., New York, N. Y. 

178 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Roger Conant Hatch, 

Smith Academy, St. Louis, Mo. 

420 Lake Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Richard Haughton, 

434 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Valley Road, Paoli, Pa. 
John Bromham Hawes 2d, 

29 Gloucester St., Boston, Mass. 
Guy Edward Hawkins, 

825 14th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Arthur Stearns Hawks, 

P. 0. Box 20, Greenfield, Mass. 
Truman Ripley Hawley, 

73 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

26 Glen St., Maiden, Mass. 

513 



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Class op 1900 — Foubth Report 

Carlyle Bobinson Hayes, 

70 Eilby St., Boston, Mass. 
147 Kent St., Brookline, Mass. 

Edmund Heard, 

150 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Eeginald Gary Heath, 

511 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
Heath Hill, Brookline, Mass. 

Clinton Sidney Hebard, 

City Square, Boston, Mass. 

1315 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

William Clifford Heilman, 

41 Hawthorn St., Cambridge, Mass. 
222 Pine St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Carl Guy Herbert, 

73 Brown St., Waltham, Mass. 
Charles Brooks Hersey, 

Masten Park High School, Buffalo, N. Y. 

456 Potomac Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
William Charles Hess, 

32 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

57 Jefferson Boulevard, R. D., Prince Bay, N. Y, 
Harry Mortimer Higinbotham, 

1200 First National Bank Building, Chicago, HI. 

1506 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. 
Francis Lee Higginson Jr., 

44 State St., Boston, Mass. 

215 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Stephen Higginson Jr., 

Unknown. 
Edmund Bayfield Hilliard, 

Berkshire Industrial Farm, Canaan, N. Y. 
Louis Everett Hilliard, 

Edgemont Ave., Waterville, Me. 

7 Center St., Waterville, Me. 

514 



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Addresses 

Arthur Stedman Hills, 

2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. 

Bretton Hall, Broadway and 86th St., New York, 

N. Y. 
Thomas Thayer Hinkley, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

54 Carver Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. 
David Charles Hirsch, 

25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

312 West 93d St., New York, N. Y. 
Max Hirseh, 

S. W. Comer Third and Race Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

4015 Beechwood Ave., Rose Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Herbert Simon Hirshberg, 

Toledo Public Library, Toledo, Ohio. 

2305 Pulton St., Toledo, Ohio. 
Conrad Hobbs, 

18 Matthews St., Boston, Mass. 

318 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Mass. 
Robert Hoe, 

Duplex Printing Press Co., Battle Creek, Micb. 

Port Washington, N. Y. 
Charles Albert Holbrook, 

50 Merrimack St, Haverhill, Mass. 

388 Main St., Haverhill, Mass. 
Albert Miller Holden, 

San Antonio, Tex. 
Arthur Bates Holden, 

45 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

478 Berkeley Ave., South Orange, N. J. 
Rupert Sargent Holland, 

823 Witherspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

2006 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
John Hodgman HoUiday, 

506 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 

20 North Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo. 
Byam HoUings, 

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. 
515 



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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

Arthur Weston Hollis, 

85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

158 Central St., Aubumdale, Mass. 
Jonathan Hiller Holmes, 

111 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. 

630 West 147th St., New York, N. Y. 
Walter Holsinger, 

Plymouth Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

5101 Belmont Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
William Leland Holt, 

27 Highland Place, Maplewood, N. J. 
Pranklin Gibson Hopkins, 

Harvard Club, 27 West 44th St., New York, N. Y. 
John Dennis Horgan, 

Unknown. 
Andrew Light Horst, 

2629 Grand Central Station, New York, N. Y. 

431 Marlboro Road, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Walter Alexis Hosley, 

145 Clarendon St., Springfield, Mass. 
Harold Shafter Howard, 

27 West 44th St., New York, N. Y. 

Point Reyes Station, Cal. 
George Plummer Howe, 

29 Gloucester St., Boston, Mass. 

154 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Osborne Howes, 

60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Woodland Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Charles Allen Howland, 

Coddington St., Quincy, Mass. 

Dimmock St., Quincy, Mass. 
Llewellyn Howland, 

45 Batterymarch St., Boston, Mass. 

35 Allerton St., Brookline, Mass. 
"Gardiner Greene Hubbard, 

59 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. 

516 



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Addresses 

Henry Reed Hubbard, 

High School, Plainfield, N. J. 

112 West 9th St., Plainfield, N. J. 
Harold Lincoln Hughes, 

30 Church St., New York, N. Y. 

**Littlegrange," West High St., Bound Brook, N. J. 
Campbell Humphrey, 

68 King St. East, Toronto, Ont., Can. 

51 Woodlawn Ave. East, Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Herbert Leavitt Hunt, 

23 Portman St., London, W., England. 

Holmwood Lodge, Dorking, England. 
Robert Hunt, 

Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Co., Temple 

Bar Building, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
John Michel Hussey, 

155 South Rock Island Ave., Wichita, Kan. 

256 Roosevelt Ave., Wichita, Kan. 
Edward Ingraham, 

50 Leonard St., New York, N. Y. 

262 West 83d St., New York, N. Y. 
Peter Augustus Jay, 

American Embassy, Rome, Italy. 

Knickerbocker Club, New York, N. Y. 
Frank Leonard Jewett, 

2007 University Ave., Austin, Tex. 
Edward Johnson, 

349 Main St., Wobum, Mass. 
• 54 Warren Ave., Woburn, Mass. 
Herbert Ray Johnson, 

60 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

36 Washington Square, New York, N. Y. 
Horace Eugene Johnson, 

Care of Otis Merriam, 268 Washington Ave., Chelsea, 

Mass. 
Julius Munroe Johnson, 

400 Irving Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

77 Herkimer St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

517 



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Boswell Hill Johnsoiiy 

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

7012 WiUard St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
William Nelson Johnson, 

181 Church St., North Adams, Mass. 
John Charles Coolidge Johnston, 

Boom 421, 73 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

20 Tremlett St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Samuel Andrew Johnston, 

624 Hume-Mansur Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

2127 North Delaware St., Indianapolis, Ind, 
Beverly Earle Jones, 

Concord, Mass. 
Isidore Stanley Kiihn, 

521 Moore Building, San Antonio, Tex. 

432 West Magnolia Ave., San Antonio, Tex. 
Reginald Wright Kauffman, 

Care of Moffat, Yard & Co., 116-120 West 32d St., 

New York, N. Y. 

Summer: The Newlands, Cloughton, Scarborou^ 

England. 

Winter : Columbia, Pa. 
Benjamin Kaufman, 

429 4th Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

1443 3d Ave., Louisville, Ky. 
Ralph Revere Kent, 

West St. Nurseries, Reading, Mass. 

926 Main St., Melrose, Mass. 
John Devereux Keman Jr., 

156 East 64th St., New York, N. Y. 

719 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Frederic Clinton Kidner, 

Whitney Building, Detroit, Mich. 

701 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
Ckorge Cook Kimball, 

1223 Prick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1046 Beechwood Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

518 



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Addbesses 

Frank Henry Kirmayer, 

34 East 60th St, New York, N. Y. 

Grantwood and Bermardsville, N. J. 
Thomas Jefferson Klase, 

7 Webster St., Winchester, Mass. 
Clarence Eugene Klise, 

High School, North Yakima, Wash. 

601 Pleasant Ave., North Yakima, Wash. 
Charles Julius Eullmer, 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

505 University Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Fay Edgerton Kutscher, 

Stratford High School, Stratford, Conn. 
Frank Bourne Lake, 

178 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Louis La Maida, 

Unknown. 
Walter Davis Lambert, 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 

135 A St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 
Henry Hay Lancaster, 

Unknown. 
Aubrey Edward Landry, 

Catholic University, Washington, D. C. 

3624 13th St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 
Cornelius John Lane, 

Meredith, N. H. 

St. Augustine, Fla. 
Frederic Ware Lane, 

203 Bankers' Trust Building, Tacoma, Wash. 

320 North I St., Tacoma, Wash. 
Lewis Cass Ledyard Jr. 

54 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

64 East 73d St., New York, N. Y. 
Joseph Howard Lee, 

25 Pine St., New York, N. Y. 

Squantum, Mass. 

519 



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Robert Emmons Lee, 

(During the war), Care of Bethmann Bros., Beth- 

mann Strasse, Frankfurt on Main, Germany. 
Horace Louis Leiter, 

608 Bast Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

2 Onondaga Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Gaspare Emmanuel Lentine, 

Main St., South Hanson, Mass. 
Frank Spalding Lewin, 

Plainfield Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 
Howard Van Houten Lewis, 

30 Church St., New York, N. Y. 

1014 Prospect Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 
Samuel Watts Lewis, 

50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

32 Harvard Ave., Brookline, Mass. 
Walter Lichtenstein, 

Northwestern University Library, Evanston, HL 

2440 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 
Harry Linenthal, 

483 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

442 Warren St., Boxbury, Mass. 
Robert Livermore, 

Kerr Lake Mining Co., Ltd., Cobalt, Ontario, Can. 

Kerr Lake Mine, Cobalt, Ontario, Can. 
James Pillsbury Locke, 

103 East 125th St., New York, N. Y. 

119 Fisher Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 
John EUerton Lodge, 

Nahant, Mass. 
John Carlisle Lord, 

42 West 39th St., New York, N. Y. 

601 West 168th St., New York, N. Y. 
Edward Francis Loughlin, 

Lapham Building, Concord Junction, Mass. 

73 Central St., Concord Junction, Mass. 



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Marklove Lowery, 

Sunset Ave., Utica, N. Y. 

326 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 
Howard Haines Lowry, 

437 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Haverford, Pa. 
Henry Martin Luscomb, 

408 Bamum Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Ralph William McAUester, 

153 Linden St., Everett, Mass. 
Maurice Lawrence McCarthy, 

Central Aguirre, Porto Rico. 

30 Maple St., HaverhiU, Mass. 
James Edward MacCloskey Jr., 

Parmer's Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

6420 Beacon St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Willis Sylvester McComick, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Robert Morrill McCurdy, 

Mercantile Library, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Grenville Stanley MacParland, 

1 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

73 Puritan Road, Swampscott, Mass. 
John Ernest McGawley, 

Essex, Conn. 
Alfred Gay McGregor, 

341 Lexington Ave., Lexington, Ey. 
Benton MacKaye, 

Forest Service, Washington, D. C. 

Shirley, Mass. 
George Samuel Read McLean, 

292 Dorchester St., South Boston, Mass. 

2218 Massachusetts Ave., North Cambridge, 
William Preston Madeod, 

101 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. 

1654 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Charles Herbert McNary, 

1237 Myrtle St., Oakland, Cal. 

521 



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Boy Hyde McNaught, 

101 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Bayside, Long Island, N. Y. 
John Walter McQueen, 

167 Du Page St., Elgin, Dl. 

806 Highland Ave., Elgin, 111. 
Hohert Muhlig Mahoney, 

114 Washington St., Salem, Mass. 

14 Summer St, Salem, Mass. 
Edward Mallinckrodt Jr., 

3600 North Second St., St. Louis, Mo. 

16 Westmoreland Place, St. Louis, Mo. 
Robert Pulton Manahan, , 

711 Mills Building, El Paso, Tex. 

231 Edge Hill Road, East Milton, Ma43s. 
•George Manierre 3d, 

710 Manhattan Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

185 Parwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Frederick Theodore Manning, 

52 Bank St., Waterbury, Conn. 

14 Second Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 
Henry Endicott Marean, 

66 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

57 Payson Road, Belmont, Mass. 
•Clinton Richard Irwin Martin, 

Care of Lindley, 100 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

21 West 54th St., New York, N. Y. 
Kenneth McGeoch Martin, 

Kence's Farm, Westmoreland Road, Eeene, N. H. 

Westmoreland Road, Keene, N. H. 
William Roger Martin, 

Citizen's National Bank Building, Bedford, Ind. 

1221 14th St., Bedford, Ind. 
Albert Gardner Mason, 

Care of Whitman Mills, New Bedford, Mass. 

33 Maple St., New Bedford Mass. 

522 



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Addbessbs 

Harold Weston Mason, 

60 State St., Boston^ Mass. 

70 Church St., North Attleboro, Mass. 
Robert Levi Mason, 

21 Lincoln St., Worcester, Mass. 

25 Dayton St., Worcester, Mass. 
Elias Mayer, 

38 South Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 
5125 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 
Henry Rogers Mayo, 

333 Union St., Lynn, Mass. 

26 Red Rock St., Lynn, Mass. 
Elijah Wood Meddaugh, 

Paw Paw Lake, Watervliet, Mich. 
Henry Knights Melcher, 

Care of New Eng. Tel. and Tel. Co., Bangor, Me. 

16 Qarland St., Bangor, Me. 
Walter Curran Mendenhall, 

United States Geographical Survey, Washington, 

D. C. 

Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. 
Charles Krieble Meschter, 

27 North New St., Bethleham, Pa. 
Edwin Mint Metcalf , 

70 South St., Auburn, N. Y. 
George Harrison Mifflin Jr., 

Houghton Mifflin Co., 4 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

85 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 
Mountfort Mills, 

54 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

327 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 
James Stephens Minary, 

966 South Second St, Louisville, Ky. 
Thomas Lawrence Miskell, 

Newton St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Bduard Heine Moeller, 

392 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

523 



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Charles Moline, 

Main St., Sunderland, Mass. 
Edward Maurice Montchyk, 

463 West St., New York, N. Y. 

51 Rue Stephanie, Antwerp, Belgium. 
Henry Du Bois Bailey Moore, 

1 West 72d St., New York, N. Y. 
Howard Burton Moore, 

712 Bast Diamond St., Allegheny, Pa. 
Ralph Spencer Moore, 

387 George St., Sydney, N. S. W., Australia. 

Tamar, Green St., Cremome, Sydney, Australia. 
William Addison Moore, 

Western (Jeneral Electric Co., Red Deer, Alberta, 

Can. 
Gteorge Abbot Morison, 

Bucyrus Co., South Milwaukee, Wis. 

Hawthorne Ave., South Milwaukee, Wis. 
Horace Morison, 

160 State St., Boston, Mass. 

3 Louisburg Square, Boston, Mass. 
Charles Henry Morrill, 

1226 Pierce Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

6142 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo. 
Charles Herbert Morrill, 

State Normal School, Hyannis, Mass. 

Hyannis, Mass. 
Francis Xavier Morrill, 

State Normal School, Fitchburg, Mass. 

83 Snow St., Fitchburg, Mass. 
James Francis Morrison, 

303 Albany Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William Morrow, 

443 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

315 East 17th St., New York, N. Y. 
Horace Henry Morse, 

Mt. Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, Mass. 

27 Hudson St., Somerville, Mass. 
524 



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Addresses 

Wilbur Morse, 

415 Woolworth Building, Lancaster, Pa. 

38 North Lime St., Lancaster, Pa. 
James Harris Morss, 

28 Salem St., Andover, Mass. 
Walter Guy Mortland, 

602 Pitzsimmons Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Legley & Elmer Sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
John Frederick Mosby, 

Pacific Coast Coal Mines, Ltd., Victoria, B. C. 
Herbert Wallis Moses, 

39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
77 Evans Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Samuel Lyman Munson Jr., 

Care of S. L. Munson Co., Hudson Ave., Albany, 

N. Y. 

92 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. 
Arthur Beckwith Myrick, 

University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

86 Williams St., Burlington, Vt. 
William Joseph Nagle, 

Unknown. 
George Nichols, 

11 Thomas St., New York, N. Y. 

42 West 11th St., New York, N. Y. 
Charles Edward Nixdorff, 

31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

320 West 83d St., New York, N. Y. 
Clifford Norton, 

561 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

612 South Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park, 111. 
Carl Shepard Oakman, 

22 Locust St., Detroit, Mich. 

University Club, 515 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
John Gillett Oglesby, 

**Oglehurst," Elkhart, lU. 
Albert Irving Oliver, 

Kent's Hill, Me. 

525 



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Bernard Joseph O'Neill Jr., 

Sefton Block, San Diego, Cal. 

1005 West Lewis St., San Diego, Cal. 
Thomas Ordway, 

Albany Medical School, Union University, 

Albany, N. Y. 

75 Garfield Ave., West Roxbury, Mass. 
Charles Osborne, 

53-55 Lancaster St., Albany, N. Y. 

162 Western Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

North Weare, N. H. 
George Ralph Osborne, 

**Havenhurst," Cambridge, Mass. 
Eugene Wilbur Owen, 

70 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

20 South High St., Melrose, Mass. 
John Hickok Page, 

134 No. 1st Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. 

642 No. 4th Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. 
Frederic Palmer Jr., 

Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. 

11 Quincy St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Henry George Parchen, 

1 South Main St., Helena, Mont. 

205 South Rodney St., Helena, Mont. 
Gurdon Saltonstall Parker, 

303 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. 
Howard Parker, 

113 Plymouth St., Jersey City, N. J. 

69 West 9th St., New York, N. Y. 
Ralph Preston Parsons, 

Gloucester High School, Gloucester, Mass. 

42 Summer St., Gloucester, Mass. 
Arthur Eugene Pecker, 

294 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

5 Copley St., Winchester, Mass. 

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John Judah Peckham, 

First National Bank Building, Chicago, HI. 

1037 Rush St., Chicago, 111. 
Thomas Wentworth Peirce, 

25 Arch St., Boston, Mass. 

Topsfield, Mass. 
George LeBoy Perry, 

30 Church St., New York, N. Y. 
Ray Potter Perry, 

17 Battery Place, New York, N. Y. 

130 Edgemont Road, Upper Montclair, N. J* 
Roswell Poulk Phelps, 

Room 256, State House, Boston, Mass. 

127 Oakdale Ave., East Dedham, Mass. 
Philip Bernard Philipp, 

220 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

39 West 67th St., New York, N. Y. 
William Phillips, 

Dept. of State, Washington, D. C. 

1535 L Street, Washington, D. C. 
Walter Gray Phippen, 

31 Chestnut St., Salem, Mass. 
Hugh Clay Pierce, 

Bound Brook, N. J. 

305 Stelle Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 
John William Piper, 

Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

1874 Monroe St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Richard Emerson Pope, 

609 Boston Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Mass». 

2 Appleton St., Waltham, Mass. 
Augustus Granger Porter, 

44 Palls St., Niagara, Falls, N. Y. 

127 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
William Francis Porter, 

Freeport, Me. 

17 Lincoln St., Brunswick, Me. 

627 



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Robert Gage Pratt, 

100 Beacon St., Worcester, Mass. 

61 West St., Worcester, Mass. 
George Watson Presby, 

General Storekeepers Department, Navy Yard, 

Charlestown, Mass. 

413 Lebanon St., Melrose, Mass. 
Richard Rees Price, 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

810 6th St. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Charles Newton Prouty Jr., 

48 Cherry St., Spencer, Mass. 
Ralph Pulitzer, 

65 Park Row, New York, N. Y. 

17 Bast 73d St., New York, N. Y. 
Wynn Mack Rainbolt, 

1622 Pamum St., Omaha, Neb. 

1510 South 32d Ave., Omaha, Neb. 
Francis Rawle Jr., 

416 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

20 South 21st St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
John Madison Raynolds, 

308 South High St., Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
Frank Nutting Reed, 

6 Shepard St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Montgomery Reed, 

60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

155 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Raymond Lionel Reed, 

Point Loma, San Diego, Cal. 

74 Pond St., Natick, Mass. 
Frederick William Reynolds, 

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

250 South, 12th East St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Arthur Noble Rice, 

70 Devonshire St, Boston, Mass. 

13 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 
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Addresses 

Albin Leal Bichards, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

1044 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
George Lawrence Bichards, 

Unknown. 
James Austin Bichards, 

Mount Vernon Church, Boston, Mass. 

383 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 
Herbert Steadman Bichardson, 

185 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

54 Hill Crest Boad, Beading, Mass. 
Paul Edward Biemann, 

160 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

1455 Undercliflf Ave., New York, N. Y. 
John Brice Gordon Binehart, 

43 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. 
Shirley Elmer Boberts, 

University of the Philippines, Manila, P. I. 

259 San Marcelino, Manila, P. I. 
Avery Bobinson, 

Fifth and Avery Sts., Louisville, Ky. 

B. F. D. No. 1, Louisville, Ky. 
Herbert Glover Bobinson, 

70 Washington St., Auburn, N. Y. 

30 Chedell Place, Auburn, N. Y. 
Albert Bockwell, 

Warren, Pa. 
Samuel Forbes Bockwell, 

Care of Davis and Furber Machine Co., North An- 

dover, Mass. 

North Andover, Mass. 
George Frederick Boot, 

Intervale Farm, Concord, Mass. 
Harry Lewis Bothenberg, 

169 Allston St., AUston, Mass. 
Lome Eldon Bowley, 

Ste. Flavie, Quebec, Canada. 

Marysville, N. B., Canada. 

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Class op 1900 — Fourth Report 

Christopher G^rge Ruess, 

419 19th St., Oakland, Cal. 

833 57th St., Oakland, Cal. 
Norman McLeod Ruland, 

West Cornwall, Conn. 
Ralph Rollins Rumery, 

50 Church St, New York, N. Y. 

Short Hills, N. Y. 
Clive Rmmells, 

209 South La SaUe St., Chicago, HI. 

1525 North State St., Chicago, Dl. 
William Walter Rush, 

Box 404, Ketchikan, Alaska. 
Nathaniel Johnson Rust Jr., 

St. Petersburg, Pla. 
Ernest Sachs, 

Wash. Univ. Med. School, Euclid and Kings High- 
way, St. Louis, Mo. 

5557 Berlin Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Paul Joseph Sachs, 

Shady Hill, Cambridge, Mass. 
Solomon Gustav Salomon, 

136 Water St., and 17 Burling Slip, New York, N. Y. 

296 Central Park West, New York, N. Y., and 

6 Oak St., Par Rockaway, L. I., N. Y. 
John Lee Saltonstall, 

60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

304 Hale St., Beverly, Mass. 
Edward Emery Sanborn, 

Rural Route 1, Govina, Gal. 
John Pitts Sanborn Jr., 

73-83 Dey St., New YoA, N. Y. 

27 West 44th St, New York, N. Y. 
Robert Alden Sanborn, 

58 Lancaster Terrace, Brookline, Mass. 
Priedrich E. Sanders, 

21 Berkeley St, Lawrence, Mass. 

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Addresses 

Ernest Jerome Sanderson, 

748 Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 
27 Forest St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Hugh Wheeler Sanford, 

612 Dale Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 

1640 West Cumberland Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Ernest Edward Sargeant, 

City Hall, Spokane, Wash. 

1511 South Latomah St., Spokane, Wash. 
Andrew Robeson Sargent, 

12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Perkins St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Irving Wilder Sargent, 

Central Building, Lawrence, Mass. 

175 East Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 
Howard Gustav Schleiter, 

925 Highland Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

5420 Stanton Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bruno Schwill, 

234 South La Salle St., Chicago, HI. 

4337 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 
Donald Scott, 

9 East 9th St., New York, N. Y. 
Murray Seasongood, 

801 Gwynne Building, 6th and Main Sts., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

3711 Washington Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Henry Latimer Seaver, 

491 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Merriam St., Lexington, Mass. 
William Nathanael Seaver, 

Municipal Reference Library, Municipal Buildings 

New York, N. Y. 

Central St., Scituate, Mass. 
Henry Meyer Shartenberg, 

531 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

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Thomas Mott Shaw, 

Garfield Road, Concord, Mass. 

15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Winfield Lowry Shaw, 

354 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

20 Cochato Road, Braintree, Mass. 
Louis Berry Shay, 

Masonic Block, Brockport, N. Y. 

32 College St., Brockport, N. Y. 
Augustus Hunt Shearer, 

Newberry Library, Chicago, 111. 

University Club, Evanston, 111. 
Kenneth Sherburne, 

172 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. 

363 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 
Tyrrell Bradbury Shertzer, 

500 West 143d St., New York, N. Y. 
Frank Herbert Simoifds, 

"The Tribune," New York, N. Y. 

72 Overlook Road, Upper Montclair, N. J. 
William Edward Skillings, 

Wm. Pilene's Sons Co., 416 Washington St., Boston, 



48 Wachuset Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Albert Ross Smith, 

98 Chestnut St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Edwin Hammett Smith, 

98 Chestnut St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Frank Channing Smith Jr., 

340 Main St., Worcester, Mass. 

889 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 
Frederic Estabrook Smith Jr., 

Weston, Mass. 
Frederic Miller Smith, 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

519 East State St., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Graham Smith, 

The Dun Building, Buffalo, N. Y. 
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Harold Wellington Smith, 

Care of Surgeon General, U. S. Navy, Washington, 

D. C. 
Homer Brandel Smith, 

Smith Hospital, Lancaster, N. H. 

Ill Main St., Lancaster, N. H. 
Homer Haskell Smith, 

11 Pleasant St., Gloucester, Mass. 

21 Commonwealth Ave., Gloucester, Mass. 
Charles Head Smoot, 

90 West St., New York, N. Y. 

15 Glenside Road, South Orange, N. J. 
Sydney Bruce Snow, 

King's Chapel, Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

2 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. 
Stacy Baxter Southworth, 

Boston Latin School, Warren Ave., Boston, Mass. 

18 Avalon Road, West Roxbury, Mass. 
Eliot Spalding, 

Endicott, New York. 
Leland Jason Spalding, 

New York, N. Y. 

51 High St., Webster, Mass. 
William Holmes Spaulding, 

14 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal. 

625 El Dorado Ave., Oakland, Cal. 
Horace Baxter Stanton, 

60 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Homer Worthington Starr, 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Louis Steam, 

1021 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

1615 Magnolia Drive, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Roland Williams Stebbins, 

Deer Ridge Farm, Williamstown, Mass. 
Frank Holt Stedman, 

289 Hanover St., Milwaukee, Wis. 
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Frederick Henry Steenstra, 

523 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass. 
Harry Edward Stephenson, 

Unknown. 
Francis Herbert Stevens, 

35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

15 Livermore Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Sidney Stevens, 

Lndlow Manufacturing Associates, Ludlow, Mass. 

1 North St., Ludlow, Mass. 
Henry Austin Stickney, 

30 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

691 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Marshall Stimson, 

801-2 Wright and Callender Building, Los Angeles, 

Cal. 

1060 Kensington Road, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Ernest William Stix, 

5112 Waterman Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

1000 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Alexander Eliot Stoddard, 

85 Purchase St., Boston, Mass. 

Elm St., Cohasset, Mass. 
Ralph Walter Stone, 

1330 F St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

2739 Macomb St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Arthur Sturgis, 

110 State St., Boston, Mass. 

10 Elm St., Brookline, Mass. 
Mark Sullivan, 

416 West 13th St., New York, N. Y. 

1 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y., and 

Fredericksburg, Va. 
Chester Odiorne Swain, 

26 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Sagamore Park, Bronxville, N. Y. 
William Braden Swinford, 

Stillwater, Okla. 

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Addresses 

Harvey Danforth Symonds, 

1211 Fisher Building, Chicago, IlL 

725 Bittersweet Place, Chicago, HI. 
Fritz Bradley Talbot, 

311 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

100 Cottage Farm Boad, Brookline, Mass. 
Harold Tappin, ' 

15 William St., New York, N. Y. 
Cecil Hamelin Taylor, 

92 Broadway, Detroit, Mich. 

626 Trumbull Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
Charles Herbert Taylor, 

Edward Devotion School, Brookline, Mass. 

66 Columbia St., Brookline, Mass. 
Charles Ralph Taylor, 

Qirls' High School, West Newton St., Boston, Mass. 

31 Pelton St., West Eoxbury, Mass. 
Job Taylor, 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Lima, Ohio. 
Myron Emmet Terbush, 

1013 8th St., Wilmington, Del. 
Cranston Swift Thayer, 

388 West Main St., Hopedale, Mass. 
Frank Adoniram Thompson, 

104 South 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

5108 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ouy Andrew Thompson, 

University of Maine, Orono, Me. 
Arthur John Thomson, 

85 Bay St., Toronto, Ont., Can. 

132 Balmoral Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Charles Henry Tilton, 

276 State St., Boston, Mass. 

1368 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Newell Whiting Tilton, 

66 Leonard St, New York, N. Y. 

123 East 57th St., New York, N. Y. 

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Francis Creswick Todd, 

Church of St. Andrew, South Orange, N. J. 

24 Berkeley Ave., Orange, N. J. 
Oeorge Alexander Towns, 

Atlanta University, Atlanta, Qa. 

2 University Place, Atlanta, Qa. 
Alfred Marston Tozzer, 

Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. 

Bryant St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Fred Horton Train, 

36 Water St., Orange, Mass. 

13 Adams St., Orange, Mass. 
John Newlin Trainer Jr., 

381 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

404 West 115th St., New York, N. Y. 
Ralph Hermon Tukey, 

515 Wilson St., Liberty, Mo. 
Irvin John Uhrich, 

29-31 55th St., New York, N. Y. 

2104 Caton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Charles Marshall Underwood Jr., 

Simmons College, Boston, Mass. 

40 Prentiss St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Henry Pepper Vaux, 

435 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bosemont, Pa. 
Oswald Veblen, 

Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. 

Princeton, N. J. 
Herbert Addington Wadleigh, 

4 Post OflBce Square, Boston, Mass. 

9 Hillside Ave., Winchester, Mass. 
Frederick Gordon Waide, 

Hope College, Holland, Mich. 

192 West 12th St., Holland, Mich. 
Walter Gustavus Waitt, 

National Carbon Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

12232 Clifton Boulevard, Lakewood, Ohio. 
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Henry Whitney Wallace, 

553 72d Ave., West Allis, Wis. 
QeoTge Weld Walter, 

36 High St, Brookline, Mass. 
Holcombe Ward, 

79-81 Worth St., New York, N. Y. 

282 Melrose Place, South Orange, N. J. 
Leicester Warren, 

Care of Strathmore Paper Co., Mittineague, Mass^ 

83 St. James Ave., Springfield, Mass. 
Jacob Warshaw, 

721 Missouri Ave., Columbia, Mo. 

11 Bedford St., Quincy, Mass. 
Arthur Leverett Washburn (formerly Arthur Wadiburn),. 

University Club, Providence, R. I. 
Prank DeWitt Washburn, 

81 Haverhill St., Boston, Mass. 

20 Spring Hill Terrace, Somerville, Mass. 
Asa Dupuy Watkins, 

420 North Church St., Spartanburg, S. C. 
James Otis Watson, 

Fairmont, West Va. 
Ralph Hopkins Watson, 

Carnegie Steel Co., Munhall, Pa. 

902 8th Ave., Munhall, Pa. 
Ira Qilbert Webster, 

Unknown. 
Hamilton Wilson Welch, 

147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Scituate Centre, Mass. 
Charles Frederic Wellington, 

530 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

90 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Stanwood Gray Wellington, 

93 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

79 Crafts Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

537 



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Class op 1900 — Fourth Repobt 

James Ogden Wells, 

300 Broad St., St Joseph, Mich. 

613 Lake Boulevard, St. Joseph, Mich. 
Edward Corydon Wheeler Jr., 

35 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

17 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 
Ernest Edward Wheeler, 

2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. 

Qlenheim, North Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Charles Stevens White, 

79 North St., New York, N. Y . 

222 Nyac Ave., Pelham, N. Y. 
James Piatt White, 

815 White Building, Buffalo, N. Y. 

401 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Robert Rudd Whiting, 

Ainslee's, 79 Seventh Ave., New York, N. Y. 

79 Seventh Ave., New York, N. Y. 
Parker Whitney, 

Whitney Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Rocklin, Placer Co., Cal. 
Travis Harvard Whitney, 

154 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

177 Woodruff Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ross Kittredge Whiton, 

Fletcher Road, Bedford, Mass. 
George Albin Whittemore, 

Westinghouse Lamp Co., Bloomfield, N. J. 

6 Morse Ave., East Orange, N. J. 
Edward James Whittier, 

701 Barristers Hall, Boston, Mass. 
Clarence Wiener, 

Wiener Agency, 64 Strand, London, England. 

Ewell Castle, Surrey, England. 
Henry Dwight Wiggin Jr., 

801-805 Tremont Building, 73 Tr^mont St., Boston, 

Mass. 

55 Hillside Ave., West Newton, Mass. 



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Russell Benjamin Wiggin, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Frederick Wilcock, 

154 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

292 Linden Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Frederick Mason Wilder, 

Newbury, cor. Exeter St., Boston, Mass. 

55 Lincoln St., Hyde Park, Mass. 
Qeorge Harris Wilder, 

55 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

2 Hillside Ave., Summit, N. J. 
Abram Julius Wile, 

West High School, Rochester, N. Y. 

52 Roslyn St., Rochester, N. Y. 
Norman Rand Willard, 

Care of Ambursen Co., 61 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. 

51st and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 
David Lawrence Williams, 

1521 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
John Taylor Williams, 

Atlanta Baptist College, Atlanta, Qa. 
Lewis Williams, 

114 East 71st St., New York, N. Y. 
Osborne Volney Willson, 

Security Bank Building, El Centro, Cal. 

706 Main St., El Centro, Cal. 
John Wilson, 

15 State St., Bangor, Me. 

17 Broadway, Bangor, Me. 
Arthur Trevitt Winslow, 

1863 Columbus Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Kenelm Winslow, 

Crescent St., Newton, Mass. 

21 Mt. Vernon Terrace, Newtonville, Mass. 
Karl Funston Wirt, 

Bloomsburg, Pa. 

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Class op 1900 — ^Poubth Rbport 

Stephen Campbell Wolcott, 

Dixondale, Va. 
Charles Boyal Woods, 

Bum Brae Farm, R. F. D., No. 2, Forest, Va. 
Stanley Woodworth, 

33 West Einzie St., Chicago, HI. 

2961 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Augustus Edward Wright, 

Turnpike Road, Fayville, Mass. 
Cary Thomas Wright, 

Occidental College, Los Angeles, Cal. 

1543 West Ave., 46, Los Angeles, Cal. 
George Jesse Wright, 

117 Roup St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Frank Wyman 2d, 

58 Waverly St., Brookline, Mass. 
Louis Eliot Wyman, 

913 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 

44 Clarke St., Manchester, N .H. 
Henry Aaron Yeomans, 

University 15, Cambridge, Mass. 

22 Alden Road, Watertown, Mass. 



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